On Friday, Feb. 5, Johns Hopkins will host the Morris W. Offit Symposium, a one-day conference on Muslims, Jews, and Christians in the medieval Mediterranean and Middle East. The Offit Symposium will feature leading academics and curators discussing political, literary, artistic, scientific, and philosophical exchanges among medieval Abrahamic peoples, focusing especially on Iberia, Egypt, and the Levant.
Each talk will include an introduction to make this age come alive for members of the general public.
Breakfast and lunch will be offered free of charge. A reception will follow.
Encounters among faiths: The Morris W. Offit Symposium on Muslims, Jews, and Christians in the Medieval Mediterranean
Friday, Feb. 5
9 to 5:15 p.m.
Gilman Hall, Room 50
Johns Hopkins University (Homewood campus)
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218