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NEW! Visiting Professor Series
Reuniting Science, the Humanities, and Undergraduate Education in a Research University: the science of the human past at harvard
Private room reserved for an intimate three course dinner & discussion with Professor Michael McCormick, Medieval History at Harvard University
Guests will have the unique opportunity to become students again by attending a special presentation by Prof. McCormick during the dinner. Guests will also have the opportunity to ask questions and get to know more about Prof. McCormick's work, while dining with him, during the course of the evening. Guests are requested to head to the small, private room in the back of the hall, reserved exclusively for this event.
Prof. Michael McCormick
Born on the banks of the Erie Canal, Michael McCormick received his Ph.D. from the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) in 1979. He has been at Harvard since 1991, where he is the Goelet Professor of Medieval History and chairs the Initiative for the Science of the Human Past.
Professor McCormick has pioneered scientific approaches to studying the fall of the Roman Empire and the origins of Europe. His books include the prize-winning Origins of the European Economy (2002) and Charlemagne’s Survey of the Holy Land (2011); he led the first multi-proxy scientific and historical reconstruction of climate under the Roman Empire (Journal of Interdisciplinary History 43 (2012)).
He has been awarded grants by the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, the Gerda Henkel Stiftung, the Max-Planck- Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte, etc. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation honored him with its Distinguished Achievement Award ($1.5m) in 2002. A dedicated teacher and mentor to Harvard undergraduates, our students, participants in HAA tours, and the general public prize the liveliness of his engaging presentations.
Friday, April 20
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Event capacity: 20
Dinner and talk by Prof. McCormick
First Course: Choose one
Deviled Eggs Bacon, Chives
Kale Ceasar Salad Grated Parmesan, house-made ceasar dressing, pain di mie croutons
Entree: Choose one
Rib-eye steak Grilled 12oz Angus Rib-Eye, roasted garlic-herb butter, grilled asparagus
Tavern Burger Sharp cheddar, caramelized onions, aioli, fries
Buddha Bowl (Vegetarian option available) Grilled marinated chicken (v: sub with mushrooms), quinoa, farro, kung pao brussels sprouts
A glass of preferred drink is included in the price. Choices include Pinot Noir, Sauv Blanc, and non-alcoholic options.
Stock in Trade (back room)
2036 Lombard Street
San Francisco, 94123
Members $45, Non-Members: $60
Registration deadline: Thursday, April 19
Upasna Sharma, HCSF, and the HAA