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The Force Awakens Late Antiquity

by Young Kim. The Star Wars saga is something of a phenomenon in our department. A student walking in our halls could very well hear conversations among various members of the department about which of the original six films is … Continue reading

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A Year in Cyprus: The Complex Intersection of International Politics and Historical Research

by Young Kim. During the 2012-2013 academic year, my family and I had the privilege of living for ten months in Cyprus, where as a Fulbright research fellow, I conducted research and wrote a book on the life and work … Continue reading

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“New” Ancient Texts

by Young Kim. Sometimes I am a bit envious of my colleagues who study more recent history (and by “recent” I mean of the last few hundred years or so).  When they talk about visiting archives chock-full of documents to … Continue reading

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