¿Julius Szekf¿ and the Books of Ezekiel; Patriarch Joseph used as an Anti-Semitic Topos¿

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 5:00pm

Speaker(s): 
Károly Halmos (ELTE, Budapest)

Please join us, the MicroWorlds Lab and the Department of History for an informal seminar with visiting Erasmus scholar Prof. Károly Halmos (ELTE, Budapest) on the Anti-Semitic use of Joseph the Patriarch, as well as radicalism and race. Parking is available on east campus at 5pm.Károly Halmos is a an Associate Professor of Social and Economic History at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. In addition to being an economist by training, and his interests in social and business history, he is also interested in the history of ideas and microhistories. His current project looks at the global phenomenon, capitalism, in Hungary through business and private inventories, invoices, bills of exchange with all of the endorsements and testimonies of criminal suits that survived in the bankruptcy cases of 1869 in the Archive of Budapest.

Classroom Building, Room 101

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