Emily Rose, MBA, PhD, Visiting scholar at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish studies is a scholar of Medieval and Early Modern Europe whose work has been hailed as ‘a model of thoroughgoing historical scholarship presented to a general audience and should be studied by scholars who wish to bring the humanities to the public square’. A graduate of Oxford with an Honours degree in Modern History, she has been a Research Associate at the Department of History, Harvard University for the past two years and, before that, taught at five universities. Her book, The Murder of William of Norwich: The Origins of the Blood Libel in Medieval Europe (Oxford University Press, 2015), was named one of the ‘Ten Best History Books of the Year’ by the Sunday Times of London and described by the Wall Street Journal as ‘a landmark of historical research’.Lecture will be in person and also viewable via Zoom:
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 872 6940 4535
Buffet reception 19:00 – RSVP for buffet: mailto:email@example.com
All are welcome!