Sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies and co-sponsored by Religious Studies.
How can we get at the impact of cultural artifacts across space and time from their first moment of reception and at specific historical points? How do we understand the experiential narratives in which they were embedded? What artifacts had and continue to have aura? What is the process by which we engage with the phenomenology of our sources? These are the questions that we seek to answer in the second annual Stanford Primary Source Symposium in November 2015.
For more information, see the symposium website here.