Mon, Mar 2, 2020    
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm


Princeton University, 106 McCormick Hall
106 McCormick Hall, Princeton, New Jersey

Event Type

Lecture by Dr. Andrea de Giorgi, Florida State University.  A reception will follow the lecture.  Antioch is the most significant and continuously occupied major city of the eastern Mediterranean.  Antioch is a city that time and again had to recover from the action of earthquakes.  The residents’ unique resiliency, as made manifest by the relentless activity of rebuilding and their ability to constantly “reinvent” the city through the millennia, are the main questions that this talk addresses.