The University will close at 5 p.m. today (Tuesday, March 3). All evening classes
scheduled to start at, or after, 5 p.m. are canceled. Food service will be open until
8 p.m. in Connecticut Hall, and until midnight in the Adanti Student Center.
For further information, please scroll below the pictures.
Professor Pettigrew Studying the Stecci in the village of
Klotjevac in eastern Bosnia.
(From the UNESCO Website):
Stecci are medieval monolithic tombstones found on the entire territory of the present
Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in parts of Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia. Available
data suggest that they first appeared in the second half of the 12th century, with
the first phase lasting throughout the 13th century. A period of the most intensive
production and decoration were the 14th and 15th centuries . . . stecci were usually
organized in groups thus forming family graveyards with only a few monuments, kin
graveyards ranging from 30-50 monuments and/or village graveyards, sometimes with
several hundred monuments.
(July 9, 2014)
Professor Pettigrew was an invited guest at the official opening of the
new genocide research library at the Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial Center. In the
photo Professor Pettigrew (l) is seen with His Excellency Mohammed bin Eid Al-Thaqafi,
Saudi Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (c), whose government provided
financial support for the library, and with Muhamed Durakovic (r), a
Srebrenica survivor who founded and directs the Summer University
Dr. Elder, Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Dr. Volkman
Ethicomp Conference - Paris 2014
Prof. Chelsea Harry
(Visiting Fellow at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Aristotle Studies at the Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki, Greece - May 2014)
Poster announcing Prof. Chelsea Harry's Talk in Greece
Prof. Harry in Greece
Prof. Harry's new friends -- having coffee together in Greece