The Mongol Empire—Secrets to its Success
Sunday, November 11, 2:30pm, Auditorium
Lecture by Dr. Timothy May, North Georgia College and State University
Genghis Khan founded the 13th century Mongol Empire, ultimately controlling the largest contiguous landmass the world has ever known. Join Dr. Timothy May for insights into what made them successful empire-builders and how that has impacted the modern world.
Dr. May is the Professor of Central Eurasia and Middle Eastern History at North Georgia College and State University. He is the author of the The Mongol Art of War, Culture and Customs of Mongolia, and most recently The Mongol Conquests in World History. Dr. May provided expertise as a consultant to the Genghis Khan exhibition development team.
Presented as part of the NEW special exhibition, Genghis Khan.
Cost: Free with Museum admission or Fernbank membership. Seating is limited and reservations are required at 404.929.6400.
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