Conferences

2017 Oct 18

Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts of the Orlando Furioso. An International Conference

(All day)

Location: 

Gould Hall

jjAmong the most complex and engaging artefacts of early modern Italian culture, Ludovico Ariosto’s Orlando furioso was first published in 1516 and twice revised before its definitive edition in 1532. It emerged from a world that was rapidly expanding on a number of fronts while simultaneously subject to a disastrous breakdown of political, social, and religious certainties.... Read more about Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts of the Orlando Furioso. An International Conference

2016 Jun 09

Conference: Gold: The Universal Equivalent of Global Dreams, Desires, Arts and Values in Early Modern History

(All day)

Location: 

Gould Hall

 

This conference brings together scholars from different disciplines to analyze the economic and artistic values of gold and their place in the interconnected world of Early Modern European, African, Asia and American cultures.... Read more about Conference: Gold: The Universal Equivalent of Global Dreams, Desires, Arts and Values in Early Modern History

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