Fellows' Seminar

2013 Dec 12

Fellows' Seminar II: The Holy, the Dirty, and the Lucky

2:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Gould Hall

At these informal events, each of the Villa I Tatti Fellows present their work-in-progress. Usually, a half hour talk will be followed by a half hour discussion, and then a talk by the next Fellow. These are held in the Gould Hall and open to the all scholars, but please write in advance if you plan to attend.

2014 Jan 23

Fellows' Seminar III: Forza Roma: Perceptions of Rome

2:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Gould Hall

At these informal events, each of the Villa I Tatti Fellows present their work-in-progress. Usually, a half hour talk will be followed by a half hour discussion, and then a talk by the next Fellow. These are held in the Gould Hall and open to the all scholars, but please write in advance if you plan to attend.

2014 Jan 30

Fellows' Seminar IV: Renaissance Otherness

2:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Gould Hall

At these informal events, each of the Villa I Tatti Fellows present
their work-in-progress. Usually, a half hour talk will be followed by a
half hour discussion, and then a talk by the next Fellow. These are held
in the Gould Hall and open to all scholars, but please write in advance if you plan to attend.

30 January, 14.30      Fellows' Seminar IV: Renaissance Otherness
-Daniel Stein-Kokin: Left and Right: Directionality and Christian-Jewish Difference (12th-17th Centuries)
-Cecilia Muratori: Cannibals and Vegetarians: A Read more about Fellows' Seminar IV: Renaissance Otherness

2014 Feb 06

Fellows' Seminar V: Interdisciplinary Translations: Philosophy, Philology and Music

2:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Gould Hall

At these informal events, each of the Villa I Tatti Fellows present
their work-in-progress. Usually, a half hour talk will be followed by a
half hour discussion, and then a talk by the next Fellow. These are held
in the Gould Hall and open to the all scholars, but please write in advance if you plan to attend.

6 February, 14.30      Fellows' Seminar V: Interdisciplinary Translations: Philosophy, Philology and Music
-Eugenio Refini: Reshaping Aristotle: Vernacular Translators and their Readers in Early Renaissance Italy
-Davide Baldi Read more about Fellows' Seminar V: Interdisciplinary Translations: Philosophy, Philology and Music