Monday, February 8, at 1 PM in Wieboldt 106, Bretton Rodriguez, Associate Faculty, Indiana University South Bend, presents “Fernando del Pulgar and History at the Court of the Catholic Monarchs.”

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, we want to invite you to an upcoming event.

On Monday, February 8, at 1 PM in Wieboldt 106, Bretton Rodriguez, Associate Faculty, Department of World Language Studies, Indiana University South Bend, will present his paper, “Fernando del Pulgar and History at the Court of the Catholic Monarchs.” The abstract of the paper is available here with the password sent to the people on the workshop emailing list.

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We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Anatole Upart

Graduate Student Coordinator

Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop

The University of Chicago

 

 

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MONDAY: January 11, at 1 PM in Wieboldt 106, Hilary Barker, Ph.D. Student at the Department of Art History, University of Chicago, presents “Image as Paratext: A Study of Visual Dissonance in the Image Practice of the Giolito Press in Venice, 1542-1573.”

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, we want to invite you to an upcoming event.

On Monday, January 11, at 1 PM in Wieboldt 106, Hilary Barker, Ph.D. Student at the Department of Art History, University of Chicago, will present her paper, “Image as Paratext: A Study of Visual Dissonance in the Image Practice of the Giolito Press in Venice, 1542-1573.”

We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Sarah Atkinson and Anatole Upart

Graduate Student Coordinators

Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop

The University of Chicago

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Winter Quarter 2016

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Winter Quarter 2016

January 11 | Hilary Barker
Ph.D. Student, Department of Art History, University of Chicago
“Image as Paratext: A Study of Visual Dissonance in the Image Practice of the Giolito Press in Venice, 1542-1573.”

February 8 | Bretton Rodriguez
Associate Faculty, Department of World Language Studies, Indiana University South Bend
Title TBA

February 22 | William Tronzo
Visiting Professor, Visual Arts Department, University of California, San Diego
“Intermediality as poiesis:  on the permanence of the ephemeral in twelfth-century Palermo.”

March 2 | Niall Atkinson
Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Art History and the College, Department of Art History, University of Chicago. Title TBD. This event is co-sponsored by the Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop and is organized by RAVE (Research in Art & Visual Evidence Workshop of the Department of Art History of the University of Chicago). Location: Wednesday, Cochrane Woods Art Center, room 152.

March 7 | Heather E. Grossman
Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Title TBA

All events happen on Mondays at 1 PM in Wieboldt 106, unless otherwise noted.

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Monday, December 7 | 10:30AM in Harper 141 | José Estrada, University of Chicago, “‘El monstro con su figura’: la autofiguración transatlántica en el teatro de Ruiz de Alarcón.”

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, we want to invite you to an upcoming event.

On Monday, December 7, at 10:30AM in Harper 141, José Estrada, PhD Student, Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, will present his dissertation proposal “‘El monstro con su figura’: la autofiguración transatlántica en el teatro de Ruiz de Alarcón.” The proposal is available at this blog. The respondent will be Catalina Ospina, PhD Student, Department of Art History, University of Chicago.

We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Sarah Atkinson and Anatole Upart

Graduate Student Coordinators

Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop

The University of Chicago

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Monday: November 16 | Luke A. Fidler Ph.D. Student, Art History, University of Chicago, presents “B.I.B.L.E. (Byzantine Instructions Before Leaving Earth).”

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, we want to invite you to an upcoming event.

On Monday, November 16, at 10:30AM in Harper 141, Luke A. Fidler
Ph.D. Student, Art History, University of Chicago presents his “B.I.B.L.E. (Byzantine Instructions Before Leaving Earth).”

Presentation’s abstract: Fidler – Western Med abstract

The event is cosponsored by the RAVE (Research in Art & Visual Evidence Workshop) of the University of Chicago’s Department of Art History.

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We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Sarah Atkinson and Anatole Upart

Graduate Student Coordinators

Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop

The University of Chicago

 

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Monday: November 2 | 10:30AM in Harper 141 |Thomas James Dandelet, University of California Berkeley, “Fabrizio Colonna, Machiavelli, and the Rise of Imperial Political Culture in the Renaissance Mediterranean.”

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, we want to invite you to an upcoming event.

On Monday, November 2, at 10:30AM in Harper 141, Thomas James Dandelet, Associate Professor in the Department of History, University of California at Berkeley, will present his paper, “Fabrizio Colonna, Machiavelli, and the Rise of Imperial Political Culture in the Renaissance Mediterranean.” The paper is available via this blog. The respondent is Miguel Martínez, Assistant Professor of Spanish Literature and the College, University of Chicago. The event is cosponsored by the Renaissance Workshop of the University of Chicago.

We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Sarah Atkinson and Anatole Upart

Graduate Student Coordinators

Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop

The University of Chicago

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Walter Melion, Evidentiae Resurrectionis: On the Mystery Discerned but Not Seen in Pieter Bruegel’s Resurrection of ca. 1562-1563.

Evidentiae Resurrectionis: On the Mystery Discerned but Not Seen in Pieter Bruegel’s Resurrection of ca. 1562-1563
Walter Melion, Emory University

Friday, October 9, 1:30 to 4:30 pm
at the Art Institute of Chicago, Michigan and Adams
https://www.newberry.org/10092015-walter-melion-emory-university

This program is free and open to the public. To request a copy of the paper, please email Mary N. Kennedy at kennedym@newberry.org.

Please arrive in the lobby inside the Michigan Avenue entrance by 1:30pm to be escorted to the Print Study Room.


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