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The Filologos and the Antiquarius

Fri, 3/29Sat, 3/30 · 211 Dickinson Hall

Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

Studying Language and Objects in Renaissance Europe. A 2- Day Interdisciplinary Workshop

Keynote Speaker: Elisabeth Décultot, University of Halle-Wittenberg
“Between Antiquarianism and Philology: The Emergence of Art History in the 18th Century”
4:45 pm in 211 Dickinson Hall

Participants:
Carolyn Higbie, University at Buffalo
Seth Kimmel, Columbia University and IAS
Valeria López Fadul, Wesleyan University
Jan Machielsen, Cardiff  University
Carolina Mangone, Princeton University
Peter Miller, Bard Graduate Center
Ann Moyer, University of Pennsylvania
András Németh,Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
William Stenhouse, Yeshiva University
Pier Mattia Tomassino, Columbia and IAS

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Co-Sponsored by the Center for Collaborative History, Art and Archaeology Department, Classics Department, Hellenic Studies and the Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity

Organized by: Lillian Datchev, Mateusz Falkowski, Anthony Grafton, and Nigel Smith

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