A one-day Colloquium to be held at the University of Warwick on 27th May 2016
A number of fundamental questions will be addressed including:
- The classical tradition and its contribution to the (re)consideration of these concepts in the Renaissance
Renaissance Stoicism and the reception of Alexander of Aphrodisias
Religious controversies in the sixteenth century and the disputes on free will, fate and fortune in theological texts. Determinism
- Fate and fortune in respect of controversies on astrology and magic in the Renaissance
- The image of fate and fortune in Renaissance art
Fees (including lunch and / or refreshments)
Thanks to the generous support of the SRS, 4 bursaries of £80 each covering travel expenses are available for PhD students wishing to attend the event. Applications for these bursaries should send a statement of interest as well as a one-page CV by 6pm (GMT) 1st April 2016 to the organiser, Ovanes Akopyan: O.Akopyan@warwick.ac.uk Please do not complete the online registration form link at top left if you are applying for a bursary.
We are extremely grateful for conference sponsorship from the HRC, SRS, RSSP and also the CSR.
Registration closes at 6pm (GMT) on Sunday 15th May 2016 (or when the maximum number of places have been registered)
Terms and Conditions (these are important, so do please read)
Downloadable Programme, Abstracts and Speaker Biographies
Albrecht Dürer ~ Fortuna