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Stvdio Seminar Series Speakers 2012-13

Autumn 2012

Tuesday, 23 October. Pascal Brioist (Tours) on 'Leonardo: Man of War'.

Wednesday, 31 October. Pietro Podolak (Warwick) on 'An Unpublished Prologue of Marsilio Ficino to the Philebus Commentary'.

Tuesday, 13 November: Warren Boutcher (Queen Mary) on 'Context or Nexus? Meaning or Agency? Some Reflections on Montaigne and Literary and Art History'.

Wednesday, 21 November: Eugenio Refini (Warwick) on 'Vernacular Translators and their Readers in Late Medieval Italy'. Joint with the Medieval Seminar Series.

Tuesday, 4 December, 5:15: Angela Nuovo (University of Udine) on 'The library of Gian Vincenzo Pinelli (1535-1601): Book collecting and the Republic of Letters in Late Renaissance Italy'.


Spring 2013
Tuesday, 15 January. Michael Harrigan (Warwick) on 'France, the Mediterranean and Recounting Early Modern Slavery.' Room H4.03 (Humanities Building).
Thursday, 31 January. Eva Del Soldato (Warwick) on 'Antonio Brucioli and the Translation of Aristotle in 16C Italy'. Joint with the Italian Research Seminar series.

Wednesday, 6 February. Medieval to Renaissance lunch, with Gabriella Addivinola and Victoria Turner.

Tuesday, 19 February. Silvana Seidel Menchi (emerita, University of Pisa) on ‘Print and power: A portrait of Pope Julius II’. Joint with Early Modern Seminar.

Wednesday, 27 February. Alessandro Scafi (Warburg Institute), title tbc. Joint with Italian and Medieval Seminar Series.

Tuesday, 5 March. Nicole Reinhardt (Durham) on ‘Seneca as Royal Counselor in Early Modern Europe’. Joint with Early Modern Seminar.


Summer 2013

Monday, 13 May. Corinna Onelli (Visiting Research Fellow, Italian) on La prima traduzione della Metafisica di Aristotele (XVII sec.) Joint Stvdio/Italian Research Seminar series.