14-17th May 2018, based at the Warburg Institute, London.
The programme 'Resources and Techniques for the Study of Renaissance and Early Modern Culture' provides specialist research training to doctoral students working on Renaissance and Early Modern subjects in a range of disciplines at universities across the UK and the rest of the world. The programme draws on the combined skills of the staff of the Warburg Institute and the University of Warwick, in electronic resources, archival sources, manuscripts, books, and images These are two of the major centres in Britain for the study of the Renaissance and the Early Modern period.
The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is cross-disciplinary and global. It has an outstanding library and photographic collection. For a local map showing the Warburg Institute, please click here.
The interdisciplinary Centre for the Study of the Renaissance at the University of Warwick is a large and broadly-based research and teaching community with a high international reputation. The Centre's members are drawn from the departments of Classics; English & Comparative Literature; History; History of Art; and the Schools of Modern Languages & Cultures (especially French and Italian); Theatre, Performance & Cultural Policy Studies; and Cross-Faculty Studies.
Standard Fee: £125.00 (excluding travel/accommodation/meals)
Subsidised Fee (for University of Warwick/Warburg Institute registered PhD students): £60.00 (excluding travel/accommodation/meals)