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Programme, Warwick-Warburg Training Programme, 2019 edition

All classes at Warwick will take place in the Ramphal Building, classroom number R0.04 (Campus map / Google map image)
Tuesday, 21 May (University of Warwick)
9:30-10:45 Welcome and Keynote I (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context): intellectual history (Prof. David Lines, Warwick) + discussion
10:45-12:15 Skills Session I: Using archives (Dr Jonathan Davies, Warwick)
12:15-13:00 lunch in foyer area outside of classroom (provided)
13:00-14:30 Skills Session II: Digital humanities: issues and opportunities (Dr Bryan Brazeau, Warwick)
14:30-15:00 break
15:00-17:00 Skills Session III: Your thesis in 3 minutes (Dr Paul Taylor, Warburg / Dr Marco Nievergelt, Warwick) 
Wednesday, 22 May (University of Warwick)
9:30-10:45 Keynote II (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context): book history (Prof. Ingrid De Smet, Warwick) + discussion
10:45-12:15 Skills Session IV: Careers: academic or non-academic? (Dr James Green, Warwick / Dr Stephen Soanes, Warwick)
12:15-15:30 trip to Coventry, lunch break, and Skills Session V: Impact and public engagement: visit to Coventry Cathedral exhibition of Jacob Boehme (Dr Cecilia Muratori, Warwick)
15:30-17:00 Skills Session VI: Getting funded (Prof. David Lines, Warwick / Dr Marco Nievergelt, Warwick)
Thursday, 23 May (University of Warwick)
9:30-10:45 Keynote III (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context): art history (Prof. Lorenzo Pericolo, Warwick) + discussion
10:45-12:15 Skills Session VII: Using manuscripts and early printed books (Dr Raphaële Mouren, Warburg)
12:15-13:00 lunch break
13:00-14:30 Skills Session VIII: Using electronic resources/databases in Renaissance Studies (Dr Raphaële Mouren, Warburg)
14:30-16:00 Skills Session IX: Working with images (Dr Paul Taylor, Warburg)
16:00-16:30 break
16:30-18:00 Skills Session X: Getting published (Dr Sara Miglietti, Warburg / Dr Louise Bourdua, Warwick)
Friday, 24 May (Warburg Institute, London WC1H 0AB)
9:30-11:30 Skills Session XI: Learning to 'read' visual sources: visit to the National Gallery (Dr Joanne Anderson, Warburg)
12:00-13:00 lunch break

9:30-11:30 Skills Session XI: Learning to 'read' visual sources: visit to the National Gallery (Paul Taylor & Joanne Anderson)
12:00-13:00 lunch break
13:00: Meet Librarian Raphaële Mouren in the foyer, Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB
13:00-14:15: Presentation and tour of the Warburg Institute Library (Nessa Malone, Assistant Librarian)
14:15-14:30: Tea break – Warburg Common Room
14:30-15:45: Presentation and tour of the Warburg Photographic Collection (Rembrandt Duits, Deputy Curator)
15:45-17:00: Keynote IV: Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context: the transmission of culture in the Middle Ages (Professor Charles Burnett) – Classroom 1
17:00: Wine reception - Common Room