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Programme, Warwick-Warburg Training Programme, 2020

Resources and Techniques for the Study of Renaissance and Early Modern Culture

Programme takes place at the Warburg Institute and Warwick University, 12-15 May 2020

 

Tuesday 12 May: (Warburg Institute, lecture room)

10.00: Welcome (Raphaële Mouren and Michael Bycroft)

10.15-11.30: Keynote (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context), Michelle O'Malley: Art History

11.30-13.00: Using archives (Jonathan Davies)

13.00: Lunch in Common room

14.00-15.15: Visit of the Warburg Library

15.15: Break

15.30-18.00: My PhD in 3 minutes (Raphaële Mouren, Michelle O'Malley, Michael Bycroft)

 

Wednesday 13 May: (Warburg Institute, lecture room and National Gallery)

10.00-11.15: Keynote (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context), Charles Burnett: The transmission of Culture in the Middle Ages

11.15-12.45: Working with images (Paul Taylor)

13.30-15.00: Working with Manuscripts and Early Modern Books (Raphaële Mouren)

15.15-18.00: Learning to ‘read’ Visual resources’: visit to the National Gallery (Paul Taylor)

 

Thursday 14 May: (Warburg Institute, lecture room)

10.00-11.15: Keynote (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context), Caroline Petit: History of Medicine

11.15-12.45: Digital Humanities (Jane Winters)

13.45: Visit to the photographic collection (Rembrandt Duits)

14.45-15.00: Break

15.00-16.00: Digital Renaissance (Raphaële Mouren)

16.00-17.30: Getting Published (Sara Miglietti)

 

Friday 15 May: (Warwick University and Kenilworth Castle)

9:00: Travel to Kenilworth Castle

10-12: Tour of Kenilworth Castle (Elizabeth Goldring)

14.00-15.00: Skills session in Room R3.41, 3rd floor Ramphal Building, central Warwick campus: Getting funded (David Lines)

15.00-16.00: Careers: Academic or non-academic? (Stephen Soanes and Gabriel Heaton)

16.00-17.15: Closing keynote (Renaissance Studies in an interdisciplinary and international context), David Lines: Intellectual History

17.15-18.00: Conclusion and farewell drinks, in Ramphal reception area