Rom (IT)

CfP: Summer School „Cultures of Science and Art in Rome“

In this Summer School we will discuss and research the connections between science and art in Rome from 1400–1900.
The KNIR and the BHMPI will be the sites of the lectures and library research, but our main venue will be Rome itself. During the course we will visit a variety of sites in (and outside of) Rome (Accademia dei Lincei, Biblioteca Alessandrina, Santa Maria Maggiore, Museo di Storia della Medicina, Vatican Museums) and analyze many different sources (manuscripts, printed books, prints, paintings, sculptures, photographs, architecture) in order to understand the city from the perspective of science and art.

The course is open to 6 RMA and PhD students who are a member of a Dutch National Research School (members of the Huizinga Institute have first access) and 6 international RMA and PhD students.

Einsendefrist: 15.02.2021
veröffentlicht am: 17.12.2020, Quelle: Bibliotheca Hertziana