Renaissance events in New York ...
Tuesday, January 26
Columbia University Seminar on Medieval Studies
MICHAEL SARGENT (CUNY Graduate Center)
"Organic Metaphors and Manuscript Relations: Stemma - Cladogram - Rhizome"
6 PM (NOT 5:30 PM)
523 Butler Library
Please note that if you do not have access to the library you must RSVP to
attend: Liam Moore (917) 847-0107 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, January 26
The Columbia University Rare Book & Manuscript Library
The 16th Annual Bibliography Week Lecture
MICHAEL SUAREZ, S.J. (Rare Book School)
"Learned Virtuosity, Virtuously Displayed: Cultural Elites and Deep
Purses in Restoration and 18th-Century Illustrated English Books"
Faculty Room of Low Library (116th St. at Broadway)
The talk is free and open to the public.
Wednesday, January 27 [at Fordham]
The Center for Medieval Studies at Fordham University
Spring 2010 Lecture Series
CHRISTIANA SOGNO (Fordham)
"How Did Symmachus Become the 'Last Great Pagan'?"
O'Hare Collections, 4th Floor, Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus
The lecture is free and open to the public. A Reception will follow the talk.
For more information, contact: Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University
(718) 817-4655 email@example.com
Wednesday, January 27
The Dept. of Religion & the Rare Book and Manuscript Library
PETER LANDAU (Munich)
"Identifying the Archpoeta: Canon Law and Latin Poetry in
Room 523 Butler Library
Thursday, Februar 4
The Heyman Center for the Humanities
ANTHONY GRAFTON (Princeton)
"Race in the Renaissance"
Heyman Center for the Humanities, Second Floor Common Room
Thursday, February 4 [at NYU]
NYU English Department Colloquium for Early Literature and Culture in
JOHN GUILLORY (NYU)
"Paris is Worth a Massacre: Marlowe and the Death of Ramus"
(pre-circulated paper; email the organizers for a copy)
Room 222, 19 University Place
Visitors from outside NYU should bring photo ID to sign into NYU buildings
Contact Liza Blake, elizabeth[dot]blake[at]nyu[dot]edu, Katie Vomero
Santos, kathryn[dot]vomero[at]nyu[dot]edu, or Sarah Ostendorf,
Thursday, February 11 [at NYU]
NYU Medieval and Renaissance Center & The Department of French
SYLVIE LeFEVRE (Columbia)
"Nouvelles genevoises de Jean de Saintre"
La Maison Francaise, 16 Washington Mews For more information please
contact MARC at: 212-998-8698 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, February 12
Columbia University Shakespeare Seminar
JOHN ARCHER (New York University)
Social hour, 5-6:00pm; Dinner, 6-7:00 pm; Meeting at 7:00pm