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Ferrari Humanities Symposia

March 06, 2017 - March 08, 2017
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Christopher Celenza

Monday 6 March

3:30-5:00pm Undergraduate Colloquium: Making Change Happen: Machiavelli and the Current Political Climate (Open Forum, Hawkins Carlson Room)

Tuesday 7 March

10:00am-12:00 pm Renaissance Vistas: New Work in Early Modern Studies, Hawkins-Carlson Room

  • Jessica Goethals (Department of Modern Languages and Classics, University of Alabama) “Revision Histories: Luigi Guicciardini and Military
  • Henrike Christiane Lange (Departments of Italian Studies and Art and Art History, UC Berkeley) “Machiavelli’s Great-Great-Great-Grandfather: A New Study in Visual-Political Ethics”
  • Brian Maxson (Department of History, East Tennessee State University) “Why the Italian Renaissance Happened and Why that Matters”
  • Response: Christopher Celenza

3:15-3:45pm Book-signing, Friedlander Lobby, Rush Rhees Library

5:00-6:30pm Public lecture: “Machiavelli: Yesterday and Today”, Hawkins-Carlson Room

6:30-7:00pm Reception, Humanities Center Lounge

Wednesday 8 March

10:00-11:30am "Politics, Service, Resistance: What Would Machiavelli Do?" Brief Presentation by Christopher Celenza, followed by a Conversation open to the UR Community and Friends (Humanities Center Conference Room D)

Category: Ferrari Humanities Symposia