Fall 2003

We have fixed our schedule for the fall term and we anticipate continued lively investigations of issues which are invigorating our scholarly fields. As is our custom, the seminars are entirely devoted to discussion of previously circulated papers; please call in advance for the papers. We also draw your attention to some additional events of interest to put on your fall calendar.

Monday, October 27

4:15 p.m. Davison Art Center, Rm. 300

James Haar, Department of Music, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Popular and Classical Music in Fifteenth-Century Florence

Wednesday, November 12

4:15 p.m. Davison Art Center, Rm. 300

Michael Cole, Department of Art History, University of Pennsylvania

How the Body Changes by Means of Imitation: Visual Harmonics after Leonardo

Other important events of interest to Renaissance/early modern scholars!
New England Renaissance Conference. Meeting at UConn, Storrs. Saturday, 18 October 2003

Center for the Humanities Fall Term Lecture Series, Russell House, corner of High and Washington
Monday, 29 September 2003, 8:00 p.m.
Robert Appelbaum, “What Representations of Food Can Tell Us About the Renaissance”
Monday, 10 November 2003, 8:00 p.m.
Katherine Park, “Autopsy, Dissection and ‘Caesarian’ Birth in Renaissance Italy”
Monday, 17 November 2003, 8:00 p.m.
Anthony Gerbino, “Practical Mathematics and the Baroque Architect”

Symposium: Music in Sacred Space, Memorial Chapel, Wesleyan University
Saturday, 22 November 2003, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.