Connected Histories of Religion, Science and Other Objects – 18-19 JULY 2019, UNIVERSITY OF VERONA

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CONNECTED HISTORIES of Religion, Science & Other Objects.

18-19 JULY 2019, UNIVERSITY OF VERONA

Schedule:

18th July, Santa Marta, Room STM01 14.00 Welcome and introduction

Arnaldo Soldani – Dean of Department
Alessandra Celati, Federico Barbierato (University of Verona)
14.15 Keynote lecture: Nicholas Terpstra (University of Toronto)

15.00 COFFEE BREAK

 

15.15 Round-Table One, Part 1: Religion, Politics and Society in the Age of the Reformation.

Chair: Vincenzo Lavenia (University of Bologna)
Lucia Felici (University of Florence)
Giorgio Caravale (University of Roma Tre)
Michaela Valente (University of Molise)

16.45 COFFEE BREAK

17.00 Round-Table One, Part 2

Diego Pirillo (University of Berkeley)
Nicholas Terpstra (University of Toronto)

19th July, Santa Marta, Room STM01

9.30 Round-Table Two: Scientific Connections in the Early Modern World

Chair: Alessandro Arcangeli (University of Verona)
Federica Favino (Stanford University/La Sapienza University)
Elisa Andretta (CNRS-LARHRA Lyon)
Luca Ciancio (University of Verona)

11. 30 COFFEE BREAK

11.45 Documentary: Thought Crimes. Girolamo Donzellini and his Heretical Network in 16C Italy, by Alessandra Celati and Emma Hinchliffe

13.00 LUNCH

14.00 Round-Table Three, Part 1: Intersections: Projects and Perspectives in Digital Humanities

Chair: Alessandra Celati
Anna Foka and Helena Wangefelt
Ström (Uppsala University/Umeå University)
Giovanna Ceserani (Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University)
Luca Scholz (CESTA, Stanford University)

15.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.00 Round-Table Three, Part 2

Enrico Pasini (University of Turin, Sodalitas Leibnitiana)
Paola Molino/Andrea Caracausi/Dennj Solera (BO2022, University of Padua)

 

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