Posts Tagged ‘Renaissance Society of America’

Scanlan Delivers Holy Recovery!

Suzanne Scanlan (Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) gave a paper entitled Holy Recovery! Reclaiming the Body of Santa Francesca Romana at the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America held in Boston. Her work was in-part funded by a grant from the RISD Professional Development Fund. Scanlan’s paper addressed the symbolic reshaping of the […]

Rihouet joins Renaissance Feasts and Festivals

At the Renaissance Society of America conference in Berlin (March 28), Pascale Rihouet (Lecturer, HAVC) gave a paper entitled “Processional Glamour in Post-Tridentine Umbria,” in the panel “Renaissance Feasts and Festivals.” Invited by the Club Unesco Perugia-Gubbio, Rihouet gave a lecture in Perugia (Italy) on “Processioni nella Perugia rinascimentale: il patrimonio dell’identità e del potere, […]

Landrus 2012 speaking engagements

Matthew Landrus (Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) will give the paper  ‘Mechanical arts and the medieval military treatise, from Vegetius to Valturio,’ at the International Congress on Medieval Studies to take place at the University of Michigan, Kalamazoo, 2012. He will speak on ‘The Codex Huygens and Leonardo da Vinci’s book on human movements,’ Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Treatise […]