//
archives

News

This category contains 7 posts

Save the Date: Humanities now! – 4th December

The project Aristotle in the Vernacular focuses on the popularization of knowledge. On December 4th illustrious scholars will discuss how and why popularization matters in the contemporary world with a special focus on the humanities. Confirmed speakers: Myles Jackson (Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton) Michael Scott (University of Warwick) Peter Galison (Harvard University) Jeffrey Schnapp (Metlab, MIT) … Continue reading

More than 100 publications for the project Aristotle in the vernacular!

The project Aristotle in the Italian Vernacular: Rethinking Renaissance and Early-Modern Intellectual History (c. 1400–c. 1650) has just passed the number of 100 publications and many more are ready to come in the following months. At this final stage of the project has lead at the following groundbreaking discoveries: (1) vulgarizations of Aristotle’s works were aimed at … Continue reading

Two-year post-doc fellowship on Aristotle and Women in Renaissance Italy

The Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage at Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia invites applications for a fellowship in: Aristotle and Women in Renaissance in Renaissance Italy (M-FIL/06). To serve as a research fellow on the ERC-funded Starting Investigator Grant ‘Aristotle in the Italian Vernacular: Rethinking Renaissance and Early-Modern Intellectual History (c. 1400-c. 1650)’ led by … Continue reading

Aristotle – Man of the Year

«ARISTOTELE FATTO VOLGARE» Tradizione aristotelica e cultura volgare nel Rinascimento is out!

edited by David A. Lines ed Eugenio Refini Summary: Quando nei primi anni Quaranta del Cinquecento Sperone Speroni rivendica l’urgenza di rendere accessibili nelle lingue volgari le opere della tradizione filosofica antica, l’idea stessa di un «Aristotele fatto volgare» continua a generare reazioni controverse, animate da posizioni contrastanti sui rapporti tra lingua e cultura, forma … Continue reading

Videos – Il volgare: Idee, testi e contesti

If you click on the name or on the title of the paper of each speakers you can watch the videos of the conference! 21 Settembre 2015 Sessione mattutina 9:00-13:00 Marco Sgarbi / David Lines – Introduzione ai lavori Mirko Tavoni – Dante inventore della lingua italiana Bernhard Huß – Aristotelismo e petrarchismo: Una relazione complessa nell’ambito dell’Accademia … Continue reading

Il volgare: Idee, testi e contesti

First international conference of the ERC project Aristotle in the Italian Vernacular: Rethinking Renaissance and Early-Modern Intellectual History (c. 1400–c. 1650. Participants: Marco Sgarbi; Mirko Tavoni; Bernhard Huß; Nicolas Stone Villani; Gigliola Fragnito; Tiziano Zanato; Alessio Cotugno; Teodoro Katinis; Amedeo Quondam; Laura Refe; Stefano Gulizia; Valentina Lepri; Cecilia Muratori; David Lines; Simon Gilson; Anna Laura … Continue reading

Upcoming Events

No upcoming events

Advertisements