For further details please see http://www.knir.it/it/
For details of the volume, see http://www.mhra.org.uk/
Wednesday, February 15that the IMLR, Senate House
Chivalry, Academy and Cultural Dialogues: the Italian contribution to European modernity (click for details of the event)
Prof Everson has been an influential scholar of early modern Italy and was the recipient of the HARC-funded Italian Academies project. To pay tribute to her research activity, scholars from all over the world have united their forces in a joint investigation and reappraisal of the Italian contribution to European culture.
The resulting volume, far from being just a collection of scattered essays, is a rich exploration, organized by case-studies, of the multifarious and often neglected legacy that early modern Italian culture has brought into the wider framework of Europe and Modernity. Focusing on chivalry, academy and cultural dialogues, the volume points out the main institutional, social, political and artistic heritage of Italy and its culture in European modernity.
Laboratorio di Storia Moderna, Universita’ dell‘Aquila. Organized by Silvia Mantini
(Click on the link above to access the video on youtube)
Tuesday, December 13th 2016
5.30 – 7.30 pm
Thursday 17 November 5-7pm
Presentazione del volume di Simone Testa,
Italian Academies and their Networks. From Local to Global
e del Database Italian Academies
Ente Organizzatore: Università degli Studi di Firenze
Dipartimento di Storia Archeologia Geografia Arte e Spettacolo
Intervengono: Paolo Procaccioli, Universita’ della Tuscia e Federico Barbierato, Università degli Studi di Verona
Modera: Lucia Felici Università di Firenze
2 November 2016, Institute of Modern Language Research – London
Simone Testa, Italian Academies and Their Networks, 1525-1700. From Local to Global (Palgrave 2015)
and presentation of the Database Italian Academies
Discussants: Ambra Moroncini (University of Sussex), Filippo de Vivo (Birkbeck College), Lisa Sampson (University College London)
Chair, Katia Pizzi, Institute of Modern Language Research
Simone Testa, “Italian Academies as Social Networks” at Heloise: European Network on Digital Academic History – VIe Heloise Workshop – Perugia – October 2016 (http://heloise.hypotheses.org/209)
28 September 2016 (Institut d’Historia de la Medicina i de la Ciencia López Piñero), Universitat de Valencia, Italian Academies as Social Networks and the History of Science
The public launch of the book The Italian Academies 1525-1700
Networks of Culture, Innovation and Dissent (Oxford: Legenda, May 2016) will take place at the Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading, on Friday 1 July, at the Henley Business School G03 on the main campus, at 2pm. http://www.reading.ac.uk/about/visit-us.aspx.
Listen to Dr Lisa Sampson speaking at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo’ (New York University) about actress and writer Isabella Andreini (1562-1604), and her relationship with the world of academies.
New ‘About’ Page with an Introduction to Academies and their world, and a general Bibliography of critical literature are both now available on the Italian Academies Database Page.
Before summer 2013: Literature Theatre and the Arts: One-day conference took place at the University of Reading (Monday 24 June 2013) Click HERE to see the programme. Abstracts available, look at the link.
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Italian Academies 1525-1700
the first intellectual networks of early modern Europe
This four-year research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK (2010-14), builds upon and enhances research undertaken as an AHRC funded Resource Enhancement Project (2006-2009).
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One of the major outcomes of the project is a comprehensive database of information on Academies from across the Italian peninsula, detailing their membership and publications. This is publicly accessible through the British Library on-line catalogue at http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/ItalianAcademies/
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September 2012, International conference: click to access Programme and podcast
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