Burckhardt at 200: interpreting the Italian Renaissance past, present and future

Burckhardt at 200: interpreting the Italian Renaissance past, present and future
Date
30 May 2018, 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Type
Other Events
Venue
Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB
Description

Speakers:

Peter Burke (Professor Emeritus of Cultural History, University of Cambridge)
Jonathan Jones (Art critic for The Guardian and former judge of the Turner Prize)
Martin Ruehl (Senior Lecturer in German History and Thought, University of Cambridge)

The Warburg Institute and the Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, University of York are hosting this evening on 'Burckhardt at 200: interpreting the Italian Renaissance past, present and future' which consists of three talks and a question and answer session followed by a reception.

Programme

18.00 - 19.00       Welcome and short talks by: 

Peter Burke (Professor Emeritus of Cultural History, University of Cambridge)

Jonathan Jones (Art critic for The Guardian and former judge of the Turner Prize)

Martin Ruehl (Senior Lecturer in German History and Thought, University of Cambridge)

19.00 - 19.50       Reception

20.00                   Buffet supper (for speakers and organisers only)

 

This event is taking place in conjunction with the following events:

- Conference 'Burckhardt at 200: the Civilization of the Renaissance Reconsidered' which is organised by the Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, University of York and the Warburg Institute and takes place at the British Academy on 31 May and 1 June 2018. For further details and to book a place for the conference click here.

- Roundtable discussion at the National Gallery - 25 May 2018. For further details and to booking a place please click here.

Contact

Warburg Events
warburg@sas.ac.uk
020 7862 8910