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Foro Di Studi Avanzati - Renaissance, Ancient and Medieval Patterns: Baroque, Romantic and Modern Traces

last modified Jun 02, 2019 02:36 PM
Conference in Rome, 1-3 June.

The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism was well represented at the Foro Di Studi Avanzati in Rome at Santa Lucia Filippini from 1-3 June. In attendance were Centre Director, Prof. Douglas Hedley, Centre Members Prof. Stephen Gersh and Prof. Jean-Marc Narbonne, and Centre Members Dr. James Bryson, Dr. Isidoros Katsos, Dr. Adrian Mihai, and Daniel Tolan. The conference, entitled 'Renaissance, Ancient and Medieval Patterns: Baroque, Romantic and Modern Traces', considered the reoccurrence of ancient themes in subsequent thought. Click here for the programme.

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