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Study Day at Northwestern: The Renaissance in Spain, May 16-17, 2013

SAVE THE DATE
THE RENAISSANCE IN SPAIN:
ART AND VISUAL CULTURE DURING THE LONG SIXTEENTH CENTURY
A Study Day at Northwestern University
This event will bring together art historians and historians to consider the
cultural climate of sixteenth-century Spain. Acknowledging that recent
scholarship has benefitted from a lively consideration of transnational and
transatlantic exchange between Iberia and the larger world, the goal of the study
day is to focus attention on Spain itself and explore its place in the study of the
Renaissance in Europe and beyond. A summary of the event and list of speakers
follows:
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Art Institute of Chicago
Keynote Address by James Amelang, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Friday, May 17, 2013
Forum Room, Northwestern University Library
Study Day Speakers:
Miguel Falomir, Museo Nacional del Prado
Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, University of Vermont
Guy Lazure, University of Windsor
Felipe Pereda, Johns Hopkins University
Erin Rowe, Johns Hopkins University
Catherine Wilkinson Zerner, Brown University
Moderators: Regina Grafe, Northwestern University, and Richard Kagan, Johns
Hopkins University
This event has been organized by Jesús Escobar and sponsored by the Myers
Foundations, the Department of Art History at Northwestern University, The Art
Institute of Chicago, and an Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Achievement
Award granted to Edward Muir. The event is free and open to the public, but
advanced registration is required. For more information, please see the
“Department Symposia” listing for this event on the Department of Art History
home page: http://www.arthistory.northwestern.edu.

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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