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Caroline Bruzelius Elected to the American Philosophical Society

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Caroline A. Bruzelius, Anne Murnick Cogan Professor Emerita of Art and Art History, has been elected a Member of the prestigious American Philosophical Society. Thirty-four Members were elected this year, including others in the humanities such as Elizabeth Alexander, President, The Andrew W.... read more about Caroline Bruzelius Elected to the American Philosophical Society »


Summer Student Research Project: (Digital) Mapping Political Uncertainty in Revolutionary London

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

This summer, Duke’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Rhodes Information Initiative are sponsoring a remote undergraduate summer project, “Mapping Political Uncertainty in Revolutionary London in the 17th Century.” This educational project will teach a group of up... read more about Summer Student Research Project: (Digital) Mapping Political Uncertainty in Revolutionary London »


Further On ... from Pedagogy and the Premodern: A Symposium

Friday, April 3, 2020

Further On . . . from Pedagogy and the Premodern: A Symposium Duke University, March 6–7, 2020 by Grace Hamman What happened On Friday, March 6th, and Saturday, March 7th, Duke’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies presented the symposium “Pedagogy and the Premodern... read more about Further On ... from Pedagogy and the Premodern: A Symposium »


Fall 2019 Focus Program: Science, Mathematics, and Harmony in the Renaissance

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The fall 2019 MedRen Focus Program “Science, Mathematics and Harmony in the Renaissance” explored the many dimensions of science, mathematics, and medicine at the historical moment when ancient fields of knowledge were transforming the sciences and the healing arts at the beginning of the modern... read more about Fall 2019 Focus Program: Science, Mathematics, and Harmony in the Renaissance »


Further On ... from Undergraduate trip to see Camelot

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Further On . . . from Undergraduate trip to see Camelot Burning Coal Theatre, December 5, 2019 by Grace Hamman What happened Each semester, the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies organizes a fun outing to a local event to give students firsthand experiences with cultural... read more about Further On ... from Undergraduate trip to see Camelot »