Warwick-Newberry Workshop: Studying the Built Environment in Renaissance England, c.1450-1700

Friday, March 24, 2006
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Warwick-Newberry Collaborative Programs

Held at the University of Warwick, Coventry, England. The theme for this year’s series of workshops is “Space, Culture, and Power: Peopling the Built Environment in Renaissance England, c. 1450-1750.”

This one-day interdisciplinary workshop is part of a programme which aims to explore the relationships between specific forms of social and cultural practice and particular types of built environment in early modern England.

The Views from Literature and Social History
Andrew McRae, University of Exeter
John Broad, London Metropolitan University

The Views from Architectural History and Historical Archaeology
Nicholas Cooper, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments
Kate Giles, University of York

The Views from Art History
Helen Hills, University of York
Maurice Howard, University of Sussex

Plenary discussion

This is one of a series of collaborative programs between the University of Warwick Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies, funded by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

See the University of Warwick’s web page about this series of programs. Learn more about the Center for Renaissance Studies’ Warwick-Newberry Collaborative Programs.