Warwick-Newberry Workshop: Family Workshops

Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Warwick-Newberry Collaborative Programs
Tuesday, April 6, 2010 to Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Held at Warwick-in-Venice. The theme for this year’s series of workshops is “Family Values: Locating the Family in the Early Modern Italian Workshop.”

Topics covered in this workshop included the use of documents in reconstructing family workshops, what families consumed, and case studies of miniaturists and sculptors.

Directors

Victoria Avery, University of Warwick
Louise Bourdua, University of Warwick

Speakers

Daniel Bornstein, Washington University in Saint Louis
Anne Markham Schulz, Brown University
Brian Sandberg, Northern Illinois University
Helena Szépe, University of South Florida
Evelyn Welch, Queen Mary, University of London

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.

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