Warwick-Newberry Workshop: European and New World Forms of Knowledge in Colonial Spanish America, c. 1520-1800

Andrew Laird, University of Warwick
Andrew Laird, University of Warwick
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Warwick-Newberry Collaborative Programs
Friday, November 10, 2006

Held at the Newberry Library. The theme for this year’s series of workshops is “European and New World Forms of Knowledge in Colonial Spanish America, c. 1520-1800.”

European and New World Forms of Knowledge: General introduction
Andrew Laird, University of Warwick

America and the Moral Assumptions of Europe’s Geographic Imagination
David Boruchoff, McGill University

Painting Indigenous History, Memory, and Identity in Colonial Mexico
Ellen Baird, University of Illinois at Chicago

Exhibition: The Aztecs and the Making of Colonial Mexico
Tour led by Ellen Baird

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.