Lectures and Events: Celebrating Venice!

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Join the James Ford Bell Library this fall as we celebrate the entrancing city of Venice, long a capital of Mediterranean trade, through an exhibition, lectures, workshops, and other cultural events.

October 8, 2012
James Ford Bell Library Exhibition
Celebrating Venice: On Land and Sea

Venice Public Lecture Series
All three lectures will begin at 7:30 p.m. in 120 Elmer L. Andersen Library on the West Bank Campus. Tickets will go on sale September 10, 2012 through the University of Minnesota Ticket Office. $20 per ticket; free to students. Discounts will be available to members of sponsoring organizations—watch your mail box!

October 11, 2012
The 50th Annual James Ford Bell Lecture
Professor Joanne M. Ferraro, Department of History, San Diego State University “Binding Passions and Shielding Virtue in Early Modern Venice”

October 25, 2012
The Inaugural Carl Sheppard Memorial Lecture, Center for Medieval Studies
Professor Robert S. Nelson, Department of Art History, Yale University
“ ‘Lords of One Quarter and One Half of the Empire of Romania’: Byzantine Art & State Authority in Venice”

November 1, 2012
IAS Mediterranean Collaborative Lecture
Dr. Alan M. Stahl, Firestone Library Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University
“Wealth and Power in Medieval Venice: The Condulmer Family in the Century after the Black Death”

December 14, 2012
Institute for Advanced Study Theorizing Early Modern Studies Collaborative Workshop
Professor Lisa Pon, Meadows School of Arts, Southern Methodist University

Center for Early Modern History Workshops

October 12, 2012
12:15 p.m., 1210 Heller Hall
Professor Joanne M. Ferraro, San Diego State University

December 15, 2012
12:15 p.m., 1210 Heller Hall
Professor Lisa Pon, Southern Methodist University, "Isolating Contagion in Early Modern Venice"

Related Events
Consortium Carissimi

October 5, 2012

Details at http://consortiumcarissimi.org/

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