Event Date/Time: Jun 27, 2003
End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2003
Thirteen scholars from Europe, North America, and the UK will explore the broad cultural contexts (e.g. religion, astrology, education, antiquarianism, art, and architecture ) in which Ptolemy's Geography was edited, read, and commented upon in the Renaissance. Speakers include: Daniel Brownstein, Mario Carpo, Angelo Cattaneo, Lesley Cormack, Francesca Fiorani, Darin Hayton, Alfred Hiatt, Margriet Hoogvliet, Alexander Jones, Alessandro Scafi, Margaret Small, George Tolias, and Benjamin Weiss. The colloquium is supported by the British Academy and the British Library. Organized by Zur Shalev (Princeton University) and Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute).
Admission £15 per day (half price for students).