The CS will focus on the Renaissance Culture (XIV-XVI cent.) as a key to the construction of a European Cultural Tradition based on the Classical Heritage, from Petrarch to Erasmus and beyond. The School will have a strong interdisciplinary perspective, from philosophy to religion, from literature and linguistics, to figurative arts and music; from history and historiography, to social and natural sciences. “European Renaissance” is an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and cross-national, research-based, pedagogy-oriented, inclusive project, with a strong trans-European perspective and focus. Taking the axes and the routes of the CIVIS initiative as its point of departure, the program invites attendees to explore established and hitherto uncharted connections between renaissance cultural traditions across Europe and the Mediterranean. The objective is to examine and emphasize the impact of transnational connections and dialogues in (re)shaping modern social and individual civic responsibility on a national, European, international, and global level.
Information of Interest
If you are interested, you will also have the chance to share your research lines or your work in progress with other students and also with specialists in the subject. You will be able to speak for 10 minutes on your subject. In order to organize the sessions, please, click the link bellow and fill the form.
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