SUNDAY 29 August 2010
Arrival and semi-formal introduction of participants.
MONDAY 30 August 2010
Morning: Introduction to “Networks of Communication” by Ina Habermann. Opening lecture by Silvana Seidel Menchi: “The Local Goes Global: Erasmus as Politician”.
Afternoon: 1st Workshop lecture by Anita Traninger: “Framing Erasmus - Historical Person and Textual Persona”. 2nd Workshop lecture by Jeanne Nuechterlein: “Holbein, Humanism, and Publishing in Basel”.
TUESDAY 31 August 2010
Morning: Guided visit to the Historical Museum and the Basel Kunstmuseum collection.
Afternoon: Introduction to “Sites of Mediation” by Susanna Burghartz. Workshop lecture by Christine Göttler: “Collections as Crossroads Between Art, Science, History, and the New World: The Example of Early Modern Antwerp”. Dinner.
WEDNESDAY 1 September 2010
Morning: Workshop lecture by Susanna Burghartz: “Making Europe, forming elites, creating New Worlds: The Workshop of the de Bry and their editorial projects”.
Afternoon: Excursion to Colmar (France) and the Unterlinden Museum.
THURSDAY 2 September 2010
Morning: Introduction to “Intersections of Knowledge” by Margaret Healy. Workshop lecture by Dominique Brancher: “Anatomical Prints”.
Afternoon: Workshop lecture by Margaret Healy: “Paracelsian Bodies and the Chemical Imagination”.
FRIDAY 3 September 2010
Morning: Workshop lecture by Jonathan Sawday: t.b.a.
Afternoon: Closing lecture by Anthony Grafton: "Jewish Go-Betweens: Basel-Venice". Concluding session with feedback. Dinner.
All workshop lectures are followed by discussion of the lecture and selected texts. A reader will be made available.
Programme [PDF (978 KB)]
Print Version [PDF (697 KB)]
Poster [PDF (1.8 MB)]