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Il cantiere del cinquecento: architettura a decorazione. I. Roma

Conference
Nello sviluppo storico del cantiere cinquecentesco architettura e decorazione costituiscono un imprescindibile binomio, due aspetti complementari non soltanto dal punto di vista materiale. A Roma nel corso del XVI secolo tale interazione diventa dominante e assume caratteri nuovi: la pluralità di competenze, prevista fin dalle prime fasi progettuali, e la collaborazione tra i diversi artefici, la coesistenza di tradizioni tecniche e stilistiche di diversa provenienza geografica e una nuova organizzazione del lavoro, rendono il cantiere lo scenario principe nel quale misurare prima l'emergere, poi l'affermarsi, infine il declinare di nuovi linguaggi lungo il XVI secolo. [mehr]
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Representing the Cerro Rico of Potosí, "gleaming with veins of gold and silver," Rubens's Arch of the Mint was one of the visually most striking structures of the Blijde Inkomst of 1635. [mehr]
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Between the 16th and 17th centuries, in a turning-towards-Baroque Rome, the relationship between natural knowledge, artistic production, and handcraft was shaped as a resource to cope with the Papal claim to universality. [mehr]
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Geografie della migrazione III: La ragazza con la pistola (Mario Monicelli, 1968)

Ciclo di Film Seminar
Geografie della migrazione. Luoghi dell'immaginario e spazio sociale nel cinema italiano [mehr]
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"A Tale of Two Practices. Literary Studies between Hermeneutics and Quantification"

Research Seminar
Franco Moretti, pioneer of Distant Reading and "great iconoclast of literary criticism" (John Sutherland, Guardian), will present ongoing research regarding the nature of the relationship between hermeneutic and computational approaches to literary studies. [mehr]
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Epistemic Imagery and their Functions: the Case of Diagrams

Research Seminar
An 'epistemic image' may be defined as an image that was crafted so as to help us understand something. But how is it possible that an image teaches us something that words cannot teach us? This lecture will start with the issue of the category of the epistemic image, and notably the question of the interaction of text and image when these are produced together, as happens in philosophical or scientific texts. The diagram – one of the most basic and visually least appealing 'epistemic images' – will serve as our case study. [mehr]
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