The Visualization of Knowledge in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods

 

Sept.1, 2014- June.30, 2015

 

Weekly seminars – Thursdays 4.00-6.00 pm, room 128, IIAS

 

Date

Theme

30.10.14

Short presentations of projects – Kühnel, Harari, Valabregue

11.6.14

Mary Carruthers: The Medieval Psychology of Image Making and Thought Making

10.11.14

Andrea Worm short presentation

Brain storming – structure of the collective volume

13.11.14

Marcia Kupfer: Hugh of Saint-Victor and the mappa mundi tradition (informal presentation and discussion)

27.11.14

Mary Carruthers (public lecture):

Memory – the Engine of Thought

11.12.14

Adam Cohen: Diagrams in the Twelfth Century: An Overview

29.1.15

Katrin Kogman Appel: The geographical concept of the Catalan Mappamundi

5.2.15

Nirit Ben Arye: Venetian Memories from Constantinople: Viewing the City and Its People

19.2.15

Andrea Worm:

The Visualisation of Time and History in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods

 

Program for the second semester