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Publié le lundi 15 septembre 2003 par Natalie Petiteau

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SCIENTIFIC CULTURE IN EARLY MODERN ROME COLLOQUIUM Organised by the Ecole française de Rome and the Warburg Institute in association with the Centre Alexandre Koyré (CNRS-MNHN-EHESS) 10 - 11 October 2003 PROGRAMME FRIDAY

Annonce

SCIENTIFIC CULTURE IN EARLY MODERN ROME

COLLOQUIUM



Organised by the Ecole française de Rome
and the Warburg Institute
in association with the Centre Alexandre Koyré (CNRS-MNHN-EHESS)


10 - 11 October 2003

PROGRAMME

FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER

09.30 Doors open: registration

10.00 Welcome: Charles Hope

FIRST SESSION: Science, Culture and Religion

Chair: Katharine Park

10.15 Antonella Romano
Introductory paper


11.00 Maarten Delbeke
The truth value of art from a theological perspective in mid 17th-century Rome

11.30 Coffee

12.00 Jonathan Woolfson
Apian monarchy and Papal monarchy

12.30 Maria Pia Donato
Science and the Inquisition: a reassessment of late 17th-century Atomism

1.15 Lunch (for invited guests)

SECOND SESSION: Patronage and Knowledge

Chair: Charles Hope

2.15 Paula Findlen
Introductory paper

3.00 Pamela Long
Rome,1560-1612. Knowledge, power and urbanization: are these three entities related and, if so, how?

3.30 Laurent Pinon
Ulisse Aldrovandi between Rome and Tuscany: books for patronage or patronage for books?

4.00 Tea

4.30 Maria Conforti
Medicine, patronage and books: the early years of the Biblioteca Lancisiana

5.00 Lucia Dacome
Prospero's tools: anatomical stratagems in the Catholic Enlightenment

5.30 Discussion

6.15 Wine Reception

7.00 Buffet Supper (for invited guests)

SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER

10.00 Doors open

THIRD SESSION: The Culture of Experiment

Chair: Antonella Romano

10.15 Domenico Bertoloni Meli
Introductory paper

11.00 David Gentilcore
"I am in possession of a most perfect remedy": the licensing of charlatans and their medicines in early modern Rome

11.30 Coffee

12.00 Hiro Hirai
"De novo" or "ex semine": Kircher and the problem of spontaneous generation

12.30 Federica Favino
The "Fisicomatematici" and the vacuum

1.15 Lunch (for invited guests)

FOURTH SESSION: Round Table

Chair: Jill Kraye

2.15 General discussion with contributions from:

Jean-Marc Besse, Robert Iliffe, Antonio Clericuzio, Katharine Park, Harold Cook, Simon Schaffe,r Silvia De Renz,i Nancy Siraisi, Simon Ditchfield, Stephane Van Damme, Pascal Dubourg Glatigny

5.30 Close

Lieux

  • Londres
    Londres, Grande-Bretagne

Dates

  • vendredi 10 octobre 2003

Contacts

  • Elizabeth Witchell
    courriel : Elizabeth [dot] Witchell [at] sas [dot] ac [dot] uk

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Benoît Beyer de Ryke
    courriel : benoit [dot] beyer [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be

Pour citer cette annonce

« Culture scientifique dans la Rome moderne », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 15 septembre 2003, http://calenda.org/188307