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Next Events

Friday, February 12, 2016, 10:00am, Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory
TBD
Peter Dear (Cornell), Richard Serjeantson (Cambridge), and Henry Turner (Rutgers)
"2016 Symposium: Francis Bacon and the Problem of Method" [more]

Tuesday, February 16, 2016, 4:30pm, Duke Music Department Lecture Series in Musicology
Room 104, Biddle Music Building, east campus
Julie E. Cumming, McGill University
"Choirbooks and Partbooks: Different Formats, Different Affordances" [more]

Thursday, February 18, 2016, 5:00pm, UNC MEMS Dorothy Ford Wiley Compact Seminar
University Room, Hyde Hall, UNC campus
Seminar participants
"Diplomacy and the Arts, Then and Now" [more]

Friday, February 19, 2016, 9:00am, UNC MEMS Dorothy Ford Wiley Compact Seminar
Incubator Room of Hyde Hall, UNC campus
Seminar participants
"Premodern Diplomacy and the Arts" [more]
















READ THE DUKE TODAY SPOTLIGHT ON MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES



A JOE AND NANCY MYSTERY: THE BOOK WITH FLAPS


Watch this short movie made by gradua ate students in the Program for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, in which graduate student detectives, Joe and Nancy, solve the case of the missing Renaissance anatomical flap book.


GREAT HOUSES MAKE NOT MEN HOLY:
MENDICANT ARCHITECTURE IN MEDIEVAL OXFORD


A video written and produced by Jim Knowles and Michal Koszycki
Watch on YouTube!