Category Archives: Public events

La historia natural y sus imágenes en la época de Rubens – Museo del Prado 2014

Here you have the video of my recent conference at the Museo del Prado in Madrid. Press here to access the PradoMedia link: La historia natural y sus imágenes en la época de Rubens – Jose Ramon Marcaida Lopez – … Continue reading

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Ephemerality and Durability in Early Modern Visual and Material Culture

A few days ago I took part in this conference: Ephemerality and Durability in Early Modern Visual and Material Culture organised by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), at the University of Cambridge, and … Continue reading

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Ephemerality and Durability in Early-Modern Visual and Material Culture

Ephemerality and Durability in Early-Modern Visual and Material Culture Colloquia at CRASSH, University of Cambridge (24-25 May 2013) and the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, Huntington Library, San Marino, California (27-28 September 2013). A summary of the main themes of … Continue reading

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HumSci Workshop

HumSci – A workshop exploring the relations between the sciences and the humanities http://humsciworkshop.wordpress.com/  

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Darwin Lectures – Darwin College – Cambridge

Hasok Chang, Foresight in Science (Darwin Lectures Series) Friday 08 February 2013 Abstract We may ask two questions about foresight in relation to science: (1) whether science can foretell future events, and (2) whether we can foretell the future of … Continue reading

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