“Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained: The Power of Outreach, Marketing, and Development in Medieval and Renaissance Studies”

You are invited to the next presentation in the ACMRS Scholar Series:

“Paradise Lost; Paradise Regained: The Power of Outreach, Marketing, and Development in Medieval and Renaissance Studies”

Presented by Robert Bjork
Foundation Professor of English, ASU Department of English and Director, ACMRS

Fascism and the Italian Renaissance

Presented by Dr. David Baum
Professor of Humanities and Director of Great Books
West Texas A&M University
Seating is Limited, Please RSVP:
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"Light and Enlightenment in Early Modern Philosophy and Religion"

Presented by:
Norbert Samuelson, Professor of Religious Studies, ASU
This lecture surveys the early modern period of western European history (from the 14th to the 17th centuries) to compare changes in the conception of "light" and "vision" in the physical sciences with changes in the conception of "enlightenment" in Jewish and Christian eschatology with an eye to understanding more generally the complex ways that science and religion are related.
About Norbert Samuelson

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