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Conférence du GRHAM : « Réflexion sur les méthodes, les doutes et les succès de l’expertise de tableaux » par Éric Turquin (8 octobre, Paris)

Conférence du GRHAM : « Réflexion sur les méthodes, les doutes et les succès de l’expertise de tableaux » par Éric Turquin (8 octobre, Paris) En raison de l’épidémie de COVID-19,...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 21 Sep 2020

Veins of the Earth

 Antonio Neri, "The Mineral Gold"Neri 1598-1600 (Ferguson 67), f. 5r.Over a decade before Antonio Neri wrote L’Arte Vetraria, the book on glassmaking for which he would become famous, he wrote an illustrated manuscript on the subject of...
From: Conciatore on 21 Sep 2020

New Book: Chakravarti, “Empire of Apostles”

Ananya Chakravarti, The Empire of Apostles: Religion, Accamodatio, and the Imagination of Empire in Early Modern Brazil and India (Oxford, 2020).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 18 Sep 2020

Glassware of an Alchemist

 Antonio Neri (1598-1600),"Libro intitulato Il tesoro del mondo" f. 38In the introduction of L'Arte Vetraria, his 1612 book on glassmaking, Antonio Neri discusses the technical and scientific uses of glass. He rattles off an impressive list...
From: Conciatore on 18 Sep 2020

Battle of the Saintes

We often think that the Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, and the surrender ceremony of October 19, 1781, was the effective end to fighting in... The post Battle of the Saintes appeared first on Journal of the American Revolution.

Discovering Voltaire and Rousseau in song

The Voltaire Foundation is co-sponsoring an event in Oxford next month, ‘Voltaire, Rousseau and the Enlightenment’ – nothing surprising about the title, but for the fact that this event will take place as part of the 2020 Oxford Lieder...
From: Voltaire Foundation on 17 Sep 2020

Dr. Ebenezer Dexter Practicing Medicine in Marlborough

Ebenezer Dexter was born in 1729, son of the Rev. Samuel Dexter of Dedham.Ebenezer chose to go into medicine, and after marrying Lydia Woods, daughter of a selectman in Marlborough, he set up his practice in that town. In 1754, the year of their marriage,...
From: Boston 1775 on 16 Sep 2020

An Acquittal and a Conviction

On 29 Aug 1775, Gen. George Washington told Richard Henry Lee, “I have at this time one Colo., one Major, one Captn, & two Subalterns under arrest for tryal.”The colonel was John Mansfield of Lynn, originally scheduled to be tried in early...
From: Boston 1775 on 15 Sep 2020

Bourses de recherches au centre eikones de Bale

eikones – Center for the Theory and History of the Image at the University of Basel Call for Applications: Three NOMIS Fellowships Application deadline: Oct 19, 2020 The center invites applications from outstanding junior and senior researchers...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 12 Sep 2020

Séance du séminaire Collection : « Carl Jacobsen et la collection française de la Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek à Copenhague », 22 septembre 2020 (en ligne)

En ligne, 18h30-20h00 Intervenant : Nicholas Parkinson (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek) À l’entrée du musée copenhaguois Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, une sculpture occupe le devant de la scène – Gloria Victis, ou « gloire...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 11 Sep 2020

De Vivo, “Micro-Histories of Long-Distance Information,” P&P 242/14, Nov 2019

Filippo de Vivo, “Micro-Histories of Long-Distance Information: Space, Movement, and Agency in the Early Modern News,” Past & Present, 242, Special Supplement 14, 2019.
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 11 Sep 2020

Printing a leaf at the Bodleian Libraries Bibliographical Press

The Victorians used a technique called ‘nature printing’ to reproduce the details of leaves, plants, and other flat things like lace. This relies on pressing the specimen into soft metal (lead) to make an impression like a footprint of the...
From: The Conveyor on 11 Sep 2020

Siege of Barcelona (1713–14)

 Tomorrow (11th) is the anniversary of the end of the siege of Barcelona so I thought I would post this pic. Worth looking at enlarged.The assault on the main body of the place (Asalto general del 11 de septiembre de 1714)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Barcelona_(1713%E2%80%9314)
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 10 Sep 2020

“When Washington Went to War at Sea” at Historic Beverly, 14 Sept.

On Monday, 14 September, I’ll deliver an online presentation through Historic Beverly on “When Washington Went to War at Sea: How Beverly Became the General’s Naval Base.” Our teaser:In the fall of 1775, Gen. George Washington...
From: Boston 1775 on 10 Sep 2020

Saint Sebastian and the Arrows of the Plague

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library has published a new episode of its series on Learning from Premodern Plagues on “Saint Sebastian and the Arrows of the Plague.” Students in my courses on HIST 110 History of the Western...

Joseph Plumb Martin’s Hunger Games

Not all primary sources are created equal. We venerate the Lives of the Twelve Caesars by Suetonius for providing us with a contemporary history... The post Joseph Plumb Martin’s Hunger Games appeared first on Journal of the American Revolution.

From the mundane to the philosophical: topic-modelling Voltaire and Rousseau’s correspondence

Voltaire and Rousseau’s correspondence are two fascinating collections which have perhaps not received the amount of attention than they could have due to the nature of these texts. Written over five decades, these letters cover a wide range of...
From: Voltaire Foundation on 10 Sep 2020

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