Schedule The Levan Institute for the Humanities supports interdisciplinary working groups with the goal of fostering intellectual exchange and advancing research on topics in the humanities (broadly construed) that are not already addressed by an existing department or program. Working groups are primarily addressed to faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. They may involve participants at other institutions."/> Schedule The Levan Institute for the Humanities supports interdisciplinary working groups with the goal of fostering intellectual exchange and advancing research on topics in the humanities (broadly construed) that are not already addressed by an existing department or program. Working groups are primarily addressed to faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. They may involve participants at other institutions.">

Levan Institute "Books, Writing and Community" Working Group presents work in progress: "Crosses, Canons, and a Chemical Wedding "

Friday, October 9 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

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Join us for a presentation of work in progress from Malachai Bandy (USC Thornton Musicology): “Crosses, Canons, and a Chemical Wedding: Michael Maier's Atalanta fugiens (1617) and the Hamburg School of Contrapuntists." 
Immediately after the presentation, you may also join an informal post-Zoom breakout room chat with other attendees.
 
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About "Books, Writing and Community"

We study discourses about books, writing, wordless communication, and record-keeping—past/present, scholarly/public, material/virtual—and explore how these varied discourses inform our own personal writing practices. More information is available on our website, DecamerOnline

Coordinators: Lisa PonMalachai Bandy, and Frederic Clark

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The Levan Institute for the Humanities supports interdisciplinary working groups with the goal of fostering intellectual exchange and advancing research on topics in the humanities (broadly construed) that are not already addressed by an existing department or program. Working groups are primarily addressed to faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. They may involve participants at other institutions. 

 

Event Type

Arts

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arts&culture

Department
Levan Institute for the Humanities, Campus Humanities
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