Seminar | What Counted As Philosophy in Fifteenth-Century Italy?

8 August, 2013
4.00 - 6.00pm

Professor Christopher Celenza
American Academy in Rome
This is a Joint Seminar in Classics & Italian Studies.
Christopher S. Celenza holds the Charles Homer Haskins Professorship at Johns Hopkins University, with a dual appointment as Professor in the Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures and in the Department of Classical Studies. Celenza holds two doctoral degrees, a PhD in History (Duke University, 1995) and a DrPhil in Classics and Neo-Latin Literature (University of Hamburg, 2001), and is the author or editor of five books and over thirty scholarly articles in the fields of Italian Renaissance history, post-classical Latin literature and philosophy, and the history of classical scholarship. He was named the 21st Director of the American Academy in Rome in 2010 and will serve in that role until 2014.

Location: Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCNESA) conference room, level 4, Madsen Building

Contact:Dr M. Cristina Mauceri