Revisioning religion in Renaissance society, 1350-1600 The Second annual CMRS Symposium 10am – 5pm, 29 April … Continue reading Register now for the second annual CMRS symposium
Spend November-December in Tuscany learning in depth about the Renaissance in Florence with ATS2162 / … Continue reading Renaissance in Florence: Apply now for Summer Intensive
Applications now open for the intensive unit ATS2/3612 The Renaissance in Florence, taught at the Prato campus in Nov-Dec 2016
Prato Consortium postgraduate students spent Christmas learning palaeography in the Italian archives. Jessica O’Leary reports.
Jessica O’Leary has been awarded the ACIS Cassamarca inaugural Dino De Poli Scholarship to undertake postgraduate research in Italy.
Text and Community: an introduction to the world of Renaissance Florence and its leading scholars. Kate Aldred reports on recent CMRS teaching and seminar activities in Prato.
Following a highly successful 2015 conference at Villa i Tatti and the Monash Prato Centre, we call for papers for “Renaissance Religions II: modes and meanings in history” to be held in Bologna, June 2016.
CMRS Director, Associate Professor Peter Howard recently addressed an International Study Day of historical and art historical experts that took place inside the Sisitine Chapel in Rome
Current MA candidate Jessica O’Leary has been awarded a competitive DAAD scholarship to take part in a winter program of German language and cultural instruction in Freiburg, early in 2016.
Catch up online with presentations from day 2 of the Monash-Harvard 2015 conference “Renaissance Religions: Modes & Meanings in History’
Bill Kent Prato HDR Research Scholarship/ Fellowship is now open. More details are online now!
Professor Susan Broomhall of UWA and the Centre for the History of Emotions has been appointed the inaugural CMRS Visiting Senior Scholar
Join Monash CMRS members at the Prato Centre and Villa I Tatti on 4-5 June for … Continue reading Invitation: Renaissance Religions Conference in Tuscany
The Inaugural Annual CMRS symposium on Languages of Exile and Imprisonment has been a great success
CMRS Inaugural Annual Symposium, “Tied with indissoluble chains”: Languages of Exile and Imprisonment in Medieval and Renaissance England and Italy. Register now!
Watch the 2014 Bill Kent Memorial Lecture online: William Wallace, “Michaelangelo and the Sistine Chapel… 500 years”
CMRS PhD candidate Lisa Di Crescenzo has been awarded one of two prestigious ACIS Cassa Marca Scholarships in 2015
Student Lauren McAlary has won the First Year Essay Prize in History for her piece on humanism in the Renaissance.
Students in ATS3612 have arrived in Tuscany, where they will spend 4 weeks studying The Renaissance in Florence.
The Villa I Tatti Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies Prize for the Best Essay Published in 2013 is now open for applications.