Edward Worth Library Seminar Series 2016.
9 February 2016: Professor Stephen Milner (Department of Italian, University of Manchester): ‘The fortunes of Aldus Manutius: merchant collectors of the Victorian Age.’ This lecture marks the end of the year of commemoration of the death of Aldus Manutius and will take place in the Worth Library at 3.00pm.
10 March 2016: Dr Domenico Laurenza (Rome; TLRH & Worth Library Visiting Fellow): ‘Leonardo Da Vinci’s Codices: The Difficult Heritage of an Artist-Scientist.’ Please note that this is a joint lecture between the Worth Library and the Trinity Long Room Hub and will take place will start at 5.15pm and be held in Rm 201, 7-9 Sth Leinster St.
21 April 2016: Professor Carol Rawcliffe (University of East Anglia): ‘Christ the Physician Walks the Wards: Religion and Medicine in the Later Middle Ages’. Please note that this is the Worth Library/TCD Department of History joint lecture in Medieval and Renaissance Medical History and will start at 5.15pm and be held in Rm 201, 7-9 Sth Leinster St.
30 May 2016: Professor Jill Kraye (Warburg Institute): ‘Marcus Aurelius and Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: Philosophy, Philology and Art in the Early Modern Republic of Letters.’ This lecture will take place at 3.00pm in the Worth Library.
21 June 2016: Professor Mark Harrison (Director of the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine and Professor of the History of Medicine, University of Oxford): ‘The Politics of Patronage: Medicine and Scandal in an Indian Court (Arcot), c.1740-.c1800.’ This lecture will take place in the Worth Library at 3.00pm. Please note that spaces are limited and booking is essential for this lecture.