A bi-weekly gathering welcome to students, faculty, and guests, the Renaissance Lunch Colloquium is an interdisciplinary forum dedicated to the study of the European Renaissance. The period from roughly 1300 to 1650 witnessed profound changes in politics, technology, culture, religion, and scholarship. Over the course of an hour-long lunch provided by the Renaissance Studies Department, students and faculty from a variety of departments share their research on this fascinating and dynamic period, gaining feedback and support from a broad intellectual community.
For more information please contact the convener:
History and Renaissance Studies