Three very interesting series of meetings are going to take place (remotely, of course) in the near future. The IEM Seminar in Pamplona, the Ibn Daud conference in Madrid, and the Tea Time with Bacon meetings of the RBRS.
Throughout July and August 2020, Lydia Schumacher will lead a fantastic discussion on philosophical and theological aspects of 13th-century English Franciscanism. The programme looks amazing – this is going to be a fascinating Summer experience.
Organised by Vincenzo Carlotta and Katja Krause, an intriguing workshop on “Alchemy between Practices and Theories” is about to take place at the MPIWG – Berlin. Lots of fun ahead!Continue reading
De intellectu: Greek, Arabic, Latin, and Hebrew Texts and Their Influence on Medieval Philosophy. A Tribute to Rafael Ramón Guerrero. University of Porto, 6th-7th February 2020Continue reading
Awesome conference on “Premodern Experience of the Natural World in Translation” organised by Katja Krause, Maria Avxentevskaya, and Droh Weil at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin.Continue reading
Here is the programme of the Aquinas and the Arabs International Working Group conference in Pisa (22-25 May 2019). This is going to be huge. And incredibly fun!Continue reading
What’s better than a symposium on Aristotle’s Physics in the Middle Ages? Well, that it will take place in Rome! And I will give a talk there, finally going back to the Eternal City. Jokes aside, this symposium organised by gorgeous Cecilia Panti is going to be uniquely amazing. (And what a fantastic poster!)Continue reading
Absolutely interesting conference at Freie Universität Berlin! It is going to be a complete immersion under deep Platonic water!Continue reading
Just published. And amazing!Continue reading
AAIWG Conference in Mexico City this year. Here’s the programme!Continue reading
Spectacular conference on Arabic and Latin theories of vision in Florence in September, organised by Cecilia Panti.Continue reading
Katja Krause has organised a fantastic workshop at Harvard University on Pre-Modern Sciences and Religions. We are going to have some unforgettable moments there…
My dear friend Lucas Oro Hershtein is giving a fantastic research seminar on Islamic philosophy at Durham University. Don’t miss it!Continue reading
Conference organised by CIRFIM and SISPM on representations of nature in the Middle Ages (Padua, 24-27 May 2017).Continue reading
Filosofia Medieval: em curso e em toda a extensão. Porto (PT), 12-14 January 2017Continue reading
Fantastic workshop organised by Jeremiah Hackett at the University of South Carolina. I am honoured and delighted to participate in it!Continue reading
As a Sienese, is always astonishing to find out that examples of the best artistic moment we had during the Middle Ages, the so-called ‘Sienese School’, can be spotted throughout the whole world! Here, (part of) the hall dedicated to Sienese medieval painting at the National Gallery of Art in DC.
Today is a special day. I spent four years in Pavia as graduate student and postdoctoral researcher, and Boethius’s mortal remains in San Pietro in Ciel d’Oro became a constant, intimate presence during that time. There would be plenty of reason for which Boethius should be duly celebrated in this day. He is the ‘noble’ father of medieval philosophy, and his writings and translations shaped the philosophical debate for centuries. As a man of letters, his Consolatio has been the basis on which myriads of pupils will study, through the Middle Ages and up to the present time. As a learned intellectual, he felt the urgency to contribute to the Christian theological debate, and he did so by writing memorable pages that marked a milestone for the subsequent history of theology and philosophy. And finally, as a statesman, his intellectual honesty costed his own life.Continue reading
On November 14-16, 2016, the Spanish Society for Medieval Philosophy (SOFIME) will hold at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona its 7th International Ibero-American Congress on the Occasion of Ramon Llull’s Seventh Centenary: De Relatione.
You can download HERE the preliminary programme of the congress.
Ecco la locandina del ciclo di incontri pavesi sulla filosofia medievale: