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On Monday 18 May 2020, join us online to learn about the programmes we offer, meet our staff and current students, discover the Institute’s collections and find out what it’s like to study at the Warburg Institute.

The Warburg Institute is one of the world’s leading centres for studying the interaction of ideas, images and society. It is dedicated to the survival and transmission of culture across time and space, with special emphasis on the afterlife of antiquity. 
We run MA programmes in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture and in Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History, and encourage MPhil and PhD applicants in the many areas of research the Institute supports. We also run MRes and PG Certs in Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History, and Art History and Renaissance Culture. 

The resources of the Warburg are especially geared to students interested in interdisciplinary study.

Research Degree Programme: from 11.00am
 
  • 11.00amIntroduction to the Open Day: Madisson Brown (Institute Manager)
  • 11.05amWelcome and "Why choose the Warburg?": Bill Sherman (Director, Warburg Institute)
  • 11.20amStudying at the Warburg Institute: Michelle O'Malley (Deputy Director, Warburg Institute)
  • 11.25amIntroduction to the Research Degree: Michelle O'Malley
  • 11.35amTechniques of Scholarship: Sara Miglietti (Senior Lecturer in Cultural and Intellectual History)
  • 11.45amAdmissions: Katalin Koblos (Admissions Officer) 
  • 11.55amFunding your studies: Rachel Hardy (Student Recruitment Officer)
  • 12.05pmOur students and alumni
  • 12.15pmLibrary and Collections
  • 12.45pmThank you and link to Q&A: Madisson Brown
  • 12.50-1.35pmLive Q&A

Postgraduate Taught Programmes: from 2.15pm
  • 2.15pmIntroduction to the Open Day: Madisson Brown (Institute Manager)
  • 2.20pmWelcome and "Why choose the Warburg?": Bill Sherman (Director, Warburg Institute)
  • 2.35pmStudying at the Warburg Institute: Michelle O'Malley (Deputy Director, Warburg Institute)
  • 2.40pmStudying Art History (PG Certificate, MA and MRes): Opher Mansour (Lecturer in Art History)
  • 2.55pmStudying Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History (PG Cert, MA and MRes): Alessandro Scafi (Senior Lecturer in Medieval and Renaissance Cultural History)
  • 3.05pmTechniques of Scholarship, Languages and Palaeography: Sara Miglietti (Senior Lecturer in Cultural and Intellectual History) and Lucy Nicholas (Language Tutor)
  • 3.25pmAdmissions: Katalin Koblos (Admissions Officer)
  • 3.35pmFunding your studies: Rachel Hardy (Student Recruitment Officer)
  • 3.45pmOur students and alumni
  • 3.55pmLibrary and Collections
  • 4.25pmThank you and link to Q&A: Madisson Brown
  • 4.30-5.15pmLive Q&A

Please book via the link below and you will receive instructions for joining the webinar by email.