Research Seminars

Research Seminars are open to the wider public to take part in investigating themed approaches with partners form other institutions

Editing Byzantine Texts - University of London Working Seminar

Date: Occasional Fridays, 15.45 - 17.45. Meetings on: 2, 9, 16, 23 Feb, 2, 9, 16, 23 March - Classroom 2 The first meeting will take place on Friday 2 February 2018

Venue: Warburg Institute

Description: The Seminar will resume its meetings at The Warburg Institute, Classroom 2, Ground Floor, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB (tel. 020 7862 8949)  For more details click here

From Devilry to Divinity: Readings in the Divina Commedia

Mondays, 18.00 to 19.30 - Lecture room

This series aims to introduce the beauty, complexity and continuing signi cance of Dante’s ‘Divina Commedia’ through readings of the text, in the original and in translation, and through commentary on it. The readings are accompanied by a rich visual display of medieval illuminations whilst the commentary explores and invites discussion of some of the leading ideas of the poem. See more details for this programme here

Neoplatonic Studies Seminar

Venue: Warburg Institute

Description: On its fourth successive year, the Seminar of Neoplatonic Studies invites you to a series of readings of seminal texts by Damascius, Olympiodorus, Porphyry and Proclus and the ongoing exchange which includes Professor Harold Tarrant, Professor Dilwyn Knox and Dr Peter Singer, among many other regular and occasional contributors.

The seminar meets on Thursdays 5:30-7:30 pm, in Classroom 1 of the Warburg Institute and the programme for the whole year is detailed here.

For further information please contact the convener Dr Georgios Tsagdis

New Dialogues in Art History

Date: Occasional Wednesdays, 16.00 - 17.00 - Meetings on: 24 Jan, 28 Feb, 23 May, 27 June - Classroom 1

Venue: Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB

Description: This new seminar group  for postgraduate Art Historians is now inviting postgraduate researchers to submit papers for its 2017–18 seminar series. For more details click here