The Clark/Center calendar is a busy one!
February 9, 4:00pm at the Clark:
Parallel Lines Never Meet: Dolphins and Anchors and Aldus/Book Historians and Numismatists and Roman Coins, a lecture given by Terry Belanger (Founding Director, Rare Book School, Professor Emeritus, University of Virginia)
Co-sponsored by Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections
Registration information here.
February 10, 9am-5pm at the Clark
Rivalry and Rhetoric in the Early Modern Mediterranean:
Black Legends and Domestic Dissent, a core program conference at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library organized by Clark Professor Barbara Fuchs (UCLA)
More information and registration information here.
January 31, 4:00 p.m.
Cosmopolitanism and the Local in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: Emmanuel Ximenes (1564-1632) and Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), a lecture in Royce Hall 306 on the UCLA campus
Part of Early Modern Cosmpolitanisms, a lecture series sponsored by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for Transformational Support in the Humanities.
More information here.