The new date for this event is January 22.
A lecture by DANIELE MACUGLIA, University of Chicago
Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine
With this meeting we will immerse in Renaissance life, with a special eye to the flowering of science. We will learn about Galileo, the Copernican Revolution, intricate dynamics of power and patronage, the Roman Inquisition, and the fascinating figure of the Renaissance Man. Join this class if you want to know more about the conceptual and methodological foundations that allowed for the development of modern science.
Italian espresso to follow.
FREE – Register here
At the Fermilab entrance present an ID and ask for directions for Wilson Hall, the room “One west” is on the first floor.