Images in books in the 16th century
☞ External linkTakes place on: Monday 11 June 2018.Location: Lyon
The funded project Illustrated Printed Books in Lyon (1480-1600) is organising a summer school on the images in books in the 16th century, with a special focus on how to understand, describe and use them for a various range of research topics.
Related keywords: illustrated books
The summer school is taught by Professor Richard Cooper, Brasenose College, Oxford ; Dr Paul Taylor, the Warburg Institute, London ; Dr Barbara Tramelli, CNRS CIHAM/Equipex Biblissima, Lyon.
The Centre Gabriel Naudé is offering 8 grants to attend. The grants will cover the fees for the registration as well as the meals and 4 nights in Lyon. Travel expenses are not covered.
Applications close Monday 11 June.