Co-Sponsored Event: Model Lives: Saintly Anatomy, Moving Automata, and Ideal Societies in Early Modern Europe

Early Modern Studies Institute

A panel discussion on the topics of Saintly Anatomy, Moving Automata, and Ideal Societies in Early Modern Europe.
Model Lives: Saintly Anatomy, Moving Automata, and Ideal Societies in Early Modern Europe

Brad Bouley, Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar, USC History Department
"You Gotta Have Guts: Anatomy as Proof of Sanctity in Early Modern Europe"

Jessica Keating, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Early Modern Visual Culture, USC Art History Department
"Empire on the Move: Early Modern German Automata"

Julianne Werlin, Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar, USC English Department
"Francis Bacon and the Misinterpretation of Reality"

Lunch will be provided to those who rsvp to emsi@usc.edu by October 25, 2012.