This collaborative project seeks to explore Franco-American relations in the eighteenth century, particularly from 1763 to 1789, from two angles.
The objective of this project is to rethink the evolution of 17th and 18th-century letter-writing practices in France through an interdisciplinary approach that combines literary studies, cultural
This project is proposed as a first step to establish a strong collaboration between the Aesthetics of Performing and Spectacular Arts Department (EsPAS) headed by Ivan Magrin-Chagnolleau at the AC
This project confronts a collection of untapped sources about Renaissance feasting.
In the ancient Greek and Roman world, entire cities participated in the performance of hymns during religious festivals. These “cultural” and civic events were commissioned
Out of the world’s 6000+ languages only a small fraction currently enjoys the benefits of modern information technologies.
We live in an age of racial, ethnic and religious tension.
In the last century, major breakthroughs in our understanding of ‘identity’ have changed the way that we think about ourselves and the world around us.
Over the past decade there has been a rapid growth in the use of X-ray imaging techniques to study cultural heritage and related fields including art, archaeology and paleontology.