Horst Bredekamp Gives Guest Lecture as Part of Italy Preparation

On Wednesday February 8th Professor Horst Bredekamp presented his lecture: “The Political Iconography of the Piazza Signoria in Florence.” Professor Bredekamp currently teaches at Humboldt University here in Berlin. He has held visiting positions at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (1991), the Wissenschaftskolleg, Berlin (1992), and at the Getty Center, Los Angeles (1995 and

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Rome Trip Preparations Begin

Although most of the week will take place in Rome, two separate day trips to Florence and Tivoli are being planned. In preparation for the trip, guest professors Federico Berti and Horst Bredekamp will give lectures on February 2 and February 9, respectively. Berti’s lecture is entitled, ‘Artistic Patronage in Florence: The Medici’ while Bredekamp

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Anca Daniela Boagiu, Minister of European Integration of Romania, speaks at ECLA

Alumnus Alex Nazare (2002-2004, Romania) invited Anca Daniela Boagiu, the Minister of European Integration of Romania, to give a special lecture at ECLA on November 26. Boagiu discussed the current state of Romania’s preparations towards EU membership and contemplated the future role of Romania within the European project. Addressing the, mostly Romanian, audience of approximately

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Theodor Paleologu Appointed Ambassador of Romania to Denmark and Iceland

Theodor Paleologu, Programme Director of the International Summer University, was recently appointed by the President of Romania, Traian Basescu, to serve as the Ambassador of Romania to Denmark and Iceland. Paleologu will officially begin his diplomatic mission when he presents his credentials to Queen Margarethe in a ceremony on December 9. Paleologu’s ambassadorial service coincides

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DEVILISH QUESTIONS – Ethical Conflicts in Biomedicine – Jens Reich’s New Audio-Book Published

ECLA students will recognize the combination: A solid understanding of the new possibilities in genetics and the age-old ethical questions, such as “What ought we to do and what ought we not to do?” Widely recognized in Germany for bringing science issues into public focus through prize-winning prose, Jens Reich continues his contributions to this

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