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Message started by hck on 01.03.2007 at 10:49:44

Title: Information about new members of this forum
Post by hck on 01.03.2007 at 10:49:44

Username: hck
Real Name: Heinrich C. Kuhn
Call me: Heinrich, Mr Kuhn, hck, whatever
Institutional affiliation: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (http://www.uni-muenchen.de) / Seminar für Geistesgeschichte und Philosophie der Renaissance (http://www.phil-hum-ren.uni-muenchen.de/)
Contact information etc.: http://www.phil-hum-ren.uni-muenchen.de/php/Kuhn/ viz. http://www.phil-hum-ren.uni-muenchen.de/Personal.htm#PersGGREN002

Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by Kuhn on 01.03.2007 at 11:38:46

Same as hck above. User-Id used to see how this forum looks to a non-admin user.

Title: Atkinson. Introducing myself
Post by Catkinson on 07.03.2007 at 13:20:55

User name: Catkinson
Real Name: Catherine Atkinson from Hannover, Germany.
Institutional affiliation: PhD at History dept. of Hannover University
My interests: 15th an 16th century Renaissance history, Florentine history.

Title: NE and YeYang
Post by hck on 02.11.2007 at 10:28:33

Here's information on the two members most recently added to the membershipo of Web4Ren Forum (W4RF):

UserName: NE
Real name: Nikolaus Egel
Additional information: Philosophy student at LMU Munich.

UserName: YeYang
Real name: Ye Yang
Additional information: pre-doctoral student of the Catholic University Leuven / Latin Literature: Seminarium Philologiae Humanisticae
research interests: Renaissance medicine and rhetoric, moral phychology


Title: adrian.nuessel
Post by hck on 03.12.2007 at 08:38:22

We have the honour and then pleasure to welcome a new member:

User name: adrian.nuessel
Real name: Adrian Nüssel
Research interests: Scipione Capece, Reception of Lucretius,  Neo-Latin didactic poetry.



Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by hck on 04.02.2008 at 11:34:24

And now we also have:

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Pekka Kärkkäinen
Researcher, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy of Religion
Department of Systematic Theology
Faculty of Theology
<...>
University of Helsinki


Welcome Pekka! And thanks for posting here!

Title: Welcome Viroviacum/Demmy R. Verbeke!
Post by hck on 14.03.2008 at 08:30:12

Wecome to our new member Viroviacum:

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Dr Demmy R. Verbeke
Centre for the Study of the Renaissance
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
U.K.
tel.: +44 (0)24 7657 3089
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/about_us/people/verbeke/

Title: Jason van Boom
Post by hck on 16.06.2008 at 08:48:10

Welcome to our new member Jason van Boom (W4RF user id: VanBoom)!

Jason van Boom writes:

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I am a PhD student in history at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley,
California. I study late medieval and early modern intellectual history.


Title: Neven Jovanovi[ch263] (nogafilologa)
Post by hck on 30.06.2008 at 08:46:23

Welcome to Neven Jovanovi[ch263]!

UserID: nogafilologa
Address:
Neven Jovanovi[ch263]
Department of Classical Philology
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Zagreb
Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia

Further information:

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My field of research is Croatian Latin literature (that is, literature
written in Latin by Croatian authors), mainly in 15-16th and 18th
centuries. I am interested not only in les belles lettres, but also in the
genres which are today perceived as non-literary. From 2007 I lead a
research project "Digitizing Croatian Latin authors", dedicated to
creating a digital library / archive / working environment, freely
accessible over the internet, to stimulate research on Croatian Latin
literature (and, hopefully, Neo-Latin and Latin literature in general).



Title: Welcome to Andreas Fischer (Fischer)!
Post by hck on 15.07.2008 at 16:57:02

Welcome to Andreas Fischer!

Andreas Fischer's user-ID on this forum is Fischer, and he will teach here in Munich one of the tutorials to our propedeutical course next term.

Title: Welcome to John P. McCaskey!
Post by hck on 16.07.2008 at 08:15:15

Welcome to John P. McCaskey!



Name: John P. McCaskey
Email address: mccaskey@anthemfoundation.org
Institution: Stanford University
Interest: History of science, scientific method and philosophy, especially
late Renaissance and early modern.

ETA: W4RF user-ID: mccaskey

Title: Welcome to members of the Web4Ren email d. list!
Post by hck on 16.07.2008 at 16:07:26

I will shut down the old email distribution list - which was in its functionality de facto replaced by this forum here more than a year ago - sometime in early autumn.
Some of the members of said list have decided to become members here. And they are welcome.

Thanks in advance to each of them (you!) who uses this thread here to introduce herself/himself!

Title: Welcome to Francesco Borghesi
Post by hck on 27.08.2008 at 11:03:18

Welcome to Francesco Borghesi, whose user-ID on this forum is fborghes!

Title: Welcome to Cristina Perissinotto!
Post by hck on 27.08.2008 at 13:19:36

Welcome to Cristina Perissinotto, whose user ID here is Cristina!

Title: Welcome to William Stenhouse!
Post by hck on 23.09.2008 at 15:05:35

Welcome to William Stenhouse (user ID: willsten)!

He writes:

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I am William Stenhouse, at
Yeshiva University in New York, and currently book review editor at RQ.
I work on early modern classical scholarship and historiography, and
particularly how scholars approached the material remains of the ancient
world.


Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by willsten on 25.09.2008 at 17:23:52

Just to add to what Heinrich included about me: because I am currently reviews editor for Renaissance Quarterly, I would be interested in any information about books that should be reviewed, and offers to review (we only print reviews in English, I'm afraid...)
Will Stenhouse

Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by hck on 26.09.2008 at 08:29:34

Will wrote:

willsten wrote:
because I am currently reviews editor for Renaissance Quarterly, I would be interested in any information about books that should be reviewed,


The section of this forum dedicated to Publications without open access (http://www.phil-hum-ren.uni-muenchen.de/W4RF/YaBB.pl?board=3) might be one place to use for such suggestions (in addition to mails and PMs directly to Will, and of course except for suggestions to review open access publications (http://www.phil-hum-ren.uni-muenchen.de/W4RF/YaBB.pl?board=2) ...  :) ... ).

Title: Welcome to James Dougal Fleming!
Post by hck on 20.04.2009 at 08:49:07

Welcome to James Dougal Fleming, whose user-ID here is JD_Fleming!


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James Dougal Fleming
Associate Professor
Department of English
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC, Canada

-- work and interest in early-modern intellectual culture

Title: Welcome to Vera Keller!
Post by hck on 02.07.2009 at 09:18:59

Wellcome to Vera Keller (who is VeraKeller on this forum here)!

She writes about herself:

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I am currently a
Postdoctoral Fellow in Early modern Studies at McGill University with the
Making Publics Project (http://makingpublics.mcgill.ca/). Starting in
January, I will be moving to Los Angeles as a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at
the Early Modern Studies Institute, the Huntington Library/USC.

Posting this to the new members thread is fine.

Title: Welcome to Theodor Dunkelgrün!
Post by hck on 24.07.2009 at 09:54:58

Welcome to Theodor W. Dunkelgrün (who is twd on this forum here)!


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I am a graduate student
at the University of Chicago, working on 16th century Biblical
philology.

Title: Welcome to Sandro Burgio!
Post by hck on 12.10.2009 at 10:25:02

Welcome to Sandro Burgio (who is Burgio on this forum here)!

He writes:

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My name is Santo Burgio and i teach History of Philosophy at the
University of Catania. I have published two studies on the history of moral
theology in the seventeenth century, *Teologia barocca. Il probabilismo in
Sicilia nell'epoca di Filippo IV*" (Catania, 1998) and *Appartenenza e negozio.
La crisi della teologia barocca* (Soveria Mannelli, CZ, 2005) and recently a
small collection of essays on Justus Lipsius, *In publicis malis. Saggi sulla
"costantia" in Giusto Lipsio* (Soveria Mannelli, CZ, 2009).

Title: Welcome to Cecilia Muratori!
Post by hck on 20.10.2009 at 16:16:42

Welcome to Cecilia Muratori (who is CMuratori on this forum here)!

She writes:

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Real name: Cecilia Muratori
Institution: Research Fellow at Seminar für Geistesgeschichte und Philosophie
der Renaissance, LMU München Research interests: the concept of the soul in
Renaissance philosophy (and especially the difference between the human and the
animal soul); Giordano Bruno; Simone Porzio; Jakob Böhme; G. W. F. Hegel

Title: Welcome to Klaus Jacklein
Post by hck on 04.11.2009 at 11:13:18

Username: Simon
Real Name: Klaus Jacklein
Interests: Latin America, China

Title: Welcome to Ioannis Tzortzakakis!
Post by hck on 11.11.2009 at 13:05:12

Welcome to Ioannis Tzortzakakis!

He writes:

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Real name: Ioannis Tzortzakakis

User name: itzortzak

Graduate student of History of Art, University of Crete



My name is Ioannis Tzortzakakis. I am a graduate student of History of Art,
University of Crete, in Greece. I am currently editing the final draft of my
Ma dissertation "Depictions of martyrdoms in churches of Rome, c.1580 -
1600".

My interests are: Painting and theory of art of renaissance and early modern
era (mainly in Italy, England and Greece). Renaissance and early modern
illustrated books. Paleography.

Title: Welcome to Eva Del Soldato!
Post by hck on 01.02.2010 at 12:08:57

Welcome to Eva Del Soldato, who is Evadel on this forum here!

She writes:

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I have obtained my PhD in
Renaissance Philosophy in November 2006 at the Scuola Normale
di Pisa, where I have just finished a post-doctoral
fellowship.
I am still affiliated at the same Institution, which is giving
me a grant to take part to a project entitled "Philosophical
libraries" (http://picus.sns.it/biblioteche_dei_filosofi/).
I have devoted my studies to the XVIth century aristotelianism
(in the next few weeks it should appear my monograph, about
the Aristotelian Simone Porzio), but now I am working on
Cardinal Bessarion.

Title: Asinus loquitur
Post by Brunellus on 02.02.2010 at 12:47:09


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My name is Mark Thakkar.  I work on late mediaeval philosophy, focussing on the first half of the 14th century, and am currently finishing a DPhil thesis at Oxford on "Peter Auriol and the Logic of the Future".  I am particularly interested in the philosophy of language and in the history of mathematics and of science.

Title: Welcome to Natalia Agapiou!
Post by hck on 08.02.2010 at 08:53:00

Welcome to Natalia Agapiou, who is outis on this forum here!

She writes:

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Natalia Agapiou
Lecturer in Art History
National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Mostly interested in Quattrocento Art,
but also, of course, in all aspects of Italian Renaissance culture

I expect to find in W4RF what I was delighted to find in the Ficino  
mailing list to meet colleagues with the same interests, to follow stimulating  
discussions, to exchange ideas or seek help.

Title: Welcome to Marian Rothstein!
Post by hck on 08.03.2010 at 09:31:54

Welcome to Marian Rothstein (mrothstein on this forum here)!

She is Chair of the Modern Languages Department and Professor of Modern Languages at Carthage College and writes:
Quote:
My interests are French Renaissance literature, mostly prose, and history of
ideas. I am presently working on the various forms the notion of the androgyne--
in its broadest sense-- takes in 16 century France.

Title: Welcome to Evelien Chayes!
Post by hck on 29.03.2010 at 12:31:47

Welcome to Evelien Chayes (chayes on this forum here)!


Quote:
Dr Evelien Chayes
Lecturer, Department of French Studies and Modern Languages,  
University of Cyprus
Associate researcher, Laboratoire Patrimoine-Littérature-Histoire  
ERASME, Université de Toulouse Le Mirail.
Aglantzias Avenue 12
PO Box 20537
1678 Nicosia
Cyprus

http://www.new.ucy.ac.cy/~evchayes.aspx
T: (+357) 22 89 43 72
F: (+357)  22 89 43 87

Title: Welcome to David Collins!
Post by hck on 31.03.2010 at 17:30:45

Welcome to David Collins (who is djc on this forum here)!

His contact information is as follows:

Quote:
Prof. David J. Collins, S.J., Ph.D.
History Department
Georgetown University
3700 O St. NW
Washington, DC
 USA   20057-1035

Title: Welcome to Axel Erdmann!
Post by hck on 01.04.2010 at 10:24:15

Welcome to Axel Erdmann (who is gilburga on this forum here)!

Title: Welcome to Michael V. Dougherty!
Post by hck on 26.04.2010 at 09:15:03

Welcome to Michael V. Dougherty (who is MVDougherty on this forum here)!

His contact information is as follows:

Quote:
Michael V. Dougherty, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Ohio Dominican University
1216 Sunbury Road
Columbus, OH 43219-2099 USA
(614) 251-4680

Title: Welcome to Una McIlvenna!
Post by hck on 03.05.2010 at 09:58:12

Welcome to Una McIlvenna (http://www.livesandletters.ac.uk/people/unamcilvenna) (who is McIlvenna on this forum here)!

She writes:

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Una McIlvenna
Centre for Editing Lives and Letters
Queen Mary, University of London

PhD title: Scandal and reputation at the female court of Catherine de' Medici

Title: Welcome to Jesús de Prado Plumed!
Post by hck on 14.05.2010 at 11:57:32

Welcome to Jesús de Prado Plumed (who is JotadePrado on this forum here!

He writes:

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I am affiliated with the Section des
Sciences Historiques et Philologiques, Ecole Pratique des Hautes
Etudes (Paris) and the Department of Hebrew and Aramaic Studies,
Universidad Complutense (Madrid) as a doctoral researcher.

I work on Spanish and Italian Hebraists in the first half of the
sixteenth century as well as with the codicology of Hebrew manuscripts
in the Early Modern Age and the relationship between manuscript and
printed books in the early days of the printing press.


Title: Welcome to Harm-Jan van Dam!
Post by hck on 08.06.2010 at 12:37:19

Welcome to Harm-Jan van Dam (http://www.let.vu.nl/nl/organisatie-van-de-faculteit/wetenschappelijk-personeel/medewerkers-alfabetisch/medewerkers-a-d/dr-h-j-van-dam/index.asp) (who is vanDam on this forum here).

Title: Welcome to David Rankine!
Post by hck on 08.07.2010 at 16:46:15

Welcome to David Rankine (who is DavidRankine on this forum here)!

He writes:

Quote:
My name is David Rankine, I am a freelance researcher and author with
a passion for the Renaissance, and have published a number of works on
the grimoires from that period. I found your site whilst conducting
some research on Abbot Trithemius, and thought it looked an excellent
resource and place to meet others with similar interests, and hence my
application.

Title: Welcome to Almási Zsolt!
Post by hck on 18.10.2010 at 12:20:23

Welcome to Almási Zsolt (who is zsalmasi on this forum here)!

He writes (i.a.):

Quote:
My field of interest covers Tudor
literature, philosophy and culture, and first and foremost reception history
(Aristotle, Scepticism, Machiavelli in Tudor England).

I'm a reader of Renaissance Literature at the Institute of British--American
Studies at Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Hungary.
http://www.btk.ppke.hu/information-on-studies/departments/institute-of-english-and-american-studies/faculty/faculty/zsolt-almasi.html

My Tudor studies blog may also be relevant:http://tudorstudies.blogspot.com/ My
Twitter-name: zsalmasi (https://twitter.com/zsalmasi)

Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by flissina on 10.02.2011 at 07:40:29

Hello forum members, my name is Felicity Harley-McGowan and I've just joined (username: flissina)

I'm a lecturer in Medieval Art at the University of Melbourne, but I also teach (and am interested in) Renaissance art and culture.
I'm particularly interested in classical antiquity and its *survival* through the Medieval period into the Renaissance

Title: Welcome to Harun Küçük (harunabi)
Post by hck on 19.05.2011 at 15:24:58

Welcome to Harun Küçük (who is harunabi on this forum here)!

He writes:

Quote:
B. Harun Küçük
Doctoral candidate at University of California, San Diego

I am surprised I did not hear about this list before. Part of my dissertation is about late 17C Aristotelianism.

Title: Welcome to Stefano Cracolici (s.cracolici)!
Post by hck on 17.08.2011 at 11:22:51


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Username: s.cracolici
Real Name: Stefano Cracolici
Call me: Stefano
Institutional affiliation: School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University
Contact information etc: see http://www.dur.ac.uk/mlac/italian/staff/display/?id=5067, please use the address: s.cracolici@gmail.com for contact. You can post this information in the new members thread.

---

Stefano Cracolici, PhD, MD
Reader in Italian
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Durham University
Elvet Riverside
New Elvet
Durham DH1 3JT
Tel: +44 (0)191 334-3466
Fax: +44 (0)191 334-3421
stefano.cracolici@durham.ac.uk

Title: Welcome to Anja-Silvia Goeing (agoeing)!
Post by hck on 23.09.2011 at 12:52:26

Welcome to Anja-Silvia Goeing, who is agoeing on this forum here!


Quote:
Dr. Anja-Silvia Goeing
Institutional Affiliation: Universitaet Frankfurt, Historisches Seminar

Title: Welcome to Alan Ford (AlanFord)!
Post by hck on 26.09.2011 at 13:50:18

Welcome to Alan Ford, who is AlanFord on this forum here!


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Alan Ford

Professor of Theology



Department of Theology                                                                            

University of Nottingham                                                                            

University Park                                                                                

Nottingham NG7 2RD                                                                                                    



URL:  http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/theology/people/alan.ford



Intellectual interests:

Early-modern Ireland and England, in particular religious and theological developments

History of universities

Apocalyptic

Religious hatred and sectarianism in Britain and Ireland



Recent publications:

'Past but still present: Edmund Borlase, Richard Parr and the reshaping of Irish history for English audiences in the 1680s', in Brian MacCuarta, ed., Reshaping Ireland 1550-1700 (Dublin, 2011), pp. 281-99.

''Making dead men speak': manipulating the memory of James Usher', in Mark Williams and Stephen Forrest, eds., Constructing the past: writing Irish history, 1600-1800 (Woodbridge, 2010), pp. 49-72.

James Ussher: theology, history, and politics in early-modern Ireland and England (Oxford, 2007).

'"Force and fear of punishment": protestants and religious coercion in Ireland, 1603–33', in Elizabethanne Boran and Crawford Gribben, eds., Enforcing reformation in Ireland and Scotland, 1550–1700 (Aldershot, 2006), pp. 91-130.

Alan Ford and John. McCafferty, eds., The origins of sectarianism in early-modern Ireland (Cambridge, 2005).

Title: Welcome to Karen Reeds (kmr)
Post by hck on 29.09.2011 at 10:13:17

Welcome to Karen Reeds (who is kmr on this forum here)!


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I'm a historian of Renaissance science and medicine and an independent exhibit curator.

Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by JanVanEyck on 02.03.2012 at 14:52:24

Username: JanVanEyck
Real Name: Karl Lydén
Institutional affiliation: The post-academic research institute Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht.

My project at the Jan van Eyck Academie concerns Michel Foucault's late lecture courses at Collčge de France, and I'm currently translating his "Le Gouvernement de soi et des autres" into Swedish. I'm an editor of Site Magazine, and despite the fact that the journal is rather devoted to contemporary philosophy (as well as art, cinema, and architecture), feel free to contact me through the forum if you have any suggestions for books to review or texts to submit.

Title: Re: Information about new members of this forum
Post by Florilector on 03.04.2012 at 11:40:59

Hello,

My User Name is Florilector, I am a Philosophy student at the LMU Munich.
You can find me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Florilector

Title: Welcome Florilector!
Post by hck on 03.04.2012 at 11:53:12


Florilector wrote:
Hello,

My User Name is Florilector, I am a Philosophy student at the LMU Munich.
You can find me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Florilector


Welcome here! I just started to follow you on twitter.

Title: Welcome to Frances Muecke  
Post by hck on 06.06.2012 at 09:08:13

Welcome to Frances Muecke, who is FJM on this forum here!  

She writes:

Quote:
http://sydney.edu.au/arts/classics_ancient_history/staff/profiles/frances_muecke.shtml

I am now working on Biondo Roma triumphans and I want to contact people with similar interests. You can publicise this info.
Frances Muecke  [ch9474] Department of Classics & Ancient History
School of Philosophical & Historical Inquiry [ch9474] Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Main Quadrangle A14 [ch9474] The University of Sydney [ch9474] NSW [ch9474] 2006
P + 61 2 9351 2672 [ch9474] F + 61 2 9351 3918 [ch9474]
W http://sydney.edu.au/arts/classics_ancient_history/  

Title: Welcome to Sara Miglietti!
Post by hck on 16.01.2014 at 09:22:27

Welcome to Sara Miglietti, who is s.o.miglietti on this forum here!

Information on her can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/study/csde/gsp/eportfolio/directory/pg/live/rsrmac/.

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