1. Educating a Renaissance

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    • City of Middletown (Ohio) Planning Commission, July 9, 2014, Part One

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      Recorded on July 9, 2014 at the Middletown City Building. The next regular session of Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, August 13, 2014.

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      • Shakespeare's Places

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        "Can this cock-pit hold / The vasty fields of France? Or may we cram / Within this wooden O the very casques / That did affright the air at Agincourt? / O pardon: since a crooked figure may / Attest in little place a million . . ." —Henry V, Prologue. 11-16 Physical, symbolic, and metaphorical spaces operate to define Shakespeare’s fictional worlds and the characters who inhabit them. But Shakespeare’s works and the idea of Shakespeare himself travel too, occupying different physical and metaphorical places in the cultures that include him. Whether the places we study are the settings for the plays, the physical space of the Renaissance playhouse, the places Shakespeare inhabits (both Renaissance and contemporary), or the ideological spaces created by the institution of the public theater, the rubric of place allows us to read Shakespeare’s works from multiple and mutually enriching perspectives. So, “screw your courage to the sticking-place” (Macbeth I.vii.66) and come join us as we explore the theme of place in Shakespeare! Three ASU faculty—Cora Fox, Bradley Ryner, Ian Moulton (ASU Poly), and alumna and Wright State faculty Carol Mejia-Laperle (PhD 2008)—discuss their work in relation to the theme of place and will take questions from the audience about place in Shakespeare. A special English Club reading!

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        • City of Middletown (Ohio) Planning Commission, July 9, 2014, Part Two

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          Recorded on July 9, 2014 at the Middletown City Building. The next regular session of Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, August 13, 2014.

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          • Louvre Abu Dhabi: Talking Art Series I: Painting in the Italian Renaissance: 2012

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            Painting in the Italian Renaissance 29 February 2012 HE Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh Advisor to Ministry of Presidential Affairs and Board Member of Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority Sophie Mouquin Director of Studies, Ecole du Louvre Laurence des Cars Curatorial Director, Agence France-Muséums

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            • Stephen Milner: The Information Economy of Renaissance Florence

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              “Fanno bandire, notificare, et expressamente comandare…”. The Information Economy of Renaissance Florence A lecture by Prof. Stephen Milner, University of Manchester Introduced by: Prof. Virginia Cox, New York University Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò New York University March 26, 2012

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              • ThinkTech-HVCA program on a Renaissance in Agriculture for Hawaii

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                The ThinkTech-HVCA luncheon program on a Renaissance in Agriculture in Hawaii presented at the Plaza Club on October 28, 2010 - Can there be a Renaissance in Agriculture for Hawaii

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                • Islamic Ceramics by Dr. Rosamund Mack

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                  This video is a taping of the topic "Islamic Ceramics" from the seminar "Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe." Conducted at the Freer and Sackler Galleries by Dr. Rosamund Mack, an Independent Scholar from Washington DC. “Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe,” a three-week summer institute for college and university teachers, scheduled for June 13 through July 2, 2010, at the University of Maryland, will interrogate pervasive views of the European Renaissance of the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries as a purely European rediscovery of Greco-Latin antiquity. Participants will consider much wider contact—traveling in both directions—between Renaissance Europe and the world of Islam. Furthermore, the seminar will demonstrate that the trade conducted by the Italian city-states was not exclusively an inheritance from the Roman Empire. Rather, it was also the legacy of the civilizations of the Mamluk and the Ottoman empires and their thriving systems of foreign trade. Those trading networks, in turn, became conduits for the export not only of products but also of ideas, scientific discoveries, and artistic exchange. This seminar will investigate that legacy.

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                  • The Road To Renaissance : Week 5 - "Creativity's Power", Pastor Ezequiel Velez

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                    Life is filled with setbacks, adversity and opposition. Our current situations put us far back in line for success. How does one find their way out? How does one make it back to the top? To close our series, we disclose five accomplishments of creativity. Allow your God given gift to flow, creativity to be released, and experience the power to success.

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                    • The Tradition of Travel by Dr. Judith E. Tucker, Part 2

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                      This video is a taping of the topic "The Tradition of Travel" from the seminar "Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe." Led by Dr. Judith E. Tucker from Georgetown University. Part 2 of 2. “Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe,” a three-week summer institute for college and university teachers, scheduled for June 13 through July 2, 2010, at the University of Maryland, will interrogate pervasive views of the European Renaissance of the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries as a purely European rediscovery of Greco-Latin antiquity. Participants will consider much wider contact—traveling in both directions—between Renaissance Europe and the world of Islam. Furthermore, the seminar will demonstrate that the trade conducted by the Italian city-states was not exclusively an inheritance from the Roman Empire. Rather, it was also the legacy of the civilizations of the Mamluk and the Ottoman empires and their thriving systems of foreign trade. Those trading networks, in turn, became conduits for the export not only of products but also of ideas, scientific discoveries, and artistic exchange. This seminar will investigate that legacy.

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