Raphael was a prominent member of a network that would have a dramatic impact on cultural history, including the most prominent humanists and antiquarians of the period. During this course we will look at the way Antiquity was interpreted by Raphael and his peers, and at the reception of Raphael’s antiquity by subsequent generations. Most of all we will discuss and visit the Roman works of the master himself, in painting, drawing, architecture and antiquarian scholarship.
An interdisciplinary course on how pre-existent imaginaries of fascism(s) and populism(s) are reshaped and remediated to construct collective identities.
KNIR Colloquium by Maria Bonaria Urban (KNIR), Monica Jansen (UU), Reindert Dhondt (UU)