Workshop: "The Death of Pietro Paolo Boscoli" by Dr. Alison Frazier, UT History Dept.
Mon, September 14, 2009 • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM • GAR 4.100
A workshop presented by Dr. Alison Frazier, Associate Professor, UT Austin, and IHS Fellow.
Responder to be announced.
Open to the public. RSVP required. To reserve your lunch and receive a copy of the pre-circulate paper, please e-mail Courtney Meador by 9 a.m., Friday, Sept. 11.
Dr. Frazier is the author of Possible Lives: Authors and Saints in Renaissance Italy (Columbia University Press, 2005), which won the Gordon Prize from the Renaissance Society of America for the best book in Renaissance Studies in 2006.
Among several forthcoming works, Dr. Frazier is currently working on “Candiano Bollani’s Hexameral Commentary,” an article from her book-project tentatively titled The Beginning of the World in the Italian Renaissanceon fifteenth-century approaches to Genesis 1-3.
Professor Frazier, who earned the President’s Associates Teaching Excellence Award in 2003, teaches courses on the Italian Renaissance 1350-1550 and Saints’ Lives as Historical Sources, which focuses is on Christianity to 1700 with attention to precedents and analogies in Judaism and Islam.