It's a Riot! Spaces and Images of Protest, from the Renaissance to the Modern Day
The series is organised by Dr Guido Rebecchini (Courtauld Institute) and Filippo de Vivo (Birkbeck, University of London).
9 October 2017: Professor Peter Burke (University of Cambridge), 'Protest on the Piazza: Early Modern Revolts and a Few Later Ones'
6 November 2017: Professor Samuel Cohn (University of Glasgow), 'City walls, piazze, hoods, flags, and bells: The Topography of Late Medieval Protest'
13 November 2017: Professor Maartje van Gelder (University of Amsterdam), 'From Graffiti to Riots: Contested Space in the Renaissance City'
27 November 2017: Professor Ilaria Favretto (Kingston University), 'Protest in Movement: Marching in the Modern City'
4 December 2017: Professor Eric de Chassey (INHA, Paris), 'What Punk does to Art History/What Art History does to Punk'
All lectures begin at 6pm and take place in the Kenneth Clark
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