[Blueboard] Two Lectures and a Map Exhibit: Belgian Contributions

atugado at ateneo.edu atugado at ateneo.edu
Tue Feb 15 15:56:00 PHT 2005


The Royal Belgian Embassy in the Philippines
in cooperation with the School of Humanities of the Loyola Schools
Ateneo de Manila University

in celebration of 175 years of Belgian Independence

warmly invite everyone to these events:

A MAP EXHIBIT
from 18 February through 31 March 2005 at the Pardo de Tavera Room, Rizal
Library
"Putting the Philippines on the Map: The Belgian Contribution from the
16th  to the 21st Century" featuring antique maps from the Juana M.
Garcia and Natividad G. Fajardo Collection as well as satellite maps from
the Environmental Science for Social Change of the Ateneo de Manila
Univeristy. For more details on this exhibit, please check out the
following website:
http://www.ateneo.edu/news.php?office_id=1&news_id=2110


LECTURES
by  Dr. Steven Vanden Broecke
Professor, Catholic University of Brussels

"Astrology and Cosmology in Early Modern Europe: Some New Perspectives"
Ching Tan Rm, John Gokongwei School of Management
Ateneo de Manila, Loyola Heights Campus
Monday, 21 February 2005, 4:30 to 6:00 P.M.

and

"The Discipline of Cartography in the Low Countries of the Renaissance"
Escaler Hall, Science Education Complex
Ateneo de Manila, Loyola Heights Campus
Wednesday. 23 February 2005, 4:30 to 6:00 P.M.

Steven Vanden Broecke, Ph.D. (2000) in History, University of Leuven, was
formerly a Fellow in the Department of the History of Science, Medicine,
and Technology at The Johns Hopkins University. His research and teaching
interests include European science, religion, and the occult in the late
medieval and early modern periods.

The lectures are presented by the Ministry of the Flemish Community of
Belgium and the Royal Belgian Embassy in the Philippines and co-sponsored
by the Philosophy & History Departments of the Loyola Schools.

For inquiries and confirmation of attendance to the lectures, please
contact the Office of the Dean, School of Humanities, tel. no. 426-6001
loc. 5301.

Thank you.



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