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The Renaissance Court of Urbino


23 Mar 7pm-1am

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Journey with Ms. Warin and discover the lasting influence of the Court of Urbino on Governments and societies to the present time.

Reception at 6PM

Lecture at 7PM

Deborah Ross Warin, MALS '93, co-founder and co-director of The Renaissance Tour Company served as the former Director of Georgetown's Continuing Education and leader in higher education in previous positions as a director of the American Council on Education, assistant Vice President of Trinity University, and adviser to the European Council's Higher Education, Civil Responsibility and Democracy INitiative in Strasbourg, France. IN her forthcoming book, Battista Sforza and the Ducal Court of Urbino, she tells the rich story of the "Duke and Duchess of Urbino, Federico da Montefeltro and Battista Sforza, who were at the heart of a most brilliant court of their time - a court that reflected the apogee of artistic, intellectual, political, and humanitarian values during the Golden Age of the Renaissance."


Leavy Center Faculty Club

Georgetown University

Add to Calendar 2012-03-23 19:00 2012-03-23 01:00 America/New_York The Renaissance Court of Urbino Journey with Ms. Warin and discover the lasting influence of the Court of Urbino on Governments and societies to the present time. Reception at 6PM Lecture at 7PM Deborah Ross Warin, MALS '93, co-founder and co-director of The Renaissance Tour Company served as the former Director of Georgetown's Continuing Education and leader in higher education in previous positions as a director of the American Council on Education, assistant Vice President of Trinity University, and adviser to the European Council's Higher Education, Civil Responsibility and Democracy INitiative in Strasbourg, France. IN her forthcoming book, Battista Sforza and the Ducal Court of Urbino, she tells the rich story of the "Duke and Duchess of Urbino, Federico da Montefeltro and Battista Sforza, who were at the heart of a most brilliant court of their time - a court that reflected the apogee of artistic, intellectual, political, and humanitarian values during the Golden Age of the Renaissance." Leavy Center Faculty Club , Georgetown University MM/DD/YYYY