June 12th: Lecture Mark Salber Phillips

It is our pleasure to invite you to a lecture that will be given on
FRIDAY, 12 JUNE by Prof. Dr. Mark Salber Phillips (Carleton University).
Prof. Phillips will talk about “Historical Distance and History Painting”.
He will talk about his methodological approach and he will give us a glimpse
of his new work on history painting. The lecture will take place in BLANDIJN
2, ROOM 100.072 AT 3 P.M.

Prof. Phillips is currently Professor at the Department of History.
He has published extensively on the subject of historical distance and 18th
century history writing and sentimentality. His current interests are,
amongst others, philosophy of history and historiography, intellectual
history, the relation between historical distance and revolutions, and
European historical thought in the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and the
late-twentieth century.

We most cordially invite you to attend this lecture. The lecture is
open to anyone interested.
PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE BY THURSDAY JUNE 11 BY
SENDING AN E-MAIL TO SARAH.PARDON@UGENT.BE.

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