Art and Literature in Dante's Tuscany

Art and Literature in Dante's Tuscany
Public Lectures now online

This series of lectures was part of the Discovering Dante season of public events held in Leeds in Autumn 2009. The lectures aim to offer an accessible introduction to aspects of Dante's work, and of the art of his day. The lectures are now available online.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you have any comments on the lectures: please email us at m.treherne@leeds.ac.uk, or at c.e.honess@leeds.ac.uk.

Wednesday, 14 October 2009
Public Lecture (i): Introduction to Dante
Claire Honess (University of Leeds)
To watch this lecture, click here (streamed file)

Wednesday, 21 October 2009
Public Lecture (ii): Duccio and the Flowering of Sienese Art
Matthew Treherne (University of Leeds)

Wednesday, 28 October 2009
Public Lecture (iii): Giotto di Bondone and Florentine Narrative Painting
Matthew Treherne (University of Leeds)
To watch this lecture, click here (streamed file)

Wednesday, November 2009
Public Lecture (iv): Dante and the Vision of Paradise
Claire Honess (University of Leeds)
To watch this lecture, click here (streamed file)

We are grateful to Lucy Parkin for filming and editing these lectures.