This tuition-free NSF Chautauqua short course led by Ralph Davis of Albion College will be held in midtown Manhattan on June 1-3 and will draw on recent historical scholarship to explore various images of Leonardo and reflect on his role in both his time and ours. It will also present a rich assortment of historical facts, cultural perspectives, stories, analogies, and illustrations of a remarkable individual suitable for classroom use in the sciences and other disciplines. Applications will be available soon on the web site, but details will be sent now to persons requesting them. Advanced graduate students may also participate in this course.
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