Francisco Malta Romeiras, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, participates at text-based workshop on November 14 at Harvard University. The presentation is part of the two-day event “Pre-Modern Sciences & Religion,” a workshop hosted by Harvard Divinity School’s Science, Religion, and Culture program. Other participants are
- Nicholas Boylston, Harvard University
- Vincenzo Carlotta, HU Berlin
- Steven Harvey, Bar-Ilan University
- Katja Krause, Harvard University
- Hannah Marcus, Harvard University
- Omer Michaelis, Tel Aviv University
- Nicola Polloni, Durham University
Harvey and Ahmed Ragab of Harvard will lead the workshop’s discussions.
Malta Romeiras has entitled his presentation “The Tridentine Rules and the Censorship of Scientific Books in Early Modern Europe.” He comes to the Institute from the Universidade de Lisboa, and his research interests include the history of science in Portugal, the history of Jesuit science and education, and the history of book censorship. More details about his work and about the Institute’s in-residence fellowships are available online.
The Science, Religion, and Culture program “conducts interdisciplinary research and convenes forums to inform public and scholarly conversations on the interaction of scientific, religious, and cultural constructs around the world.” To learn more, visit the program’s website at projects.iq.harvard.edu/srcp/home.