William Stenhouse: "Concordant Truths from Early Christianity"
November 16, 2019
"Concordant Truths from Early Christianity" by William Stenhouse, Professor of History, Yeshiva University November 16, 2019 This lecture, presented at The Frick Collection, was part of a two-day symposium, 'Competing Truths: Art and the Objects of History after the Council of Trent' organized by the Italian Academy of Columbia University and The Frick Art Reference Library. Bringing together scholars and museum professionals to investigate how Italian art helped to formulate competing truths in the long aftermath of the Council of Trent and how the strategies of that era continue to affect our understanding of historical truth today.Links:
Selection from "Competing Truths"November 16, 2019
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30:49Pamela Jones: "Artistic Style, Christian Truth, & the Ugly Reality of the Poor"November 16, 2019
30:49Silvia Tita: "Restoring Truth: Uses and Abuses of Archeology in Establishing Primacy Among Papal Sites in the 1630s"November 16, 2019