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020    9780520296985|q(paperback : alk. paper) 
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050 00 N72.S3|bR46 2019 
082 00 701/.0509409031|223 
245 00 Renaissance futurities :|bscience, art, invention /
       |cedited by Charlene Villaseñor Black and Mari-Tere 
264  1 Oakland, California :|bUniversity of California Press,
300    x, 238 pages :|billustrations (some color) ;|c23 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction. The future is now: reflections on art, 
       science, futurity / Charlene Villaseñor Black and Mari-
       Tere Álvarez -- Moon shot: from renaissance imagination to
       modern reality / Mari-Tere Álvarez -- Machines in the 
       garden / Jessica Riskin -- Inventing interfaces: Camillo's
       memory theater and the renaissancer of human-computer 
       interaction / Peter Matussek -- Futurities, empire, and 
       censorship: Cervantes in conversation with Ovid and Orwell
       / Frederick A. de Armas -- Anticipating the future: 
       Leonardo's unpublished anatomical and mathematical 
       observations / Morteza Gharib, Francis C. Wells, with Mari
       -Tere Álvarez -- Medicine as a hunt: searching for the 
       secrets of the new world / William Eamon -- The half-life 
       of blue / Charlene Villaseñor Black -- 'Ingenuity' and 
       artists' ways of knowing / Claire Farago 
520    "Renaissance Futurities considers the intersections 
       between artistic rebirth, the new science, and European 
       imperialism in the global early modern world. Charlene 
       Villaseñor Black and Mari-Tere lvarez take as inspiration 
       the work of Renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci (1452-
       1519), prolific artist and inventor, and other polymaths 
       such as philosopher Giulio "Delminio" Camillo (1480-1544),
       physician and naturalist Francisco Hernández de Toledo 
       (1514-1587), and writer Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616). 
       This concern with futurity is inspired by the Renaissance 
       itself, a period defined by visions of the future, as well
       as by recent theorizing of temporality in Renaissance and 
       Queer Studies. This transdisciplinary volume is at the 
       cutting edge of the humanities, medical humanities, 
       scientific discovery, and avant-garde artistic expression"
       --Provided by publisher 
650  0 Art and science|xForecasting 
650  0 Art and science|zEurope|y16th century 
650  0 Art and science|zEurope|y15th century 
700 1  Black, Charlene Villaseñor,|d1962-|eeditor 
700 1  Álvarez, Mari-Tere,|eeditor 
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