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Dr. Jeffrey Glodzik Chosen for CIC Summer Seminar

June 13, 2022
Dr. Jeffrey Glodzik Chosen for CIC Summer Seminar

Dr. Jeffrey Glodzik Chosen for CIC Summer Seminar

Buffalo, New York – June 13, 2022

By, Corey Nash

Dr. Jeffrey Glodzik, Associate Professor of History in the Department of Humanities, is one of 20 scholars from across the US that was selected to participate in the Council of Independent Colleges’ seminar entitled, “Critical Making: Knowledge and Art in the Early Modern Globe, C. 1400–1660.” The seminar will be held at Oberlin College’s Allen Memorial Art Museum, June 20–24, 2022. The seminar is designed to invigorate teaching by enhancing faculty knowledge about the materials used in creating art and the ideas conveyed by the art itself. As a scholar of the Renaissance, Dr. Glodzik will benefit especially from refining his understanding of the process by which art was created in the Renaissance world and the varied meanings the art intended to express. He will be able to incorporate the art in his undergraduate History and Health Humanities courses and enhance the educational experience of D'Youville students. Furthermore, his studies at the seminar will provide a foundation for integrating art into his research on Renaissance Rome.

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