25
Oct

IE FOUNDATION HUMANITIES PRIZE 2018 AWARD CEREMONY

Written on October 25, 2018 by Administrador de IE Blogs in IE Foundation Humanities Prize, Video

24
Oct

IE Humanities Center is delighted to invite IE students to the stage play “Much Ado About Nothing” by  William Shakespeare.

They play has been produced by English Theatre Madrid.

If you want to attend to the play on Thursday 22 November at 8 pm please register here and enjoy the show.

Ticket Policy will be First Come, First Served.

Ticket expenses will be covered by IE Humanities Center

15
Oct

MARTES 23 DE OCTUBRE, DE 9:30H A 12:00H
AULA MAGNA DEL IE BUSINESS SCHOOL (C/ María de Molina, 11 – 28006 Madrid)

09h15 APERTURA DE PUERTAS

09h30 BIENVENIDA

Diego Alcázar Benjumea, Vicepresidente de IE

09h45 INTRODUCCIÓN

S.E. Yves Saint-Geours, Embajador de Francia en España

José María Segovia, Presidente de Diálogo

09h35 INAUGURACIÓN

Pedro Duque, Ministro de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades

10h00 “INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL Y AVANCE INDUSTRIAL”

Pedro Casablanca, Director de Operaciones de Pernod Ricard España

Alberto Croso, Director de Ingeniería de Prosegur

Nicolas Loupy, Director General Iberia de Dassault Systèmes

Modera: Borja González del Regueral, Vicedecano de Data Science and Technology

de IE School of Human Sciences and Technology

10h45 PAUSA CAFÉ

11h15 “ÉTICA Y PROGRESO EN LA ERA DIGITAL”

Virginie Molinier, Abogada Socia de M&B Abogados

Stéphane Canu, Profesor del INSA de Rouen Normandie

Javier Rodríguez-Alcázar, Profesor de Filosofía Moral de la Universidad de Granada

Modera: Susana Torres, Profesora y Directora Académica de Humanidades de IE

 

Para asistir por favor regístrese aquí

4
Oct

IE students Exhibition “Boundless Localisms”

Written on October 4, 2018 by Administrador de IE Blogs in Arts & Cultures & Societies

IE Creativity Center officially invites all IE community to the opening of “Boundless Localisms” Exhibition starting October 4 to December 15. Alberto Fernández Hurtado (Segovia, 1975) has led workshops with IE students since November 2016 at the Creativity Center. Together, they built a boundless universe of learning. Each localism (nationality, background…) influenced the other. The exhibition’s purpose is to offer a glance at a storyline about overcoming challenges, the influence on others as well as the making of a community beyond preconceptions. Find more details herehttps://buff.ly/2Iykig4

3
Oct

On the occasion of the 800th Anniversary of the Convent of Sta. Cruz La Real (Segovia)

Segovia, 10-12 June 2019

Abstract: The model of the birth of universities in Europe has long been established taken as a model the developments that occurred in continental Western Europe particularly as a result of well-known processes: the Carolingian Renaissance, the vernacularisation of culture, the increasing relevance of cities, the empowerment of new social groups. Nevertheless, in large parts of what today is considered Europe, let alone Eurasia, the social and intellectual factors that defined this emergence of universities were often not present, or not all of them. In areas where the process of Christianization, and sometimes also literacy, had taken place later, or where the role of monasteries as the only centres of learning and literary activity lasted longer, or where a more or less permanent warfare existed, or where the adequate social environment had not yet been developed, the scriptoria and the libraries of monasteries and convents kept learning and cultural traditions for longer, often against all odds.

The aim of the present conference is to discuss and analyse, among others, aspects and questions such as:

  • What was the role of royal patronage in pushing forward this model of transmission of knowledge?
  • What is the impact of manuscript techniques (vis à vis the printing press) in the intellectual history of these areas?
  • How did the monastic environment conform the literary/philosophical/scientific/theological canon?
  • What was the educational role of these institutions?
  • How the knowledge transmitted was censored or slanted, if it was?
  • What social impact did these monastic learning communities have in their respective social environments?
  • How was the process of creation of universities in these areas, when and by whom?
  • In which respects, if in any, were nunneries different from the male counterparts?

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