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Sara graduated from Warwick in after three deeply enriching years during which she was the grateful recipient of a DARO scholarship, funded by the Warwick alumni. Since , this project has brought several Warwick PhD students and staff members to Hopkins, and vice versa, for week- and month-long visits that have strengthened the ties between the two institutions. Sara hopes that this will be the start of a long and fruitful partnership between her alma mater and her new institutional home.
Warwick eportfolio last updated While at the centre, he developed his keen interest in Shakespeare by exploring the playwright's work in a European context. We had excellent lectures from both Warwick staff and visiting academics which were stimulating and opened up areas for further study.
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I learnt a great deal, developed my research skills and extended my interests which have remained with me ever since. I also enjoyed attending conferences which were not only full of fascinating information, they also brought the opportunity to make contacts and immerse myself in the academic world. I am still attending lectures and conferences over a decade later. While I was at Warwick, I made the most of the superb sports and arts facilities, as well as the excellent Language Centre; I also attended Italian classes.
Of course, the social life was great too! During my postgraduate studies, MA in Classics at the University of Munich, I decided to take an intercalated year in order to embark on the "MA in Culture of the European Renaissance" at Warwick University in - a decision I can warmly recommend to anybody. The MA at the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance offers a precious interdisciplinary approach to Renaissance studies in their multifaceted and intriguingly vast entirety.
The sessions of the Core Module provide an efficient survey of the most important aspects of Renaissance culture and whet the appetite to learn more and delve into further research, which can be elaborated through various essays that must be written during the modules. When I first applied to attend a PhD program at the University of Warwick, I was a mature professor around fifty years old, who had a well-built teaching career but was still very curious and willing to learn.
I had long dreamt of researching about the set design and staging techniques used to perform early operas I teach a course on introduction to opera at Loyola University of Chicago JFRC and Warwick gave me the possibility to fulfil my wishes. I have gained my PhD thanks to professors David Lines and Margaret Shewring, who have been generous and helpful supervisors.
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