ah yes, you're quite right. My medieval prejudices kicking in - Bologna process can be backdated forever. stoa as precursor to arcades and flaneurs is nicely peripatetic.
walk on the wild side? (another of my favourites)
From: Curating digital art - www.crumbweb.org on behalf of Myron Turner
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Subject: Re: [NEW-MEDIA-CURATING] Exclusivity and Heresy | Alternative academic criteria
I think you give Christiantiy too much credit here. I would start with
Philosophy and Rhetoric in the Stoa.
Sally Jane Norman wrote:
Hmmm - benighted systems without arts teaching: intensity and length of
daylight varies hugely across our institutions. Wasn't teaching first
instated through Charlemagne's cathedral schools in order to build an
educated class capable of running his empire?