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Baroque Routes Newsletter - Issue 1 [PDF]

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Calendar
Notices
Exam Timetable: January 2018
Timetable for the January 2018 exam session.
IIBS represented at International Conference
The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta was represented at the seventh international conference of the London Centre for the Study of the Crusades, the Military Religious Orders and the Latin East.
Academic Year 2017/18 - Time Table
Time-Table for Semester 1 - Academic year 2017/18
Latest issue of the Journal of Baroque Studies
The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta published the first issue of the second volume of The Journal of Baroque Studies.
Award for paper in Journal of Baroque Studies
A paper authored by Mevrick Spiteri and Daniel Borg in the third issue of the Journal of Baroque Studies, published by the International Institute for Baroque Studies, was awarded the “MHS Emerging Scholarly Article for 2016” by the Malta Historical Society. 
Lines of Defence
The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta and Malta Libraries are pleased to announce the launch of a new publication entitled Lines of Defence - Fortification Drawings of the Baroque Age at the National Library of Malta
Information for Pretertiary Students
Information for prospective students reading for a Pretertiary Certificate in Baroque Architecture
 
 
Last Updated: 6 July 2016

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