Timothy Brennan, professor of comparative literature, cultural studies, and English at the University of Minnesota, discusses the philosophical showdown between Giambattista Vico and his near-contemporary Baruch Spinoza, and what it reveals about current debates over empire and democracy. The event was sponsored by the School of Criticism and Theory.
Original recordings of Leo Strauss's lectures on Vico during the autumn quarter of 1963 at the University of Chicago. There were 17 sessions in total, with audio recordings available for 15. Transcripts of all the lectures except for 8, 10, and 16 are available HERE
A collection of articles published about various aspects of Vico's work by Emanuel L. Paparella.
Full-text of articles from the 2008 symposium, "Recalling Vico's Lament: The Role of Prudence and Rhetoric in Law and Legal Education."