LANGUAGES OF INJURY IN LATE MEDIEVAL ITALY: Legal, Ethical, Visual & Literary Perspectives

June 9, 2018 | Author: A. Camozzi Pistoja | Category: Documents




30/4 -1/5 2018


Legal, Ethical, Visual & Literary Perspectives 30th April

Andrew Chen, Research Fellow, John’s College, University of Cambridge, Staging Enemies in Text and Image: Comforting Rituals in Emilia

The Old Library Pembroke College

2.30 p.m. Opening remarks

Cambridge, UK

Hannah Skoda, Professor of History, Felix Jäger, Doctoral Ass., Kunsthistorisches University of Oxford, Languages of Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut, The Injury in Late Medieval Universities Silence of the Sirens: Infamy and Political Giuliano Milani, Professor d’Histoire Reason in the Armor of the Negroli

- for info:

Dr A. Camozzi Pistoja

[email protected]

- to register:

£2 registration fee

[keynote access is free]

Sponsored by

Pembroke College

Keith Sykes Research Fund

3 p.m. Legal Perspectives

du Moyen Âge, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Impotenti, debitori,

Melissa Vise, Somsen Fellow, IRH, University of Wisconsin, Crimes Against Art: Blasphemy ladroni e usurai.  Fonti giudiziarie e in Fourteenth-Century Bologna fonti letterarie a confronto Lorenzo Caravaggi, DPhil History Candidate, Balliol College, University of Oxford, Rituals of Affront in the City and Contado: an Interpersonal Perspective (late XIII century)

11.15 a.m. Literary Perspectives

Maggie Fritz-Morkin, Assistant Professor of Italian, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, ‘Totum tribunal inplevit’: Petrarch, Cicero, and the Politics of Public Vomiting

5 p.m. Keynote Address

Cécile Le Lay, Maître de conférences de Langue et Littérature italiennes, Université Jean Justin Steinberg, Professor of Italian Moulin - Lyon 3, Funzione giuridica della Literature, University of Chicago The Artist and the Police Decameron 8.3 1st May 9.30 a.m. Visual Perspectives

maledizione: le ultime parole di Beatrice (Paradiso XXX, 139-148)

Ambrogio Camozzi Pistoja, Keith Sykes Fellow in Italian Studies, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, ‘Poesia Giocosa’ in Late Medieval Tuscany: Law and Art

Copyright © 2024 DOKUMEN.SITE Inc.