Marco Polo Research : Past, Present, Future

Un colloque va se tenir les 10 et 11 octobre prochains à Tübingen :

Marco Polo Research : Past, Present, Future

Programme :

Tue, 10.10.2017

8:00 Welcome Address by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Leonhardt, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Tübingen

Introduction Hans Ulrich Vogel, Ulrich Theobald

8:15-9:15 Past Researches, Current Work, and Future Investigations on the «Devisement du monde» of Marco Polo, Philippe Ménard

Coffee Break 9:15-9:45

  1. «Le Divisement dou monde»: Transmission and Stylistic Issues of the Text(s)

[Chair: Helen Wang]

9:45-10:15 The Textual Transmission of the «Devisement dou monde»: Old Problems and New Insights, Alvise Andreose

10:15-11:40 On the Way to an Integral Edition of the Book of Marco Polo: A First Attempt to Create a Digital Version, Eugenio Burgio, Mario Eusebi, Samuela Simion

Discussion (30 min)

12:15-14:15 Lunch Break at Vesuvio/Schnitzelmeister, Dorfstraße 1

[Chair: Michel Quereuil?]

14:15-14:45 “Déviations”: «Le Devisement dou monde» and the World Empire of Letters, Sharon Kinoshita

14:45-15:15 Who Read Marco Polo’s Book and why ? Christine Gadrat

15:15-15:45 The Illuminated Manuscripts: Words and Images in Establishing a Late Pattern of Perception of the Theme of Oriental Travelling, Marcello Ciccuto

15:45-16:10 Discussion (25 min)

Coffee Break 16:10-16:30

[Chair: NN]

16:30-17:00 Literary Styles in the «Devisement du Monde», Danièle James-Raoul

17:00-17:30 Persia – A Strategical Place in the «Devisement du monde»: Order and Disorder in the Progress of the Narrative, Michèle Guéret-Laferté

17:30-18:00 Exotism in Marco Polo’s Accounts, with a Focus on his Return from Asia, Dominique Boutet

18:00-18:30 Discussion (30 min)

Wed, 11.10.2017

Marco Polo, his Reports and his Time

Beginning: 9:00

[Chair: NN]

9:00-9:30 Marco Polo on Nestorianism, Tang Li

9:30-10:00 The Ancestors of Marco’s Marvels: Mirabilia mundi in Latin Travel Reports of the 13th Century, Johannes Gießauf

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

[Chair: NN]

10:30-11:00 On Yuan Dynasty Money, Helen Wang

11:00-11:30 The Military System of the Yuan Dynasty, Ulrich Theobald

11:30-12:00 Discussion (20 min)

12:00-14:00 Lunch break at Tulsi Palace, Wilhelmstraße 88

[Chair: NN]

14:00-14:30 Three Mongolian Toponyms of Marco Polo’s Cambaluc, Dang Baohai

14:30-15:00 On the Custom of Sexual Hospitality in Marco Polo’s the Description of the World Luo Wei

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

[Chair: Theobald]

15:30-16:00 Marco Polo’s Crouching Dragons and Hidden Tigers, Hans Ulrich Vogel

16:00-16.30 The Description of the City of Quinsai in the Early Tradition of the «Devisement dou monde», Guiseppe Mascherpa

16:30-17:00 Tibet in the Major Versions of Marco Polo, Michel Quereuil

17:00-17:30 Discussion (30 min)

Final Discussion Hans Ulrich Vogel, Alvise Andreose

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