Mobility and space (programme)

Le programme du colloque Mobility and space in late Medieval and early Modern Europe, dont l’appel à communication a été relayé ici, vient d’être publié :

Il se tiendra les 23-24 juin 2017 à Oxford, au Radcliffe Humanities Building.

DAY ONE – Friday 23rd June
9.30 – 10.00 Registration
10.00 – 10.15 Welcome
10.15 – 11.15 1st Keynote Lecture
Mario Damen (University of Amsterdam) Listing Space and Mobility in the Late Medieval Low
Countries
11.15 – 11.30 Tea & Coffee
11.30 – 13.00 Session 1: Concepts and Paradigms (chair: John Watts, University of Oxford)
• Tom Pettitt (University of Southern Denmark) Negotiating Ways and Bounds: Connective vs.
Demarcative Spatial Construction in Pre-Modern Culture
• Luca Scholz (Stanford University) Movement. Some Thoughts on the Uses and Abuses of an Analytic Concept

• Caterina di Fazio (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne – Charles University in Prague) Freedom of Movement and the Institution of Political Space
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch (provided)
14.00 – 16.00 Session 2: Fluid Spaces (chair: Peter Spufford, University of Cambridge)
• Miriana Carbonara (University of East Anglia) On Border and Fluidity: a Paradox between
Representation and Spatial Practices
• Hannes Ziegler (German Historical Institute London) Illicit Transgressions and Coastal Space in late 17th and early 18th century Britain
• Benedetta Crivelli (Bocconi University) Defining Commercial Spaces: People, Products and Financial Resources across Maritime Frontiers (16th and 17th centuries)
• Mirko Sardelić (Croatian Academy of Science and Arts – University of Western Australia) Renaissance Ships in the Adriatic: Mobile Cross-Cultural Systems
16.00 – 16.30 Tea & Coffee
16.30 – 18.00 Session 3: Objects and Sounds across Frontiers (chair: TBC)
• Marcus Meer (Durham University) ‘Mobiliora sunt nobiliora’: The Appropriation of Space and Status through Heraldic Graffiti of Medieval German Townspeople
• Doron Bauer (Florida State University) and Elena Paulino (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz) The Macrocosmos within the Microcosmos: Domestic Spaces as Visions of the World in Late Medieval and Early Modern Majorca
• Florence Hazrat (University of Geneva) Of Minstrels and Men: Music and Mobility in Early Modern Europe

18.00 – 19.00 Drinks Reception (open to all attendees)
19.30 – 21.00 Conference Dinner (for speakers and chairs)

DAY TWO – Saturday 24th June
9.15 – 10.15 2nd Keynote Lecture
Rosa Salzberg (University of Warwick) Venice’s Floating World: Mobility and Space in a Renaissance
City
10.15 – 10.30 Tea & Coffee
10.30 – 12.00 Session 4: Spaces of Mobility (chair: Peregrine Horden, Royal Holloway – University of London)
• Daniel Maudlin (University of Plymouth) The Inn at the Intersection of Space, Mobility and Material Culture, 1397-1782
• Saskia Beranek (University of Pittsburgh) Portraiture and Experience in the Social Space of the Early Modern Dutch Court
• Jean-Dominique Delle Luche (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Unwilling Commuters: Shooting Stands, Petitions and Territorial Administration in the Duchy of Württemberg (second half of the 16th century)
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch (provided)
13.00 – 15.00 Session 5: Performances and Representations (chair: Nicholas Davidson, University of Oxford )
• Natalia Petrovskaia (Utrecht University) Gerald of Wales and World Geography
• Alex Cuadrado (Columbia University) Imagined Pilgrimages in Petrarch’s Itinerarium
• Euan Robson (University College London) Performing the Cathedral: Space, Ritual and
Imagination in The Rites of Durham
• James Hall (University of Southampton) Michelangelo and the Processional Crucifixion
15.00 – 15.30 Tea & Coffee
15.30 – 17.00 Session 6: Moving to and through the city (chair: Eliza Hartrich, University of Sheffield)
• Charlotte Berry (Institute of Historical Research –University of London) ‘Though I be a foreign my master is a freeman’: mobile lives, marginal neighbourhoods and social marginality in London, 1470-1530.
• Beatrice Saletti (University of Trieste and Udine) Entering the City: the Arrival of Foreigners in Late Medieval Bologna
• Martina Pranic (Charles University in Prague) Performing the City: Space and Mobility in Early
Modern Dubrovnik

Toutes les informations, y compris l’inscription, sont disponibles ici.

Les résumés des interventions sont consultables en ligne.


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