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Venetian Seminar 2014

Venetian Seminar

 

10 May 2014

Senate House, Room 261 (2nd floor)

Royal Holloway, University of London

 

10.30  Coffee 

11-12.30 

Mary Laven (Cambridge) – ‘Materializing piety: The Renaissance rosary in Venice and beyond’

Robert Maniura (Birkbeck) – ‘Miracles and material culture: The view from Tuscany’

Discussion

Chair:  Sandra Cavallo (RHUL)

12.30  Lunch break

2-3.30 

Natalie Lussey (Edinburgh) – ‘One press, many genres: Charting the production of the Vavassore workshop and its Venetian context c. 1515-c. 1593’

Sabrina Minuzzi (Verona) – ‘Quick to say quack. Men, silent women and secrets from the household to the apothecary’s shop in early modern Venice’

Discussion

Chair:  Stefano Jossa (RHUL)

3.30  Tea

4-5.30 

Erin Maglaque (Oxford) – ‘Venetian humanism in the stato da mar’

Laura Moretti (St Andrews) – ‘Collection, display and performance in sixteenth-century Italy: The palace of Mario Bevilacqua in Verona’

Discussion

Chair:  Jane Everson (RHUL)

The Venetian Seminar is a peripatetic one-day workshop which has a long history of bringing together scholars of history, art history, literature and linguistics who study Venice and Italy. It is convened on a yearly basis by Alex Bamji (Leeds), Filippo de Vivo (Birkbeck), and Mary Laven (Cambridge). The Seminar brings together established scholars, early career researchers, and postgraduate students in a format designed to promote awareness of the latest research in the field, and to maximise discussion. This year’s seminar is hosted by Sandra Cavallo, Jane Everson and Stefano Jossa. We are grateful for the support of the Humanities and Arts Research Centre and the Centre for the Study of the Body and Material Culture, Royal Holloway, University of London.

There is no registration fee, and refreshments will be provided. Due to the limited capacity of the venue, please email a.bamji@leeds.ac.uk if you plan to attend. ALL WELCOME.

 

   
 
 
 

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