Conferences/colloquia/seminars/lectures

RSA ’10: Venice

Okay, the program for the Renaissance Society of America meeting next week in Venice is something like 700 pages long, so I’m not going to scour it for every possible paper that might be of interest to us. But I will mention full panels on the Iberian world. Here they are:  

Thursday, 8 April 2010
9:00–10:30

   

Fondazione Cini – Sala Bianca
ITALIAN INFLUENCE IN COLONIAL LATIN AMERICAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE I 

  

Sponsor: RENAISSANCE STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, THE GRADUATE CENTER  

Co-Organizers:
ELOISE QUIÑONES KEBER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, THE GRADUATE CENTER,
PENNY C. MORRILL, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 

Chair & Respondent:
CLARE FARAGO, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER

SUSAN VERDI WEBSTER, COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY
The Conquest of Italian Architecture: Andean Masters and the Construction of Colonial Quito  

ÁNGEL JULIÁN GARCÍA-ZAMBRANO, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE MORELOS
Baldachini
: A Unifying Element of the Renaissance in Colonial Mexico    

LOISE QUIÑONES KEBER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, THE GRADUATE CENTER
Italian Collectors, Mexican Possessions   

  

 

 

  

 

CHRISTA IRWIN, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, THE GRADUATE CENTER
Italian Mannerism in Lima: The South American Careers of Bernardo Bitti, Matteo da Leccio, and Angelino Medoro 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, 8 April 2010 

9:00–10:30 

Università Ca’ Foscari – Palazzo Malcanton-Marcorà – Third Floor – Dipartimento di Storia 

d’Arte 

EARLY MODERN READERS AND READINGS OF SPANISH BEST-SELLERS 

Organizer & Chair:  

RONALD SURTZ,

PRINCETON U

NIVERSITY 

L 

UCIA BINOTTI,

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL H

ILL 

Reading  

Cárcel de amor

in Italy, 1514–46 

DENISE FILIOS, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 

Rewriting the Crónica del rey Rodrigo in the Romancero 

 

Thursday, 8 April 2010

2:30–4:00

Palazzo Grimani

F

EMALE AUTHORSHIP AND AUTHORITY: MORAL, INTELLECTUAL, AND RELIGIOUS TEXTS IN

E

ARLY MODERN SPAIN AND THE NEW WORLD

Sponsor:

SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EARLY MODERN WOMEN (EMW)

Organizer:

MONTSERRAT PÉREZ-TORIBIO, WHEATON COLLEGE

Chair:

ELVIRA VILCHES, NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

D

OMINGO LEDEZMA, WHEATON COLLEGE

A Female Example of Virtue in a Male World: The Life of Saint Theoctiste of Lesbos in Pedro

Gobeo’s

Peregrinación y Naufragio (1610)

A

NNE J. CRUZ, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

Examen de Ingenio: A New Look at Oliva Sabuco’s

Nueva Filosofía de la naturaleza delhombre

 

M

 

ONTSERRAT PÉREZ-TORIBIO, WHEATON COLLEGE

Libro de las alabanzas y excelencias de la Gloriosa Santa Ana: Valentina Pinelo’s Recovery of

the Figure of Saint Anne

 

R

 

OSILIE HERNÁNDEZ-PECORARO, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO

Secular Spanish Women Writers and the (Mis)Use of Female Religious Symbols.

 

Thursday, 8 April 2010

2:30–4:00

Università Ca’ Foscari – San Basilio – Aula 1F

L

OOKING FORWARD, LOOKING BACK: EMPIRES IN VENETIAN AND IBERIAN EPICS

Organizer:

 

MARIA GALLI STAMPINO, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

Chair:

 

TOBIAS GREGORY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA

V

 

INCENT BARLETTA, STANFORD UNIVERSITY

“Death and Suffering I Sing”: Luis Pereira and the Epic of Lost Empire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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