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Word, Image, and Ideology in Hapsburg Europe
Denver, October 19-21

 

EMIT 2006: Word, Image, and Ideology in Hapsburg Europe

Denver, October 19-21

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19

 

1:30 – 3:00 THE ART OF WAR:  ON THE HABSBURGS’ PATRONAGE

LOCATION: CU Building, Suite 150 (Executive Programs), at the corner of 14th and Larimer Sts.

-Deborah Cibelli:  “The Victories of Charles V in the Narrative Art of Francesco Salviati and Marteen van Heemskerck”

-María Antonia Garcés: “‘Grande amigo mío’: Cervantes and the Renegades”

-Ana Laguna: “Quixote, Charles V, and the Art of Self-glorification”

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3:00-3:20 Coffee

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3:20- 4:50 EKPHRASIS AT THE HABSBURGS’ COURT

LOCATION: CU Building Suite 150 (Executive Programs), at the corner of 14th St. and Larimer St.

-Olympia González: “Eros and Apolo: Recasting the Shadows of Erotic Art in the

            Service of a Royal Marriage”

-Ted E. McVay, Jr.: “The Kings of Aragon in Oil and Ink: Iconotextual Representation, Ekphrastic Visualization and Political Re-visioning”

-John Beusterien: “The Canine in Velázquez”

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6:00-7:00 Reception

LOCATION: North Classroom Building Atrium, 1200 Larimer St.

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7:00-8:30 Keynote Lecture by Frederick de Armas and Emilie Bergmann: “Baroque Exhibitionisms: Collages of the Word in Cervantes and Sor Juana.”

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, Rm. 1202

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20

          9:00  Breakfast   NC 1408

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9:30-10:30 THE COUNTER REFORMATION

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

Frederic Conrod: “The Allegorical Functions of the Monstrous in Gracian's Criticón: a Reaffirmation of Counter-Reformation Idolatry?”

Ignacio López Alemany: “Visual and Verbal Chronicles in The Travails of Persiles and Sigismunda

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10:30-10:50 Coffee Break, North Classroom Building, Rm. 1408

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10:50-12:20 CERVANTINE EKPHRASIS

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

-William Worden: “‘Pintada de malísima mano’: Bad Art in Don Quixote”

-Benjamin J. Nelson: “Staircase to Giants: Cervantes, Venice and the Scala dei Giganti”

-Steven Wagschal: “Digging Up the Past: Cervantes’s ‘Ballad of Jealousy’ as Emotional Archeology”

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12:20-2:00 Lunch

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2:00-3:30  THE VISUAL ACROSS DISCIPLINES

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

Margaret Marek: “Arts, Architecture, and Education in the Spanish Pastoral Book: Making Sense of the Liberal Arts”

John Slater: “The Phytological Aesthetic in the Spanish Baroque”

Kathleen Bollard: “Nature, Art, and Ekphrasis: The Fountain in La Diana

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3:30-3:50 Coffee, North Classroom Building, Rm. 1408

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3:50- 5:20  STAGING NATIONAL IMAGERIES 

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

Luis F. Aviles: “Political Spectators in Early Modern Spain

Juan P. Gil-Oslé: “Emblemática en la justa náutica de Cigarrales de Toledo

Diana de Armas Wilson “‘Nose of Turk’: Infidels, Converts, & Renegades in English Renaissance Drama”

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7:00 CENA DE HONOR

LOCATION: Il Fornaio, 1631 Wazee St. (around corner from Oxford Hotel)

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21

            8:30  Breakfast NC 1408

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9:00-10:00 BEYOND THE BAROQUE (I)

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

Mark Benassi: “The Role of Pseudotranslation in Political Satire of the 18th century”

Ian Reifowitz: “Images of Galician Nationalities in Stories of Village Life in Habsburg Galicia.”

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10:00-10:20 Coffee, North Classroom Building, Rm. 1408

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10:20-11:20 BEYOND THE BAROQUE (II)

LOCATION: North Classroom Building, 1200 Larimer St., Rm. 1402

Rosina Neginsky: “Occult in Literature in Habsburg Empire at the turn of the century.”

Kerry Wilks: “Camilo José Cela’s Los caprichos de Francisco de Goya y Lucientes: A Twentieth Century Construction of Renaissance Paragone”

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