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HistAntArtSI - Historical Memory, Antiquarian Culture, Artistic Patronage: Social Identities in the Centres of Southern Italy between the Medieval and Early Modern Period
news 27/11/2014 - 28/11/2014

HistAntArtSI workshop

Naples, Biblioteca BRAU, Sala del Refettorio

The role of the new humanist philology, text critique and text comment in various local interpretations of classical texts (e.g. Tacitus, Pliny the Elder, Bible); their influence on art and architecture; and the role they both played in the construction of national identities between 1400-1700.


27 November
9.00-9.30
Konrad Ottenheym (Utrecht University)
Introduction

9.30-10.00
Karl Enenkel (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
Introduction. Cornelius Aurelius’ Construction of Dutch Identity

10.20-11.00
Bianca de Divitiis (University of Naples Federico II)
Antiquity and Civic Identity in Renaissance Southern Italy

11.00-11.40
Thomas Haye (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Giovanni Manzini della Motta (ca. 1362 - vor 1422). Metamorphosen humanistischer Geschichtsschreibung

11.40-12.20
David Rijser (University of Amsterdam)
Cataline and Local Florentine History. The Case of Poliziano’s monography on the Pazzi Conspiracy

14.00-14.40
Christian Peters (Münster University)
Claiming and contesting Trojan ancestry on both sides of the Bosporus. Tito Strozzi’s Borsias and G. M. Filelfos Amyris

14.40-15.20
Harald Hendrix (Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome)
City Branding and the Antique. Naples in Early Modern City Guide

15.50-16.30
Bernd Roling (Freie Universität Berlin)
Phoenician Ireland. Charles Vallancey (1731-1812) and the semitic roots of celtic culture

16.30-17.10
Kristoffer Neville (University of California Riverside)
Topography, Architecture, and Architectural History in Northern Europe ca 1700



28 November
9.00-9.40
Jan Papy (KU Leuven)
Julius Caesar’s De Bello Gallico. Philology and National Identity in the Low Countries

9.40-10.20
Marc Laureys (University of Bonn)
“Sine amore, sine odio partium”. Nicolaus Burgundius’s Historia Belgica and his Tacitean Quest for an Appropriate Past

10.40-11.20
Matt Kavalar (University of Toronto)
Burgundian Antiquity. The Tombs of Mary of Burgundy and Charles the Bold

11.20-12.00
Coen Maas (Independant scholar)
Cats, Cato, and Calvin. Classical Embarrassment of Riches and the Construction of Local History by Hadrianus Junius

12.00-12.40
Pieter Vlaardingerbroek (Conservation Department City of Amsterdam)
The description of Solomon’s Palace and its reception in Dutch seventeenth-century architecture

14.00-14.40
Christoph Pieper (Leiden University)
Germany’s Glory, Past and Present. Conrad Peutinger’s Sermones convivales de mirandis Germaniae antiquitatibus and Antiquarian Philology

14.40-15.20
Hubertus Günther (University of Zurich)
Berosus and the Babylonian Origins of the Middle European Nations

15.50-16.30
Stephan Hoppe (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich)
A paper dealing with chronicles and new founding histories from Southern Germany in the fifteenth century

16.30-17.10
Barbara Arciszewska (University of Warsaw)
Tacitus’ eastern tribes. Sarmatian ideology in early modern Polish architecture

HistAntArtSI workshop
Hosting InstitutionUNIVERSIT└ DEGLI STUDI DI NAPOLI FEDERICO II
Partners
Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance
Warburg Institute