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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 13/11/2014 - 14/11/2014

HistAntArtSI colloquium /Local Antiquities, Local Identities Art, Literature and Antiquarianism in Europe between the 14th and 17th Centuries

London, The Warburg Institute
Organized by Bianca de Divitiis and Kathleen Christian


Thursday, November 13
10:00 AM
Doors open, Welcome - Jill Kraye, Warburg Institute
10:15 AM
Keynote Address: Richard Schofield, ‘Stylistic Inertia and Local all’antica Renaissances in Quattrocento Italy’

SESSION 1 - Caroline Elam, Chair
11:45 AM
Bianca de Divitiis, ‘The Antiquities of Southern Italy: Antiquarianism and a Local Sense of the Past’
12:15 PM
Kathleen Christian, ‘Roma caput mundi: Local Antiquities for an International Audience’
12:45 PM

SESSION 2 - Kathleen Christian, Chair
2:15 PM
Francesco Benelli, ‘The Legacy of the Arch of Trajan in Ancona. The Identity of a City from Giorgio da Sebenico to Francesco di Giorgio Martini and Beyond’
2:45 PM
Oren Margolis, ‘Gallia Cisalpina: An Alternative French Foundation Myth in Quattrocento Italy’
3:15 PM

SESSION 3 - Richard Schofield, Chair
4:15 PM
Will Stenhouse, ‘Reusing and Redisplaying Antiquities in Early Modern France’
4:45 PM
Stanko Kokole, ‘Olim Celeia vocabatur, ut in antiquis lapidibus scriptum repperi: Recording and Displaying Roman Remains in the Duchy of Styria c. 1450–c. 1520’
5:15 PM


Friday, November 14
SESSION 4 - Jill Kraye, Chair
10:00 AM
João R. Figueiredo, ‘Classical Antiquity at the Crossroads of the Portuguese Renaissance: Luís de Camões’s Os Lusídas’
10:30 AM
Susana Abreu, ‘Local Antiquities, National Identities: Distant Visions of Rome in Portuguese Historiography and Art, 1530-1550’
11:00 AM

SESSION 5 - Howard Burns, Chair
12:00 PM
Fernando Marías, ‘Local Antiquities in Spain: the Case of Córdoba and Oviedo’
12:30 PM
Katrina Olds, ‘Small-Scale Antiquaries and the Contested Past in Counter-Reformation Spain’
1:00 PM

SESSION 6 - Bianca de Divitiis, Chair
2:30 PM
Krista De Jonge, ‘Resurrecting Belgica Romana. Peter Ernst von Mansfeld’s Garden of Antiquities in Clausen, Luxemburg (1563-1590)’
3.00 PM
Konrad Ottenheym, ‘“The Eldest Manner of Building”. The Quest for the True Origin of Architecture in the Dutch Republic’
3:30 PM
Ed Wouk, ‘Semini and his Progeny: The Construction of Antwerp’s Past’
4:00 PM
5:00 PM
Howard Burns – Response and summary
General Discussion

Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance
Warburg Institute