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Bologna. Cultural Crossroads from the Medieval to the Baroque: Recent Anglo-American Scholarship
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6/20/2011 to 6/21/2011
When: 6/20/2011
Contact: Nicholas Terpstra
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FONDAZIONE CASSA DI RISPARMIO IN BOLOGNA ARTISTI ITINERANTI E BOLOGNA CROCEVIA CENTRO STUDI SUL RINASCIMENTO Convegno internazionale 20-21 giugno 2011 Bologna. Cultural Crossroads from the Medieval to the Baroque: Recent Anglo-American Scholarship San Giorgio in Poggiale - Biblioteca di Arte e Storia Via Nazario Sauro 22 [Comitato scientifico: GIAN MARIO ANSELMI (Presidente Commissione Arte Fondazione Carisbo; Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna) ANGELA DE BENEDICTIS (Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna) NICHOLAS TERPSTRA (University of Toronto)]. LUNEDÌ 20 GIUGNO 2011 9.30 APERTURA DEL CONVEGNO PROF. FABIO ROVERSI MONACO PRESIDENTE FONDAZIONE CARISBO PROF. IVANO DIONIGI MAGNIFICO RETTORE ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA PROF. GIAN MARIO ANSELMI PRESIDENTE COMMISSIONE ARTE FONDAZIONE CARISBO; ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA PROF. ANGELA DE BENEDICTIS, ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA/ PROF. NICHOLAS TERPSTRA , UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO - Introduzione I SESSIONE Humanists, Artist and Books Presiede: Mariangela Regoliosi (Università degli Studi di Firenze) 10.15 DOUGLAS OSLER (Max-Planck Institute for European Legal History – Frankfurt am Main) Humanists and Jurists: Philippus Beroaldus (1453-1505) and his school 10.35 GIANCARLO FIORENZA (California Polytechnic State University) Apollo Dismembered: Marcantonio Raimondi and the Renewal of Antiquity in Bologna 10.55 CAROLINE DUROSELLE-MELISH (Houghton Library- Harvard University) A Local-Transnational Business: The Book Trade in Late Renaissance Bologna. 11.15 Pausa caffè The University and the City 11.35 SHONA KELLY WRAY (University of Missouri - Kansas City) Faculty Wives in Trecento Bologna 11.55 DAVID LINES (University of Warwick) The University, the City, and the Papacy in the later Sixteenth Century: Issues of Control 12.15 CHRISTOPHER CARLSMITH (University of Massachusetts - Lowell) Student Colleges in Early Modern Bologna 12.35 Discussione generale 13.30 Pausa pranzo II SESSIONE Patronage and Practice in Cinquecento Art Presiede: Sabine Frommel (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris – Responsabile progetto "Artisti Itineranti e Bologna Crocevia”) 15.00 DAVID J. DROGIN (State University of New York, F.I.T.) The Fifteenth-Century Bentivoglio: Art Patronage, Rulership, and Emulation 15.20 ELIZABETH CROPPER (Centre for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Arts – Washington) Malvasia and Vasari: Emilian and Tuscan Histories of Art 15.40 CHARLES DEMPSEY (Johns Hopkins University) Malvasia and the Cloister of San Michele in Bosco 16.00 BABETTE BOHN (Texas Christian University) Patronizing pittrici in early modern Bologna 16.20 Discussione generale 17.00 Pausa caffè e termine della prima giornata 18.00 VISITA GUIDATA A PALAZZO FAVA E S. COLOMBANO MARTEDÌ 21 GIUGNO 2011 III SESSIONE Social Identities and Relations in Late Medieval Bologna Presiede: Roberto Cardini (Università degli Studi di Firenze) 9.30 CAROL LANSING (University of California - Santa Barbara) Poisoned Relations: Marriage and Homicide in thirteenth-century Bologna 9.50 SARAH BLANSHEI (Agnes Scott College) Habitus: Status, Identity and the Formation of Hereditary Classes in late Medieval Bologna 10.10 Discussione generale 10.45 Pausa caffè 11.00 Visita "virtuale” a Palazzo Marescotti e Casa Saraceni – a cura del Dott. Giancarlo De Leo 13.00 Pausa pranzo IV SESSIONE Kinship, Politics & Patronage In and Beyond the City Presiede: Mauro Carboni (Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna - Sede di Forlì) 14.30 ELIZABETH BERNHARDT (Washington University – St. Louis) Behind the Scenes of Fifteenth Century Marriage Schemes: Forced Marriages, Family Alliances and Power Politics in Bentivoglio Bologna 14.50 JENNIFER DE SILVA (Ball State University) The Cathedral of San Pietro & the Family de' Grassis: Mobility & the Family Franchise 15.10 MATTHEW SNEIDER (University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth) Brotherhood, Community, Territory – Issues of Center and Periphery in the Confraternities of the Bolognese Contado 15.30 NICHOLAS TERPSTRA (University of Toronto) Republicanism, Public Welfare, and Civil Society in Early Modern Bologna

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