NOV 25: “Eccetto se da Giotto: Art, artifice, and realism in Boccaccio’s Decameron and Amorosa Visione” (Cossete Bruhns, RLL)

Nov 4. “Early Modern Spanish Women in Criticism and Fiction” – A Conversation with Bárbara Mujica (Emeritus, Georgetown)

Dear colleagues,

Please join us for our workshop’s third session. We are excited to welcome professor Bárbara Mujica (Emeritus, Georgetown University) for a conversation about her trajectory as writer and scholar of Early Modern Spanish Literature. Professor Mujica will be joined by Frederick de Armas (RLL) and Susan Fischer (Bucknell University).

Light refreshments will be served. There are no pre-circulated materials.

 

October 28: “Citrus Craze: For a Political and Intellectual History of Fruits Circulations Across the Western Mediterranean during the Late Renaissance” (Fabien Montcher, St. Louis University)

 

Dear colleagues,

Please join us for our workshop’s second session. We are excited to welcome professor Fabien Montcher (Assistant Professor – History , St. Louis University) who will present his paper “Citrus Craze: For a Political and Intellectual History of Fruits Circulations Across the Western Mediterranean during the Late Renaissance”. Daniela Gutiérrez Flores (PhD, RLL) will be serving as the discussant.

Light refreshments will be served.

To access professor Montcher’s paper, click here

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Oct. 14: “Pearls and Bitches: Blackface in Early Modern Spain” – Noémie Ndiaye (Assistant Professor, English)

 

October 14

5:00 to 6:30 pm

Rosenwald 405

Dear colleagues,

Please join us for our workshop’s opening session. We are excited to welcome professor Noémie Ndiaye (Assistant Professor, English) who will present her paper “Pearls and Bitches: Blackface in Early Modern Spain”. Manuel Olmedo Gobante (PhD, RLL) will be serving as the discussant.

Light refreshments will be served.

To access professor Ndiaye’s paper, click here

 

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Fall 2019 Schedule

The Early Modern and Mediterranean Worlds Workshop is very pleased to announce our Fall schedule. All sessions will be held on Mondays from 5:00 to 6:30 in Rosenwald 405 unless otherwise noted.
Workshop papers will be circulated through our listserv and website  should be read in advance. You may subscribe to our listserv by following this link. For more information about the workshop and upcoming events please visit our website.
Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you have any questions or requests for accommodation, please email the coordinators (danielagtzf@uchicago.edu or bms1@uchicago.edu)

We are looking forward to seeing you this quarter!

Daniela Gutiérrez Flores and Brendan Small

Protected: June 10: Brendan Small, “Pasquino: Public Praise and Blame Though the Voice of Rome”

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Protected: May 3: David Wootton, “Voltaire’s Philosophical Letters: a Classic Text?”

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Protected: Supplemental Materials for April 15: Lucia Delaini, “The tool of tools: mnemonics, cognition and the body in 16th century Italy”

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