Monthly Archives: May 2010

Robert Kendrick on Early Modern Music in Lamentations

We are pleased to announce our next, and final, workshop event, a presentation by Professor Robert Kendrick, Chair of the Department of Music at the University of Chicago, who will share his recent work on:

“What’s in the Letters?

Early Modern Exegesis and Music in Lamentations”


Friday, June 4, 2010; 12:00pm in WB 207

For those who are interested in more background on the issues to be discussed in Professor Kendrick’s talk, here are excerpts from Linda Bisello’s article “Nel segno di Raziel.  Esegesi e simboli in eta tridentina” (Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa).

Light lunch will be served.

Please join us for the final workshop event of the year!

Carmela Mattza on Calderon’s El laurel de Apolo

Join us for the next meeting of the quarter, featuring a presentation and discussion of work by Carmela Mattza, Ph.D., of the University of Chicago’s Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.  Her paper, to be read in advance, is on:

(Re)Thinking the Pastoral, (Re)Shaping the Myth:

Phyton in Calderon’s El laurel de Apolo

Friday, May 21, 2010 at 12:00pm in WB 207.

Light Lunch Will Be Served

Please note: Paper is to be read in advance.