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Baltimore Cenacolo

The University of Maryland, College Park
Friday, April 5, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Baltimore Cenacolo
Friday, April 5, 2019, 9 am to 5 pm

Michelle Smith Collaboratory

Dept. of Art History & Archaeology, 4th Floor

Rm. 4213 Parren J. Mitchell Art-Sociology Building

3834 Campus Drive

 
Please accept this invitation to attend the Spring 2019 meeting of the Baltimore Cenacolo, an informal organization of area college and university faculty, curators, and independent researchers from the Greater Baltimore and Washington, DC region whose scholarship encompasses the history, literature, art, and culture of late medieval and eaerly modern Europe.
 
For the Spring 2019 semester University of Maryland will take its turn as regional host for what is always an engaging, interdisciplinary moveable feast of fresh research and recent Eureka! moments in the archives.
 
 

8:45-9:00 am: Coffee reception

9:00-10:00: Panel 1

Stefan Albl (Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.), The Carracci and the Delight for Devices

April Oettinger (Goucher College), Ekphrasis, Landscape Painting, and the Romance of Nature in the Age of Pietro Andrea Mattioli

10:00-11:00 Panel 2

Susan Nalezyty (Georgetown University), The Social Life of Bartolomeo della Nave’s Art Collection in Seicento Venice

Pamela O. Long (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellow), Engineering in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome: Retrospective Thoughts

11:00-11:15: Coffee Break

11:15-12:15 Panel 3

Leslie Morgan (Loyola University), Huon d’Auvergne in Franco-Italian Hell (with American and digital guides)

Stephen P. McCormick (Washington & Lee University), The Huon d’Auvergne Digital Archive Project

12:15: 1:00 Lunch

1:00-2:30: Panel 4

Elisabeth Blum (Loyola University), Who Is Who on Olympus? What the Ancient Gods Signify in Giordano Bruno’s Expulsion of the Triumphant Beas

Paul Richard Blum (Loyola University Maryland), Las Casas and Campanella on Slavery

Umberto Grassi (University of Maryland), Sexuality and Radical Dissent in Early Modern Italy: A Cross-Cultural Approach

2:30-2:45: Coffee Break

2:45-3:45: Panel 5

Andrea Bocchi (University of Udine/University of Maryland), Infernal parliaments: Working on a Canon

Joaneath Spicer (The Walters Art Museum), Theatricals Accompanying the Venetian Wedding of Caterina Corner and Jacques II Lusignan King of Cyprus in 1468

3:45-4:45 Visit to the Special Collections and University Archives, Hornbake Library