Colloque : Urban ritual and Ceremony in Pre-Modern Europe, c.1300-c.1700 (Newcastle, Northumbria University, 29 mai 2014)
Le 29 mai prochain se tiendra un colloque à Newcastle sur le sujet des rituels et cérémonies en Europe.
Université de Northumbria, bâtiment Lipman, salle 121
9.15 – 10.30: Christian Liddy (University of Durham), “Rituals of punishment for illicit speech in late medieval English towns”.
10.30 – 10.45: Break.
10.45 – 12.15: Panel 1: Royal Entries in Later Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Neil Murphy (Northumbria University), “Royal Entries, Municipal Liberties and the Character of the French Monarchy: Louis XI at La Rochelle in 1472”.
Catarina Santana Simões (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), “Social distinction and symbolic representation: signs of power in Portuguese royal entries in the Renaissance”.
Giovanna Guidicini (University of Plymouth), “Urban space and public renegotiation of faith: St. Giles Kirk in Edinburgh as triumphal station during the Reformation”.
Chair: Victoria Anker (University of Edinburgh).
12.15 – 1.00: Lunch.
1.00 – 2.30: Panel 2: Royal and Civic Ritual in Pre-Modern France
Luc Racaut (University of Newcastle), “René Benoist and processions during the French Catholic League”.
Jolanta Kormornicka (University of Virginia), “Arguing sovereignty: the ability of court ritual to reinterpret monarchy”.
Elisa Foster (Paris College of Art), “Ritual and memory: remembering the medieval urban spaces of Le Puy-en-Velay”.
Chair: Dustin Neighbors (University of York).
2.45 – 3.00: Break
3.00 – 4.30: Panel 3: Guild Ceremonies in Late Medieval and Early Modern England
John Lee (University of York), “Civic ceremonial in late medieval Cambridge”.
Sheila Sweetinburgh (University of Huddersfield), “Looking to the past: the St. Thomas pageant in early Tudor Canterbury”.
Jasmine Kilburn-Toppin (University of Cardiff/University of Kent), “Reforming rituals of the London craft guilds: material and spatial aspects of sixteenth-century rites”.
Chair: Amy Calladine (University of Nottingham).
4.30 – 4.40: Break
4.40 – 5.30: Panel 4: Guild Ceremonies in Flanders and the Holy Roman Empire
Jean-Dominique Delle Luche (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris), “Dressed oxen, flower wreaths and spanking: rituals of peace and sport in the shooting contests of the Holy Roman Empire (15th-16th centuries)”.
Laura Crombie (University of York), “Guild rituals and ideals of community in late medieval Ghent”.
Chair: Gordon McKelvie (University of Winchester).
Free Entrance: Please register by May 16 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Voir le programme sur le site de l’université.