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Ergebnisanzeige "Authority in European Book Culture (1400-1600)"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelAuthority in European Book Culture (1400-1600)
BeschreibungAuthority in European Book Culture 1400-1600
Liverpool, 29 June-1 July 2006

Conference Programme
**Note: This programme is provisional**
** All timings are given for guidance only**

Thursday 29 June

12.00-14.00: Registration and Lunch

14.00-14.30: Welcome and opening of the conference

Prof. Liz Slater, Dean of the Faculty of Arts
Prof. Eve Rosenhaft, Head of the School of Modern Languages

14.30-15.30: Keynote speaker
Jos Biemans: "Book Production: Initiatives, Intentions, Implications and

15.30-16.30: Session I: Text and image in late medieval manuscripts

Martha W. Driver:
"The Making and Unmaking of Authority: History and Censorship in the Rous

Catherine Emerson:
"On Whose Authority do You Say That? Paradigms of Historical Truth in the
Sixteenth Century"

16.30-17.00: Coffee and tea

17.00-18.30: Session II: Urban authorities and the control of printing and

Jane Finucane:
"The Clash of Authorities in a Regulated Resistance: Print and its Control
in the Interim Crisis, Magdeburg 1548-1551"

Wim François:
"Bible Censorship in England and the Low Countries. The Case of Christoffel
and Hans (1) van Ruremund"

Jaska Kainulainen:
"Paolo Sarpi and the Power of Written Word"

19.00 Dinner

20.30 Maureen Watry (Head of Special Collections and Archives, Sydney Jones
"Liverpool Collectors and Collections"

Friday 30 June

9.00-10.00: Keynote speaker
Adrian Armstrong "Books on the Bridge: Writing, Printing, and Capillary

10.00-10.30: Coffee and tea; publishers' exhibition

10.30-11.30: Session III: Debating Gender in Manuscript and Print

Emma Cayley:
" 'Entre deux sommes': Sleepless Knights and Wanton Women in Late Medieval
French Debate Poetry"

Helen J. Swift:
"Competing Codes of Authority in Mid-Fifteenth Century Burgundy: Martin Le
Franc and the Book that Answers Back"

11.30-12.30: Session IV: Prophetical Writings

Samuel Pakucs Willcocks:
"Schiltberger's Travels, 1396-1597"

Dénes Harai:
"Prophetical Writings and Protestant Diplomacy under Henry de Navarre

12.30-13.30: Lunch

13.30-15.00: Session V: Texts as Authorities

Christopher Allmand:
"A Roman Auctoritas in the Middle Ages: Vegetius' De Re Militari"

Albert Schirrmeister:
"Humanist Historiography and Regional Descriptions"

Kathleen O'Neill:
" "One Picture is Worth Ten Thousand Words": Illustration and Religious
Authority in the Book of Hours"

15.00-16.00: Session VI: Voicing and Silencing Women

Esther Villegas de la Torre:
"Women and the Republic of Letters in Iberia: A Multidisciplinary Approach"

Julia Walker:
"Masculating Authority in the 1521 The boke of the Cyte of Ladyes"

Jane Tylus:
"Catherine's Hand: Writing and Saintliness in Quattrocento Italy"

16.30-17.00: Coffee and tea

17.00.-18.30: Session VII: Print and the Reformation

Mark Crane:
"The 'parti conservateur' in Print: Paris Conservatives Confront the
Reformation, 1517-1535"

Tracey Sowerby:
"Henry VIII's Authority and the International Uses of his Printed

Vasily Arslanov:
"Bifrons Janus scripturae: Readings and Misreadings of Sebastian Franck's

19.00: Conference Dinner

Saturday 1 July

9.00-10.00: Keynote speaker
Brian Richardson: "Manuscript, Print, Orality and the Authority of Texts in
Renaissance Italy"

10.00-10.30: Coffee and tea

10.30-12.00: Session VIII: Official and semi-official patronage of editorial

Robert Alexander Maryks:
"Religious Authority and Publishing Success in the Early Modern Jesuit
Penitential Book Production"

Raphaële Mouren:
"Political and Religious Authorities and Scholarly Publications 1540-1580"

Sonja Svoljšak:
"How Slovenes Got their First Written and Printed Word: The Freising
manuscripts (ca. 972-1039) and Primož Trubar's Catechismus and Abecedarium

12.00-13.00: Session IX: Popular culture and prints

Barry McKay:
"British Chapbooks: Popular Culture and the Spread of Literacy"

Massimo Rospocher:
"Print and Political Propaganda under Pope Julius II (1503-1513)"

13.00-14.00: Lunch

We have recently updated our conference website and uploaded the abstracts
of the papers and the preliminary programme:

Registration for the conference is now open. The registration form can be
found at:

Please note that the deadline for registration is 15 May.

Dr. Godfried Croenen
School of Modern Languages, French Section
University of Liverpool
Chatham Street
L69 7ZR
Tel: +44 (0)151 794 2763
Fax: +44 (0)151 794 2357
Personal webpage:

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PersonName: Croene, Godfried [Dr.]  
Funktion: Ansprechpartner 
SchlüsselbegriffeEditionstheorie; Literatur 1300 - 1500; Literatur 1500 - 1580
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.16.00 Literarisches Leben > 03.16.06 Buch- und Bibliothekswesen; 10.00.00 16. Jahrhundert > 10.09.00 Buchwesen. Frühdruck
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