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TitelIcons and Iconoclasts: The Long Seventeenth Century, 1603 to 1714
BeschreibungConference: Icons and Iconoclasts: The Long Seventeenth Century, 1603 to 1714 -
20 July - 22 July, 2006

Programme

20 July 2006
11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 1: Art and Catholicism

Franco Mormando: Boston College
Heresy, Apology, and Pestilence in Seventeenth-Century Rome: Deciphering
Michael Sweerts's Plague in an Ancient City

Roy Eriksen: Agder University College
Wotton, Milton and the Demonisation of Catholic Art

11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 2: Representing Libertines

Barbara Brodman: Farquhar College
Who Killed Don Juan?: The Evolution of a 17th Century Legend.

Martine Brownley: Emory University
Icons, Iconoclasts, and Seventeenth-Century English Biography: Burnet and
Rochester

11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 3: Milton (I)

Emma Wilson: University of St Andrews
'Knowledge forbidden?': John Milton and the Pursuit of Learning

Marshall Grossman: University of Maryland
Authenticity and Invisibility in Milton's Iconoclastic Narrations

11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 4: Space and Sanctity

Andrew Spicer: Oxford Brookes
Religious Imagery and the 'Nadere Reformatie'

Judith Maltby: Corpus Christi College, Oxford
Sacrilege and the Sacred in Revolutionary England

11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 5: Violence

Alasdair Raffe: University of Edinburgh
Popular violence and Scottish religious politics, c. 1688-1703

Sharon Howard: University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Gentlemen and interpersonal violence in seventeenth-century Britain

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm; Lunch

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 6: Art and the Gaze

Ronald Huebert: Dalhousie University
The Ethics of Voyeurism in Renaissance Art

Judit Varga: University of Bristol
Las Hilanderas: An invisible painting

Razvan Livintz: University of Bucharest
Re-figuring the 17th century: a 'fascinated gaze' on some Baroque artworks

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 7: Catholic Monsters

Penny Richards: University of Gloucester
Jessica Munns: University of Denver
The 'myth' of the Guise (Joint presentation)

Ramona Garcia: Independent Scholar
'Catholicism with combustion:'; Seventeenth-Century Historical and Polemical
Accounts of the Reign of Mary I

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 8: Literature, Colonization, and Conquest

Eva Simmons: Independent Scholar
A Slave To Love: Captivity And Romance In Early Modern Literature

Nadjia Amrane: University of Algiers
Shakespeare and the Containment of Islam in post-Reconquista Europe: Conversion
and Subversion in Othello

Jeanne Provost: University of California, Santa Barbara
Foretelling Historical Pain: The Paradox of Colonizing Rhetoric in Camões,
Shakespeare, and Dryden

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 9: Milton (II): Paradise Lost

Syrithe Pugh: University of Aberdeen
'With whom to hold converse': Sexuality, Social Communication and the Image of
God in Paradise Lost Book VIII'.

Jacob Blevins: McNeese State University
Adam, Eve, and the Birth of Consciousness: Milton's Construction of the
Symbolic

Margaret Rice: University of Maryland
The Ethics of Iconography and the Fallen Woman: The Figure of Sin in Paradise
Lost

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 10: Shakespeare and Middleton

Andrew Gordon: University of Aberdeen
'Twould be a wonder I should know my selfe': Memory and the City in Middleton's
Michaelmas Term

Marcus Nevitt: University of Sheffield
Shakespeare as Royalist Icon under the Protectorate? John Quarles and his 1655
edition of The Rape of Lucrece

Thomas Rist; University of Aberdeen
Insincere Protestants and their Over-Sincere Critics: Shakespeare, Nashe and
The Whore of Babylon

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 11: Women Icons

Michelle DiMeo: University of Warwick
Author or Icon?: Aletheia Talbot Howard, Countess of Arundel, and her
Relationship to Natura Exenterata (1655)

Melinda Zook: Purdue University
Two Marys, Quite Contrary, and the Church of England

Jeb Grisham: Texas A&M University
Rapture or rupture? Writing as panacea in Margaret Mary Alacoque's
autobiography

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 12: Behn (I)

Laura Runge: University of South Florida
Iconic Beauty: Behn and the Body in 'La Montre'

Oddvar Holmesland: Agder University
Aphra Behn's The Emperor of the Moon and the New Science'

Violetta Trofimova: Institute of Foreign Languages, St. Petersburg
Aphra Behn and Cartesian Philosophy

3:45 pm to 4:15 am; Tea

4:15 pm to 5:30 pm
Plenary Lecture
Professor Annabel Patterson, Yale University: Swansong: The Human Voice of
History

6:00 pm to 6:45 pm
The Aberdeen Special Collection, 1495‑
A presentation by Dr Iain Beavan, Head, Special Libraries & Archives

7:00 to 7:45 pm
Wine reception, hosted by the British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies

8:00 pm Dinner, followed by cash bar.


21 July 2006

Exhibition
Throughout the day there will be an exhibition of holdings in the Aberdeen
Historic Collections.

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 13: Dryden

Vincent Bissonette: Graduate Center, CUNY
'Lordly Rage': Absalom and Achitophel and the Ethics of the Monarch

Jennifer Brady: Rhodes College
Wish-Fulfillment Fantasies in Dryden's Aureng-Zebe

Dan Ennis: Coastal Carolina University
Icons, Canons and Restoration Poetry: Dryden in Twentieth-Century Classroom
Anthologies

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 14: Emblems and Icons

Elizabeth Clarke: University of Warwick
Iconic text, iconoclastic responses; the Song of Songs controversy in the 1670s

Alice Eardley: University of Warwick
'Onely dumbe Figures, little usefull to any': Political use of the Emblem Form
in Mid-Seventeenth-Century England

Jessica Wilkinson: University of Melbourne
'Resurrecting Absence': Iconic Ghosts in the Poetry of Susan Howe

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 15: Non-Conformist and Republican Thought

Antti Tahvanainen: Helsinki University
Astronomical language in the republican writing of James Harrington

Alison Searle: Queen Mary, London
Richard Baxter and Samuel Rutherford: The 'Epistolarity' of Two Puritan Divines

Boyd M. Berry: Virginia Commonwealth University
Roger Crab: Verbal and Ecclesiastical Eikonklast.

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 16: Observation and Intelligence during the Restoration

Liam Condon: Exeter College, Oxford
John Dunton and George Larkin

Rebecca Rees: University College, Oxford
Secret history: the politics of narrative form, 1674-1702

Kate Loveman: St Anne's College, Oxford
Reading Courtiers: Samuel Pepys, Literature and Social Advancement

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 17: Protestant Polemic

Helen Pierce: University of York
Prints, Politics and the Protestant Joiner

Scott Spurlock: University of Edinburgh
'The Lord of Hosts' versus 'For the Covenants': Iconoclastic Motives for
Cromwell's Invasion of Scotland.'

Kevin Forkan: Trinity College Dublin
Inventing an Irish Protestant Icon: the strange death of Sir Charles Coote,
1642

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 18: Restoration Theatre (I)

Rafael Portillo: University of Seville
The Use of the Front Curtain in Restoration Playhouses

Juan Antonio Prieto-Pablos: University of Seville
Challenging masculinity: The woman in breeches in The Woman Turned Bully

María Mora: University of Seville
To 'speak in the phrases of a play': Theatrical satire in The Woman Turned
Bully (1675)

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 19: Women Writers

Susan Reynolds: British Library
'Far distant from my native lands...'; Elizabeth Jane Weston: an English poet
at the court of Rudolf II

Robin Kirschbaum: University of Newcastle
Katherine Philips and Strategies of Politicised Writing

Margarita Rivas: University of Leipzig
Aphra Behn and Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz; Or The Privilege for our Masculine
Part the Poet in Us

11:15 am to 11:45 am; Coffee

11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Plenary Lecture
Professor Peter Burke, University of Cambridge; Was the Seventeenth Century an
Age of Crisis?

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm; Lunch

2:00 pm. Excursion to Fyvie Castle (fully booked)

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 20: Central and Eastern Europe

Maria Goloubeva: University of Marburg
The search for a secular model of political competence in the history of the
reign of Emperor Leopold I (1658-1705) by court historian Galeazzo Guardo
Priorato

Yury Basilov: University of St Petersburg
Icons, iconoclasm and the transformation of Russian empire in the 17th century

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 21: Language and Translation

Linda Hardy: Victoria University of Wellington
Urquhart's Rabelais, Translation and Casanova's Republic of Letters

Susanna Zinato: University of Verona
The Iconoclastic Role Of Rhetoric In The Second Half Of The 17th Century

David Eick: Grand Valley State University
The Reformation Of Furetiere's Dictionnaire Universel By Basnage De Beauval

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 22: Print Culture (I)

Randy Ingram: Davidson College
Between Icons and Iconoclasts: Royalist Poets and Print during the 1640s and
1650s

Inga Volmer: Cambridge University
'A Cruel and Bloudie Massacre' – Atrocities and Atrocity Propaganda in the
three Stuart kingdoms, 1641-53

Leticia Álvarez-Recio: University of Seville
Idolatry and the Pamphlet Literature of the 1630s

2:00 pm to 3:45 pm
Panel 23: Religious Satire and Polemic

Robert Cummings: University of Glasgow
Barclay's Icon animorum

Janette Currie University of Stirling
True Lies: Revisiting the Propaganda War of 1679 - 1681

Iain McClure: Birkbeck College
Beast, Mother and Whore: The Monstrous Engendering of Roman Catholicism; in the
Protestant Imagination

3:45 pm to 4:15 am; Tea

4:00 pm to 5:45 pm
Panel 24: Music

Joseph Ortiz: State University of New York, Brockport
John Bull and the Desacralization of Heavenly Music

Barbara Murray: University of St Andrews
'When the Power of harmony prevails': Theatre Music, Jeremy Collier and the
1700 Measure for Measure

4:00 pm to 5:45 pm
Panel 25: Protestant Icons

Erik Ankerberg: Wisconsin Lutheran College
'Aaron's drest': George Herbert and the Iconic Roles of the Priest and Poet

Christoph Ginzel: University of Bonn
The Irenic Hero: Frederick V as a popular icon in early Stuart Britain
(1611-1632)

Manuel Gómez-Lara: University of Seville
Elizabeth I and the Popish Plot: the iconography of protestant history

Paula de Pando: University of Seville
The Creation of a Protestant Icon: Images of Anne Boleyn in the Exclusion
Crisis.

4:00 pm to 5:45 pm
Panel 26: Rhetoric and Literary Criticism

Joanna Moczynska: Warsaw University
'No light of nature extendeth to declare the will and true worship of God:'
iconoclastic aspects of Ciceronianism critique in Francis Bacon's Advancement
of Learning

Anthony Martin: Waseda University, Japan
Thomas Rymer and the Return of the Author

Daniel Floyd: University of Aberdeen
Trueness to Life: Using 'Nature' as a Universal Standard of Literary Taste

7:30 pm Banquet, followed by cash bar


22 July 2006

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 27: Jacobean and Caroline Theatre

Denise Walen: Vassar College
Female Homosociality and Domestic Dysfunction in Thomas Middleton

Shona McIntosh: University of Glasgow
''Head-strong and incontinent vapors': Service and Sexuality in George
Chapman's Drama'

Audrey Birkett: Royal Holloway
Brome, D'Avenant, and the Second War of the Theatres

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 28: Literature and Politics

James E. Doan: Nova Southeastern University
Images of British Unity and Disunity in Shakespeare's Later Plays

Robert Dulgarian: Emerson College
Eikon Basilike: Oroonoko and the Spectacle of Stuart politics

Lisanna Calvi: University of Verona
Tragedy and the Royal Nest: Representations of Kingship on the Restoration
Stage

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 29: Milton (III)

Simon Kow: University of King's College, Halifax
The Devil's Work and the Mighty Leviathan: Hobbes and Milton on Sovereignty and
Republicanism

Caroline Erskine: University of Dundee
Smashing the Iconoclasts: The Royalist Attack on George Buchanan and John
Milton, 1660-1714

Randy Robertson: University of Nebraska-Kearney
Milton among the Sceptics

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 30: Scotland

Laura Stewart: University of Edinburgh
Fiscal Innovation in Scotland, 1638-51

Daniel Dornhofer: Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt
Ponder thy cares, and summe them all in one: Love Poetry and Political Language
of Scottish Courtiers in London, 1603-1612.

Benjamin Hudson: Pennsylvania State University
Perceptions of the Scot in early Stuart England

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 31: Shakespeare and Jonson

Melissa Bloom: St John Fisher College
'A Civil Company:' Censorship and Ben Jonson's Quixotic Puppet Show

Constantine Lerounis: University of Thessaloniki
Stoic and Neostoic thought and commonplace in Ben Jonson's 'The Forest'

Matthew Stallard: Ohio University, Athens
'The Shape of Nature': Shakespeare's Natural Theology in Twelfth Night

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 32: The Early Modern Household

Harold Lawber: Salve Regina University
A Home of Its Own: How Seventeenth Century Thought Influenced the Emergence of
Modern Economics

Tara Hamling: University of Sussex
'Instruments of grace, and spurres to godlinesse': the functions of religious
imagery in the Protestant household.

Yudha Thianto Tjondrowardojo: Trinity Christian College
Private Baptism in Late-Seventeenth-Century England: Prescription, Practice and
Problems

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 33: Toleration

Jakob De Roover: Ghent University
How Did Toleration Become a Moral Value in Seventeenth-Century England?

Birgit Walkenhorst: University of Mainz
Catholic Iconoclasm: James Shirley's St. Patrick for Ireland

Bryan Maine: George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Waco
An Examination of Thomas Helwys' Use and Interpretation of the Bible in 'A
Short and Plain Proof' (1611)

9:00 am to 10:45 am
Panel 34: Women and the Intellectual Life

Mary Ann O'Donnell: Manhattan College
Mater Matters: A Study of a Family of Learned Women and Their Literary
Connections in the Seventeenth Century

Alvin Snider: University of Iowa
Lucy Hutchinson and the Lucretian Body: Order and Disorder

Elizabeth Scott-Baumann: St Edmund Hall, Oxford
'Goe guild ye tyrants bloody Throne / Cast lustre on The Strumpetts face': Lucy
Hutchinson's republican iconoclasm.

10:45 am to; 11:15 pm Coffee

11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 35: Art and Iconoclasm

Maarten Delbeke: University of Ghent
Pre-emptive modesty: pope Alexander VII's refusal of his statue on the Roman
Capitol

Frances Gage: National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
'Down with this panel': Iconoclasm Diverted and the Divine Fate of Hans
Holbein's Sir Thomas More

Susan Shifrin: Ursinus College and Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art
Iconic Transplants and Erasures: Seventeenth-Century Women as Icons and
Iconoclasts

11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 36: Iconic Kings

Markus Klinge: University of Leeds
Leo Isaurus among the seventeenth-century pamphleteers and historiographers

Jessica Malay: University of Huddersfield
The Legacy of the Sibylline Prophecies in the court of James I

Jane Rickard: University of Leeds
Reading Royal Writing: James VI and I and Daemonologie

11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 37: Milton (IV)

Renata Kurek: Warsaw University
John Milton's Lycidas as an instance of the pastoral elegy

Karen Britland: Keele University
'The crown that virtue gives': Milton's Masque at Ludlow versus Tempe Restored

Elaine McGirr: Royal Holloway,
Milton's reputation in the early eighteenth century

11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 38: Restoration Theatre (II)

Aspasia Velissariou: University of Athens
The Hobbesian Other in Congreve's Comedies

Marguérite Corporaal: University of Leiden
Revisioning the Actress in English Women's Drama, 1669-1701

John Richardson: University of Singapore
Nicholas Rowe's Tamerlane and the New Heroic

11:15 am to 1:00 pm
Panel 39: Women and Religious Identity

Betty Hagglund: University of Birmingham
The Women's Meeting and the Female Role: changing gendered subjectivities among
seventeenth-century Scottish Quakers

Jacqueline Pearson: University of Manchester
'To mind religion … was an unmanly thing': constructing godly masculinity and
femininity in the seventeenth century.

Althea Stewart: Birkbeck College
From Iconoclastic Acts; to Verbal and Sartorial Dissent: the development of
radical behaviour as recorded in the letters of two early-modern Quaker women
writers.

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm; Lunch

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

Plenary Lecture
Professor Catherine Belsey, University of Wales, Swansea; Historicising New
Historicism

3:15 pm to 3:45 pm; Tea

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm
Panel 40: Behn (II)

Pilar Cuder-Dominguez: University of Huelva
Women's Empowerment in Aphra Behn's Works

Sameeka Gammanpila: University of Aberdeen
Blood, sweat, and tears: Aphra Behn's experiment with revenge tragedy
Gill Manning: Open University

'The "Licenses ...of writing loosely": Aspects of Behn's Poetic Practice'

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm
Panel 41: Baroque Drama

Timothy Flanagan: University of Dundee
Walter Benjamin and the Expression of German Trauerspiel

Roberto Ignacio Diaz: University of Southern California
The New World Afterlife of Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Opera Librettist

Katherine Lawber: Salve Regina University
The Poetics of Mimesis-Language Theory and Drama Praxis in the Seventeenth
Century

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm
Panel 42: Early Modern America

Christopher Fritsch: ?
The experience and application of law and constitutional thought and practice:
the world of William Penn in England and Pennsylvania

Tommy Sweeney: University of Dundee
'Devil Indians': Gender, Devilry and Puritan ideology in seventeenth century
New England.

Yaroslav Prykhodko: University of Pennsylvania
Misogyny and the Logic of the Post-1688 Conservative Socio-Cultural Ideal in
the Writings of William Byrd II of Virginia

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm
Panel 43: Philosophy

Dan Sîmbotin: Romanian Academy
Francis Bacon' Nova Atlantis – a Form of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Gian Luigi Paltrinieri: University of; Venice (Ca' Foscari)
Francis Bacon and Charles S. Peirce: Idols and Iconism

Ioannis Christodoulou: University of Cyprus
Burgh to Spinoza, Spinoza to Burgh: a Philosophical Correspondence in the Name
of Reason.

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm
Panel 44: Print Culture (II)

Laura Wiese: Oklahoma State University
Readers of Parismus the most renowed Prince of Bohemia: '[W]e cannot escape.'

Kathy Acheson: University of Waterloo
Early Modern Information Design

David Thorley: Merton College, Oxford
Journals of a Plague Year: 1665, Contagion, and the Dissemination of
Information

End of Conference


Centre for Early Modern Studies
School of Language and Literature,
King’s College,
University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen AB24 3FX,
Scotland, United Kingdom

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Beginn20.07.2006
Ende22.07.2006
PersonName: Hughes, Derek [Prof.] 
Funktion: Director 
E-Mail: 1603@abdn.ac.uk ; d.w.hughes@abdn.ac.uk 
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BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeKomparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur 1580 - 1700; Medien- u. Kommunikationsgeschichte (Hand-, Druckschrift, Film, Rundfunk, Computerspiel usw.); Motiv- u. Stoffgeschichte
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.07.00 Ästhetik; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.08.00 Poetik > 03.08.03 Dichtung und Kunst; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.03.00 Vergleichende Literaturgeschichte; 11.00.00 17. Jahrhundert; 11.00.00 17. Jahrhundert > 11.11.00 Emblematik. Stoffe. Motive. Themen
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