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THE CULTURAL LEGACY OF LUDOVICO ARIOSTO'S "ORLANDO FURIOSO"

Data:

11/11/2016


THE CULTURAL LEGACY OF LUDOVICO ARIOSTO'S

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THE CULTURAL LEGACY OF LUDOVICO ARIOSTO'S "ORLANDO FURIOSO"

November 11 from 9am - 6pm
University of Chicago
The Franke Institute
Regenstein Library
1100 E 57th St

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Ludovico Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, the Italian Cultural Institute and the University of Chicago, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, are pleased to present a full-day conference dedicated to exploring the cultural legacy of this epic Italian poem.

9-9.30am Armando Maggi – Eleonora Stoppino: Introductory Remarks
Session Chair: Elissa Weaver (University of Chicago)

9.30-10am Maria Luisa Meneghetti (Università degli Studi di Milano):
Illuminated Rooms Between History and Legend: from the Middle Ages to Ariosto

10-10.30am Eleonora Stoppino (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
The Furioso in Print: Fortune and Influence of a Visual Masterpiece

10.30-11am Mercedes Alcalá-Galán (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
The Lying Gaze: a Pictorial Quote and the Visual Misrepresentation of Truth in Cervantes' Reading of Ariosto

11-11.30am coffee break
Session Chair: Eleonora Stoppino (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

11.30-12pm Elissa Weaver (University of Chicago)
Francesco Berni: An Early Imitator of Ariosto's Style, Critic of his Message

12-12.30pm Miguel Martinez (University of Chicago)
Luis Zapata vs the ‘Low and Common People.’ Ariosto and the Aristocratic Imagination of Renaissance Spain

12.30-1pm Filippo Petricca (University of Chicago)
The Disappearance of Angelica. Ingratitude and Chivalry in Cervantes and Ariosto

1-2pm lunch
Session Chair: Rocco Rubini (University of Chicago)

2-2.30pm Robert L. Kendrick (University of Chicago)
Lasso Revisits the Furioso, or, How Might Madrigals Index Reception?

2.30-3pm William N. West (Northwestern University)
The History of Orlando Furioso Beneath the Early Modern English Stage

3-3.30pm Christian Rivoletti (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Between Epic and Novel: The Omniscient Narrator and his Omissions in Ariosto and Christoph Martin Wieland

3.30-4pm coffee break
Session Chair: Caterina Mongiat Farina (De Paul University)

4-4.30pm Jessie Ann Owens (University of California, Davis)
Compositional Strategies in Cipriano de Rore’s Ariosto Settings

4.30-5pm Sarah Van der Laan (Indiana University-Bloomington)
Ariosto’s Odyssean Endings and Renaissance Epic Closure

5-5.30pm Armando Maggi (University of Chicago)
“El ingenioso Ariosto, no bien entendido hasta hoy: perdónme sus italianos ingenios”:Ariosto and Homer in Baltasar Gracián’s El Criticón (1651-1657)

5.30-6pm Final Remarks and Discussion

PROGRAM CONFERENCE COMMITTEE:
Armando Maggi (University of Chicago), Eleonora Stoppino (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Elizabeth Tavella (University of Chicago), Filippo Petricca (University of Chicago), Jennifer Hurtarte (Coordinator, Department of Romance Languages & Literatures)

GRAPHIC PROJECT:
Francesca Marinelli

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Informazioni

Data: Ven 11 Nov 2016

Orario: Dalle 09:00 alle 06:00

Organizzato da : University of Chicago

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

University of Chicago - The Franke Institute - Reg

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