Seminario Internacional “Clothing and the Culture of Appearances in Early Modern Europe”

30 de enero de 2012 - M. Blanco

Los próximos días 2, 3 y 4 se celebra en la Fundación de Carlos de Amberes el seminario internacional “Clothing and the Culture of Appearances in Early Modern Europe”.

Co-organizado junto con el Museo del Traje, el seminario aborda una temática fascinante: la cultura de la apariencia durante los siglos XI-XVIII de la mano de algunos de los mejores especialistas del mundo.

Con un completo programa que puedes ver en su Web (programa seminario internacional), los investigadores expondrán sus últimas investigaciones en un intento por seguir esclareciendo la indumentaria de una de las épocas áureas del traje y sus significados.

El seminario es gratuito, pero si requieres el diploma es obligatoria la inscripción. Si quieres más información para inscribirte: Telf. 91 435 22 01 – Fax 91 578 10 92. e-mail: vanessa@fcamberes.org

SEDES DEL SEMINARIO:

Fundación Carlos de Amberes
Claudio Coello 99 – 28006, Madrid. Tel: 914352201

Museo del traje
Avda. de Juan de Herrera, 2. 28040 Madrid. 915504700

PROGRAMA DEL SEMINARIO (las sesiones se realizará en su idioma original, sin traducción excepto la conferencia inaugural en el Museo del Traje)

Thursday, February 2
Auditorio del Museo del Traje (Avda. de Juan de Herrera, 2; Madrid 28006)

19.00 – 20.30 OPENING SESSION, INCLUDING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Chair: HELENA LÓPEZ DEL HIERRO (Museo del Traje. CIPE)

Clothing as Culture – Fashion as Innovation
EVELYN WELCH (Queen Mary University of London)

   

Friday, February 3
Auditorio de la Fundación Carlos de Amberes (c/ Claudio Coello, 99; Madrid, 28006)

09.30-10.00 Registration
10.00 – 13.30 1. APPEARANCES AND THE CULTURE OF HEALTH
Chair: BERNARDO J. GARCÍA GARCÍA (Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Fundación Carlos de Amberes)

Speakers

From Perfumes to Clothing: Health and Household Objects in Late Renaissance Italy
SANDRA CAVALLO (Royal Holloway University of London)

Dressed to impress: clothing, jewels and weapons in court rituals in Portugal (1450-1650)
ISABEL DOS GUIMARAES (Universidade do Minho)

Being Naked and Being Clothed: The Physicality of Female Piety in the Diaries of Sister Margaret of the Mother of God (1635-1637)
CORDULA VAN WYHE (University of York)

Dressing like a Lord? Artists and Men of Letters in 17th century Rome
RENATA AGO (Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”)

Discussion

16.30 – 18.30 2. CLOTHING AND HOUSEHOLD USES
Chair: SOFÍA RODRÍGUEZ BERNÍS (Museo de Artes Decorativas, Madrid)

Speakers

Material Culture and Institutions
SILVIA EVANGELISTI (University of East Anglia)

Clothing around the Mediterranean in early modern times
RAFFAELLA SARTI (Università degli Studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo”)

Matter in the Material Renaissance
ULINKA RUBLACK (Cambridge University)

Discussion

Saturday, February 4
Auditorio de la Fundación Carlos de Amberes (c/ Claudio Coello, 99; Madrid, 28006)

10.00 – 12.00 3. CONSUMPTION AND STATUS IN URBAN SPACES
Chair: JAMES S. AMELANG (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Speakers

Apparenza, lusso e abito nella Milano tra fine Cinque e inizio Seicento. Lo specchio mantovano
PAOLA VENTURELLI (Università dell’Insubria)

The Great Guardainfante Debate: The Politics of Women’s Dress in Baroque Madrid
AMANDA WUNDER (Lehman College, New York)

Eating Ice Cream on the Streets of Eighteenth-Century Naples
MELISSA CALARESU (Cambridge University)

Discussion

12.30 – 14.00 Chair: BERNARDO J. GARCÍA GARCÍA (Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Fundación Carlos de Amberes)

Round table

Research and cultural transfer: development of exhibition and object-based projects regarding the cultural history of dress and appearance in Early Modern Europe

ELVIRA GONZÁLEZ ASENJO (Museo del Traje. CIPE)
MARTA AJMAR (Victoria and Albert Museum)
FRIEDA SORBER (MOMU, Mode Museum Provincie Antwerpen)

Discussion

Final Remarks

 

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