P.B. Shelley's contemporaneity/ies
P.B. Shelley's contemporaneity/ies - International Bicentenrary Conference
Bologna 20-21 ottobre
Ravenna 22 ottobre
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 ROOM M, VIA BENIAMINO ANDREATTA 8
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14.00 WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
14.30 -18.30 Session I, chair:
Maurizio Ascari (University of Bologna),
Maria Schoina (Aristotle University Thessaloniki), "'Cease! must men kill and die?' Percy Shelley's Attitudes to War"
Maria Valentini (University of Cassino), "Shelley: Ariel or Caliban?"
Nick Havely (University of York), "The Scottish Saint and the Witch of Atlas: Pursuing Shelley in the Apennines"
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 AULA PRODI, SAN GIOVANNI IN MONTE
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9.00 -11.00 Session II, chair:
Lila Maria Crisafulli (University of Bologna),
Nora Crook (Anglia Ruskin University), "Shelley and Slavery"
Antonella Braida (University of Lorraine), "'The abolition of personal and domestic slavery': Percy Bysshe Shelley on Women and Italian Culture"
Michael Bradshaw (University of Worcester), "'I hope I have not disrupted your meeting': Provocation and Protection in Shelley's Extraordinary Bodies"
11.30 -13.30 Session III, chair:
Keir Elam (University of Bologna),
Anna Mercer (Cardiff University), "Shelley's Beatrice Cenci as Romantic Heroine —Then and Now"
Jeffrey Cox (University of Colorado Boulder), "Beatrice Unbound: Thinking Through Oppression with Shelley, Then and Now"
Greg Kucich (University of Notre Dame), "The Cenci, the Case of Beatrice, and the Politics of Cyclical Vengeance"
14.30 -16.30 Session IV, chair:
Serena Baiesi (University of Bologna),
Lilla Maria Crisafulli (University of Bologna), "Ethics of Care and Political Praxis in Shelley's Vegetarianism"
Paul Hamilton (Queen Mary University of London), "Percy Shelley's Triumph of Europe"
Michael Rossington (Newcastle University), "The Publication of Hellas from 1822 to the Present"
17.00 -18.30 Session V, chair:
Carlotta Farese (University of Bologna),
Shelley Now - Respondent Franca Dellarosa (University of Bari 'Aldo Moro)
Marco Canani ('G. D'Annunzio' University, Chieti-Pescara), "Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Discourses of Sustainability"
Elisabetta Marino (Tor Vergata University - Rome), "Vegetarianism: From Shelley to Gandhi"
Paolo Bugliani (University of Pisa), "'The age of romance was over. The age of realism had begun': Forms of the Defence of Poetry in Modernist Times"
Anna Anselmo (University of Ferrara), "Politics, the Romantic Press and the Death of Percy Bysshe Shelley: A Critical Discourse Analysis"
Andrea Peghinelli (Sapienza University - Rome), '"Jez Butterworth and Shelley"
Gino Scatasta (University of Bologna), "P.B. Shelley as a Pop Icon"
18.30 PERFORMANCE: "Shelley: a Diet for Peace"
Conrad Williamson in the roles of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Susan Morgan
DIRECTOR Denise Stephenson
WRITER Maggie Rose
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 SALA POLIFUNZIONALE DEGLI ANTICHI CHIOSTRI VIA DANTE ALIGHIERI 4
10.00 WELCOME REMARKS
10.30 -12.30 Session I — chair:
Diego Saglia (University of Parma),
Carla Pomarè (University of Eastern Piedmont), "Shelley among the 'Cocknio-Carbonari"
Valentina Varinelli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart), "Ideal Communities and Esoteric Verses: Shelley's Stilnovo"
Michael Gamer (University of Pennsylvania, Queen Mary University London), "Periodical, Piracy, and the Posthumous Network"
14.30-16.30 Sessione II - chair:
Gioia Angeletti (University of Parma),
Francesco Rognoni (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart), "'Dreams of baseless good': Rousseau's Anzoletta and Julian's Maniac"
Gregory Dowling (University of Venice), "The Witch of Atlas: Shelley's Clawless 'Young Kitten"'
Diego Saglia (University of Parma), "'Our joyous voyage': Sailing and the Poetry of Community in Percy Shelley's Tuscan Years"
16.30 CLOSING REMARKS
Scientific and Organizing Committee:
Maurizio Ascari, Serena Baiesi, Lila Maria Crisafulli, Donatino Domini, Gregory Dowling, Carlotta Farese, Claudia Giuliani, Diego Saglia, Maria Valentini
Thursday, June 15, 2023 - 17:00
Wednesday, April 5, 2023 - 17:00
Thursday, March 9, 2023 - 17:00
Thursday, March 2, 2023 - 17:00