Deutsch Intern
    English and American Studies

    Ben Jonson: Literary Transactions across Cultural Environments

    06/21/2017

    International Conference at Würzburg University; conference venue: Tagungszentrum Burkardushaus

    conference venue: Tagungszentrum Burkardushaus, Am Bruderhof 1

    CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

    Thursday, 29.06.2017


    18:00-18:30    welcome & introduction (Isabel Karremann)

    18:30-20:00   public keynote lecture by Martin Butler (Leeds University), "Jonson in the Republic of Letters"            

    Friday, 30.06.2017


    09:30-10:30    James Loxley (Edinburgh University), "Be Here Now – the Jonsonian Soliloquy"

    10:30-11:30    Peter Berek (Mount Holyoke College, MA), " Poetaster, the Poetomachia, and the Theatrical Public"

    tea & coffee break

    11:45-12:45    Bill Kerwin (University of Missouri), "Epigrammatic Transactions: What Collides in Ben Jonson’s Poetry"

    13:30-14:30    Leon Grek (Princeton University), "Jonsonian Comedy in Rome and Athens"

    14:30-15:30    Julianne Mentzer (University of St Andrews), "Cross-Cultural Stylistic and Rhetorical Shifts in Ben Jonson’s Everyman in His Humour"

    tea & coffee break

    16:00-17:00    Erica Sheen (University of York), "Short-legged hens in both: Fluellenism revisited in Henry IV.2 and 'Inviting a Friend to Supper'"

    18:15 guided walk from hotel to Residenz

    18:30-19:30    exhibition “Julius Echter – Patron of Arts” on Renaissance Prince-Bishop Julius Echter, Martin-von-Wagner Museum, Residenz Würzburg (entrance through second inner court of the south wing)

    Saturday, 01.07.2017


    10:00-11:30    public keynote lecture by Julie Sanders (Newcastle University), “String Theory: Maritime and Disciplinary Geographies in Jonsonian Drama”      

    tea & coffee break

    12:00-13:00    Lucy Munro (King's College London), "Jonson's Playhouses"

    14:00-15:00    Andrew Bozio (Skidmore College, NY), "Bartholomew Fair and the Performativity of Place"

    15:00-16:00    Isabel Karremann (University of Würzburg), “Jonson’s Memory Sites: Page – Stage – Court”

    end of conference

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