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Giornata di convegni su Boccaccio e le arti figurative

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Giornata di convegni su Boccaccio e le arti figurative

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Nov 03 2022 09:30 - 19:30
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PROGRAMM:

Sektionsleitung: Prof. Dr. Maria Antonietta Terzoli (Universität Basel)


9:30 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Teresa D’Urso/Prof. Dr. Ciro Perna (Università della Campania):
„Boccaccio a Napoli: cultura classica e mitologia nell'illustrazione libraria angioina della
seconda metà del Trecento“

10:15 Uhr
Francesca Rosa Pasut (Associazione del Corpus della Pittura Fiorentina):
„I disegni del Filostrato, Firenze, Bibl. Nazionale Centrale, II II 90 nel contesto della
miniatura veneto-lombarda tardo trecentesca“
Kaffeepause

11:30 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Anna Cerbo (Università l’Orientale, Napoli):
„Letteratura e pittura. Disegni e ritratti nelle opere di Boccaccio“

12:15 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Achim Aurnhammer (Universität Freiburg):
„Visuelle Kanonisierung. Boccaccio in frühneuzeitichen Porträts“
Sektionsleitung: Prof. Dr. Massimiliano Rossi (Università di Lecce)

15:00 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Andrea Torre (Scuola Normale, Pisa):
„L'edizione Riessinger 1478 del Filocolo: strategie narrative e interpretazione illustrativa“

15:45 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Giancarlo Alfano (Università Federico II, Napoli):
„Srotolando. Tre ipotesi su un’immagine del s. XV“
Kaffeepause

17:00 Uhr
Dr. Scot McKendrick (British Library, London):
„Bocace le grant: how to make Boccaccio's De casibus fit for a King“

17:45 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Anne D. Hedeman (University of Kansas):
„Laurent de Premierfait’s Transformation of Boccaccio for a new French Audience:
Illuminated Translations of the De casibus and Decameron in the Early Fifteenth Century.“

Venue

Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Ungargasse 43 , 1030 Wien

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