SEDERI XII

Programme



Nueva Facultad de Filosofía y Letras

Pº del Prado de la Magdalena, s/n

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda (1st floor)

Sala de Juntas (2nd floor)

Salón de Grados (3rd floor)
 
 

Wednesday, February 21

9:00 Registration

9:30-11:00 Panel: Cultural Studies

Salón de Grados

Chair: Luisa Fernanda Rodríguez Palomero

-J.M. Rodríguez García, "Method and Inquisition in Francis Bacon's Literary Works: A Cultural Studies Approach". -O. Jimeno, "Telling Times in Later Seventeenth-century England". -J. Stone (U. Barcelona), "The Law of Contract in Ferdinando Parkhurst’s Ignoramus, the Academical-Lawyer".

Panel: Linguistics

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda Chair: Cayetano Estébanez

-M. O’Neill (U. Lleida), "John Hart's Discourse on Spelling Reform: Disease and War in the Body Politic".

-G. Shorrocks (U. Salamanca – Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada), "John Collier's A View of the Lancashire Dialect".

-M.F. García-Bermejo (U. Salamanca), "Regional dialects in Sixteenth-century Jest-Books".

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:00 Panel: Drama

Sala de Juntas

Chair: Mª José Crespo

-J.M Rodríguez García (U. Santiago de Compostela – Lugo), "An Early Tudor Play about School Discipline: John Redford's Wit and Science".

-S. Muñoz (U. Málaga), "Using Film to Teach Renaissance Drama: The Case of Doctor Faustus".

-M.A. González Campos (U. Málaga), "'An Effeminate Prince': Gender Construction in Shakespeare's First Tetralogy".
 
 

Panel: Gender Studies Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Mª Eugenia Perojo

-H. Chun-Chu (General Education Center –Taiwan), "‘The master mistress of my passion’: Cross-dressing and Gender Performance in Twelfth Night".

-J. Figueroa (U. Vigo), "Having ‘To Bear the Yoke’: Women and Jest-Books of the Early Seventeenth Century".

-J. Cora (U. Alcalá), "‘Sleepe fy possess mee nott’: The Return of the Repressed in Lady Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus (1621), Sonnets 16 and 17".
 
 
 
 

16:30-17:30 Panel: Shakespeare

Salón de Grados

Chair: Ana Sáez

-P. Kottman (U. Albany), "Macbeth and the Ghosts of Sovereignty".

-C. Sastre (U. Valladolid), "King Lear’s Universe".
 
 

Panel: Gender Studies

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Elena González-Cascos

-M.J. Gómez Lara (U. Sevilla), "Marian iconology and the Cult of Elizabeth: A reading of Elizabeth I’s Passage to Her Coronation (1559)".

-A. Serras (U. Lisboa), "Distopian Female Images in More’s Utopia".
 
 

18:30 Opening Lecture

Aula Triste (Palacio de Santa Cruz)

Prof. Pilar Hidalgo (U. Málaga), "On Reading Harold Bloom´s Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human".
 
 
 
 
Thursday, February 22

9:00-10:30 Panel: Shakespeare

Salón de Grados

Chair: Santiago Fernández González-Corugedo

-D. Cruz Acevedo (U. Córdoba), "Degrees of Misreading: C.S.Lewis on Hamlet"

-J. Jiménez (U. Córdoba), "‘As boundless as the sea’. Romeo and Juliet as an impossible performance."

-G. Harrington (Salisbury State U.), "‘When the Battle’s Lost and Won’: The Opening of Shakespeare’s 1 Henry IV".
 
 

Panel: Cultural Studies

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Ana Sáez

-L. Álvarez (U. Sevilla), "An Approach to the Emblematic Tradition in 17th Century Anti-Catholic Pamphlets".

-R. Bromber (U. of California- Santa Barbara), "The Afortunado Men of Letters".

-L. García García (U. Jaén), "Images of Protoracism in the Spanish and English Literatures of the Renaissance and the Seventeenth Century".
 
 

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:00 Panel: Shakespeare

Salón de Grados

Chair: Carlos Herrero

-E. Olivares (U. Jaén), "Trespassing the limits of gender: transvestism in Macbeth".

-P. Rodríguez Gómez (U. Valladolid), "Macbeth's Portrait Of Cad Goddeu. Encounters With The Celtic World".
 
 

Panel: Poetry Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Isabel Mansilla

-B. Cano and E. Perojo (U. Valladolid), "Astrophil and Stella: An Unprofitable Relationship?"

-J. Casanova (U. Huelva), "‘Before Words’: Seeing and Privacy in Renaissance Poetry".
 
 

12:30-13:30 Plenary Lecture

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Prof. Gerald Hammond (U. Manchester), "Mary Sidney and the English Renaissance Psalm".
 
 
16:30-17:30 Panel: Historical Studies

Salón de Grados

Chair: Pilar Abad

-D. Hughes (U. Warwick), "Human Sacrifice and Seventeenth-century Economics: Otway's Venice Preserv'd".

-M. Beagles (U. Complutense / Pontificia de Comillas), "Hidden Spanish treasure in a Seventeenth-century text: The Strange Case of Dr García and Mr Howell".

Panel: Gender Studies

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Berta Cano

-S. Hernández Santano (U. Huelva), "Marston's The Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image: The Ovidian myth revisited".
 
 

17:30-19:00 General Assembly

19:00-20:00 Plenary Lecture

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Prof. Sandra Clark (U. London), "Deeds Against Nature: Women and Murder in the Street Literature of Early Modern England".
 
 
21:30 Dinner
 
 
 
 

Friday, February 23

10:00-12:00 Round Table: Women writers and Restoration culture

Salón de Grados

Chair: J.A. Prieto Pablos (U. Sevilla)

Participants: Z. Luis Martínez (U. Huelva) , P. Cuder Domínguez (U. Huelva), R. Vélez Núñez (U. Cádiz), S. Villegas López (U. Huelva).

Book exhibition

Departamento de Filología Inglesa
 
 

12:00-12:30 Coffee break

12:30-13:30 Plenary Lecture

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Prof. Brian Vickers (U. Zürich), "Jakob Burkhardt’s Invention of the Renaissance".

13:45 Vino español

16:30-18:30 Panel: Shakespeare

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Francisco Javier Escribano

-P. Lorenz (New York U.), "‘Our Absence to Supply’ - The Representation of Sovereignty in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure".

-K. Gregor (U. Murcia), "The ‘Other’ William and the Question of Authority in Spanish Stage Depictions of Shakespeare".

-J.M. González Fernández de Sevilla (U. Alicante), "Shakespeare, Valencia and the Mediterranean: A Cultural Transaction".

-S. F.G. Corugedo (U. Oviedo), "Shakespeare's eagles II".

Panel: Drama

Sala de Juntas

Chair: Enrique Cámara

-S. Machado (U. Lisboa), "The Satirist in Ben Jonson´s Four Major Comedies".

-M.J Mora (U. Sevilla), "Casting as strategy in Restoration theatre: The case of Dryden’s All for Love (1677-1704)".

-M.E. Pérez (U. Oviedo), "Widows in Ben Jonson's Comedies".

-C. Zunino (U. Huelva), "Rhetoric and Truth in The Spanish Tragedy".
 
 

19:00-20:00 Panel: Shakespeare

Salón de Actos Lope de Rueda

Chair: Berta Cano

-E. Domínguez (U. Huelva), "‘Between the pale complexion of true love, and the red glow of scorn’: Traditions of Pastoral Love in As You Like It".

-C. Calvo (U. Murcia), "Shakespeare and Cervantes in 1916: Discourses of Nationalism and Cultural Identity".

Panel: Film Studies

Sala de Juntas

Chair: Santiago Rodríguez

-M.J. Álvarez Faedo (U. Oviedo), "Manipulating Fantasy and Reality: A Comparative Study of Max Reinhardt's, Adrian Noble's and Michael Hoffman's Cinematic Approaches to William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream".

-J. López-Peláez (U. Jaén), "Shakespearean Films and Ideology, Or Shakespeare and the Ideology of Films, Or Films and the Ideology of Shakespeare".