Sábado, 24 de Agosto de 2019
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Fernão Mendes Pinto revisitado em colóquio - UCL/KCL

Início: Fim: Países: Reino Unido

Literatura, História

University College London e King’s College London promovem, entre os dias 5 e 6 de dezembro, o colóquio «Travel and Writing in the Global Renaissance: Revisiting the Peregrination of Fernão Mendes Pinto (1614-2014)», com a presença de reputados especialistas internacionais.
 
Programa
 
Travel and Writing in the Global Renaissance:
Revisiting the Peregrination of Fernão Mendes Pinto (1614-2014)
5th-6th December 2014, University College London & King’s College London

 
5th December (UCL, Haldane Room)
The Peregrination as an Open Text:
Genre, Publics, Aesthetics

 
3 pm Francisco Bethencourt (King’s)
Opening words
 
Zoltán Biedermann (UCL) & Catarina Fouto (King’s)
Introduction
 
3.15 pm Rui Loureiro (Centro de História d’Aquém e d’Além-Mar)
The return of Fernão Mendes Pinto
 
3.45 pm Tom F. Earle (Oxford)
Patterns of Irony in the Peregrination
 
4.30 pm Coffee break
 
4.45 pm Vincent Barletta (Stanford)
Pilgrim Rhythms
 
5.15 pm Catarina Fouto (King’s)
The Baroque Aesthetics of the Peregrination
 
6th December (King’s – Strand, Council Room)
The Peregrination as a Global Narrative:
Crossovers, Invention, Intertextuality

 
10 am Francisco Roque de Oliveira (Universidade de Lisboa):
Iberian readings and transcriptions of Fernão Mendes Pinto’s Peregrination: unpublished manuscript, 1576-1614
 
10.30 am Jorge Santos Alves (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
Mendes Pinto's "Southeast Asian Mediterranean": a Malay geopolitical concept?
 
11.15 am Coffee break
 
11.30 am Joan-Pau Rubiès (ICREA Barcelona)
Cultural diversity, moral universalism and irony in the Peregrination
 
12 noon Zoltán Biedermann (UCL)
Pilgrim vs. Diplomat: The contradictions of writing about Empire from below
 
12.45 pm Conclusions
Pinto Revisited: travelling, writing, and the making of the early modern world
 
Este evento está apoiado pelo Instituto Camões, a School of European Languages, Cultures and Societies (UCL), o Centre for Early Modern Exchanges (UCL) e a School of Arts and Humanities (King’s College London).

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