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PROGRAMME

 

(subject to last-minute modification)

 

                                         Tuesday 22nd April

18:00-20:00

Registration of Delegates

 

Palacio de Valdeparaíso

C/de las Bernardas 2

20:00-22:00

Welcome Reception

 

El Corregidor de Almagro

C/Gerónimo Ceballos 2

 

                                     Wednesday 23rd April

10:00-10:30

AULA MAGNA

 

Official Opening

10:30-11:30

AULA MAGNA

 

Plenary Session 1

 

Paulina KEWES (Oxford University)

Early Elizabethan Drama and the problem of counsel

Chair: Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos, Universidad de Sevilla

 

11:30-13:00

AULA 1

Seminar 1

eModE Language and Linguistics 1

 

The verb ‘drink’ in the sixteenth century part of the Corpus of Early English recipes

Francisco Alonso Almeida, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

 

The audience of MS Hunter 93, a medical text

Ivalla Ortega Barrera, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

 

Regional Lexis in Bp. White Kennett’s Parochial Antiquities (1695):  An Ignored Source of Early-Modern Provincial Vocabulary

Javier Ruano García, Universidad de Salamanca

 

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 2

Cultural Studies 1

 

Spanish medieval and renaissance history as depicted in Charles Dickens’ A Child’s History of England

Eroulla Demetriou & José Ruiz Mas, Universidad de Jaén

 

“That which is bred in the bone, will never out of the flesh”: English pamphleteers’ views of the Kings of Spain during the Spanish Match negotiations (1617-1624)

Eroulla Demetriou & Luciano García García, Universidad de Jaén

 

Visionay politics:  Biblical typology in Anna Trapnel’s The Cry of a Stone (1654)

Joan Curbet, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

13:00-16:00

Conference Opening Reception

 

Palacio de Valdeparaíso

Main Patio

16:00-17:30

AULA 1

Seminar 3

Cultural Studies 1

 

The anti-catholic discourse in Thomas Scott’s Vox Dei (1623) and Vox Regis (1624): A vehicle for discussion on new models of government

Leticia Álvarez Recio, Universidad de Sevilla

 

You the meek Virgin’: An approach to Lady Eleanor Davies’ prophetic voices

Carme Font Paz, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

 

New contexts for old prints: the political construction of the Popish Plot

Manuel J. Gómez Lara, Universidad de Sevilla

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 4

Renaissance Drama 1

 

Jesting joyfulness: Humor, vice, and improvisation in renaissance morality theatre

Karen Kettnich, University of Maryland, USA; Agnes Matuska, University of Szeged, Hungary

 

“Needful Woe”: King John and Genre

Zenón Luis-Martínez, University of Huelva

 

Richard Flecknoe and Interregnum drama

Rafael Vélez Núñez, Universidad de Cádiz

17:30-19:00

AULA 1

Seminar 5

eModE Language and Linguistics 2

 

Diction patterns on the English art song in the Baroque period

Jaime Berrocal Hernández , Escuela Superior de Canto, Madrid

 

Proverbs in Shakespeare’s plays: Popular wisdom as a stylistic element

Jesús Marín, Universidad de Extremadura

 

Words ‘new and old’ – of some oxymoric paradigms in Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Mireille Ravassat, University of Valenciennes, France

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 6

Renaissance Drama 2

 

Macbeth's kitchen

Maurizio Calbi, Universitá di Salerno, Italy

 

Time and the dramatic representation of experience in The Winter’s Tale

Lorena Laureano Domínguez

Universidad de Huelva

 

The chore and the passion: Shakespeare and graduation in mid-twentieth-century Portugal
Rui Carvalho Homem,
Universidade do Porto, Portugal

19:00-20:00

AULA MAGNA

 

Plenary Session 2

 

Douglas LANIER (University of New Hampshire)

Errors and Eros: Pregnant misfires in A Midsummer Night's Dream

Chair: Clara Calvo, Universidad de Murcia

 

 

                               Thursday 24th April

09:00-10:30

AULA 1

Seminar 7

Restoration Drama 1

 

Analysing the grotesque in Aphra Behn’s The Rover I (1677) and II (1681)

Ángeles Tomé Rosales, Universidade de Vigo

 

Truth and fiction in Margaret Cavendish’s The Blazing World (1666)

Sonia Villegas López, Universidad de Huelva

 

 

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 8

Renaissance Verse

 

Rewriting Ideologies: Translating Petrarch in Renaissance England

Antonio Ballesteros González, UNED

 

Making an audience: Early Modern readers and the Helicon

Elena Domínguez Romero, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

 

Henry Constable’s sonnets to Arbella Stuart

María Jesús Pérez Jáuregui

Universidad de Sevilla

SALA DEL CONDE DE VALDEPARAÍSO

Seminar 9

SNESL workshop 1

 

Towards a social network approach to late medieval London guilds: Initial hypotheses

José Miguel Alcolado Carnicero, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

 

Linguistic variation in the Salem Witchcraft Papers: Applicability of social network theory

María Chacón Chacón, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

10:30-12:00

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 10

Restoration Drama 2

 

The oriental tragedies of Mary Pix and Delarivier Manley

Pilar Cuder Domínguez, Universidad de Huelva

 

The politics of pathos in Otway’s Don Carlos (1676)

Paula de Pando Mena, Universidad de Sevilla

 

“All pretty hearty” in Newgate: The jolly Jacobite conspirator in Durfey’s Love for Money (1691)

Mª José Mora, Universidad de Sevilla

SALA DEL CONDE DE VALDEPARAÍSO

Seminar 11

SNESL workshop 2

 

Historicity in English Historical Linguistics research: The case of social networks and communities of practice in eighteenth-century London

Susan Fitzmaurice, University of Sheffield

 

How Social Network Analysis can contribute to Conceptual Metaphor Theory: A preliminary exploration

Fiona MacArthur and José Antonio Hoyas Solís, Universidad de Extremadura

12:00-12:30

Coffee Break

12:30-13:30

AULA MAGNA

 

Plenary Session 3 (SNESL workshop 3)

 

Terttu NEVALAINEN (Helsingin Yliopisto)

Social networks in early Modern English: Only connect?

 

Chair: Javier E. Díaz Vera, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

 

13:30-15:30

Free Time for Lunch

15:30-17:00

AULA MAGA

Seminar 12

Shakespeare on Screen 1

 

Filming The Taming of the Shrew for Franco’s dictatorship: La fierecilla domada (1955)

Juan F. Cerdá Martínez, Universidad de Murcia

 

Gangster Shakespeares: Maqbool and Omkara as the new Corleones

Rosa María García Periago, Universidad de Murcia

 

Shakespeare and experimental cinema: What happened to King Lear?

Remedios Perni Llorente, Universidad de Murcia

SALA DEL CONDE DE VALDEPARAÍSO

Seminar 13

SNESL workshop 4

 

'For the Benefit of the Publick' - Late 17th century Londoners seen through advertising discourse

Teresa Sánchez Roura, Universidade de Santiago

 

Non-standard 18th-century London language as evidenced by shopkeepers', footmen and coachmen's bills

Laura Wright, University of Cambridge, England

17:00-18:00

AULA MAGNA

 

Plenary Session 4

 

John JOUGHIN (University of Central Lancashire)

Dividuated selves: On critical finitude and the experience of ethnical subjectivity

 

Chair: Ana Sáez, Universidad de Valladolid

 

AULA 1

 

Plenary Session 5 (SNESL workshop 5)

 

Alexander BERGS (Osnabrück Universität)

The language of two brothers revisited: Philology meets social network analysis

 

Chair: José Miguel Alcolado, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

 

18:00-19:30

AULA MAGNA

 

SEDERI General Meeting

 

19:30-20:30

PALACIO DE VALDEPARAÍSO, MAIN PATIO

 

Walking Tour of Almagro

 

20:30-21:15

CORRAL DE COMEDIAS DE ALMAGRO

 

Guided Visit of the Corral de Comedias (built in 1628) and Performance (in Spanish) of a selection of interludes by Miguel de Cervantes:

 

-El vizcaino fingido ('The Man Who Pretended to Be from Biscay')

 

-El viejo celoso ('The Jealous Old Man')

 

-Las cuevas de Salamanca ('The Caves of Salamanca')

 

21:30

CONFERENCE DINNER

 

Convento de San Francisco

Ronda de San Francisco 31

 

 

 

                               Friday 25 April

09:00-10:30

AULA 1

Seminar 14

eModE Language and Linguistics 3

 

Observations on Shakespeare’s phraseological language: Modified phraseological units in the plays

José Luis Oncins Martínez, Universidad de Extremadura

 

On Shakespeare’s use and manipulation of phraseologisms

Manuel Sánchez García, Universidad de Extremadura

 

‘And endless complexity, lasts but a while’: On nominal structural and syntactic complexity in early Modern English

 Javier Pérez Guerra & Ana E. Martínez Insua, Universidade de Vigo

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 15

Cultural Studies 3

 

Nemo dat quod non habet’: The role of sermons in the shaping of England’s colonial discourse

Francisco J. Borge, Universidad de Oviedo

 

The Spanish ambassador’s account of the first Stuart masque: A new document

Berta Cano Echevarría , Universidad de Valladolid; Mark Hutchings, University of Reading

 

Truth in Increase Mather’s A Further Account of the Tryals of the New England Witches and Cases of Conscience Concerning Witchcraft

Elena Quintana Toledo, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

10:30-12:00

AULA 1

Seminar 16

Shakespeare on Screen 2

 

“If Shakespeare were alive today…”: Re-reading postmodern politics in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet (1996) and Michael Almereyda’s Hamlet (2000)

Manuel Casas Guijarro, Universidad de Sevilla

 

When Shakespeare becomes one of us: Coming out in Coronado's Hamlet and Jarman's The Tempest

Juan Carlos Hidalgo Ciudad, Universidad de Sevilla

 

Becoming Shakespeare & Jane Austen in Love: An intertextual dialogue between two biopics

Marina Cano López, Universidad de Murcia

AULA MAGNA

Seminar 17

Comparative Studies

 

Ariadne’s adaptation of Alexander Oldys’s The Fair Extravagant in She Ventures and He Wins

Jorge Figueroa Dorrego, Universidade de Vigo

 

Caius Marius and Venice Preserv’d: Otway’s tragic, or “comic”, muse?

Rafael Portillo, Universidad de Sevilla

 

Early stage history of Jules Romains' Volpone

Purificación Ribes Taver, Universitat de València

12:00-12:30

Coffee Break

12:30-13:30

AULA MAGNA

 

Plenary Session 6

 

Jean HOWARD (Columbia University)

Beatrice's Monkey: Staging Exotica in early Modern London Comedy

 

Chair:  Pilar Cuder, Universidad de Huelva

 

13:30-14:00

Official Closing

15:30

Post Conference Excursion to

 

EL VISO DEL MARQUÉS

 

(bus leaves from Ronda de San Francisco)

 

 

 

 

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