MOBILITY, IDENTIFICATION AND IDENTITY IN THE EARLY MODERN MEDITERRANEAN

A joint SNS-Yale graduate student workshop

MOBILITY, IDENTIFICATION, AND IDENTITY  IN THE EARLY MODERN MEDITERRANEAN A joint SNS-Yale graduate student workshop
da Venerdì, 15 Dicembre 2017 a Sabato, 16 Dicembre 2017
venerdì ore 9.45, sabato ore 10.00
Workshop
Sala Azzurra, Palazzo della Carovana, Scuola Normale Superiore, Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7 - Pisa

Programme

FRIDAY 15 DECEMBER

9.45 Welcome by Stefania Pastore, Scuola Normale Superiore

SESSION I

10.00 David Sebastiani, Scuola Normale Superiore
“For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of”. Contested Words and Intercultural Encounters in Giovan Battista Capponi’s Inquisitorial Trial (Venice, 1588)

10.30 Hayk Esaghoulyan, Yale University
White Faced Rajahs: The Making of the Nabob in British and Irish Newspapers and Periodicals

11.00 Discussant Stefania Tutino, UCLA

11.15 Q&As

SESSION II

12.20 Ellen M. Nye, Yale University
Of Capital Necessity: Bullion and Credit in British Levant and East Indian Trade

12.50 Discussant Carlo Taviani, Villa I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies Deutsches Historisches Institute, Rome

13:00 Q&As

13.30 Lunch

SESSION III

15.00 Nicola Carotenuto, Scuola Normale Superiore
Crossing the Apennines: Tuscan networks in Fourteenth Century Venice.

15.30 Teresa Bernardi, Scuola Normale Superiore
Identification practices and mobility within the Venetian urban space

16.00 Matthew Dudley, Yale University
Approaches to Mobility Control in the Early Modern Ottoman Balkans

17.30 Discussant Andrea Caracausi, Università di Padova

17.45 Q&As

Dinner for invited guests

SATURDAY 16 DECEMBER

10.00 Welcome by Francesca TrivellatO, Yale University

SESSION IV

10.15 Ian Hathaway, Yale University
Before the Passport: Travel and Identification Papers in the Sixteenth-Century Mediterranean

10.45 Luca Calzetta, Scuola Normale Superiore
Domenico da Gagliano and his Gagliana: a man in a foreign body

11.15 Discussant Carlo Taviani, Villa I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies Deutsches Historisches Institute, Rome

11.30 Q&As

12.30 Lunch

SESSION V

14.00 Tommaso Stefini, Yale University
Only Those who ‘Come, Do Business, and Go’ are my Privileged Foreigners: The Contested Legal and Economic
Status of Venetians in Early-Seventeenth-Century Istanbul

14.30 Cristina Setti, Scuola Normale Superiore
Across the boundaries of community and state: religious, ethnic and civic identities within the enquiries of the
Sindici Inquisitori in Levante (16 th -17 th centuries)

15.00 Discussant Francisco Apellániz, Villa I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies

15:15 Q&As

16.15 Coffee break

SESSION VI

16.30 Victor Couto-Tiribás, Scuola Normale Superiore
A Transatlantic Livorno: the connections with Pernambuco in the Seventeenth-Century

17.00 Mallory Hope, Yale University
Marine Insurance in Eighteenth-Century Marseille

17.30 Discussant Regina Grafe, European University Institute

17.45 Q&As

Organizzazione

  • Stefania Pastore
  • Francesca Trivellato
Contatti UO

Servizio Comunicazione e Relazioni Esterne

Palazzo della Carovana
Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7
56126 PISA

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