Fantasies of Power: Drama, Politics and Aesthetics in Early Modern Europe Workshop

Date: 
05/06/2016 -
1:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: 
East Pyne 127 & 010
Speakers: 
Julianne Werlin (Duke University), Deborah Blocker (UC Berkeley), Kirill Ospovat (St. Petersburg/Princeton University), Joel Lande (Princeton University), Albrecht Koschorke (Konstanz University)
Fantasies of Power:
 Drama, Politics and Aesthetics in Early Modern Europe
 
An Afternoon Workshop
 Friday, 6 May, 2016
 
Free registration: http://goo.gl/forms/DDLpRW7EUb
 
 
Panel 1
 
1:40-3:00 p.m., East Pyne 127
 Julianne Werlin (Duke University): ‘Naming and Political Necessity.’
Déborah Blocker (University of California, Berkeley): ‘Affirming one's freedom to enjoy: the poetics of the Accademia degli Alterati and Peri's and Rinuccini’s Euridice (1600).’
 
Panel 2
 
3:10-4:30 p.m., East Pyne 127
 Kirill Ospovat (St. Petersburg/Princeton University): ‘Fiat Lux: Tropes of Incorporation in the Eighteenth-Century Russian Ode.’
Joel Lande (Princeton University): ‘The Logic of Literary Improvement.’
 
Keynote Speaker
 
5:00-6:30 p.m., East Pyne 010 
Albrecht Koschorke (Konstanz University): ‘Poetic Jurists, Geniuses in Office, Romantic Bureaucrats: Administration and Poetry in Early Modern Germany.’
 
 
 
For more information: k.ospovat@gmail.com or nsmith@princeton.edu