Workshop: ‘Networks and Identities in the Catholic Reformation’

Venue
Moore Institute Seminar Room

Date & Time
27th April, 2012 @ 09:00:00

Globalisation, Empire, and Culture

Part of the Texts, Contexts, Cultures research programme.

Supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

27th April, 2012

Moore Institute Seminar Room

Workshop: ‘Networks and Identities in the Catholic Reformation'

Programme

9-10am

Alison Forrestal, National University of Ireland, Galway

‘Exploiting Sources of Patronage in the French Catholic Reformation: Vincent de Paul on the Royal Council of Ecclesiastical Affairs, 1643-52'

10-11am

Elizabeth Tingle, University of Plymouth

‘Indulgences after Luther: The Fall and Rise of Pardons in Counter-Reformation France'

11-11.15am

Coffee

11.15-12.15pm

Paul Shore, Brandon University

‘The Muslim Body in the Baroque Jesuit Imagination'

12.15-1.15pm

Tadhg O'hAnnracháin, University College Dublin

‘Cardinal Péter Pázmány and the Guide to the Divine Truth'

1.15-2pm

Lunch

2-3pm

Barbara Diefendorf, Boston University

‘How the Spanish Carmelites Became French: Teresian Identity and the Competition between Paris and Pontoise'

3-4pm

Eric Nelson, Missouri State University

‘Remembering the Martyrdom of Saint Francis of Paola: History, Collective Memory and Minim Identity in the Seventeenth Century'

4-4.15pm

Coffee

4.15-5pm

Silvia Mostaccio, Université Catholique de Louvain

‘Between Obedience and Conscience: A Cultural Challenge for the Society
of Jesus during Acquaviva's Generalate'

5-6.15pm

Responses from commentators, Simon Ditchfield, University of York, and Pádraig Lenihan, NUIG

Roundtable discussion