Seminars

2007


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19

Judith Bettelheim, San Francisco State University:

Religion Performed: Carnival and Festival in Cuba.


Frances Ramos, Western Michigan University, Kalmazoo:                           Saintly Images and Carnival Dancing in 18th Century Puebla: The Case of the Heretica Doll.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28


James Stokes, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point:

Attacking the festive World: Entertainment, Religion and Cultural Control in Tudor England.


David Sanchez, Technical University, Berlin, Germany:

The Tarasca in Madrid's Corpus Christi Procession (1650s-1770s).

A Popular Depiction of Evil.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER  9


Janet Marquardt, Eastern Illinois University:                                                                              Medieval Fever in 1910 Cluny; Religious Festivals Joins Royal Reenactment.

Christina Neilson, John Hopkins University, Baltimore: Beheading the Baptist: Sacred Street Theater and Sculptural Intervention in Renaissance Florence.

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