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3
May 2016
  • 16:00 - 19:00
    Opening of the conference in the Archive of Simancas

    Opening of the 27th SEDERI Conference "Cervantes+Shakespeare 1616-2016" in the Archive of Simancas

    Inaugural lecture by José María Lassalle, the Secretary of State for Culture: "Dos ideas de libertad: Cervantes y Shakespeare".

    A wine reception will be offered.

    A bus will be available to transport delegates from Valladolid to Simancas. The bus will be departing at 17:15 from Plaza de la Universidad. 

4
May 2016
  • 07:00 - 07:30
    Registration

    Collect programme and documents.

    Venue: Rector Tejerina building, basement (see the map on the right).

     
  • 07:30 - 08:45
    Session 1
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2

    Ethel Junco de Calabrese: “Vínculo y destino: Thomas Mann lector de Cervantes”

     

    Berta Guerrero Almagro: “La recuperación de la herencia europea para la comprensión de Venezuela: Shakespeare y Cervantes en la poesía de Ramos Sucre”

    Nora Rodríguez Loro: “Anglo-Spanish Cultural and Literary Relations: The Case of Diana’s Dedication to the Lady Rich”

     

    Leticia Álvarez Recio: “Translating Spanish Chivalric Books in Early Modern England: Thomas Shelton’s Don Quixote and Anthony Munday’s Publications”

     

    Mark Hutchings: “Shakespeare’s Turks”

     

     

  • 08:45 - 09:15
    Coffee

    Coffee break

  • 09:15 - 10:15
    Session 2
    PANEL 1

    Pedro Álvarez Cifuentes: “Los Doze de Inglaterra: ¿Un caso de anglomanía en Luis de Camôes?”

    Trevor Dadson: “Diego de Silva y Mendoza, conde de Salinas, e Inglaterra: una perspectiva desde Lisboa”

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • 10:30 - 11:30
    Plenary 1

    Adrienne Martin: "Cervantes, Shakespeare y el giro hacia el animal"

  • 13:45 - 15:00
    Session 3
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Eva Álvarez Ramos: “Interpretaciones y reinterpretaciones del imaginario cervantino en la literatura infantil y juvenil: translación de la figura de don Quijote a la geografía literaria de los niños”

    Tomás Monterrey: “Wagner for Shakespeare: Kasper Holten’s Production of Das Liebesverbot at Teatro Real in 2016”

     

    Maurizio Calbi: “Where Is My Shakespeare”: Replaying the Bard in Abbas Kiarostami’s Where Is My Romeo (2007) and John Akomfrah’s The Nine Muses (2010)”

     

    Linda McJannet: “Transferring Shipwreck into the Body: A Dance Adaptation of The Tempest

    Marta Revilla Rivas: “Lightening Books: Early Modern English Books at St Alban's College Library, Valladolid”

     

    Juliana Nalerio: “Cervantes’ La Española Inglesa, La Vulnerata, and Valladolid at the Turn of the Century (16th- 17th)”

     

    José A. Pérez Díez: “Gondomar y los comediantes: Diego Sarmiento de Acuña and his Theatrical Connections”
     

     

  • 15:00 - 16:00
    Session 4
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Jesús F. Pascual Molina: “Relaciones luctuosas: funerales regios anglohispanos en el siglo XVI”

     

    Javier Burguillo: “Épica áurea antiaglicana: texto y contexto de la Historia del glorioso martirio de Edmundo Campiano

    David Amelang: “From Directions to Descriptions: Theatrical Paratext in Printed Plays as an Authorial Outlet”

     

    Jesús Tronch: “Indefinite Stage Directions and Speech Prefixes in Shakespeare and in Cervantes”

    Rui Carvalho Homem: “‘Ghosts and Affections’: Heaney, Canon, and Shakespeare”

     

    Miguel Ramalhete Gomes: “Shakespeare and the PIGS: Measure for Measure and Coriolanus Translated by Fernando Villas-Boas”

     

  • 16:00 - 17:00
    Plenary 2

    Roland Greene: "Who was Shakespeare's Cervantes?" 

  • 18:00 - 19:00
    Route around Valladolid

    The route of the English Ambassador: from Cervantes to Shakespeare

    Guided by Berta Cano and Mark Hutchings.

    Departing from the gate to Campo Grande in Plaza de Zorrilla.

     

5
May 2016
  • 07:00 - 08:15
    Session 5
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Christian Santana Hernández: “Shakespeare: creador de nuestro mundo de amor y locura”

     

    Rosa Helena Chinchilla: “Islas de la imaginación en Cervantes y Shakespeare”

     

    Juan Herrero Diéguez: “La huella de Cervantes en la carrera del vivir”

    Elena Bandín Fuertes: “The Royal Shakespeare Company Arrives in Spain: Much Ado About Nothing (1984); Titus Andronicus (1989)”

     

    Daniel M. Ambrona Carrasco: “Richard III on the Spanish Stage and its Reception (2005-2015)”

     

    Jennifer Ruiz-Morgan: “Romeo and Juliet on the Early Nineteenth-Century Spanish Stage”

    Paula Schintu Martínez: “The Gully-Hole of Literature": On the Enregisterment of Cant Language in 17th-century England”

     

    Jesús Romero Barranco and Javier Calle Martín: “Past Tense Marking in Early Modern English: A Corpus-based Study”

     

     

  • 08:15 - 09:30
    Session 6
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    José Manuel Barrio: “Las primeras referencias a la casa de Cervantes de Valladolid en los libros de viajeros ingleses y norteamericanos”

     

    Beatriz y Fernando González Moreno: “Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote: el viaje literario y pintoresco por H. D. Inglis”

    Maria de Jesus Crespo Relvas: “Lear and Quijote, two Wanderers on Uneven Paths”

     

    Susana Oliveira: “Marriage and Deceit in Shakespeare and Cervantes: All that Glitters is not Gold”

     

    Jesús Romero Barranco: “Punctuation in Early Modern English Scientific Writing: Jane Jackson’s Recipes in London, Wellcome Library, MS 373”

     

    Soluna Salles Bernal: “Vernacularisation of Scientific Texts in the Early Modern English Period: The Case of the Treatise on the Diseases of Women in Glasgow University Library, MS 303”

     

     

  • 09:30 - 10:00
    Coffee

    Coffee break

  • 10:00 - 11:00
    Plenary 3

     Alfredo Alvar: "Rompe [Fama] del norte las cerradas nieblas..."

     

  • 11:00 - 12:00
    Author's presentations

    José Enrique Gil-Delgado Crespo: “…Y Shakespeare leyó el Quijote"

    Juan Tazón: "Sabed que mi nombre se perdió y siete relatos cortos"

    Eduardo Fernández-Fournier: “Sonetos 1 a 17 de William Shakespeare"

     

  • 14:00 - 15:00
    Session 7
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Lucía Benedet Fernández: “Shakespeare Survey & Co. Aplicación del contexto histórico y social estudiado por autores británicos del siglo XX en los estudios españoles sobre Shakespeare y coetáneos”

     

    Mónica Amenedo Costa: “Miguel de Cervantes en la prensa literaria británica del siglo XVIII”

    Nathalie Rivere de Carles: “‘Mere ambassadors of the imagination’ or ‘real ambassadors’: Feminine Diplomacy in Shakespeare’s and Cervantes’ Comedies”

     

    Jordi Sánchez-Martí: “Reading Chivalric Romances in Early Modern England: The Case of the Iberian libros de caballerías”

    Jorge Figueroa Dorrego: “Genre Shifting in Restoration Adaptations of The Curious Impertinent

     

    Raquel Serrano González: “D'Urfey's Rewriting of Marcela and Cardenio: Performing Gender and Madness”
     

     

  • 15:00 - 16:00
    Session 8
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    María Sánchez Pérez: “La Historia de Cardenio en judeoespañol”

    Pablo de la Fuente: “‘Andar con buen nombre por las lenguas de las gentes, impreso y en estampa’: las traducciones al inglés y al francés de El Quijote en vida de Cervantes. Nexos y mímesis”

    Carla Della Gatta: “Translating Cervantes For the Stage: Puppetry, Prose, and Process”

     

    Juan F. Cerdá: “Contemporary Authorship, Authority, Auteurism in Spanish Shakespearean Performance”

    Francisco Borge: “Pedro de Valdés and Post-Armada Rhetoric: An Emblem of Spanish Defeat and English Victory”

     

    Jesús López-Peláez Casellas: “Emblematic ‘Commerce’: Nascent Capitalism According to Some English and Spanish Emblems from the Early Modern Period”
     

     

  • 16:00 - 17:00
    Plenary 4

     Brean Hammond: "Cervantes' Bones"

  • 17:00 - 17:30
    Presentation

    Presentation of the project "Universo Cervantes"

     

  • 19:00 - 21:30
    Conference dinner

    Conference dinner. Restaurante Patio (Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid).

6
May 2016
  • 07:15 - 08:15
    Session 9
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Juan Ramón Muñoz Sánchez: “Entre episodio y novela: Cervantes frente a su género preferido”

     

    Blanca Santos de la Morena y Manuel Piqueras Flores: “El tratamiento de la religión en La española inglesa: una novela entre dos tierras”

    Eugenio Cortés Ramírez: “In Search of the New Learning. Cultural Hegemony, Utopia and Ideology in Sir Thomas More, Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare”

     

    Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu: “Delusions of Grandeur, Madness and Intertextuality between Erasmus’s The Praise of Folly, Shakespeare's Hamlet and Twelfth Night and Cervantes's Don Quixote within the Context of Madness as Inversion”

    Miriam BorhamPuyal: “Literary Lady-Errants: How Don Quixote Became a Woman and Attempted to Change the World”

     

    María Jesús Lorenzo Modia: “Cervantes' Aftermath: The Purbeck Sisters”

     

     

  • 08:15 - 09:30
    Session 10
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    Ignacio Calle Albert: “La aparición musical en las obras dramáticas de Shakespeare”


    Ana Aparecida Teixeira de Souza: “La discreción en la caracterización de la protagonista de la obra dramática La gran sultana de Cervantes”

    Keith Gregor: “Shervantes; or, Reconstructing William and Miguel”

     

    Elizabeth Jeffery: “From the Point of View of Text and Canon, What is ‘Shakespeare’?”

     

    Christian Smith: “World Literary Nexus in Ludwig and Dorothea Tieck’s Translations of Shakespeare and Cervantes”

    Eduardo Olid Guerrero: “The ‘Espanolized English’ and the ‘Anglicized Spanish’: Cervantes and Elizabeth I”

     

    Claudia Mesa: “In Search of Elizabeth I: Visual Representations of the Virgin Queen in Early Modern Spanish Sources”

     

    Jesús-David Jerez-Gómez: “La lira y la espada: el papel de la poesía ante el desastre de la Invencible

     

     

  • 09:30 - 10:00
    Coffee

    Coffee break

  • 10:00 - 11:00
    Plenary 5

     Lena Cowen Orlin: "'Shakespeare's Second Best Bed'"

  • 11:00 - 12:00
    Assembly

    General Assembly of Sederi Associates

  • 13:45 - 15:00
    Session 11
    PANEL 1 PANEL 2 PANEL 3

    María Ángeles Fernández Cifuentes: “Don Quijote en Manhattan: reflejos cervantinos en la filmografía de Woody Allen”

     

    Margarita del Hoyo Ventura: “Violencia y responsabilidad: un acercamiento a Hamlet, dirigido por Calixto Bieito”

     

    Noelia E. de la Torre Cantalapiedra: “Dos gigantes en pantalla grande. Las adaptaciones cinematográficas de las obras de Cervantes y Shakespeare”

    Begoña Lasa: “British Perceptions and Representations of Queen Isabella of Castile during the Victorian Era: A Paragon of Feminine Virtue”

     

    Alexander Samson: “Images of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Spain”

     

    Susan L. Fischer: “Catherine of Aragon in Tudor History and on the Transnational Stage”

     

    Cristina Mourón Figueroa: “Richard III: A History Play? William Shakespeare: A Tudor Propagandist?”

     

    Mariela Wong: “That Arabic Story known as Don Quixote de la Mancha"

     

    Jonathan P. A. Sell: “Through Quevedo’s Spectacles: Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy from the Perspective of Política de Dios

     

     

     

  • 15:00 - 15:30
    Coffee

    Coffee break

  • 15:30 - 16:30
    Plenary 6

      Patricia Marín Cepeda: "Por huir de la corte: Cervantes y el poder"

  • 16:30 - 17:00
    Closing session

    Closing of the conference and Young Researcher Prize award

  • 18:00 - 19:00
    Concert of La Spagna

    Encuentro en Valladolid: Baroque music based on texts by Cervantes and Shakespeare.

    Venue: Royal English College of Valladolid.

7
May 2016
  • 10:00 - 11:30
    Visit to Casa de Cervantes

    Shakesperare & Cervantes Poetry Co./ Shakespeare y Cervantes Cia. de Poesía

    Dramatized reading of Cervantes and Shakespeare's texts with live music in Casa de Cervantes.

    Silvia Martín Treviño, actress
    Elisa Colías Benito, actress
    Juan Luis Sara, actor
    M A Pérez Martín, actor
    Rodrigo Jarabo, vihuela

     

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