Nostalgia in the Later Middle Ages – Oxford, 21-22 June 2017

Voici un beau petit colloque sur la nostalgie à la fin du Moyen Âge !

Et vous pouvez télécharger le poster ici : nostalgia poster

ainsi que le programme : nostalgia programme

Wednesday 21stof June
9:00-9:30 Welcome and introduction with Hannah Skoda and Fabrizio Titone
9:30-11:00 Approaches to Nostalgia
•Monika Palmberger (University of Vienna), Nostalgia and Anthropology: Past and Future at Stake
•Tim Wildschut(University of Southampton), The Psychology of Nostalgia
•Tobias Becker (German Historical Institute), Nostalgia Gets a Name: a Genealogy of the Nostalgia Discourse since the 1970s
11:00-11:30 Coffee
11:30-13:00 Historiography, Memory and the Semantics of Change
•Matthew Kempshall(University of Oxford), Writing Nostalgia in the Middle Ages
•José Ramón Diaz de Durana(Universidad del País Vásco), The Role of the Past in Late Medieval Hidalgo,Historiography and Memory
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Social Consciousness
•Elisabeth Gruber (UniversitätSalzburg), Memory and Nostalgia in Late Medieval Vienna
•Jan Geert Van Gelder(University of Oxford),Good Times, Bad Times: Opinions on the « Corruption of Time » in pre-Modern Arabic Literature
•John Sabapathy(UCL), Nostalgia and the Franciscans in the Early Fourteenth Century
15:30-16:00 Coffee
16:00-17:30 Protests and Social Change
•Vincent Challet(UniversitéPaul Valéry),Popular Politics and the Sense of Nostalgia at the End of the Middle Ages
•Hannah Skoda (University of Oxford), Petitioners and Protestors, and the Evocation of the ‘good old days’
•Sam Cohn (Glasgow University),Nostalgia and Popular Revolt in the Late Middle Ages

Thursday 22ndof June
9:00-10:30 Changing Dynasties and Political Legitimization
•Malcolm Vale (University of Oxford), Past Glories and Present Discontents: Political Nostalgia in Fifteenth-century England
•Larissa Tracy (Longwood University), Creating Literary Heroes: Nostalgia, National Identity and the Idea of Justice
•Len Scales (Durham University), 1250: The Fall of the Roman Empire?
10:30-13:00 Free time
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Nostalgia and Emotion
•Fabrizio Titone(Universidad del País Vasco),A Past that Never Sets: Expressions of Nostalgia in Sicily from the Twelfth to the Sixteenth Centuries
•Naama Cohen-Hanegbi(Tel Aviv University), Melancholic Memory in Late Medieval Medicine
•PiroskaNagy (Université du Québec à Montréal), as discussant
15:30-16:30 Closing discussion with coffee