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Naples in Eighteenth-Century Europe



Naples in Eighteenth-Century Europe

Naples in Eighteenth-Century Europe


Friday, 4 September

10.15 a.m. Opening Words

10.20 a.m. Introduction: Henrik Knif (Åbo Akademi University), Approaching Naples in the Eighteenth Century

11.00 a.m. Session I: Eighteenth-Century Perspectives on Ancient Campania  Anne-Marie Leander Touati (University of Lund), Pompeii Reception in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Sweden  Antero Tammisto (University of Helsinki), Pompeii in Eighteenth-Century Finland  Janne Tunturi (University of Turku), Ancients, Moderns, Savages: Campania in Late Eighteenth-Century Historical Thought

1.00 p.m. Lunch Break

2.15 p.m. Session II: Cultural Politics and Musical Diplomacy   Mélanie Traversier (University of Lille 3/Institut Universitaire de France), Fatal Attraction: How the Bourbons Worked for the Musical Supremacy of Naples in the Eighteenth Century  Charlotta Wolff (University of Helsinki), Naples in Stockholm: The Influence of Neapolitan Music and Theatre on the Northern European Scene

4.00 p.m. Drinks & Snacks

6.00 p.m. Concert: Follia d’Ammore – Singing and Playing from Naples in the Baroque Period


Saturday, 5 September


10.15 a.m. Keynote: John Robertson (University of Cambridge), What and When Was the Neapolitan Enlightenment?

11.15 a.m. Coffee Break

11.45 a.m. Session III: Neapolitan Philosophy and Political Thought   Adriana Luna-Fabritius (University of Helsinki), Visions of Sociability in Early Neapolitan Enlightenment  Koen Stapelbroek (University of Helsinki), The Liberty of Commerce: Neapolitan Trade Institutions and Eighteenth-Century Political Economy

 1.15 p.m. Lunch Break

 2.30 p.m. Keynote: Anna Maria Rao (University of Naples Federico II), Eighteenth-Century Naples: A European Capital of Culture?

 3.15 p.m. Panel Discussion

 4.00 p.m. Closing



Data: da Ven 4 Set 2015 a Sab 5 Set 2015

Ingresso : Libero