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Split, Croatia, 20-21 April 2012, CM XXII (Read 2486 times)
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Split, Croatia, 20-21 April 2012, CM XXII
14.04.2012 at 11:13:37
 
COLLOQVIVM MARVLIANVM XXII. Books and Readers in the Croatian Renaissance Humanism (II). 20-21 April, 2012, Split, Hrvatska / Croatia
 
Colloquia Maruliana are annual conferences on Marko Marulić (Marcus Marulus, Split, 1450-1524) and all aspects of Croatian Renaissance Humanism.
 
Contact: Bratislav Lučin <bratislav.lucin@gmail.com>, Neven Jovanović <neven.jovanovic@ffzg.hr>
 
COLLOQVIVM MARVLIANVM XXII
Books and Readers in the Croatian Renaissance Humanism (II)
Organised by: Split Literary Circle - Marulianum
20-21 April 2012.
Institute of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Split, Trg braće Radića, 7
 
 
FRIDAY, 20 APRIL 2012
Moderators: Gorana Stepanić and Vinko Grubišić
 
8:30 Institute of the Croatian Academy
 
Neven Jovanović (Zagreb): Plutarch, Cicero, and Francesco Barbaro in Zadar from 1417 to 1419
Bratislav Lučin (Split): Petronius on the Eastern Adriatic coast: Codex Traguriensis (Paris. Lat. 7989) and Croatian humanists
Diana Sorić (Zadar): Reading of Antun Vrančić
Gordana Čupković (Zadar): Glagolitic humanism-art of the trivia type
Milenko Lončar and Diana Sorić (Zadar): Using letters against uninvited readers: coded messages by Mihovil and Antun Vrančić
 
11:30 to 12:00: Coffee break
 
12:00 to 14:30
 
Vlado Rezar (Zagreb): Damjan Beneša's edition of Silius Italicus
Irena Bratičević and Ivan Lupić (Zagreb): First readings of Marin Držić's Hecuba
Gorana Stepanić (Pula): What did Nikola Vitov Gučetić read; repertoire of resources in the Commentary to the first book of Aristotle's "Art of rhetoric"
Francisco Javier Juez Gálvez  (Madrid): Books of Croatian humanists in the library of the first Count of Gondomar (1567-1626)
Josip Bratulić (Zagreb): Writing, reading, memorizing
 
 
SATURDAY, 21 APRIL 2012
Moderators: Francisco Javier Juez Gálvez and Bratislav Lučin
 
9:00 Institute of the Croatian Academy
 
Vinko Grubišić (Waterloo, Canada): Pavel Jozef Šafárik and Croatian Renaissance literature
Vladimir Bubrin (Toronto): Renaissance to the East: Blind Spot or Justified Neglect of the Croatian and Eastern European (Slavic) Renaissance in Western Scholarship?
Dragica Malić (Zagreb): Are the octosyllabic miracle plays from Vartal (yet) Marulić's?
Vuk-Tadija Barbarić (Zagreb): Marulić and the old-Croatian legal sources
 
11:00 to 11:30: Coffee break
 
11:30 to 13:30
Ivan Bodrožić and Natali Hrbud (Zagreb): John of Damascus in the works of Marko Marulić: a critical evaluation
Ruggero Cattaneo (Milan): Marulić's Epistle to Adrian VI in Italian: a translation with a translator's commentary
Irvin Lukežić (Rijeka): An approach to Marulić's demonology in the Evangelistarium
Branko Jozić (Split): Otium and negotium: Marulić on work
 
Further information:
http://sites.google.com/site/marulianum/
http://sites.google.com/site/markomarulicsplicanin/
http://hrcak.srce.hr/colloquia-maruliana?lang=en
http://sites.google.com/site/marulianum/marulicevi-dani/MD_2012.pdf (CM XXII booklet, PDF)
 
 
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