Konf: Visualizing Religious Beliefs: Images, spatial contexts, and religious practice in early modern Europe and beyond – Tübingen 05/14

Lehrstuhl für Neuere Geschichte (Prof. Dr. Renate Dürr), Dr. Philip Hahn, Dr. des. Fabian Fechner, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen; Graduiertenkolleg 1662 „Religiöses Wissen im vormodernen Europa
(800-1800)“
, Tübingen


Datum: 29.-30.05.2014
Ort: Tübingen, Eberhard Karls Universität, Alte Aula (Münzgasse 30, 72070 Tübingen)

This workshop is open to the public. It focuses on processes of visualization in religious contexts in early modern Europe and colonial Latin America. Taking an interdisciplinary perspective and bringing together scholars working on different countries and confessional denominations, the workshop addresses the following questions: Does a specific ‚religious gaze‘ exist? How did contemporaries appropriate religious imagery? Were sacred and profane iconographies separated, or was there rather a common ground between the everyday and the holy? Does the comparison of different case studies or a transnational perspective offer links that reveal the inter-confessional and intercultural dimensions of visualized religiosity?

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Thursday, 29.05.2014

9:00-9:30 Fabian Fechner/Philip Hahn: Introduction

9:30-12:30 Panel 1: Theological positions

Susanne Junk (Tübingen): How to recognize an angel at first sight: Lutheran uncertainties about visions

Coral Stoakes (Cambridge): The Jesuits and Visualizing the Apocalypse

Fabian Fechner (Tübingen): The Body of Christ in Early Colonial Peru – Visualizations between Miracle and Empirical Method

Andreas Holzem (Tübingen): Commentary

 

14:00-17:45 Panel 2: Spatial contexts 

Daniela Blum (Tübingen): Churches in Sixteenth-Century Speyer: Sacral Buildings and Religious Beliefs in the Scope of the Protestant Reformation

Christian Kühner (Freiburg/B.): The confessional as a tool of Tridentine Catholicism

Florian Bock (Tübingen): „Gute alte Gebräuch …“ – visualized space and arranged order in Catholic Baroque sermons

Suzanna Ivanic (Cambridge): Visual and material pious culture in seventeenth-century Prague households during recatholicization

Monique Scheer (Tübingen): Commentary

18:00-19:15 Keynote lecture 1: Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge): The Holy Maid of Wales: Visions, Politics and Catholicism in Early Modern Britain

 

Friday, 30.05.2014

8:30-12:15 Panel 3: Creating Images

Philip Hahn (Tübingen): The power of images: early modern theories of sensory perception and their implications for religious art and practice

Mary Laven (Cambridge): Picturing miracles in Renaissance Italy

Irene Cooper (Cambridge): Retouching the rosary in Early Modern Italy

Renate Dürr (Tübingen): Count, survey, draw … and believe? The debate on the Exodus of the Israelites in the eighteenth century

 

13:45-15:00 Keynote Lecture 2: Ulinka Rublack (Cambridge): How symbolic was politics at the Augsburg Imperial Diet in 1530?

15:00-16:00 Final discussion

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Philip Hahn

Seminar für Neuere Geschichte, Eberhard Karls Universität, Wilhelmstr.
36, 72074 Tübingen

07071-2977131

philip.hahn_AT_uni-tuebingen.de

 

Der Beitrag von Philip Hahn bei H-Soz-u-Kult:
http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/termine/id=24897 (5. 5. 2014)

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