JE PEMS/ LRS “London Locations”, 14 juin 2024, Birkbeck: programme

LONDON LOCATIONS:

URBAN GEOGRAPHY, CREATIVE OPPORTUNITIES AND LITERARY REPRESENTATIONS

Paris Early Modern Seminar and London Renaissance Seminar Joint Conference

Organised by Sue Wiseman, Aurélie Griffin and Eva Lauenstein

June 14, 2024

9.00am-6.00pm

 

Keynes Library, also known as Room 114

Birkbeck

43 Gordon Square,

London WC1

Hand-coloured map of London cut from 1635 edition of Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg, Civitatis Orbis Terrarum.  MAP L85c no.27 (Digital Image File 3371). Used by permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license. For better image resolution, view the image in LUNA.

Source: Civitates orbis terrarum. Public Domain Mark 1.0 https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/view-of-london-in-civitates-orbis-terrarum

What happened where in seventeenth century London – and why is that important? Panellists explore the many dimensions of place, space and person and analyse many kinds of texts from plays and letters to songs and parish records. These raise issues about the relationships between art and commerce, crime and justice, memory and reputation. Please do join us and share your thoughts.

9.00 Coffee

9.30-10.10 At a distance: London from Abroad

‘Home away from home: Memories of London locations in some early modern English accounts of distant travels’

Ladan Niayesh

10.10-10.55 Zooming in: Mapping people and place

Strange Inventions, Strange Changes and a Strange Order: Donald Lupton’s Subtly Subversive Gazeteer of Early Modern London
Claire Labarbe

‘Park Life: Hyde Park (1637); St. James Park (1671)’
Mark Houlahan


10.55-11.30 Coffee

11.30-12.10 Excavating: times and memories
‘Contact zones: Clerkenwell and the 1594/5 Gray’s Inn Revels’
Michelle O’Callaghan

12.10-1.30pm lunch

1.30-pm-2.30pm Living: the City
John Heminges (1566 – 1630): editor of the First Folio, ‘Citizen and Grocer’, and parish constable.
Meryl Faiers

‘ “A Mint in the Temple”: Coining in seventeenth century London’
 Judith Hudson 

2.30-3.00 Break


3pm-3.55 Commerce / theatre

‘ “Playing the Whore”: Early Modern Bawdy Houses as Theatrical Spaces’
Kameron R.L. Johnson


‘The Golden Pen: Peter Bales and the Blackfriars Writing Challenge of 1595’
Grace Murray

4.00-4.55 Beyond the Borders: East, South, West
‘Experiencing the Everyday in the East India Company’s Yard at Blackwall’

Michael Powell-Davis

‘Plague, Sewers, and Sunday Drinking: Locating the Globe Stairs and the Globe Tavern’
Héloïse M. Sénéchal

‘Consumption, Purging and Beyond the Borders’

Amelia Ormondroyd-Williams

4.55-5.15 break

5.15-6.00  Heterotopia? Mixing it
‘Where Actors and Musicians Meet: Creative Communities at the Early Modern Inns of Court’
Simon Smith


6.00 Drinks


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Aurélie Griffin (23 mai 2024). JE PEMS/ LRS “London Locations”, 14 juin 2024, Birkbeck: programme. Paris Early Modern Seminar. Consulté le 13 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/11pmv


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