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Colloque, Shakespeare et l'intertextualité Michele Marrapodi



                            SHAKESPEARE AND INTERTEXTUALITY:
THE TRANSITION OF CULTURES BETWEEN ITALY AND ENGLAND IN THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD

Palermo, 25 - 27 November 1999
Palazzo Steri, Sala delle Capriate
Faculty of Arts, Aula Magna

Thursday 25 November - 4.00 p.m.

Palazzo Steri, Sala delle Capriate,
Registration

4.30 p.m.

Chair:
Alessandro Serpieri

Robert S. Miola
"Seven Types of Intertextuality"

J. R. Mulryne
"The Italian World of Antony and Cleopatra: Plutarch and After"

Robin Headlam Wells
"Blessing Europe: Virgil, Ovid, and Seneca in The Tempest"

9.30 p.m.
Première of Il berretto a sonagli
by Luigi Pirandello
Teatro Biondo

Friday 26 November - 9.30 a.m.

Faculty of Arts, Aula Magna

Chair:
J.R. Mulryne

Anthony Barthelemy
"Luxury, Sodomy, and Miscegenation: English Perceptions of Venice in The
Merchant of Venice"

Pamela Brown
"Italophobia and Othello"

Jason Lawrence
"'Non sono io quello che paio in viso': Othello , Cinthio, and Orlando
Furioso"

Claudia Corti
"Shakespeare and Ficino: The Example of Julius Caesar"

Mario Domenichelli
"'La Bella Morte' in Hamlet and Troilus and Cressida"

Friday 26 November - 4.00 p.m.

Faculty of Arts, Aula Magna

Chair:
Robert S. Miola

Keir Elam
"'The continent of what part a gentleman would see': English Bodies in
European Habits"

Michele Marrapodi
"English and Italian Intertexts of the Ransom Plot in Measure for
Measure"

Michael J. Redmond
"Measure for Measure and the Politics of the Italianate Disguised Duke
Play"

Jeffrey A. Netto
"Sensuous Games: Renaissance Paintings and the Iconography of Chess in
The
Tempest"

Saturday 27 November - 10.00 a.m.

Faculty of Arts, Aula Magna

Chair:
Marcello Cappuzzo

Fernando Cioni
"Shakespeare's Italian Intertexts: The Taming of the/a Shrew"

Ching-Hsi Perng
"The Letter as Intertext: An Explication of Antonio's Letter to Bassanio
in
The Merchant of Venice"

P. A. Skantze
"Making It Up: Performance and Improvisation as Cultural Exchange
Between
Italy and Shakespeare"

11.30 a.m.

Chair:
Keir Elam

Round Table: Conclusions

9.00 p.m.

Farewell Dinner

For further information, registration, and hotel accommodation contact:
Michele Marrapodi
Email: Marrapod@unipa.it

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Michele Marrapodi
Professor
Dipartimento di Scienze filologiche e linguistiche
Faculty of Arts
University of Palermo
Telephone: +091-6560278
Fax: +091-421494
e-mail: marrapod@mbox.unipa.it