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    JULY 4 - Europe and Tyranny 



    Welcome by Fr. Bernard Bourdin

                                        panel 1 - Tyranny and Renaissance Europe 1

    chair: Marie-Claire Phélippeau
     
    Brenda Deen SCHILDGEN, University of California, Davis, USA - ENGLISH -Tyranny of Literalism in the Early Modern Period:
       Girolamo Savonarola and the "Brucciamenti delle vanità"

    Melinda A. CRO, Kansas State University, USA - ENGLISH  - Folly’s Tyranny: Theatricality in Erasmus’ and Labé’s Portraits of
      Folly.


    Bienvenue B Bourdin (6,43 Mo )
    traduction bienvenue (3,82 Mo )
    B. D. Schildgen (9,01 Mo )
    Melinda Cro & quest. (16,36 Mo )


                                        panel 2 - Tyranny and Renaissance Europe 2

    chair: Mario Turchetti

    Olivier MILLET, Université de Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France- FRANÇAIS     Liberté de conscience, hétérodoxie et tyrannie, à propos de la mention de Castellion dans Les Essais de Montaigne

    O. Millet (9,26 Mo )
    Questions (9,95 Mo )


                                        panel 3 - Tyranny and Renaissance Europe 3

    chair: Eugenio Olivares Merino

    Eduardo A. SALAS ROMO, Universidad de Jaén, Spain - ESPAÑOL  -  El concepto de tiranía en la obra de Antonio de Guevara / The concept of tyranny in the writings of Antonio de Guevara

    Regina CARPENTIERI, University of Campinas, Brazil - ENGLISH - The City of The Sun: A Machivellian utopia.

    Stelio CRO, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University, USA - ENGLISH - The lion and the fox: an unholy animal kingdom


    E. Salas (9,35 Mo )
    R. Carpentieri (6,26 Mo )
    S. Cro (10,00 Mo )
    Questions (7,08 Mo )


                         
                   panel 4 - Tyranny and the law – Lawyers’ analyses

    chair: William Rogers

    Hernán CORRAL TALCIANI, Universidad de los Andes, Santiago, Chile - ESPAÑOL  - Tyranny and Law in Thomas More's        Declamation in Reply to Lucian’s Tyrannicide

    Christopher J. RILEY,
    Attorney at Law, Minneapolis, 
    USA - ENGLISH - Constitutional Law as Bulwark against Tyranny


    H. Corral (7,78 Mo )
    C. Riley (10,93 Mo )
    Questions (7,96 Mo )



    JULY 5 – England, Thomas More & Tyranny
                                       



                                        panel 5 - Tyranny in England’s history 1

    chair: Cecilia Hatt

    Jean-Philippe GENÊT
    , Université de Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France - ENGLISH -
    The problem of tyranny in fifteenth century England, from the War of the roses to Henry VII

    William ROCKETT
    , University of Oregon, USA - ENGLISH -
    Tyranny?


    Intro. G. Wegemer (1,81 Mo )
    J-P. Genêt (9,47 Mo )
    W. Rockett (7,16 Mo )
    Questions (12,89 Mo )


    panel 6 - Tyranny in England’s history 2

    chair: Stephen M. Foley

    Paul QUINN, University of Sussex, UK - ENGLISH - Identifying tyrants, nullifying tyranny on the early modern stage.

    Cecilia HATT,
    Independent Scholar UK - ENGLISH -
    Keeping the Conversation going: Fisher & More and Henry VIII’s intellectual tyranny

    Eugenio OLIVARES MERINO
    , University of Jaén, Spain - ENGLISH -
    Thomas More’s refusal to read a letter by the Emperor


    P. Quinn (7,14 Mo )
    C. Hatt (7,18 Mo )
    E. Olivares (11,33 Mo )
    Questions (3,70 Mo )


                                        panel 7 - Thomas More and Tyranny 1

    chair: Seymour B. House

    Gerard WEGEMER,
    University of Dallas, USA - ENGLISH -
    Exposing Tyranny: More’s Earliest Literary Experiments

    John GUY
    , Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, UK - ENGLISH -
    Thomas More and Tyranny


    G. Wegemer (11,99 Mo )
    J. Guy (18,54 Mo )
    Questions (8,69 Mo )


                                        
    panel 8 - Thomas More and Tyranny 2

    chair: Gerard Wegemer

    Jeffrey S. LEHMAN, Thomas Aquinas College, USA - ENGLISH - Seeing Tyranny in Thomas More’s Richard III and Utopia

    Stephen W. SMITH, Hillsdale College, MI, USA - ENGLISH -
    Tyranny and Imagination: Shakespeare, Thomas More and the Education of Princes


    J. Lehman (7,51 Mo )
    S. Smith (9,55 Mo )
    Questions (10,78 Mo )


                                
    JULY 6 - Thomas More and Tyranny



                                       
    panel 9 - Thomas More and Tyranny 3

    chair: Franck Lessay

    Isabelle BORE
    , Université de Picardie-Jules Vernes, France - ENGLISH -
    Writing under Tyranny: the examples of Thomas More and Thomas Elyot

    Mario TURCHETTI
    , Université de Fribourg, Suisse - FRANÇAIS -
    Thomas More et la tyrannie, ou le déchirement de la conscience


    I. Bore (11,02 Mo )
    M. Turchetti (13,72 Mo )
    Questions (10,26 Mo )


                                                           panel 10 - Thomas More and Tyranny 4

    chair: Stephen W. Smith

    Benjamin BEIER, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA – ENGLISH  -
    "Damning Dissuaded Time": Tyranny and Rhetoric in The History of King Richard III

    Samuel GREGG, Acton Institute, USA – ENGLISH - 
    Intentionality and Moral Identity in Thomas More’s History of King Richard III


    B. Beier (8,07 Mo )
    S. Gregg (8,28 Mo )
    Questions (9,31 Mo )


                                       panel 11 - Thomas More and Tyranny 5

    chair: Jeffrey S. Lehman

    Emily A. RANSOM
    , University of Notre-Dame, USA - ENGLISH -
    Not By Any Means Necessary: More’s Stylized Criticism of Lucian’s Tyrant-Killer

    Stephen M. FOLEY
    , Brown University, USA - ENGLISH -
    The Trope of Tyranny in More’s epigrams


    E. Ransom (8,14 Mo )
    S. Foley (9,05 Mo )
    Questions (2,99 Mo )


                                         panel 12 - Thomas More and Tyranny 6

    chair: Elizabeth McCutcheon

    William ROGERS, U.S. Air Force Academy, USA - ENGLISH - "Charitable Hatred": More on Heresy, Tyranny, and the Disordered Will

    Marie-Claire PHELIPPEAU, Moreana Editor, France - ENGLISH -
    Thomas More and the Sins of Tyranny: being evil and acting evil


    W. Rogers (7,21 Mo )
    M-Cl Phélippeau (9,66 Mo )
    Questions (7,30 Mo )


                                       panel 13 - Digital Thomas More Projects

    chair: Seymour B. House

    Romuald LAKOWSKI, Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, Canada - ENGLISH - Proposal for a "Digital Thomas More"

    Jeffrey S. LEHMAN, Thomas Aquinas College, USA - ENGLISH -
    Arts of Liberty Project


    R. Lakowski (14,89 Mo )
    J. Lehman (7,20 Mo )