\"Enmudezca la embidia, confessando silogismos que ya negar no puede\" Propaganda and Encomiastic Literature After the Battle of Fuenterrabía (1638).

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War and Peace in Early Modern Literature and Culture

26th – 28th November 2015 in association with the School of English and the School of Modern Languages

Thursday 26th November Venue: The Senate Room, Lanyon Building


Registration/tea and coffee


Opening remarks by Matt Williamson


Plenary I Chair: Sonja Kleij, QUB

Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez (University of Amsterdam), ‘A call to arms: War and the justification of war in Spanish and Dutch Early Modern theatre,’ sponsored by The Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities. 12.00-13.00

Panel I: Deconstructing Propaganda Chair: Crawford Gribben, QUB

Erzsébet Stróbl (Károli Gáspár University, Budapest), ‘Representations of War and Peace during the Summer Progresses of Queen Elizabeth.’ Cristina Agüero (UNED, Madrid), ‘“Enmudezca la embidia, confessando silogismos que yà negar no puede” Propaganda and Encomiastic Literature After the Battle of Fuenterrabía (1638).’ 13.00-14.00



Panel II: Records of War Chair: Sarah Cardwell, QUB

Cheryl Butler (University of Winchester), ‘Woad, Elephant Tusks & a Wedge of Gold: Southampton Merchants and the war with Spain.’ Jan Chlíbec - Václav Matoušek (Czech Technical University in Prague, Institute of Art History Czech Academy of Sciences Prague, Charles University, Prague), ‘The Thirty Years’ War in the Czech lands - engravings in the Theatrum Europaeum: Preliminary results of interdisciplinary analyses.’ J. Stuart Keogh (University of Dundee), ‘Read all about it! A very rare edition of the Jacobite Dublin Gazette, 1690.’




Panel III: Theatres of War Chair: Denise Kelly, QUB

Matthias Heim (Université de Neuchâtel), ‘“These mine eyes saw him in bloody state” (2H4 1.1.107): Looking at Battlefields and Witnessing War in Early Modern Drama.’ David Nicol (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia), ‘Making Love and War with Romans: William Rowley’s A Shoemaker a Gentleman and the Bohemian Crisis.’ Stephen Austin Kelly (University College Dublin), ‘Cry Havock: war and peace on the Irish Restoration stage.’


Wine reception in School of English Social Space

Friday 27th November Venue: Senate Room, Lanyon Building


Panel IV: War and the Individual Chair: Edel Lamb, QUB

Per Sivefors (Linnaeus University), ‘“Maymd Soldiours or poore Schollers”: Warfare and Authorship in Thomas Nashe.’ Matthew Woodcock (University of East Anglia), ‘Julius Caesar’s Commentaries and the Art of Early Modern Military Life-writing.’ Ann-Maria Walsh (University College Dublin), 'Countess Alice Barrymore and her relationship with Castlelyons: builder and defender of a substantive legacy.'




Panel V: Remembering the English Civil War Chair:

Aislín Kearney, QUB

Christopher Hull (University of East Anglia), ‘“Old English Vigour”: Gender and ideas of war in Restoration theatre and literature.’

Tom Charlton (The Dr Williams's Centre for Dissenting Studies), ‘“I cannot see that I was mistaken in the main Cause”: Richard Baxter justifies the Civil Wars in the Restoration.’




Panel VI: Travel and War Chair: Jennifer Maguire, QUB

Esther M.J. van Raamsdonk (University of Exeter), ‘Milton, Marvell and the First AngloDutch War.’ Joe Lines (Queen’s University Belfast), ‘Richard Head’s The English Rogue (1665) as Postwar Fiction.’ Alan Moss (Radboud University Nijmegen), ‘Comparing Ruins: National Trauma in Dutch Travel Accounts of the Seventeenth Century.’


Conference dinner at Deane’s Restaurant, Howard Street

Saturday 28th November Venue: The Senate Room, Lanyon Building


Plenary II Chair: Romano Mullin, QUB

Jerome De Groot (Manchester University), ‘Imagining Early Modern War', sponsored by the School of English at Queen's University, Belfast.


Panel VII: Challenging Memories of Conflict Chair: Mia Hewitt, QUB

James O’Neill (University College Cork), ‘Packaging the primitive and blaming the Brits: appropriating Tyrone’s rebellion, 1593-1603.’

Ruth Abraham (Queen’s University Belfast), ‘Visions of Peace: Rewriting the Peacemaker King in Frank McGuinness’ Speaking like Magpies.’




Panel VIII: Appropriating Anglo-French Conflict Chair: Cynthia Martin, QUB

John Hall (St Leo University, Tampa, Florida), ‘Powers behind the thrones; Richelieu, and Buckingham, separating fact from fiction.’ Samantha Lin (Queen’s University Belfast), ‘Sounding The Battle of Agincourt in Cinematic Adaptations.’


Optional lunch at Ulster Museum

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