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Habitual Behavior in early modern Europe 1500 – 1750

Paolo Monaldi, Bambocciata, XVIIe, huile sur toile, 49,2 x 65 cm, collection particulière.

Type : Colloque international

Date : 1 – 2 juin 2017

Lieu : Grande Bretagne, Sheffield, University of Sheffield, Humanities Research Institute

Habitual Behavior in early modern Europe 1500 – 1750

June 1st

10:30 – 11:30: Registration

11:30 – 13:00: Sex, Lust, and Desire

Dr Harry Cocks, Nottingham University: Habituation and Lust in Seventeenth and Early-Eighteenth- century England.

Dr Vincenzo Lagioia, University of Bologna: “Non solamente le lettere in cathedra ma ancora li buoni costumi”. Virtuosic Actions and Public Morality in the Seventeenth-Century: the Pisan Studio and the Rector Sodomite.

Mr Tommaso Scaramella, University of Bologna: «Per mottivi naturali». The Regulation of Sexual Habits in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century Venice. Continuer la lecture

Appel à communication : “Habitual behaviour in early modern Europe, 1500–1750”.

Klaes Molenaer, Les Musiciens, s.d., huile sur toile, 19.7 x 20.3 cm, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. (c) Glasgow Museums

Klaes Molenaer, Les Musiciens, s.d., huile sur toile, 19.7 x 20.3 cm, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. (c) Glasgow Museums

Type : Appel à communication.
Date de la manifestation : 1er et 2 juin  2017.
Lieu : Sheffield, university of Sheffield.
Date limite : 16 novembre 2016.

What habits, practices, or routines, made up day-to-day life in Europe between 1500-1750? At what point was habitual behaviour, such as excessive drinking, considered problematic? And how did ideas about habitual practice fit into early modern concepts of body and self?

This two-day interdisciplinary conference aims to draw together scholars working on material culture, digital humanities, medicine, consumption, daily routine, practice, theory, and more, and invites them to consider their research under the heading of ‘habit’. We welcome papers on habitual behaviour, customs and practices, and daily routines, whether mealtimes or medicine, venery or vinosity. Continuer la lecture