Lieu : Grande Bretagne, Sheffield, University of Sheffield, Humanities Research Institute
Habitual Behavior in early modern Europe 1500 – 1750
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.
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?