Don Juan Archiv - Wien, Forschungsverlag
Symposium "Performance of Diplomacy", 17-18 March 2017
Laura Oliván Santaliestra
Hans Ernst Weidinger
Suna Suner and Reinhard Eisendle
Eröffnung

Performance of Diplomacy in the early modern World

 

Don Juan Archiv Wien

Universidad de Granada

Stvdivm fæsvlanvm


17th – 18th March 2017

Trautsongasse 6/6, 1080 Vienna

 

 

Organized by:


Suna Suner and Reinhard Eisendle (Don Juan Archiv Wien)

Laura Oliván Santaliestra (Universidad de Granada)

Hans Ernst Weidinger and Marcel Molnár (Stvdivm fæsvlanvm)

 

 

 

Programme

Friday, 17th March 2017

 

09:00–09:30 OPENING AND INTRODUCTION

Matthias J. Pernerstorfer (Don Juan Archiv Wien)

Laura Oliván Santaliestra (Universidad de Granada)

Hans Ernst Weidinger (Stvdivm fæsvlanvm)

Suna Suner and Reinhard Eisendle (Don Juan Archiv Wien)

 

 

09:30–11:30

OPENING LECTURES (Conference Room)

Chair: Reinhard Eisendle

Nathalie Rivere de Carles (Toulouse)

Theatres of Diplomacy. Thinking, Performing and Perfecting Diplomacy on the Early Modern Stage

Wilhelm Berger (Vienna / Klagenfurt)

Diplomacy and Melancholy

Matylda Urjasz-Raczko (Warsaw)

The Performance of Otherness. Two Polish-Lithuanian Diplomats on Their Missions to the Mediterranean World (1627–1647)

 

11:30–12:00 Coffee Break

 

 

12:00–13:30 Panel I

 

SECRECY AND PROVOCATION (Conference Room)

Chair: Laura Olivàn Santaliestra

Elizabeth Montanez Sanabria (Valparaíso)

Ambassadors, Informers, Spies and the Spanish Secrecy about the Indies in the Seventeenth Century

Maria Telegina (Budapest)

Public Performance and Secret Diplomacy: Russian Ambassadors at the Ottoman Guild Parade in Kostantiniyye during the Seventeenth Century

John Condren (Limerick / St. Andrews)

Agent provocateur: The Marquis de Saint-Olon’s Ill-fated Embassy to the Genoese Republic (1682–1684)

 

13:30–15:00 Lunch Break

 

 

15:00–16:30 Panel II

 

THE ROMAN STAGE AND ITS REFLECTIONS I (Conference Room)

Chair: Hans Ernst Weidinger

Tiago Viúla de Faria (Lisbon)

Staging an Alliance: The Marriage of Frederick III (1452) in Portuguese Diplomatic Writings

Ekaterina Domnina (Madrid)

How to Receive a Papal Ambassador in Sixteenth-Century London, or “When in Rome Do as the Romans Do”

Cristina Aguero (Madrid)

“Non hebbe bisogno la Fama di tromba per spargere questa voce”. The Admiral of Castile’s Embassy of Obedience to Pope Innocent X and the Two Cavalcades Performed in Rome (1646)

 

 

PERFORMANCE OF DIPLOMACY IN THE OTTOMAN-EUROPEAN RELATIONS I (Johanneum)

Chair: Suna Suner

Rubén González Cuerva (Madrid)

My Infidel Friend: Charles V, Muley Hassan of Tunis and the Theatre of Majesty (1535)

Maria Pia Pedani (Venice)

Diplomatic Messages and Ottoman Symbols. Development and Changes in the Modern Age

Zsuszanna Cziráki (Szeged)

Hungarian Elements in the Habsburg-Ottoman Diplomacy during the Seventeenth Century

 

16:30–17:00 Coffee Break

 

 

16:00–18:00 Panel III

 

THE ROMAN STAGE AND ITS REFLECTIONS II (Conference Room)

Chair: Hans Ernst Weidinger

Teresa Chirico (Rome)

Le aquile e la musica. Il cardinale Pietro Ottoboni (1667–1740) e gli ambasciatori imperiali a Roma

Lars-Dieter Leisner (Vienna)

“The Queens Carpet”. Religious Performance and the Fight for Diplomatic Precedence in Early Eighteenth-Century Rome

Cristina Fernandes (Lisbon)

The Power of Music in the Performance of Portuguese Diplomacy in Early Eighteenth-Century Rome: Festivities in Honour of Infante Alexandre’s Birth (1724)under the Patronage of the Ambassador André de Melo e Castro

Pilar Diez Del Corral (Berlin)

Una basilica diventata teatro”: Santa Maria in Aracoeli and the Diplomatic Ambitions of Jose Maria Fonseca de Évora in Early Eighteenth Century Rome

 

 

PERFORMANCE OF DIPLOMACY IN THE OTTOMAN-EUROPEAN RELATIONS II (Johanneum)

Chair: Suna Suner

Özgür Kolcak (Istanbul)

Imperial Ambassador Walter Leslie’s Diplomatic Embassy to Adrianople and Constantinople (1665–1666)

Yasir Yilmaz (Ankara / Olomouc)

Diplomatic Ritual at the Eleventh Hour: Albrecht Caprara’s Visit to Constantinople (1682) at the Dawn of the Second Siege of Vienna

Seyfi Kenan (Istanbul)

How Ottoman Envoys Conceptualize Their Cultural Encounters with Europe in the Eighteenth Century: The Holy Roman Empire, France, Prussia, Russia

Mehmet Alaaddin Yalçınkaya (Trabzon)

Conduct of the Permanent Ottoman Embassies in Europe (1793–1802): London – Paris – Vienna – Berlin

 

19:00 Bread & Wine

 

Saturday, 18th March 2017

 

09:00–10:30 Panel IV

 

THE IMPERIAL COURT (Conference Room)

Chair: Matthias J. Pernerstorfer

Rostislav Smíšek (České Budějovice)

“Och, die pottschafter”. Foreign Diplomatic Officers and Performances at the Imperial Court in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century through the Eyes of Court Dignitaries

Michaela Buriánková (Pardubice)

Festivities Organized by Imperial Ambassadors in Madrid – Mansfeld, Lobkowicz, Harrachs – as Representatives of the Emperor during the Reign of King Carlos II (1673–1697)

Lenka Maršálková (Pardubice)

Dominik Andreas Count of Kaunitz in the 1680s and Early 1690s. Beginning of an Imperial Diplomat’s Career

 

 

TEXTS OF DIPLOMACY (Johanneum)

Chair: Tiago Viúla De Faria

Rubén González Cuerva (Madrid)

The Performance of Diplomacy through Contemporary Texts. ‘Verdadera relación que da cuenta de la forma y aparato que el duque de Feria entró en Francia’ (Paris 1610)

Conchi Gutierrez (Madrid)

Performing Posthumous Homage to the Ambassador: Two ‘Oraisons Funèbres’ to Abel Servien (1659)

 

10:30–11:00 Coffee Break

 

 

14:00–15:30 Panel V

 

MOSCOW AND PARIS (Conference Room)

Chair: Michael Hüttler

Marta Jaworska (Warsaw)

Diplomatic Performances at the Muscovite Court in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Jan Waszink (Leiden)

Prestige and Principle: Hugo Grotius and the Carriage Incident in Paris (1637)

Philippa Woodcock (Warwick)

The Ambassadors’ Fireworks Parties: Public and Private Performance in Paris (1640–1730)

 

12:30–14:00 Lunch Break

 

 

14:00–15:30 Panel VI

 

DIPLOMACY, MUSIC AND THEATRE I (Conference Room)

Chair: Laura Oliván Santaliestra

Attila Györkös (Debrecen)

Spectacles to Forging Common Identity: The Myth of Troy and the Franco-Venetian-Hungarian Alliance (1502)

Clemens Peck (Salzburg)

On Diplomatic Mimesis. Sovereignty and Representation in Early Modern Theatre

Irena Veselá (Brno)

Costanza e Fortezza, Prague 1723. Opera as a Political Manifesto

 

 

FLORENCE AND GENUA (Johanneum)

Chair: Suna Suner

Sergius Kodera (St. Pölten)

Fake Letters of State: Machiavelli and Guicciardini in Jocular Correspondence (1521)

Maria Alberti (Florence/Venice)

Middle Eastern Guests in Florence during the Age of Grand Duke Cosimo II (r.1609–1620)

Armando Fabio Ivaldi (Genua)

L’Effimero barocco: da metafora del potere a sperimentazione dell’artista. Alcuni esempi genovesi di fine Seicento

 

15:30–16:00 Coffee Break

 

 

16:00–18:00 Panel VII

 

DIPLOMACY, MUSIC AND THEATRE II (Conference Room)

Chair: Reinhard Eisendle

Giuseppina Raggi (Lisbon) & Andrea Sommer-Mathis (Vienna)

Giuseppe Zignoni and Conrad Adolph von Albrecht, Imperial Representatives at the Portuguese Court (1703–1724, 1734–1737): Between Diplomacy, Music and Theatres

Vera Grund (Salzburg)

Fandom and Cultural Diplomacy: Giacomo Durazzo’s Theatre Mission in Venice (1764–1772)

Hilal Çiftçi & Türkan Polatçı Demirkol (Çankırı)

The Entertainment Life in Europe from the Perspectives of the Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Ambassadors: Paris – London – Berlin – Vienna

 

 

CEREMONY AND LEGITIMATION (Johanneum)

Chair: Roberta Anderson

Dorothea Nolde (Vienna)

Celebrating the Negotiator: A Peace Festival at the Court of Hannover (1679)

Konrad Bielecki (Warsaw)

The Performing Elephant. What Did the Use of Exotic Animals Mean in the Sixteenth Century Diplomacy

Camille Desenclos (Haute-Alsace)

Performing Ceremonial Entries as Foundation of a Mediation: The Example of the Extraordinary Embassy of the Duke of Angoulême to Ferdinand II and Vienna (1620)

Ondřej Stolička (Madrid)

The Ceremonial Entrance of the Ruler and the Diplomats at the Court of Charles II of Spain (1665–1700)

 

19:00 Closure and Reflections

 

Letztes Update: 24.05.2017
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