Symposium - Enlightened Religion: Culture, Identity, Networks in the European World 1650-1815

Location: Notre Dame Chicago Commons (Motorola Building, Michigan Avenue)

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Examining the intersection of religious issues and European identity.

November 9-10, 2012
9:30 – 5:00 pm (Friday)
9:30 – 2:00 pm (Saturday)

A few of the papers to be presented are:

“Contested Boundaries: A Muslim in Seventeenth-Century Europe”
Emanuele Colombo, DePaul University

“The Myth of the Golden Age and the Idea of Progress”
Ralph Keen, University of Illinois-Chicago

“Catholic Poetry and Domestic Devotion in Late Seventeenth-Century England”
Susannah Monta, University of Notre Dame

“Saint Anthony’s Sermons for Violin and Orchestra: music as a universal language in Tartini’s concertos”
Pierpaolo Polzonetti, University of Notre Dame

The symposium will also include a musical performance by the superb Callipygian Players.