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The Implications of Reading Brian Stock

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Rm 112 of the Victoria College Building

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THE IMPLICATIONS OF READING BRIAN STOCK

The colloquium offers an opportunity to consider the legacy and influence of Brian Stock's scholarship on the history of reading.

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Room 112 (Alumni Hall) of the Victoria College Building

8:15 Registration and Welcome

8:45 Opening Remarks

OPENING LECTURE, 9:00-9:30

Aviad Kleinberg, Tel Aviv University, "The Life of Brian"

SESSION 1: 9:30-11:00

Seth Lerer, UC San Diego, "The Textualized Augustine and Late Antique Communities"

Paul Saenger, Newberry Library, "Augustine's Ideas on Vision and the Evolving Format of the Patristic Page"

Sarah Spence, Medieval Academy of America, "Augustine, Vergil and the Geography of Loss"

11:00-11:30 coffee

SESSION 2: 11:30-12:30

Willemien Otten, University of Chicago, "Naturalism without Mediation: William of Conches and Hildegard of Bingen on Thinking Nature"

Suzanne Akbari, University of Toronto ,"Allegory and Integument, from the Victorines to Christine de Pizan”


12:30-2:30 Lunch


SESSION 3: 2:30-4:00

John Magee, University of Toronto, "Boethius and the Legacy of Alexander of Aphrodisias"

Marcia Colish, Yale University, "Self-Baptism in the Middle Ages"

Elisa Brilli, University of Toronto, "Dante's Inner Dialogues"

4:00-4:30 coffee

SESSION 4: 4:30-6:00

Albert Ascoli, UC Berkeley, "Believe Me! Stories of Reading in the Early Modern Period"

Jane Tylus, Yale University, "Listening for the congedo: scenes of goodbye in the Renaissance"

Giuseppe Mazzotta, Yale University, ""What is Vico's New Science About? Vico's Imaginary Dialogue with St. Augustine"

CONCLUDING LECTURE, 6:00-6:30

Natalie Zemon Davis, University of Toronto, "A Scholarly Friendship"



THANKS TO OUR BENEFACTORS

The organizers wish to gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the following departments and units:

The Principal's Office at Victoria College

The Department of Comparative Literature, University of Toronto

The Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies

The Department of Classics, University of Toronto

The Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto

The Emilio Goggio Chair in Italian Studies

The Faculty of Theology at St. Michael's College

The Department of English, University of Toronto



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