Miejsce: Warszawa
Termin: 20 IX 2013


20 września 2013 r. w Instytucie Historii PAN rozpocznie się dwudniowa, międzynarodowa konferencja naukowa pt.

„Splendid Encounters: diplomats and diplomacy in Europe, 1500-1750″  

Konferencja organizowana jest przez Instytut Historii PAN oraz Bath Spa University i stanowić będzie historyków dyplomacji i służby dyplomatycznej epoki nowożytnej z kilkunastu krajów.

Roboczy program konferencji przedstawiamy poniżej.

Piątek, 20 września 2013

8.15-9.00 Rejestracja

9.00-9.15 Otwarcie konferencji

9.15 Wykład wprowadzający:  Prof. Daniel Riches, University of Alabama: Diplomacy and Cosmopolitanism

10.00 dyskusja

10.20 -10.40 przerwa kawowa

10.40 – 12.40 Session 1A: Diplomacy in social context: gifts and givers

Chair: TBC

  1. Nathalie Rivere de Carles, University of Touluse Le Mirail, Material geopolitics in Early Modern European culture
  2. Tracey A. Sowerby, Keble College, Oxford, The Meaning and Use of Diplomatic Gifts in Late Tudor Diplomacy
  3. Samuel Morrison Gallagher, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Unwanted Gifts: avoiding obligation in early modern diplomacy
  4. Michael Auwers, University of Antwerp, Ambitious givers, ambiguous gifts. Some thoughts about the functionality of painters in early modern diplomacy

11.10 – 12.40 Session 1B: Diplomacy in action

Chair: Sara Wolfson

  1. Ruben Gonzalez Cuerva, German Historical Institute in Rome, Diplomacy through Factions: the ‘Spanish Party’ at the Imperial court (1556-1659)
  2. Martina Bardonova, Charles University, Prague, The Spanish embassy in Prague under don Baltasar de Zúniga
  3. Frederik Dhondt, Ghent University, The Congress of Cambrai and Practical Legal Excellence (1722-1725)
  4. Sophie Holm, University of Helsinki, Foreign envoys in Stockholm during the Diet of 1746–1747

12.40-14.00 Lunch

14.00-16.00 Session 2A: Diplomacy and News Networks

Chair: Steve Murdoch

  1. Paul Arblaster, Zuyd University, Maastricht, Diplomacy and newspapers
  2. Laura Mesotten, European University Institute, Florence, News networks and ceremony at the peace conference of Vervins (1598)
  3. Kelsey Flynn, George Washington University, Designing an Embassy for Intelligence: English Diplomacy in Madrid and the Early Imperial Project, 1604-1625
  4. Clair McLoughlin, University of St Andrews, ‘Burn this as soon as you read it’: David Dunbar and the British- Spanish Crisis of 1726-7

14.00-16.00 Session 2B: Uneasy/unlikely diplomatic partnerships

Chair: Ekaterina Domnina

  1. Natalia Neverova, University of Limoges, The city of Strasbourg in its dealings with the French ambassadors (1590-1612)
  2. Ettore Cafagna, University of Verona, The Republic of Venice and the Republic of the United Provinces of the Netherlands in the early XVII century
  3. Renzo Sabbatini, University of Siena, The polite Diplomacy of a small Italian Republic: Lucca in Europe in the 16th-18th Centuries
  4. Carlo Bitosi, University of Ferrara, An impossible alliance. The republic of Genoa and England, 1650-1750

16.00- 16.30 przerwa kawowa

Sobota, 21 września

8.30-9.00 Rejestracja

9.00-10.30 Session 4A: Early diplomacy

Chair: Roberta Anderson

  1. Wojciech Kozlowski, New Europe College/CEU Budapest, Succession Crisis in Central Europe in the turn of the 14th century and the ways to tackle it
  2. Elena Woodacre, Winchester University, Treaties, hostages and matrimonial diplomacy between the Rulers of Navarre the Reyes Católicos at the cusp of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
  3. German Gamero Igea, University of Valladoid, The art of diplomacy in Ferdinand The Catholic’s Court

9.00-10.30 Session 4B: Financing Diplomacy

Chair: TBC

  1. Michael Talbot, SOAS London, The question of finance in early modern diplomacy
  2. Ulrich Nagel, University of Bonn, Money at War: Financial aspects at the Habsburg Embassies in Vienna and Madrid, 1618-1620
  3. Anna Kalinowska, Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, ‘He is no poor man, he can stay well enough…’ The problem of Early Stuart diplomatic emolument

10.30-11.00 przerwa kawowa

11.00-12.30 Session 5A: Tudor Diplomacy

Chair: Tracey A. Sowerby

  1. Ekaterina Domnina, Lomonosow State University, Moscow, Ciphers in early Tudor diplomacy: the case of Spinelli letters
  2. Victoria Smith, Oxford, The nature of ambassadorial counsel: counselling Elizabeth I in the fifteen-sixties
  3. Roberta Anderson, Bath Spa University, Sir Francis Walsingham and Diplomacy

11.00-12.30 Session 5B: Papal Diplomacy

Chair: Anna Kalinowska

  1. Alessia Secco, University of Rome Tor Vergata, The Apostolic Nunciatures in early modern Italy. The case of Tuscany in Seventeeth century between continuity and development
  2. 2Wojciech Tygielski, University of Warsaw, Papal diplomacy in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  3. Simon Johnson, Downside Abbey Archvies and Library, ‘To the great scandal of all’: The Apostolic Nuntio, the Inquisitor General and the English College Lisbon, 1620-1701

16.30 – 18.15 ession 3A : Politics of Diplomacy

Chair: TBC

  1. Nigar Gozalova, Institute of History, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Diplomatic Embassies of Nadir Shah Afshar to Russia and the Ottoman Empire
  2. Gábor Kármán, University of Leipzig,  The Zaklika Affair and the Specificities of Transylvanian Diplomacy in the First Phase of the Thirty Years War
  3. John Condren, University of St Andrews, Sovereign principality or dependent protectorate? Mantua and the crown of France, 1678-1690
  4. Sherrod Brandon Marchall, Syracuse University, NY, The Ottoman Crisis and Bourbon Pretensions to Power: Louis XIV and the Republic of Venice Consider Poland

16.30 – 18.00 Session 3B: Women and diplomacy

Chair: Simon Johnson

  1. Alejandra Fraganillo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Informal diplomacy between Queen Isabel of Bourbon and the Grand Duchess of Tuscany, 1621-1636
  2. Zuzanna Kowalska, University of Silesia, Katowice, ‘Noe other purpose but to loose time […]’. The missions of John Taylor and Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel to the Emperor Ferdinand II in the Correspondence of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia
  3. Sara Wolfson, Manchester Metropolitan University, Dévot politics and Caroline foreign policy, the duchesse de Chevreuse and Marie de Médicis at the court of Charles I, 1638-1641

12.30-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30Session 6A: Early Stuart Diplomacy

Chair: TBC

  1. Cynthia Fry, University of St Andrews, The Unknown Quantity: James VI of Scotland.
  2. Adam Marks, University of St Andrews, The end of Tudor Policy? James I of England.
  3. Steve Murdoch, University of St Andrews, The beginnings of British Foreign Policy: James I of Britain.

14.00-15.30 Session 6B: Arts and diplomacy

Chair: TBC

  1. Michela Berti, German Historical Institute in Rome, Europe in Rome and Rome in Europe: diplomacy as a network of cultural exchanges
  2. Opher Mansur, University Hong-Kong, Islam, Orientalism and diplomacy in the decoration of the early-modern papal audience chamber, 1492-1622
  3. Eoin Devlin, Cambridge, Restoring Catholic England: Lord Castlemaine’s mission to Papal Rome

15.30 -16.00 przerwa kawowa

16.00-17.00 Sesja podsumowująca:  The Premodern Diplomats Network: the next steps