Colloque « Imaginaire des lieux, réalité des territoires: La construction des identités néerlandaises par l’image (1579-1702) », 8 octobre 2021, INHA


Day one : October 7th 2021
10h00 : Accueil du public / Welcome
10h15 : Welcome word from the organizers
10h30 : Colette Nativel : Prof. dr. Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
10h50 : Stijn Bussels : Prof. dr. Universiteit Leiden
11h10 : Conversation et pause / Conversation and Break
Opening talk
11h40 : Boudewijn Bakker: Dr., Ex-Chief Curator of the Stadsarchief Amsterdam
Concentric Identities: Landscape and Patriotism in the 17th-Century Dutch Republic
12h10 : Conversation
12h30 : Pause / Break

SESSION 1 : Paradoxes de l’image du territoire : Entre Unification Territoriale et Affirmation des Identités Locales
Paradoxical aspirations : Territorial Unification vs. Local Affirmation
14h00 : Merlijn Hurx Dr., Assistant Professor, Universiteit Utrecht and Bram Vannieuwenhuyze Prof. dr. Universiteit van Amsterdam
The Van Deventer Anachronism: Maps of the Northern and Entire Low Countries from about 1540
14h20 : Benjamin van der Linde, Dr., Research Associate, Universität Hamburg
The Dutch Republic and the Two Frieslands. Mapping the north of the Netherlands and the role of early modern historiography
14h40 : Questions and conversation
15h00 : Sarah Moine, Ph.D. Candidate, Universiteit Leiden
Besieged City, Liberated Republic: the Siege of Leiden in arts and its symbolism
15h20 : Carole Fonticelli, Ph.D. Candidate, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Mapping the religious identity in North Brabant through the prism of Mary Magdalene
15h40 : Questions and conversation
16h00 : Conversation et clôture de la 1ère journée / Conversation and closing of 1st day

Day two : October 8th 2021
9h00 : Accueil du public / Welcome
SESSION 2 : Modalités d’appropriation du territoire : images et usages de l’environnement
Appropriating the territory: using and being part of one’s environment
09h30 : Esther Guillaume, Ph.D. Candidate, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Outside the city walls: Negotiation of urban and social space in Joost Cornelisz.
Droochsloot’s paintings of the Biblical Pool of Bethesda
09h50 : Sarah Mallory, Ph.D Candidate, Harvard University
Ruinous Works: Willem Buytewech’s “Pleasant Places” Landscape Prints and the Dutch Ecological Imagination
10h10 : Lorne Darnell Ph.D. Candidate, Research Assistant, Courtauld Institute and University College of London
Climatology and Civic Identity in the Landscape Tradition of Seventeenth Century Haarlem
10h30 : Questions and conversation
11h00 : Pause / Break

SESSION 3 : Manipuler le réel, manipuler le présent : dialogues entre environnements immédiats et distants
Bridging space and time: merging immediate and distant environments
SESSION 3.1 : Reinterpreting the city : imagination and memory
11h20 : Norbert Middelkoop, Dr., Senior Curator of Paintings, Prints and Drawings,
Amsterdam Museum; Curator of Old Masters, Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
The Amsterdam cityscape in the Golden Age: from representation tool to conversation piece
11h40 : Helen Hillyard, Acting Curator, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Reading the Netherlands: Seventeenth Century Civic Memory and the Images of Pieter Saenredam
12h00 : Questions and conversation
12h20 : Pause / Break
SESSION 3.2 : Distant space, distant time
14h00 : Catherine Powell-Warren, PhD. Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Art History, Ghent University
From Hortus Batavus to the Dutch Hesperides: Agnes Block, Vijverhof, and the domestication of the exotic in the fashioning of identity
14h20 : Suzanne Baverez, Ph.D. Candidate, EPHE, Ens Paris
Naturalism, picturesque, exoticism, orientalism : insights on Dutch Italianate paintings
14h40 : Danielle Gravon, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Manchester
« Kandy is now Flanders »: Cartographic propaganda and the mapping of Dutch Ceylon
15h00 : Questions and conversation
15h30 : Koen Ottenheym, Prof. dr. Universiteit Utrecht
The imaginary country and buildings of the Ancient Batavians, as reconstructed by early modern scholars
16h00 : Questions and conversation
16h20 : Clôture du Colloque / Closing of the Symposium

Dates : 7 & 8 Octobre 2021
Lieu : En ligne et en Galerie Colbert, Salle Vasari, 2 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris
Comité Organisateur : Suzanne Baverez (EPHE, Ens Paris), Carole Fonticelli (Université
Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Esther Guillaume (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Sarah
Moine (Universiteit Leiden)
Comité Scientifique : Stijn Bussels (Universiteit Leiden), Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen (Ens
Paris), Colette Nativel (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
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