Program

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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

10:00 –  12:00

Opening keynote: Medievalism is a Virus. Richard J Utz, GeorgiaTech, USA.

ST 1 - Non-Western Medievalisms. Bedri Muhadri, Institution of History “Ali Hadri”, Kosovo; Leandro César Santana Neves, UFRJ, Brazil; Lucas Ricardo Simone, USP, Brazil; José Ivson Marques Ferreira de Lima, UFPE, Brazil.

13:00 –  14:40

ST 2 - Between Medieval and Medievalism. Letícia Roberto Dos Santos, UERJ, Brazil; Evellyn Ricardo, UFPE, Brazil; Julio César Cárdenas Arenas, Islamic University of Medinah, Saudi Arabia; Mayara Fernanda Silva dos Santos, UFRRJ, Brazil; Amelia Rosa Herrera Lavanchy, Universidat de La Serena, Chile

14:40 –  16:45

ST 3 - Medievalism and Conservatism. Brian Egede-Pedersen, Nykøbing K Catedralskole, Denmark; Vinícius Dreger, UNIMONTES, Brazil; Luiz Felipe Anchieta Guerra, UFMG, Brazil.

16:45 –  18:00

18:00 –  20:00

Table I: Lusophone Medievalisms. Pedro Martins, NOVA, Portugal; Marcelo Berriel, UFRRJ, Brazil; Renan Birro, UPE, Brazil.

Thursday, April 29, 2021

08:00 –  09:40

ST 4 - Medievalisms & Religion. Thamires Chagas D 'Alcântara, UFRRJ, Brazil; Robson Murilo Grando Della Torre, UNIMONTES, Brazil; João Guilherme Lisbôa Rangel, UFRRJ, Brazil; Priyanka Das, Institution Presidency University, India.

09:45 –  11:50

ST 5 - Games & Digital Media. Javier Castiñeiras López, Centro Ramón Piñeiro, Spain; Mariña Bermúdez Beloso, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Diego Neivor Perondi Meotti, UFFS, Brazil; Luísa Vilas Boas dos Santos, UFS, Brazil; Yara Fernanda Chimite, Feevale University, Brazil

13:00 –  15:00

15:10 –  16:50

Table II: Political Medievalism. Amy Kaufman, independent, Canada; Carlile Lanzieri, UFMT, Brazil; Daniel Wollenberg, University of Tampa, USA.

ST 6 - Theory, Teaching and Medievalism. Bruno Uchoa Borgongino, UFPE, Brazil; Angela Jane Weisl, Seton Hall University, USA; Robert Squillace, New York University, USA; Dan Kline, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA; Stepehen Basdeo, Richmond: the Americam International University, England.

16:50 –  18:00

ST 7 - Medievalism: Permanences or Appropriations. Gregory Ramos Oliveira, UFPel, Brazil; Geraldo Magella de Menezes Neto, SMEC / SEDUC / PA, Brazil; Giovanni Bruno Alves, UEM, Brazil.

18:00 –  20:00

Table III: Medievalism and Teaching . Cláudia Bovo, UFTM, Brazil; Brian Egede-Pederson, Nykøbing K Catedralskole, Denmark; Michael Evans, Delta College, USA.

Friday, April 30, 2021

08:00 –  09:15

ST 8 - Plastic Arts and Medievalism. Richard Gomes da Silva, UERJ, Brazil; Beatriz Nogueira de Sousa, USP, Brazil; Júlia Beatriz Fernandes Leite, UNIFESP, Brazil.

09:15 –  10:30

ST 9 - Hollywoodian Medievalisms. João Vitor de Carvalho Melo, UFPI, Brazil; Alan Rebouças Pereira, UFBA, Brazil; Beatriz Galrão Abrantes, UFBA, Brazil; José Ivson Marques Ferreira de Lima, UFPE, Brazil

10:30 –  12:30

13:00 –  14:45

14:45 –  16:25

16:25 –  17:40

17:40 –  19:20

19:20 –  21:20

Table IV: Medievalism and Public History . Carolina Gual, UFRRJ, Brazil; Daniele Gallindo, UFPel, Brazil; Paul Sturtevant, Smithsonian Institution, USA.

ST 10 - Literary Medievalisms. Michael A Torregrossa, Independent researcher, USA; Lucas Melo de Almeida, International Chinese School, Brazil; Felipe Augusto Ribeiro, UFPE, Brazil; Dominika Ruszkiewicz, Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Poland.

ST 11 - The Vikings of the 21st Century. Ricardo Hammes Stone, UFPel, Brazil; Elton Medeiros, USP, Brazil; Lukas Grzybowski, UEL, Brazil; Joao Batista, UFF, Brazil.

ST 12 - Medievalisms, Nationalisms and Conservatisms. Léo Araújo Lacerda, UFPel, Brazil; Luiz Felipe Anchieta Guerra, UFMG, Brazil; Thaís Monique Costa Moura, UFS, Brazil.

ST 13 - Societies under the eyes of Medievalism. Isadora Cristine Martins, USP, Brazil; Maria Eugenia, UFRRJ, Brazil; Clínio Amaral, UFRRj, Brazil; Éderson José de Vasconcelos, UNIFAL, Brazil; Maurício Orestes Parisi, USP, Brazil.

Closing conference: World Medievalisms. Louise D'Arcens, Macquarie University, Australia

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