Folly’s Family, Folly’s Children

Date: 3 September 2015 to 4 September 2015

Organisateur : Richard Hillman

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XIVe Table ronde sur le théâtre Tudor


Thursday 3 September

8:30  Welcome of participants; opening remarks

9:00  Greg Walker (University of Edinburgh)
Bring in the Fools: Fooling Around on Tudor Stages

9:45 Jean-Paul Débax (Université de Toulouse-Mirail)
Vice “family”: Criminal Ruffians, Diabolic Agents, Folk Fairies or Dramatic Plotters?

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Sarah Carpenter (University of Edinburgh)
Laughter and Sin: Vice Families in Tudor Interludes

11:45 Florence Hazrat (University of St Andrews)
Rhetorical Rags and Mirthful Mysteries: Laughter as Rhetoric in Early Tudor Theatre

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Roberta Mullini (Università di Urbino “Carlo Bo”)
When Naming Is Performing: Folly’s Children in absentia in Mundus et Infans

14:45 Peter Happé (University of Southampton)
Dramatic Aspects of the Vices in Lyndsay’s Satyre

15:30 Olena Lilova (Mediteran University, Podgorica, Montenegro)
The Vice-characters’ Conspiracy in the Interlude Respublica (1553)

16:15 Refreshments

16:45-17:45 Dramatic reading


Friday 4 September

9:00 Richard Hillman (Université de Tours, CESR)
“Old fools are babes again”: Shifting Perceptions of Folly and Childishness from Mankind to Jonson

9:45 Nadia T. van Pelt (University of Leiden)
“Counterfeiting his maister”: Shared Folly in The History of Jacob and Esau

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Elisabeth Dutton and James McBain (University of Fribourg)
University Fools

11:45 Edward Paleit (University of Exeter)
The Folly of the Machiavel? Christopher Marlowe’s Mortimer and the Guise

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Robert A. Godfrey (University of Northampton)
A Modest Suggestion that the Figure Ignorance Dances to the Tune of Folly

14:45 Stephen Longstaffe (University of Cumbria)
“Not now satisfied without a jig”: The “jig-within-the-play” in Seventeenth-Century Theatre

15:30 John McGavin (University of Southampton)
Close Kin to a Clean Fool: Robert Armin’s Account of Jack Miller

16:15 Conclusions