International Conference "The Sobieski Family: history, culture and society. Insights between Rome, Warsaw and Europe" | 17-18 October

Program of the Conference:

Poster of the Conference "The Sobieski Family: history, culture and society. Insights between Rome, Warsaw and Europe".

17 October, Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Villa Intrata, time 15:30. 

Session I
Opening and Greetings: Paweł Jaskanis, Director of the Wilanów Palace Museum
Chair: Jarosław Pietrzak, Pedagogical University of Cracow

1. Alessandro Boccolini (University of Tuscia)
La Lega Santa del 1684 e l’ambasciata straordinaria di Angelo Morosini alla corte di Jan III Sobieski tratta dalle carte conservate presso l’Archivio di Stato di Venezia.

2. Oleksii Sokyrko (Taras Schevchenko National University of Kyiv)
Jan Sobieski, Ukrainian Cossacks and Raid War Strategy at the Ottoman border.

3. Malgorzata Trzeciak Cygan, Helena Sanson (University of Warsaw/Cambridge University)
Women, society and customs through travellers’ eyes: parallel visions of the Polish-Lituanian Commonwealth by Andrea Santacroce and Giovan Battista Fagiuoli.

4. Jerzy Miziołek (University of Warsaw – National Museum in Warsaw)
La Villa Nuova del re Giovanni III Sobieski e l’antico. Qualche osservazione sulle ispirazioni omeriche, virgiliane e ovidiane.

5. Konrad Morawski (University of Warsaw)
Magistri ex Italia conducti – 17th century stucco decorations at the Wilanów Palace in the context of stucco works in Central Europe.


18 October, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Conference Room, time 9:30.

Session II
Chair: Roberto Cincotta, Director of Istituto Italiano di Cultura 

1. Gaetano Platania (Istituto Nazionale di Studi Romani-University of Tuscia)
Konstanty Sobieski e la sua “puttana” romana attraverso alcuni documenti inediti, manoscritti anonimi, pasquinate e sonetti.

2. Francesca Ceci (Musei Capitolini)
Epigrafi celebrative e materiali d’archivio su Jan III Sobieski e Maria Casimira de la Grange d’Arquien conservate nei Musei Capitolini e nel patrimonio della Sovrintendenza Capitolina di Roma.

3. Francesca De Caprio (University of Tuscia)
L’aristocrazia en déshabillé: le vesti ‘a l’ anticha’ di Maria Casimira Sobieska.

4. Elisabetta Gnignera (Costume Historian-Indipendent Researcher)
Due regine alla conquista di Roma: Cristina di Svezia e Maria Kazimiera Sobieska, tra cerimoniali e simboli.

5. Anna Ryszka-Komarnicka (University of Warsaw)
Selva di Rime Toscane (I-Rli, Corsiniana 43 B 13) come testimonianza sconosciuta della glorificazione dell’assedio di Vienna


18 October, University of Warsaw Institute of Archaeology, Room 210, time 15:30.

Session III
Chair: Jerzy Miziolek, Director of the National Museum in Warsaw, University of Warsaw

1. Aneta Markuszewska (University of Warsaw)
“Ce ne sont plus pour moi des divertissements qui me conviennent”. La musica nella vita romana di Maria Casimira, i nuovi ritrovamenti.

2. Jarosław Pietrzak (Pedagogical University of Cracow)
Katarzyna née Sobieski Radziwiłł interest in the affairs of Pa-pal Court and Roman reality between 1678-1691.

3. Hanna Osiecka-Samsonowicz (Institute of the Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences)
Esequie solenni celebrate nel 1743 a Żółkiew per il principe reale Jakub Ludwik Sobieski: il loro contesto artistico e propagandistico.

4. Rafal Perkowski (University of Paris-Sorbonne)
Recipes for health, beauty, and success in the French fragments of the manuscript attributed to Queen Maria Kazimiera d’Arquien Sobieska (Krakow, BJ 2284).

5. Fabio Boni (Pedagogical University of Cracow)
Che cosa sia la Cabala et a che sia utile. Un trattato cabalistico all’interno della Księga Kabały di Maria Kazimiera Sobieska.

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