IMITATING, BECOMING, REPRESENTING:
STIGMATA IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN ITALY
Wednesday 5 May in Roscoe 1.010

All welcome

11.00 Welcome.

11.15 Professor Tony Freemont, School of Medicine, University of Manchester:
‘Stigmata and Medieval Evidence for Skin Pathologies.’

12.00 Dr William Purkis, School of History and Cultures, University of Birmingham:
‘Devotion to the Humanity and Passion of Christ in Early Crusading Spirituality.’

12.45 Lunch break

2.00 Dr Meghan Callahan, Fine Arts Consultant:
‘Visible and Invisible Stigmata in the Life of Suor Domenica da Paradiso.’

2.45 Dr Cordelia Warr, Art History and Visual Studies, University of Manchester:
‘Visualising Stigmata: Saint Catherine of Siena and Crises of Representation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Italy.’

3.30 Final discussion.
4.00 Close.

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