Physiognomy from Lavater to the Great War

A Leverhulme Trust International Network Queen Mary University of London (London), Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris), and Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa)

To be held 20 -22 May 2010

at The Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy

PHYSIOGNOMY FROM LAVATER TO THE GREAT WAR

PROGRAMME, 20-22 May 2010

THURSDAY 20 MAY
Scuola Normale Superiore, Aula Dini, Piazza del Castelletto

3.30 INTRODUCTION

LAVATER AND ENGLAND

Session Chair: Lina Bolzoni

4.00 David Bindman, ‘Fuseli’s Takeover of the English Edition of Lavater’s Physiognomy’
4.45 Sybille Erle, ‘Catchy Nets and Beauty Webs: William Blake’s Physiognomical Bodies’
5.30 Pascal Griener, ‘William Blake & Classical Pathos. The Lesson of the Laocoon (1825-6)’

6.30             RECEPTION

FRIDAY 21 MAY
Scuola Normale Superiore, Sala degli Stemmi, Palazzo della Carovana

Morning: LAVATER IN CONTEXT

Session Chair: Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen

9.00 Martial Guedron, ‘Physiognomonie de la grimace en France au tournant des Lumières’
9.45 Thomas Kirchner, ‘The Problems of an Illustrator: Daniel Chodowiecki between Lavater and Lichtenberg’

10.30 Coffee

10.45 François Delaporte, ‘La Fabrique des mimiques’
11.30 Georges Vigarello, ‘Physiognomonie et figures de l’obésité’

12.30 LUNCH

Afternoon: PHYSIOGNOMY in CULTURE

Session Chair: Jackie Pigeaud

2.30Alberto Castoldi, ‘L’immaginario della fisiognomica’
3.15 Segolène Le Men, ‘Phyiognomonie, silhouette et caricature: une sémiologie graphique’

4.00 Tea

4.15 Paul White, ‘Darwin’s Emotions and the Problem of Expression’
5.00 Stéphanie Dupouy, ‘L’Expressivité animale chez Darwin’

SATURDAY 22 MAY
Scuola Normale Superiore, Sala degli Stemmi, Palazzo della Carovana

Morning: PHYSIOGONOMY, CRIME and SOCIETY

Session Chair: Pascal Griener

9.00 Marc Renneville, ‘Phyiognomonie et criminalité, de la phrénologie au criminel-né’
9.45Lucia Rodler, ‘L’uomo dilinquente tra antropologia e letteratura’

10.30 COFFEE

10.45 Jean-Jacques Courtine, ‘Médecins, monstres et malades. L’exhibition de l’anormal. 1850-1920’
11.30 Maurizio Ghelardi ‘Aby Warburg e la fisiognomica: tra Lavater e Darwin’

12.30 LUNCH

Afternoon: VISUALISING PHYSIOGNOMY

Session Chair: Thomas Kirchner

2.30 Malcolm Baker, ‘Physiognomy Institutionalised:  Faces and Art
Education and the South Kensington Museum, 1852-1908’
3.15 Antoinette Lenormand-Romain, ‘ “Accentuer l’individualité pour parler aux masses”, de David d’Angers à Rodin’
4.00 Phillippe Dagen, ‘Le Crane de l’artiste’

4.45 TEA

5.00 CONCLUSION

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Marc Renneville (2010, 13 mai). Physiognomy from Lavater to the Great War. Criminocorpus. Consulté le 21 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ncyc

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