Conference on Spain and the Europe of the Thirty Years War

J. H. Elliott, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (now emeritus)
J. H. Elliott, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (now emeritus)
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Other Renaissance Programs
Saturday, April 19, 1980

Organized by W. Brown Patterson, Davidson College.

Welcome

Richard Brown, The Newberry Library

Session 1

Olivares and the Europe of the Thirty Years War
J. H. Elliott, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (now emeritus)

Spain or Europe: The Priorities of Reform in the Early Seventeenth Century
Michael Gordon, Denison University (now emeritus)

The Image of Spain in the Pamphlet Literature of the Thirty Years War
William S. Maltby, Center for Reformation Research, Saint Louis (now professor emeritus, University of Missouri-Saint Louis)

Commentator
Eric Cochrane, University of Chicago

Session 2

Velázques’s “Surrender of Breda” and the Defense of a Regime
Jonathan Brown, Institute of Fine Arts, New York

A Counter-Reformation Hero: The Saint and Martyr in Calderón’s The Constant Prince
Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel, University of Illinois at Chicago (now emerita)

The European Reception of Cervantes’ Don Quixote
Paolo Cherchi, University of Chicago

Commentators
Earl Rosenthal, University of Chicago (now emeritus)
Birute Ciplijauskaite, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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