Translating and Connecting Worlds.
Missionary Sources, Religious Diversity and Cultural Pluralism.
Experiences from the Past
International Online Research Seminar, 16 April 2021, 3:00 pm CET
Contact and Registration
Once registered, shortly before the event, participants will receive an invitation for the
Zoom link at the email address provided.
Friday, 16 April 2021, 3:00 pm CET
Gaetano Sabatini (Director, CNR ISEM)
Marcello Verga (Università degli Studi di Firenze, CNR ISEM – ReIReS WP7 Leader)
Angelo Cattaneo (CNR ISEM)
3:15 pm Alexandra Curvelo (IHA – NOVA FCSH, Lisbon)
The Christian Mission in Early Modern Japan through the lens of an Art Historian
3:40 pm Linda Zampol D’Ortia (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
Tracing Feelings on Paper: Emotions in early modern Jesuit missions in Asia
4:10 pm Ana Carolina Hosne (National Council for Scientific Research – CONICET, Argentina)
The question of “barbarism” in the Jesuit missions, from Asia to Spanish America (16th-18th centuries)
4:30 pm Angelo Cattaneo (CNR ISEM)
Early Modern Missions and the Creation of the First Global System of Connected Languages. The case of the Portuguese Padroado
5:00 pm Sabrina Corbellini (University of Groningen)
5:20 pm General discussion and conclusions
The webinar “Translating and Connecting Worlds” will be recorded in view to be
broadcasted through the CNR ISEM YouTube channel shortly after the event.