9.30 – Eike Faber (Universität Potsdam). Anathema to Civic Society – Warrior Women in Classical Athens. Amazons Between A-mastos and Anti-aneira in Literary and Artistic Depiction
10:00 – Veronica Parise (Independent Scholar), “I am not a man, but an homo, yes I am”. Warrior Women under the lens of Anthropology. Theories, reminiscences and protrayals from Amazons to ethnograpic legacy. Independent Scholar (ANPIA – Italian national Professional Association of Anthropology)
10:30 – Maximilian Geiger (Institut für angewandte Kunst- und Bildwissenchaften, University of Wuppertal), in presence. Amazons and Nymphs: Warring Women in Rubens’ “Battle of Amazons” (1617).
11:00 – COFFEE BREAK
11:30 – Stefania Portinari (“Ca’ Foscari” University of Venice), A Cavalcade of Amazons. Statues, Visions and Seizures of Power in Italy Between the Twenties and Forties.
12:00 PM – Frédérique Villemur (ENSAM, “Paul-Valéry” Montpellier 3 University), Horses and Amazons: Animality in Question.
12:30 – Q&A – LUN
2:00 PM – Laura Mercader Amigó (University of Barcelona), Reparation for fracticity wars.
Lesley Yendell’s art projects in Northern Ireland.
2:30 – Silvia Palandri (Independent Scholar), Nellie Bly, la prima corrispondente di guerra.
3:00 – Laia Manonelles Moner (University of Barcelona), The Eighth Weapon. War, Pain and Reparation.
3:30 – Anna Kopócsy (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest), Inter arma silent Musae. Journalist Lili Fabenyi’s photo series on the Royal Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts as a war hospital in 1914.
4:00 – Jolanda Wessel (Ph. D. candidate, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf), The Art of Fighting – Warring Women in November and Other Works of Hito Steyerl.
4:30 – Alessandra Masu (Independent Scholar, President of the Cultural Association “Artemisia Gentileschi”, Director of the “Artemisie Museum Project”), Margherita Sarrocchi 1623-2023: a new edition of La Scanderbeide and her last will.
5:00 – Q&A – TEA BREAK
6:00 – GUEST OF HONOR: Fatimah Hossaini. Beauty amid War. (https://fatimahosaini.com/)