JCU Presents International Symposium: Framing Anacletus II

Prominent scholars from all over Europe and the United States will gather in Rome in April for an International Symposium dedicated to the figure of Anacletus II, (Anti)Pope, 1130-1138.

The international conference “Framing Anacletus II, (Anti)Pope, 1130-1138” will take place April 10-12, 2013, at Sapienza-Università di Roma and John Cabot University in Rome. The conference examines the papal schism of 1130-1138 with special attention to the pontifical ministry of Anacletus II (Pietro Pierleoni, the so-called “Jewish pope”) and its impact in Rome and in Europe; the papal election of 1130; and the shaping of the memory of Anacletus II both during and after the schism.

Speakers: Stefania Anzoise, Sible de Blaauw, Glauco Maria Cantarella, Nicolangelo D’Acunto, Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri, Rav Riccardo Di Segni, Umberto Longo, Carmela Vircillo Franklin, Dale Kinney, Giorgio Milanesi, Harald Müller, Mauro Ronzani, Kai-Michael Sprenger, Mary Stroll, Chris Wickham, Lila Yawn, Giusi Zanichelli

Session chairs: Mauro Ronzani, Arturo Calzona, Giulia Barone, Valentino Pace

Organized by/Organizzato da Sapienza – Università di Roma – Dipartimento di Storia Culture Religioni, John Cabot University – Department of Art History and Studio Art, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo – Dipartimento di Scienze della Comunicazione e Discipline Umanistiche

With Sponsorship From | In Collaborazione Con Comunità Ebraica di Roma, Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom, American Academy in Rome

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