PROGRAMME

Programme - Day 1

12 March, 2021

09:30
Opening ceremony
9:45
José Luis Alonso Ponga (University of Valladolid)

Opening lecture. Holy Week as common heritage

10:30
Rui Pereira

Past and present of Holy Week in Portugal

11:00
Prof. Dr. Miguel Luis López-Guadalupe (University of Granada)

Historical notes on Holy Week in Andalusia

11:30
Antonio Luis Galiano. (Official chronicler, of the town of Orihuela)

Holy Week on the Routes in Spain

12:00
Dr Rui Ferreira

Presentations. Moderator

  • Evolution in Holy Week in Cabra. Bishop Alburquerque’s letter to the confraternities (31-1-1859) and its consequences. Antonio Ramón Jiménez Montes
  • La Settimana Santa in Italia tra Storia e Letteratura. Giuseppe Rando
  • Holy Week in Melilla: a resource to learn more about it. Fernando Saurel Hernández
  • Paesaggi sonori della Settimana Santa nel Meridione d’Italia: alcuni esempi di intersezione fra oralità, scrittura e drammatizzazione. Giuseppe Giordano
  • José Navia Campos, a creator of religious images and a ceramist. José Ángel Campillo
  • Donations and offerings to Hieronymite monasteries: experiences and gratitude of the monarchs for their welcome during Holy Week. Miguel Herguedas
12:00
Julio Grande

Presentations. Moderator

  • Facets of the function of the foreman of the image-bearers in Holy Week in Seville.
  • Rafael Moreno Rodríguez and Moisés Ríos Bermúdez
  • Riti e costumi della Settimana Santa a Oaxaca (Messico). Pierpaolo Lopreiato
  • Maria presso la Croce: una riflessione teológica. Ana Rotundo
  • Motives of the foremen of the image-bearers in Holy Week in Seville. Rafael Moreno Rodríguez and Moisés Ríos Bermúdez
  • La procesione della Naca del Venerdí Santo in Catanzaro e la “Reale Arciconfraternita dei Santi Giovanni Battista ed Evangelista de i Cavalieri di Malta ad Honorem”. Roberto María Naso
  • Literature on Holy Week in Andalusia: A way to express emotions. José Carlos Pérez Arias
17:00
Prof. D. Salvador Rodríguez Becerra. (University of Seville)

Confraternities and brotherhoods: changes and the current reality of the image-bearing communities

17:30
Juan Jesús López Guadalupe. (University of Granada)

The language of religious images in Holy Week. Evolution and current reality

18:00

Presentations

  • Rites and the space of the Via Crucis. The hermitage of the Calvary in Cabra. Antonio Ramón Jiménez Montes
  • The penitents in San Vicente de la Sonsierra: the survival of a tradition. Julio Grande
  • The consumer society, banality and the procession of religious images. “The neo- orthodox images”. Francisco J. Martín López
  • Devotions exposed: the difficult museum display of Holy Week. Rubén Sánchez Domínguez
  • Holy Week museums in the Province of Alicante (Spain). Francisco Zaragoza
  • Printers and brotherhoods in 18 th century Seville: the awakening of confraternity information. María del Carmen Montoya

Programme - Day 2

13 March, 2021

09:30
Prof. Antonio Miguel Nogues (University of Elche) (to be confirmed)

Interactions between Holy Week celebrations and tourism: impact and benefits

10:15

Presentations

  • Holy Week museums as a point of reference in the tourism of the passion. Sergio Lledó
  • The Holy Week museum in León: history of a dream. Carlos García Rioja
  • The museum display of the fiesta. The case of the Holy Week museum in Montoro. Pedro Delgado Guerrero
  • Dalla lauda religiosa alla sua rappresentazione tra ordini mendicanti e Confraternite. Martino Michele Battaglia
11:30
Julio Grande and Encarnación Giráldez

The European Network of Holy Week Celebrations: a way to safeguard intangible heritage

12:00
Prof. Don Ignazio Buttitta (Università degli Studi di Palermo)

Closing lecture. Current reality and the future of Holy Week celebrations

13:00

Conclusions of the conference

13:30

Closing ceremony

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