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The Rise of the House of Bourbon in the Kingdom of Naples (Kings&Queens, June 21-27, 2015, Lisboa)

In 1734, after having been for more than two centuries a province of Spain and Austria, Naples became the capital of an independent kingdom under Charles of Bourbon. Charles wasn’t a thaumaturgist and could not solve all the problems of the Kingdom
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    King’s & Queens 4 –   Royal Studies Network (Lisbon 23 rd    –   27 th  June 2015)  –   Conference Program    King’s & Queens 4 –   Royal Studies Network (Lisbon 23 rd    –   27 th  June 2015)  –   Conference Program Kings & Queens 4  –   Royal Studies Network   Lisbon, 23 rd -27 th  June 2015 Conference Program   23 rd  of June  - Conference’s Eve - Mosteiro de Odivelas (Odivelas’ Monastery) 24 th , 25 th  and 26 th  of June  –    Conference - Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa    –   Salas 4, 5.1, 5.2 (University of Lisbon - School of Arts and Humanities  –   Rooms 4, 5.1, 5.2) 27 th  of June    –    Closing Ceremony - Mosteiro de Batalha   (Batalha’s Monastery)    King’s & Queens 4 –   Royal Studies Network (Lisbon 23 rd    –   27 th  June 2015)  –   Conference Program 23 rd  of June  - Conference’s Eve - Mosteiro de Odivelas (Odivelas’ Monastery) 14:00  –   Conference Reception Desk Open 15:30  –   Bus departs to Odivelas (the bus will be at the main entrance of the Faculdade de Letras) 16:00 - Opening Ceremony: Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Odivelas, Diretor do Mosteiro de S. Dinis e S. Bernardo de Odivelas, Ellie Woodacre (Royal Studies Network, Kings & Queens Conference, Royal Studies Journal) and Manuela Santos Silva (Kings & Queens 4  –   Dynastic Changes and Legitimacy) Keynote speech: César Olivera Serrano (CSIC Madrid) - To Understand Philippa: The Castilian Context Visit to the Monastery by our colleague Luís Urbano Afonso and to the Exhibition “ D. Filipa de Lencastre - a Rainha” organized by the Municipality of Odivelas. Wine-reception offered by the Municipality of Odivelas. 24 th , 25 th  and 26 th  of June  –    Conference - Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa    –   Salas 4, 5.1, 5.2 (University of Lisbon - School of Arts and Humanities  –   Rooms 4, 5.1, 5.2) 27 th  of June    –    Closing Ceremony - Mosteiro de Batalha   (Batalha’s Monastery) 09:00 - Bus trip in the morning (circa 100km) - bus departs by 09:30 the latest 11:00  –   Visit to the Monastery 13:00  –   Free lunch offered by the Municipality of Batalha 15:00 - Closing ceremony (Batalha’s Monastery) Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Batalha, Diretor do Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória, Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues (U. Lisboa)    King’s & Queens 4 –   Royal Studies Network (Lisbon 23 rd    –   27 th  June 2015)  –   Conference Program Round Table: Maria Helena da Cruz Coelho (U. Coimbra), Saul António Gomes (U. Coimbra), Ellie Woodacre (U. Winchester)   Day 1 (24 June 2015 )   10:00-11:00 (Amphitheatre 4) Opening of working sessions: Faculty Dean, Paulo Farmhouse Alberto; Head of University of Lisbon History Centre, Hermenegildo Fernandes Keynote Lecture - Jeroen Duindam (University of Leiden)  Dynastic Legitimacy: Hallowed Tradition Versus Personal Activism 11:00-11:30  –   Coffee-break   SESSION 1  –   11:30-13:00 A.1. Early Monarchic Models: Kinship, War and Royal Legitimacy Organizer: K&Q4 Chair: Elisabetta Colla B.1. By the Grace of God or Free Will of the People? Legitimacy of Royal Power in Poland-Lithuania, 16 th -18 th  c. Organizer: Ana Kalinowska Chair: Cristina Carvalho  C.1. Dynastic Changes, Legitimacy and Acculturation Organizer: K&Q4 Chair: Iris Holzwart-Schaefer   Arturo Sánchez Sanz, Sovereignty, Kinship and Gender in Scythian World   Francis Leneghan,  Beowulf and Biblical Kinship: A Dynastic  Model?  Hang Lin, From Tribesmen of Manchuria to Ruler of China:  Legitimation under the Jurchen Jin (1125-1234) in Twelfth-Century China  Jolanta Choinska- Mika, ‘  Pupilla libertatis’.  Royal "Free  Elections" in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: the Origins, Ideology and Practice in the 16  th  century  Anna Kalinowska, ‘Illustrious Jagiellonian Blood’. Dynastic Tradition and Legitimacy of Royal Power in the 17  th  century Poland-Lithuania  Katarzyna Kuras, ‘The King with his People, the People with their  King’. Legitimacy of Royal Power in the 18 th  c. Poland-Lithuania Nuria Silleras,  Dynastic Legitimacy and Acculturation: the Trastamaras in Aragon (1412-1516) Sergio Ramiro Ramírez, Francisco de los Cobos, Precursor of Arts: News on the Assimilation Process of the  Empire Concept in Castile and Aragon and its  Impact on the Image of Power   Zita Rohr,  Hollow Crowns and Shifting Sovereignties:  Dynastic Change and Legitimacy in the Kingdom of  Naples-Sicily 1380-1442      King’s & Queens 4 –   Royal Studies Network (Lisbon 23 rd    –   27 th  June 2015)  –   Conference Program 13:00-14:30  –   Lunch Conference - Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa  (University of Lisbon - School of Arts and Humanities) A  –   Sala 4 / B  –   Sala 5.1 / C  –   Sala 5.2 (A  –   Room 4 / B  –   Room 5.1 / C  –   Room 5.2) SESSION 2  –   14:30-16:00   A.2. Muslim Monarchies Organizer: K&Q4 Chair: Hermenegildo Fernandes B.2. The Legitimacy Language. Consolidatitor Mechanisms and Strengthening Instruments of the Monarchical Power in the Crown of Castile during the Middle Ages (I) Organizer: Diana Pelaz Flores Chair: Nuria Silleras  C.2. When the Ruler is a Woman Organizer: K&Q4 Chair: Zita Rohr Fouzia Farooq,  Importing Trust into the Realm: A Study of Power-base of the Delhi Sultans  Fatima Rhorchi, Consolidating Authority in 17  th  cent  Morocco: Sultan Moulay Ismail's Struggle for  Legitimacy. Marina Kleine,  Alfonso X and the Theoretical Apparatus of the Royal Power in the Crown of Castile during the 13 th  century Diana Pelaz Flores,  Much more than the King’s Wife.  Marriage as Instrument of Queenly Authority and her  Identity in the Trastámara Dynasty (1369-1474) Lledó Ruiz Domingo, From the Election to the Consolidation. The Strategies of Legitimacy of the Trastámara Dynasty in the Crown of Aragon.   Elisabetta Colla, When the Emperor is a Woman: the Case of Wu Zetian Miriam Shadis,  Legitimizing Queenship: the First  Dynasty of the Kingdom of Portugal Ellie Woodacre,  Memoirs of Queens -The Genesis of Queenship Studies? Representations of Queens in the works of Mary Hays and Early Modern Collective Biographers   16:00-16:30  –   Coffee-break
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