Thursday March 26 Form and Meaning in 16th and 17th C UtopiasChair: Marie-Claire Phélippeau - Moreana Editor- Ana Cláudia Romano Ribeiro - Federal University of São PauloTranslating the "figures of sound" from Utopia's Book I into in Brazilian Portuguese.- Helvio Moraes - University of Mato GrossoBacon's New Atlantis: Inheritance and Rupture in the Utopian Genre.Friday March 27Thomas More and the Art of Publishing (I)Chair: Brian Cummings - University of York
- Gabriela Schmidt - University of MunichOf travellers, messengers and foundlings: Thomas More's Fictionalizing Use of Paratexts.- Jean Du Verger - ENSMM, Besançon'Believe me when I swear, for I cannot tell a single lie': Teofilo Folengo's Calculated Publishing Strategies.- Maarten Vermeir - University of LeuvenIoannes Sylvagius (Chancellor Jean le Sauvage), benefactor of Erasmus' and More's bonae literae. Thomas More and the Art of Publishing (II)Chair: François Laroque - University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III
- Katie Forsyth - University of CambridgeThe Matter and Materiality of Thomas More's Workes.- Regis Augustus Bars Closel - Unicamp, São Paulo / University of BirminghamRemembrances of Thomas More in Sixteenth-Century England. Thomas More: Humanism and SpiritualityChair: Ana Cláudia Romano Ribeiro - Federal University of São Paulo- Elliott M. Simon - University of HaifaThomas More's Humour in his Religious Polemics.- Marie-Claire Phélippeau - Moreana EditorThomas More, the Mystic?