A19

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séances de séminaires

June 2018 – three A19 seminar sessions with Chad Luck (California State University at San Bernardino), invited professor at the LARCA

  • Wednesday, June 13.  On Interest and the Interesting, 12pm-2pm (OdG 209, Paris Diderot)
  • Friday June 15. A19/LARCA symposium, 10.30am-4pm (OdG 164, Paris Diderot)
  • Wednesday, June 27. Literature and American (Literary) History. 12pm-2pm (OdG 209,  Paris Diderot)

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28 June 2018 – Journée d’Etudes ‘Recovering May Alcott Nieriker’s Life and Work’

organisée en partenariat avec University of East Anglia, the Arts And Humanities Research Council, and CHASE, consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South East England

4 May 2018 – Joseph Urbas (Université Bordeaux Montaigne) and Nicholas Guardiano (Southern Illinois University), ‘American Transcendentalism Revisited’

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15 March 2018 – Elizabeth Duquette (Gettysburg College), ‘Afterlives of American Racism’

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16 February 2018 – François Brunet (Université Paris Diderot), ‘La Photographie, histoire et contre-histoire’ and Ronan Ludot-Vlasak (Université Lille 3), ‘Essais sur Melville et l’Antiquité Classique’

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9-10 February 2018 – Journée d’Etudes Walt Whitman

invité A19 : Peter Riley (University of Exeter), ‘ »Wet Paper Between Us’”: Whitman, Intimacy, and the Transformations of Labor’

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26 January 2018 – Juliette Dorotte (Université Paris Sorbonne), ‘Le vertige de l’écriture les premiers romans américains. Le cas de Royall Tyler, The Algerine Captive, 1797 and Michaël Roy (Université Paris Nanterre), ‘Le cas du récit de Charles Ball, Slavery in the United States, 1837′

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15 December 2017 – Pauline Choay-Lescar (traductrice) and Antoine Cazé (traducteur), ‘Translating the American 19th Century, and Beyond’

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24 November 2017 – The Global 19th Century

Dr. Mark Storey (University of Warwick) gave a paper entitled ‘Local Color, World-System; or, American Realism at the Periphery’

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28 April 2017 – George Shulman (Gallatin School, NYU) and Juliette Utard (Paris Sorbonne), ‘Literature and Politics’

George Shulman (Gallatin School, NYU) gave a talk entitled « Postmortem Effects: Impasse and Genre in American Politics and Literature« 

Juliette Utard (Paris Sorbonne, VALE, LARCA-CNRS) gave a talk entitled « The American Poetry Collection and the Trials of Federal Democracy: “Necro Citizenship” in Spoon River Anthology (1915) by Edgar Lee Masters« 

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31 March 2017 – Agnès Derail (Ecole normale supérieure, Paris), Michel Imbert (Paris Diderot/LARCA) and Bruno Monfort (Nanterre University), ‘The Bible in the 19th Century’

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3 March 2017 – Erica Fretwell (University at Albany-SUNY), ‘Body Images’ and Michael Collins (School of English, University of Kent), ‘The Gestural Politics and Poetics of the Short Story’

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20 January 2017 – Mark Niemeyer (Université de Bourgogne): ‘The Divine Magnet: Melville’s Writings to and about Hawthorne’

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9 December 2016 – J. Michelle Coghlan (University of Manchester), ‘Radical Calendars: The Paris Commune and Postbellum US Internationalism’

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22 June 2016 – joint session with Victorian Persistence

Thomas Constantinesco (Université Paris Diderot) gave a paper entitled ‘Victorian America: American Literature and the Transnational Turn’

Michel Imbert (Université Paris Diderot) gave a paper entitled ‘A Tale of Two Cities: Transatlantic Twice-told Tales », which will focus on Melville’s « The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids » and Poe’s « The Man of the Crowd »’

Cécile Roudeau (Université Paris Diderot) was their respondent.

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