Atelier 5 : SEAC et La nouvelle de langue anglaise

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Cet atelier est organisé conjointement par la Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines (SEAC) et par La nouvelle de langue anglaise (The Journal of the Short Story in English).


Bâtiment 17, salle 25.


Catherine Bernard (Université Paris Diderot) et Gérald Préher (Université Catholique de Lille)


Jeudi 1er juin, 16h-18h15 : (Re)constructing History I

16h-16h30 Suzanne BRAY (Université Catholique de Lille, FLSH), “The Historical Short Story: A Means of Reconstructing the Events which Shaped the Past”

16h30-17h Claire HÉLIE (Université de Lille 3), “Postmodern (Re)constructions of the Middle Ages in Contemporary Poetry: Neomedievalism in Simon Armitage, Jacob Polley and Steve Ely”

17h-17h15 Pause

17h15-17h45 Armelle PAREY (Université de Caen), “(Re)Construction and the Art of Recording Li(v)es in A. S. Byatt’s fiction”

17h45-18h15 Isabelle ROBLIN (Université du Littoral – Côte d’Opale), “A Cultural Reconstruction: From Comedy to Parody, Alfred, Lord Tennyson reimagined in A.S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel’ (1992) and Lynne Truss’ Tennyson’s Gift (1996)”

Vendredi 2 juin, 9h-11h : (Re)constructing History II

9h-Christine REYNIER (Université Paul Valéry — Montpellier III), “Reconstruction(s) in Joseph Conrad’s The Rover”

9h30-Clémence FOLLÉA (Université Paris Diderot — Paris 7), “Reconstructing the Author: Spectres of Dickens, in Dr Who (2005) and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (2015)”

10h00-Charlotte WADOUX (University of Kent, Canterbury & Université Sorbonne Nouvelle), “Dickensian London Slums: Now and Then”

10h30-Deborah BRIDLE (Université Nice – Sophia Antipolis), “The Geography of Horror: Lovecraft’s (re)construction of New England”

Samedi 3 juin, 9h30-10h30 : (Re)constructing / (Re)configuring Textual Memory

9h30-Alexandre PRIVAT (Université Paul Valéry — Montpellier III), “Reconstructing the Fiction of The First World War”

10h00-Helen E. Mundler (Université Paris-Est Créteil), “Reconstructions and Reconfigurations in Julian Barnes’ ‘The Survivor’”


Samedi 3 juin, 11h-13h30 : (Re)constructing the Other

11h00-Floriane REVIRON-PIÉGAY (Université Jean Monnet — Saint Etienne), “Smile Please by Jean Rhys : (Re) constructing Identity through Autobiography”

11H30-Bhawana JAIN (Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne), “Rethinking the Figure of the Refugee in Caryl Phillips’s novel A Distant Shore”

12h00-François GALLIX (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris 4), “Alan Sillitoe. The Loneliness of a Censored screenwriter: ‘I’m me and whatever people think I am or say I am, that’s what I am not, because they don’t know a bloody thing about me!’ (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning).”

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