We are delighted to invite you to the next session of the A19 seminar series (VALE / LARCA), on Friday, 7 October, 2pm-6pm, Université Paris Cité, Olympe de Gouges building, room 830 / Zoom (details below): “What Does Literature Feel Like?”
Thomas Constantinesco (Sorbonne Université):”Introduction: What Does Literature Feel Like?”
Édouard Marsoin (Université Paris Cité): “Touching Whiteness in Moby-Dick”
Adeline-Chevrier Bosseau (Sorbone Université): “Snowblind: Embodying inarticulated affect in Cathy Marston’s choreographic translation of Ethan Frome”
Erica Fretwell (SUNY Albany): “Sensitivity Training”
Q & A
Zoom link here.
We hope to see you there!
Please also save the dates for the next seminars:
Thursday, 10 November, 5:30-7pm, Sorbonne Université: J. Michelle Coghlan (Manchester), as part of the general seminar of VALE, “À table!” Title tbc.
Friday, 18 November, 2pm-4pm, Université paris Cité / Zoom: Gordon Hutner (Illinois), Editor for American Literary History and the Oxford Studies in American Literary History book series. Title tbc.
Friday, 9 December, 2pm-4pm, Université Paris Cité / Zoom: Jennifer Greiman (Wake Forest), about Melville’s Democracy: Radical Figuration and Political Form (Stanford UP, 2022)
Friday, 27 January, 2pm-4pm, Sorbonne Université / Zoom: Todd Carmody, about Work Requirements: Race, Disability and the Print Culture of Social Welfare (Duke UP, 2022)
Friday, 10 February, 2pm-4pm, Sorbonne Université / Zoom: Jamie Fenton (UCL): “When Persons Become Supposed: Emily Dickinson and the American Civil War”
Thursday, 16 February, 5:30-7pm, Sorbonne Université / Zoom: Édouard Marsoin (Université Paris Cité), as part of the general seminar of VALE, “À table!” Title tbc.
Thomas Constantinesco and Cécile Roudeau
VALE, Sorbonne Université / LARCA UMR 8225, Université Paris Cité