Littérature, espace(s) public(s) et démocratie

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Philippe DAROS, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris; Mike HOLLAND, St Hugh’s College, Oxford; Annick LOUIS, Université de Reims-CRAL, EHESS, Paris, Philippe ROUSSIN, MFO, CNRS-MAE, Oxford; Sebastian VEG, EHESS-CEFC (Hong Kong)

Programme Littérature et démocratie : perspectives théoriques, historiques et comparatives
Literature and Democracy Programme : theoretical, historical and comparative perspectives

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St Hugh’s College, Oxford

Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris

CRAL, EHESS, Paris

CEFC (Hong Kong)

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Littérature, espace(s) public(s) et démocratie

Literature, Public Space(s) and Democracy

Date: Vendredi 01 nov 2013 - 09:15 - Samedi 02 nov 2013 - 18:00

Place: Maison Française d'Oxford

Topic: French Literature from the Modern to the Post-Modern

1er novembre/1st November

9:00-9:15 : Ouverture/Welcome

9:15-9:45 Alain Viala, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford : «Littérature restreinte et démocratie restreinte, retour à Victor Cousin» (Restricted literature and restricted democracy, looking back at Victor Cousin)

10:00-10:30 Jean-Marie Gleize, ENS-Lyon: «Démocratie (d')après Rimbaud» ( Democracy according to/after Rimbaud)

Pause/Break

11:00-11:30 Esther Cheung, Hong-Kong University : «The Iterability of Hong Kong Topographical Poetry»

 

14:00-14:30 Carle Bonafous-Murat, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle : «The writer, the intellectual ans public space in Irelandl»

14:45-15:15 Graciela Montaldo, Columbia University : «Culture, Democracy, and Spectacle in Early Twentieth Century Argentina»

Pause/Break

15:45-16:15 Anne Simonin MFO CNRS/MAE : «The First Sade. The politics of war»

16:30-17:00 Mike Holland, St Hughs College, Oxford : «The street as literary space. Blanchot and politics in May 68»

 

2 novembre/2nd November

9:30-10:00 Philippe Roussin, MFO CNRS/MAE : «Fiction and democracy»

10:15-10:45 Philippe Daros, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle  «La New Italian Epic (Wu Ming) : un espace public virtuel paradoxal» ( The New Italian Epic ( Wu Ming) : a paradoxical virtual public space)

Pause/Break

11:15-11:45 Wang Chaohua, independent scholar : «Globalizing the Republic of Letters? – Controversies Surrounding Mo Yan’s Nobel Prize in Literature»

12:00-12:30 Emmanuel Bouju, Université Rennes II: «Ce sujet à éclipses qu'on dit démocratique : fiction collective et mémoire partagée» ( This fleeting subject which is called democratic : collective fiction and collective memory)

 

14:30-15:00 Annick Louis, CRAL/ Université de Reims : «Public space as origin and ending. Rodolfo Walsh steps into non-fiction (Argentina 1956-1977)»

15:15-15:45 Peter D. McDonald, St Hughs College, Oxford: «Whose literature? Whose democracy? Which public space? The lessons of 1988»

16:00-16:30 Sebastian Veg, French Centre for Research on Contemporary China, Hong-Kong and EHESS, Paris : «The Debate on Maoïsm and its displacement to the literary sphere in contemporary China»