AGORA

Journée d'études Communities

06.04.2018

Cette journée d’études se situe dans le cadre du réseau franco-britannique de chercheurs victorianistes , NNCN North European Ninerteenth Century Studies Network, férérant les enseignants chercheurs de 4 universités, Leeds Trinity University, Huddersfield University, Hull University et Cergy-Pontoise. Ce réseau, lancé en 2013, est un élargissement de la coopération entre Leeds Trinity University et Cergy-Pontoise dans le cadre des études victoriennes, civilisation, culture et littérature britannique au 19e siècle, de 2004 à 2012.

 

Programme :

Conference Venue:

Cergy-Pontoise University - 33 Boulevard du Port
95011 CERGY-PONTOISE.

6 avril 2018

Salle des Thèses, Chênes II.

How to get here

8.45-9.15 – Conference registration

9.15-9.30 – Welcome address - Professor Odile BOUCHER-RIVALAIN, Cergy-Pontoise University (AGORA).

9.30 -11.15 – Plenary session: Weaving reading communities in and out of fiction.

Workshop 1: Seriality à l'oeuvre.

Chair :  François ROPERT

Françoise DUPEYRON-LAFAY – (Paris-Est Créteil University, UPEC).

« Communautés absentes, criminelles et /ou symboliques par Arthur Conan Doyle, dans The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) »

Peggy BLIN-CORDON – Cergy-Pontoise University (AGORA).

” Thomas Hardy, novelist and ‘editor’: from fictional community to reading community.”

Question time

Workshop 2: The warp in the pastoral.

Chair : Peggy BLIN-CORDON

Rosemary MITCHELL  - Leeds Trinity and All Saints University.

“Charlotte Yonge and the Parish Church: Constructing a Conservative Community: shaping gender, religious, disabled, national identities in the 19th c.”

François ROPERT – Cergy-Pontoise University (AGORA).

Semel et Semper (...) and I tell him it’s a beastly chouse: country house communities under French influence in Lesbia Brandon, A.C. Swinburne’s impossible novel.

Question time

11.15 - Coffee break

Lunch break  12.30-2pm

2pm -Parallel sessions: Forms, Aims and Roles of Communities.

Workshop 1 : Political communities.

Salle 230 dite "Salle Ananzie" Chênes II

Chair : Stéphane GUY

Françoise BAILLET – Cergy-Pontoise University (AGORA).

“Lines of Nationhood: (re)drawing the national community in the context of the 1867 Reform Act, the example of The Tomahawk.”

Frank RYNNE – Cergy-Pontoise University (AGORA).

“The community of Ballydehob in Co. Cork and their political and revolutionary organizing during the Land War, 1879-82.”

Yann BELIARD –  Paris 3 Sorbonne-Nouvelle University.

“Striking Miners during the Great Labour Unrest, 1910-1914; already the ‘enemy within”?

Farouk  LAMINE – Nantes University."

Orwell’s Common Decency: a conception of the English Community".

Question time

Workshop 2: Working and cultural communities.

Salle des Thèses - Chênes II.

Chair : Rosemary MITCHELL

Alan McNEE – Institute of English Studies, University of London

Communities of Traveller and Tourists.

Di DRUMMOND – Leeds Trinity and All Saints University.

“Culture, Compliance and Dissent in Railway Company Communities in England, 1838-1900”

Karina BENAZECH WENDLING – (EHPE – Paris 8 Vincennes).

“ ‘A City upon a Hill’. Protestant Missions in Ireland and the disruptions of traditional communities in the mid-19th c.”

Laurence DUBOIS – Paris-Ouest La Défense University.

“The Hanwell Asylum in the 1840s”

Question time

3.40 - Coffee Break

4pm – Plenary session: Visualising communities

Chair : Françoise BAILLET

Lucy Ella ROSE – University of Surrey, UK.

“A Community of Artists, Authors, and Activists : The Syrett Sisters and the Yellow Book Group in the 1890s.”

Marty GOULD – University of South Florida – Brunel University.

“Communal Connections in Cinematic Adaptations of Dickens’s novel Great Expectations (1860-1).

Question time

5.15pm – Closing remarks

 

Plan d'accès :

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Françoise Baillet
francoise.baillet @ u-cergy.fr

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