The French Postgraduate Seminar at the IMLR aims to provide postgraduate students in the field of French Studies with the opportunity to present their research findings, trial-run papers, and meet their peers. Open to students at the London universities and further afield, the seminar also provides a forum to feed back on research experience, share their successes and voice their concerns.
The French Postgraduate Seminar is an initiative intended to complement the Modern Languages Forum and French Postgraduate Conference, held at the IMLR. The seminar is convened jointly by Dr Dominic Glynn (Lecturer in French at the IMLR) and postgraduate students, Adina Stroia (email@example.com) and Oliver Kenny (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The French Postgraduate Seminar Series (IMLR)
Tuesday January 26th – room 246, Senate House, London, 5-7 pm
Daniel Finch-Race (Cambridge): ‘Transitional Tumult in Baudelaire's “Le Crépuscule du soir”.’
Igor Reyner (KCL): ‘Proust’s Eden of Silence and Baudelaire’s Moving Wonders: Interactions and Disruptions between Movement, Sound, and Sight.’
Tuesday February 9th – Hovenden Room, All Souls’ College, Oxford, 5-7 pm
Adina Stroia, (KCL): ‘Points de re-père: Paternal Hauntings in Marie Nimier’s Works.’
Sarah Jones (Oxford): ‘The Body of Ourika: The Doctor, the Patient and the Text.’
Tuesday March 8th – room 234, Senate House, London, 5-7 pm
Alice Haylett Bryan (KCL): ‘Borders, Bodies and Nationhood: Ethnicity in Contemporary French Horror Cinema.’
Kate Brook (KCL): 'Percevoir pour percevoir': Proust, Futurism and the Artistic Eye.’
Tuesday April 26th – Hovenden Room in All Souls’ College, Oxford, 5-7 pm
Oliver Kenny (QMUL): ‘Questions of duration and ethics in new extreme cinema.’
Ruggero Sciutto (Oxford): ‘Does Madness Represent a Threat in a Deterministic Universe? Diderot and d'Holbach answer.’
Tuesday May 12th – room 243, Senate House, London, 5-7 pm
Julian Koch (QMUL): ‘“L'image, survivant à l'œil, se trouvait hors de l'œil” – visuality and image in the poetry of André du Bouchet.’
Dominique Carlini-Versini (University of Kent/ Université Paris Diderot): ‘The Body in the Text: Exploring Sensations in Lorette Nobécourt’s and Marie Darrieussecq's Fictions.’
*Please note that two spring events will be held in conjunction with Oxford University on their campus.
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