Événements & colloques
Solitudes/Multitudes, 18th-21st centuries (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Solitudes/Multitudes, 18th-21st centuries (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Publié le par Esther Demoulin (Source : Joshua Armstrong)

In the framework of the International Symposium


Madison, October 14-15, 2022

The Department of French and Italian at University of Wisconsin-Madison presents two virtual keynote lectures:

Daniel Desormeaux (Johns Hopkins University)
"The Solitude of a Nation: Post-Revolutionary Haiti.”
Friday, October 14 - 11:30 am-12:45 pm (CST)
Register here:

Ziad Elmarsafy (King’s College London)
"The Loneliest People in the World: Racism and Slavery in
Contemporary Gulf Arabic Fiction.”
Saturday, October 15 - 9:30 am-10:45 am (CST)
Register here:
Attendance is free and open to the public.
This event is possible thanks to financial support from the UW-Madison Anonymous Fund and to our co-sponsors: Center for Interdisciplinary French Studies, Center for Humanities, Center for Visual Culture, Center for European Studies; Department of English; Department of History; Department of Philosophy; Department of Political Science; Institute for Research in the Humanities; Middle Eastern Studies Program.