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MLA 2025 à la Nouvelle-Orléans : sessions seiziémistes

MLA 2025 à la Nouvelle-Orléans : sessions seiziémistes

Publié le par Marc Escola (Source : Corinne Noirot)

The MLA Forum on French Sixteenth-Century Language, Literature, and Culture invites proposals (in French or in English) on the following topic for the Modern Language Association of America’s annual convention (MLA 2025), to be held in New Orleans, January 9-12, 2025. (MLA membership required by April. For regular members traveling from outside the US, small grants are available.) – Feel free to circulate this call. 

For more information on the MLA convention, please see:

Seeing, Watching, Looking, in Sixteenth Century France (1480-1630) 

Beyond eyewitness testimony, how do writers and characters see, watch, look at things and beings in the 16th century? With what implications regarding representation, cognition, relationality, or agency? Genre differences? 250-word abstract and short CV by 15 March 2024. (Contact: Corinne Noirot)

Teaching the French Sixteenth Century in the Twenty-First Century

How do we teach sixteenth-century French literature and culture in the twenty-first century? Proposals for a roundtable on a variety of perspectives on this subject. 250-word abstract and brief CV by 15 March 2024. (Contact: Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier)  

New Work in Sixteenth-Century French Literary and Cultural Studies

Proposals for papers on any aspect of sixteenth-century French literature and culture, from any perspective or theoretical approach, from scholars at any career stage. 250-word abstract and brief CV by 15 March 2024. (Contact: Hassan Melehy).