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CONF: The Child and the Book Conference 2024, Rouen

18th edition: Making, Building, Mending: Creativity and Craftsmanship in Children’s Literature and Culture  Date: May 2-4, 2024Venue: Faculty of Law, Economics & Management | 3 avenue Pasteur, Rouen Each year, the network of European childhood studies scholars, The Child and the Book… Continue Reading →

PROG Atelier SAES Nancy(30/05-01/06)

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Responsables de l’atelier Vanessa Guignery (ENS de Lyon, Présidente de la SEAC), vanessa.guignery@ens-lyon.fr Gerald Preher (Université d’Artois, Directeur de la publication de The Journal of the Short Story in English), gerald.preher@univ-artois.fr SESSION 1 : JEUDI 30 MAI 13h30-16h30 Modératrice : Vanessa Guignery SESSION… Continue Reading →

CFP SAIT: La chair des textes, la chair des images (Le Mans 10-11/10/2024)

International Conference 10-11 October 2024 (Le Mans Université, France)  The flesh of texts, the flesh of images Keynote speakers: Catherine Bernard (Université Paris-Cité), Liliane Louvel (Université de Poitiers) and Gillian Silverman (University of Colorado Boulder) This international and interdisciplinary conference… Continue Reading →

CFP “Material Realisms in Contemporary British Literature”International conference – Montpellier (7-8/11/24)

Université Paul Valéry – Montpellier 3 (EA741 EMMA: Études Montpelliéraines du Monde Anglophone – https://emma.www.univ-montp3.fr/fr) / Université Paris Cité (UMR CNRS 8225 LARCA: Laboratoire de Recherche sur les Cultures Anglophones – https://larca.u-paris.fr/) / SEAC – Société d’Études Anglaises Contemporaines (http://www.laseac.fr/)… Continue Reading →

COLL SEAC Cardinal Points and Regions in British Contemporary British Literature and Arts – Lille

19/10/23 10h Greetings  Introductory remarks by Vanessa Guignery, SEAC President 10h30 – 12h : Keynote speaker Chair : Claire Hélie (Université de Lille) Katy Shaw (Northumbria University) ‘Look North: (Re)Presenting Northern England In C21st Creative Industries’ 14h- 15h30 : Overbearing bearings ?  Chair : Mylène… Continue Reading →

CFP SEAC 2024: « The (neo-)historical in British Literature and Visual Arts – Caen – 17-18/10/2024

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CALL FOR PAPERS The (neo–)historicalin British literature and visual arts (20th–21st centuries) SEAC International Conference Université de Caen Normandie, 17-18 October 2024 Organized by Armelle Parey Special guest: Lucy Caldwell, winner of the 2023 Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction. Confirmed keynote speakers: Jerome de Groot (University… Continue Reading →

CONF: L’adaptation dans tous ses états – Caen 6-7/10/2023

CFP SAES Nancy 30/05-01/06 024

CALL FOR PAPERS Congrès de la SAES. Université de Lorraine – Nancy – 30 mai au 1 juin 2024 « Frontières et déplacements » / « Crossing / Borders » Atelier 5 :  Société d’Études Anglaises Contemporaines (SEAC) / La Nouvelle de langue anglaise In Ali… Continue Reading →

Consolation in British and Postcolonial Literatures – ENS Lyon – 6-7/04/2023

CFP: Foreign Bodies – Montpellier (12-13/10/23)

Foreign Bodies: Becoming Apart, Becoming a Part in Contemporary British Literature 12-13 0ctober, 2023 International conference EMMA (EA741)Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier3 – Site Saint Charles Organizers: Katia Marcellin and Carine Nibakure Keynote speakers: Professor Catherine Bernard (Université Paris-Cité) and Harry Parker (author of Anatomy of a… Continue Reading →

CFP 2023 SEAC Conference: North, South, East, West Cardinal points and regions in contemporary British literature and arts

CALL FOR PAPERS North, South, East, West Cardinal points and regionsin contemporary British literature and arts International conference SEAC / CECILLEUniversité de Lille, 19-20 October 2023Organized by Claire Hélie Keynote speaker: Prof. Katy Shaw (Northumbria University) Geographical issues are central… Continue Reading →

CFP: Congrès de la SAES. Université de Rennes 2 – 1 au 3 juin 2023. « Transmission(s) »

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