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La figure de l’écrivain dans la fiction néo-victorienne Writers in Neo-Victorian Fiction

Which writers are remembered or not in neo-Victorian fiction? Who is remembered and what is remembered, obliterated or mis-remembered about Victorian Authors? Is the focus on their activity as writer or/an on their private lives? How are these writers turned into characters?… Continue Reading →

SEAC 2019 Conference: Iris Murdoch and the Ethical Imagination: Legacies and Innovations

Iris Murdoch and the Ethical Imagination: Legacies and Innovations (CORPUS EA 4295—CURAPP-ESS UMR 7319—MESHS—SEAC)  Conférenciers invités : Sandra LaugierProfesseur de PhilosophieUniversité Paris 1 – IUF Peter J. ConradiProfesseur émériteKingston University FRSL Anne RoweProfesseur émériteUniversity of Chichester  Miles LeesonUniversity of Chichester Directeur de… Continue Reading →

Journée d’étude Agrégation externe / interne E.M. Forster, Howards End (1910) et son adaptation par James Ivory (1992)

Co-organisée par l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, l’Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, l’ENS Ulm et la Société d’Études Anglaises Contemporaines (SEAC) Vendredi 13 décembre 2019, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3  “Only Connect: Reconsidering E.M. Forster’s and Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s Howards… Continue Reading →

Programme atelier SEAC/Nouvelles au congrès de la SAES 2019

Responsables : Catherine Bernard (Université Paris Diderot), Gerald Preher (Université Catholique de Lille) Ateliers I Jeudi6 juin 2019, 13h30-16h30 Présidence : Gerald Preher 13h30 Tina Terradillos Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, EMMA (EA 741) Adam’s Breed de Radclyffe Hall : l’exception éthique 14h… Continue Reading →

The Poetics of Fragmentation in Contemporary British and American Fiction

The last decades have seen a revival of fragmentation in British and American works of fiction that deny linearity, coherence and continuity in favour of disruption, gaps and fissures. Authors such as Ali Smith, David Mitchell and David Shields have… Continue Reading →

RE-ORIENTATING E. M. FORSTER Texts, Contexts, Receptions, Cambridge, 2 to 4 April 2020

Confirmed speakers: Paul Armstrong (Brown), Stefan Collini (Cambridge), Santanu Das (Oxford), Leela Gandhi (Brown), Jane Goldman (Glasgow), Stefania Michelucci (Genoa), Rachel Potter (East Anglia), and David Trotter (Cambridge). E. M. Forster, one of the major British writers of the twentieth… Continue Reading →

Bourses Doctorants et HDR

La SEAC offrira en 2019 des bourses d’aide aux doctorants travaillant dans le domaine de la littérature et des arts britanniques des XX et XXIe siècles et devant effectuer une mission de recherche en France ou à l’étranger, ainsi que des… Continue Reading →

EBC 55 Landscapes/Cityscapes Situational Identity in British Literature and Visual Arts (20th-21st Centuries) + Atonement

This issue of Études britanniques contemporaines offers a selection of papers originally delivered at the SEAC-SAIT conference on ‘Landscape/Cityscape Situational Identity in British Literature and Visual Arts (20th-21st Centuries)’organised by Catherine Bernard, Isabelle Gadoin et Catherine Lanone at Senate House,… Continue Reading →

CFP Congrès de la SAES 2019 : « L’exception »

Atelier n°5: La Société d’Études Anglaises Contemporaines (SEAC) / La nouvelle de langue anglaise (Journal of the Short Story in English)Convenors: Catherine Bernard, Université Paris Diderot Gerald Preher, Université Catholique de Lille The term “exception” has never been elaborated into… Continue Reading →

SEAC Conference – 10-11 October 2019:  Iris Murdoch and the Ethical Imagination – Legacies and Innovations 

SEAC Conference – 10-11 October 2019 Iris Murdoch and the Ethical Imagination: Legacies and Innovations  Université de Picardie – Jules Verne,   Logis du Roy, Amiens Confirmed keynote speakers: Prof. Sandra Laugier, Professor of Philosophy, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne Prof. Peter J…. Continue Reading →

Prequels, Coquels and Sequels in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction

This book offers to delineate a key phenomenon in contemporary Anglophone fiction: novel expansion, when the plot and characters from a finished novel are retrieved to be developed in new adventures set before, after or during the narrative time of… Continue Reading →

Virginia Woolf’s Good Housekeeping Essays – Christine Reynier   Virginia Woolf’s Good Housekeeping Essays By Christine Reynier In the mid-twentieth century, Virginia Woolf published ‘Six Articles on London Life’ in Good Housekeeping magazine, a popular magazine where fashion, cookery and house decoration is largely featured. This first book-length study… Continue Reading →

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