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Re: Colloque sur la violence en litterature francaise Gabrielle M Verdier





Beau sujet de colloque, tres vaste et complexe. 
"La violence" a deja ete le sujet du neuvieme
colloque international de la SATOR (Societe d'Analyse de la Topique
Romanesque), qui s'est tenu a Milwaukee et a Madison in septembre 1995.

Les travaux de ce colloque ont paru en 1998 
_Violence et fiction jusqu'a la Revolution_
Textes edites pas Martine Debaisieux et Gabrielle Verdier
1998, Gunter Narr Verlag, Tubingen.

45 articles, 480 pp.



On Sat, 6 Nov 1999, Holly Gilbert wrote:

> Appel de communications au cinquième colloque interdisciplinaire des 
> étudiants des cycles supérieurs de l'Université de Californie à Los 
> Angeles. Le contact se fait auprès d'Holly Gilbert, du Département de 
> français. Suket: la poétique de la violence dans la littérature et la 
> société françaises, de la Chanson de Rolland au sacrifice symbolique 
> dans le théâtre de Genet. Prière de soumettre un sommaire d'une page, 
> avec les coordonnées habituelles, à soumettre au plus tard le 1er 
> février. Les présentations peuvent se faire en français.
> 
>                          Call for Papers
> 			UCLA French Graduate Students'
> 			Fifth Interdisciplinary Conference
> 
> 			Murder, Massacre, Mayhem:
> 			The Poetics Of Violence
> 			in French Literature and Society
> 			April 7-8, 2000
> 
> 			Guest Speaker: Sylvère Lotringer
> 
> >From images of massacre in the Chansons de geste to symbolic sacrifice in
> the theater of Genet, the trope of violence has reappeared incessantly
> throughout the history of French culture. The dawn of the new millennium
> provides us with an excellent vantage point from which to examine the
> numerous images of violence that have permeated French society and
> influenced its socio-cultural perspectives since its incipit as
> nation-state. In what way does violence subvert or bolster particular
> socio-political configurations? How have different historical periods
> upheld, undermined or defined themselves with regards to revolutions,
> executions, inquisitions and other acts of violence against groups or
> individuals?
> 
> This interdisciplinary conference welcomes papers examining the role of
> violence in the formation of all aspects of French society, including
> literature, sociology, politics, anthropology, art, religion, psychology,
> and historical perspectives. Proposals are invited to explore thematics of
> violence from the Middle Ages to the present day.
> 
> Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
> *Violence and alterity
> *Representational violence in Classic and Romantic Drama
> *Poetry and revolt
> *Art as metaphor of self-annihilation
> *Violence and Enlightenment philosophy
> *Ideologies of violence and religion
> *Colonization and racial strife
> *Violence and Historicity
> *Text as sacrifice
> *Rage and repression
> 
> Please submit a one-page abstract (papers may be given in either French or
> English) along with your name, addresses (mailing and electronic), phone
> number(s), and academic affiliation to the email address (preferable) or to
> the UCLA Department of French address below. All submissions must be
> postmarked by February 1, 2000. Papers are scheduled for a 20 minute reading
> time. Selected papers will be published in a special conference issue of
> Parole Gelées, the graduate student journal of the UCLA Department of French.
> 
>                          Murder, Massacre, Mayhem
>                              c/o Holly Gilbert
>            UCLA Department of French P.O. Box 951550 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1550
>                 Abstracts to: hgilbert@ucla.edu, or mail to the above address.
>              http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/french/gradconf/violence.html
> 
> 

Gabrielle Verdier
Professor, Dept. of French, Italian, and Comparative Literature
Associate Director, Center for International Studies
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201

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email: verdier@csd.uwm.edu