WIFIS 2012

(Plusieurs interventions concernent le domaine « Femmes, Genre et Ancien Régime »)
9-9.30: Registration
9.30-9.45: Welcome
9.45-11: Theatre, Masks and Masquerade
Julia Prest (St Andrews): Putting the Caen back into Controversy: Garaby« s »Tartuf, aisné de celuy de Molière de sept à huit ans’
Elizabeth Lindley (Cambridge): Disguise and Social Identity in Yasmina Reza?s Trois versions de la vie and Le Dieu du carnage
Sarah Townshend (St Andrews): Playing the Man, Performing the Woman: Cross-Dressing in Le Vieillard amoureux and La Folle enchère
11.30-12.30: Transgressing Narratives of the Self
Adrienne Angelo (Auburn University): Autobiography and the Fait divers: Diane de Margerie?s L’Étranglée
Morven Fraser (St Andrews): Disruptions in masculinity and femininity in the works of Catherine Cusset
12.30-2: LUNCH, accompanied by WIFIS Open Forum
2-3.30: Translations
Martine Reid (Lille III) : Anne-Marie Du Bocage traductrice
Marie Brogly (St Andrews): Traduire Pierre Reverdy, un travail de poète?
Pauline Henry-Tierney (Manchester): (De)Sexing the Whore: Examining the translation of gendered language in the English translation of Nelly Arcan’s Putain
3.30-4.30: Gens/Femmes de lettres
Christie Margrave (St Andrews): Should Women Write? The Mysterious Case of Sophie Cottin’s Vanishing Chapter.
Nelly Sanchez (Bordeaux III): La Société des Gens de Lettres et les Femmes de Lettres (1880-1914)
4.30: TEA
5-6.30: Politics and Policies
Emily St Denny (Stirling): French Prostitution Policy since the 1970?s: a symphony in three movements
Jutta Hergenhan (Humboldt University Berlin): Gender-related Language Reform in Present day France
Barbara Giraud (Oxford Brookes): Le sens de l’hygiène dans les classes
populaires: les romans d’André Léo
6.30: Reception in memory of founder member Dr Amy Wygant.
Venue: Institut Français d’Ecosse, 13 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh EH3 7TT Fee: « 25 waged / »15 students and unwaged
Contact details:
Susan Bainbrigge/Véronique Desnain
DELC (French)
The University of Edinburgh
59/60 George Square
Edinburgh EH8 9JU
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