Posted by on 10 mai 2022

Le séminaire France Berkeley (Virginia Woolf et la Résonance), deux fois repoussé en raison de la pandémie, se déroulera le 12 et 13 mai prochain, à la salle 16 de l’Institut.

PROGRAMME – Afterlives – Virginia Woolf and Resonance

Institut du Monde Anglophone (salle 16)
5, rue de l’Ecole de Médecine

Thursday 12th May

2.15 pm Introduction – Claire Davison and Elizabeth Abel (France Berkeley Fund)

2.30 pm – Historical Reverberations

Anne-Marie Smith-Di Biasio, “Listening to Listening in Woolf: Lyrical Anteriority, Ancestral Voices and the Shadow of Reminiscence”

Elizabeth Abel, “The Moth Aesthetic: Woolf’s Resonance for W.G. Sebald”

4 pm – 4.30 pm coffee break

Claire Davison, “Feedback footnotes? Three Guineas’ Resonant References” 

Anne Besnault, Virginia Woolf’s Unwritten Histories: Conversations with the Nineteenth Century (respondent: Marie Laniel)

Friday 13th May

10 am – Textual Echoes

Catherine Lanone, “Echoes of emptiness, from Mallarmé to Woolf”

Andrea Carboni, “Resonances of Growth between Virginia Woolf and Peter Cameron”

11 am – 11.15 am coffee break

Nicolas Boileau, “Discreet Signs of Madness in Contemporary Fiction or How Septimus’s Voices Resonate”

Mary Mussman, “‘Except that we are English people’: Civility, Eccentricity, and Sexuality in The Voyage Out

2 pm – Resounding Arts

Marie Laniel, “Virginia Woolf’s Resonance in Contemporary French Literature: Artistic Cross-overs in Nevermore (2021) by Cécile Wajsbrot”

Daria Tolokonnikova, “The Unlit World where the leaf rots”: Environmental Resonances in Virginia Woolf”

3 pm – 3.15 pm coffee break

Katherine Hobbs, “‘Something yet unvoiced’: Ethel Smyth and Artistic Activism”

Caroline Pollentier, “Transmedial Bodies: The Waves between Fiction and Contemporary Dance”

Round Table

Sounding On – the reader – resonator

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