“Feeling for the past: remembering through the senses,” Université Paris 3, 10th-11th October

“Feeling for the past: remembering through the senses”

10-11th October, Université Paris 3, Grand Amphithéâtre, 5 Rue de l’Ecole de Médecine

Friday, 10th October
9h15-9h30 Marc Porée : Présentation

9h30-10h30 Keynote 1. Mark Jenner (University of York): “Sense of the Past, Scents of the Past”
10h30-11h00 Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise: “The Internal Senses and the Arts of Memory in Early Modern Literature.”
11h00-11h30 Coffee
11h30-12h15 Hélène Josse & Pascale Manoilov: “Learning with all five senses: the Potato Project”
12h15-12h45 Catherine Lanone: “The fragrance of the past: haunting memories in British novels”
12h45-13h15 Claire Tardieu: “Kathleen Raine et les trois visions”
14h30-15h30 Keynote 2. Catherine Maxwell (Queen Mary): “Perfumed Melodies: Tracking Literary Scent Memory from Shakespeare to Michael Field”

15h30-16h00 Claire Davison “Lest we forget, or best forgotten? Music, Cultural Memory and the Projection of Russia in Wartime Britain”
16h00-16h30 Coffee

16h30- 17h00 Isabelle Génin: “Recovering the Past in Native American fiction: Tradition and Trauma in Leslie Marmon Silko’s works.”

17h00-17h30 Wesley Hutchinson: “Northern Ireland: Photography, fear and the community”
17h30-18h00 Nathalie Sebbane: “Reconstructing one’s sense of self through senses: Irish women and Ireland’s ‘architecture of containment’.”

Saturday, 11th October

9h15-10h00 Aliyah Morgenstern, Laurent David, Pauline Beaupoil: “Remembrance of sensations past: the role of memory in child language acquisition.”
10h00-10h30 Christine Raguet: “Vibrations d´ailleurs”
10h45-11h15 Cliona Ni Riordain “Memories of Language in the Poetry of Maurice Riordan.”
11h15-11h45 Sophie Wade “Artificial intelligence and contemporary poetry12h00-12h30 Samantha Weyer-Brown “Tana French’s psychological thriller, Broken Harbour” (title to be confimed)
11h45-12h: conclusion

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