Conference; The South : Visions, encounters, representations, 23-24 January 2015, University of Perpignan

Le Sud : visions, rencontres, représentations

Friday, January 23rd 2015- Vendredi 23 janvier 2015

8h45 Opening of the conference / Ouverture du colloque Sara Thornton, présidente de la SFEVE

Workshop 1/Atelier 1 : North versus South /Le nord contre le sud

9h LEIRE BARRERA-MEDRANO (University of London) Dark Catholic, Bright Moorish: Vernon Lee’s Dual Experience of Late Nineteenth-Century Spain

9h25 Rosalyn BUCKLAND (University of London) North and South in DH Lawrence’s fiction

9h 50 Béatrice LAURENT (Université des Antilles) Mer du Nord, Mer du Sud : l’imaginaire polarisé des Victoriens

10h15-10h45 Discussion

10h45-11h15 Coffee break/ Pause café

Workshop 2/Atelier 2 : Gendered Souths /Sud et genre

11h15 Florence PELLEGRY (Université de La Réunion) En quête de liberté: La fuite pour les colonies des jeunes hommes britanniques 1875-1901

11h40 Valentine PREVOT (Université Paris Diderot) Territoires méridionaux et îles australes : laboratoires du masculin dans les premières boys?adventure stories victoriennes

12h05 Alice MICHEL (Université d?Orléans) Female-Free South Seas? The Masculine Representation of the South Pacific in Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Ebb-Tide

12h30 Discussion

13h Lunch/Déjeuner

Workshop 3/Atelier 3 : Travelling South: Journeys and Explorations / Voyages dans le sud: périples et explorations

14h45Anne Laure BARKATE ( Université d’Aix en Provence) Représentations du Sud dans le Voyage du Beagle

15h10 Fanny ROBLES (Université de Toulouse 2 ) « Sauvage » austral pour scènes victoriennes : Les spectacles sud-africains et leur réception

15h35 Una BROGAN (Université Paris Diderot) The politics of cycling and the South

16h Fariha SHAIKH (King’s College London) Emulating Print, Producing Settlement:The Alfred and the Open Sea

16h25-17h Discussion

17h00-17h30 Coffee break/ Pause café

17h30-18h15 Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Roussillon (in collaboration with/en collaboration avec l’Association Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Port-Vendres)

18h 15 Apéritif

20h30 Dinner in town/Dîner en ville

Saturday, January 24th 2015- Samedi 24 janvier 2015

9h30-10h30 Guest speaker/Invité d’honneur Stefano Maria EVANGELISTA (University of Oxford)The Secret Southward Journeys of some Victorian World Citizens: utopia, embodiment and the cosmopolitan

10h30-11h Coffee Break/Pause café

Workshop 4/Atelier 4: Imagining/reinventing the South/Sud imaginé, sud réinventé

11h Daniel FOLLIARD (Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre East and West, North and South? Divisions of the Globe and British geographical imaginations in the Victorian and Edwardian Era

11h25 Claire HELIE (Université de Lille) Creating the Victorian South in Tony Harrison’s Poetry and Plays

11h50 Leonie WANITZEK, (University of Oxford) “The South! something exclaims within me”: Vernon Lee’s Visions of Italy and the South

12h15 Discussion

12h 45 Lunch/Déjeuner

14h30-15h30 Round table/Table ronde : Victorian Studies Today/ Les études victoriennes aujourd’hui

15h30-15h45 Coffee break-Pause café

Workshop 5/Atelier 5 : E.M. Forster’s South / E. M. Forster et le sud

15h45 Hubert MALFRAY (Lycée Claude Fauriel, Saint Etienne) La syncope des possédés: l’Italie ou la perte de connaissance dans A Room with a View d’E.M. Forster

16h10 Berber NEVAL ( European academy of Bolzano) Renegotiating the self in Southern Europe. Italy and sexualities in E.M. Forster and G. Gissing

16h35 Andrea PILCHER (Université d’Aix en Provence) North and South, or the juxtaposition of meteorological conditions in E.M. Forster’s Edwardian short stories.

17h-17h30 Discussion and end of the conference/Discussion et fin du colloque

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