The Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Modern France and the Francophone World meets every other Friday at 4.00pm in the John Hope Franklin Room (Social Sciences 224), unless otherwise noted.
Friday, 30 September: Oana Panaïté, Associate Professor of French, Indiana University Bloomington, “The Colonial Fortune: Primal Scenes in Contemporary Fiction.” 4:00 PM in the John Hope Franklin Room (SS 224).
Friday, 14 October: Rebecca Crisafulli, Ph.D. Candidate in Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, “Reading Louise d’Épinay’s L’Histoire de Madame Montbrillant as Educational treatise.” 4:00 PM in Classics 111.
Wednesday, 19 October at Noon: Special lunchtime session with Alice Kaplan, Professor of French, Yale University, “Literary Publishing in a Dictatorship: Notes for an essay on the Editions Barzakh, Algiers.” 12:00 PM in the John Hope Franklin Room (SS 224).
Friday, 28 October: Jennifer Wild, Associate Professor of Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago, “The Chaplin Files.” 4:00 PM in the John Hope Franklin Room (SS 224).
Friday, 11 November: Gregory Valdespino, Ph.D. Student in History, University of Chicago, “’Against the Dead Past, the Future is Broken’: Mourning and Imperial Community after the Mount Pelée Eruption.” 4:00 PM in the John Hope Franklin Room (SS 224).