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Flaubert in footage. Bicentenary Colloquium (Singer-Polignac Basis, Paris)

FLAUBERT IN PICTURES

COLLOQUIUM FOR THE 200TH BIRTHDAY OF GUSTAVE FLAUBERT

SINGER POLIGNAC FOUNDATION

Registration on the Foundation’s website :

https://www.singer-polenac.org/fr/missions/lettres-et-arts/colloques-arts-lettres/flaubert-en-images

organizer :

Juliette Azoulai (Gustave Eiffel University-LISAA), Philippe Dufour (University of Tours), Gisèle Séginger (Gustave Eiffel University-LISAA)

Scientific Committee :

Jeanne Bem (Saarbrücken University), José-Luis Diaz (Paris Diderot University. Vice President of SERD), Ségolène Le Men (Paris Nanterre University), Jacques Neefs (Paris Sorbonne University and Johns Hopkins University), Gilles Philippe (University of Lausanne ), Pierre-Louis Rey (Sorbonne Nouvelle University), Jean-Claude Yon (Practical School of Advanced Studies-SAPRAT, President of the SERD), Bernard Vouilloux (Paris Sorbonne University)

PROGRAM

MONDAY 12 DECEMBER

Welcome – 1:30 p.m

2 p.m. – Opening of the colloquium

POETICS OF THE IMAGE (Chairman: Gilles Philippe)

2-2:30 p.m. – Jacques Dürrenmatt (University Paris IV): “The word /image/ from Flaubert’s pen”

2:30-3:00 p.m. – Christophe Ippolito (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta), “Serial images in Flaubertian fiction”

3-3:15 p.m. – Break

3:15-3:45 p.m. – Éric Le Calvez (Georgia State University, Atlanta), “Genetics of an image: the cracked cauldron”

3:45-4:15 p.m. – Florence Pellegrini (Bordeaux-Montaigne University), “Way of a Saint Peter in plaster or the allegory flanked by the window”

4:15-4:45 p.m. Discussion

16:45 End of the first day

TUESDAY 13 DECEMBER

09:30 a.m. Welcome of the participants

09:45 Start of the second day

IMAGE AND SUBJECTIVITY (Chairman: PIERRE-LOUIS REY)

9.45-10.15 a.m. – Jeanne Bem (Saarland University), “The Perceptual Disorder: A Sensory Journey through Madame Bovary and Sentimental Education”

10:15-10:45 – Kazuhiro Matsuzawa (Nagoya University), “The Presence and Image of a Dead Beloved in Madame Bovary and Un coeur simple”

10h45-11h15 – Break

11:15-11:45 – Stéphanie Dord-Crouslé (CNRS, IRHIM), “The visual experience of the characters in Un coeur simple”

· 11.45-12.15 – Didier Philippot (Sorbonne University), “Nothing but feelings and images. Faith, Images, Imagination in Flaubert. About A Simple Heart»

12:15-12:45 – Jacques-David Ebguy (University of Paris), “Beyond the human: salient images in Flaubert”

12:45 Discussion

1pm-2pm – Lunch

SEE AND KNOW (Chairman: Didier Philippot)

2:00-2:30pm – Sarga Moussa (CNRS, Thalim), “O colorists, where are you?”. The Episode of the Leprosarium of Damascus in Flaubert’s Notes and Correspondence from the Orient »

2:30-3:00 p.m. – Takashi Kinouchi (Nagoya University of Foreign Studies), “Textual Phantasmagoria: Souvenirs at Madame Bovary”

3-3:15 p.m. – Break

3:15-3:45pm – Florence Vatan (University of Wisconsin, Madison), “Images of the Sky”

15:45-16:15 – Anne Herschberg Pierrot (Paris 8 University of Vincennes), “The consistency of the images (Bouvard and Pécuchet, La Tentation)

4:15 p.m. Discussion
16:45 End of the second day

WEDNESDAY 14 DECEMBER

09:30 a.m. Welcome of the participants

09:45 Start of the second day

FLAUBERT AND THE GRAPHIC ART (Chairman: BERNARD VOUILLOUX)

9.45-10.15 – Ségolène Le Men (Paris Nanterre), “Flaubert and the metamorphoses of the picture: Langlois, Rochegrosse, Burgsthal”

10:15-10:45 – Norioki Sugaya (Rikkyo University, Tokyo), “Flaubert, Hegel and Dutch Painting”

10h45-11h – Break

11:00-11:30 – Kayoko Kashiwagi (Kyoto City University of Arts): “Japan: Everything is porcelain. Flaubert, Japan and Japanism »

11.30 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Michael F. Zimmermann (Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt), “Flaubert and Odilon Redon”

· 12-12:30 pm – Bruna Donatelli (University of Roma Tre), “Biography in Pictures: Flaubert. The last line »

12:30 Discussion
1pm-2pm – Lunch

SPECTACULAR FLAUBERT (CHAIR JEANNE BEM)

2-2:30pm – Jacques Neefs (Paris VIII University and Johns Hopkins University), “Prose to see”

14:30-15:00 – Atsushi Yamazaki (Chukyo University, Nagoya), “The Picturesque in Bouvard and Pécuchet”

3-3:15 p.m. break

3:15-3:45 p.m. – Olivier Bara (University Lumière-Lyon 2) – “Images, montage: (dis)connection in Flaubert’s dramatic work, from the first temptation of Saint Anthony to the Castle of Hearts”

15:45-16:15 – Roxane Martin (University of Lorraine): “Flaubert on the test bench of the scenic image: the sets of the Château des Cœurs”

· 4:15-4:45 p.m. – Marc Cerisuelo (Gustave Eiffel University): “The writer personally? Flaubert and Minnelli (Madame Bovary, 1949) »

4:45 p.m. Discussion

5:15 p.m. Closing of the colloquium.

Further information (publications, activities etc.)

https://salammbo.hypotheses.org/

https://flaubert2021.hypotheses.org/

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