The research seminar “From the Literary Heritage Factory to the Literary Heritage Factory”, organized since 2020, measures these cross-relationships between literature and heritage, with a dual purpose: on the one hand, to outline the panorama of ongoing research and projects in this field; on the other hand, and thus to contribute to the development of an international research network that brings together researchers working in this field from the disciplines of literature, sociology, discourse analysis, book and media history, visual studies, information and communication sciences, educational sciences and museology.
The seminar will take place this year with one session per month on Tuesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. The seminar is divided into two parts. The first part, under the responsibility of Olivier Belin, focuses on the methods of transmitting literature, particularly in some of its forms that are particularly difficult to transmit. The second part of the seminar, organized in partnership with the RIMELL network (Network for Interdisciplinary Research on Museumization and Exhibition of Literature and Books), under the responsibility of Camille van Vyve, will be organized from February. His program focuses on the nature of the exhibited when designing exhibitions dedicated to literature.
Part 1 – Methods of Literary Heritage (e.g.: Olivier Belin)
Next meeting – December 13, 2022 (Paris – Mediatheque Françoise Sagan – Hybrid Session): Consecration and Reappropriation
Anthony Glinoer (University of Sherbrooke): “The Political Use of Literary Classics”
Mathilde Labbé (University of Nantes): “Monumentalizations of Literature”
Registrations We invite everyone interested to attend the next session in person or remotely (to get the link to the organized Zoom session, please register here).
Past session (available online) – November 8, 2022 (online): Community Practices
Giovanni Vitali (University of Versailles Saint-Quentin): “Poetry in the streets of Rome, digital approaches to the analysis of the text and the poetic space in the neighborhoods”
Mélanie Bourdaa (Bordeaux Montaigne University): “Janeits: between official mediation and fan activity”
Upcoming session – January 24, 16:00 – 18:00 (University of Leuven – KULeuven – hybrid session): Labile Literature
Denis Saint-Amand (FNRS – University of Namur): “What future for wild literatures?”
Olivier Belin (University of Rouen): “Theephemera Literature, between fetish object and uncertain legacy”
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