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Colloque Voix et vision : culture canadienne et mondialisation

May 22nd, 2008 - May 24th, 2008

Institut du Monde Anglophone, Grand Amphithéâtre – 5 rue de l’École de Médecine, 75006 Paris

Organisé par Marta Dvorak de l’Université de Paris III- Sorbonne Nouvelle et Diana Brydon, Directrice du Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies de l’Université du Manitoba.

Interventions de professeurs canadiens:

  • Christin Bök (Univ. of Calgary): The Xenotext Experiment
  • Diana Brydon (Univ. of Manitoba): Inhabiting National Citizenship Spaces in Global Times: Voices and Visions from Canadian Literature
  • Alison Calder (Univ. of Manitoba): Collaboration and Convention in the Poetry of “Pain Not Bread”
  • Warren Cariou (Univ. of Manitoba): Old Masks and New Skins: The Surface of Indigeneity
  • Lily Cho (Univ. of Western Ontario): Temporalities of Loss: Richard Fung’s “Sea in the Blood”
  • Daniel Coleman (MacMaster Univ.): Against Melancholia: Voicing History, Visioning Healing in Recent Canadian Fictio
  • Frank Davey (Univ. of Western Ontario): Not Just Representation: The Sound and Concrete Poetries of “The Four Horseman”
  • George Elliott Clarke (Univ. of Toronto): My Trudeau: The Politics of Adapting a Political Icon for the Operatic Stage
  • Ajay Heble (Univ. of Guelph) et Winfried Siemerling (Univ. de Sherbrooke): Voicing the Unforeseable: Improvisation, Social Parctice, Collaborative Research
  • Chelva Kanaganayakam (Univ. of Toronto): Diasporic Appropriations: Exporting South Asian Culture from Canada
  • Ric Knowles (Univ. of Guelph): Chocolate Woman Workshops the Milky-Way: Monique Mojica and Native Performance Culture Research
  • Olive Senior (écrivain)
  • Jane Urquhart (écrivain).

Programme détaillé: http://www.umanitoba.ca/centres/gcs/news/index.html

Contact: Dvorakmarta@aol.com