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  • 7-8 octobre 2016
Copyright and the Circulation of Knowledge: Industry Practices and Public Interests in Great Britain from the 18th Century to the Present

Sorbonne Nouvelle, salle prestige,  Maison de la Recherche, rue des Irlandais, 75006 Paris
 
Organisation: Emmanuelle Avril, Bénédicte Miyamoto, Sarah Pickard (Sorbonne Nouvelle), Will Slauter (Paris Diderot)
 
    • Friday, 7 October 2016

09:30-09:45 registration

09:45-10:15 refreshments and informal welcome

10:15-10:30 introduction

Session 1 (10:30-12:00)
Copyright and the Circulation of Knowledge in the 18th century
Chair: Bénédicte Miyamoto (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

- Rebecca CURTIN
(Law School, Suffolk University, Boston, USA)
The Transactional Origins of Copyright

- Jeffrey HOPES
(British Studies, Université d’Orléans, Orléans, France)
John Dunton from licensing to copyright, 1695-1710

- Trung Thien Kim NGUYEN
(British Studies, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, Paris, France)
The Dissemination of Scottish Enlightenment Philosophy: Publishing the Lectures of the Literati

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Session 2 (2:00-3:30)
Circulation of Knowledge, then & now
Chair: Emmanuelle Avril (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

- Isabella ALEXANDER
(Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)
Copyright and the Circulation of Geographical Knowledge in 18th Century Britain: The case of maps

- Aileen FYFE & Noah MOXHAM
(School of History, University of St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, UK)
The Royal Society and the circulation of scientific knowledge in print, c1700-1900

- Louisiane FERLIER
(Royal Society, London, UK) 
The Royal Society and the circulation of scientific knowledge in the digital age

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refreshments
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Session 3 (4:00-5:00)
Copyright and Industry Practices
Chair: Will Slauter (Paris Diderot)

- Jose BELLIDO
(Kent Law School, University of Kent, Canterbury, England, UK)
Copyright and Toys: On King Features Syndicate v O&M Kleeman (1940)

- Fiona MACMILLAN
(School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London, Lodnon, England, UK)
Copyright, Musical Labour and the Regulation of Public Space

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    • Saturday, 8 October 2016

Key Note Speaker (09:30-10:30)

Ronan DEAZLEY
(School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK)

Navigating the Copyright Cortex: Law and Cultural Memory

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refreshments
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Session 4 (11:00-12:30)
Copyright and the Public Domain in the Digital Age
Chair: Sarah Pickard (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

- Adrienne MUIR

(Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
Electronic Libraries and Model Licences: developments in copyright and access to academic knowledge in the UK since the Follett Report

- Andrea WALLACE
(Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy (CREATe), University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
Claiming Surrogate Intellectual Property Rights: When Cultural Institutions Repossess the Public Domain

- Mathilde PAVIS & Charlotte WAELDE
(Law School Department, University of Exeter & Law School, Coventry University, UK)
The Circulation of Copyright Knowledge in the UK in the 21st Century


Discussion / roundtable (12:30-13:00)

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Call for papers to download here

Registration is free, please send an email to the organizing committee: copyright-conference@univ-paris3.fr

Map showing the Sorbonne Nouvelle, maison de la recherche, 4  rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris, France: here

Conference programme to download here 

Conference poster  to download here

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
CREW
(EA 4399) - the Centre for Research on the English-speaking Word
CREC - the Centre for Reasearch on British Studies

Université Paris Diderot
LARCA (UMR 8225) - Laboratoire de recherches sur les cultures anglophones

Université Paris Diderot & Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Institut Universitaire de France (IUF
The Royal Society

colloque international

  • 21-22 octobre 2016

VISUALIZING CONSUMER CULTURE,COMMODIFYING VISUAL CULTURE IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD

OCTOBER 21, 2016, UNIVERSITE PARIS-SORBONNE
OCTOBER 22, 2016, UNIVERSITE SORBONNE NOUVELLE


Organised by HISTOIRE ET DYNAMIQUE DES ESPACES ANGLOPHONES (HDEA-CSTI, EA4086), Université Paris-Sorbonne

CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD (CREW, EA4389), Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

With the Participation of Conseil scientifique de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, Commission de la recherche & SRIE de l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

Scientific committee:Claire Dutriaux (Paris-Sorbonne), Clémentine Tholas-Disset (Sorbonne-Nouvelle), Laurent Châtel (Paris-Sorbonne), Catherine Purcell (Paris-Sorbonne), Divina Frau-Meigs (Sorbonne-Nouvelle), Donna Kesselman (UPEC), Jean Kempf (Lyon II), Jennifer Gauthier (Randolph College).



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016
MAISON DE LA RECHERCHE, 28 RUE SERPENTE, 75006 PARIS


9:00-9:30        REGISTRATION / WELCOME ADDRESS

9:30-11:00     “VISUALIZING FOOD” / Chair: Hélène Le-Dantec – Lowry

• Irina MIHALACHE (University of Toronto), “The Chef’s Apron as Visual Culture: Curating Consumer Experience in Restaurants’ Kitchens”
• Brigitte PEZANT (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), “A Perceptual Approach to Marks & Spencer’s Food Commercials”
• Eléonore OBIS (Université Paris-Sorbonne), “Commodifying Visual Culture in the Wine Business: the Case of the USA”


11:00-11:30      COFFEE BREAK

11:30-12:30         “ICONOGRAPHIES OF CAPITALISM” / Chair : Donna Kesselman
• Thibaut CLÉMENT (Université Paris-Sorbonne), “ʻThey all trust Mickey Mouseʼ: Consuming and Showcasing Capitalism in Disney Theme Parks”
•Yvonne-Marie ROGEZ (Université Panthéon-Assas), “Consumerism Challenged: the Shopping Cart in Contemporary North-American Art, Film and Iconography”

12:30-1:30        LUNCH

1:30-2:30         KEYNOTE ADDRESS - Geneviève COHEN-CHEMINET (Université Paris-Sorbonne
“AN EPISTEMOLOGY OF DISRUPTIVE OBJECTS: THE TRANSFIGURATION OF THE COMMONPLACE INTO ARTIFIED OBJECTS”.

2 :30-4:00        “THE SPECTACLE OF SOPHISTICATION: LUXURY AND FASHION” / Chair:  Geneviève Cohen-Cheminet

• Stefania MASÈ (Macerata University), “The Process of Artification for Luxury Brands Searching for a New Balance between Ethics and Aesthetics”
• Guillaume SIROIS (McGill University), “A Media of a Special Kind: Spectacular Exhibition Venues and the Development of a Luxury Brand”
• Alice MORIN(Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle), “Smells Like Seduction: Staging Perfumes in Fashion Magazines, 1970s-1980s”

4:00-4 :30        COFFEE BREAK

4:30-6:00      “HISTORY OF COMMODIFICATION” / chair: Clémentine Tholas-Disset
• Emmanuel FALGUIÈRES (Université Paris-Diderot), “The Canvasser, the County Atlas and the Farmer: Commodifying the Image of the Land in the Midwest (1860-1920).ˮ
• Alecia SIMMONDS (University of Technology Sydney), “Possessive Love: The Legal Life of Romantic Objects in Early Twentieth-Century Australia.”
• Anne LESME (Université Aix-Marseille), “The Historical Characters of American Girls Dolls: Spectacle and Visual Culture as the Agents of Consumerism”





SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016
MAISON DE LA RECHERCHE, 4 RUE DES IRLANDAIS, 75005 PARIS



9:00-9:30        REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
 
9:30-10:30        KEYNOTE ADDRESS - Sarah BANET-WEISER (Director of the School of Communication at USC Annenberg)
“THE VISION OF EMPOWERMENT”

10:30-11:00        COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30        “BODIES: GENDERED CONSUMPTION” / Chair: Karen Randell

• Stephanie MERCIER (Université de Poitiers), “Visualising Bodies as Commodities on the Shakespearean Stage”
• Amy D. WELLS (Université de Caen), “White Dress, Blue Liquid: The Visual Marketing of Feminine Hygiene Products”
• Marianne KAC-VERGNE (University of Picardie-Jules Verne), “Gendered Consumerism in Pretty Woman”

12:30-1:30        LUNCH

1:30-3:30         “COMMODIFYING IDENTITY” / Chair: Laurent Chatel

• Keith CORSON (Rhodes College), “Commodifying Resistance: Basketball, Hip-Hop, and the Selling of Black Youth Culture”
• Emilie CHEYROUX (Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle), “Latinos Transnational Visual Culture: Tension between Consuming and Integrating”
• Karine CHAMBEFORT (Université Paris Est Créteil), “Martin Parr’s Signs of the Times: a Portrait of the Nation’s Tastes: Antidote Pictures to Consumerism?”
• Martine LAMBERT-CHARBONNIER (Université Paris-Sorbonne), “From Commodity Fetishes to Symbols: Danny Boyle’s Simulations of British Culture in the London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony”

3:30-3:45        COFFEE BREAK

3:45-4:45        “DIGITAL CAPITALISM” / Chair: Divina Frau-Meigs
• Olivier FRAYSSE (Université Paris-Sorbonne), “Rereading Debord”
• Dawn WOOLLEY (Royal College of Art), “Hysterical Selfies and the Commercial Construction of Identity on Social Networking Sites”

4:45-5:00        CLOSING REMARKS



Registration fees: 20 euros 
 

If you would like to attend, contact to: visualizingconsumerismp4p3@gmail.com


Clémentine Tholas Disset (Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle) & Claire Dutriaux (Paris Sorbonne)



séminaire CREC


  • 6 octobre 2016
Daniel Nilsson DeHanas
Lecturer en Religion et Politics à King's College à Londres pour son livre

London Youth, Religion, and Politics, Engagement and Activism from Brixton to Brick Lane (Oxford University Press, 2016).

Le séminaire aura lieu dans le Petit Amphi à l'Institut du Monde Anglophone, 5 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris de 15h00 à 17h00.

https://global.oup.com/academic/product/london-youth-religion-and-politics-9780198743675?cc=fr&lang=en&#

colloque international


 
  • 4-5 novembre 2016
Au-delà du clivage Nord-Sud au Royaume-Uni : quelles perspectives pour le Nord ?

Colloque du CRECIB organisé par l'Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 (CREW-CREC EA 4399) et l'Université de Lorraine (IDEA et LOTERR),
http://idea-udl.org/conference-north-fr/
Université de Lorraine (Campus lettres et sciences humaines)

Organisation: Emmanuelle Avril (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle)


Ouvrages publiés en 2016


Louise Dalingwater, 2016,
Les services britanniques au 21e siècle: une étude interdisciplinaire,
Nancy, Presses Universitaires de Nancy (PUN).


Sarah Pickard, 2016,
Civilisation britannique - British Civilisation
,
Paris, Pocket, Langues pour tous, 11ème édition.


Doctorants CREW


 

Projets de recherche CREW

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