Accueil >> Recherche >> Actualités >> Colloques - journées d'études

Recherche

Colloque international du réseau de l'ISDRN "Mapping Irish Studies in the 21st century"

du 8 juin 2018 au 9 juin 2018
 

MAPPING IRISH STUDIES.JPG
  • Organisateurs :
Clíona Ní Ríordáin : cniriordain@gmail.com

  • Programme :
Friday 8th June – Afternoon session

14.00-15.00: Derek Hand (DCU): “The Irish Novel and the Celtic Tiger: a form adequate to our predicament?”

Coffee: 15.00-15.30:

15.30-16.15: Cliona Ni Riordain (Sorbonne Nouvelle): “The Swinging Hinge” Heaney, Bacon and Intersemiotic Translation

16.15-17.00: Nolwenn Rousvoal (Paris 3): “Commemorating in discourse the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme: a ‘shared culture of remembrance’”?

17.00-17.45: Inès Bigot (Paris 3): “‘Treading the Dance of Life’: Dance and Dissidence in the plays of W. B Yeats and Wole Soyinka.”

General discussion

Dinner : Au Port du Salut, 177 rue Saint Jacques, 75005 @ 19.30

Saturday 9th June – Morning session

9.00-9.45: Anindita Bhattacharya (DCU): “From Leprechauns to Lalpori: The Fantastic and the Preternatural in Irish and Bengali Children's Literature”

9.45-10-30: Ciara Ní Bhroin (UCD): “Borders, Partition and Male Subjectivity in Siobhan Dowd’s Bog Child (2008)”

Coffee: 10-30-10.45:

10.45-11.30: Seamus May (Liverpool): “Charting the Shapes of Bruno in ‘The Dead’”

11.30-12.15: David McKinney (UCD): “White with dust from head to foot”: James Joyce’s “The Dead”, Samuel Beckett’s All That Fall, and Post-Independence Disillusionment

Lunch: Courtyard of the Maison de la Reherche

Saturday 9th June – Afternoon session

14.00-14.45: Ellen Howley (DCU): “The Sea in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney and Derek Walcott.”

14.45-15.30: Tapasya Narang (DCU): “The Poetics and Politics of Cosmopolitan Modernism: A Comparative Study of Poetry of Derek Mahon and Arun Kolatkar”.

Coffee: 15.30-15.45

15.45-16.30: John Greaney (UCD): “Irish Modernism, Memory, Representation”

16.30-17.15: Daniel Meharg (Paris 3): “Defending Spanish republicans before skeptical and conservative readers: the catholic Basques of Shevawn Lynam's The Spirit and The Clay (1954).”



Type :
Colloque / Journée d'études
Lieu(x) :
Maison de la Recherche - 4 rue des Irlandais - 75005 PARIS
 

mise à jour le 8 juin 2018