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    Provincial life in Balzac

     Aspects of Provincial Life in the Work of Honoré de Balzac

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    Publié le samedi 09 février 2002 par Natalie Petiteau

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    University of Bristol Department of French A colloquium to be held on Programme 10. 00 Arrival, registration and coffee. 10. 45 Welcome address (Mr Andrew Watts, University of Bristol). The Morning Session will be chaired by Profes

    Annonce

    University of Bristol
    Department of French

    A colloquium to be held on


    Programme

    10. 00 Arrival, registration and coffee.


    10. 45 Welcome address (Mr Andrew Watts, University of Bristol).


    The Morning Session will be chaired by Professor Timothy Unwin (University of Bristol).

    11. 00 Dr Michael Tilby (Selwyn College, Cambridge): Balzac and the Politics of Ignorance: La Vieille Fille.

    11. 30 Professor Diana Knight (University of Nottingham). 'Il n'est pas célibatairophobe...'.

    12. 00 Mr Andrew Watts (University of Bristol). Cruelty and Kindness in Pierrette.

    12. 30 Lunch.


    The Afternoon Session will be chaired by Dr Michael Tilby (Selwyn College, Cambridge).

    2. 00 Dr Owen Heathcote (University of Bradford). The Work of Memory: Sexuality, Violence and Writing in Balzac's Touraine.

    2. 30 Dr Timothy Farrant (Pembroke College, Oxford). Province and Perspective in Balzac's Work.

    3. 00 Dr Richard Bolster (University of Bristol): Eugénie Grandet Lives On: The Interesting Case of Ruth Weiss.

    3. 30 Discussion. 

    4. 30 Closing address.


     

    Registration, which includes a buffet lunch, is £10 (£5 for postgraduates). Please send cheques (payable to Andrew Watts) to Andrew Watts, Department of French, 17-19 Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1TE before Friday 9 March 2002. Please also enclose your full name, the name of your institution, and your e-mail or postal address.


    Lieux

    • Bristol, Grande-Bretagne

    Dates

    • samedi 16 mars 2002

    Mots-clés

    • Balzac, histoire sociale

    Contacts

    • Andrew Watts
      courriel : andrew [at] wattsbristol [dot] freeserve [dot] co [dot] uk

    Pour citer cette annonce

    « Provincial life in Balzac », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le samedi 09 février 2002, http://calenda.org/186940