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    Publié le dimanche 01 septembre 2002 par Natalie Petiteau

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    Leeds University Graduate Conference Tuesday 10th September 2002 Love and Sexuality A one-day postgraduate conference at the University of Leeds Both love and sexuality can be seen to inform and problematise all areas of modern and

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    Leeds University Graduate Conference

    Tuesday 10th September 2002

    Love and Sexuality

    A one-day postgraduate conference at the University of Leeds


    Both love and sexuality can be seen to inform and problematise all areas of modern and contemporary French and francophone studies, and we hope that this conference should therefore be of wide interest and appeal.


    Session 1 - The Erotics of Power

    (Chair: Dr Catherine Kaiserman, Leeds)
    From Innocent to Indecent: Eroticism and Visual Punning in Cochin's Illustrations to 'Roland furieux' (Jonathan Hensher - University of Manchester)
    Perception and Power: The Phenomenology of Sexuality in Robbe-Grillet's Film and Fiction (Elizabeth Newton - University of Leeds)
    Double Helix: Two Blueprints for an Erotics of Modernism (Alistair Swiffen - University of Cambridge)


    Session 2 - Gender Trouble

    (Chair: Dr Russell Goulbourne, Leeds)
    Gender Trouble in French XVIIth Century Tragedy: Isn't Dido Really a Man? (Laetitia Vedrenne - University of Durham)
    Sex, Power and Resistance: Reading the Erotic Life of Herculine Barbin (Mélisse Lafrance - University of Oxford)
    Male and Female Spheres of Existence Within Gabrielle Roy's Bonheur d'occasion (Julie Rodgers - Trinity College, Dublin)


    Session 3 - Discours amoureux

    (Chair: Professor Max Silverman, Leeds)
    Affaires d'amour: The Gift of Love in Late Godard (Douglas Morrey - University of Warwick)
    Love and 'the Deal' in the Drama of Bernard-Marie Koltès (Julie Summers - University of Birmingham)
    Roland Barthes's Fictional Self in Love (Erwin Postma - University of Kent at Canterbury)

    Session 4 - La femme: Re-defining the Myth

    (Chair: Dr Kamal Salhi, Leeds, tbc)
    Female Exemplarity in the Histoires tragiques and the Heptaméron: the Terms of the Debate (Dr. Pollie Bromilow - University of Cambridge)
    Obsession et frustration: dépasser l'érotique dans Vaste est la prison et La femme sans sépulture d'Assia Djebar (Sophie Timmerman - University of Kent at Canterbury)
    Contemporary French Advertisements: From the Myth of Woman to the Concept of Being (Sophie Bélot - University of Sheffield)
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