Equinoxes 1997:
Le plaisir de (re)présenter / Captivating Texts


all events
- unless otherwise noted -
will take place in the Music Room of Rochambeau House, 84 Prospect St.

Saturday 26 April 1997:

8:30 - 9:00 Coffee


9:00 - 10:30 Atelier

1. Jeanne Pailler, "Le théâtre du quotidien"

2. Tom Armbrecht, "The Intersection of Gender and Genre"

3. Christine Gaspar, "Maryse Conde's Writing in the Margins"

4. Ran-E Hong, "Instruire et plaire: les Contes de Charles Perrault"


10:30 - 11:00 Break


11:00 - 12:30 Formal presentations

1. Seth Whidden, "Rimbaud's Captivating Mouth"

2. Daphnée Rentfrow, "Of Palimpsests and Jeremiads: Graffigny's Lettres d'une Péruvienne as Captivity Narrative"

3. Lisa Walters, "Y a-t-il une esthétique postmoderne? R&eacuteflexions sur La Belle Captive"


12:30 - 1:00 Keynote address

Professor Nathalie Rogers (Wellesley College), "Argent, adultère ou crème à la vanille: écrire le scandale dans Madame Bovary"


1:00 Luncheon

Note: The 1997 Colloquium features presentations from students affiliated with Brown University.

This space generously provided by Brown University's
Department of French Studies.