Ogée Frédéric

Posted on August 29, 2019

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Research themes

  • British art
  • Long 18th century (1660-1851)
  • Literature
  • Gardens and landscapes
  • History of ideas

Current Project

I am currently writing a series of 4 large monographs in French on 18th– and 19th-century British artists; Thomas Lawrence / J.M.W.Turner / Thomas Gainsborough / William Hogarth, for the Paris publishers Cohen & Cohen. The first volume was published in December 2022. The other three will follow between 2024 and 2026

 

Research Supervision

  • 14 doctoral supervisions between 1996 and now
  • Numerous Master’s dissertations
  • British art / Long 18th century / Literature / Gardens and landscapes / History of ideas

Education and Academic Positions

  • Professor of British Literature and Art History, English Dept. Université Paris Cité (1996-now)
  • Lecturer at SciencesPo Paris, 12-week courses on British art, Fall Term 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017.
  • Associate Professor, English Dept. Université Paris X Nanterre (1984-1995)
  • PhD in English Literature (December 1984), Doctoral Supervisor: Professor Claude Bruneteau, Université de Paris X – Nanterre.
  • Topic : Henry Fielding et l’esthétique : contribution à l’analyse des trois romans de Henry Fielding à la lumière de l’Analyse de la Beauté de William Hogarth.
  • Highest Distinction (Très bien à l’unanimité du jury).
  • Agrégation d’Anglais (National Exam) – English Literature Major
  • French Lector and Teaching Instructor, University of Cambridge (UK), Gonville & Caius College (1978-80)
  • Ecole Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud (1977-1982)

 

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Elected member of the Conseil scientifique, Université Paris Diderot, 2002-06
  • Vice President for International Relations, 2006-2018
  • Member of the City of Paris Research Council (Conseil scientifique de la Ville de Paris), 2014-2019 / 2019-now
  • Member of Editorial Board of «18th-Century Worlds publication series », Liverpool University Press, since 2011.
  • Member of Tate Britain Advisory Council, Tate Britain Museum, London, 2014-2017.

Selected Publications: 2017-2022

Books and collections of essays

  • Thomas Lawrence, le génie du portrait anglais, Paris, Cohen & Cohen, 2022.
  • Jardins et Civilisations, in collaboration with Aurélie Godet, Collection “Jardins et sociétés” Valenciennes, Presses Universitaires de Valenciennes, 2018.
  • Sensing the World- Taste and the senses in the Eighteenth Century (II), Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2017.
  • Forthcoming:
  • J.M.W.Turner, Paris, Cohen & Cohen, Autumn 2023.
  • Thomas Gainsborough, Paris, Cohen & Cohen, 2024.
  • William Hogarth, Paris, Cohen & Cohen, 2025

 

Articles; book chapters:

  • “Nature and Imagination: the posterity of Joseph Addison’s ‘Pleasures’ in British Enlightenment culture”, in Joseph Addison, a volume of tercentenary essays, Paul Davis, ed. Oxford University Press, 2022.
  • “Turner, English landscape and the Anthropo(s)cenic”, in British Art and the Environment, Charlotte Gould and Sophie Mesplède eds., London & New York, Routledge, 2021.
  • “The Pleasure of Progress: Hogarth and the Pictorial Sequence” in Hogarth: Places and Progress, David Bindman, ed. London, Sir John Soane’s Museum, 2019.
  • Pourquoi l’art anglais est-il anglais?, Preface to the first French translation of Nikolaus Pevsner’s The Englishness of English Art, Paris, Klincksieck, 2019.
  • “Hogarth’s Bellies”, in Entrails and Digestion in the Eighteenth Century, Sylvie Kleiman-Lafon and Sophie Vasset eds., Manchester University Press, 2018.
  • “Joseph Addison, Le Spectateur n°414 (1712)”, in Mickael Jacob, ed., Des jardins & des livres, exhibition catalogue, Geneva, Fondation Bodmer/MetisPresses, 2018. Prix littéraire René Pechère 2018.

 

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