A19 Seminar

Posted on August 28, 2019


Focusing on the long nineteenth century, A19 studies American literature in relation to history, art history, philosophy, and the sciences. Its members and invited speakers also consider American developments in relation to those in Britain and France.

For more information, including the seminar program, please see: https://a19.hypotheses.org.


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Relateds seminars 

Programme 2021-2022 :

  • Friday 10 December 2021, 2pm-4pm (zoom + OdG358): Michael JONIK (University of Sussex) “A Dictionary of the Indian Languages”: Thoreau’s Ecopoetic Ethnobotany”- respondent: Antoine Traisnel (U. of Michigan)
  • Friday 21 January, 2pm-4pm:   Alice de GALZAIN (University of Edinburgh) “Transcendentalists in Conversation: Margaret Fuller, Sophia Ripley, and ‘Woman'”
  • Friday 18 February, 2pm-4pm: Bruno MONFORT (Université Paris Nanterre/LARCA UMR 8225) « Rétrospection /rétroaction, raconter le monde avec Poe »
  • Friday 18 March, 2pm-4pm (zoom session): Antoine TRAISNEL (University of Michigan) & Thangham RAVINDRANATHAN (Brown University) “In the Doldrums: Plastic and the Sea” (with the Environmental Humanities Research Group)
  • Friday April, 9, 2pm-4pm:  Hélène VALANCE (Université de Franche Comté) :  “Inconséquences historiques : Les visions anachroniques de Susan Fenimore Cooper dans ‘A Dissolving View’”



Prochains rendez-vous :

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