Events: fall 2011

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MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES, AT UBC AND IN THE VANCOUVER AREA, SEPTEMBER—DECEMBER 2011.

Giuseppe Arcimboldo: Autumn (1573), Musée du Louvre.


SEPTEMBER

Friday 9 September 3.00-4.00 p.m.
Buchanan Tower 799, FHIS lounge
First Early Romance Studies meeting of the new academic year. The information and minutes are here.

Saturday 10 September 1.30-3.00 p.m.
SFU Vancouver, Harbour Centre Room 1900
Lecture: Niall Christie: The Crusades: What are they and why are they still relevant?

Friday 30 September – Saturday 1 October 2011
The Labyrinths: Fourth bi-annual graduate conference of the Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies, UBC
—FHIS, UBC. Includes papers on earlier Spanish and French topics

Francesco del Cossa: Autumn / Polyhymnia (1455-60), Gemäldegalerie Berlin.

OCTOBER

Mon. 3 October 2011
Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Study, UBC
“From Scroll to Screen”: UBC symposium on translation

Thurs. 6 October 2011
Margherita Romengo
talk: “Repenser les rapports entre théorie littéraire et philologie : un enjeu épistémologique, méthodologique, éthique de la recherche littéraire”

Thurs. 20 October 2011
Marilyse Turgeon-Solis
talk: “Philosophie et anti-philosophie au XVIIIe siècle. Le cas du pamphlet ‘Le fanatisme des philosophes’ par Simon-Nicolas-Henri Linguet”

27-30 October 2011
Nancy Frelick: “Consuming Mirrors in Le Miroir des melancholiques” (session 24–also chairing session 77)
Margherita Romengo: ” L’Heptaméron de Marguerite de Navarre : pour une poétique de l’oeuvre ouverte ?” (session 43)
Sixteenth-Century Society and Conference (SCSC), Fort Worth, TX, USA

NOVEMBER

Thurs. 3 November 2011
Chantal Phan
talk: “Translating Annihilation: Observations on the Medieval French, Italian and English Versions of Marguerite Porete’s ‘Mirouer des simples ames anienties’ (early 14th c.)”

Thurs. 17 November 2011
Rene Bautista
talk: ““San Juan de la Cruz: the homoerotic transgression”


Nicolas Poussin: Autumn (c. 1660-64), Musée du Louvre.


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