Atelier 16 : Nouvelles littératures

Société d’Études des Pays du Commonwealth (SEPC)

Responsables : Marilyne Brun (Université de Lorraine), Jaine Chemmachery (Université Paris Dauphine PSL)

Jeudi 4 juin

13h30Gema Charmaine GonzalesUniversité Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III/ University of the Philippines DilimanUnderworlds of the post era: Postcoloniality and the Philippine crime fiction genre in Manila Noir (2013)
14hBentolhoda NakaeiUniversité de LorraineRebirth of Jami in England: Postcolonialism and/as Translation
14h30Margarida Pereira MartinsUniversidade Aberta – ULICES (University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies)“If you were from here, you’d know, ennet.” Creolization, community and postcolonial renaissance in Guy Gunaratne’s In Our Mad and Furious City
15h30Semilore SobandeBrown University, USMischievous Becoming: Rebirth, Inversion, and the Postcolonial Caribbean Subject in Jamaica Kincaid’s Lucy
16hPauline Amy de la BrétèqueSorbonne UniversitéCreolisation as Cultural and Poetical Rebirth in “Arrival of the Snake-Woman” by Olive Senior

Vendredi 5 juin

9hLaura SingeotIUT CachanThe genre of the novel in contemporary South Pacific literature: to the limits of a generic Renaissance?
9h30Virginie PfeifferUniversité Jean Moulin – Lyon 3Heterolinguism and orality in Australian Aboriginal children’s literature
10hHemlata Giri-LoussierIrAsia (CNRS), Aix-Marseille UniversitéThe Inception of Dalit Writings: An Act of Violation Against Indian Nationalism?

Samedi 6 juin

9hCédric CourtoisUniversité Paris 1 – Panthéon SorbonneRebirth(s) in Akwaeke Emezi’s Freshwater (2018)
9h30Mathilde RogezUniversité Toulouse 2 – Jean JaurèsShakespearean hypotexts in Ubu and the Truth Commission: when old texts shed new light on contemporary South African theatre
10hLobna Ben SalemUniversity of Manouba, TunisiaSouth African Literature and the “Strange Seductiveness” of the Fantastic
11hCorentin JégouSorbonne UniversitéLoss, Recovery, and Healing Contradictions in Derek Walcott’s Omeros
11h30Kerry Jane WallartUniversité d’OrléansT(r)opicality of the Harlem Renaissance: West Indian Contributions to Locke’s New Negro Anthology
12hSarah CurrieUniversity of Waterloo, CanadaListening to the Ghosts: The Hungry Ghosts and Western Empathic Duty