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journée d’étude | one-day conference

Uncovering Interactions between Visual and Verbal Media

Date(s):

Thursday, March 30, 2017 Thursday, March 30, 2017

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You are cordially invited to

 

journée d’étude | one-day conference

Uncovering Interactions between Visual and Verbal Media

9:30 am-5:30pm Thursday March 30th, 2017 | Northrop Frye Centre

Room 102, Old Vic, 91 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON

 

Keynote Speaker:

Liliane Louvel

Université de Poitiers

 

“The Sensualist, an Extra-ordinary Reading  Experience: a Book and a Montage”

9:30 am Thursday March 30that Northrop Frye Centre

Room 102, Old Vic  91 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON

 

Professor Louvel is a renowned international scholar in word/image studies and contemporary British Literature. She is presently the President of the European Society for the Study of English. She has published numerous books on this subject: L’Oeil du texte (1998), The Picture of Dorian Gray (2002), Texte/Image, images à lire et textes à voir (2002), Le Tiers pictural (2010), The Poetics of the Iconotext (2011) and her latest book The Pictorial Third (translation by Angeliki Tseti) is forthcoming in 2018.

 

 

This event is organized by Professor Julie LeBlanc, Centre for Comparative Literature/Department of French, University of Toronto. It is organized within the framework of “Words and Images: a Cultural and Interdisciplinary Enquiry” which is dedicated to the study of narrativity and iconicity.

 

This conference is generously supported by Victoria University, the Northrop Frye Centre, the Centre for Comparative Literature, the Department of French, the Centre for the Study of France and the Francophone World, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

 

Location:

Northrop Frye Centre
Room 102, Old Vic 91 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON

Hours:

9:30 am

 

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