lundi, mars 10, 2008

"James Joyce et l'Italie / James Joyce's Voyage in Italy"

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Photo Claudio Tain

Entre le Symposium international de Tours (16-21 juin)
et l'Université d'été de Trieste (jusqu' au 5 juillet),

A RETENIR ! Vendredi 27, samedi 28, dimanche 29 juin 2008 :

Saint-Gérand-le-Puy Espace Joyce
Colloque international sous la direction scientifique du CARMA (Universités Lyon 2 et Lyon 3) :

"James Joyce et l'Italie / James Joyce's Voyage in Italy"
Accueil de conférenciers et d'étudiants
Conférences plénières : Carla MARENGO-VAGLIO,
Jean-Michel RABATE
Jacqueline RISSET

Concert, Animation de repas, expositions, visites du musée,
balade "sur les pas de Joyce".

Odyssée dans Saint-Gérand pour les collégiens et Lycéens.
Découverte du conte de Joyce :"Le chat et le Diable" à l'occasion de
la sortie de la nouvelle édition Folio benjamin, illustrations Roger

Visites de Vichy (autour de LARBAUD et du Second Empire).

Prochainement mis en ligne le site "Joyce in Saint-Gérand", comportant
les liens avec la centrale de réservation pour l'hébergement


James Joyce et l’Italie / James Joyce’s Voyage in Italy

June 27-29, 2008

The CARMA Research Center of Universités Lumière Lyon 2 and Jean Moulin Lyon 3, in partnership with the city of Saint-Gérand-le-Puy, is pleased to announce the 2008 International James Joyce Conference to be held in Saint-Gérand, France, on June 27-29.

Conference Organizers: Franca Ruggieri, Jacques Aubert, Pascal Bataillard

Keynote Speakers: Carla Marengo-Vaglio, Jean-Michel Rabaté, Jacqueline Risset

Scholars are invited to submit 300-word proposals for a three-day conference on all subjects pertaining to Joyce and Italy.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

● Joyce and the Local(s)
● Joyce and Pola-Pula/Trieste/Rome
● Joyce and the Italian language
● Portrait of Joyce as a young Italian, Giacomo Joyce…
● Joyce and/in translation (from Nino Frank & Co to Gruppo 63, Diacono, and Schenoni…)
● Joyce and Movies, Film Adaptations, Joyce’s interest in films, what can Viaggio in Italia / Voyage in Italy bring to the reader of James Joyce?
● Joyce and Italian writers, artists, and thinkers (the “classics”, Joyce’s contemporaries, the legacy and posterity of Joyce…)
* Joyce and Dante, Bruno, Vico…
* Joyce and Svevo, D’Annunzio, Calvino, Eco…
● Joyce and politics (Italian nationalism, Ferrero…)
● Joyce’s literary connections, such as Valéry Larbaud and Samuel Beckett, known for their interest in Italian culture (Larbaud, a native of nearby Vichy, is also of special relevance to the conference as the “supervisor” of Morel’s translation of Ulysses; as for Beckett, he left long-lasting impressions in Saint-Gérand).

Presentations should be between 25 and 30 minutes so as to leave time for discussion.
A selection of papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Please send 300-word proposals, along with a brief 100-word bio, to: by April 5, 2008.
Notification will be sent by April 20, 2008.

Schedule of events:
● Friday and Saturday: Keynote addresses and papers.
● Saturday night: Banquet with live music.
● Sunday morning: visit/guided tour of the area.

Registration fees before May 12, 2008:
Regular rate: 70 euros (includes coffee breaks, Friday and Saturday lunches, and reception at the Valéry Larbaud Center)
Graduate students: 50 euros
Additional fee for Saturday night banquet: 30 euros

Registration fees after May 12, 2008:
Regular rate: 90 euros (includes breakfasts, afternoon breaks, lunches, and reception)
Graduate students: 70 euros
Additional fee for Saturday night banquet: 30 euros.

Good value accommodation available in and around Saint-Gérand in small hotels and ‘Chambres d’hôtes’ (Guest Houses/B&B’s): 60 euros in average. Bus shuttle available to participants staying in Vichy.