Feminist Woolf: New Perspectives on Woolf’s Resistance to Feminism"

le 23 septembre 2017

ą Aix-en-Provence, Maison de la Recherche, 29 avenue Schuman, Salle colloque 1

 

 

Accueil par Sophie Vallas (directrice adjointe du LERMA) et Claire Davison / Nicolas Pierre Boileau

 

10h-11h15: Myriam Thirriard (AMU) “Orlando: On Being Written into a Woman”

Valérie Favre (Lyon 2), “A Room of One’s Own’s Resistance to Feminist Interpretations”

11h15-11h30: Pause

11h30-12h30: 

Derek Ryan (University of Kent), 'Women, Animals and Biography; or Woolf's Resistance to "monstrous egotism"'


12h-30-13h30 Déjeuner

13h30-14h30: Jane Goldman (University of Glasgow)


14h30-15h45: CristinaCarluccio (Salento, Italy) “Femininity and Anonymity in “Street Haunting”: The Sympathetic Detour of an Irresponsible Desire.”

Virginie Podvin (UBO) “Le féminisme de Virginia Woolf en question, entre critique du modŹle patriarcal et neutralité de l’écriture”

 

15h45-16h: Pause 

 

16h-16h30: Nicolas Pierre Boileau (AMU):

“Reflections on Singularity, Subjectivity and the Possibility of Collective Action in Woolf’s Writings”

 

 16h30-17h45: ‘`Thinking back through our mothers? - Woolf and Feminism from Women’s Studies to Post-Feminism and Gender Trouble’

 

Round table chaired by Randi De Guilhem (Directrice de Recherche, AMU, TELEMME) with Nicole Ward Jouve, Jane Goldman, Derek Ryan and Claire Davison