Conférence – « Transnational and Transmedial circulation of literature »


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The Transnational and Transmedial Circulation of Literature


Conference Programme




January 22, 2018. EHESS, 105 Bd Raspail. 75006 Paris. Amphitheater François Furet.



17:00 Introduction : Gisèle Sapiro and Tristan Leperlier



17:10-17:40 – David Damrosch (Harvard), “Vérité cinématique: Reality effects in transnational and global literature and film”. Chair : Jean-Marie Schaeffer

17:40-19:00 – Round-table : Elleke Boehmer, Stefano-Maria Evangelista, Laura Marcus, Tiphaine Samoyault. Moderators : Gisèle Sapiro and Jean-Marie Schaeffer


Dinner at Le Charivari, 143 Boulevard Raspail.

January 23, 2018. Institute of Advanced Studies of Paris, 17 Quai d’Anjou, 75004 Paris


Morning session

The circulation of literature in (post)colonial and/or authoritarian contexts.

Chair and discussant : Elleke Boehmer (Oxford)




Claire Ducournau (Univ. Montpellier), “African literary festivals and world literature: from the map to the territory”


Madeline Bedecarré (EHESS), “Fake Internationality? Prizes and the Circulation of Francophone African Authors”


Laura Pennacchietti (University of Manchester), “Postcolonial writers in the global literary marketplace: the case of Italy”


Coffee break






Laetitia Zecchini (CNRS), “What Filters through the Curtain»: Reconsidering ‘Indian’ modernism, travelling literatures, and little magazines in a Cold War context”


Analia Gerbaudo (UNL), “The import of theories in the field of literary studies (Argentina, 1976-1986): between clandestine and institutional practices”. 


Sadia Agsous (EHESS), “Palestinian Translators of Hebrew Literature: Translation as a Social Practice and a vehicle for cultural exchange”.



Lunch at L’Orangerie, 28 rue Saint-Louis en L’ile.

Afternoon session

Translatio: from text to images.

Chair and discussant: Laura Marcus (Oxford)




Delia Ungureanu (University of Bucarest), “The Surreal Real: Proust, Woolf, and World Cinema”.


Clara Royer (CEFRES, Prague), “Novels are written to God, scripts are sent to a director…” Imre Kertész as the scriptwriter of Fatelessness”.


Alexis Brown (Oxford): “Constructing National Film through Literature: Contemporary British Adaptation”.


Coffee break




Dominic Davies (Oxford), “Comic, City, Archive: Public Space, Private Lives and Post-War Reconstruction in Recent Lebanese Graphic Memoirs”.


Diana Roig (Open University of Catalonia), “Transnational Translation Policies in the Interwar Period (1925-1946): The International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation and Its Agents.”


Lilas Bass, Delia Arribas Guijarro, Tristan Leperlier, Gisèle Sapiro (EHESS), “Literary agents as cardinal intermediaries of World Literature”.



17:15-17:45 : Discussion introduced by Vered Shemtov (Stanford), and concluding remarks by Stefano-Maria-Evangelista and Gisèle Sapiro.

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