28 novembre 2013

Colloque "Eastern Resonances" : programme complet

Colloque international "Eastern Resonances 2. India and the Far East"
5-7 décembre 2013 à l'Université Paris Diderot et à la Fondation
Deutsch de la Meurthe

Organisation: LARCA (EA 4214, Université Paris Diderot) et IRCL (UMR 5186, Université de Montpellier 3), avec le soutien de la Mairie de Paris et de la Fondation Deutsch (Cité universitaire)
Organisateurs: Jean-Marie Fournier (LARCA, Paris Diderot), Claire Gallien (IRCL, Montpellier 3), Ladan Niayesh (Larca, Paris Diderot)

Programme :
5 December 2013: Amphi Turing, bâtiment Sophie Germain, Université Paris Diderot

9.00-9.15: Welcome address by François Brunet (LARCA, University of Paris Diderot)

Session 1. Origins
Chair: Ladan Niayesh (LARCA, University of Paris Diderot)

9.15-10.15: Keynote Speaker: Jyotsna Singh (Michigan State University): “Biographical Boundary Crossings: Discoveries of ‘Hindustan’ in the Baburnama and Humayunnama in the Sixteenth Century”
10.15-10.45: coffee break
10.45-11.15: Supriya Chaudhuri (Jadavpur University, Kolkata): “‘Not fit for any other pursuit’: Shifting Places, Shifting Identities in Early Travellers to India”
11.15-11.45: Nandini Das (University of Liverpool): “Goa, 1583”
12.15-2.00: lunch

Session 2. Linguistic Journeys
Chair: Frédéric Ogée (LARCA, University of Paris Diderot)

2.00-2.30: Olivera Jokic (John Jay College, City University of New York): “The Traffic of Literature between Britain and India”
2.30-3.00: Philippe Benoît (INALCO, Paris): “The Calcutta Government Sanskrit College”
3.30-4.00: coffee break
4.00-4.30: Fabrizio Speziale (University of Paris 3 – CNRS): “Colonial Readers of Indo-Persian Scientific Texts: 1770-1830”
End: 4.45

6 December 2013: Amphi Turing, bâtiment Sophie Germain, Université Paris Diderot

Session 3. Individual Journeys
Chair: Robert Mankin (LARCA, University of Paris Diderot)

9.00-10.00: Keynote Speaker: Michael Franklin (University of Swansea): “‘Endued with a natural disposition to resonance and sympathy’: Sir William Jones and the Cultural Translation of India”
10.00-10.30: coffee break
Chair: Jean-Marie Fournier (LARCA, University of Paris Diderot)
10.30-11.00: Tatjana Silec et Alessandra Stazzone (Université de Paris 4): “Le Voyage en Inde, ou comment se forger une réputation professionnelle: du Voyage dans les Indes orientales du bijoutier vénitien Gasparo Balbi (1590) au Voyage de Ralph Fitch dans les Indes (1591)"
11.00-11.30: Nick Myers (University of Montpellier 3): "An Englishman at the Court of Jahangir: Sir Thomas Roe's Embassy to India (1615-1619)"
12.00-2.00: lunch

Session 4. Conceptual Journeys
Chair: Guillaume Bridet (University of Dijon)

2.00-2.30: Arthur Dudney (Oxford University): “Calcutta Orientalists and the Conceptual Problem of China, 1785-1825”
2.30-3.00: Milinda Banerjee (Presidency University, Kolkata): “Resonances of Kingship in Crisis. Transcultural Ideas about Government in Bengal, Britain and France in the 18th century”
3.30-4.00: coffee

7.30: Conference dinner in town

7 December 2013: Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe, Cité Universitaire

Session 5. Material Journeys
Chair: Claire Gallien (IRCL, University of Montpellier 3)

9.00-9.30: Anne Julie Etter (University of Paris Diderot): “De l’Inde à la Grande Bretagne: les recherches sur les antiquités indiennes à la fin du XVIIIe siècle”
9.30-10-00: Vanessa Alayrac (University of Lille 3): “Du taoïsme au sensualisme: variations sur un thème chinois dans l’esthétique du jardin anglo-chinois en Angleterre au XVIIIème siècle”
10.30-11.00: coffee break
11.00-11.30: Alexandra Kim (Kensington Palace Collection): “The Curse of the Nabob: Considering Indian Influences on Fashion in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries”
11.30-12.00: Willam Hawley (Santa Barbara): “Resonances of Adidiction: Far Eastern Drugs as Commodities”
12.30-2.00: lunch

Session 6. Literary Journeys
Chair: Claire Joubert (University of Paris 8)

2.00-2.30: Audrey Truschke (Stanford University): "The Colonial Afterlife of Mughal Persian Translations of the Sanskrit Epics"
2.30-3.00: Madhu Benoit (University of Grenoble 3): “The Historical and Cultural Resonances of the Work of Sir William Jones”
3.30-4.00: coffee break
4.00-4.30: Diego Saglia (University of Parma): “'A Mart for Everything': Packaging and Distributing India in Letitia Landon's Drawing-Room Scrap Book”

Discussion and conclusions

End: 5.00

Pour plus d'informations, merci de consulter le site du colloque
ou contacter les organisateurs.

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