Colloque "Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon : Two Generations Later"

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Jeudi, 24. septembre 2020 - 9:00 - Vendredi, 25. septembre 2020 - 18:00
Salle des Colloques 1 à l’Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 - Site Saint-Charles -

Le colloque "Ton Morrison's Song of Solomon : Two Generations Later" était initialement prévu du 19 au 21 mars 2020.
En raison du contexte national et international du printemps 2020, il a été reporté aux 24 et 25 septembre 2020.
Il se tiendra sur le campus de la Recherche "Saint-Charles" (rue du Pr. Henri Serre à Montpellier), salle des colloques n°1.
 

programme_colloque_morrison_24-250920.pdf

abstracts_colloque_morrison_24-250920.pdf

Dans le cadre du protocole sanitaire mis en place par l’université, il est obligatoire de s'inscrire auprès des responsables de ce colloque, Mme Raynaud (claudine.raynaud@univ-montp3.fr) et/ou Mme Michlin (monica.michlin@univ-montp3.fr) pour assister à ce colloque.
Merci de votre compréhension.

 

Articles :

“’Down down down into the rock and soil: an Ecocritical Reading of Song of Solomon”, Yves-Charles Grandjeat, Université Bordeaux Montaigne

“Grounded Africans: Triumphs of Flight and Failures of Imagination in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon”, Trudier Harris, The University of Alabama

“Pilate, the Shakespearean Character Shakespeare did not Create”, Annie-Paule Mielle de Prinsac, Université de Bourgogne

“Extending Intersectional Analysis to the Singly Subordinated Black Man in Song of Solomon”, Françoise Clary, Université de Rouen

"The Travails of the Negative in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon (1977)", Michel Feith, CRINI, Nantes University

"Song of Solomon: The Errantry of the “Tout-Monde”, Josette Spartacus, Lycée Malherbe, Caen

"“These things are real”: Allegory as Poetics of Wisdom in Song of Solomon", Claude Le Fustec, Rennes 2 University

"“Solomon’s Leap”: Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon", Leila Kamali, University of Liverpool

"“Brother Man”: Black Masculinities in Song of Solomon", Keith Byerman, University of Indiana, Haute Terre

"Dislocating the Reader: Temporal Discontinuity in Toni Morrison’s Novels", Jean Wyatt, Occidental College, Los Angeles

"Violence and Salvation in Morrison’s Song of Solomon", Ashraf H. A. Rushdy, Welseyan University

“An Ode to African American Folklore: Tales, Voices and their Variations in Song of Solomon”, Carline Encarnacion, Université de Toulouse Jean-Jaurès

"Like the Sibyl, again. Scattering the sign, framing the visual. The “flight” motif and the invention of ‘“beyond” the language’ in Song of Solomon", Paola Boi, University of Cagliari, Italy

"Looking Inside the Invisible: The Importance of Naming in the work of Toni Morrison and Lubaina Himid", Alan Rice, Institute for Black Atlantic Research, UCLAN Preston
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"Song of Solomon: Goodness, Altruism and the Literary Imagination", Emmanuelle Andres, La Rochelle Université