LINGUIST List 8.1195

Tue Aug 19 1997

Confs: Lit. and Arts in Francophone Belgium

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Message 1: Conf: Literature and arts in Francophone Belgium

Date: Mon, 18 Aug 1997 07:12:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: Bvdeecken <Bvdeeckenaol.com>
Subject: Conf: Literature and arts in Francophone Belgium

Conference on Literature and Arts in Francophone Belgium

Dear Linguists,

Here is the final programme of our two-day conference on Jean Muno,
Literature and Arts in Francophone Belgium which will take place on
26th and 27th September 1997 at the University of Edinburgh (French
Department).

For more information, please contact:
Ms Barbara Van der Eecken
e-mail: Bvdeeckenaol.com

or Ms Joanne Naysmith
e-mail: Joanne.Naysmithed.ac.uk

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Vendredi : Journee d'etude Jean Muno

9:00	Inscription

9:30	Ouverture

9:45	Presentation bibliographique de Jean Muno 
	Barbara Van der Eecken (University of Edinburgh)
	
10:00	Entretien avec Jean Muno
	Video

10:30	Entretien avec Jacqueline Burniaux (veuve de Jean Muno)
	Barbara Van der Eecken (University of Edinburgh)

11:00	Cafe

11:30	 Jean Muno, ecrivain "secondaire"?

	Jacques De Decker (critique, ecrivain, membre de "L'Academie
 Royale de Langue et de Litterature Francaises", Belgique)

12:15	Jean Muno: une approche strategique de son oeuvre 
	Barbara Van der Eecken (University of Edinburgh)
		
13:00	Pause-dejeuner

14:00	Le sourire de mon pere
	Jean-Marc Burniaux (fils de Jean Muno, economiste a l'OCDE)

14:45	"Jean Muno: 'Ceci n'est pas de la litterature fantastique'"
	
 Jacques Carion (Universite Catholique de Louvain, directeur de
	collections litteraires, essayiste)

15:30	Cafe 	
	
16:00-1700	Tribune libre sur Jean Muno

18:00	Reception

19:00	Diner (facultatif)

 Samedi: Journee d'etude sur la litterature et les arts en Belgique

10:00	Arthur Masson ou les voix de la Wallonie
	Emmanuelle Labeau (University of Aston)
	
11:00	Cafe

11:30	E.L.T. Mesens and the Dada spirit
	Silvano Levy (University of Keele)

12:30	Pause-dejeuner

14:00	Une piece symboliste peu connue: "Le Voile" de Georges 
	Rodenbach Richard Bales (Queen's University of Belfast)
	
15:00	Litterature et (post-) colonialisme en Belgique francophone
	Pierre-Philippe Fraiture (De Montford University)

16:00	Cafe

16:30-17:30	La fete de la communaute francaise de Belgique: 
		Les Centres de Recherches Francophones Belges: 
		l'avenir ensemble

17:30 Cloture
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