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Appel: “Literary and Visual Sketches”

“Tracing Types: Comparative Analyses of Literary and Visual Sketches (1830-1860)” (Université de Gand)

Colloque les 3 et 4 juin 2016, réponses attendues pour le 1er octobre

panoramique“Lecture des ordonnances dans Le Moniteur, au jardin du Palais-Royal, le 26 juillet 1830”, Hippolyte Bellangé, Paris, 1831.

In the wake of the pioneering work of Nathalie Preiss and Martina Lauster, a new wave of scholarship has emerged in recent years, which examines nineteenth-century sketches (sometimes referred to as ‘panoramic literature’) from a transnational perspective.

Two recent examples of this interest are the special issue of Interférences littéraires, “Croqués par eux-mêmes. La société à l’épreuve du panoramique” (2012), directed by Nathalie Preiss and Valérie Stiénon, and the recent NYU conference “Dissecting Society: Periodical Literature and Social Observation (1830-1850)” (March 2015), organized by Christiane Schwab and Ana Peñas Ruiz.

The present call for papers seeks to continue this comparative reflection
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