Seminars

2019-2020, upcoming sessions

3 February 2020, presentations by PhD students Nicolas Garnier et Ali Hatapci. Joint session with the research groups Histoire du Politique and Visages de la Presee Périodique.

26 March 2020 [séminaire franco-britannique],  Dr Ben Griffin (University Lecturer in Modern British History at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Girton College), “The gender order and the judicial imagination: masculinity, liberalism and governmentality in modern Britain

2019-2020 past sessions

13 November 2019, 17.15, ODG, 347: Dr. Carmel Christy (University of Delhi), “Shared ‘womanhood’, exclusive caste privilege: Caste question as transformative.” This will be a joint session with the seminar “Empires, Souths, Sexualities.” Respondent: Sandeep Bakshi (LARCA).

18 November 2019, Laura Mulvey, (Birkbeck College, University of London) “Space, time and motherhood in some films made by women.”  This will be a joint session with the research groups Imaginaires Contemporains and Histoire du Politique. Respondent: Martine Beugnet (Université Paris Diderot).

28 November 2019 [séminaire franco-britannique], Dr. Jackie Uí Chionna (National University of Ireland, Galway), “Family Networks in the Revolutionary Generation: The Ryans of Tomcoole, A Case Study.”

2 December 2019, Luise von Flotow et Nesrine Bessaïh (Université d’Ottawa), “Traduction et Féminisme / Feminism and Translation.” Table ronde autour de la traduction française de quatre chapitre de Our Bodies, Ourselves (1971) : Corps Accords. Guide de Sexualité Positive (Les éditions du remue ménage, 2019) avec des membres des UFR d’Etudes Anglophones, de Linguistique, et d’Etudes Psychanalitique. La séance sera commune avec le groupe Frontières du Littéraire.

9 December 2019, Ariane Mak (Université de Paris) – “Enquêter en temps de guerre. De la crainte de l’espion à la controverse ‘Cooper’s Snoopers’.” Séance commune avec Histoire du Politique.

2018-2019, past sessions

#session4, Monday 19 November 2018, Krista Cowman (Lincoln University, UK), “‘The Battle of the Parlour: views of working-class living space in inter-war Britain” (joint session with the research group Histoire du Politique). Respondent: Clarisse Berthezène (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details

#session5, Tuesday 18 December 2018, Laurence Gervais (Université Paris Nanterre) will discuss her forthcoming publicationLe Sexe de la ville, Construction du territoire urbain états-unien dans une perspective de genre, construction du genre par le territoire(éditions Demopolis). Respondent: Marylene Lieber Gabbiani (University of Geneva). Click here for further details

#session6, Monday 11 February 2019, Rémy Bethmont (Université Paris VIII), “Le mariage des couples de même sexe et le christianisme queer dans le monde anglican.” Respondent: Mathieu Duplay (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details.

#session7, Monday 18 March 2019, Martin Winckler. Respondent: Ariane Hudelet (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details.

#jointsession, 25 March, Jennifer Klein (Yale University, Visiting Professor at the LARCA), Laura Lee Downs (Chair of gender history, IUE), Pat Thane (King’s College, London) and Capri Cafaro (former Democrat Senator in Ohio, Visiting Professor at LSE) “Women, Work, and Welfare: A history of Gender and Precarious Labour Markets in Britain and the US.” This will be a joint session with “Histoire du Politique”, another research group at the Université Paris Diderot).

#session8, 8 April, Laura Mulvey (Birkbeck College, University of London), “Space, time and motherhood in some films made by women.” Respondent: Martine Beugnet (Université Paris Diderot). This session was pushed back to 18 November 2019.

#session9, Monday 6 May 2019 (17h-19h): Sandeep Bakshi (Université Paris Diderot), “Decolonial interrogations of the queer canon”. Respondent Ladan Niayesh (Université Paris Diderot). Click here for further details.