Month: August 2014

Benoît Tadié’s and Andrew Pepper’s talks (June 13, 2014)

Here you can find the video recordings of the papers given by Benoît Tadié (Rennes University) and Andrew Pepper (QUB) at the international conference “The Territorialisation of Crime Fiction”, held at Queen’s University Belfast on June 13 and 14, 2014.

Tadié’s “All Roads Lead to Hollywood… And the Pause That Refreshes: Re-routing and Territorializing Hardboiled/Noir fiction in Los Angeles (1930-1950)” (part 1, 2, 3) is followed by “Sovereign Power in an era of Neoliberalism: State Coercion and Parapolitics in David Peace and Eoin McNamee” (part 3,4):

Part 1

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