San-Antonio in Belfast

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Welcome to Belfast to all our delegates and participants in the San-Antonio International Conference.

 

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

FRIDAY 15TH MAY 2015

9:15 am Northern Ireland War Memorial 21 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD (www.niwarmemorial.org) 028 9032 0392 Arrival, Registration and Coffee

Welcome by Ciaran Elizabeth Doran, Curator Manager, NIWM and Claire Moran, Head of French Studies, QUB

Introduction – Dominique Jeannerod & Federico Pagello, ICRH, QUB

10:00 – 11:00   SESSION 1      Northern Ireland War Memorial,

Keynote address : Thierry Gautier (INRIA : General Editor of Le Monde de San-Antonio) : « Les pays imaginaires de San-Antonio»

11:00 – 11:15   TEA/COFFEE

11:15 – 12:45  Panel 1: San-Antonio and the Legacy of World War II in French Popular Culture

Chair: Loïc Artiaga

  1. Margaret Atack (University of Leeds), “Writing the nation as inter-nation: the Occupation novels 1946-1951”
  2. Peter Tame (QUB) ‘Images of the enemy in the novel ‘Le Sang est plus épais que l’eau’ and the play ‘Les Six hommes en question’»”
  3. Manuel Bragança (QUB) « San-Antonio, Hitler et ses doubles »

13:00 – 14:00  LUNCH – The Dirty Onion, Traditional Public House, 3 Hill Street (028 9024 3712)

14:30 – 16:00   SESSION 2      Public Record Office Northern Ireland, 2 Titanic Boulevard, Titanic Quarter

(028 9053 4800)

Panel 2: San-Antonio and the imagination of the others Chair :Thierry Gautier

1)         Françoise Rullier (Université de la Sorbonne, Abu Dhabi) « San-Antonio et l’étranger »

2)         Serge Amoré & Maxime Gillio (Amis de San-Antonio) « San-Antonio & les boches »

3)         Stéphanie Fonvielle (Aix-Marseille University), « Pensées sur les gens de chez nous et d’ailleurs : San -Antonio moraliste?”

16:00 – 16:15   TEA/COFFEE

16:15 – 17:45  Panel 3 « Français, mais international »: France & the rest of the world in San-Antonio

Chair : Natacha Levet

1)         Dominique Jeannerod (QUB) “Notes préalables à une étude de la franchouillardise chez San-Antonio”

2)         Jean-Philippe Gury (Université de Bretagne occidentale) : « Béru : un exotisme breton ?»

3)         Loïc Artiaga (Université de Limoges), « Un roman national. L’Histoire de France vue par San- Antonio »

Visit of the Titanic Quarters and stroll to the Restaurant

19:30   DINNER – 21 Social, 1 Hill Street, (028 9024 1415)

SATURDAY 16TH MAY 2015 

9:30 – 11:00    SESSION 3       Queen’s University, Belfast, Lanyon Building, Old Staff Common Room

Panel 4: Sexy Foodies: San-Antonio and the international construction of Frenchness

Chair: Stéphanie Fonvielle

1)         Hugues Galli (Université de Dijon) & Gérard Reymond (Amis de San-Antonio) « San-Antonio sur un plateau : opéra-bouffe pour Bérurier »

2)         Louis Bousquet (University of Hawaii in Manoa) « Ainsi Parlait Kamasutra : Le discours amoureux international chez San-Antonio »

11:00 – 11:30   TEA/COFFEE

11:30 – 13:00  Panel 5: (The anxiety of) American and English Influences

Chair: Jean-Philippe Gury

1)         Benoit Tadié (Université de Rennes) « Fils de (James M.) Cain : Frédéric Dard et la névrose du polar américain »

2)         Dominique Lagorgette (Université de Savoie) « San-Antonio à l’anglaise»

3)         Daniel Magennis (QUB) “Come for the Troubles, stay for the thrills…San-Antonio and S.A.S in Ireland”

13:00 – 14:00  LUNCH – Café Krem

14:00 – 15:30  SESSION 4       Queen’s University, Belfast, Lanyon Building, Old Staff Common Room Panel 6: International Reception and Translation

Chair: Dominique Lagorgette

1)         Andrea Hynynen (University Turku) « Frédéric Dard in Finland »

2)         Markus Schleich (Saarland University) “The Man Who Wasn’t There –“Krimiland” Germany and the Disappearance of Frédéric Dard”.

3)        Dominique Jeannerod & Federico Pagello (ICRH, QUB) : « Repères et cartographies des voyages fictionnels de San-Antonio”

15.30 – 16.00             TEA/COFFEE

19.30 – 20:30   ‘Wine & Nibbles’ Reception, Hosted by Professor John Thompson, Director of the Institute of Collaborative Research in the Humanities at Queen’s University

(ICRH, 18, University Square, Common Room)

21.00   DINNER: The Barking Dog Restaurant, 33-35 Malone Road, 028 9066 1885

For more information:

https://internationalcrimefiction.org/2015/03/13/san-antonio-international-conference-programme/

Contact: d.jeannerod@qub.ac.uk

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