ESPOL 2012

1)   Introducing lecture: Wednesday, September 19 th from 5 to 7 pm.

*European literature concept by Guy Fontaine (English and French)

*Continuation by Francine Rouby,German and German literature teacher (CPGE, Lycée Faidherbe,Lille): Through the prism of German countries, the birth of a European literature. (English)

2. Polish literature: Wednesday, October,3rd from 1.20 to 3.50 pm.

* Bernadette GORA, English teacher, PhD student in Polish and Polish literature, master in English and English literature: A panorama of the Polish literature of the twentieth century as a crucial actress in the mediations between two cultural models.

* Guy Fontaine: About some Polish literary avatars in the extreme contemporary.

3. The Angel and love in European literature : Thursday, October, 18 th 12.50 to 2.50

* Arthur CHIMKOVITCH, PhD in French and comparative literature, teacher at the Free University of Brussels (Vrij Universiteit Brussel): Angels and earthly love in European literature.

4. The town in European literature: Tuesday October 23 rd from 4.40 to 6.40.

* Martine DECLERCQ, PhD in European literature, Rector of the Katholiek Universteit Brussel: Faces and interfaces of the city in European culture and literature. [ abstract, summary]

5. Graeco-Latin literature: Friday, November, 6th  from 3.40 to 6.40

* Marc BUBERT, classics teacher, responsible for the development on the national level of the plan ECLA : Does the romano-greek spirit constitute an imagined community? [ abstract, French]

* Marie VAN ACKER, PhD in Latin and Latin literature, Gent University: Hagiography and its impact on Medieval European thought [abstract, summary]

6. English literature: Friday, November 30 th, from 4.40 to 7.40 pm.

* Christian GHILLEBAERT, PhD in politic sciences, PRCE in English at the Lille I University: English literature: more than a European literature, merely one literature in English. [abstract , summary]

7. Russian literature: December 5 th from 4 to 6 pm.

* Catherine DALIPAGIC, qualified teacher in Russian, former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, PhD in Slavic and Slavic literature, lecturer in Lille III University: A journey through XIX th and XX th Century Russian Literature.   [abstract]

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