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									 Thursday 29 October, from 2 PM                            Friday 30 October, 9 AM – 6.30 PM
Registration: 2 – 2.30, Foyer, Maison Française           Session Three: 9 – 11                                  Session Five: 2.30 – 4
Welcome, etc: 2.30 – 2.45, Salon, Maison Française        Quotation, Translation and Refutation                  Forms of Feeling
                                                          Chair: Thierry Belleguic, Université Laval             Chair: Edward Nye (Lincoln College, Oxford)
Session One: 2.45 – 4.45. Poetics: Theory
                                                          1. Jean-Claude Bourdin, Poitiers, ‘Auto-citation       1. Daniel Brewer, University of Minnesota,
and Practice
                                                             dans Le Neveu de Rameau’                               ‘Diderot and the Ethics of Feeling’
Chair: Caroline Warman, University of Oxford
                                                          2. Russell Goulbourne, University of Leeds,            2. Laurence Mall, University of Illinois (Urbana-
(Jesus)
                                                             ‘Translation, Imitation, Appropriation: Diderot        Champaign), ‘“Helvétius, vous souriez”:
 1. Thierry Belleguic, Université Laval, ‘Pensées
                                                             and Horace’                                            Diderot et les visages de la pensée’
    détachées sur une poétique diderotienne du
                                                          3. Flore Villemin, Université Nancy 2, ‘Analyse        3. Angelica Goodden, University of Oxford
    supplément’
                                                             de la réfutation dans Le Rêve de d’Alembert: la        (St Hilda’s), ‘Bouquets for the Blind: the Additions
 2. Andrew H. Clark, Fordham University,
                                                             question de l’autorité de Diderot’                     à la Lettre sur les aveugles’
    ‘Translating Order, Diderot’s Epistemological
    Poetics’                                              4. Alexandre Wenger, Université de Genève,             Tea
 3. Frank Salaün, Université Paul Valéry,                    ‘‘‘C’est Horace, qui est un de nos grands
                                                             médecins, qui l’a dit.” Diderot et le langage       Session Six: 4.30 – 6.30
    Montpellier, ‘Les fragments : ouvrages en germe,                                                             Additions, Attributions and Questions of
    réflexions détachées et additions potentielles’          médical’
                                                                                                                 Authorship
 4. Julie Candler Hayes, University of Massachusetts      Coffee                                                 Chair: Catriona Seth, Université de Nancy
    Amherst, ‘Diderot’s Late Style’                       Session Four: 11.30 – 1                                1. Franck Cabane, Lycée M. Sorre, Cachan,
Tea                                                       Knowledge and Science                                     Paris VII, ‘Les additions aux Pensées
                                                          Chair: Andrew Curran (Wesleyan University,)               philosophiques’
Session Two (in conjunction with Early Modern
                                                          1. Colas Duflo, Université Jules Verne, Amiens, ‘La    2. Anthony        Strugnell,   Emeritus       Reader,
French Research Seminar): 5.15 – 6.45
                                                             dynamique matérielle d’après les Observations sur      University of Hull, ‘Diderot’s unacknowledged
Supplements and Others
                                                             Hemsterhuis’                                           contributions to the Histoire des deux Indes’
Chair: Kate E. Tunstall, University of Oxford
                                                          2. Kate E. Tunstall, University of Oxford              3. Wilda Anderson, Johns Hopkins University,
(Worcester)
                                                             (Worcester and Besterman Centre for the                ‘31 Conjectures, 31 Queries: Diderot confronts
 1. Timo Kaitaro, University of Helsinki, ‘On
                                                             Enlightenment, Voltaire Foundation), ‘The              Newton on the question of natural historical
    the Inconveniences of Supplementing the
    Tahitians’                                               Blind leading the blind leading the blind’             authorship’
 2. Isabelle Moreau, University College, University       3. Marian Hobson, Emeritus Professor, Queen            Conference Dinner: 7.30, Old Dining
    of London, ‘Du Voyage de Bougainville au                 Mary, University of London, ‘Diderot: the           Room, St Edmund Hall
    Supplément de Diderot’                                   characteristic of evolution’
 3. Andrew Curran, Wesleyan University, ‘The              Lunch (Maison Française)
    African in Diderot’
6.45: Drinks and Phoebe Von Held to talk about
adapting Diderot with a presentation of her short
film, Chrysalis (2008), based on Le Rêve de d’Alembert.
8: Dinner. Al Shami, Lebanese Restaurant,
25 Walton Crescent. Oxford
          Saturday 31 October,                          3. Sabine Chaouche, Oxford Brookes University,                       Celebrating Diderot
           9.30 AM – 6.30 PM                               ‘Des observations théoriques aux paradoxes
                                                           de l’écriture: postures et/ou impostures de                             Studies
Session Seven: 9.30 – 11                                   Diderot ?’
Aesthetics                                                                                                                 Oxford, October 29 – 31, 2009
Chair: Kate E. Tunstall, University of Oxford           Tea
(Worcester)                                             Session Ten: 4.30 – 6                                                  ‘Salon’ of the Maison Française,
 1. Tom Baldwin, University of Kent, ‘The Work          Fiction and its Effects                                                     Norham Road, Oxford
    of the Spectre in Diderot’s Salons’                 Chair: Jonathan Mallinson, University of Oxford
 2. Elise Pavy, Université Jean Moulin Lyon III,        (Trinity) and General Editor of SVEC                                       Co-Organisation:
    ‘Les Salons comme suppléments’                      1. John Parkin, Bristol University, ‘Comic Patterns             Kate E. Tunstall, Caroline Warman, Thierry
 3. Nathalie Ferrand, CNRS-Maison Française,                in Le Neveu de Rameau’                                                        Belleguic
    Oxford, ‘Illustrer Diderot: ses romans face au      2. James Fowler, University of Kent, ‘From
    supplément de la gravure’                               Clarissa to Suzanne: On the Richardson effect
Session Eight: 11.30 – 1                                    in Diderot’
Forms of Materialism                                    3. Síofra Pierse, University College, Dublin,                                    Programme
Chair: Marian Hobson, Emeritus Professor, Queen             ‘Diderot’s Jacques le fataliste: travelling through
Mary, University of London                                  treacherous terrain’
1. Catriona Seth, Université de Nancy, ‘Un              Concluding Remarks: 6 – 6.30
   géomètre empêtré dans des toiles d’araignées’:       Alain Viala, University of Oxford (Lady Margaret
   d’Alembert vu par Diderot’                           Hall) and GRIHL (EHESS – Paris III)
2. Caroline Warman, University of Oxford (Jesus),
   ‘Naigeon, éditeur de Diderot physiologiste’
3. Michel Delon, Paris IV, ‘Claude et Néron: un                 With the generous support of
   matérialisme de la note’
                                                           the Besterman Centre for the Enlightenment,
Lunch (Maison Française)                                               Voltaire Foundation
Session Nine: 2.30 – 4                                          the John Fell OUP Research Fund
Positions and Tensions                                            the Maison Française d’Oxford
Chair: Anthony Strugnell (Emeritus Reader,                and the Centre interuniversitaire d’étude sur la
University of Hull)                                      République des Lettres (CIERL, U. Laval, Québec)
1. Nicolas Veysman, Independent scholar, ‘Entre
   erreur populaire et vérité publique: le philosophe
   et l’opinion chez Diderot’
2. Charles Vincent, Paris IV, ‘La morale comme
   supplément essentiel de l’Essai sur les règnes de
   Claude et Néron: complexité et échec d’une ultime
   tentative’

                                                                                                                  Jean Huber, ‘La Sainte Cène du Patriarche’, c. 1772 (Oxford, Voltaire Foundation)

								
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