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Publié le 24 mars 2014 Mis à jour le 26 novembre 2018

Ce colloque international D.H.LAWRENCE CONFERENCE " Time and Temporalities " est organisé par le Centre de recherches anglophones (CREA EA 370) de l'Université Paris Nanterre en collaboration avec le Centre de recherche Textes et Cultures de l'Université d’Artois.


du 3 avril 2014 au 5 avril 2014

Bâtiment V (Ida Maier)
Plusieurs salles au V (cf programme)

Plan d'accès
THURSDAY 3 APRIL ( Building V. Room 216. Second floor)

Welcome and registration


9.45 – 10.10
Nicola Ceramella (University of Trento, Italy)
‘Piano’: Swinging Between Present and Past

10.10 -10.35
Joyjit  Ghosh (Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India)
The Last Poems of D.H. Lawrence: Poetry of the Eternal present.
Coffee break
11.05 -11.30 Beatrice Monaco (Open University, UK)
'Lapses and Lines: 'sick' time in Lawrence's England My England
11.30 -11.55
Natalya Reinhold (Russian State University of the Humanities, Moscow, Russia)
The Concept of Time in Lawrence’s Short Stories of the 1910s
Elise Brault-Dreux (Université de Valenciennes)
Modernity and Boredom: Overestimating Time.

2.55 – 3.20 Howard J. Booth (University of Manchester, UK)
Lawrence, Time and Theories of Transformation in the 1920s
Coffee break
3.50 – 4.15 Richard Feinberg ( psychotherapist, Bloomfield, USA)
Time and Temporality in Sons and Lovers.
4.15 – 4.40
Boris M. Proskurnin (Perm State University, Perm, Russia)
The Subversion of Linear Time in Sons and Lovers
4.40 – 5.05 Peter Fjågesund (Telemark University College, Norway)
Time in The Rainbow and Women in Love: From Organic Flow to Mechanical Jam
FRIDAY 4 APRIL (Building V. Room R14, ground floor)
9.15 – 9.40 Brigitte Macadré (Université de Reims)
The Traces, Marks and Imprints of Time in The Rainbow and Women in Love
9.40- 10.05 George Hyde (University of East Anglia, UK)
Dance of the Sand Grains: “in the style of the Russian ballet”
Coffee break
10.35 -11.00 James Ile (Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria)
Is Lady Chatterley’s Lover a Utopian Space-Time ? 
11.00-11.25 Jacqueline Gouirand (Université Lyon II)
The Time of Love in Lady Chatterley’s Lover
11.25 -11.50 Stefania Michelucci (University of Genoa, Italy)
Capsized Classes: Aristocracy and the Annihilation of History in D.H. Lawrence's later Works.
2.15 – 2.40
Michael Bell (University of Warwick, UK)
Lawrence and the Present Moment.
2.40 – 3.05 Sanatan Bhowal, (P.D. Women's College, Jalpaiguri, India)
Lawrence's Concept of Time: A Deleuzian Reading
Coffee break
3.35 – 4.00 Fiona Fleming ( Université Lumière Lyon II)
'Must take the imaginative line': Lawrence, History and Myth
4.00 – 4.25 Shirley Bricout (Université de Montpellier III)
“Postponing Destiny”: The Wheels of Time in D. H. Lawrence’s Apocalypse
SATURDAY 5 APRIL (Building V. Room R14, ground floor)
9.30- 9.55 Marina Ragachewskaya (Minsk State Linguistics University, Belarus)
“The Man Who Loved Islands” and “The Woman Who Rode Away”: Turning a Moment into Eternity.
9.55 -10.20 Jane Costin (University of Exeter, UK)
Stopping the clocks in The Plumed Serpent
Coffee break
10.50 – 11.15 Carla Comellini (University of Bologna, Italy)
Looking Back towards a Remote Past in Birds, Beasts and Flowers
11.15 – 11.40 Soha el-Samad (The Lebanese University, Tripoli, Lebanon)
‘Harmony with Time’: Lawrence’s Aesthetics as an Experience of Existing
2.00 – 2.25
Susan Reid ( Independent Scholar,UK)
“Another dimension”:The Mexican temporalities of D. H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley and Carlos Fuentes
2.25. - 2.50 Joseph R. Shafer (University of Warwick, UK)
D.H. Lawrence’s Demons: Signs for Charles Olson’s Post-modern Instant therein.
Coffee break
3.20 -3.45 Layla Salter (University of Birmingham, UK)
D.H.Lawrence and « the time of the body »
3.45- 4.10 Ryan Pollock (Yale University, USA)
Presence and the Present in Lawrence’s Paintings

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