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Michèle Longino and Ellen Welch

Submitted by klaporta on 31 July 2015 - 4:06pm
Ellen Welch & Michèle Longino
UNC at Chapel Hill & Duke University

Please join me in congratulating Michèle Longino and Ellen Welch for the publication of selected essays from the 2014 NASSCFL Conference with Biblio 17.

Networks, Interconnection, Connectivity : Selected Essays from the 44th North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature Conference, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & Duke University, edited by Ellen R. Welch and Michèle Longino. ISBN : 978-3-8233-6970-7

 

Table des matières

Ellen R. Welch & Michèle Longino, Introduction

Hélène Merlin-Kajman, “Corneille : ronge-maille ou nœud public”

Nina Ekstein, “With What Arms Do We Fight? Possible Worlds and the Network of Characters in Corneille’s Nicomède

Denis Grélé, “Crispin rival de son maître (1707): vers un nouveau système des pratiques d’échange”

Christine McCall Probes, “Un réseau d’amitié, de plaisir et de nouvelles: quelques aspects de la correspondance volumineuse d’Élisabeth-Charlotte de Bavière, princesse Palantine, duchesse d’Orléans”

Malina Stefanovska, “La circulation des mots d’esprit dans la société du XVIIe siècle”

Ullrich Langer & Anne Theobald, “Moral Admonishment, Amorous Conflict: How to Avoid Severing the Connection”

Micah True, “From Quebec to Paris and Back: The Jesuit Relations and a Decentered Reading of France”

Catherine Broué, “L’exploration de la Louisiane au XVIIe siècle: un réseau d’influence”

Ashley Williard, “Islands of Enclosure and Exclusion: Representations of Débauchées in the French Caribbean, c. 1660-1700”

Faith E. Beasley, “Creative Conversations: Salon Culture and François Bernier”

Stephanie O’Hara, “Failures of Transmission in the Translation of Early Modern French Obstetrical Knowledge”

Agnès Cousson, “Deux réseaux du Grand Siècle: Port-Royal et la Compagnie de Jésus”

Katherine Dauge-Roth, “Shooting the Moon: Women Astronomers in Early Modern France”

Sara E. Melzer, “The Roman Universalism of French Schools : Re-Thinking France’s Connection to Classical Antiquity”

Benjamin Balak & Charlotte Trinquet du Lys, “A Twenty-First-Century Gamified Pedagogy to Teach the Social Networks of the Seventeenth Century at the Intersection of Intellectual Culture and Political Economics”