Sabine SCHLICKERS

Professeur à l’Université de Brême

Sabine.Schlickers@icloud.com

Discipline : littératures hispanophones

Champs de recherche : narratologie

Pour plus d’informations : http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/lehrpersonal/schlickers.aspx

Anaïs GOUDMAND

Docteure de l’Université de Lausanne

anais.goudmand@gmail.com

Discipline : Narratologie

Champs de recherche : Sérialité, roman-feuilleton, bande dessinée, séries télévisées, réception, théorie de la fiction, réseaux sociaux

Voir le CV : https://lpcm.hypotheses.org/12886

Call for papers: Tradition and Innovation in Franco-Belgian Bande Dessinée

Appel à contribution : Tradition et Innovation dans la bande dessinée franco-belge

International Symposium. University of Leicester. 13 March 2020.

Confirmed keynote speakers: Michel Kichka (graphic novelist), Professor Laurence Grove (University of Glasgow)

Call

Franco-Belgian bande dessinée is often considered as the cradle of the ‘ninth art’ (Weyer, 2015). Its ‘golden age’ in the aftermath of the Second World War has had a lasting impact on the field by providing key models for emulation or, at times, repudiation (Miller, 2007). This legacy has exerted a decisive influence on both the mainstream and independent sectors in bande dessinée and has also shaped transnational creative practices.

This one-day international symposium will explore the legacy of traditional Franco-Belgian bande dessinée from national and international perspectives and it will promote a dialogue between scholars and artists to examine the dynamics between continuity and innovation in contemporary bande dessinée.

Michel Kichka is an esteemed Belgian-Israeli graphic novelist and cartoonist. His graphic novels Deuxième génération (Dargaud, 2012) and Falafel sauce piquante(Dargaud, 2018) have been translated into multiple languages. Kichka will discuss how his Franco-Belgian heritage has shaped his current work in bande dessinée and related areas such as cartooning. 

Laurence (Billy) Grove is Professor in French and Text/Image Studies at the University of Glasgow, President of the International Bande Dessinée Society and co-editor of European Comic Art. Drawing on the specific example of Tintin, he will examine the legacy of traditional Franco-Belgian bande dessinée and its developments from a national and international perspective.

For this one-day symposium we particularly welcome papers that explore historical and contemporary continuities, ruptures and transformations in the field of bande dessinée. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:

–          the legacy of traditional Franco-Belgian bande dessinée and its ‘golden age’ today in national and international contexts

–          the role and place of traditional models, genres, styles and conventions in contemporary mainstream, independent and/or underground productions

–          innovation and creative transformation of traditional models, genres, styles and conventions in bande dessinée

–          representations of national or cultural identity in contemporary bande dessinée

–          continuities and changes in the creation of cultural and socio-political meaning in bande dessinée

–          contemporary interactions with related traditions or media such as comics, manga and cartooning

The event will be organised with generous support from Wallonie-Bruxelles International, the Society for French Studies, the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France and the School of Arts at the University of Leicester.

Rules for participation

Please send abstracts (300 words) and a short bio (150 words) to Fransiska Louwagie (FL47@le.ac.uk) and Simon Lambert (s.lambert@alac-wbi.be) by 6 January 2020.

Scholars at all career stages are encouraged to submit a proposal and a limited number of travel bursaries will be available for early career delegates. The registration fee (£20 or reduced fee of £10) includes catering and refreshments.

Responsable : Fransiska Louwagie

Adresse: Université de Leicester, Royaume-Uni

Gaëtan LE COARER

Doctorant, Laboratoire LLSETI, Université Savoie Mont Blanc

gaetan.lc.contact@gmail.com

Discipline : Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication & Sciences de l’Art

Champs de recherche : Bande Dessinée, Réalité Mixte, Narration

Voir aussi : Design éditorial et rédaction d’un article dans le livre Texte et Image 5 : Les Fabriques des Histoires, http://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100642260

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Kai MIKKONEN

Docteur, enseignant, directeur du programme master, Université de Helsinki

Discipline : Littérature comparée

Champs de recherche : Modernisme, littérature française et britannique du 19ème siècle, narratologie, récit de voyage, théorie de la fiction, bande dessinée et livres d’image

Raphaël BARONI

Professeur associé à l’Université de Lausanne

raphael.baroni@unil.ch