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The Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France Annual Conference 2016 Aston University Conference Aston, ground floor of Aston Business School Building 6-7 September 2016

Transitions Programme

Tuesday 6 September 2016 Conference exhibitors may be found in refreshments area on the north side of the ground floor of Aston Business School 9:00-10:15

Arrival, registration and refreshments Conference Aston Ground Floor Foyer

10:15

Welcome by the President of the ASMCF, Jan Windebank [ROOM]

10:30- 12:30 Parallel sessions 1, 2 and 3 Parallel session 1: Contemporary cultural transitions

Parallel session 2: Public policy in transition

Parallel session 3: French overseas territories in transition

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Panel Chair: Nathalie Mrgudovic (Aston)

Isha Pearce (Nottingham) Title: Reshaping Lands, Reshaping Bodies: Transitions of Leisure Space in Marie NDiaye's Novels

Abigail Taylor (Sheffield) Title: French work-family policy

Sarah Mohamed-Gaillard (Inalco, Paris) Title: Transitions de la politique ultramarine de la France sous la Ve République

Jonathan Ervine (Bangor) Title: From the Pitch to the PlayStation and back Marine Orain (Birkbeck) Title: French intellectuals and new media: the democratisation of “engagement” Rebecca DeRoo (Rochester IT) Title: Reframing urban transformation in Agnès Varda’s Parisian Daguerreotypes

Jan Windebank (Sheffield) Title: Has France made the transition to become a gender-egalitarian welfare state? Samuel Matuszewski (Nottingham) Title: Ecole en crise, école en transition: The collège and the shift from discipline to control in French education Amina Easat-Daas (Aston) Title: Laïcité, Muslim women’s dress and political participation in Belgium

Justin Daniel (Université des Antilles) Title: France and its “old colonies”: towards a restructuring of the French state? Nathalie Mrgudovic (Aston) Title: The French overseas territories of the South Pacific and France Sarah Wood (York) Title: Development, environment and the meanings of ‘green’: The French government’s 1975 Plan Vert for Guyane

12:30-14:00

Lunch ROOM

14:15-15:15 Parallel sessions 4, 5 and 6 Parallel session 4: Music in transition

Parallel session 5: Translational transitions

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Chris Tinker (Heriot-Watt) Title: France through the decades: French media coverage of popular music nostalgia

Francis Kierszenbaum (Paris 3) Title: Transition: quand on ne sait plus traduire, on décrète la réalité!

Danielle Marx-Scouras (Ohio State) Title: “Shake that thing again”, “Boui-boui” sounds and “vagabond lovers” from Marseilles

Nicole Fayard (Leicester) Title: Translating/ Transcoding Shakespearian time and space in the twenty-first century

15:30-16:30 16:30-17:00

ASMCF annual meeting Room Refreshments

Parallel session 6: Republican values in transition Room TBC Panel Chair: TBC Emile Chabal (Edinburgh) Title: Why so much republicanism? Philippe Marlière (UCL) Title: French republicanism: the new conservative consensus?

17:00

Plenary Session: Peter Morris Memorial Lecture Guest Speaker: Sudhir Hazareesingh Chair: Jan Windebank ROOM: TBC

18: 45

Small group meetings Rooms

19:15

Vin d’honneur John Foster Hall Bar Welcome by Simon Green

20:00

Conference dinner John Foster Hall Dining Room

21:30-23:00

Cash bar in Conference Aston. Alternatively, the Sacks of Potatoes, the on-campus pub

Wednesday 7 September 2016 Conference exhibitors may be found in the refreshments area 9:00-10:30

Parallel sessions 7, 8 and 9

Parallel session 7: Asserting identities in France and Algeria Room TBC

Parallel session 8: Transitions in Vichy studies Room TBC

Panel Chair: TBC

Panel Chair: Steve Wharton (Bath)

Andrew Smith (UCL) Title: Inventing internal colonialism: Brittany and the Languedoc, 1961-1981

David Lees (Warwick) Title: Feeding the myth of plenty: food and the everyday in Vichy documentary film

David Hanley (Portsmouth) Title: From la petite Europe vaticane to the Club-Med: the French Socialist Party and the challenges of European integration

Harry Stopes (UCL) Title: Globalisation and local identity: The Roubaix Exhibition, 1911.

Lindsey Dodd (Huddersfield) Title: Evacuation and child health in Vichy France, 1943-1945: examples from the Creuse

Chris Reynolds (Nottingham Trent) Title: Europe and the French presidential elections

Mason Norton (Edge Hill) Title: A la découverte de la toile d'araignée? Resistance and the everyday, 1940-1944

Nick Startin (Bath) Title: Between pragmatism and populism: the Gaullist movement divided over Europe

Rabah Aissaoui (Leicester) Title: The Jeunes Algériens movement in the early twentieth century in Algeria

Parallel session 9: Europe and French Politics Room TBC Panel Chair: TBC

10:30-11:00

Refreshments

11.00-12:30 Parallel sessions 10, 11 and 12 Parallel session 10: Racism and immigration Parallel session 11: Securitarian Transitions policy 1983-84.

Parallel session 12: Nineteenth-century transitions

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Daniel Gordon (Edge Hill) Title: The ten-year residency permit of 1984: A victory for the Marche pour l'Egalité?

Oliver Davis (Warwick) Title: Security studies and ‘la criminologie’: The securitarian turn in university-level research in Britain and France

Benjamin Bâcle (UCL) Title: French Republic in the making: Victor Cousin and the rationalisation of the monarchy

Jeremy Ahearne (Warwick) Title: Cultural insecurity: Production and recognition

Clare Siviter (Warwick) Title: Tragic transitions: The use of tragedy in mediating the Revolution under Napoleon

Sophie Fuggle (Nottingham Trent) Title: Curating the camp

Christophe Miqueu (Bordeaux) Title: Transition démocratique et morale laïque : la construction républicaine au rythme du principe de laïcité à travers le regard de Ferdinand Buisson.

Rachida Brahim (Aix-Marseille) Title: Le processus de racialisation peut-il être affecté par un tournant politique? Ludivine Bantigny (Rouen) Title: L’immigration dans les médias. Y a-t-il vraiment un « tournant » en 1983?

12:30-14.00

Lunch Room

14:00-15:30 Parallel sessions 13, 14 and 15 Parallel session 13: Sociolinguistic Transitions

Parallel session 14: Transitions in political identities and discourse

Parallel session 15: Regulating intimacies

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William Rispin (Warwick) Title: Les Républicains and the challenges of a political system in transition

Romain Thomazeau (Paris 1) Title: Act Up-Paris: la colère pour ne pas mourir

Nick Hewlett (Warwick) Title: Sarkozy and the presidential elections

Steve Wharton (Bath) Title: Transitions of status, discourses of damnation, or not quite liberté égalité fraternité – debates over civil partnership and gay marriage in France

Maggie Allison (Bradford) Title: Francité/Trans(c)ité du discours in French media: Sclerosis or osmosis? Emmanuelle Labeau (Aston) Title: What can linguists bring to social scientists? The corpus approach Sonia Branca (Paris 3) Title: Etrangers, migrants, minorités dans le corpus CFPP2000. Nomination et construction du sens Hélène Blondeau (Florida), Rudi Janssens (Vrije Universiteit Brussels), Emmanuelle

Laurent Binet (Coventry) Title: Mutations et transitions dans les discours eurosceptiques français de 1992 à nos jours

Emily St Denny (Nottingham Trent) Title: Gradually transforming an enduringly weak regime: The steady transition of contemporary French prostitution policy (1946-2015)

Labeau (Aston) Title: Language practices and globalisation in two metropolises: Spoken French and the sociolinguistic making of Montreal and Brussels 15:00: End of conference and departure

Supported by the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France, the Service Culturel de l’Ambassade de France

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