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Sarah Baccianti, Vikings and Dragons in Allez Savoir 58 (2014) | Martine Hennard Dutheil, 'Le Rire des fées: l'humour dans les contes, de Perrault à Parole' (2014) | Mary Flannery: interview about her work on emotions at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions | "Subversion au pays des contes": Martine Hennard Dutheil, Carter and Perrault in Uniscope 592 (2014) | Neil Forsyth on the British Imaginary | Spécialisation - "Pourquoi les études américaines?" Uniscope 584 (2013) | Judith Butler conference - "Jeux de genres", Uniscope 588 (2013) | Mary Flannery, "Getting Emotional about Shame", Lecture at the University of Sydney (Australia), 14 August 2013 | Agnieszka Soltysik-Monnet at Unil Media | Jürg Schwyter, "Ein Schlag aus heiterem Himmel," in Tages-Anzeiger, Der Bund, and Berner Zeitung, March 2013 | Jürg Schwyter, "Surmonter l'aphasie," in Uniscope 578 (2012) | Book Review of Alexandre Fachard's Conrad edition in the TLS | Martine Hennard Dutheil, "Le procès d'Oscar Wilde," Septembre 2008, Montbenon, Lausanne | Denis Renevey, "Devotion to the Name of Jesus in Medieval England", Lecture at the University of Calgary (Canada), 2005
 

Sarah Baccianti, Vikings and Dragons in Allez Savoir 58 (2014)

David Spring explores medievalism in contemporary pop culture, and talks Vikings with Sarah Baccianti.


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Martine Hennard Dutheil, 'Le Rire des fées: l'humour dans les contes, de Perrault à Parole' (2014)

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In November 2013, Martine Hennard Dutheil gave the keynote at the AROLE annual conference on 'Rire et Lire', hosted by the Sciences-Société platform (Amphipôle, 15-16 nov. 2013). Her full paper is now available on their website, where you may see a whimsical drawing of Martine by the famous artist Albertine!

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Mary Flannery: interview about her work on emotions at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions

An Interview with Dr Mary Flannery from History of Emotions on Vimeo.

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"Subversion au pays des contes": Martine Hennard Dutheil, Carter and Perrault in Uniscope 592 (2014)

Martine Hennard Dutheil's Reading, Translating, Rewriting: Angela Carter's Translational Poetics (2013) in Uniscope. See full article below.

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Neil Forsyth on the British Imaginary

Listen to a special one-hour radio programm, Christmas pudding, on British literature and its magical, fantastic, imaginary dimensions. Special guest Neil Forsyth answered Cyril Dépraz's questions on New Year's Day, 2014.

Follow link.

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Spécialisation - "Pourquoi les études américaines?" Uniscope 584 (2013)

 

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Judith Butler conference - "Jeux de genres", Uniscope 588 (2013)

 

 

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Mary Flannery, "Getting Emotional about Shame", Lecture at the University of Sydney (Australia), 14 August 2013

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Agnieszka Soltysik-Monnet at Unil Media

 

Aller Savoir! 54

Superman, le retour du premier super-héro. Read the article here.

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Fantastique, sombre et terriblement populaire

Le gothique fait fureur auprès du grand public. Il a conquis la culture populaire en lissant son potentiel de transgression. Professeure de littérature américaine, Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet s’est penchée sur l’évolution du genre ces dix dernières années.

Pour lire l'article presser sur le lien en ci-dessous.

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Jürg Schwyter, "Ein Schlag aus heiterem Himmel," in Tages-Anzeiger, Der Bund, and Berner Zeitung, March 2013

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Jürg Schwyter, "Surmonter l'aphasie," in Uniscope 578 (2012)


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Book Review of Alexandre Fachard's Conrad edition in the TLS

 

Martine Hennard Dutheil, "Le procès d'Oscar Wilde," Septembre 2008, Montbenon, Lausanne

Téléchargez cette vidéo: MP4, WebM

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Denis Renevey, "Devotion to the Name of Jesus in Medieval England", Lecture at the University of Calgary (Canada), 2005

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