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Woven robot swarm weaves at Algomech (with a little help from their friends)
A few pictures and videos from last weekend's debut of the Penelopean weaving robots at the Algomech festival in Sheffield. After a frantic couple of weeks in mass production, a swarm of 8 robots and a may pole invaded the winter gardens, wove and un-wove braids to the sounds of livecoded beats and...
The parallelogram of Gonzalo Escudero Comedia in six tables
Gonzalo Escudero, born in 1903 and killed in 1971, better known in the Ecuadorian letters by his poetry, began in 1935 his work on the dramatic creation with ‘parallelogram. Comedia in six tables’. His work, described as superrealist and qubist, offers a very state-of-the-art dimension in the dramat...
Reception of caustic models in the illustrated century
With the authorisation of the publisher for this chapter. This work has been co-financed with funds from Project I d FFI2011-27449 ‘The fee for the Caucasus lyric: constitution, transmission and history (III)’, subsidised by the State Secretariat for Research, Development and Innovation (MINECO).
From the History of “Aljamiado” Literature in the Balkans: Abdulvehab Ilhamiya (1773–1821)
The paper is devoted to the life and work of a Bosnian writer and thinker Abdulvehab Ilhamiya Žepčevi who was one of most outstanding authors of South-Slavonic Aljamiado literature. Aljamiado works were written in Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian using Arabic script adapted to Slavonic languages (Arebi...
Religious pluralism in Islam, or awareness of alterity, by Eric Geoffroy
Eric Geoffroy, specialist in soufism, teaches Islamology at the University of Strasbourg. He is the author of numerous works, including Jihâd and contemplation (Dervy, 1997), the wisdom of Sufi masters (Grasset, 1998), Le moment Sufi (Actes Sud, 2000), Initiation to Soufism (Fayard, 2002), Islam wil...
of Platon’s private poetic competition in Timeland-Critias in the margins of Panathenia, Timée has every chance of winning. Although formally inspired by traditional hymnic and genealogical poetry, its performance implements an entirely new concept of discursive mímesis, i.e. ‘updating’ in and throu...
Conversions to Catholicism among Fin de Siècle Writers: A Spiritual and Literary Genealogy
During the last decade of the 19th century, a number of English writers converted to Roman Catholicism: the “Decadent” poets John Gray, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson joined the Church in 1890 and 1891, while Oscar Wilde flirted with the Catholic faith during his college years at Oxford, and recei...
Three architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries are called ‘ideist architects’: François Garas (1866-1925), Gabriel Guillemonat (1866-1945) and Henri Provensal (1868-1934). They do not form a real group, but this qualification makes it possible to identify them: they seem to be able to be...
Percival Everett International Conference
This international conference on contemporary American writer Percival Everett, in the presence of the artist, was organized by Anne-Laure Tissut (ERIAC) and focused not only on Everett’s literary work but also on his paintings. Some of them were exhibited at the Maison de l’Université, along with a...
Percival Everett: An Abecedary
Percival Everett is the author of eighteen novels, three collections of poems, three collections of short stories, a book for children and an introduction to Jefferson's Bible. Originally a musician, he is also a painter, a woodworker and a fly fisherman fond of “traveling alone [and] camping out un...
Idiomy of universalism and forenames of one’s own. Frank Stella and American formalism
The article raises the issue of the role of titles in abstract art and the question of their status as verbal artefacts of their own reference, intertextual and literal meaning. By focusing on the series of images of the American artist Frank Stella, the author follows the changes in their reception...
Reading Latin Poetry in Antiquity. Books and Contexts in the East and West
‘Light Station Train’ means: a dialogue of languages and cultures
This text develops a correspondence between three artistic forms: poetry, music and painting, with the aim of defining, in the work of Alceu Valença, possible relationships between these arts which, mirroring each other, exchange reflective properties. By using common resources — ‘pinta’ poetry with...
Figures of memory in Chaouia poetry. The example of Issa Jarmouni
Desolation in Tendresse. Gabriela Mistral anthology (poetry and prose).
Movement, Sight, and Sound in Archaic Song-and-Dance Poetry: Erotic and Ritual Kinesthesia and Synesthesia in the “Newest Sappho”
Session 71 : Pannel Moving to the Music : Song and Dance in Antiquity (Organized by the Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and Its Cultural Heritage. Carolyn M. Laferriere, Yale University, and Sarah Olsen, Williams College, Organizers) International audience
Alcuin on the road
This communication attempts to summarise what is known about Alcuin’s journeys, particularly according to his poetic work (for example, the famous poem on the Rhine trip) and, above all, his correspondence. When he travelled to the continent while he was a pupil and then ecolaster from York-Eboracum...
Enivre (Baudelaire by Serge Reggiani) — Phonetic (French) prof. Glória (ufma)
As I felt inspired today, and that we talked about time. I thought of Charles Baudelaire’s poem. It will be your source of pleasure and exercise. For the activities of Phonetic and French-speaking phonology. Enivre You must always be ivre.Everything is là:c'est the only question. In order not to fee...
Poésie vive et machine du poème : aperçus sur la formation de la notion de littérature dans l’Europe de la fin de l’âge classique
Call for communication — “Poem Scene Colloquium in Quebec. From Poetry Nuit to Today — 20-21 February 2020”
Deadline for submitting a proposal: On 31 August 2019, all the details can be found on the following page: http://www.crilcq.org/actualites/item/appel-de-communications-colloque-scenes-du-poeme-au-quebec-de-la-nuit-de-la-poesie-a-aujourdhu/.
The World of the Factory in the Poetry of Miquel Martí i Pol
Of the many possible readings offered by the large body of poetry written by Miquel Martí i Pol (Roda de Ter, 1929), the geographical constitutes, perhaps, one of the most suggestive and yet one of the least explored. The rich world of experiences and feelings that the writer captures in his poems,...
Politics, the savant and the people The politics, the savant and the people: The establishment of a canon of popular songs of French national tradition in the nineteenth century mitan
This article proposes a re-visit of the ‘Fortoul survey’, a collection of popular poetry carried out in France under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Instruction and Cultes between 1852 and 1877. In contrast to a dominant historical reading which considers that, at that time, the definition of...
Tribute to Yves Rouquette
mother was from the East. So I am not occitanophone of birth. I am “awaited” in Secondary Education and the Faculty of Letters of Montpellier, reading at the “Corporation of Letters”, I have created a “Cercle Occitan”. The evenings were decisively modern, far from a passerism that I notarised. Alan...
L'économie du cinéma en 50 fiches
Individualism and social conformity in the poetry of Furūgh Farrukhzād.