Programme

 

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2020

2:30-3pm

Registration – ILC 120

3-4pm

Workshop (ILC 120): Digital Humanities led by Dr. Bryan Carter (Associate Professor in Africana Studies; Director of the Center for Digital Humanities, University of Arizona)

4:15-5:15pm

Workshop (ILC 120): Litérature et arts visuels led by Dr. Ania Wroblewski (Assistant Professor of French, University of Arizona)

5:30-7:30pm

Juste la fin du monde – Film - ILC 120

 

 

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29, 2020

8:30-9:30am

Registration & breakfast buffet

Kachina lounge

Student Union

 

 

Individual Talks – Student Union

 

Sabino room

Chair: Jhonatan Henao-Muñoz

Tubac room

Chair: Salma Rebhi 

 

Theoretical/Applied Linguistics

French and Francophone Cinema

9:30-10:00am

Kevin Hirschi (Northen Arizona University): C’est ce qu’il y a: syntactic variation and contextual patterns of c’est and il y a in historical and Modern French

Sarena Tien (Cornell University): Reading women’s solidarity as women’s resistance in Le chant des mariées

 

 

10:05-10:35

Ming Huang (Sorbonne Université): L’étude du passif en français

 

 

Hannah Hughes (Cornell University): Play, shame, and the limits of the body in Céline Sciamma’s Coming-of-Age Trilogy 

 

Pedagogy, Teaching French as L2

 

10:40-11:10am

Hai Bui (INALCO Paris): Pour une amélioration de l’enseignement du vocabulaire militaire français au Vietnam

Frank Finch (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University): Contre le domptage du surréalisme chez Buñuel

 

 

 

Women’s studies, gender

11:15-11:45am

Farnoosh Jafarian (University of Arizona): Evaluation of storytelling apps in L2 learning

 

Laetitia Chance (California State University, Long Beach): L’Amant de Marguerite Duras: langage déconstruit et absence maternelle, une écriture féminine

11:50-12:20pm

Amos Acquah  (Université de Nantes): La réalisation de l'acte de requête par des étudiantes ghanéennes en séjour immersif à Nantes

Lindsay Fieger (University of Notre Dame): La représentation genrée de la gourmandise dans L'Assommoir

 

 

12:20-2:00pm

 

Lunch – Kachina lounge 

(Student Union)

2:00-3:00pm

Plenary: Dr. Moradewun Adejunmobi (Professor of African American and African Studies at University of California, Davis): Circulation at scale: Translation and the “African” text. - Introduced by Salma Rebhi - Sabino room

 

Individual Talks – Student Union

 

Sabino room

Chair: Chantil Bounheuangvilay

Tubac room

Chair: Abigail Taleon

 

Women’s studies, gender

French and francophone literature

3:15-3:45pm

Dora Valencia (University of Arizona): Using the health humanities to characterize the experiences of Francophone women and uphold public health laws and policies of the Francophone world

Sally McCallum (University of Arizona): The potential of the contemporary French novel in translation: what Lucia Antonia, Funambule by Daniel Morvan has to offer English language audiences

 

3:50-4:20pm

Amina El Harras (Université Paul-Valéry): La condition féminine entre le réel et la fiction dans le cinéma arabe

 

Salma Rebhi (University of Arizona): Barzakh ou les deux rives de l’âme chez Abdellah Taia

 

 

4:25-4:55pm

 

Evie Munier (Indiana University): Satirical humor as feminist activism in Angèle’s “balance ton quoi

5:00-5:25pm

Break – Kachina lounge

5:30-6:30pm

Plenary - Sabino room

 Dr. Sébastien Dubreil (Teaching Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Second Language Acquisition, and Technology-Enhanced Learning at Carnegie Mellon University) - Quest to learn (languages and cultures): Multimedia, maker culture, and social pedagogies in (and out) the French classroom - Sabino room - Introduced by Nathalie Amgott 

6:30-8:00pm

Closing reception - Kachina Lounge

Entertainment by Buskabond

 

 

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