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Program - Society for french historical studies
Society for French Historical Studies
60 Annual Meeting / 60e Congrès annuel
Université du Québec à Montréal
April 24th to 27th 2014 / 24 au 27 avril 2014
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Draft program / Programme préliminaire
Le programme préliminaire du 60e Congrès de la Society for French Historical
Studies est désormais disponible et accessible sous format pdf. Veuillez noter que la
dernière séance se terminera à midi, le dimanche 27 avril. Les organisateurs ont tenté de
répondre à toutes les contraintes d’horaire qui leur ont été soumises, et ont par ailleurs
évité, autant que faire se pouvait, de faire intervenir le dimanche les participants de
l’ouest de l’Amérique du Nord, afin de faciliter leur retour par avion.
Nous vous serions reconnaissants de vérifier les éléments suivants :
1. Que votre nom et votre affiliation universitaire ont été bien orthographiés.
2. Que le titre de votre séance et de votre communication est correct.
3. Que vous ne vous retrouvez pas à intervenir, en même temps, dans le cadre de
deux séances parallèles (par exemple, présenter votre communication et présider
une autre séance en même temps).
Notez également que nous tentons présentement de compléter toutes les séances qui
n’auraient pas leur président ou leur commentateur. Si vous avez quelque suggestion,
n’hésitez évidemment pas à nous en faire part.
Si un changement d’urgence devait être apporté au programme, merci de le signaler
sans tarder à Norman Ingram ([email protected]) avant le 15 février
prochain. Nous ne pourrons, à ce stade de l’organisation, qu’apporter des modifications
nécessaires en raison de conflits d’horaire que nous aurions eu l’inadvertance de
programmer.
This is the draft programme of the Montreal meeting of the Society for French Historical
Studies. Please note that the conference ends at noon on Sunday, 27 April. We have
incorporated all scheduling requests received to date, and have also tried to avoid scheduling
people from the western side of the North American continent on the Sunday, in order to facilitate
airline departures for the west.
Please verify the following things:
1. That your name and affiliation are spelled correctly.
2. That the title of your session and your paper are correct
3. That you have not inadvertently been scheduled to do more than one thing in
the same time slot (e.g. presenting a paper while chairing another session).
Please note that we will be attempting to find chairs and commentators for sessions
which presently lack them in the next few weeks. If you have any suggestions, we would
be pleased to hear them!
If any changes are urgently required in the programme, please notify Norman
Ingram ([email protected]) by 15 February at the latest. At this stage we
will only entertain changes required by inadvertent scheduling conflicts.
Society for French Historical Studies - 60th Annual Meeting
Université du Québec à Montréal
Sessions Breakdown
Thursday April 24 : registration and welcome cocktail (cash-bar) at l’hôtel Gouverneur
Place Dupuis
Friday April 25
Saturday April 26
Sunday April 27
8:30 - 10:15
Sessions 1
Sessions 4
Sessions 7
10:15 - 10:30
Coffee break
Coffee break
Coffee break
10:30 - 12:15
Sessions 2
Sessions 5
Sessions 8
12:30 - 14:15
Plenary Luncheon
Business Luncheon
14:30 - 16:15
Sessions 3
Plenary Session
16:15 - 16:30
Coffee break
Coffee break
16:30 - 18:15
Plenary Session
Sessions 6
18:30 - 20:00
Cocktail Reception
Banquet Dinner
Session / Séance 1A
Roundtable—Controversy in French History and Bridging the
Anglophone/Francophone Divide: Revisiting the PSF in Light of Studies on
Authoritarianism, Gender, and Empire
Chair / président: Norman INGRAM, Concordia University
Caroline CAMPBELL, University of North Dakota
William IRVINE, York University
Samuel KALMAN, St. Francis Xavier University
Sean KENNEDY, University of New Brunswick
Cheryl KOOS, California State University, Los Angeles
Kevin PASSMORE, Cardiff University
Geoff READ, Huron University College
Session / Séance 1B
Songs of War: What Memories of Violence Mean in Oral Cultures
Chair / président : Alan FORREST, York University
Éva GUILLOREL, Université de Caen Basse-Normandie. Remembering the French wars of
religion: folksongs as a source for early modern historians
Youenn LE PRAT, CPGE, lycée de Kerichen, Brest. ‘Soldiers and sailors, after this battle,
we’ll have some rest!’: The aural persistence of the Anglo-French naval conflict in
France
David HOPKIN, Hertford College, Oxford. ‘My gunners will burn your houses, my
soldiers will pillage them’: what songs about Napoleon meant to the people who sang
them
Comment / commentaire : Jean-Pierre LE GLAUNEC, Université de Sherbrooke
Session / Séance 1C
Women and War in France’s Long Nineteenth Century
Chair / président : Denise DAVIDSON, Georgia State University
Margaret H. DARROW, Dartmouth University. The Life and Death of the Femme-Soldat
Thomas CARDOZA, Arizona State University. ‘J’ai vu la Cantinière’: Popular
Representations of Military Women in French Theater, Art, and Song
Whitney WALTON, Purdue University. Women’s Memories of Napoleon and War
Comment / commentaire : Rachel CHRASTIL, Xavier University
Session / Séance 1D
The Impact of World War I on the Arts
Chair / président : Leora AUSLANDER, University of Chicago
Ilyana KARTHAS, University of Missouri, Columbia. WWI, the Ballets Russes, and the
Revival of French Ballet
David SHAFER, California State University, Long Beach. Exposing the Irrational Façade
of Rationality
Richard SONN, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. The First World War and the Jewish
Artists of Montparnasse
Comment / commentaire : Leora AUSLANDER, University of Chicago
Session / Séance 1E
Transnationalism in France after the Great War
Transnationalisme en France au lendemain de la Grande Guerre
Chair / président : Peter JACKSON, University of Glasgow
Michael CLINTON, Gwynedd-Mercy University. A Transnational Sortie de Guerre: The
European Center of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1918-23
Miriam INTRATOR, Ohio University. L’Institut International de Coopération
Intellectuelle and Transnational Interwar Library Networks and Information Exchange
Jean-Michel GUIEU, Université Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne. De la « paix du droit » au «
droit de la paix ». Les internationalistes français et la pacification des relations
internationales dans les années 1920
Benjamin GILLES, Bibliothèque de documentation internationale contemporaine. Le
témoignage de guerre à l’épreuve de la diplomatie culturelle : la Dotation Carnegie et la
lecture du manuscrit de Témoins de Jean Norton Cru (1925-1930)
Comment / commentaire : Carl BOUCHARD, Université de Montréal
Session / Séance 1F
Re-fashioning French Foreign Policy: Protocol, Political Economy, and Propaganda
in the Seven Years' War
Chair / président : Daniel Albert BAUGH, Cornell University
Matt J. SCHUMANN, Eastern Michigan University. Lyttleton's Run: Protocol and
Realpolitik on the Eve of the Seven Years' War
John SHOVLIN, New York University. Silhouette, the Science of Trade, and the Origins of
the Seven Years' War
Thomas KAISER, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The Mémoire historique:
Diplomacy, Propaganda, and 'Patriotism' in Choiseul's 'Grand Exit Strategy' at the End
of the Seven Years' War
Comment / commentaire : Daniel Albert BAUGH, Cornell University
Session / Séance 1G
Guerre et religion : l’épreuve du conflit de 1870-1871
Chair / président : John HORNE, Trinity College, Dublin
Christine G. KRUGER, Georg August Universität Göttingen. The impact of War: Jews in
France and Germany in the wars of 1870/71 and 1914-1918
Giovanni CAVAGNINI, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. La guerre au miroir des
lettres pastorales des évêques français (1870-1871)
Guillaume PARISOT, Sciences Po, Paris. La guerre au presbytère (1870-1914)
Comment / commentaire : Jean-François CHANET, Sciences Po, Paris
Session / Séance 1H
Convince and mobilize. War and rhetorical strategies in early modern France
Convaincre et mobiliser. Guerre et stratégies rhétoriques dans la France moderne
Chair / président : Bernard GAINOT, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Benjamin DERUELLE, Université Lille 3 Charles-de-Gaulle. “And you will serve us very
pleasantly”: Convince the nobility to serve in the Frenchking’s army during the Civil
Wars (« Et vous nous ferez service tres-agreable » : convaincre la noblesse de servir
dans l’armée du roi de France pendant les guerres de Religion)
Emilie DOSQUET, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. “[W]ithout regard neither for
the laws of God, nor for the ones of war”: The justumbellum through the prism of the
“Desolation of the Palatinate” (« [S]ans avoir égard ni aux loix de Dieu, ni à celles de la
Guerre » : le justum bellum au prisme de la « désolation du Palatinat »)
Arnaud GUINIER, Fondation Thier, CNRS-ENS – IHMC. Illustrate or Persuade?
Drawings and diagrams in French military Thinking in the Age of Enlightenment
(Illustrer ou persuader ? Schémas et dessins dans la réflexion militaire de la France des
Lumières)
Comment / commentaire : Hervé DRÉVILLON, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Session / Séance 1I
Visions of Modernity at the World’s Fairs
Chair / président : Robin WALZ, University of Alaska Southeast
Venita DATTA, Wellesley College. The Inventor-Entrepreneur: Edison, Eiffel and Other
Rivalries at the 1889 World’s Fair
Willa Z. SILVERMAN, Penn State University. A ‘Modern Style’ for the New Century: The
1900 Exposition universelle in the cahiers of Henri Vever
Peter CLERICUZIO, The Wolfsonian-Florida International University. The Provinces in
Paris: Displaying Regional and National Identities at French International Expositions,
1900-1940
Comment / commentaire : Peter SOPPELSA, University of Oklahoma
Session / Séance 1J
Chasing Justice across the Seas (and Centuries): Law in the Early Modern and
Modern French Empires
Chair / président : Emmanuelle SAADA, Columbia University
Matthew GERBER, University of Colorado, Boulder. Colonial Appeals in the Conseil
Privé in Pre-Revolutionary France
Laurie M. WOOD, University of Wisconsin Law School. Recovering the Debris of
Fortunes between France and its Colonies in the 18th Century
Sarah GHABRIAL, McGill University. The House of Correction: Marital authority and
spousal abuse in the civil and criminal courts of colonial Algeria (1880-1930)
Claire EDINGTON, Harvard University. A background to confinement: the legal category
of the ′insane′ person in French Indochina
Comment / commentaire : Emmanuelle SAADA, Columbia University
Session / Séance 1K
Franco–British Connections in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Chair / président : Brian COWAN, McGill University
Laurent TURCOT, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Loisirs et divertissements à
Londres et à Paris au 18e siècle
Simon MACDONALD, McGill University. British expatriates in late eighteenth-century
France
Harry STOPES, University College, London. Exhibiting French art in Manchester in the
late nineteenth century
Comment / commentaire : Charles WALTON, Warwick University
Session / Séance 1L
Beyond Marxism: Textual and Visual Critiques of Capitalism in France, 1840-1925
Chair / président : Naomi ANDREWS, Santa Clara University
Erika M. VAUSE, Saint Xavier University. A Rate of Discount on the Future: Credit and
the Social Imaginary of 1848
Stephanie FRANK, Columbia College. The ‘force in the thing’: Mauss’ alternative to the
critique of the commodity in the Essai sur le don
Dr. Kevin C. ROBBINS, Indiana University Purdue. Innovative Visual and Multi-Media
Critiques of Capitalism’s All-Corrupting Powers as Communicated in the Radical and
Anarchist, Illustrated, Satirical, Parisian Press: The Notorious Assiette au Beurre, 19011912
Comment / commentaire : Naomi ANDREWS, Santa Clara University
Session / Séance 1M
Voting For Change: Enfranchisement, the French Union, and Decolonization, 19431962
Chair / président : Karen OFFEN, Stanford University
Elisabeth FINK, New York University. Ballots and Boycotts: Electoral mobilization in
French West African political life, 1944-1951
Emily FRANSEE, University of Chicago. ‘Cette pierre d'achoppement’: Women's Suffrage
and the Creation of the French Union, 1943-1946
Terrence PETERSON, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Creating Counterinsurgent
Citizens: The French Army and Muslim Women’s Enfranchisement during the Algerian
War, 1954-1962
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 1N
Protection de l’enfance et citoyenneté au Québec et en France, 19e - 20e siècle I
Chair / président : Amélie BOURBEAU, Université de Sherbooke
Yves DENÉCHÈRE, Université d’Angers. Parrainages d’enfants et citoyenneté, France et
Québec, XXe siècle
Janice HARVEY, Collège Dawson. 'But families have no specialized workers!' :
Institutional care versus foster care in child protection, nineteenth and early twentieth
century Montreal
Martin PETITCLERC, Université du Québec à Montréal. La naissance comme 'accident
providentiel'. L’enfant, le 'risque de famille' et le débat sur les allocations familiales au
Québec au début du XXe siècle
Comment / commentaire : Amélie BOURBEAU, Université de Sherbooke
Session / Séance 1O
Les Trente Glorieuses and the Territorial Logic of Modernisation
Chair / président : Nicole RUDOLPHE, Adelphi University
Venus BIVAR, Washington University in St. Louis. The Ground Beneath their Feet: The
Geography of Economic Modernisation in Postwar France
Kenny CUPERS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne. Géographie volontaire: The
Territorial Logic of French Modernization, 1940-1975
Murium DAVIS, New York University. Turning Fellahs into Peasants: Land Reform and
State Power in Algeria, 1958-1965
Comment / commentaire : Herrick CHAPMAN, New York University
Session / Séance 1P
Writers, Protection, Patronage and the State: Cultural Politics in Early Modern
France
Chair / président : Orest RANUM, Johns Hopkins University
Robert A. SCHNEIDER, Indiana University. The Founding of the Académie Française:
Calling into Question an Act of Cultural Absolutism
Elie HADDAD, CNRS / CRH. Politique nobiliaire du patronage à l’époque de Richelieu:
l’exemple du comte de Belin
Alexander YARBROUGH, State University of New York at Buffalo. Censorship and
protection: the hidden role of the monarchy in the Bélisaire affair (1767)
Comment / commentaire : Orest RANUM, Johns Hopkins University
Session / Séance 2A
War and Peace in the French Colonial History of the Great War
Roundtable
Olivier COSSON, Mil Neuf Cent, revue d’histoire intellectuelle. Phénomène guerrier et
phénomène colonial en France (1900-1930) : penser l’interaction entre la Grande
Guerre et l’Empire
Richard S. FOGARTY, University at Albany, SUNY. Greater France and the Great War
Jennifer BOITTIN, The Pennsylvania State University. Gender and Race, Conflict and
Rapprochement: The Great War Overseas, 1919-1939
Martin THOMAS, Exeter University. Deglobalization or an Empire globalized?
Session / Séance 2B
Towards War: Aspects of Franco-German Relations from 1930 to 1940
Chair / président : Matthew PEAPLE, Independent scholar
Bertram GORDON, Mills College. ‘God in France?’: Friedrich Sieburg's Interwar and
Wartime Views of France
Toby NORRIS, Assumption College. War by Other Means: France and Germany at the
World’s Fairs of the 1930s
Meredith SCOTT-WEAVER, Bloomsburg University. Salomon Grumbach and the Refugee
Crisis of the 1930s
Comment / commentaire : Sarah FISHMAN, University of Houston
Session / Séance 2C
Memories of the rescue, 1942-present
Chair / président : Shannon FOGG, Missouri University of Science &Technology
Anny BLOCH-RAYMOND, Centre d’anthropologie sociale, LISST, EHESS, CNRS,
Université de Toulouse. La Construction légendaire de la mémoire du refuge : l’exemple
du plateau du Lignon-Vivarais et de la montagne cévenole (1940-1944)
Daniel LEE, Brasenose College, University of Oxford. Abusing the Memory of Rescue:
Vichy’s Chantiers de la Jeunesse and the Jewish Question
Nicole DOMBROWSKI RISSER, Towson University. Refugee Rights Violations before a
Language of Refugee Rights: Memories and Memorandum from the Refugee
Unemployment Crisis of 1941-42
Comment / commentaire : Marianne RUEL ROBINS, Westmont College, Santa Barbara,
California
Session / Séance 2D
The Cultural Politics of the Cold War
Chair / président : Eric JENNINGS, University of Toronto
Andrew M. DAILY, University of Memphis. ‘Everywhere there are Sierre Maestras’: the
Cold War Politics of Third Worldism in Martinique and Guadeloupe
Sandrine SANOS, Texas A & M University – Corpus Christi. Ambivalent Histories:
Colonial Ghosts, Gender, and the Fantasy of Humanism in Alain Resnais’ Hiroshima
Mon Amour
Roxanne PANCHASI, Simon Fraser University. Atomic Clouds in Tricolour: The Cultural
Politics of the Bomb in France, 1960-1966
Comment / commentaire : Eric JENNINGS, University of Toronto
Session / Séance 2E
In Someone Else’s Land? Post-war France, Germany and the Spaces in Between
Chair / président : Elizabeth VLOSSAK, Brock University
Alison CARROL, Brunel University. Building the Border between France and Germany
1871-1914
Julia WAMBACH, University of California at Berkeley. All Quiet on the Western front?
Border Drawing and French Occupation Policies in Germany after the Two World Wars
Karen ADLER, University of Nottingham. ‘Everyone Knew how Many Women Had Been
Raped’: French Occupiers and German Women after 1945
Comment / commentaire : Elizabeth VLOSSAK, Brock University
Session / Séance 2F
The scholarly contribution of Lenard Berlanstein to French history
Chair / président : Jack R. CENSER, George Mason University et Linda L. CLARK,
Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Timothy N. TACKETT, University of California, Irvine. The Barristers of Toulouse in the
Eighteenth Century (1975)
John M. MERRIMAN, Yale University. The Working People of Paris, 1871-1914 (1984)
Michael B. MILLER, University of Miami. Big Business and Industrial Conflict in
Nineteenth-Century France: A Social History of the Parisian Gas Company (1991)
Rachel G. FUCHS, Arizona State University. Daughters of Eve: A Cultural History of
French Theatre Women from the Old Regime to the Fin-de-Siecle (2001)
Vanessa R. SCHWARTZ, University of Southern California. Lenard Berlanstein as
Historian of Paris and French Culture
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 2G
French Émigré Expectations and Refugee Survival Strategies after 1795
Chair / président : Simon BURROWS, University of Western Sydney
Kelly SUMMERS, Stanford University. Woman and Children First: Distinguishing
Refugees from Rebels in Directorial Emigration Debates
Kirsty CARPENTER, Massey University. The orphans of Quiberon, and the establishment
of the French émigré school at Penn
Véronique CHURCH-DUPLESSIS, University of Toronto. A Colony of Émigré Soldiers: The
Puisaye Settlement in Upper Canada, 1797-1806
Comment / commentaire : François FURSTENBERG, Université de Montréal
Session / Séance 2H
The Politics of Love and Hate, Friendship and Enmity in Medieval France Session #1
Chair / président : John W. MCCORMACK, University of Notre Dame
Kristin BOURASSA, University of York. True and Loyal Love? Familial Love and
Counsel in Mirrors for Princes for Charles VI of France
Tracy ADAMS, University of Auckland. Burgundian Aggression and the Language of
Love and Hatred in Christine de Pizan and Jean Gerson
Emily J. HUTCHISON, Mount Royal University. ‘And they shall remain good friends
together, without dissensions, debates, or divisions between them’: Broken Promises of
Friendship in the Outbreak of Civil War in France, 1404-1411
Comment / commentaire : Christine ADAMS, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Session / Séance 2I
Protection de l’enfance et citoyenneté au Québec et en France, 19e - 20e siècle II
Chair / président : Amélie BOURBEAU, Université de Sherbooke
Éric PIERRE, Université d’Angers. Former des travailleurs mais aussi des citoyens, la
réforme de l’éducation surveillée en France (1945-1955)
Pascale QUINCY-LEFEBVRE, Université d’Angers. La citoyenneté, ses contours et la
protection de l’enfance : l’hydre de la dénonciation dans le débat associatif français des
années 70
Louise BIENVENUE, Université de Sherbrooke. De voyou à citoyen. L’instruction des
délinquants dans le Québec d’après-guerre
Comment / commentaire : Amélie BOURBEAU, Université de Sherbooke
Session / Séance 2J
The Polysemy of Violence in Colonial-Era Algeria
Chair / président : Todd SHEPARD, Johns Hopkins University
Benjamin Claude BROWER, University of Texas at Austin. Physical and Symbolic
Violence and the Colonization of Algeria
Moula BOUAZIZ, Université Paris 8. Violence coloniale et construction nationale, le cas
de la guerre d’indépendance algérienne au sein de la Wilaya III (1954-1962)
Sung CHOI, Bentley University. Settler Colonial Violence in French Algeria during
Decolonization
Comment / commentaire : Todd SHEPARD, Johns Hopkins University
Session / Séance 2K
Commerce, State, Citizen: The Business of Belonging in Modern France
Chair / président : John SHOVLIN, New York University
Lauren CLAY, Vanderbilt University. Negotiating Equality in Old Regime France:
Chambers of Commerce and the Question of 'Corporate Citizenship'
Tyson LEUCHTER, University of Chicago. Settling Accounts: The Émigré Indemnity and
Financing Citizenship in Restoration France
Alexia YATES, Harvard University. Territorial Revolution: Mortgages, Patrimony, and
the Nation in Nineteenth-Century France
Comment / commentaire : Bertie MANDELBLATT, University of Toronto
Session / Séance 2L
New Perspectives on the Haitian Revolution / Nouvelles perspectives sur la Révolution
haïtienne
Chair / président : Frantz VOLTAIRE, CIDIHCA
Alyssa GOLDSTEIN SEPINWALL, California State University – San Marcos. Black Jacobins
or African Prisoners of War? Toward New Ways of Explaining the Haitian Revolution in
Historical Scholarship and in Film
Bernard GAINOT, Université Paris I. Fait militaire et pouvoir politique: L’exception
coloniale républicaine ?
Franklin MIDY, Université Québec à Montréal. Mémoires vives de la Révolution
haïtienne de l'après-Duvalier (1986-2010)
Comment / commentaire : Carolyn FICK, Concordia University
Session / Séance 2M
Espaces et territoires, 17e-18e siècles
Chair / président : Kathleen GUY, University of Texas at San Antonio
Michel MORIN, Université de Montréal. Fraternité, souveraineté et territorialité chez les
Autochtones de la Nouvelle-France
Timothy BEST, Florida State University. Not French Enough?: The Colonies,
Reorganization, and the Creation of Revolutionary Space
Julia LEWANDOSKI, University of California, Berkeley. Vernacular Land Tenure in
southern Québec: 1760-1783
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 2N
Early Modern Cultural History
Chair / président : Kathryn A. EDWARDS, University of South Carolina
Andrei PESIC, Princeton University. The Global Concert?: The Concert Spirituel of Paris
and its imitators in Berlin and Saint-Domingue
Mathew KUEFLER, San Diego State University. Resuscitating a Dead Saint: The Cult of
Gerald of Aurillac in the Seventeenth Century
Stefania GARGIONI, University of Kent. Henry of Navarre and the Early Modern English
Public Opinion (1570-1610)
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 2O
Unruly Women in Early Modern France
Chair / président : Lynn MOLLENAUER, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Matthew LAUZON, University of Hawaii at Manoa. Mme de Guilleragues and Mlle Petit
as Louis XIV's diplomats in the Middle East
Linda LIERHEIMER, Hawaii Pacific University. An Unruly Abbess: Lucrèce de Rochefort
and the Reform of the Abbey of Rougemont
Daniella KOSTROUN, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. The Précieuse
in the Desert: Port-Royal and the Political Afterlives of Frondeur Women
Comment / commentaire : Katherine CRAWFORD, Vanderbilt University
Session / Séance 2P
Militant Identites Panel
Chair / président : Mack HOLT, George Mason University
Christy PICHICHERO, George Mason University. Militat omnis amans: Theatres of Sex,
Identity, and Emotional Community in the War of Austrian Succession
Brian SANDBERG, Northern Illinois University. ‘Les saintes et genereuses actions’:
Catholic Nobles and Militant Activism in Confessionally-Divided Languedoc
Jotham PARSONS, Duquesne University. Boys’ Own Adventures: Noble Culture and the
Romantic Imagination before Quixote
Comment / commentaire : Michael WOLFE, St. John’s University
Session / Séance 3A
POWs and Photographs: Interpreting an Album from a First World War Camp
Chair / président : Cylvie CLAVEAU, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Jeremy D. POPKIN, University of Kentucky. The Friedrichsfeld Photo Album, 1914-1918
Nancy FITCH, California State University-Fullerton. The ‘Alchemy’ of War Photographs
and the Memory of the Great War
Nicole HUDGINS, University of Baltimore. Making the Most of It: The (Re)presentation of
Prison Camp Life during World War I
Comment / commentaire : Catherine E. CLARK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session / Séance 3B
Transformed by war: French priests in the wars of the twentieth century, 1914 -- 1954
Chair / président : John W. HELLMAN, McGill University
Joseph F. BYRNES, Oklahoma State University. The Moral and Dogmatic Components of
Anti-German Clerical Propaganda: World War I
Anita R. MAY, University of Oklahoma. From Pariahs to Comrades: French Priests in
World War I
Oscar COLE ARNAL, Lutheran Seminary, Wilfred Laurier University. Forged in Hot War,
Crushed in Cold War: The Brief Journey of the Pioneer Worker-Priests
Comment / commentaire : John W. HELLMAN, McGill University
Session / Séance 3C
French Internationalism, 1914-1960
Chair / président : Alison CARROL, Brunel University
Peter JACKSON, University of Glasgow. The Radical Party and Internationalist
Conceptions of Peace
Andrew BARROS, Université du Québec à Montréal. René Cassin and the Dilemmas of
French Internationalism and Human Rights, 1932-1950
Talbot IMLAY, Université Laval. The Internationalism of French Socialists, 1918 to 1960
Comment / commentaire : Alison CARROL, Brunel University
Session / Séance 3D
Under fire and out of the ruins: Experiences and memory of the First World War in
urban France, 1914-1939
Chair / président : Tomas IRISH, Trinity College Dublin
Alex DOWDALL, Trinity College Dublin. The World War at Home: French Civilian
Responses to the Destruction of Urban Space on the Western Front, 1914-1918
Elise JULIEN, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Lille/CNRS. Paris face aux bombardements:
entre capitale symbolique et ville du front (1914-1924)
Pierre PURSEIGLE, Yale University/University of Warwick. Rebuilding French Lives: the
reconstitution of urban communities in interwar France (1914-1939)
Comment / commentaire : Jean-François CHANET, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris
Session / Séance 3E
An Invitation to Crime: The German Occupation as Opportunity
Chair / président : Sarah FISHMAN, University of Houston
Kenneth MOURÉ, University of Alberta. Moral Order and the Market: French
Agriculture during the Occupation
Sandy OTT, Center for Basque Studies, University of Nevada, Reno. Pyrenean Passeurs
and Black Marketeers: Lessons in Morality and Immorality
Julia TORRIE, St. Thomas University. Soldatenkaufhaus: Everyday Acquisitiveness and
the German Occupation of France, 1940-1944
Comment / commentaire : Bertram GORDON, Mills College
Session / Séance 3F
Medical, Literary, and Scientific Constructions of Homosexuality in fin-de-siècle
France
Chair / président : William A. PENISTON, Librarian, The Newark Museum
Nancy ERBER, Professor Emerita, LaGuardia Community College, City University of
New York. A War of Words: Defining and Disputing Male Homosexuality in the Archives
d’anthropologie criminelle, 1886-1914
Romain COURAPIED, Université Rennes 2 Haute Bretagne. Conceptualisation de l’amitié
virile dans le discours médical et littéraire de la fin du XIXéme siècle français
Michael ROSENFELD, Université de Strasbourg & Université Catholique de Louvain. La
Débâcle : Le roman zolien d’un inverti ?
Comment / commentaire : Michael SIBALIS, Wilfrid Laurier University
Session / Séance 3G
Putting the ′Studies′ in French Studies: Teaching History and Social Sciences in a
French Department (A roundtable discussion with 8 historians and social scientists)
Brett BOWLES, Department of French Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington
Jean-François BRIÈRE, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures, University at
Albany/SUNY,
Venita DATTA, Department of French, Wellesley College
Julie FETTE, Department of French Studies, Rice University
Stéphane GERSON, Department of French, New York University
Scott GUNTHER, Department of French, Wellesley College
William POULIN-DELTOUR, Department of French, Middlebury College
Willa SILVERMAN, Department of French and Francophone Studies, Penn State
University
Session / Séance 3H
Nostalgic Décor: Design and the Making of Memory in the Nineteenth Century
Chair / président : Mary HUNTER, McGill University
Anca LASC, Pratt Institute. Italy, from Home: Adolphe Thiers and the NineteenthCentury Private Collection
Mark BRAUDE, Stanford University. House of Cards: The Monte Carlo Casino and Belle
Époque Performances of Privilege
Sylvie BOISJOLI, McGill University. Prehistoric Interiors and Exteriors: French
Fantasies of Living History
Andrew MCLELLAN, Tufts University. Vive l’amateur! The Goncourt House Revisited
Comment / commentaire : Leora AUSLANDER, University of Chicago
Session / Séance 3I
Terror Talk before, during, and after the French Revolution
Chair / président : K. Steven VINCENT, North Carolina State University
Ronald SCHECHTER, The College of William and Mary. The Aesthetics of Terror in PreRevolutionary French Writing
Julian BOURG, Boston College. The Incidence of la terreur during the French Revolution
Paul SCHWEIGERT, The Graduate Center, CUNY. From Fanaticism to Fatalism: French
Liberals on the Terror during the Bourbon Restoration
Comment / commentaire : Annie JOURDAN, University of Amsterdam
Session / Séance 3J
Corps, religion et communautés. Études d’anthropologie historique à l’automne de la
Renaissance
Chair / président : Denis CROUZET, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Marie-Clarté LAGRÉE, Université de Paris-Sorbonne Abou-Dhabi. Le corps religieux
dans l'Orient musulman: les 'pratiques mahométanes' décrites par les voyageurs français
de la Renaissance tardive
Nathalie SZCZECH, Université de la Polynésie française. Images et pratiques du corps
dans la Genève de Calvin (vers 1540-vers 1560). Genèse d’une anthropologie calviniste
Antoine ROULLET, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne. Mortifier le corps. La défiguration
comme iconoclasme de soi chez les Carmélites déchaussées de la Contre-Réforme
Comment / commentaire : Claire DOLAN, Université Laval
Session / Séance 3K
Cartesian Confrontations and Conversions in Eighteenth-Century France
Chair / président : Jeffrey D. BURSON, Georgia Southern University
Daniel J. WATKINS, The Ohio State University. From One Camp to Another: The
Philosophical and Religious Conversion of François de La Pillonnière, S.J.
Kara E. BARR, The Ohio State University. Cartesian Souls and Beastly Feelings: The
Problem of Animal Sentience in Condillac’s Traité des Animaux
Anton M. MATYTSIN, Stanford University. The Scientific Revolution Devours Its
Children: The Legacy of Descartes in the 18th Century
Comment / commentaire : Dale K. VAN KLEY, The Ohio State University
Session / Séance 3L
The Politics of Love and Hate, Friendship and Enmity in Medieval France Session #2
Chair / président : Christine ADAMS, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Paul DINGMAN, University of Rochester. Friendship as a Standard of Warrior Virtue in
The Alexandreis
François V. PAGEAU, University of Alberta. ‘Beaufort et Saveuses ont été en guerre
d’amis’ : Amitié, inimitié et réseaux politiques dans le procès de sorcellerie d’Arras,
1460-91
John W. MCCORMACK, University of Notre Dame. Serving and Loving the King in the
French Wars of Religion
Comment / commentaire : Emily J. HUTCHISON, Mount Royal University
Session / Séance 3M
Making and Breaking Social Bonds: Love, Punishment, and Prison during the French
Revolution
Chair / président : Jennifer HEUER, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Katie JARVIS, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 'Patriotic Discipline': Cloistered
Behinds, Public Judgment, and Female Violence in Revolutionary Paris
Meghan ROBERTS, Bowdoin College. Love and Butter: Choderlos de Laclos, Material
Objects, and Family Ties in Picpus Prison
Elaine KRUSE, Nebraska Wesleyan University. Jacques-Louis David’s 'The Sabine
Women': A Prisoner’s Artistic Salute to his Former Wife
Comment / commentaire : Jennifer HEUER, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Session / Séance 3N
Regards croisés sur le moment révolutionnaire
Chair / président : Claire CAGE, University of South Alabama
Liana VARDI, University at Buffalo, Suny. Reflections on the liberal nobility during the
French Revolution
Bryan BANKS, Florida State University. The Protestant Origins of the French Revolution,
1789-1865
Christine ZABEL, University of Duisburg-Essen. 'The show must go on'? Bankrupts and
Pleitiers dealing with failure in the French 18th Century
Comment / commentaire : Jill WALSHAW, University of Victoria
Session / Séance 3O
Commerce, Competition, and Colonial Reform: The French in India during the
Eighteenth Century
Chair / président : Anoush F. TERJANIAN, East Carolina University
Gregory T. MOLE, University of North Carolina. The Political Economy of Joseph
Dupleix: Mercantilism, Doux Commerce, and the Second Carnatic War, 1751-1754
Blake SMITH, Northwestern University. Balances of Trade and Power: Debating
France’s South Asia Policy, 1769-1789
Kenneth MARGERISON, Texas State University. The French Challenge to British Power
in India after the Seven Years’ War
Comment / commentaire : Thomas E. KAISER, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Session / Séance 3P
Labor on the Move: Migration, Work, and Race in Metropolitan and Colonial France
Chair / président : Steven ROWE, Chicago State University
Denise RODRÍGUEZ, Pennsylvania State University. Sisyphus’ Punishment: Views on
Labor at the Penal Colonies (1885-1938)
Michael A. KOZAKOWSKI, University of Chicago. Migrants in Motion, Migrant
Promotion: Transportation, Labor Integration, and the Politics of Difference in Postwar
France, 1944-1954
Julie KLEINMAN, Oberlin College. One Hundred Years of Struggle: Migrant Railway
Workers, Social Boundaries, and the Public Space of Labor (1910/2010)
Comment / commentaire : Joshua SCHREIER, Vassar College
Session / Séance 4A
Verbum Martis. Discours sur la guerre en France et dans les pays bourguignons au
Moyen Âge tardif
Chair / président : Michel HÉBERT, Université du Québec à Montréal
Michael DEPRETER, Aspirant au FRS-FNRS/Université libre de Bruxelles. L’artillerie
dans le discours du pouvoir aux confins des XVe et XVIe siècles : modalités et conditions
d’émergence à la lumière du cas burgondo-habsbourgeois
Jonathan DUMONT, Université de Liège. L’artillerie dans le discours politique aux
confins des XVe–XVIe siècles : le cas français
Alain MARCHANDISSE, Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique – FNRS / Université de Liège.
Raconter la guerre ou sa relation dans quelques « lettres de batailles » des XVe–XVIe
siècles
Christophe MASSON, Université de Liège – École française de Rome. Noble art ou engin
du diable ? L’arme à poudre dans quelques traités didactiques de l’espace francobourguignon. XIVe–XVIe siècles
Comment / commentaire : Kouky FIANU, Université d’Ottawa
Session / Séance 4B
Misfits and Misfires: the Other Wars of the French Revolution
Chair / président : David BELL, Princeton University
Julia OSMAN, Mississippi State University. From Kingpins to Outcasts: French Officers
in the Early Revolution
Thomas DODMAN, Boston College. When Emile went to War
Christopher TOZZI, Howard University. Revolutionary Armies: Disaggregating Military
Forces during the French Revolution
Comment / commentaire : Michael HUGHES, Iona College
Session / Séance 4C
Pacifism, Internationalism, and the Great War
Chair / président : Talbot IMLAY, Université Laval
Rémi FABRE, Université Paris-Est Créteil (Paris 12). Frédéric Passy et le Mouvement de
la paix en France du second Empire à la veille de la première guerre mondiale
Melanie A. BAILEY, Piedmont Virginia Community College. Squaring a Circle?:
Pre-WWI French Socialists and the Conundrum of Patriotic Internationalism
Ronald P. BOBROFF, Wake Forest University. France, the Franco-Russian Alliance, and
the Origins of the First World War
Comment / commentaire : Talbot IMLAY, Université Laval
Session / Séance 4D
Telling War Stories in Film: Identities Lost, Shaken or Rescued?
Chair / président : Kirrily FREEMAN, Saint Mary's University
Jennifer PAP, University of Denver. Writing for the Lost in Gance and Tavernier
Brett BOWLES, Indiana University, Bloomington. Nazi=French=American? War Crimes
and Public Memory in Marcel Ophuls' The Memory of Justice (1976)
Elizabeth CAMPBELL KARLSGODT, University of Denver. Heroism Real, Missed and
Imagined in George Clooney's The Monuments Men (2014)
Comment / commentaire : Sarah FISHMAN, University of Houston
Session / Séance 4E
War and socialist historians
Chair / président : Norman INGRAM, Concordia University
Julian WRIGHT, University of Durham. Jaurès, 1919: socialist culture on trial after the
First World War
Máire CROSS, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. The Impact of two world wars on a
socialist historian: J.L. Puech
Ellen CRABTREE, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Changing Histories: Madeleine
Rebérioux and the Franco-Algerian War
Comment / commentaire : Elinor ACAMPO, University of Southern California
Session / Séance 4F
From Culture de guerre to “Cultural Demobilization”: French Efforts to “Exit”
the Great War, 1916-1920
Chair / président : Pierre PURSEIGLE, Yale University/University of Warwick
Andrew ORR, Kansas State University. The Demobilization Paradox: the mobilization,
demobilization, and re-mobilization of women inside the French Army, 1915-1919
Gregory JACKSON, University of Utah. War and City Planning: Interpreting Colonial
Attitudes through Marseille’s Architecture (1916-1920)
Michael MCGUIRE, Salem State University. Démobiliser les paysans dans le pays
dévasté: Transatlantic sorties de guerre among Aisne, Meuse, and Somme farmers, 19181920
Comment / commentaire : Pierre PURSEIGLE, Yale University/University of Warwick
Session / Séance 4G
Retinking the 1820s in its diplomatic, political & cultural aspects
Chair / président : Carol HARRISON, University of South Carolina
Bill WEBER, California State University, Long Beach. Whose politics? Interaction
between theatrical and governmental issues affecting the Paris Opéra in the 1820s
Robert ALEXANDER, University of Victoria. Il s’agit pour eux d’être ou de ne pas être':
France debates military intervention in Spain in 1823
Elizabeth DELLA ZAZZERA, University of Pennsylvania. Literary Libel: Control of the
Press and its Opponents in 1820s Parisian Literary Journals
Comment / commentaire : Philip G NORD, Princeton University
Session / Séance 4H
Early Modern History in France: New Approaches and the Shape of the Field Part I
Chair / président : Hilary BERNSTEIN, University of California, Santa Barbara
Michael P. BREEN, Reed College. North American and French Histories of Early Modern
France: A New Generation of Debate and Dialogue
Hugues DAUSSY, Université de Franche-Comté. Ecrire une histoire politique de la
Réforme française (XVIe-XVIIe siècles)
Isabelle LUCIANI, Université d’Aix-Marseille. Écritures domestiques et récit de soi : de la
gestion du quotidien à l’appropriation de soi et du monde, XVIe - XVIIIe siècles
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 4I
Plants, Power, and French Colonialism in the Early Modern Period
Chair / président : Nicholas DEW, McGill University
Julia LANDWEBER, Montclair State University. Coffee Enters France: From Medical
Wonder to Cultivated Commodity
April G. SHELFORD, American University. For Profit and Patrie: The Circulation of
Agricultural Knowledge in 1760s Saint-Domingue
Elizabeth HYDE, Kean University. André Michaux and the Geopolitics of French BioProspecting in North America
Comment / commentaire : Lynn WOOD MOLLENAUER, University of North Carolina –
Wilmington
Session / Séance 4J
Fascism, Anti-Fascism, Anti-Liberalism and Anti-Semitism in French History
Chair / président : Karen ADLER, University of Nottingham
Michael SEIDMAN, University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Was the French Popular
Front antifascist?
Kevin PASSMORE, Cardiff University. The reception of Fascism and National Socialism
in France in the 1930s
Emile CHABAL, University of Edinburgh. Beyond capitalism? Anti-liberalism in
contemporary French politics
Romain DUPRÉ, Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. La joie contrariée. La presse
israélite française et l’antisémitisme en France au lendemain de l’affaire Dreyfus (19081914)
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 4K
Gender and the Regulation of Morality in the Third Republic
Chair / président : Elizabeth CAMPBELL KARLSGODT, Universit of Denver
Geoff READ, Huron University College. ‘Célibataire, lisez débauché’: Single Men and
the Demographic Panic in the Early Third Republic
Yolande COHEN, Université du Québec à Montréal. Féministes face à la prostitution en
France et au Canada (1880-1920)
Kirrily FREEMAN, Saint Mary's University. ‘The Fastest City in France’: Home Front
conflicts in World War I Vichy
Comment / commentaire : Libby MURPHY, Oberlin College
Session / Séance 4L
L’état colonial et les autochtones, XVIe-XIXe siècle (1)
Chair / président : Denys DELÂGE, Université Laval
Peter COOK, University of Victoria. 'Le Roy (que j’aime mieux nommer Capitaine)':
Changing French Perspectives on Indigenous Leadership in the Americas, 1503–1786
Gilles HAVARD, CNRS, « Mondes Américains », Paris. La monarchie française face à la
course des bois (1672-1715) : « extermination » ou légitimation?
Maxime GOHIER, Université du Québec à Montréal. Oralité, écriture et changement de
régime : les relations entre Amérindiens, Français et Britanniques à l¹époque de la
Conquête de la Nouvelle-France
Comment / commentaire : Massimiliano VAGHI, University of Milan
Session / Séance 4M
Suspending Political Judgment: The Skeptical Tradition and the Critique of Political
Authority in Pre- and Post-Revolutionary France / L’époche politique: la philosophie
sceptique et la critique de l’autorité politique dans la France pré- et postrévolutionnaire
Chair / président : Dan EDELSTEIN, Stanford University
Alan Charles KORS, University of Pennsylvania. Political skepticism in Holbach’s circle
Sébastien CHARLES, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Scepticisme et politique: le
cas Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville
Philip KNEE, Université Laval. Scepticisme et attentisme après la Révolution: le cas de
Jouffroy
Comment / commentaire : Anton MATYTSIN, Stanford University
Session / Séance 4N
Good Cops and Bad Cops : Policing, Reform and Public Opinion, 1750-1800
Chair / président : Lisa Jane GRAHAM, Haverford College
Vincent MILLIOT, Université de Caen-Basse-Normandie. Despotique ou éclairée ? La
police de Paris au temps des Lumières (d’après les « papiers » de J.C.P. Lenoir (17321807), lieutenant général de police)
Vincent DENIS, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. 'Instruments des factions' ou
'défenseurs des honnêtes gens'? Les commissaires et la refondation de la police de Paris
pendant la Révolution (1789-1795)
Michael KWASS, Johns Hopkins University. Policing Contraband: The Farm and the
Public in the Age of Enlightenment
Comment / commentaire : Howard G. BROWN, Binghamton University, SUNY
Session / Séance 4O
From the Second Empire to the Beginnings of the Third Republic: Revolution,
Violence and the Colonial Impulse
Chair / président : Patricia LORCIN, University of Minnesota
Margaret WERTH, University of Delaware. Violence and Comic Masculinity in France,
1868-1874
Christina CARROLL, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Redefining the Second
Empire: Napoleon III’s Royaume Arabe
Brady BROWER, Weber State University. The natural law of association: Alfred Espinas
and animal societies
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 4P
Politics, Culture and Modernity in the Francophone World
Chair / président : Tony STEINHOFF, Université du Québec à Montréal
Elodie SALMON, Université de Paris-Sorbonne. De la France coloniale à la francophonie
: histoire sémantique d'un Empire déchu
Michelle M. PINTO, New York University. Africans at the ENFOM: Individuals,
Institutions, and Africanization in France and Africa, 1956-1960
Patricia GOLDSWORTHY, Western Oregon University. Colonizing Culture, Culturing the
Colonies: Modernity and Conquest in Lumière Cinematography
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 5A
French Revolutionary Wars and Neighborly Sovereignty
Chair / président : Pierre SERNA, IHRF, Université de Paris I Panthéon- Sorbonne
Marianne ELLIOTT, University of Liverpool. Wolfe Tone, early Irish Republicanism and
the French Revolution
Annie JOURDAN, University of Amsterdam. The ‘funny’ War of 1795: The liberation of
the United Provinces by the French Army
Janet POLASKY, University of New Hampshire. Planting the Trees of Liberty
Comment / commentaire : Johnson Kent WRIGHT, Arizona State University
Session / Séance 5B
Entre guerre et paix : mobilisation et démobilisation culturelle (1914-1950)
Chair / président : John HORNE, Trinity College, Dublin
Tomas IRISH, Trinity College, Dublin. Between the Nation and the Institution: Harvard’s
Professorial Exchange with France during the First World War
Marie-Eve CHAGNON, Université de Montréal. La fin de l’internationalisme scientifique ?
Le processus de démobilisation de la science française au lendemain de la guerre
Guillaume MARCEAU, Université Concordia. Démobilisation culturelle au lendemain de
la seconde guerre mondiale : la France et les États-Unis face au dilemme de la
propagande en démocratie
Comment / commentaire : Andrew BARROS, Université du Québec à Montréal
Session / Séance 5C
France and Germany in the Mid-Twentieth Century: Peace, War, and Two
Occupations
Chair / président : Sandy OTT, University of Nevada, Reno
Matthew PEAPLE, Independent scholar. Building a New Europe or Double Game? Otto
Abetz and Franco-German Youth Relations, 1929 – 1933
Fritz TAUBERT, Université de Bourgogne. Strategies of Self-Justification: How the
French and German Members of the “Groupe Collaboration” Tried to Integrate
Themselves into the Democratic System after the “années noires” in France
Drew FLANAGAN, Brandeis University. The Boundaries of the West: Re-Civilizing the
French Zone of Occupation in Germany, 1945-1949
Comment / commentaire : Julia TORRIE, St. Thomas University.
Session / Séance 5D
Cultural Convergences? Sports, Cultural Politics, and Social Reform in the Interwar
Period and Vichy
Chair / président : Sean KENNEDY, University of New Brunswick
Keith RATHBONE, Northwestern University. Léo Lagrange and the Extreme Right:
Cultural Convergences between the Political Left and Right during the Popular Front
Mattie FITCH, Yale University. Contested Cultural Politics in France’s Popular Front
Caroline CAMPBELL, University of North Dakota. The 1939 International Social Progress
Exhibition in Lille and Roubaix: Convergences between the Far Right and Popular Front
Comment / commentaire : Kevin PASSMORE, Cardiff University
Session / Séance 5E
Modernity and its Discontents in Nineteenth-Century France
Chair / président : David HOPKIN, University of Oxford
Stewart MCCAIN, University of Oxford, with the generous support of the Society for the
Study of French History (UK). Modernity and the Language of the People: The
Coqueberts de Montbret and the Patois of France, 1806-1812
Jean-Michel JOHNSTON, University of Oxford, with the generous support of the Society
for the Study of French History (UK). Changing Contexts: The Transformation of the
Seine-et-Oise during the French Second Empire
William G. POOLEY, University of Oxford, with the generous support of the Society for
the Study of French History (UK). Sapped to Death: Bodies and Environmental Change
in the Landes de Gascogne, c. 1815-1920
Comment / commentaire : Stéphane GERSON, New York University
Session / Séance 5F
Outside of the Center: Peripheral and Transnational Protests in 20th Century France
Chair / président : Charles HOLDEN, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Ian GERMANI, University of Regina. Protest on the Periphery: Anti-War Demonstrations
in Paris, 1911-1914
Burleigh HENDRICKSON, Northeastern University. 'On réprime ici, on réprime là-bas':
Paris as a Postcolonial Site of Third World Protest in les années 68
Comment / commentaire : William KEYLOR, Boston University
Session / Séance 5G
Religious Toleration and Religious Control in Early French Algeria
Chair / président : Elizabeth FOSTER, Tufts University
Gavin MURRAY-MILLER, Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte. Framing MultiConfessionalism: Tolerance, Religious Pluralism and Secularism in the Nineteenth
Century
Rachel EVA SCHLEY, University of California at Los Angeles. Governing by Force and
Tolerance: the Conquest of Algiers and Algerians
Kyle FRANCIS, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. A Mission Divided:
Jesuits, Lazarists and the struggle for patronage in early French Algeria
Comment / commentaire : Elizabeth FOSTER, Tufts University
Session / Séance 5H
New Perspectives on Post-Colonial Politics in the Cold War Era
Chair / président : Mary D. LEWIS, Harvard University
Megan BROWN, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Pied-Noir
Repatriation and the Shaping of European Citizenship
Jessica NAMAKKAL, Duke University. From Colonial Citizen to Model Minority:
Decolonization and the French-Indian Subject
Moshik TEMKIN, Harvard University. Travel Control, Surveillance, Deportation: State
Responses to Student Activism in the Early Era of Françafrique
Comment / commentaire : Gillian GLAES, Carroll College
Session / Séance 5I
La France en guerre, 15e-17e siècle
Chair / président : Hervé DRÉVILLON, Paris I
Zita ROHR, University of Sydney. Per ben e paciffacacion de son rialme - For the good
and pacification of his kingdom
Caroline MAILLET-RAO, University of Alberta. Négocier même en temps de guerre : la
ligne politique adoptée par les dévots Morgues et Marillac lors de la guerre de la
Succession de Mantoue (1628-1630)
Comment / commentaire : Michel DE WAELE, Université Laval
Session / Séance 5J
Early Modern History in France: New Approaches and the Shape of the Field Part II
Chair / président : Michael P. BREEN, Reed College
Claire CHATELAIN, CNRS/IRHIS. Positions et rôles dans la parenté : ce que fait le lien
sur les individus (XVIe-XVIIIe siècle, Paris, élites urbaines)
Elie HADDAD, CNRS / CRH. Une histoire sociale de la noblesse française d'Ancien
Régime : parenté nobiliaire, pouvoir seigneurial et puissance sociopolitique du second
ordre
Short Roundtable Discussion: Hilary J. BERNSTEIN (moderator), Michael P. BREEN,
Claire CHATELAIN, Hugues DAUSSY, Elie HADDAD, Isabelle LUCIANI
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 5K
War, Migration and Decolonisation
Chair / président : Christopher GOSCHA, Université du Québec à Montréal
Louisa ZANOUN, Génériques, Paris. French decolonisation through the prism of war and
colonial immigration, 1914-1940
Louisa RICE, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. On ‘mystification:’ West-African
students and the discourse of anti-colonialism in France c.1950-1960
Michelle MANN, Brandeis University. Defenders and Oppressors of Islam? The Politics
of Pro-Muslim Propaganda in France and Germany, 1914-1918
Comment / commentaire : Samuel KALMAN, St. Francis Xavier University
Session / Séance 5L
Political trials in the French Revolution
Chair / président : Carla HESSE, University of California Berkeley
Mette HARDER, SUNY Oneonta. In my enemy’s eyes: facing political trials in the French
Revolution
Marisa LINTON, Kingston University London. The Danton Affair Revisited
Howard G. BROWN, Binghamton University, SUNY. Faction and Fiction: The Limits of
Justice in the Lyonnais, 1795-99
Comment / commentaire : Laura MASON, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Session / Séance 5M
Governing on the Ground: Administrative Practices and Personnel in the Early
Modern French Atlantic
Chair / président : Nathan PERL-ROSENTHAL, University of Southern California
Helen DEWAR, McGill University. Government by Trading Company: The Compagnie de
la Nouvelle France, the Communauté des Habitants, and Colonial Administration, 16271663
Will BROWN, Johns Hopkins University. Fashioning a New Self, Promoting a New
Venture: Joseph-Antoine Lefebvre de La Barre Seeks a Reading Public
Katherine MCDONOUGH, Stanford University. Administrative Archives: Surveys of 18thcentury Road Construction Sites in Rural Brittany
Comment / commentaire : Chandra MUKERJI, University of California (San Diego)
Session / Séance 5N
Digitizing the French Enlightenment: A Discussion of Three Digital Humanities
Projects
Chair / président : Sean TAKATS, George Mason University
Dan EDELSTEIN, Stanford University. Mapping the Republic of Letters (Stanford)
Simon BURROWS, University of Western Sydney. The French Book Trade in the
Enlightenment (Leeds)
Jeff RAVEL, Massachussetts Institute of Technology. The Comédie-Française Registers
Project (MIT)
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 5O
L’état colonial et les autochtones, XVIe-XIXe siècle (2)
Chair / président : Denys DELÂGE, Université Laval
Dominique DESLANDRES, Université de Montréal. Tentations d’empire dans l’espace
français d’ancien régime, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle
Alain BEAULIEU, Université du Québec à Montréal. Aux origines des réserves indiennes
du Québec : le cas des missions de la vallée du Saint-Laurent
Isabelle BOUCHARD, Université du Québec à Montréal. Pouvoir politique autochtone et
administration des terres : le cas de Kahnawake au début du XIXe siècle
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 5P
Socialism and the State in the Revolutionary Nineteenth Century
Chair / président : Erika VAUSE, Saint Xavier University
Edward CASTLETON, Université de Franche-Comté. Who should pay the Leviathan?
Taxation and French Anti-Statist Social and Economic Thought, 1848-1861
Alban BARGAIN-VILLÉGER, York University. From Middle-of-the-Road Republican to
Reactionary Socialist: General Gustave Cluseret’s Multiform Crusade Against
Capitalism
Julia NICHOLLS, Queen Mary, University of London. Freedom, federalism, and the State
in French revolutionary thought 1871-1885
Comment / commentaire : K. Steven VINCENT, North Carolina State University
Session / Séance 6A
The Politics of Obligation, 18th and 20th Century France
Chair / président : David A. BELL, Princeton University
Julia ABRAMSON, University of Oklahoma. 'Money Workers', Tax, and the Problem of
Representation in the mid-Eighteenth Century 'Roman de finance'
Charles WALTON, University of Warwick. The Birth of 'Reciprocity' in Enlightenment
France
Nicolas DELALANDE, Sciences Po. 'La Dette' des Gueules cassées: Public Subscriptions,
Moral Obligation, and the Memory of War in 1931-1933
Comment / commentaire : Natalie ZEMON DAVIS, University of Toronto
Session / Séance 6B
Titre :
Chair / président :
Donal HASSETT, European University Institute. Rewarding Sacrifice: Debating Colonial
Reform in French Algeria in the Shadow of the Great War
Samir SAUL, Université de Montréal. Découpage colonial et nation-building : regards
français sur les suites de l’accord Sykes-Picot (1916-1946)
Emmanuelle SAADA, Columbia University. ‘War’ in the History and Historiography of
Colonial Algeria
Sarah WOOD, University of Manchester. An 'interior’ war on the margins of France: the
Surinamese Civil War and Guyane, 1986-1996
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 6C
Memoires locales en marge de la mémoire nationale
Chair / président : Eric JENNINGS, University of Toronto
Oonagh HAYES, Universit t T ingen – Paris X - Nanterre. Monuments aux Mortes? Un
évènement, trois monuments et des milliers de tonnes d'explosifs
Sebastian DÖDERLEIN, Concordia University. Ce que disent les contrôles postaux :
La population alsacienne-lorraine et les sorties de guerre en 1918
Audrey MALLET, Concordia University – Université Panthéon-Sorbonne. L’héritage
indésirable de Vichy
Comment / commentaire : Eric JENNINGS, University of Toronto
Session / Séance 6D
Reminiscences of/at war: French memories and memories of France in the post-1945
world
Chair / président : Bill IRVINE, York University
Valerie DEACON, NYU. ‘Listen very carefully, I shall say ‘zis only once’: Revisiting
Anglo-American memories of the French Resistance
Kathryn EDWARDS, Bucknell University. Where to Bury Bigeard? The Politics of
Remembrance and the Wars of Decolonization
Kate C. LEMAY, Auburn University-Montgomery. Competing Memories in Provence:
American and French Commemoration of World War II
Comment / commentaire : Bill IRVINE, York University
Session / Séance 6E
Health and Disease in the First World War
Chair / président : Martha HANNA, University of Colorado-Boulder
Elinor ACCAMPO, University of Southern California. ‘Dropping like Flies’ on the Home
Front: Memories of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic and World War I
Cherilyn LACY, Hartwick College. Bloody Days and Tragic Nights: Parisian Hospitals
During the First World War
Adam ZIENTEK, Stanford University. Sanitation on the Western Front and the 1918
Pandemic
Comment / commentaire : Margaret H. DARROW, Dartmouth College
Session / Séance 6F
Books and Bodies in the Eighteenth Century
Chair / président : Jeff RAVEL
Mary K. GAYNE, James Madison University. Livre d’Estampes de L'Art de Coiffure des
Dames Françoises: Legros de Rumigny's Use of Published Texts as Technical Guides
Jennifer J. DAVIS, University of Oklahoma. From Page to Practice: Cookbooks,
Pornography, and the Limites of Textual Instruction in Eighteenth-Century France
Heidi KELLER-LAPP, Eleanor Roosevelt College, University of California at San Diego.
Following Recipes: Ursuline Apothecaries in Eighteenth-Century Paris
Comment / commentaire : Kathleen WELLMAN, Southern Methodist University
Session / Séance 6G
Sexual Histories and Sexual Subjects in Eighteenth-Century France
Chair / président : Michael SIBALIS, Wilfrid Laurier University
Katie CRAWFORD, Vanderbilt University. Eunuchs and the Effects of Corporeal
Instability in Eighteenth-Century France
Lisa Jane GRAHAM, Haverford College. Between Facts and Fictions: Sexual History in
Eighteenth-Century France
Nina KUSHNER, Clark University. Libertines, Sodomites, and Whores: Sexual Subjectivity
in Eighteenth-Century France
Comment / commentaire : Pamela CHEEK, University of New Mexico
Session / Séance 6H
French Medicine and War: Notions of Progress from the Enlightenment to the First
World War
Chair / président : Thomas DODMAN, Boston College
Rudy LE MENTHÉOUR, Bryn Mawr College. Improving Mankind or Preparing for War?
The Ambiguities of Eugenics in 18th-Century France
Erica CHARTERS, University of Oxford. Medical Innovation during War and Peace:
Structures of Knowledge and Naval Medicine during the Eighteenth Century
Patricia PRESTWICH, University of Alberta. Diagnosing War Trauma: The Practice of
Military Psychiatry during the First World War
Comment / commentaire : Thomas DODMAN, Boston College
Session / Séance 6I
Titre :
Chair / président : Tony STEINHOFF, Université du Québec à Montréal
Evan L. SPRITZER, New York University. Establishing a profession, abetting the state:
French radio reporters on the air, 1944-1950
C.W. Nicholas SORRIE, London School of Economics. The Establishment and
Consequences of the French Censorship System During the Great War
Jeffrey Ryan HARRIS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Eye of Chabrol:
Women, Collaboration, and Complicity in L’Oeil de Vichy
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 6J
New Social Categories in Contemporary France
Chair / président : William A. PENISTON, Librarian, The Newark Museum
Luke EILDERTS, Southern Connecticut State University. HOMMEN: The World’s Most
Homoerotic Anti‐Gay Protesters
Scott GUNTHER, Wellesley College. How ‘Bobos’ (Bourgeois--‐Bohemians) Became
French
Denis M. PROVENCHER, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Being ‘GBG’ (Gay,
Beur et Gros): the Queer Maghrebi Fat Kid Strikes Back
Comment / commentaire : William POULIN-DELTOUR, Middlebury College
Session / Séance 6K
Geographies of health and humanitarianism: France and the United Nations in
Postwar Europe and Africa
Chair / président : Laurence MONNAIS, Université de Montréal
Laure HUMBERT, University of Exeter. Between international imperatives and national
concerns: Refugee humanitarianism in French occupied Germany, 1945-1947
Jessica PEARSON-PATEL, Tulane University. Mapping the colonial boundaries of
international health: the World Health Organization in French North Africa, 1945-1956
Sarah COOK, Columbia University. Territorializing Disease: Mobile Health Teams and
Independence in Francophone Africa, 1957-1970
Comment / commentaire : Deborah NEILL, York University
Session / Séance 6L
Legislating the Family in France and the World, 1850-1950
Chair / chair : Jean Elisabeth PEDERSEN, University of Rochester
Molly GIBLIN, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Marriage Rites: Race,
Gender, and Legitimacy in a Nineteenth-Century Franco-Chinese Union
Jessie HEWITT, University of San Francisco. À la folie, pas du tout: Madness, Marriage,
and Divorce in Late Nineteenth-Century France
Margaret COOK ANDERSEN, University of Tennessee. The National Revolution in
Morocco: The Office de la Famille Française and Settler Family Policy
Comment / commentaire : Jean Elisabeth PEDERSEN, University of Rochester
Session / Séance 6M
Revisiting the Revisionists: New Looks at Challenges to the Revolution's Legacy from
the '60s to the Bicentennial
Chair / président : Lloyd S. KRAMER, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
John L. HARVEY, St Cloud State University. The American Critique of French
Revolutionary History: Nature, Emergence, and Meaning
Michael Scott CHRISTOFFERSON, Adelphi University. François Furet's 'Le catechisme
revolutionnaire' (1971) Revisited
Hugo FREY, University of Chichester. The Danton (1983) Controversy Revisited: a 'Film
Event' and its Legacy
Comment / commentaire : Lloyd S. KRAMER, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Session / Séance 6N
Paris, Capital of the Terror
Chair / président : Marisa LINTON, Kingston University
Micah ALPAUGH, University of Central Missouri. Jacobins and Sans-Culottes: Rise and
Decline of a Collaborative Relationship
Pierre SERNA, Université de Paris I. Calme sérénité et harmonie dans le Paris de 1793,
ou les enjeux républicains de la fondation de la ménagerie du museum
Timothy TACKETT, University of California, Irvine. The Panic of March 1793 and the
Institutionalization of the Terror
Comment / commentaire : Alan FORREST, York University
Session / Séance 6O
Les relations de la France avec l'Orient aux 17e et 18e siècles
Chair / président : Nicholas DEW, McGill University
Felicia GOTTMANN, University of Warwick. Illicit Consumption, Smuggling, and the
French State: Toiles Peintes and Asian Textiles 1680-1760
Massimiliano VAGHI, Université de Milan. Paris 1763, «la paix la plus honteuse qu’eut
signée la France depuis le traité de Bretigny». Les élites françaises face à la perte de
l’Inde (1763-1783)
Irini APOSTOLOU, University of Athens. Les Antiquaires français et le voyage en
Méditerranée orientale XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 6P
Reevaluating the Radical Left after May ‘68
Chair / président : Nat GODLEY, Alverno College
Ron HAAS, Texas State University/University of the Incarnate Word. Charles Fourier
and the French New Left
Stéphanie JEANJEAN, Pace University. Views on 1970s Socio-Political and Intellectual
Conflicts: Jean Genet and Women Collectives Making Militant Video
Salar MOHANDESI, University of Pennsylvania. French Maoism and Class Struggle after
May 68
Comment / commentaire : Michael BEHRENT, Appalachian State University
Session / Séance 7A
Shifting Shapes, Long Shadows: Past, Present, Memory and the Influence of the Great
War in France, 1919-2014
Chair / président : John HELLMAN, McGill University
Gearóid BARRY, National University of Ireland, Galway. A ‘political religion’ of peace?
Religious internationalism, secular internationalism and the pre-history of Christian
pacifism in France, 1909-22
Marie-Michèle DOUCET, Université de Montréal. « C’est à nous, les femmes, qu’incombe
le devoir de rapprocher les peuples » : les pacifistes françaises, la réconciliation francoallemande et le souvenir de la Grande Guerre (1919-1925)
Peter FARRUGIA, Wilfrid Laurier University. Unending Interrogation, Unending
Interpenetration: L’Historial de la Grande Guerre and the Past through Present Eyes
Martin LABERGE, Université du Québec en Outaouais. À l’ombre de la Grande Guerre:
décideurs et citoyens français face à la réduction des armements navals, 1919-1930
Comment / commentaire : Michael CLINTON, Gwynedd-Mercy University
Session / Séance 7B
Architecture of Love and War
Chair / président : Edward HOULE, McGill University
Paul HOLMQUIST, McGill University. Cannons in the Val d’Amour: The Ambivalent
Coincidence of philia and the Revolutionary Wars in the Ideal City of Claude-Nicolas
Ledoux
Olaf RECKTENWALD, McGill University. War and Décor: Jean Mondon le fils and the
Rocaille Ornamental Engraving
Ron JELACO, McGill University. Colbert’s Architecture: and the Impediments of Louvois
and War
Comment / commentaire : Louise PELLETIER, Université du Québec à Montréal
Session / Séance 7C
Exporting French Culture: Diplomacy through French Institutions in Post-1945
Europe and African Colonies
Chair / président : Harry GAMBLE, College of Wooster
Rachel KANTROWITZ, New York University, with the generous support of the Society for
the Study of French History (UK). A French School in Every Village: Postwar French
Cultural Politics in West Africa
Charlotte FAUCHER, Queen Mary, University of London, with the generous support of the
Society for the Study of French History (UK). The Renewal of French Cultural
Diplomacy in Postwar London
Madeline BEDECARRÉ, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, with the generous
support of the Society for the Study of French History (UK). Notre Librairie: A Case
Study of French Cultural Intervention in Africa
Comment / commentaire : Janet HORNE, University of Virginia
Session / Séance 7D
Wars of Public Interest
Chair / président : Joshua COLE, University of Michigan
Peter SOPPELSA, University of Oklahoma. Paris in the Global ‘War on Rats,’ 1890s–
1920s
Heloise FINCH-BOYER, UK National Maritime Museum. A War on Wood: Tropical
Modernist Urban Form and Cyclone-Proof Housing in La Réunion 1946-1966
Catherine E. CLARK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. ‘C’était Paris en 1970:’
Amateur Photographers in a War Against Forgetting
Comment / commentaire : Shannon FOGG, Missouri University of Science and
Technology
Session / Séance 7E
Race, Labor, & Empire in the First World War and its Aftermath
Chair / président : Patricia LORCIN, University of Minnesota
Steven ROWE, Chicago State University. Who was Tchang Chou Yunem? A Tale of
Violence, Race, & the Policing of Chinese Laborers in World War I France
Elizabeth WILLIAMS, Georgetown University. Labor, Land, and the “Politics of
Difference”: The Cadastre and its Technicians in French Mandate Syria and Lebanon
Nat GODLEY, Alverno College. The 1939 Sahel Strike: The Algerian wine industry and
worker mobilization
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 7F
Lorsque la politique et la guerre révolutionnaire inventent le mâle français….
Chair / président : Pierre SERNA, IHRF, Université de Paris I Panthéon- Sorbonne
Jennifer HEUER, University of Massachessets at Amherst. Does marriage make—or
unmake—the citizen-soldier?
Virginie MARTIN, Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. De l’ambassadeur «
efféminé » de l’Ancien Régime au diplomate « mâle » de la République : la diplomatie à
l’épreuve d’une mutation de genre
Hervé DRÉVILLON, Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Soldats, citoyens … et
hommes
Comment / commentaire : Alan FORREST, University of York
Session / Séance 7G
Guerre et paix dans l'histoire de l'Indochine française
Chair / président : Christopher GOSCHA, Université du Québec à Montréal
Christopher GOSCHA, Université du Québec à Montréal. Les Français de l'Indochine à
Saigon de 1944 à 1947
Charles P. KEITH, Michigan State University. Independence from Afar: 1945 and the
Vietnamese Community in France
Phi Vân E. NGUYEN, Université du Québec à Montréal. Les rancoeurs d'une
décolonisation imparfaite: Les réfugiés du Nord de 1954 face à la France postcoloniale
(1954-1964)
Frédéric ROY, Université du Québec à Montréal. Guerres et urbanisation au Cambodge
(1949-1975)
Comment / commentaire : Agathe LARCHER, Traductrice indépendante
Session / Séance 7H
Les conséquences de la seconde guerre mondiale sur la consommation des Français
Chair / président : Samir SAUL, Université de Montréal.
Sabine EFFOSSE, Université de Paris Ouest. L’impact de la seconde guerre mondiale sur
la consommation à crédit en France
Isabelle GAILLARD, Université Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble. Le marché de la
télévision : un marché « retardé » par la guerre ?
Olivier LONDEIX, Université de Paris Ouest. La distribution des biens de consommation
alimentaires en France après la seconde guerre
Comment / commentaire : Rebecca PULJU, Kent State University
Session / Séance 7I
Le goût de l'archive judiciaire
Chair / président : Pascal BASTIEN, UQAM
Etienne DE SÈVE, Université du Québec à Montréal. Une analyse des arrêts criminels des
nouveaux magistrats de la Tournelle du Parlement de Paris durant la réforme du
chancelier Maupeou (1771-1774)
Mima C. PETROVIC, Ryerson University. Soldiering and Bigamy in Early Modern France
Steven BEDNARSKI, University of Waterloo. A Poisoned Past: The Private “War” of
Margarida de Portu
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 7J
Activités non-agricoles et la commercialisation des campagnes de la Méditerranée
française au Moyen Age
Chair / président : Francine MICHAUD, U. Calgary
Catherine VERNA, Paris-8. Les bouchers et l’industrie dans les campagnes du Vallespir
(XVe siècle)
John DRENDEL, UQAM. Marchés et négociants dans les villages provençaux au début du
14e siècle
Christophe VASCHALDE, Université d'Aix-Marseille. De la campagne à la ville : formes
de la production et de la commercialisation de la chaux en Provence et en Languedoc au
Moyen Âge
Comment / commentaire : Francine MICHAUD, U. Calgary
Session / Séance 7K
Insiders and outsiders in early modern communities
Chair / président : James COLLINS, Georgetown University
Angela HAAS, University of Maine at Orono. Medical Marvels and Community Bonds in
Eighteenth-Century France
Jeremy HAYHOE, Université de Moncton. Rural communities and the integration of
migrants in eighteenth-century Burgundy
Victoria LOUCKS, University of Toronto. The French franchise du quartier and strategies
of resistance in early modern Rome
Comment / commentaire : James COLLINS, Georgetown University
Session / Séance 7L
Session / Séance 7M
Ideology and difficulty when letting slip the dogs of war in Louisquatorzian France
Chair / président : Darryl DEE, Wilfrid Laurier University
Phil MCCLUSKEY, University of Sheffield. 'Enemies of the Christian Name': Echoes of
Holy War in Louis XIV’s France
John CONDREN, University of St Andrews. 'C'est le nature des italiens d'être lents dans
ce qu'ils ne font pas pour eux': the French missions in north Italy in the early stages of
the Nine Years War
Mark BRYANT, University of Chichester. Apocalypse Nigh: The Aftermath of Oudenarde
and Military Imbroglio of 1708
Comment / commentaire : W. Gregory MONAHAN, Eastern Oregon University
Session / Séance 7N
Genius, Celebrity, and the Self: Visions of Singularity and Transcendence in 18thcentury France
Chair / président : Kathleen KETE, Trinity College
Anthony LA VOPA, North Carolina State. The Fuss about Genius in 18th-century France
Antoine LILTI, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. Un 'bénéfice à charge
d'âmes': Grandeur et servitudes de la célébrité
Darrin M. MCMAHON, Florida State University. Liberty, Equality, Singularity: The
Political Possibilities of Genius
Comment / commentaire : Sophia ROSENFELD, University of Virginia
Session / Séance 7O
Politique et architecture dans le Maroc et en Algérie au 19e siècle
Chair / président :
Sylvain CORNAC, Université du Québec à Montréal. Le dernier lieutenant d’Abdelkader :
Ben Salem et la menace algérienne en Syrie ottomane (1847-1856)
M'hammedi MOUNA, Département du Patrimoine de l’Ecole Nationale d’Architecture
Rabat Maroc. Le Maroc ou la construction d’une colonie à travers une politique urbaine
et architecturale originale
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 7P
Interesting Times? France faces the post-war world, 1946-1969
Chair / président :
Jean-Marc REGNAULT, chercheur associé au Laboratoire de recherche Gouvernance et
Développement insulaire ou GDI de l’Université de la Polynésie française. La France
métropolitaine et ses outre-mers face à la menace nucléaire, 1946-1969
Maryliz RACINE, Université Laval/Université d'Aix-Marseille. La France de la IVe
République : une puissance continentale?
Jean-Bruno MUKANYA KANINDA-MUANA, Université de Montréal. Course contre la
montre : la France, la Belgique et les projets de grands barrages africains, 1955-1960
Comment / commentaire : The audience
Session / Séance 8A
La presse québécoise : vecteur d’information sur la guerre et promoteur de la paix
Chair / président :
Dominique MARQUIS, Université du Québec à Montréal. La Paix, un don de Dieu : La
Vérité, la fin de la guerre et les négociations de paix – 1917-1920
Micheline CAMBRON, Université de Montréal. La guerre et la paix dans la Patrie de
1918-1919
Pierre ANCTIL, Université d’Ottawa. ‘Le Canadien de langue française n’est pas un
Européen’. Le journal Le Devoir face aux deux guerres mondiales
Comment / commentaire : Mourad DJEBABLA
Session / Séance 8B
Les tirailleurs sénégalais : un parcours historique et mémoriel
Chair / président :
Amadou BÂ, Université Laurentienne. La longue aventure des tirailleurs sénégalais dans
les armées coloniales françaises : tentatives d'explications des principales motivations de
leur recrutement
Patrick DRAMÉ, Université de Sherbrooke. Dupont et Demba ou l’odyssée mémorielle
d’une stèle coloniale au Sénégal
Christopher GOSCHA, Université du Québec à Montréal
Session / Séance 8C
The French in India: Commerce, Law, War
Chair / président : Jessica NAMAKKAL, Duke University
Erin M. GREENWALD, The Historic New Orleans Collection. Abandoning Louisiana,
Embracing India: The French Company of the Indies in the 1720s and ’30s
Danna AGMON, Virginia Tech. The Customs of Empire and Customary Law: Courts of
Law in Eighteenth-Century Pondichéry, India
Akhila YECHURY, St. Andrews University. Collaboration or Resistance: The Dilemmas
of a Marginal French Colony
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 8D
Politics as War Narrative: How Memories of Violence Have Framed Political Debate
in Modern France, 1815-1962
Chair / président : Joshua COLE, University of Michigan
Rebecca K. MCCOY, Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania. The Legacy of the White
Terror in Languedoc During the Restoration and the July Monarchy: Religion, Politics
and Memory
Heather M. BENNETT, University of Pennsylvania. Aux Urnes Citoyens! Revolutionary
Legacies at the Forefront of Contemporary Politics: The Crisis of 16 May and the
October Elections of 1877
Ethan KATZ, University of Cincinnati. ‘Find Me a Nazi!’: Efforts to Frame the FrancoAlgerian War as a Sequel to World War II
Comment / commentaire : Laird BOSWELL, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session / Séance 8E
J'ai faim! J'ai peur! Food, Fear, and Change in Interwar France
Chair / président : Steve ZDATNY, University of Vermont
Kyri W. CLAFLIN, Boston University. ‘Un tableau déjà noir’: La Viande Chère and the
Case for Industrial Abattoirs After the Great War
Lauren JANES, Hope College. Eating with Cannibals: Cannibalism and the Fear of the
Colonial Other in Interwar France
Rachel E. BLACK, Boston University. La Cuisine des Mères Lyonnaises: Food, Gender,
and the Making of a Culinary Capital
Comment / commentaire : Steve ZDATNY, University of Vermont, and the Audience
Session / Séance 8F
The Impact of War on the Civilian Population from the French Revolution to the
Second World War
Chair / président : Benoît LEMAY, Royal Military College of Canada
Emanuele SICA, Royal Military College of Canada. Aux Temps Des Italiens: the Impact
of the Italian military occupation of Southeastern France on the local population, 19401943
Colin FOSS, Yale University. Odd Men Out: Foreigners in Paris during the Siege of
1870-1871
Fergus ROBSON, Trinity College Dublin. The Aveyronnais during the Revolutionary and
Napoleonic Wars: how two decades of distant wars determined enduring attitudes to the
state
Comment / commentaire : Valerie DEACON, New York University.
[email protected]
Session / Séance 8G
Titre :
Chair / président : Cylvie CLAVEAU, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Luc-André BRUNET, London School of Economics. ‘Nous serons les successeurs, sinon
les héritiers de Vichy’: Maintaining Vichy’s New Industrial Order in Liberated France
Philip D. FILERI, Harvard University. From Third-Worldism to Europeanism: The Rise of
the Reformist French Left, 1973-1981
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 8H
Titre :
Chair / président :
Isabelle DENIS, affiliation unclear. Mayotte: une colonie française de l’océan Indien dans
la Grande Guerre
Yoshina HURGOBIN, Syracuse University. Notions of Citizenship(s) in La Réunion during
World War I
Alexander MAJOR, Université de Montréal. Shared Shanghai: The French and the
International Community during the Great War
Rachel M. WHITE, Yale University. Legacy of the Resistance: CIMADE’s Contestation of
the State and France's colonial wars, 1940-62
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 8I
Titre :
Chair / président : Maire CROSS, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Whitney KRAHN, New York University. ‘Si un ennemi brûle notre maison’: Reading
Viollet-le-Duc’s Constructions After 1871
Catherine T. DUNLOP, Montana State University. The Cartographic Reconstruction of
France, 1871-1877
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 8J
Les Sciences Sociales et Humaines in Postwar France
Chair / président : Stefanos GEROULANOS, New York University
T. Scott JOHNSON, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Malthus, Marx,
and the Third World: Demography and History at the Onset of North African Political
Modernity
James CHAPPEL, Duke University. François Perroux: From Authoritarian Corporatism
to Development Economics
Danilo SCHOLZ, École des hautes études en sciences sociales. Anthropology against
Hegel: What François Châtelet Learned From Pierre Clastres
Comment / Commentaire : Camille ROBCIS, Cornell University
Session / Séance 8K
Automobilisme et francophonie : une culture du volant distinctive ?
Chair / président : Stephen HARP, University of Akron
Godefroy DESROSIERS-LAUZON, Université du Québec à Montréal. L'expérience de la
route de la Floride pour les Canadiens francophones, depuis 1945
Etienne FAUGIER, Université de Neuchâtel. « Macadam à deux voies » : les cultures de
l’automobile et la francophonie (France/Québec)
Valentin SCHNEIDER, University of Nottingham. Approche croisée de l'automobilisme
français et allemand : la construction d'une identité automobile en opposition à l'autre
Comment / commentaire : Stephen HARP, University of Akron
Session / Séance 8L
Titre :
Chair / président : Kouky FIANU, Université d’Ottawa
Olivia CARPI, Université de Picardie-Jules Verne. À la recherche d’une paix de ville. La
politique municipale de pacification dans les villes du Nord de la France pendant et
après les guerres de Religion
Lyse ROY, Université du Québec à Montréal. Guerre et paix : la visite du royaume de
France par Charles Quint, 1539-1540
Véronique GARRIGUES, chercheure associée au laboratoire FRAMESPA - Toulouse 2.
'Honneur de nostre sexe' : Renée d’Amboise entre deux guerres à la fin du XVIe siècle
Comment / commentaire : The Audience
Session / Séance 8M
Degeneracy, Depopulation and Disease: Women's Health Concerns in the NineteenthCentury
Chair / président : David G. TROYANSKY, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center,
City University of New York
Sydney WATTS, University of Richmond. A Cure for post-revolutionary malaise or a
regimen of domestic duty? Home remedies, dietary recommendations and moral advice
to les bourgeoises in the popular French press, 1815-1840
Morag MARTIN, SUNY Brockport. Bons accoucheurs ou sages-femmes instruits: the
debates over proper obstetrical education in the nineteenth century Pas de Calais
Lauren SAXTON, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Violent, Irrational,
and Irresponsible: the Female Alcoholic in French Medicine
Comment / commentaire : David G. TROYANSKY, Brooklyn College and the Graduate
Center, City University of New York
Session / Séance 8N
Language and Politics at the Borders of the Francophonie, 1870 – 2014
Chair / président : Timothy S. FOREST, University of Cincinnati – Blue Ash
Timothy S. FOREST, University of Cincinnati – Blue Ash. Une Province Perdue, or the
Reichsland Elsass? The Cultural and Linguistic Struggle for Alsace, 1870-1918
Jody BALLAH, University of Cincinnati – Blue Ash. French Language in Belgium
David J. HENSLEY, Pennsylvania State University. Defending French from the
‘Jacobins’: The Francophones of Flanders and Arguments against the State Regulation
of Language, 1918-1974
Comment / commentaire : Elizabeth VLOSSAK, Brock University
Session / Séance 8O
What it is to be French: Rallies, Food, Art and St. Germain-des-Près
Chair / président :
Felix F. GERMAIN, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The Paris Dakar Rally in
the French imaginary (1978-1988)
Eileen S. DEMARCO, University of Maryland, College Park. Culinary Art: The FrancoAmerican Origins of Culinary Expositions
Eric DUSSAULT, independent scholar. Saint-Germain-des-Prés et les Germanopratins au
cinéma et à la télévision (1945-1993)
K.L.H. WELLS, University of Southern California. How Paris Stole the Idea of Modern
Tapestry
Comment / commentaire : The audience