Théorie(s) de la science-fiction (colloque de la revue Res Futurae, Paris)

Science Fiction Theory(s) (Seminar for Res Futurae, Paris)

seminar organized by reconsidering futuristic precision (LISAA Publisher, univ. Gustave Eiffel) for the ten years of its existence.

Thursday 15 December

Ten a.m. Ten years of French language studies in French – Editorial board of the magazine futuristic precision

10:30 am Round Table: The New Novel in Science Fiction Theories

  • Roman Bionda, animator (University of Lausanne)
  • Vincent Berry (University of Paris 13)
  • Aurelie Hues (University of Paris Nanterre)
  • Sarah Mellah (Gustave Eiffel University)
  • Jeremy Michot (University of Perpignan)

11:40 a.m. Round Table: Realism in the Etiquette of Fiction and Public Morals

  • Anne Besson, animator (University of Artois)
  • Simon Bryan (Sorbonne University)
  • Eileen Despres (UQAM)
  • Alice Jacqueline (ENSSIB)
  • Helen Machinal (University of Rennes 2)

2:00 pm Call: “Philosophy, Science and Science Fiction” Jean-Louis Herod (University of Lyon 1)

2:45 p.m. Call: “Sci-fi author, unintentional science teacher?” – Estelle Blanquet (INSPE Institute of Bordeaux Academy – Bordeaux University)

3:50 p.m. Roundtable: Power and subtlety in the etiquette of imagination

  • Marion Latta, animator (New Sorbonne University)
  • Anne Besson (University of Artois)
  • Margot Chatelet, to be confirmed (University. Gustave Eiffel)
  • Mathieu Letournoux (University of Paris Nanterre)

Friday December 16

9:30 a.m. Call: “Does Science Fiction Abhor Void? The Case of a TV Series” – Elaine Després (UQAM) and Hélène Machinal (University of Rennes 2)

10:30 am Round Table: Neuroscience in Cultural Studies

  • Laurent Gerber, animator (college tours)
  • Edgar Duburg (ENS Ulm, Jean-Nicod Institute)
  • Anne Dobrat (University De Picardie Jules Verne)

11:40 am Round Table: Science Fiction, Anticipation, and Public Literature

  • Simon Bryan, animator (Sorbonne University)
  • Claire Barrell Moissan (CNRS)
  • Frédéric Guignard (University of Lausanne)
  • Irene Langlet (Gustave Eiffel University)
  • Agathe Novak-Lechevalier (University of Paris Nanterre)
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14:00 o’clock the general assembly of the magazine – review and forecast

4:30 pm: Closing Conference – “Some Issues in Feminist Reading of Science Fiction” – Richard Saint Gillies (Laval University, Quebec – by video link)

directory Committee

Erin Langlet, Public Relations, Contemporary Literature, University. Gustave Eiffel
Simon Briand, MCF French Literature, Sorbonne University
Aurélie Huz, MCF French Literature, univ. Paris Nanterre

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