ASMCF North West, Postgraduate workshop, Wednesday 19 June 2013

ASMCF North West

Postgraduate workshop 2013

University of Liverpool

Eleanor Rathbone Building

Seminar Room 102/3

Wednesday 19 June 2013


All welcome, but spaces are limited and advance registration is required by Wednesday 12 June. Please contact Charles Forsdick ( to register, or for further details.



10.30-11: Coffee and welcome

 11-12: Rethinking Histories

Mason Norton (Edge Hill University)

‘Comment peut-on être résistant?’ Definitions and Varieties of Resistance in France, 1940-1944

Géraldine Crahay (Bangor University)

Funnel-shaped anuses and effeminate tastes: The figure of the homosexual in French scientific writings in the first part of the nineteenth century

12-1: Lunch

1-2: Spaces

Ravi Hensman (University of Manchester)

When bidonville met brutalism:  reconstructing the banlieue in the French urban imagination, 1959-67

Sarah Wood (University of Manchester)

Silences, space and ecology: Representing the ‘Amerindian’ in contemporary Guyane

2.15-3.15: Visual Cultures

Florence Bögelein (University of Liverpool)

L’art de la cruauté en société, dans Caché de Michael Haneke

3.15-3.45: Coffee

3.45-4.45: Language Policy and the Linguistic Landcape

Will Amos (University of Liverpool)

Multilingualism in the Linguistic Landscape: translation, code preference and language policy

Michelle Harrison (University of Liverpool)

Bilingual education in Alsace: Is there a place for the local language variety alongside the promotion of standard languages?



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Charles Forsdick (2013, May 28). ASMCF North West, Postgraduate workshop, Wednesday 19 June 2013. Translating Cultures. Retrieved March 1, 2024, from

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