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CAHSA ONLINE SPEAKER SERIES

COLLECTIF D'ANTHROPOLOGIE ET D'HISTOIRE DU SPIRITUEL ET DES AFFECTS

“IL FAUT SE PERDRE SOI-MÊME”:
TOURS ET DÉTOURS DANS LES AVENTURES DE TÉLÉMAQUE DE FÉNELON

Prof. Laurent Susini
Université Lumière Lyon 2

17 December 2020
9h PT / 12h ET / 18h CET
Via Zoom

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For this fourth online lecture, the CAHSA is pleased to present a talk by Prof. Laurent Susini, Professor of French Literature (Université Lumière Lyon 2), and author of L’Insinuation convertie, Pascal, Bossuet, Fénelon : la colombe et serpent (Classiques Garnier, 2019) and of L’Écriture de Pascal : la lumière et le feu (Champion, 2008).

The talk (in French) will last 30-40mn, followed by 20-30mn for discussion (in French and English).

THE ETIQUETTE OF DREAMING:
NIGHT VISIONS AND DISCERNMENT IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY SPIRITUALITY

Prof. LESLIE TUTTLE
Louisiana State University

11 June 2020

11h CT
(9h PT / 10h MT / 12h ET / 18h CET)
Via Zoom

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For this third online lecture, the CAHSA is pleased to present a talk by Prof. Leslie Tuttle, Associate Professor of History (Louisiana State University, Bâton-Rouge). Her current research focuses mainly on the changing perceptions of dreams in seventeenth and eighteenth-century France and the French diaspora.
The talk (in English) will last 30-40mn, followed by 20-30mn for discussion (in French and English).

HISTORICITÉ ET ANHISTORICITÉ DU TEXTE SPIRITUEL.
COMMENT CATÉGORISER L’ÉMOTION SPIRITUELLE ?

Dr Christian Belin
Université de Montpellier

6 December 2020
11h CT
(9h PT / 10h MT / 12h ET / 18h CET)
Via Zoom

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As part of its new online lecture series, the CAHSA is pleased to present a talk by Dr. Christian Belin, author of La Méditation au XVIIe siècle : Rhétorique, art, spiritualité (Champion, 2006) and Corps pensant : Essai sur la méditation chrétienne (Seuil, 2012).

The talk (in French) will last 30-40mn, followed by 20-30mn for discussion (in French and English).

IDOLATRY AS THE “DARK MATTER” OF SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE

INAUGURAL LECTURE BY
Dr. ELLEN McCLURE
University of Illinois at Chicago

13 June 2019
11h CT
(9h PT / 10h MT / 12h ET / 18h CET)
Via Zoom

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As the inaugural lecture in its new online speaker series, the CAHSA is pleased to present a talk by Dr. Ellen McClure based on her forthcoming book, titled (right now) The Logic of Idolatry in Seventeenth-Century French Literature, to be published spring 2020 with Boydell & Brewer, in their Gallica series.

The talk (in English) will last 30-40mn, followed by 20-30mn for discussion (in French and English)