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CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES CONFERENCECONGRÈS DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CANADIENNE D’ÉTUDE DU DIX-HUITIÈME SIÈCLE

CSECS / SCEDHS 2010 Programme
Sheraton Hotel, St. John's, NL, 14-16 October 2010

 

N.B. (10 Oct. 2010)

John Baird’s readings from Tristram Shandy will take place in SALON B at
1:30-1:50 (Thursday), 1:40-2:00 (Friday) & 1:30-1:50 (Saturday).

La lecture d’extraits de *Tristam Shandy* par John Baird aura lieu dans le
SALON B jeudi de 13h30 à 13h50, vendredi de 13h40 à 14h00 et samedi de 13h30 à 13h50.

Stéphane Pujol's paper has been cancelled (Thurs. at 11:00).

The Graduate Roundtable on Friday evening at 8:00 will take place at the Celtic Hearth at 298-300 Water Street (10-minute walk from Hotel).

David McCallam, University of Sheffield, will chair the panel on Montesquieu & Crèvecoeur in the Garrison Room on Thursday at 2:00/David McCallam, University of Sheffield, présidera la séance de jeudi à 14h
consacrée à Montesquieu et Crèvecoeur dans la Garrison Room.

Joy Fraser’s paper (7F) on Friday at 2:15 will be read by Paul Smith/La communication de Joy Fraser vendredi à 14h15 sera lue par Paul Smith.

Dale Katherine Ireland's paper has been cancelled (Sat. at 2:00).

Sonja Boon will be performing the following pieces of music at the banquet/Sonja Boon interprétera les oeuvres de musique suivantes :

Johann Georg Graeff
[Allegro] from Solo 1 in G major
(Six Solos for the German Flute, London, ca. 1790?)
John Stanley
Menuet [Andante] from Solo II in e minor
(Six Solos for a German Flute, Violin or Harpsichord, London, 1745)
John Stanley
Menuet with Variations from Solo III in G major
(Six Solos for a German Flute, Violin or Harpsichord, London, 1745)


THURSDAY/JEUDI, 14 OCTOBER/OCTOBRE 2010

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.: Registration & Book Exhibit/Pre-Function Area
8h-17h: Inscription & exposition de livres


9:00-10:30 a.m., session 1/9h-10h30, séance I
 
A) Avalon Room. Locke & Newton. Chair: John Scott, MUN of Newfoundland
Robert DiSalle, U of Western Ontario, “Newton, mechanism, & the unintelligible universe”
Kim Ian Parker, MUN, “Locke, Religion, & the Rise of Modernity”

B) Salon B. Critics. Chair: Andrew Loman, MUN
Sara Landreth, U of Ottawa, “Charting the Augustan Mind: or, How John Dennis Broke Newton’s Laws” *
Trevor Ross, Dalhousie U, “Jacques Rancière & Eighteenth-Century Studies”
Patrick O’Flaherty, MUN, “John Pinkerton & the Critical Review”

C) Salon C. Burney I. Chair: Greg Morgan, U of British Columbia
Kja Isaacson, U of Ottawa, “Polite Language & Female Social Agency in Frances Burney’s Evelina”
Lorna Clark, Carleton U, “‘A very surprizing Set of People’: Expanding the Canon”

D) Salon D. Voltaire. Président: James MacLean, MUN
Ethel Groffier, McGill U, « Le royaume de Monsieur de Voltaire »
Édouard Langille, St. Francis Xavier U, « ‘L’aube sur le Jura’ : intertextes à l’origine d’un mythe voltairien »

E) Garrison Room. Brissot, Mercier. Présidente: Catherine Dubeau, U of Waterloo
Sébastien Charles, Université de Sherbrooke, « Brissot de Warville, cartographe des bornes de l’esprit humain »
Michael J. Mulryan, Christopher Newport U, “Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose : L-S Mercier’s Representation of Political Corruption in Le Nouveau Paris (1798)”

F) Signal Room. New France. Chair: Gwendolyn Davies, U of New Brunswick
Susan Glover, Laurentian U, “Mary Singleton Meets Mother Esther: Frances Brooke & the Women Religious of Quebec”
Désirée Park, Concordia U, “Statutory Toleration in the 18th Century: The Quebec Act, 1774”
David McNeil, Dalhousie U, “From Culloden to the fall of New France: The Memoirs of the Chevalier de Johnstone”

10:30-11:00 a.m., break/10h30-11h, pause


THURSDAY, 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., session 2/JEUDI, 11h-12h30, séance II
 
A) Avalon Room. Early Newfoundland. Chair: John Crellin, MUN
Claire Grogan, Bishop’s U, “Thomas Paine & the Newfoundland Fisheries”
Rusty Shteir, York U, “Bog Mould & Crowberry: Collecting Plants with Mary Brenton in Newfoundland”
J.T.H. Connor, MUN, “John Clinch—Physician, Anglican Missionary, & Office Holder: The Lives & Times of a Georgian Gentleman in a New Found Land”

B) Salon B. Amérique du Nord. Président: Sébastien Charles, Université de Sherbrooke
Jan V. Noel, U of Toronto, “Anxious Regards: Canadian Mystics in the Age of Reason” *
Sébastien Côté, Carleton U, « De la préhistoire de la littérature québécoise au patrimoine lettré de la Nouvelle-France: recadrer l’histoire littéraire »

C) Salon C. Music & Mime. Chair: Tom Gordon, MUN
Richard Semmens, U of Western Ontario, “Sure, John Rich could read: But could Lun dance?” *
Paul F. Rice, MUN, “James Hook & the Vauxhall Finale” † §

D) Salon D. Women & the World of Woe. Chair: Jennifer Lokash, MUN
Heather Meek, U of Regina, “Visceral Woe & “the soft mother’s agonies”: Embodied Emotion in Eighteenth-Century Verse by Pregnant Women & Grieving Mothers”
Sarah R. Creel, Simon Fraser U, “Colonizing Women’s Bodies: Aphra Behn, Thomas Southerne, & the Treatment of Imoinda as the Imperial Object”
Sonja Boon, MUN, “Tears, Involuntary Laughter, Agitation & Song: Mapping the relationships between mental illness, public health & the single woman in the writings & consultation letters of Samuel-Auguste Tissot”

E) Garrison Room. Lost & Foundling Literature. Chair: John Baird, U of Toronto
Darryl Domingo, U of Toronto, “‘Persons & Things the Most Heterogeneous’: Finding Wit in Foundling Literature”
Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins, McMaster U, “Orientalizing the Chinese Taste in Mason’s ‘Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers’”
Don Nichol, MUN, “Encircling the Globe in the New Foundling Hospital for Wit”
 
F) Signal Room. Burney II. Chair: Peter Sabor, McGill U
Emily West, McMaster U, “Working Girl: Labour & Leisure in Fanny Burney’s The Wanderer”
Sarah Skoronski, McGill U, “‘Well! A woman can be but a woman!’: Elinor’s Madness in Frances Burney’s The Wanderer”
Greg Morgan, U of British Columbia, “Sensibility & the Eloquence of the Female Body in Frances Burney’s Cecilia”
 
THURSDAY, 12:30-2:00 p.m., lunch/JEUDI, 12.30-14h, déjeuner


1:30-1:50 p.m/13h30-13h50, Salon B: 1st reading from Tristram Shandy by/1e lecture de TRISTRAM SHANDY par John Baird, U of Toronto


THURSDAY, 2:00-3:30 p.m., session 3/JEUDI, 14h-15h30, séance III
 
A) Avalon Room. Drama of Addison & Dryden. Chair: Arby Siraki, U of Ottawa
Rebecca Tierney-Hynes, U of Waterloo, “To ‘be what they behold’: Addison’s Cato & Stoic Exemplarity”
Corrinne Harol, U of Alberta “Literary & Political Authority in Don Sebastian”

B) Salon B. Reproducing & Bathing the Body. Chair: J.T.H. Connor, MUN
Raymond Stephanson, U of Saskatchewan, “Mapping Reproductive Biology: Generation & its 18th-Century Contexts” *
Alex Wetmore, Carleton U, “Public Bathing, Private Feeling: Health, Tourism, & the Literature of Sensibility”
Jane Magrath, U of Prince Edward Island, “Mapping The Resistant Body: Health Tourism, Nationalism, & Elizabeth Carter’s Trip to Spa, 1763”

C) Salon C. Slavery, Savagery & Snakes. Chair: Jennifer Lokash, MUN
Peter Walmsley, McMaster U, “A Runaway Slave in the British Museum”
Robbie Richardson, McMaster U, “The Savage Self: Indians & the ‘ancien régime’ of Identity”
Kevin Berland, Pennsylvania State U, Shenango, “When Rattlesnakes Come to England”

D) Salon D. Assassination, Freemasonry, Usurpation. Chair: Joan Ritcey, MUN
Joanne Holland, McGill U, “Providential Protection: Literary Responses to the Assassination Plot of 1696”
Jay Macpherson, U of Toronto, “Freemasonry & Some Analogues”
Bert Riggs, MUN, “Richard Brothers & Millenarianism”

E) Garrison Room. Montesquieu & Crèvecoeur. Président: James MacLean, MUN
Federico Bonzi, università degli Studi di Napoli/l’Université La Sorbonne, « À la découverte de la réalité européenne: le regard spécifique de Montesquieu (1728-1731) »
Santé A. Viselli, Université de Winnipeg, « La géographie de l’Amérique du Nord dans l’Esprit des lois »
Doreen Alvarez Saar, Drexel U, “Catholic in North America: Crèvecoeur & Letters from an American Farmer”

F) Signal Room. Hamilton’s Modern Philosophers. Chair: Claire Grogan, Bishop’s U
Aaron Kaisermann, U of Ottawa, “Common Sense, Common God, Uncommon Women: Elizabeth Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers”
Mira Radanovic, McMaster U, “‘this corrupt wilderness of human society’: Moss Roses & Moth Butterflies down the Garden Path to Happiness in Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers”
 
3:30-3:45 p.m., break/15h30-15h45, pause
 
THURSDAY, 3:45-5:00 p.m., session 4/JEUDI, 15h45-17h, séance IV

Plenary Speaker, Salon B § Chair: Betty A. Schellenberg, Simon Fraser U

Isobel Grundy, Professor Emeritus, U of Alberta

“Literary Experiment & Female Infamy:
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu fictionalizes her life”


5:15 p.m./17h15 Hotel lobby for short ramble to à Government House, Military Road

THURSDAY, 5:30 p.m., Lieutenant Governor’s Reception

JEUDI, 17h30, Réception à la résidence du Lieutenant Gouverneur

8:00-10:00 p.m., Executive Meeting/Réunion du conseil d’administration


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FRIDAY/ VENDREDI, 15 OCTOBER/OCTOBRE 2010
 
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.: Registration & Book Exhibit/Pre-Function Area
8h30-17h: Inscription & exposition de livres



FRIDAY, 9:00-10:30 a.m., session 5/VENDREDI, 9h-10h30, séance V
 
A) Avalon Room. Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare. Chair: Gordon Jones, MUN
Celestine Woo, SUNY Empire State College, “Bardolatry, Garrick & Multi-Media: The Commodification of Shakespeare & the Invention of Fandom”
Frans De Bruyn, U of Ottawa, “Shakespearean Adaptation in the French Revolutionary Period”

B) Salon B. Cartographier l’imaginaire. Président: Swann Paradis, York U
Aurélie Zygel-Basso, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, « Cartographier les Voyages imaginaires : représentations de l’espace dans l’anthologie littéraire » *
Christina Ionescu, Mount Allison U, « Traductions visuelles de textes britanniques : Clément-Pierre Marillier et les Voyages imaginaires » †
Vincent Godin-Filion, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, « Cartographier l’ineffable : l’imaginaire cosmographique dans Le Paradis perdu de Milton (1667-1836) »

C) Salon C. Print & Book Culture. Chair: Gwendolyn Davies, U of New Brunswick
Heather Ladd, U of Toronto, “London Underground: Authors & Booksellers in the Underworld”
Shelley King, Queen’s U, “Westward Ho!: Charting the Transatlantic Travels of Amelia Opie’s Tales”
Jennifer J. Connor, MUN, “‘Amidst the awful solitude of the forest’: Reflections on an English Professional Gentleman’s Library in Upper Canada” *

D) Salon D. Rousseau. Président: John C. O’Neal, Hamilton College
Antonio Viselli, Université de Toronto, « Les limites de l’hospitalité et la géographie suisse: l’exemple de La Nouvelle Héloïse de Jean-Jacques Rousseau »
James MacLean, MUN, “Historical imagination & the deconstruction of ideology in Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin of Inequality”

E) Garrison Room. Transatlantic Signals. Chair: Kevin Berland, Pennsylvania State U
Anne M. Thell, Fordham U, “Pirate Scientists: Natural History & the Buccaneer Narratives of the 1690s”
Lotfi Ben Rejeb, U of Ottawa, “Early Articulations of American Nationalism: Royall Tyler & David Humphreys”

F) Signal Room. Scott & Historical Fiction. Chair: David Oakleaf, U of Calgary
Martha F. Bowden, Kennesaw State U, “The Progress of Romance: Historical Fiction’s Rewriting of the History of the Novel”
Kathleen James-Cavan, U of Saskatchewan, “Beyond David Ritchie: Authority & the dwarf in Walter Scott’s The Black Dwarf”
David E. A. Ritter, U of Toronto, “Genre & Historical Representation in The Bride of Lammermoor”
 
FRIDAY, 10:30-10:45 a.m., break/VENDREDI, 10h30-10h45, pause


FRIDAY, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., session 6/VENDREDI, 10h45-12h15, séance VI


A) Avalon Room. Richardson I. Chair: Betty Schellenberg, Simon Fraser U
Erin Parker, U of Toronto, “Cruel Intentions? Clarissa & the Animal”
Hilary Havens, McGill U, “‘What an admirable Lawyer should I have made!’: Legal Language & Perceived Truth in Clarissa”
Elizabeth Kraft, U of Georgia, “Restore or Reform? Loaded Language in Samuel Richardson’s Sir Charles Grandison”

B) Salon B. Halifax. Chair: Faith Balisch, MUN
Gwendolyn Davies, U of New Brunswick, “The Sofa in the Satire: Halifax’s 1805 The Inquisition” *
Sean Morton, U of Windsor, “Writing Halifax into the Atlantic World: Colonial Print Culture & Identity Construction in Eighteenth-Century Nova Scotia” *
Ronald Rompkey, MUN, “John Salusbury, Father of Hester Thrale, & the Founding of Halifax in 1749”

C) Salon C. Women Writing & Fighting. Chair: Andrea Leathley, MUN
Julie Murray, Carleton U, “Mary Hays & the Genres of Life”
Fraser Easton, U of Waterloo, “Plebeianizing the female soldier” †
Sören Hammerschmidt, Ghent U, “The Social Life of Letters: Disseminating Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s ‘Embassy Letters’” *

D) Salon D. (Un)Enlightened Scots. Chair: Mark G. Spencer, Brock U
Roger Emerson, U of Western Ontario, “A Note on Women in the Period of the Scottish Enlightenment”
David Raynor, U of Ottawa, “David Hume & ‘That Silly Bigotted Fellow, Beattie’”
Arby Ted Siraki, U of Ottawa, “Which ‘Invisible Hand’? On Adam Smith’s (in)famous phrase”

E) Garrison Room. Diderot. Présidente: Ethel Groffier, McGill U
Natalie LaFleur, Université du Manitoba, « Des outils théâtraux dans La Religieuse »
John C. O’Neal, Hamilton College, “Gender Confusion in Diderot”

F) Signal Room. Portugal & Correspondence. Chair D. R. Gamble, MUN
Judith Broome, William Paterson U, “Imaginary Portugal”
Heather Wilson, U of Calgary, “Portuguese Letters or Five Letters by L’Estrange”
 
FRIDAY, 12:15-2:15 p.m., lunch/VENDREDI, 12h15-14h15, déjeuner


12:15 p.m./12h15: Garden Party ticket-holders Hotel lobby for short ramble to à Commissariat House

FRIDAY, 12:30-1:30 p.m./VENDREDI, 12h30-13h30: The Garden Party, written by/œuvre de Mary Walsh (across & right on King’s Bridge Road, by ticket only/en face de l’hôtel, entrée avec billet seulement)

1:40-2:00 p.m./13h40-14h, Salon B: 2nd reading from Tristram Shandy by/2e lecture de TRISTRAM SHANDY par John Baird, U of Toronto
 
FRIDAY 2:15-3:45 p.m., session 7/VENDREDI 14h15-15h45, séance VII
 
A) Avalon Room. Literature, History & Art History. Chair: Martin Howley, MUN
Leslie Ritchie, Queen’s U, “‘No, I am not an Art Historian!’: Visual Media & the Teaching of Eighteenth-Century Literature”
Lloyd Bennett, Thompson Rivers U, “Thomas Davies—18th-century war artist in British North America”
D. R. Gamble, MUN, “French Literary Neo-Classicism & Michel-Jean Sedaine”

B) Salon B. Roundtable/table ronde. “Getting a Life: How to Navigate the Hazards of Biography.”
Chair: Bill McCarthy, Iowa State U. § Lissa Paul, Brock U *
§ Isobel Grundy, Professor Emeritus, U of Alberta § Shelley King, Queen’s U

C) Salon C. Histoire et Civilisation. Président: Marc André Bernier, Université du Québec TR
Jane Rush, McMaster U, « ‘La Vérité toute nue’ : la préface ‘à double tranchant’ du médecin Venette »
Swann Paradis, York U, « La ‘boussole des deux faunes’ au service de la taxonomie: ‘blaireaux-cochons’, ‘philandres orientaux’ et ‘cochons de terre’ dans l’Histoire naturelle de Buffon » *
Joël Castonguay-Bélanger, Université de Colombie-Britannique, « Les hauteurs de la gloire: portraits littéraires des premiers aéronautes » *

D) Salon D. Beverages & Inns. Chair: Lorna Clark, Carleton U
Dana Gliserman Kopans, SUNY, Empire State College, “Brewing Trouble: Tea in the Transatlantic”
Julia Roberts, U of Waterloo, “Colonial Taverns in Upper Canada” *
Cynthia Wall, U of Virginia, “Inns & Interchangeability in Tom Jones”

E) Garrison Room. (Closet) Jacobites. Chair: David Raynor, U of Ottawa
Pam Perkins, U of Manitoba, “The ‘candour, which can feel for a foe’: Romanticizing the Jacobites in the mid-Eighteenth Century”
Heather Berger, McMaster U, “Edifices of Ancient Magnificence: Samuel Johnson & the Catholic Church in A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland”
David Oakleaf, U of Calgary, “How Can We Think about Swift among the Jacobites?”

F) Signal Room. Beggars can be choosers. Chair: Paul Smith, MUN
Robin Ganev, U of Regina, “Ballads Demanding Charity for Beggars & Vagrants in Britain, 1770-1834” †
Joy Fraser, MUN, “‘Imprimis, then, a haggis fat’: The construction of culinary national identity in Scottish literature & culture”

4:00 p.m./16h: bus from Hotel to/transport de l’hôtel à Queen Elizabeth II Library, MUN

4:30-6:00 p.m./16h30-18h: Centre for Newfoundland Studies: Special exhibit of John Clinch’s copy of Edward Jenner’s pioneering study on cowpox vaccination (1798) on loan from Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard U
 
FRIDAY 4:45-6:00 p.m., session 8, Map Room
VENDREDI 16h45-18h, séance VIII, la cartothèque

Conférencier en séance plénière. Président: Marc André Bernier, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières


Jean-François Palomino, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec

“Cartographier la Nouvelle-France au XVIIIe siècle” *
 
6:00 p.m./18h: Reception/foyer, Queen Elizabeth II Library

7:00 p.m./19h: Transportation from/transport de MUN to Hotel/à l’hôtel

8:00 p.m./20h: Graduate Student Roundtable/Table ronde des étudiant(e)s des cycles supérieurs.


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SATURDAY/SAMEDI, 16 OCTOBER/OCTOBRE 2010
 
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.: Registration & Book Exhibit/Pre-Function Area
8h30-17h: Inscription & exposition de livres

 
SATURDAY, 9:00-10:30 a.m., session 9/SAMEDI, 9h-10h30, séance IX
 
A) Avalon Room. Richardson II. Chair: Sören Hammerschmidt, Ghent U
Betty A. Schellenberg, Simon Fraser U, “Samuel Richardson Coterie Writer”
Peter Sabor, McGill U, “‘An author from whom the world has received greater favours’: Samuel Richardson, Lady Bradshaigh, & The Rambler”

B) Salon B. Fear, War & Enlightenment. Chair: Renata Schellenberg, Mount Allison U
Ted McCormick, Concordia U, “The Uses of Population in the Enlightenment”
Ildiko Csengei, U of Cambridge, “Diplomatic Mediations & the Literature of Fear During the Revolutionary & Napoleonic Wars” *
Morgan Rooney, Carleton U, “The Problem of History in the 1790s: The Persistence of the Past in Charlotte Smith’s Old Manor House & William Godwin’s St. Leon”

C) Salon C. Pope & Google Books. Chair: Don Nichol, MUN
Allison Muri, U of Saskatchewan, “£JY«!? ZuniU fruits: The Digital Dunciad, Or, Thoughts on Editing, Scholarship, & Google Books in an Open Access World” *
Katherine Quinsey, U of Windsor, “‘Confin’d from home’: Pope & the Idea of Travel” *
Stefanie Duerr, U of Ottawa, “The Dunciad as Pedagogical Exercise”

D) Salon D. Novels of the mid 18th Century. Chair: Jim Bradley, MUN
Morgan Vanek, U of Toronto, “Characterizing the British subject in Sir Launcelot Greaves & Humphry Clinker”
Kevin Bourque, U of Texas, “Anonymous Notorieties: Celebrity, the Novel, & Charles Johnstone’s Chrysal: Or, the Adventures of a Guinea” ‡

E) Garrison Room. Voyages. Présidente: Aurélie Zygel-Basso, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Armelle St. Martin, Université du Manitoba, « Voyages d’Italie, 1700-1789 : géographie d’un genre mineur »
Catherine Dubeau, U of Waterloo, « ‘Je suis partie de Paris le 13e [avril 1776]’ : le Voyage d’Angleterre de Suzanne Necker »

F) Signal Room. Rescuing Women. Chair: Kathleen James-Cavan, U of Saskatchewan
Frances B. Singh, Hostos Community College, CUNY, “How Non-Print Resources & Friendly People Helped Recover Jane Cumming”
Alexis McQuigge, U of Waterloo, “Female Captivity & the Discourse of Imperial Abduction”

 
SATURDAY, 10:30-10:45 a.m., break/SAMEDI, 10h30-10h45, pause
 
SATURDAY, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., session 10/SAMEDI, 10h45-12h15, séance X


A) Avalon Room. Drama in transition & translation. Chair: Diana Solomon, Simon Fraser U
Mark Algee-Hewitt, McGill U, “Media, Materiality & the Stage: Howard, Fielding & the Performance of Print”
Scott R. MacKenzie, U of British Columbia, “Sexual Arithmetic: Appetite & Consumption in The Way of the World”
Holly Luhning, McGill U, “Translate & Transmigrate: Haywood & Crébillon”

B) Salon B. Laurence Sterne. Chair: John Baird, U of Toronto
Darren Wagner, U of York, UK. “Sentimental Gestures & Sexual Physiologies: Male (E)Motions & Spirits” *
Adria Young, Dalhousie U, “Stern’s darling Maid: Charting the Influence of Laurence Sterne on Jane Austen”

C) Salon C. Mme d’Arconville I. Présidente: Élisabeth Bardez, Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers
Marc André Bernier, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, « Le sourire de la Raison : ironie et connaissance de soi chez Geneviève Thiroux d’Arconville »
Marie Laure Girou Swiderski, Université d’Ottawa, « Les Pensées, réflexions et anecdotes de Mme Thiroux d’Arconville : un projet autarcique? »
Margaret Carlyle, Université McGill, « Femme de sciences, femme de lettres, Mme d’Arconville, traductrice des Lumières » *

D) Salon D. Miscellaneous Mapping. Chair: Morgan Rooney, Carleton U
Tom Mole, McGill U, “Mary Robinson’s Physiognomy”
Kathryn Ready, U of Winnipeg, “Anna Barbauld’s ‘To Mr. Barbauld, with a Map of the Land of Matrimony’ & the Tradition of Sentimental Cartography”
Jennifer Lokash, MUN, “Godwin’s Zoo”

E) Garrison Room. Elegy & the Gentle Poetics of Dung-tossing. Chair: John Pierce, Queen’s U
Andrew McKendry, Queen’s U, “‘Now… all the air a solemn stillness holds’: Gray’s Elegy & the Institutional Contexts of Official Recognition”
Nicholas Hudson, U of British Columbia, “‘Tossing the Dung with Gracefulness’: Capitalism & Problems with the Eighteenth-Century Georgic”

F) Signal Room. Experience & Education. Chair: Kim Ian Parker, MUN
Andrea Leathley, MUN, “‘The True Use of Books’: Didacticism & the Novels of Sarah Fielding & Sarah Scott”
Adriana Benzaquén, Mount Saint Vincent U, “John Locke & the Education of the Clarke Children”
 
SATURDAY, 12:15-2:00 p.m., lunch/SAMEDI, 12h15-14h, déjeuner


1:30-1:50 p.m./13h30-13h50, Salon B: 3rd reading from Tristram Shandy by/3e lecture de TRISTRAM SHANDY par
John Baird, U of Toronto
 
SATURDAY, 2:00-3:30 p.m., session 11/samedi, 14h-15h30, séance XI
 
A) Avalon Room. Mapping Europe. Chair: Ted McCormick, Concordia U
Renata Schellenberg, Mount Allison U, “Mapping the Museum in Eighteenth-Century Germany”
David McCallam, U of Sheffield, “(Ac)claiming Illyria: Charting Dalmatia in the Late Eighteenth Century”
Peter I. Trummer, U of Heidelberg, “Charting War & Peace: Peter Clausewitz’ Analysis of War & Peace Transatlantic Influence during the outgoing Eighteenth Century”

B) Salon B. The Literary Aftermath of the ’45. Chair: David McNeil, Dalhousie U
Alison Conway, U of Western Ontario, “Sir Charles Grandison & the Stuart Cause”
Thomas Keymer, U of Toronto, “Smollett, Culloden, & Gaelic Culture”
Thomas Lockwood, U of Washington, “Did Fielding Even Care about Politics?”

C) Salon C. Mme d’Arconville II. Présidente: Marie Laure Girou Swiderski, Université d’Ottawa
Élisabeth Bardez, Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers, Paris, « Mme d’Arconville a-t-elle sa place dans la chimie du 18e siècle? » *
Brigitte Van Tiggelen, Université catholique de Louvain, « L’Essai sur l’histoire de la putréfaction de Mme d’Arconville »*
Sarah Benharrech, U of Maryland, « Mme Thiroux d’Arconville ou l’anti-Tournefort »

D) Salon D. Mapping the New World. Chair: Jack Lynch, Rutgers U
Lauren Beck, Mount Allison U, “Mapping Mosques in the Chronicles of Discovery & Conquest in the Americas, 1492-2005” *
Laura Runge, U of South Florida, “Bartram’s Charting of Florida”

E) Garrison Room. Actors Under Investigation. Chair: Brian Corman, U of Toronto
Diana Solomon, Simon Fraser U, “Actor Arrests in Restoration London”
Paul Smith, MUN, “‘In Comes I Who Never Came Yet…’: The Emergence of the Mummers’ Play in Eighteenth-Century Britain & Ireland” *

F) Signal Room. Elizabeth Hamilton & Jane Austen. Chair: Susan Glover, Laurentian U
Meaghan Malone, MUN, “A Courtship of Glances: Looking at Men in Austen’s Persuasion”
Megan Taylor, U of Ottawa, “Rewriting Romance: Elizabeth Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers & Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey”
Katie Gemmill, Columbia U, “Jane Austen’s ‘Plan of a Novel’ & Persuasion
 
SATURDAY, 3:30-3:45 p.m., break/SAMEDI, 15h30-15h45, pause
 
SATURDAY, 3:45-5:00 p.m., session 12/SAMEDI, 15h45-17h, séance XII

Plenary Speaker, Salons C-D, Chair: Don Nichol, MUN
 
Pat Rogers, Distinguished Professor, U of South Florida, Tampa

“Dividing Lines: Surveyors & the Crossing of Continents” ‡
 
5:00-6:30 p.m./17h-18h30, Salons C-D, Annual General Meeting/Assemblée générale annuelle

 
7:00-9:00 p.m./19h-21h, Salon B, Banquet/Après-dîner
Send-off from Mary Walsh
 

* PowerPoint projector † overhead projector ‡ PowerPoint projector & laptop § CD player
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