[Msa-discuss] CFP Impressions 1860-1920

Sophie Stokes-Aymes Sophie.Aymes at u-bourgogne.fr
Wed Dec 2 08:34:50 EST 2015



Please find below a CFP for a seminar that will be held at the next conference of ESSE (The European Society for the Study of English) in 2016: 

ESSE 2016 

Galway (Ireland) , Monday 22-Friday 26 August 

http://www.esse2016.org/ 

Seminar S39 

Impressions 1860-1920 

Convenors: 

Bénédicte Coste (University of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France) 

Elisa Bizzotto (University of Venice, Italy) 

Sophie Aymes (University of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France) 

The seminar will discuss intermedial practices, the mutual influence of artistic practice and textual production, as well as the dual meaning of impression as a mode of reception and of expression. Papers will examine impression both as theme and trope in literary texts and art criticism in connection with the material characteristics of media in which writers/artists chose to express themselves. They can also address how the shift from late Victorian aesthetics to modernist experimentation was negotiated in this field. 

The time period considered here spans six decades which saw the advent of photomechanical process and the revival of printmaking as an “original” mode of expression based on the premium granted to individual impression as autographic response and to the trope of the print as imprint on a medium and/or on the mind. 

Please send your proposals to the three convenors by 28 February 2016 : 

benedicte.coste at u-bourgogne.fr 

bizzotto at iuav.it 

sophie.aymes at u-bourgogne.fr 
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