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Séminaire CRLC

25 avril 2013 - Chris Tanasescu


14:30-16:30 Translation workshop with MA students in English studies
bldg. V, room 406


17:00-19:00 Reading and multimedia performance by Chris Tanasescu with Margento
bldg. V, Amphitheater

11 décembre 2013 - An Encounter with Ben MARCUS

Organized by Brigitte FÉLIX and Stéphane VANDERHAEGHE for "Transferts Critiques et dynamique des savoirs" (EA1569, Université Paris 8 Vincennes - ­Saint-­Denis), in collaboration with Hélène AJI for ELAN (CREA, EA 370, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense).
 BEN MARCUS is a professor at Columbia University’s School of the Arts and the author of five books of fiction : Notable American Women (Vintage, 2002), The Father Costume (Artspace Books, 2002), The Age of Wire and String (Knopf, 1995), The Flame Alphabet (Knopf, 2012), and the forthcoming collection of short stories, Leaving the Sea (Knopf, 2014). His stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in Harper’s, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The Believer, The New York Times, McSweeney’s, and other publications. Marcus is the editor of The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories and serves as the fiction editor for The American Reader. Marcus studied philosophy at New York University (BA, 1989) and fiction writing at Brown University (MFA, 1991). A John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow in 2013-­14, he has also received grants from the Creative Capital Foundation (2009), a 2008 Morton Dauwen Zabel Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Whiting Writers Award, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in fiction, and three Pushcart Prizes.



Organized by Brigitte FÉLIX for CRLC (“Transferts critiques et dynamique des savoirs”, EA1569, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis), and Hélène AJI for ELAN (CREA, EA 370, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense).


15:00-15:10Introduction (Hélène Aji and Brigitte Félix)

15:10-15:30 Lecture : “Just Another Soft Machine : Subjectivity in Quotational Writing Practices”

15:30-17:00Reading from No Wait, Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself  and discussion



Robert Fitterman is the author of 14 books of poetry including No Wait, Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself (Ugly Duckling Press, 2014), Rob’s Word Shop (Ugly Duckling Press, forthcoming, 2015), Holocaust Museum (Counterpath, 2013, and Veer [London] 2012), now we are friends (Truck Books, 2010), Rob the Plagiarist (Roof Books, 2009), war, the musical (Subpress, 2006), and Notes On Conceptualisms, co-authored with Vanessa Place (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2009). 

His long poem Metropolis, has been published in 4 separate volumes. He teaches writing and poetry at New York University and at the Bard College, Milton Avery School of Graduate Studies. 

His writing can be found at his website : rmf1/


16 juin 2014 - Réflexions autour de la recherche-création Practice-led research

Réflexions autour de la recherche-création
Practice-led research
EA 1569, “Transferts critiques et dynamique des savoirs”
Axe "Littérature et cognition.
Textes contemporains et textualités numériques"
Lundi 16 juin 2014
bâtiment B2, salle 313 (3e étage)
13h30 Accueil et présentation (Brigitte Félix)
Maria Muresan, “Oral Performance Poetry”
Michael Joyce, “All Around Here : an Examination of a Locative and Plurilingual work in progress”
Pause café 15h25-15h45
Yves Abrioux, “Art, Research, Technicity”
Lucile Haute, “Méthodologies collaboratives et stratégies de coproductions dans la recherche-création (étude de cas pratiques)”
17h30 Clôture du séminaire

Séminaire TCN - 10 avril 2019 - Johan Gardfors

Pour sa prochaine séance, le séminaire Textualités Contemporaines et Numériques de l’EA 1569 (Transferts Critiques Anglophones) invite Johan Gardfors à parler du minimalisme et de la poésie concrète à Stockholm et New York :
Johan Gardfors : ’Language as Matter in Stockholm and New York : Minimalism and Concrete Poetry’
mercredi 10 avril 2019
de 10h à 12h
salle D143
(Université de Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis, métro Saint-Denis Université).

La séance est ouverte au public. 


Johan Gardfors is Bernadotte Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters 2018 and post-doctoral scholar at Paris 8 (EA 1569 TransCrit) ; Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Gothenburg University 2017 with the dissertation “Åke Hodell : Art and Writing in the Neo-Avant-Garde” ; teaching and doctoral studies at Gothenburg University 2011–2017 ; Degree of Master of Arts with majors in philosophy (Stockholm) and comparative literature (Gothenburg) 2009 ; founding editor of small press Bladstaden 2007 ; freelance work as a photographer 2001–2007 ; studies in photography and media 2001–2004 ; studies in Italian and art history 1999–2000. He published two works of fiction – an experimental novel and an illustrated childrens’ book – as well as essays and academic articles on modernism, avant-garde, and photography, for instance on the publishing practices of the avant-garde, on the disappearance of the photographic darkroom, and on the archival turn. His multilingual article on Lily Greenham was written with Johanna Drucker, Vincent Broqua, et. al.