Conferences and Seminars

Illustration and Identity | 4th Illustr4tio International Conference
9-10 November 2017, Nancy
This was our 4th international conference, on which we collaborated with Illustration Research.
Plenary speakers : Prof. Alan Male (Falmouth, UK) and British artist Sophie Herxheimer

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IAWIS Conference, Lausanne, 10-14 July 2017

We moderated three panels on the theme “Reproducing and recycling literary illustration from the 17th century to the 21st century”.
Speakers were: Timothy Erwin (U of Nebraska), Alina Martimyanova (U Zürich), Sophie Aymes (U de Bourgogne), Ann Lewis (Birkbeck College), Brigitte Friant-Kessler (U de Valenciennes), Sara Petrella (U de Genève), Isabelle Gras (U Bordeaux-Montaigne), Christina Ionescu (Mount Allison U) and Hélène Martinelli (ENS Lyon).
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 Illustrating History – Illustrer l’histoire | 3rd Illustr4tio International Conference
4 December 2015, Université de Valenciennes
Keynote speaker: Rosemary MITCHELL (Leeds Trinity University)
Illustrating History

Literary Illustration Between Texts and Paintings | 2nd Illustr4tio International Conference
13-14 February 2015, Université de Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse / Auditorium des Musées de Strasbourg

Programme

Invités d’honneur/Keynote speakers:
Stéphane HEUET, adaptateur de A la recherche du temps perdu en bande dessinée (éditions Delcourt) / author of the graphic novel In Search of Lost Time (Gallic Books)
Stephen CROWE, illustrateur de James Joyce: http://www.wakeinprogress.com/

 


The Birth of Images – La Naissance des images | 1st Illustr4tio International Conference
4 April 2015, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon

Keynote speakers:
Martin ROWSON, Guardian cartoonist and illustrator
Jim BUTLER, academic and illustrator

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