Building art theory in the “pale of history”: American criticism and French philosophy in the end of the 20th century
Paper by Lea Jusseau (Universite de Lausanne) in the series Inceptions: exploring the common ground of modern European tradition (Text, Image, Mythos), a Copenhagen-Paris joint PhD-Seminar.
The series consists of eight events during Spring 2021:
- 11/2 Anne-Sofie Dichman: More-than-human gender performativity writing up with Les Gilets Jaunes
- 25/2 Lea Jusseau: Building art theory in the “pale of history”: American criticism and French philosophy in the end of the 20th century
- 11/3 Susan Filoche-Rommé: Re-making Norse myths in the 19th century: the case of the Valkyries
- 25/3 Silvia Amarante: A manuscript out of place. Luigi Settembrini and the pseudotranslation “I Neoplatonici”
- 7/4 Kristian Olesen Toft: On Translatables. Polysemy and Dissemination in Jacques Derrida
- 22/4 Anders Andersen: Verbs of volition and mood (alternation)
- 6/5 Samuel Ducourant: A Technological Genealogy of Battery Cages used for Laying Hens
- 20/5 Jytte Lyngvig: To act intellectually and critically: Voltaire's fight for Newton
This event is no. 2 of 8 during Spring 2021.
Respondent: Katia Schneller (Ecole superieure d'art et design Grenoble-Valence).
To acquire a link to the event as well as further information, please contact Marie Curie Fellow Carlotta Santini.