The 34th Annual International
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium
16-18 October 2008
The theme for the 2008 NCFS colloquium was “Empire, Identity, Exoticism.” Contributions explored the intersection of these themes from a broad range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary methodologies and approaches—from literary, social, and political culture to visual aesthetics—in Nineteenth-Century France.
Beautés fatales: detours, silences et cruautés du texte dans "Une Charogne" et "Une Martyre"
Anne Birien, James Madison University
Baudelaire’s Epistolary Dialectic
Daniel Sipe, University of Missouri
From Baudelaire to Bishop: Questions of Travel
Steven Monte, College of Staten Island, CUNY
Deteriorations of the City in Baudelaire’s Tableaux parisiens,
Lisa Weiss, Vanderbilt University
"Inside/Out: Including and Excluding in French Culture, Text and Art." March 26-27, 2010. Bandy Center and Central Library. Graduate Symposium organized by Jerome Brillaud, Professor of French, Vanderbilt University. Keynote speaker Professor Lawrence Kritzman, Dartmount College.
Mathide Labbé, Ph.D. Candidate, Université de Paris-Sorbonne.
Presentation: "Réception Baudelaire et transmission de la culture littéraire"
W. T. Bandy Center
From July 5-10, 2009, the National Humanities Center Summer Institutes in Literary Studies in North Carolina hosted the seminar “Reading Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal.” The seminar was led by Professor Jonathan Culler for twelve invited fellows.
Edward Ahearn, University Professor of Comparative Literature and French Studies at Brown University. “Sex, Race and the City.”
Co-sponsored by the 2007-2008 Fellows of the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities and the W.T. Bandy Center for Baudelaire and Modern French Studies, in honor of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal.
Ed Colker, author, artist, eduator. Lecture titled "Modern Arts of the Book."
January 15-18, 2006 Part of the Vanderbilt Lecture Series, Sponsored by the Bandy Center, Department of French & Italian, English Department, Comparative Literature Department, Central Library, and the Robert Penn Warren Humanities Center.
"Hugo and Baudelaire" Seminar directed by Professor Pat Ward.
Mary Ann Caws, Distinguished Professor of French, English, and Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center of CUNY.
Lecture titled "Surrealism Still!" February 16, 2005.
February 16-18, 2005 Part of the Vanderbilt Lecture Series Bandy Center, sponsored by the Bandy Center, Robert Penn Warren Humanities Center, History of Art, Comparative Literature, Department of French & Italian, English Department, Department of German, Department of Spanish & Portuguese.
“The French Poe" Seminar directed by Professor Pat Ward with visiting professor Steve Reich.
"Baudelaire and His Critics: Benjamin, de Man, and Jameson” Seminar directed by Professor Patricia Ward.
Sponsored by the W.T. Bandy Center for Baudelaire and Modern French Studies and The Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, Vanderbilt University.
Spring 1998 (April 3-4, 1998)
Symposium: "L' Ere de Baudelaire." Honoring Claude Pichois, Distinguished Professor of French, Vanderbilt University. Organized by Bandy Center and Department of French & Italian, Vanderbilt University with exhibits coordinated with the Library and the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery.
“Étienne Carjat: Charles Baudelaire”
In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Paris: Capital of the 19th Century
Brown University Library Exhibition
Street Scenes in Paris in the 19th Century: From the comic to the tragic
Brown University Library Exhibition