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Appel à communications, Journée d’études, Medias, mémoire, nostalgies (France et monde francophone) Université de Heriot Watt, Edinbourgh, Ecosse, 19 avril 2013.


DAY-CONFERENCE FMRG22 : ’Media, Memory and Nostalgia’ Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. Friday 19 April 2013. 10.30 - 16.30.

10.15 Registration and Welcome

10.30 - 16.15 8-10 speakers (20-25 mins paper + 5-10 mins discussion)

16.30 Close of Conference

The theme of the conference is purposefully broadly defined. Papers - in English or in French - could cover aspects of topic/issues such as :

- memory and/or nostalgia in media/online representations in the French-speaking world
- specific forms/genres/ formats - news, documentaries, sport, music, magazine programmes, entertainment/ variétés, advertising. ..
- media/online archives ; video-sharing websites (ina.fr, youtube etc) ; DVD/boxset releases of classic/cult programmes
- academic and journalist commentaries on the relationship between the mass media/internet and memory/nostalgia/ other related concepts
- specific decades, periods, generations, movements, events, fashions
- the relationship between past, present and future
- individual and collective identities / forms of social cohesion
- death and mourning
- anniversaries - birth, death and career
- audience participation and interaction

or any other subject. Please feel free to suggest a topic. Postgraduate students are strongly encouraged to present papers.

A selection of papers will be considered for development into full-length articles for a proposed special themed issue of Modern and Contemporary France.

For more information or to propose a paper (abstract of around 300 words), please contact the Conference Organisers Dr Hugh DAUNCEY (Newcastle University) h.d.dauncey@ncl.ac.uk and Dr Chris TINKER (Heriot Watt University) c.g.tinker@hw.ac.uk

FMRG is affiliated to the Association for the Study of Modern & Contemporary France.

—  Dr Chris Tinker Reader in French Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies Heriot Watt University Edinburgh EH14 4AS UK +44 (0)131 451 4101

************ ********* ********* ***** Dr Sheila Perry Department of French and Francophone Studies University of Nottingham Nottingham NG7 2RD Co-founder of the French Media Research Group (FMRG) http://research. ncl.ac.uk/ fmrg/

Tel : +44 (0) 115 951 5865 Fax : +44 (0) 115 951 5812

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