Cover of Jan Carson’s Poetics of Care (2024)

Jan Carson’s Poetics of Care ‘Art is How we Process our Humanity’

Auteurs

Vanessa Boullet (dir.) Nathalie Collé (dir.) Monica Latham (dir.) Doriane Nemes (dir.) Pauline Schwaller (dir.) Emmy Peultier (préface) Céline Sabiron (préface) Barbara Schmidt (préface)
Publié 03-04-2024
Langue principale English
Résumé

Cet ouvrage rassemble des contributions sur le processus créatif de l’autrice nord-irlandaise Jan Carson, de la production à la réception de ses œuvres. Il permet aux lecteurs de saisir sa personnalité à travers des témoignages et des réflexions sur sa pratique. Couplés à des articles scientifiques rédigés par des spécialistes de littérature et de civilisation nord-irlandaises, ils offrent un aperçu varié du métier d’écrivain. Cette publication souligne la collaboration entre l’autrice et les étudiants de l’Université de Lorraine, les élèves du secondaire, les professionnels du livre et le grand public, en effectuant un retour sur la quatrième édition d’ARIEL (Auteur en résidence internationale en Lorraine).

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ISBN-13 (15)
9782384510665
Date de publication (01)
03-04-2024
Dimensions physiques
160mm x 240mm x 15mm
Éditeur
Éditions de l'Université de Lorraine

Comment citer

Boullet, V. (éd.) (2024) Jan Carson’s Poetics of Care: ‘Art is How we Process our Humanity’. Nancy (France): Éditions de l’Université de Lorraine (ARIEL: Auteur en résidence internationale en Lorraine). Disponible sur: https://editions.univ-lorraine.fr/edul/catalog/book/b9782384510665 (Consulté le: 28 mai 2024).

Sommaire

Préface
Emmy Peultier, Céline Sabiron, Barbara Schmidt
Introduction
Pauline Schwaller, Céline Sabiron, Monica Latham, Doriane Nemes
AUTHORIAL TESTIMONIES
Process, Practice and Preoccupations
Jan Carson
The Right to Bear Arts
Jan Carson
Interview at the Bibliothèque Américaine de Nancy
Jan Carson, Victoire Noë, Amina Menouar
Q&A with Jan Carson
Jan Carson
TRANSLATIONS
‘The Voice is Verb as Much as Noun’
Jan Carson, Barbara Schmidt
Translating Belfast, Past and Present
Dominique Goy-Blanquet
‘In other cities these are merely dates’
Conveying East Belfast to a Spanish Audience
Clara Ministral
‘Writer and Translator’ Masterclass
Jan Carson, Dominique Goy-Blanquet
Retour sur une expérience de traduction collective
Postcard Stories de Jan Carson
Barbara Schmidt
‘A Glorified Hill’
Jan Carson, Barbara Schmidt, Benjamin Phillips
ILLUSTRATIONS
Putting Pictures to Words
Benjamin Phillips
Sirène
Bryan Diebold
Les Lanceurs de feu
Vincent Bailly
RECEPTION
Collective Memory, Narratives and Identity in Northern Ireland
The Fire Starters and The Raptures
Charlotte Barcat
Transgenerational Transmission in The Fire Starters
Fabrice Mourlon
Jan Carson’s Fiction and the Poetics of Care
Fiona McCann
‘Wooed into the cyclops’ eye / of a tarn’
Tainted Waters in Jan Carson’s The Fire Starters and Kevin Barry’s City of Bohane
Noëlle Cuny
PORTRAITS
Jan by her Agent
Kate Johnson
The ARIEL Portrait
Jan Carson
Jan
Marie Laurence Emmanuel
Patchwork d’illustrations de la conférence de Jan Carson
Sam Metzen
Jan Carson at Lycée Georges de la Tour
Vincent Bailly
Jan Carson and Philippe Claudel at Hall du Livre
Vincent Bailly
Jan Carson at Université de Lorraine
Vincent Bailly
BACK MATTER
Bibliographie
Contributeurs
General and Guest Editors

Vanessa Boullet

Université de Lorraine, France

Vanessa Boullet is Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts and Modern Languages at Université de Lorraine in Nancy, France. Her research focuses on Irish studies and on the interactions between economy, society and politics in Ireland. She has developed an interest in the impact of multinationals on the Irish economy and its uneven development as well as issues linked to well-being and cooperation between the north and the south of the island. She is the co-editor of the book The Unequal Costs of Covid-19 on Well-Being in Europe (Springer, 2022). She also tries to develop research in Business and Modern Languages departments in France and she is a member of the editorial board of the journal Revue Internationale des Langues Étrangères Appliquées.

Nathalie Collé

Université de Lorraine, France

Nathalie Collé is Professor of English Studies at Université de Lorraine in Nancy, France. She is an active member and the director of the IDEA (Interdisciplinarité Dans les Études Anglophones) research unit. She specialises in the illustration of classics of English literature, particularly of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century fictional travel literature. The fields covered by her research include book history, print culture, visual culture and material culture, reading and reception, text-image relationships, adaptation and intermediality. She is co-founder of the international research network Illustr4tio , and co-founder and co-director of BPTI (Book Page Text Image, formerly Book Practices & Textual Itineraries at the PUN-EDULOR), a book series devoted to book history, textual scholarship and illustration studies published at Éditions de l'Université de Lorraine.

Monica Latham

Université de Lorraine, France

Monica Latham is Professor of British literature at Université de Lorraine in Nancy, France. She is a specialist of Virginia Woolf and genetic criticism and has published numerous articles on modernist and postmodernist authors. She is the author of A Poetics of Postmodernism and Neomodernism: Rewriting Mrs Dalloway (Palgrave, 2015) and Virginia Woolf’s Afterlives: The Author as Character in Contemporary Fiction and Drama (Routledge, 2021). She is the co-editor of the series Book Page Text Image (Éditions de l'Université de Lorraine), the co-editor of Biofiction Studies (Bloomsbury) and the co-editor of the series Virginia Woolf’s Reading Notebooks (Brepols).

Doriane Nemes

Université de Lorraine, France

Doriane Nemes is a postgraduate student in English studies at Université de Lorraine. Over the last five years, she has taken part in the collective translation of Mark SaFranko’s The Suicide , Mohale Mashigo’s The Yearning and Jan Carson’s Postcard Stories. She was a research assistant for the ARIEL project from 2021 to 2023, notably helping with the coordination of events, the creation of posters and flyers, and the organisation of both the closing ceremony and the ‘Jan Carson’s Literary Work: Genesis, Illustration, Translation and Awards’ one-day symposium. In 2022, she was awarded an ORION excellency scholarship in order to further her research on Wildean and fin-de-siècle studies. Her Master’s dissertation is entitled ‘Juggling with Masks: Desire for Transgression and Ethical Questionings in Oscar Wilde’s Writings’.

Pauline Schwaller

Université de Lorraine, France

Pauline Schwaller is a doctoral student in English studies at Université de Lorraine. She was an intern for the fourth edition of the ARIEL project, during which she coordinated and moderated literary events, and sometimes worked as an interpreter. Her PhD dissertation focuses on the influence of feminism on the representation of women in postmodernist rewritings of Greek myths.

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