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Melodrama workshop

Astbury, Katherine (7 mai 2014)

In March 2014, the AHRC-funded ‘French Theatre of the Napoleonic Era’ and the ERC- funded ‘Music in London’ projects co-organised a conference on European stage melodrama c. 1800 at King’s College, London, entitled ‘The Melodramatic Moment, 1790-1820’. As a prelude to the academic ...

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Napoleonic theatre and the body

Astbury, Katherine (21 avr. 2016)

Society of Dix-neuviémistes annual conference, Paris April 2016 Three members of the French Theatre of the Napoleonic era ran a panel on Napoleonic theatre and the body at the SDN annual conference last week. The panel aimed to strip away some of the assumptions about aesthetic production of the ...

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Impossible n'est pas français and the theatre of dreams?

Astbury, Katherine (21 juin 2014)

Impossible n’est pas français: Can Napoleon inspire the French to a World Cup win? While Britain prepares to remember the bicentenary of Waterloo next year as a time when the country gave the French – and ‘Boney’ in particular –  ‘a damn good hiding’ (Leon Watson, the Mail Online, 23 ...

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French Revolutionary doctoral workshop (1789-1830), June 2014

Astbury, Katherine (4 juil. 2014)

Clare Siviter, one of the project team, organised an extremely successful doctoral training day on Wednesday. In the morning, 9 PhD students from French studies to History of Art to Music presented their doctoral research. A number of themes and issues emerged as common to the different projects. ...

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Journées doctorales, Réseaux politiques et culturels européens sous la Révolution et l’Empire, 30-31st March 2015

Astbury, Katherine (5 avr. 2015)

At the end of March we travelled to Clermont-Ferrand to attend an excellent doctoral event, hosted by Philippe Bourdin and Cyril Triolaire (CHEC, Université Blaise Pascal) before two days working on the Therepsicore project on French theatre in the provinces 1791-1813. In attendance were British ...

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Napoleon's theatre legislation of 1806 in the provinces

Astbury, Katherine (1 mai 2014)

In March 2014, the Napoleonic theatre team held a workshop with Cyril Triolaire (Theatre Studies, University of Clermont-Ferrand). Cyril offered us an overview of the work of the Therepsicore project (led by Professor Philippe Bourdin - see http://chec.univ-bpclermont.fr/article143.html ), which for ...

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Liberation, Occupation—Inspiration Bonaparte? Literary and Artistic Responses to Napoleon

Astbury, Katherine (25 nov. 2014)

Liberation, Occupation—Inspiration Bonaparte? Literary and Artistic Responses to Napoleon California State University Long Beach 14-15 November 2014 Devon Cox, PhD candidate on the ‘French Theatre of the Napoleonic Era’ project at University of Warwick recently attended a conference on ...

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‘Collectionner la révolution française’, 23rd-25th September 2015, Grenoble and Domaine de Vizille, Musée de la Révolution française

Astbury, Katherine (19 oct. 2015)

Collections of objects from the French Revolution were the topic of discussion, as a modern-day collection of French Revolutionary scholars gathered in Grenoble and then at the Musée de la Révolution française in Vizille, nestled in the Alps. A blog space is far too short to give this fantastic ...

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Revolutionary researchers reading group

Astbury, Katherine (5 avr. 2015)

The first Revolutionary Researchers event of 2015 was a reading group on the theme of ‘Continuity and Rupture’ in the period 1789-1830 on 26th February at Warwick before a fascinating seminar with Munro Price on 1812-1814 and the fall of Napoleon. Jonathan has been the driving impetus behind ...

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Revolutionary researchers: the transnational

Astbury, Katherine (5 avr. 2015)

The theme of this second reading group, led by Clare Siviter, was ‘France and the Transnational’, leaving the definition of ‘transnational’ intentionally broad to encourage the discussion of ideas and themes which might reach beyond the obvious issue of sovereign boundaries. The reading— ...

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