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Littérature, espace(s) public(s) et démocratie
Maison française d'Oxford

Vendredi 1er et samedi 2 novembre

Littérature, espace(s) public(s) et démocratie

Colloque organisé par le CNRS, St Hugh’s College, l'Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle et l'EHESS.

The important roles played by literature and by autonomous frameworks of discussion in the formation of a democratic public space, in Europe at the time of the Enlightenment, are well known. How can we, in a now globalized world, rethink the question of possible links between literature and democracy – whether we define the latter as a form of society (the exchange of words and discourses), a problem, or a moment in time? How can we define the place of literature in the public space as it is now configured?

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Maison française d'Oxford
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2-10 Norham Road - Oxford, Grande-Bretagne (OX2 6SE)