From Cosmopolitans to Cosmopolitanisms” «Des Cosmopolites aux cosmopolitismes» program / programme the Program at a Glance / Aperçu du programme



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CSECS / SCEDHS & NEASECS 2017

from Cosmopolitans to Cosmopolitanisms”



« Des Cosmopolites aux cosmopolitismes »

PROGRAM / PROGRAMME

The Program at a Glance / Aperçu du programme

**Unless otherwise noted, all events will take place at the Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard Street West


**Sauf indication contraire, tous les événements se dérouleront à l'hôtel Chelsea, 33 Gerrard Street West


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 / MERCREDI 18 OCTOBRE

5:30-8:00 / 17h30-20h Reception / Réception


Registration / Inscription
Sponsored by The Lewis Walpole Library / Avec le soutien de la bibliothèque Lewis Walpole
Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm Street

8:00/20h CSECS Executive Meeting / Réunion du comité exécutif de la SCEDHS



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 / JEUDI 19 OCTOBRE

8:00–4:45 / 8h–16h45 Registration & Book Exhibits / Inscription & Exposition de livres

8:30–10:00 / 8h30–10h Sessions / Séances

10:30–12 / 10h30–12h Sessions / Séances

12:00–1:15 / 12h–13h15 Lunch / Déjeuner

12:20–1:05 / 12h20–13h05 Graduate Student Roundtable 1 / Table ronde des étudiant.e.s de deuxième et troisième cycles 1, Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea, BAKER

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Gardiner Museum Tour 1, 18th-Century Porcelain Collections / Visite du musée Gardiner 1, collections de porcelaines du 18e siècle

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Sessions / Séances

3:15–4:45 / 15h15–16h45 Sessions / Séances

4:45–6:15 /16h45–18h15 Plenary Lecture / Conférence plénière, Sophie Wahnich, Chelsea Hotel / Hôtel Chelsea

8:00 / 20h Dido and Aeneas / Aeneas and Dido (Purcell, 1687 / Rolfe, 2007)
Pre-concert talk (7:15)
Trinity-St Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West
Link / lien: www.torontomasquetheatre.com/node/65
*
Shuttle bus leaves at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 / La navette partira à 17h30, 18h30,19h30

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 / VENDREDI 20 OCTOBRE

8:00–4:45 / 8h–16h45 Registration & Book Exhibits / Inscription & Exposition de livres

8:30–10:00 / 8h30–10h Sessions / Séances

10:30–12 / 10h30–12h Sessions / Séances

12:00–1:15 / 12h–13h15 Lunch / Déjeuner

12:00–1:15 / 12h–13h15 NEASECS Executive Lunch

12:20–1:05 / 12h20–13h05 Recital / Récital, Katelyn Clark (fortepiano), Chelsea Hotel / Hôtel Chelsea, GERRARD

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Gardiner Museum Tour 2, 18th-Century Porcelain Collections / Visite du musée Gardiner 2, collections de porcelaines du 18e siècle

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Sessions / Séances

3:15–4:45 / 15h15–16h45 Sessions / Séances

4:45–6:15/16h45–18h15 Plenary Lecture / Conférence plénière, David Womersley, Chelsea Hotel / Hôtel Chelsea

6:30 / 18h30 Graduate Student Roundtable 2/ Table ronde des étudiant.e.s de deuxième et troisième cycles 2, meet in hotel lobby Duke of Somerset, 655 Bay Street



SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 / SAMEDI 21 OCTOBRE

8:00–5:00 / 8h–17h Registration & Book Exhibits / Inscription & Exposition de livres

8:30–10 :00 / 8h30–10h Sessions / Séances

10:30–12 / 10h30–12h Sessions / Séances

12:00–1:30 / 12h–13h30 Lunch / Déjeuner

12:00–1:30 / 12h–13h30 Tour & Lunch / Visite et déjeuner, Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books, Lillian H. Smith Library

1:30–3:00 / 13h30–15h Sessions / Séances

3:30–5:00 / 15h30–17h Sessions / Séances

5:00–5:45 / 17h–17h45 CSECS General Meeting / Assemblée générale de la SCEDHS, GERRARD

5:00–5:45 / 17h–17h45 NEASECS General Meeting, BAKER

6:00–7:00 / 18h–19h Reception / Réception Sponsored by GALE, A Cengage Company / Avec le soutien de GALE, A Cengage Company

7:30–9:30 / 19h30–21h30 Banquet / Banquet



SPECIAL EVENTS / ÉVÉNEMENTS SPÉCIAUX

  • Reception (Wednesday, 5:30 pm)/ Réception (mercredi, 17h30)
    Sponsored by The Lewis Walpole Library / Avec le soutien de la bibliothèque Lewis Walpole
    Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm Street / Club Arts et Lettres, 14 Elm Street

  • Free admission to Gardiner Museum, Canada’s National Ceramics Museum (duration of conference) / Admission gratuite au musée Gardiner, le musée national de la céramique du Canada (pendant toute la durée du congrès)

Hours (18-22 October): Wednesday & Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-9, Saturday & Sunday 10-5
111 Queen’s Park, Toronto / Horaires (18-22 octobre): mercredi et jeudi de 10h à 18h, vendredi de 10h à 21h, samedi et dimanche de 10h à 17h, 111 Queen’s Park, Toronto

(Free admission with conference badge / Admission gratuite sur présentation de votre badge de congressiste)





  • Tours of Gardiner Museum / Visites au musée Gardiner, Canada’s National Ceramics Museum (Thursday & Friday, 1:15 pm/ jeudi et vendredi, 13h15)
    European Porcelain of the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries

Curator / Conservatrice : Karine Tsoumis

Limited number of tickets are available upon conference registration / Un nombre de billets d’entrée restreint est disponible lors de l'inscription au congrès

111 Queens Park, Toronto




  • Introduction to / Introduction à LEME: Lexicons of Early Modern English (coffee breaks & lunch hours / pauses café et pauses de midi)
    Link / lien: http://leme.library.utoronto.ca/
    General Editor / Éditeur en chef: Ian Lancashire (University of Toronto)
    Book Exhibits Area / Espace d’expositions de livres, Chelsea Hotel / Hôtel Chelsea

  • Web Exhibition / Exposition digitale, “Cosmopolitanism in the Archive
    Local graduate students interview CSECS/NEASECS presenters and feature the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library / Des étudiant.e.s de deuxième et troisième cycles de la ville de Toronto s’entretiennent avec des conférencières et conférenciers, et présentent la bibliothèque de livres rares Thomas Fisher, située sur le campus de l’université de Toronto

Link / lien: https://cosmopolitanisms.wordpress.com/


  • Graduate Student Roundtable 1 / Table ronde des étudiant.e.s de deuxième et troisième cycles 1: “Eighteenth-Century Studies and Twenty-First Century Careers

(Thursday, 12:20 pm / jeudi, 12h20), Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea, BAKER


  • Plenary Lecture (Thursday, 4 :45 pm) / Conférence plénière (jeudi, 16h45)

Sophie Wahnich, “Le cosmopolitisme pendant la Révolution française, de l’enthousiasme à l’embarras, 1789-1794”, Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea



  • Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (1687) & James Rolfe’s Aeneas and Dido (2007) (Thursday, 8 pm / jeudi, 20h):
    Toronto Masque Theatre, Dress Rehearsal / Répétition générale
    Link / lien: www.torontomasquetheatre.com/node/65
    Trinity-St Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West

  • Recital / Récital, Katelyn Clark, fortepiano “The Eighteenth-Century London Fortepiano School: Solo Fortepiano Works by Haydn, the Dusseks, and Pleyel” (Friday, 12:20 pm / vendredi, 12h20)

The fortepiano appears through the permission and generosity of the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto / Le pianoforte figure au programme grâce à la permission et à la générosité de la faculté de musique de l’université de Toronto

Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea, GERRARD




  • Plenary Lecture (Friday, 4:45 pm) / Conférence plénière (vendredi, 16h45)
    David Womersley, “Gibbon’s Cosmopolitanisms”
    Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea

  • Graduate Student Roundtable 2 (Friday, 6:30pm) / Table ronde des étudiant.e.s de deuxième et troisième cycles supérieurs (vendredi, 18h30)

Duke of Somerset, 655 Bay Street


  • Tours & Lunch at / Visites et repas de midi à the Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books (Saturday, 121:30 / samedi , 12h13h30)

Senior Department Head / Responsable du département: Leslie McGrath

Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Osborne Collection and by the Toronto Public Library

4th floor and basement / 4e étage et sous-sol, Lillian H. Smith Library, 239 College Street




  • Reception and Banquet (Saturday, 6pm) / Réception et banquet (samedi, 18h) 

Included in registration fee. Limited number of guest tickets are available upon conference registration. / Inclus dans les frais d'inscription. Les billets d'entrée sont disponibles en nombre limité lors de l'inscription au congrès.

Sponsored by GALE, A Cengage Company / Avec le soutien de GALE, A Cengage Company
Chelsea Hotel / hôtel Chelsea
PROGRAM



PROGRAMME



WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 / MERCREDI 8 OCTOBRE

5:30-8:00/17h30-20h Reception / Réception


Registration / Inscription
Sponsored by The Lewis Walpole Library / Avec le soutien de la bibliothèque Lewis Walpole
Arts and Letters Club / Club Arts et Lettres, 14 Elm Street

8:00/20h CSECS Executive Meeting / Réunion du comité exécutif de la SCEDHS



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 / JEUDI 19 OCTOBRE

8:00–5:00 / 8h–17h Registration & Book Exhibits / Inscription & exposition de livres


8:30–10:00 / 8h30–10h Session 1 / Séance 1
Le cosmopolitisme au féminin
Chair / Président: Andreas MOTSCH (Université de Toronto)

Francesca FIORE (Université Queen's),

Le cosmopolitisme dans la correspondance de Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni

Édouard LANGILLE (Université Saint-Francis-Xavier),

Mademoiselle Aïssé : ou la construction d’un personnage romanesque

Laetitia SAINTES (Université catholique de Louvain),

Germaine de Staël, citoyenne du monde - Le cosmopolitisme dans l’œuvre staëlienne

Adam SCHOENE (Cornell University),

Staël's Cosmopolitan Enthusiasm
Gale Primary Sources

Landscape

Chair / Présidente: Rose LOGIE (Rhode Island School of Design)

Dana GLISERMAN KOPANS (Empire State College),

Reproducing Cosmopolitan Landscapes

Anuradha GOBIN (University of Calgary),

Mapping Spaces and Policing Bodies in the Dutch Republic

David MCCALLAM (University of Sheffield),

Conquering Hekla: Volcanic Iceland in the Eighteenth-Century European Imagination
Gale Primary Sources
America 1

Chair / Président: Nicholas HUDSON (University of British Columbia)

Paul Downes (University of Toronto),

Political Theology in The Female American

Alexis McQUIGGE (University of Regina),

“That Person Shall be a Woman”: Authority and Power in The Female American

Michael REID (University of Toronto),

Translating the Gothic: Terror, Sensibility, and Transatlantic Relations
Gale Primary Sources

Music

Chair / Président: Todd GILMAN (Yale University)

Caryl CLARK (University of Toronto),

More Unusual Suspects: Badini, Haydn, and the Fate of Orpheus during Pitt’s Reign of Alarm

Katelyn CLARK (University of Toronto),

London’s Mount Parnassus: Pleyel, Corri, & Dussek’s Musical Journal (1797)

Alison DeSIMONE (University of Missouri – Kansas City),

Cosmopolitan Concerts: The Practice of Musical Miscellany on the Early Eighteenth-Century London Stage
Gale Primary Sources
An Epistolary Novel in a Snapchat World: What Does The Coquette Offer to Students Now?

Chair / Président: James GREENE (Pittsburg State University)

Morgan EBBS (Pittsburg State University),

Genre as Emancipatory Action: Discourse Communities and the Epistolary Mode in Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette

Lauren GEIGER (Pittsburg State University),

The Similarities between a Marriage and an Alliance

Jessi HEADRICK (Pittsburg State University),

Republican Motherhood and Wifehood: Reaffirming Ideology through Female Friendship
Gale Primary Sources
Religion and the Politics of Cosmopolitanism

Chair / Président: Dorothy P. ARTHUR (University of Toronto),

Fayçal FALAKY (Tulane University),

Rousseau's and Sade's Endogamous Borders

Masano YAMASHITA (University of Colorado Boulder),

Chance Events and Theodicy: Catastrophe and Mute Nature in Voltaire

Rudy LE MENTHÉOUR (Bryn Mawr College),

Rousseau lassé du monde
Gale Primary Sources
Burney

Chair / Présidente: Betty A. SCHELLENBERG (Simon Fraser University)

Lorna CLARK (Carleton University),

Burney and the Marketplace: Finding her Place in Cosmopolitan London

Kyung Hwa EUN (University of Alberta),

The Ephemerality of the Circulating Library, Daily Life, and the Novel in Frances Burney’s Camilla

Alicia KERFOOT (SUNY Brockport),

A Pattern for the “sewing sisterhood”: Embodied Needlework in Frances Burney’s The Wanderer

Peter SABOR (McGill University),

Cosmopolitan Charles Burney in Provincial King’s Lynn: Frances Burney d’Arblay versus John Wilson Croker
Gale Primary Sources
10:30–12 / 10h30–12h Session 2 / Séance 2
Roundtable / Table ronde - Que signifie, pour un roman, être ‘philosophique ? I

Chair / Président: Thierry BELLEGUIC (Université Laval)

Mitia RIOUX-BEAULNE (Université d'Ottawa),

Polyphonie, réflexivité et universalité dans les "Lettres persanes"

Maud BRUNET-FONTAINE (Université d'Ottawa),

"Les Lettres persanes" : désir et philosophie

Daniel DUMOUCHEL (Université de Montréal),

Scepticisme et roman : l’"Histoire d’une grecque moderne" de Prévost

Marc-André BERNIER (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières),

Pourquoi Thérèse est-elle philosophe ?
Gale Primary Sources
Newspapers

Chair / Président: Don NICHOL (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Kevin BERLAND (Penn State),

Cato and the News: The Language of Suicide in Eighteenth-Century British Newspapers

Chance David PAHL (University of Ottawa),

Christopher Smart, Concordia Discors, and the Figure of the Distressed Woman: Sentiment and Sentimental Parody in The Student and The Midwife

Tielke UVIN (Ghent University),

“Heroism, Captivity, and Suffering”: Spanish Patriotism in British Popular Print

Ryan WHYTE (OCAD University),

The Aesthetics of Now: Periodicals and Contemporaneity in the Paris Salons
Gale Primary Sources
Music for Shakespeare on the Stage, 1700-1800: Cosmopolitan Influences

Chair / Président: Brian CORMAN (University of Toronto)

Todd GILMAN (Yale University),

Music for Shakespeare from Arne to Zumsteeg: The Greatest Hits

Sharon HARRIS (Fordham University),

Mark the Masque: Music as Discourse in The Jew of Venice

Vanessa ROGERS (Rhodes College),



Shrews for London and Dublin: a Musical Investigation of A Cure for a Scold and the Opera of the Cobbler of Preston
Gale Primary Sources
Comedy

Chair / Président & Respondent / commentateur: Simon DICKIE (University of Toronto)

Eugenia ZUROSKI (McMaster University),

Evelina’s Laughter: The Novel’s Queerer Theories

Danielle BOBKER (Concordia University),

Laughter as Cruelty in Cruelty and Laughter
Gale Primary Sources
The South Sea Bubble

Chair / Président: Laurence WILLIAMS (University of Tokyo)

Joyce GOGGIN (University of Amsterdam),

Representing Cosmopolitanism and Financial Crisis

Katarina O’BRIAIN (Johns Hopkins University),

Swift’s Georgics of the South Sea

Helen J. PAUL (University of Southampton),

The Bubble Year of 1720 and Pieter Langendijk’s Dutch Comedies
Gale Primary Sources
Women and Cosmopolitanism

Chair / Présidente: Kathryn R. KING (University of Montevallo)

Stephanie EDWARDS (McMaster University),

“To wander out of that narrow and contracted path”: Cosmopolitan Subjectivity in Elizabeth Hamilton’s Translations of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah
Isobel M. GRUNDY (University of Alberta),

Women Writers Familiarising the Foreign

Katherine KATSIREBAS (Tufts University),

West Indian by Birth, English by Captivity: English Femininity and the Captivity Narrative

Katarina PAXMAN and Kristen BLAIR (Brigham Young University),

Hume, Women, and the Pursuit of Philosophical Community


Gale Primary Sources
12:00–1:15 / 12h–13h15 Lunch / Repas de midi
12:20-1:05 / 12h20-13h05 Graduate Student Roundtable Discussion /
Eighteenth-Century Studies and Twenty-First Century Careers

Chair / Présidente: Heather MURRAY (University of Toronto)

Darryl P. DOMINGO (University of Memphis),

Making the Eighteenth Century Great Again

Morgan VANEK (University of Calgary),

The Eighteenth Century is Over

Heather MURRAY (University of Toronto),

Eighteenth-Century Futures

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Session 3 / Séance 3


Histoire naturelle

Chair / Président: Andreas MOTSCH (Université de Toronto)

Simona BOSCANI-LEONI (Université de Berne),

L'histoire naturelle au XVIIIe siècle entre construction d'une identité locale et globalisation

Joël CASTONGUAY-BÉLANGER (Université de Colombie Britannique),

La preuve par la bouteille : Bernardin de Saint-Pierre et la théorie des marées

Swann PARADIS (Université York),

Du "Regnum animale" d’Arnout Vosmaer à l’"Histoire naturelle de Buffon" : rivalité nationale et désenchantement de la faune exotique
Gale Primary Sources
Cosmopolitanism in the Manuscript Book

Chair / Présidente: Erin KEATING (University of Manitoba)

Betty SCHELLENBERG (Simon Fraser University),

‘Ye British Youths, so Fond to Roam’: The Mediated Cosmopolitanism of Personal Manuscript Miscellanies

Rachael KING (University of California, Santa Barbara),

Global is Local: International News in the 17th-Century Manuscript Newsletter

Pam PERKINS (University of Manitoba),

Cosmopolitanism in the Manuscript Travel Journal
Gale Primary Sources

Religion

Chair / Présidente: Katherine QUINSEY (University of Windsor)

Marie COMISSO (University of Ottawa),

Cultivating Young Minds: An Ecotheological Approach to Anna Letitia Barbauld's “Hymns in Prose for Children”

Adrian KNAPP (Saint Mary’s University),

The Pitfalls of 'a very Liberal Education': Philip Quaque’s 'Arduous Mission' on the Cape Coast

Reginald McGINNIS (University of Arizona),

Enlightenment Views of Islam and Contemporary Critique

Catherine R. POWER (University of Toronto),

Imagining Our Other Selves: Freedom, Toleration, and Human Nature in the Marquis d’Argens’ Lettres juives
Gale Primary Sources
They called him Macaroni…”: Cosmopolitanism and Clothing in the Long Eighteenth Century

Chair / Présidente: Alicia KERFOOT (SUNY Brockport)

Charlotta WOLFF (University of Helsinki),

Arcadian Dreams: Count Creutz, A Diplomat, Collector and Cosmopolitan in the Age of Enlightenment

Paul YOUNG (Georgetown University),

Cod Tails, Cameos, and a Maze of Muslin: The Supreme Good Taste of Balzac’s Incroyables
Gale Primary Sources
Representing Beauty

Chair / Présidente: Terry F. ROBINSON (University of Toronto)

Respondent / commentateur: Ian BALFOUR (York University)
Nick ALLRED (Rutgers University),

‘The Sex,’ Scale, and Burke’s Beautiful

Terry F. ROBINSON (University of Toronto),

Connoisseurial Beauties

Kristen M. SCHRANZ (University of Toronto),

From the Laboratory to the Marketplace: Selling the Beauty of ‘Keir’s Metal’



Gale Primary Sources
Spaces of Law and Justice

Chair / Présidente: Chantel LAVOIE (Royal Military College of Canada)

Melissa BISSONETTE (St. John Fisher College),

“She was never in the Place”: Legitimate and Illegitimate Spaces in the Elizabeth Canning Controversy

Holly KRUITBOSCH (University of Nevada, Reno),

Representations of Justice in William Hogarth’s Hudibras Illustrations

Trevor Ross (Dalhousie University),

Dangerous Words in the Courtroom and Out: On the Emergence of “Propaganda” and “Literature”
Gale Primary Sources
Political Cosmopolitanism

Chair / Président: Peter WALMSLEY (McMaster University)

Ann-Marie HANSEN (McGill University),

The Republic of Letters, or Can a Cosmopolitan Community be a Public Sphere?

Hugh HUNTER (Dominican University College),

George Berkeley’s Immaterial Cosmopolis

Glauco SCHETTINI (Fordham University),

In Search of a New Order: National and International Revolutions in Late Eighteenth-Century Italy
Gale Primary Sources
Aeneas and Dido: Anatomy of an Opera

A Roundtable with Members of the Toronto Masque Theatre Artistic Team / Une table ronde avec les membres de l’équipe artistique du Toronto Masque Theatre

Chair / Président: Brian CORMAN (University of Toronto)

Larry BECKWITH, Artistic Director and Conductor

Alexander DOBSON, Baritone

Noah KRIEGER, Harpsichord

Marie-Nathalie LACOURSIÈRE, Choreographer / chorégraphe

James ROLFE, Composer


Gale Primary Sources
3:15–4:45 / 15h15–16h45 Session 4 / Séance 4
Roundtable / Table ronde - Que signifie, pour un roman, être ‘philosophique’ ? II

Chair / Présidente: Mitia RIOUX-BEAULNE (Université d'Ottawa)

Kathleen HAYES (Université de Montréal),

La Figure du cynique dans "Le neveu de Rameau" : le fantôme de Rousseau

Thierry BELLEGUIC (Université Laval),

Penser par supplément : fiction et expérience de pensée chez Diderot

Charlène DEHARBE (Université Laval),

Roman philosophique et Lumières militantes dans "Dolbreuse" (1783) de Loaisel de Tréogate

Françoise GEVREY (Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne),

La Fiction au service de la philosophie dans l’"Histoire véritable" et "Arsace et Isménie" de Montesquieu



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