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



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Richardson

Chair / Président: Christopher FANNING (Queen’s University)

Hilary HAVENS (University of Tennessee),

Fifty Shades of Pamela: Eighteenth-Century Fan Fiction and Samuel Richardson’s Sequel

Mary Helen McMURRAN (Western University),

Samuel Richardson’s and Ibn Turfayl’s Tales of Selfhood: A Cosmopolitan Comparison

Yoam YOREH (University of Toronto),

“You are well read, I see”: Social Elevation and Sexual Education through Literature in Samuel Richardson’s Pamela
Gale Primary Sources
Cultural Encounters and Conflicts

Chair / Présidente: Karen VALIHORA (York University)

Freerk HEULE (Erasmus University Rotterdam),

Horace Walpole on Chinese Matters

Sylvia HUNT (Laurentian University),

Waste versus Taste: Gastropolitics and Protofeminism in the Eighteenth-Century Cookbook Wars

Jaspreet S. TAMBAR (Royal Military College of Canada),

The Battle of the Books and the Romantic Quarrel
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Crime and Narrative

Chair / Président: TBA

Noel CHEVALIER (University of Regina),

Creative Accounting: Alternative Facts in the Case of the Pirate, John Gow

Debbie WEBBER (University of Winchester),

The Facts and Trials of Jane Griffin, hanged for the murder of Elizabeth Osborn 29 January 1720
Gale Primary Sources
Foreigners in London

Chair / Présidente: Eugenia ZUROSKI (McMaster University)

Stephanie DeGOOYER (Willamette University),

“Foreigner Friends”: The Novel and British Nationality Law

David ALFF (University of Buffalo),

Imagining Sanctuary: Defoe and the Palatine Refugee Crisis

Dwight CODR (University of Connecticut, Storrs),

Moll Flanders, Migrant
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Cosmopolitan from the Very Start: Women's Periodicals in the Eighteenth-Century World

Chair / Présidente: Pam PERKINS (University of Manitoba)

Tanya Marie CALDWELL (Georgia State University),

From Country Wife to Cosmopolitan: Hannah Cowley, the Della Cruscans, and the Periodical as Global Stage

Manushag N. POWELL (Purdue University),

‘Poor Poll is very melancholy’: The Parrot’s ‘Friend in the Country’

Kathryn R. KING (University of Montevallo),

The Young Lady, the Old Maid, and the Lisbon Earthquake

Gale Primary Sources

Opera and Cosmopolitanism: Performances, Players, Audiences

Chair / Présidente: Mary Ann PARKER (University of Toronto)

Kaleb KOSLOWSKI (University of Toronto),

The Business of Opera Seria: Functions and Politics of Musical Cosmopolitanism in Georg Philipp Telemann’s Orpheus (1726)

Humberto GARCIA (University of California, Merced),

An Indo-Persian at the London Theater: Gender, Class, and Performance in Abu Taleb Khan's Cosmopolitan Poetry

Paul F. RICE (Memorial University of Newfoundland),

Giovanni Battista Velluti in London: Insult to Humanity or Purveyor of a Lost Art of Singing
Gale Primary Sources
Roundtable / Table ronde - American Founding Principles: Then and Now

Chair / Présidente: Alison CONWAY (Western University)

David ALVAREZ (De Pauw University)

Mark CANUEL (University of Illinois)
Paul DOWNES (University of Toronto)
Corrinne HARROL (University of Alberta)

Steven PINCUS (Yale University)


16h45h / 4 :45 Plenary lecture / Conférence plénière

Chair / Président: Andreas MOTSCH (University of Toronto)

Sophie WAHNICH, (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - CNRS, et École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales - EHESS)

“Le cosmopolitisme pendant la Révolution française, de l’enthousiasme à l’embarras, 1789-1794“
8:00 / 20h Dido and Aeneas / Didon et ÉnéeAeneas and Dido / Énée et Didon
(Purcell, 1687 / Rolfe, 2007)

Trinity-St Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West


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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 Session 5 / Séance 5
Cosmopolitisme, patriotisme et anti-philosophie en temps de guerre :

l’exemple de la presse européenne d’expression française I

Chair / Président: Andreas MOTSCH (University of Toronto)

Edmond DZIEMBOWSKI (Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté),

Les dynamiques du patriotisme français : les dons de vaisseaux
de 1761-62 et de 1782

Leïla TNAÏNCHI (Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté),

Benjamin Franklin francophile

Sébastien DROUIN (University of Toronto),

Les réseaux d'information à la cour de Gotha sous le règne de Friedrich III
Graffigny

Chair / Présidente: Armelle ST MARTIN (Université duManitoba)

Dorothy P. ARTHUR (Université de Toronto),

Une Amitié franco-britannique : Françoise de Graffigny et
Elizabeth Wilmot Montagu, lady Sandwich

Kelsey RUBIN-DETLEV (Queen’s College, Université d'Oxford),

La correspondance entre Mme de Graffigny et Mme Copineau :
didactisme, amitié et épistolarité à la cour de Vienne
Gale Primary Sources


Birds and Animals

Chair / Présidente: Emily WEST (University of Windsor)

Alyssa CURRIE (University of Victoria),

Locating “The Tyger” in Eighteenth-Century London

Fraser EASTON (University of Waterloo),

Smart, Wordsworth, and the Animal Claim

Katherine QUINSEY (University of Windsor),

“And roar in Numbers worthy Bounce”: Pope and the Cosmopolitan Animal

Lisa VARGO (University of Saskatchewan),

The Domestication of the Cosmopolitan: The Case of the Pheasant
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Sterne

Chair / Présidente: Martha F. BOWDEN (Kennesaw State University)

Candace CUNARD (Columbia University),

Cosmopolitan Sensibilities and the Pace of Digression in Tristram Shandy
Kazuki OCHIAI (Binghamton University),

Shandean Property Theory and Materialistic Locke

Maddie REYNOLDS (Cornell University),

Frenchman Yorick: Breaking Down National Boundaries in A Sentimental Journey


Gale Primary Sources
Cosmopolitan Imaginings 1

Chair / Président: Frans DE BRUYN (University of Ottawa)

Mihaela CZOBOR-LUPP (Carleton College),

Rethinking Cosmopolitanism: An Argument from Johann Gottfried Herder

Victor HAINAGIU (University of Toronto),

“Beauty as Truth: Neoclassical Cosmopolitanism in Lady Montagu’s Turkis Embassy Letters”

Esther YU (University of California, Berkeley),

Feeling Certainty: The Impressions of Lockean Epistemology

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History/Historiography

Chair / Présidente: Jennifer MORI (University of Toronto)

Pamela M. BARBER (Independent Scholar),

Kant’s Notions of Cosmopolitanism and Enlightenment Conjectural History

Emilie MITRAN (Aix-Marseille University, LERMA),

Cosmopolitan republican: Gouverneur Morris’s pragmatic chronicle of the French Revolution

Megan WOODWORTH (University of New Brunswick),

History, Fiction, and Political Change in Sophia Lee’s The Recess 1783
Gale Primary Sources
Approaches to Teaching and Researching Eighteenth-Century Literary Illustration

Chairs / Présidentes: Leigh DILLARD (University of North Georgia) & Christina IONESCU (Mount Allison University)

Sandro JUNG (Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel),

Book Illustration and Book Collecting

Rachel SCHMIDT (University of Calgary),

Book Illustration and Reception Studies

Guy SPIELMANN (Georgetown University),

This is not a play: The Treason of Images in Theater Books
Gale Primary Sources
Translation as Cosmopolitan Practice

Chair / Présidente: Claire BALDWIN (Colgate University)

Laura FRESEMAN (Independent Scholar),

“Clothing our Arabian in an English Habit”: Translations of an Arabic Ode in the Long Eighteenth Century

Birgit TAUTZ (Bowdoin College),

Cosmopolitan Concepts in German Journals: (Un-)Translatables?

Rob TWISS (University of Toronto),

Savagery and Satire in 18th-century English translations of L’Ingénu
Gale Primary Sources
Austen 1

Chair / Président: Peter SABOR (McGill University)

Christopher FANNING (Queen’s University),

“Unsisterly behaviour”: Clarissa in Persuasion

Katja LINDSKOG (Yale University),

Narrative and Ethical Change in Jane Austen’s Persuasion

David RICHTER (Queens College; CUNY Graduate Center),

From Lady Susan to Love and Friendship: Whit Stillman’s Adaptation of Austen
Gale Primary Sources
10:30–12 / 10h30 – 12h Session 6 / Séance 6
Cosmopolitisme, patriotisme et anti-philosophie en temps de guerre : l’exemple de la presse européenne d’expression française II

Chair / Président: Sébastien DROUIN (Université de Toronto)

Jean-François DUNYACH (Université Paris 4-Sorbonne),

Révolution française et patriotisme britannique from below : William Playfair et ses entreprises de presse face à la question de l’universalisme révolutionnaire (1792-1796)

Andrea LANZA (Université de Toronto),

L’horizon cosmopolitique des peuples éclairés et libres : Condorcet et sa réception sous la Révolution
Gale Primary Sources
Matérialité et exotisme chez Graffigny et Casanova

Chair / Présidente: Servanne WOODWARD (Université de Western Ontario)

David SMITH (Université de Toronto),

Aspects bibliographiques du paratexte chez Mme de Graffigny – 2

Diane KELLEY (University of Puget Sound),

Material Culture and Lettres d’une Péruvienne

Elena STOICA (Université de Toronto),

Les avatars de la liberté : le vieux Casanova entre cosmopolitisme et exil
Gale Primary Sources
Editorial

Chair / Présidente: Hilary HAVENS (University of Tennessee)

Lisa BERGLUND (Buffalo State College),

Dr. Johnson’s Apology for the Life of Hester Thrale”: Piozzi’s Letters to and from the late Samuel Johnson, LLD

Mathieu BOUCHARD (John Abbott College),

Editing the Geographies of As You Like It: The Forest of Arden and the Dramatis Personae List

Morteza LAK (Azad University of Tehran),

Jacob Tonson’s Illustrated Shakespeare (1709): Book Illustration as a Cosmopolitan Print Culture Scene
Moral Philosophy/Self-Love/Sensibility

Chair / Président: Donald AINSLIE (University of Toronto)

Barbara ABRAMS (Suffolk University),

Rousseau’s Moral and Legal Legacy: Establishing the Modern Tenets of Hospitality

Stefan BROWN (Queen’s University),

Hobbes and Self-Love: How Hutcheson’s Moral Sense Transformed Thomas Hobbes into a Moral Philosopher

Katie HUNT (Queen’s University),

Henry Mackenzie's The Man of Feeling and the Benevolent Misanthrope

Tommaso MORAWSKI (Sapienza Università di Roma),

Kant’s imaginative geography and the geographical unity of reason
Gale Primary Sources
The Spatial Fantasies of Cosmopolitanism 1

Chair / Président: Daniel O’QUINN (University of Guelph)

Rathika MUTHUKUMARAN (University of Oxford),

“Those Indian Wives… may do well to keep themselves in their own Countrey”: Spatial Fantasies of Dryden’s Indian Women

Laura ROSENTHAL (University of Maryland),

Mr. Spectator, The Royal Exchange, and Cosmopolitan History

Bridget ORR (Vanderbilt University),

From Ireland to Peru: Arthur Murphy’s (anti)-imperial dramaturgy

Cosmopolitan Imaginings 2

Chair / Présidente: April LONDON (University of Ottawa)

Margaret WALD (Independent Scholar),

Generic Cosmopolitanism

Kit HEINTZMAN (Harvard University),

Cosmopolitan Capital: The Asymmetries of Experience and Representation of International Students at Les Écoles Royales Vétérinaire de Paris et Lyon, 1761-1786

Noah LLOYD (Cornell University),

Friday Subjected: Intersubjectivity in Robinson Crusoe



Approaches to Teaching and Researching Eighteenth-Century Literary Illustration 2

Chair / Présidente: Christina IONESCU (Mount Allison University

Ileana BAIRD (Zayed University),

Book Illustration and Thing Theory

Lauren BECK (Mount Allison University)

Book Illustration and Cartography

Kevin BOURQUE (Elon University),

Book Illustration and Material Culture

Seduction/Marriage

Chair / Présidente: Julie MURRAY (Carleton University)

Alden CAVANAUGH (Indiana State University),

Seduction of the Bride

Deborah KENNEDY (Saint Mary’s University),

Married Love in the Poetry of Anne Finch

Julie PRIOR (University of Toronto),

“Mak[ing] the Merry Cobler and his Wife, Friends Again”: Friendship, Marriage, and Submission in Eighteenth-Century Adaptations of The Taming of the Shrew
Gale Primary Sources
Performing Texts/Textual Performances

Chair / Présidente: Fiona RITCHIE (McGill University)

Deborah C. PAYNE (American University, Washington),

"Excellent Action": What Shakespeare Adaptations Tell Us about Performance Style

Jean MARSDEN (University of Connecticut),

The Critic as Playwright: How Theatre Reviews Shaped Performance

Diana SOLOMON (Simon Fraser University),

Force within Farce? Rape Culture in Restoration Comedies
Gale Primary Sources
12:00–1:15 / 12h–13h15 Lunch / Repas de midi

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

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

1:15–2:45 / 13h15–14h45 Session 7 / Séance 7


Climats et cosmopolitismes

Chair / Président: Marc-André BERNIER (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)

Richard SPAVIN (Université York),

Les possibilités du cosmopolitisme politique : la figure du "climat" de Machiavel à Staël

Jean-Olivier RICHARD (Université de Toronto), "Climat, Cosmos et Cosmopolitisme: L’action planétaire de l’homme selon le père Castel"

Dorine ROUILLER (Université de Genève),

Philosophie cosmopolite et climat dans la Première journée de Théophile de Viau



Luxe et pauvreté : banquiers et religieuses

Chair / Président: Sébastien CÔTÉ (Université Carleton)

Armelle ST MARTIN (Université duManitoba),

Le réseau cosmopolite des banquiers parisiens sous la Révolution

Isabelle TREMBLAY (Collège militaire royal du Canada),

Cosmopolitisme et représentation du luxe dans la fiction de Mlle de Fauques

Marilyse TURGEON-SOLIS (Université de Colombie Britannique/ Université Paris X),

“Nous ne sommes pas de ces plantes parasites inutiles" : le cri du cœur des religieuses (1789-1791)
Gale Primary Sources
Material Culture

Chair / Présidente: Kathryn READY (University of Winnipeg)

Alan BEWELL (University of Toronto),

Cosmopolitan Natures and the Colonial Skin-Trade

Maria ZYTARUK (University of Calgary),

Before Mr. Pumblechook: Buying, Selling, and Exchanging Seeds in Eighteenth-Century London

Pichaya DAMRONGPIWAT (Cornell University),

Cosmopolitan Aesthetics: Jan van Kessel’s Allegory of America
Gale Primary Sources
Challenges to Cosmopolitanism

Chair / Président: David OAKLEAF (University of Calgary)

Angela DU (University of Toronto),

Cosmopolitan Desire and the Individual in Pratt’s Emma Corbett

Stephen K. KIM (Cornell University),

The Diasporic Cost of Cosmopolitanism in Behn’s Oroonoko

Kim Ian MICHASIW (York University),

William Cowper's Cosmopolitanism under Glass

Laurence WILLIAMS (University of Tokyo),

Swift and the Anti-Cosmopolitan Vision: Rethinking the Japan Episode in Gulliver’s Travels
Gale Primary Sources
Three Cosmopolitan Women

Chair / Présidente: Lisa VARGO (University of Saskatchewan)

Michaela VANCE (Stockholm University),


Cosmopolitanism and Colonialism in The History of Emily Montague

Veronica LITT (University of Toronto),

Mary Shelley’s Morbid Cosmopolitanism

Julie MURRAY (Carleton University),

Mary Wollstonecraft and Progressive Historiography
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Indigenous Words, Colonial Allusions

Chair / Présidente: Bridget ORR (Vanderbilt University)

Katherine BERGEVIN (Columbia University),

“Children of the Forest”: The Romantic Landscape and the Long History of Native Legal Status

Susan Paterson GLOVER (Laurentian University),

Teyoninhokarawen's Journal and the Gospel of John: The Transatlantic Translation of John Norton

Eric MILLER (University of Victoria),

“Some Pages of Don Quixote”: Lady Elizabeth Simcoe’s Reading in Upper Canada
Gale Primary Sources
Cosmopolitan Imaginings 3

Chair / Président: John O’NEILL (Hamilton College)

Andrea SPELTZ (University of Waterloo),

The Imagination and Cosmopolitanism in Wieland’s Contributions to the Secret History of Humanity (1774)

David PUGH (Queen’s University),

Here, everywhere, nowhere: Schiller’s cosmopolitan vision

Megan WEBER (Case Western Reserve University),

Can You See It?: Ekphrastic Imaginings in Aphra Behn

Jacob MYERS (Georgetown University),

The Vegetative Carcass: London’s Attempt to Reconcile a Feral Child
Approaches to Teaching and Researching Eighteenth-Century Literary Illustration 3

Chair / Président: Sandro JUNG (Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel)

Catherine THEOBALD (Brandeis University),

Erasing the Frame: Book Illustration and Word-Image Studies

Leigh DILLARD (University of North Georgia),

Book Illustration and Visual Culture

Teri DOERKSEN (Mansfield University),

Book Illustration and Gender Studies

Christina IONESCU (Mount Allison University),

Book Illustration and Bibliography Studies
Gale Primary Sources
Austen 2

Chair / Présidente: Rachel CARNELL (Cleveland State University)

Alexandra GRENIER (Independent Scholar),

Home and Away: Local Cosmopolitanism in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park and Persuasion

Megan TAYLOR (McGill University),

A Sense of the Ending: Adaptation and the Canceled Chapters of Persuasion

Karen VALIHORA (York University),



Emma, the Pastoral, and the Scene of the Novel
Gale Primary Sources
3:15–4:45 / 15h15–16h45 Session 8 / Séance 8
Circuler entre les temps, le cosmopolitisme réinvente toujours une tradition

Chair / Président: Andreas MOTSCH (Université de Toronto)

Sophie WAHNICH, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) et École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)

“Des Stoïciens aux révolutionnaires, des révolutionnaires à aujourd’hui le cosmopolitisme invente le crime de lèse humanité

Olivier TONNEAU (Université de Cambridge),

Le cosmopolitisme à l’épreuve de l’anticolonialisme : Césaire, Fanon, Yacine et la Révolution française

Rebecca KINGSTON (University of Toronto),

Rousseau’s Debt to Plutarch or Rousseau as Critic of the Cosmopolitan Ideal

Escamoter la différence émotionnelle : du bouleversement de l’émotion de propriété

Chair / Président: Daniel DUMOUCHEL (Université de Montréal)

Servanne WOODWARD (Université de Western Ontario),

De l’étrange expression de l’intimité avec Vigée-Lebrun

Aleksandra GIERALT (University of Western Ontario),

‘I had lost everything a woman can lose’: Perspectives on a Woman’s Happiness

Corinne STREICHER-ANGLADE (Université du Québec à Montréal),

Les larmes de l'historien Winckelmann : un paradoxe éloquent

Pedagogy Roundtable - What I Learned Teaching Jane Austen

Chair / Présidente: Tiffany POTTER (University of British Columbia)

Rhonda RAY (East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania),

Historicizing Austen: How to Marry a Gentleman in Wartime England

Kandice SHARREN (Simon Fraser University) and Taylor MORPHETT (Simon Fraser University),

Negotiating Scale: What we Learned Teaching "Emma" Online

Barbara K. SEEBER (Brock University),

Teaching Jane Austen’s Place in the Country House Tradition

Candace CUNARD (Columbia University),

Keeping Up With the Crawfords? Using Contemporary Media to Teach Austen’s Style

Claire GROGAN (Bishop’s University),

Using film adaptation to understand Austen
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The Spatial Fantasies of Cosmopolitanism 2

Chair / Présidente: Laura ROSENTHAL (University of Maryland)

James MULHOLLAND (North Carolina State University),

Regionalism, Not Cosmopolitanism: The Making of Anglo-Indian Literature

Ashley L. COHEN (Georgetown University),

“The “Black-hole” of Ranelagh? Fashionable Sociability and the Spatial Fantasies of Empire

Daniel O’QUINN (University of Guelph),

Charlotte Smith’s Littoral Zones

Authorship/Narrative

Chair / Présidente: Mary Helen McMURRAN (Western University)

Erin KEATING (University of Manitoba),

Paratextual Community: Sébastien Brémond’s Secret Histories and the Restoration Court

Nick NASH (Western University),

The Many Anonymous Voices of Anthony Collins

Lorraine PIROUX (Rutgers University),

The Bad Travels of Diderot’s Literature

Fables/Didacticism

Chair / Président: Alex HERNANDEZ (University of Toronto)

Martha F. BOWDEN (Kennesaw State University),

Mary Davys’s Erased Fables: The Fugitive (1709)

Lucy ELLIS (University of Ottawa),

Unseen and unwilling to act: The Ineffectual Objective Observer in Haywood’s The Invisible Spy

Abigail LOCHTEFELD (Southern Utah University),

“With ripen’d Judgment and digested Wit”: The Publication History and Prestige of Dryden’s Fables to 1800
Gale Primary Sources



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