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The Center for Body, Mind, and Culture
of the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University
in collaboration with the Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature and the English Graduate Students Society presents a two-day international conference March 26-27, 2010


French Cultures of Embodiment

The title of this conference conveys a double plurality: First, the diverse styles of embodiment in the plurality of French-speaking cultures that also range far beyond the French territory of Europe, extending into Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Second, the plurality of embodied arts and aesthetic practices in these different French-speaking cultures: dance, music, drama, architecture, fashion, cosmetics, cuisine, but also film, performance, poetry, and other literary genres.  This conference will explore both of these pluralist axes to probe the rich and deeply embodied cultures of Francophonie. To register for this conference please click here and provide your name, e-mail address, and the days which plan to attend.


Click here for a list of conference speakers.

Click here for the tentative schedule.

Click here for the conference flyer.

Click here for information on travel and hotel accommodations.


Click here for a map of the FAU campus.

The pre-conference reading and discussion with Martinique author Raphael Confiant  is canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

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