Colloque international “Cavell – la pensée du cinéma” (11, 13-15 et 16 juin 2019)

 

La pensée du cinéma

The Thought of Movies

En hommage à Stanley Cavell (1926-2018)

 

Colloque International

International Conference

 

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Institut des sciences juridique et philosophique de la Sorbonne

Cinéma Le Champo

 

Paris, June 11th, 13th-15th, 16th 2019

 

Avec le soutien de/ sponsored by:

Institut Universitaire de France

Institut d’Asie Orientale, ENS de Lyon

Institut Acte, Université Paris 1

Programme JSPS/CNRS Education to Democracy

Editions Vrin

Editions Flammarion

 

Programme du cinéma Le Champo: CAVELL STANLEY LE CHAMPO 2019

 


Tuesday, JUNE 11th, 2019

Cinéma Le Champo, 51 rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris

 

20h – Opening of the Champo “Cavell Festival”: A. de Baecque, E. Domenach, S. Laugier

Comment je me suis disputé… (ma vie sexuelle) (1996, 2h58) English subtitles

presented by Arnaud Desplechin

 


Thursday, JUNE 13th, 2019

Cinéma Le Champo, 51 rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris

 

18h – Welcome

Sandra Laugier (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), Elise Domenach (ENS Lyon)

18h15 William Rothman (University of Miami): The Same Again, Only a Little Different: Cavell’s Two Takes on The Philadelphia Story

19h Letter form an Uknown Woman, Max Ophüls, 1948, presented by Marc Cerisuelo (Université Marne La Vallée)

20h30 Cocktail

 


Friday, JUNE 14th, 2019

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

17 rue de la Sorbonne 75005 Paris

UFR de philosophie, salle Cavaillès, Escalier C, 1er étage

 

Chair: Piergiorgio Donatelli (Universita Roma La Sapienza)

9h Stephen Mulhall (Oxford University) ‘The Alphabet of Us’: Miracles, Messianism and the Baseline Test in Blade Runner 2049

9h45 Naoko Saito (Kyoto University) What measures justice? What justifies happiness?: Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

10h15 Discussion

 

10h30 Ethics of Film

Chair: Alice Crary (Oxford University)

Piergiorgio Donatelli Filming democracy: reciprocity and irony

Victor Krebs (University Pontifical Lima) Film as Praise

Hugo Clémot (Tours) Cinéthique et perfectionnisme

Daniele Lorenzini (Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles & University of Warwick) From Recognition to

 

14h Genres: Remarriage, Melodrama

Chair: Russell Goodman (University of New Mexico)

Martine de Gaudemar (Université Paris Nanterre) Cavell et le monde des femmes

Grégoire Halbout (Université de Tours) De la comédie du remariage à la comédie screwball

David LaRocca (Cornell University) Watching Home Movies with Stanley Cavell

 

15h30 Popular Culture

Chair: Victor Krebs

Philippe Corcuff (Science Po Lyon) Figures de la théorie critique et de la désobéissance dans le jeu de langage cinématographique, avec Cavell, au-delà de Cavell

Sandra Laugier (Université Panthéon Sorbonne, ISJPS) Ordinary Ethics and Popular Culture

Pauline Blistène (Univ. Paris 1) The Thought of TV Series: Realism and Education

 

Chair: Elise Domenach (ENS Lyon, IAO)

17h30 Paul Standish (UCL) Between loud mouths and thin lips: confidence, profession, and the aesthetics of philosophy

18h D.N. Rodowick (University of Chicago) Cavell, Community, and Contemporary Art

 

19h15, Librairie Vrin 6 place de la Sorbonne

Book presentations:

La Projection du monde (The World Viewed), Belin, 1999, new edition, Vrin, 2019

Philosophie des salles obscures (Cities of Words), 2011, reprint, Flammarion

 


Saturday, JUNE 15th, 2019

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

17 rue de la Sorbonne 75005 Paris

 

9h00-10h45

Session 1, S Salle Lalande, Escalier C, 1er étage, UFR de philosophie Univ. Paris 1

modérateur: Marco Dell’Omodarme (Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne-ACTE)

Yves Erard & Francis Mobio (Université de Lausanne) Stanley Cavell and Robert Gardner’s anthropological cinema: projecting self-evidence?

Léa Boman (ISJPS, Paris 1) Ordinary Life, self-reliance and emersonian perfectionism in Cities of Words (1981)

Kate Rennebohm (Harvard University) Reviewing Moral Perfectionism

Tristan Chetrit (ISJPS, Univ. Paris 1) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: A Comedy of Remarriage?

Eric Ritter (Vanderbilt) Gender, Remarriage Comedy, and New Television in the work of Judd Apatow

 

Session 2 Salle de formation de la Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire de la Sorbonne

modérateur : Pierre Fasula (ISJPS, Univ. Paris 1)

Esther Hallé Saito (ENS Lyon) Cinematic Realism and the Sense of Loss. Antonio Pietrangeli and the Melodrama of the Unkown Woman

Olivia Poiatti (ISJPS) Women’s voice in film and the legacy of opera: a matter of desire

Vincent Zeis (Univ. Montréal) Stanley Cavell and Quentin Tarantino – Kill Bill (2003) read

through Contesting Tears: The Melodrama of the Unknown Woman (1996)

Matthew Congdon (Vanderbilt) What is a Type? Individual and Species in The World Viewed

Christian Walter (FMSH, ISJPS) A difficulty of moral perfectionism: the role of money in Chariots of fire

 

11h

Centre Panthéon, 12 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris salle 216 2e étage

Chair: Sandra Laugier

11h Richard Moran (Harvard University) Cavell sur l’activité et la passivité dans l’expression photographique

11h45 Paola Marrati (Johns Hopkins University) La quête de l’existence. Sur The World Viewed et Gaslight

 

 

Centre Panthéon, 12 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris salle 216 2e étage

 

14h-15h45 What Becomes of Things on Screen

Chair: Paola Marrati

Jean-Philippe Narboux (Bordeaux Montaigne) The Thought of TV Series

Byron Davies (UNAM) Accidents Made Permanent: Theater and Automatism in Stanley Cavell

Christian Martin (Universität Leipzig) The Invisible on Screen

Martin Shuster (Goucher College) Screen and World

 

16h-17h45 Cavell at Criticism

Chair: José Moure (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, ACTE)

Marc Cerisuelo Philosophie, cinéphilie, critique

Murielle Joudet (Le Monde) A la recherche du Woman’s picture

Elise Domenach (ENS Lyon) Film criticism: rethinking the « aesthetic possibilities » of the medium

Andrew Klevan (Oxford University) Cavell at (Film) Criticism

 

Cinéma Le Champo, 51 rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris

18h Le Rayon Vert (Eric Rohmer, 1986), English subtitles, presented by Antoine de Baecque (ENS Ulm)

 


Sunday, JUNE 16th, 2019

Cinéma Le Champo, 51 rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris

14h The Awful Truth (Leo McCarey, 1937) presented by Sandra Laugier and David Cav

 


Organization

Sandra Laugier, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Elise Domenach, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon

 

Speakers

Pauline Blistène (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Marc Cerisuelo (Université Marne La Vallée)

Philippe Corcuff (Science Po Lyon)

Alice Crary (Oxford University)

Antoine de Baecque (ENS Paris)

Martine de Gaudemar (Univ Paris X Nanterre)

Byron Davies (UNAM)

Marco Dell’Omodarme (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, ACTE)

Piergiorgio Donatelli (Roma La Sapienza)

Pierre Fasula (ISJPS, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)

Russell Goodman (University of New Mexico)

Grégoire Halbout (Université de Tours)

Andrew Klevan (Oxford University)

Victor Krebs (Université Pontificale Lima)

David LaRocca (Cornell University)

Daniele Lorenzini (Centre Prospéro, Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)

Paola Marrati (Johns Hopkins University)

Christian Martin (Universität Leipzig)

Richard Moran (Harvard University)

José Moure (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, ACTE)

Stephen Mulhall (Oxford University)

Jean-Philippe Narboux (Université Bordeaux Montaigne)

D.N. Rodowick (University of Chicago)

William Rothman (University of Miami)

Naoko Saito (Kyoto Univeristy)

Martin Shuster (Goucher College)

Paul Standish (University College London)

 

Sessions:

Léa Boman (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)

Tristan Chetrit (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)

Matthew Congdon (Vanderbilt University)

Yves Erard (Université de Lausanne)

Esther Hallé Saito (ENS Lyon)

Francis Mobio (Université de Lausanne)

Olivia Poiatti (Univ. Paris 1)

Kate Rennebohm (Harvard University)

Eric Ritter (Vanderbilt University)

Christian Walter (FMSH, ISJPS)

Vincent Zeis (Univ. Montréal)

 


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