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9 et 10 octobre – Bis Repetita Placent? (2) Remakes, genre and gender in film and TV series


colloque remakePlusieurs membres de GUEST-Normandie participeront au colloque « Bis Repetita Placent? (2) Remakes, genre and gender in film and TV series« , les 9 et 10 octobre à l’Université du Havre. Le colloque est organisé par Donna Andréolle (Université du Havre, membre de GUEST-Normandie) et Claire Maniez (Université Grenoble 3, CEMRA). Cliquer sur « Lire la suite » pour découvrir le programme.

Keynote speakers : Constantine VEREVIS (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia)  et David ROCHE (Université Toulouse II Jean-Jaures).

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Bis Repetita Placent? (2) Remakes, genre and gender in film and TV series

Donna Andréolle (Université du Havre, GRIC)
Claire Maniez

Université du Havre, France, 9 and 10 October 2014

Program of events

Thursday October 9th, 2014
9h-9h30 : Registration and coffee, GRIC office
9h30-9h45 : Opening remarks, Sarah Hatchuel (director, GRIC)

SESSION 1 – Genres and gender codes in the remake
Chair : Claire Maniez (Université Stendhal Grenoble III)
Mehdi ACHOUCHE (Université Lyon 3) Reboots and TV series: Remakes on the Small Screen
Hélene MACHINAL (Université de Bretagne Occidentale) Adaptation and Variation, the Dynamics of Gender in Sherlock, a New Sleuth for the 21st Century
Discussion and questions

11h-11h15 Coffee break

SESSION 2 – The remake as site for genderbending
Chair : Sarah Hatchuel (Université du Havre)
Agathe TORTI-ALCAYAGA (Université Paris 13) La Cage aux Folles/The Birdcage: Of Gowns and Mustachios
Dennis TREDY (Université Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle) « Kind of a Drag »: Genderbending in early 1970s sitcoms adapted from film and literature (with special focus on The Odd Couple and M*A*S*H)
12h15-12h45 Claire CORNILLON (Université Paris 13) Genderbending, vidding and the remake
Discussion and questions

13h-14h15 Lunch on the university premises

Keynote conference, Constantine VEREVIS (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia)
Contemporary Issues in Cinematic Remaking
Discussion and questions

SESSION 3 – Transcultural remakes and gender
Chair : Sylvaine Bataille (Université de Rouen)
Agnieszka RASMUS (Institute of English, University of Łódź, Poland) Genre and Gender in Hollywood remakes of British films
Karima THOMAS (IUT Angers) Remakes of The Bridge, dividing lines and meeting points: from the national heritage to transnational aspirations

16h15-16h30 Coffee break

Jennifer GORDON (University of Lincoln, School of Media) American Reinvention: Nordic Noir and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Fincher, 2011).
Discussion and questions

End Day 1

20h : Conference dinner in town

Friday October 10

8h30-9h : Coffee at the GRIC office
Keynote conference, David ROCHE (Université Toulouse II Jean-Jaures)
Remaking Horror According to the Feminists or How to Eat Your Cake and Have It, Too: The Case of I Spit on Your Grave (Meir Zarchi, 1978 and Steven R. Monroe, 2010)
Discussion and questions

SESSION 4 – Gender issues in the horror remake
Chair: David Roche (Université Toulouse II Jean-Jaures)
Jonathan FRUOCO (Université Stendhal Grenoble III) The Wicker Man (1973-2006): To the Devil, a Daughter
Gilles MENEGALDO (Université de Poitiers) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Rouben Mamoulian 1932 and Victor Fleming 1941): The paradoxes of a remake

11h-11h15: Coffee break

Elizabeth MULLEN (Université de Bretagne Occidentale) Palimpsestuous relationships and textually transmitted dis-ease : Remaking The Body Snatchers (1956, 1978, 1993 and 2007)
Discussion and questions

12h-13h30: Lunch on the university premises

SESSION 5 – Remaking the masculine/the feminine
Chair: Donna Spalding Andréolle (Université du Havre)
Barbara DUPONT (Université Catholique de Louvain/IHECS) Emotions can get you killed, bury them: Women of power in V
Kathleen LOOCK (Freie Universität Berlin) Inventing Norman’s Mom: Storyworld expansion and unfinished business in Bates Motel
Cyril BESSON (Université Stendhal Grenoble III) Of androids and women: Sexual warfare in the Robocop franchise
Discussion and questions

15h15-15h30: Coffee break

Cristelle MAURY (Université Toulouse II Le Mirail) Body Heat (1981) or the crisis of masculinity
Shannon WELLS-LASSAGNE (Université Bretagne sud) Adapting desire: Wives, prostitutes and small folk in Game of Thrones
Discussion and questions

End Day 2

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