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Azouz Begag
Azouz Begag from A to Z
International Conference, March 1-2, 2002 

Program
 


 

 

Friday, March 1

 

(All sessions are in room 204, Longmire Building, Ivy Way)

12.30 - 
Registration and coffee
1.15 - 
Welcome 
  • Dr Donald J. Foss, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 

1.30 - 
Session 1 
  • Sylvie Durmelat (Georgetown University, Washington): 'Transcriptions et effets de traduction dans Le Gone du Chaâba'
  • Shailja Sharma (De Paul University, Chicago): 'Urbanism in Azouz Begag's Early Work' 

3.00 -
Coffee
3.30 -
Session 2 
  • Mary McCullough (Samford University, Alabama): 'Who's Mocking Whom? Representing the "Beur" Stereotype in Béni ou le paradis privé
  • Michel Laronde (University of Iowa): 'Les stéréotypes scolaires chez Azouz Begag'

5.00 -

Dinner Break

Close of session
7.30 - 
Screening of Le Gone du Chaâba (The Shantytown Kid) with French sound-track and English sub-titles, including presentation and debate with Azouz Begag: Student Life Building, Wildwood Drive 

Saturday, March 2
(All seessions are in the Broad Auditorium, Claude Pepper Building, corner of Call Street and Ivy Way)
9.00 -

Session 3

  • Hassiba Lassoued (Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris): 'Le verbe, miroir social dans Béni ou le paradis privé'
  • Hafid Gafaïti (Texas Tech University): 'Azouz Begag ou l'écriture et l'intervention sociale'
10.30 -
Coffee
11.00 -

Session 4

  • Christine O'Dowd-Smyth (Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland): 'Writing Memory and Identity in The Falling Angels and Les Chiens aussi'
  • Mark McKinney (Miami University, Ohio): 'It's a Dog's Life: Azouz Begag's Les chiens aussi'

12.30 -

Close of session

Lunch Break

2.00 -

Session 5

  • Monique Manopoulos (Independent scholar): 'Zenzela: tremblements de terre et écarts d'identité'
  • Abigail Descombes (Université de Paris VII): ' «Harki de la plume»? Azouz Begag et la communauté algérienne en France dans Le Gone de Chaâba, Quand on est mort, c'est pour toute la vie et Ahmed de Bourgogne'
3.30 -
Coffee
4.00 -

Session 6

  • Patricia Geesey (University of North Florida): 'La Violence et le sacré : l'Algérie et Le Passeport'
  • Hédi Abdeljaouad (Skidmore College): 'Humour au beur noir dans Quand on est mort, c'est pour toute la vie'
5.30 -
Table Ronde with Azouz Begag
6.15 -
Close of conference
8.00 -
Conference Banquet (reservation required)

 
 

For more information contact:
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