Cahiers Parisiens / Parisian Notebooks, No. 2

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Cahiers Parisiens/Parisian Notebooks publish selected papers drawn from the various advanced-level activities at the University of Chicago's Center in Paris. Topics treated in each issue reflect the disciplinary diversity of conferences and lectures organized at the Center during a given academic year. Papers are published in the language in which they were presented—primarily English or French, but also other languages as the occasions warrant. Papers not written in English are...

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Overview

Cahiers Parisiens/Parisian Notebooks publish selected papers drawn from the various advanced-level activities at the University of Chicago's Center in Paris. Topics treated in each issue reflect the disciplinary diversity of conferences and lectures organized at the Center during a given academic year. Papers are published in the language in which they were presented—primarily English or French, but also other languages as the occasions warrant. Papers not written in English are prefaced by an English summary.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9782952596213
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Center in Paris
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Series: Parisian Notebooks Ser.
  • Edition description: Bilingual
  • Pages: 500
  • Product dimensions: 5.75 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Morrissey is the director of the University of Chicago Center in Paris and the Benjamin Franklin Professor of French Literature in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago.

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Table of Contents


Introduction
Words from the Director     5
Propos du Directeur     7
Henry James and France
Introduction     13
James et la France     18
Henry James, the International Theme and Modern Moral Life     25
L'ombrelle rose de Madame de Vionnet     32
Religion et Republique: Regards Croises France / Etats-Unis
Introduction     47
Religion and Political Pluralism     50
Religious Expression in Public Schools in the United States: Separatists, Establishmentarians and Accomodationists     67
La Republique ne reconnait aucun culte: une histoire de la reconnaissance francaise des cultes     81
Quelle education face au radicalisme religieux?     93
La Critique Cinematographique Comme Exception Francaise
Avant-propos     117
L'exercice critique francais: profits et pertes     121
Avant la critique: Interventions d'intellectuels et crise du cinema francais dans les annees 1910     134
L'invention des primitifs a I'oree du parlant: le cas Melies     148
L'ecole italienne de la Liberation et la critique francaise     176
Rene Clair, critique du cinema americain: une politique des auteurs     194
Bazin, l'exception, la regle     210
Conferences in the Sciences
A Workshop on Frontiers inClimate Simulation     227
Automating Computational Mathematical Modeling: the FEniCS Project     233
Wine and Colonialism in Ancient Gaul
Introduction     247
Wine, Colonialism and Cultural Transformation in Ancient Gaul     248
A Conference on Disorder and Delinquency: Theorizing Order in Sociological Theory, Criminal Law and Penology
Preface     283
Du Desordre et de la delinquance: Reflexions sur l'importation de la theorie de la vitre brisee en France     287
The Concept of Order in the Processual Sociology     315
L'Ordre Des Disciplines: Objets, Methodes, Problemes
Recomposing the Disciplines     349
La litterature dans l'ordre des disciplines     363
A Concept of Comparative Literature     377
Le Lieu de la philosophie     386
Disciplining Psychoanalysis     393
The Rule of Style     404
L'Esthetique au defi des pratisques artistiques actuelles     422
Gender at the Intersection of the Disciplines     434
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