Retour sur image: Patrick Modiano et la Mémoire; la Mémoire de Patrick Modiano
a talk by Professor Martine Guyot Bender
Wednesday November 16, 2016
4pm, Dauer Hall, 215
Martine Guyot-Bender is the Margaret Bundy Scott Professor and Chair in the Department of French at Hamilton College. She is the author of Poétique et politique de l’ambiguité chez Patrick Modiano (Paris, Lettres Modernes, 1999) and co-editor of Paradigms of Memory: The Occupation and Other Hi/stories in the Novels of Patrick Modiano (New York, Peter Lang, 1998), as well as numerous articles and book chapters on cultural stereotypes, French popular fiction, and French cinema and media, among other work. A co-editor of Women in French Newsletter, her current research centers on French militant documentary film. Recent courses taught include “Poetics and Politics of Representation,” “Cinematographic Memory,” “Narrative of Nationhood,” and “Politics and Aesthetics of Surrealism.”
The talk is part of the series Confrontation and Aftermath: Remembering Wars in France
The talk is in French and open to the public.