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30 ans de l'ENS de Lyon
Alain Blayac (Paul Valéry University – Montpellier 3, France): “Comedy in Evelyn Waugh’s fiction”
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Lynn Blin (Paul Valéry University – Montpellier 3, France): “The Office – The Mockumentary and the Ethics of Laughter”
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Françoise Dupeyron-Lafay (Paris Est – Créteil University, France): “The Subversive Use of the Canonical Intertext in P. G. Wodehouse’s Code of the Woosters (1938): a (Woolfian) Defence of Comedy”
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Caroline Duvezin-Caubet (University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France): “Elephants and Light Fantasy: Humor in Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Series”
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Brigitte Friant-Kessler (University of Valenciennes, France): “Echoing Laughter: Graphic Afterlives, Media and Remediation in Martin Rowson’s Political Satire”
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François Gallix (Sorbonne University – Paris 4, France): “Alan Sillitoe: The Long Distance Runner’s Life-Long Sense of Humour”
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Jean-Michel Ganteau (Paul Valéry University – Montpellier 3, France): “Exposures: Humour and Vulnerability in some Contemporary British Novels”
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Justine Gonneaud (University of Avignon, France): “ ‘A Satire at Once Savage and Toothless’: The Politics and Aesthetics of Satire in Will Self’s Works”
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Christian Gutleben (University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France): “Bleak Humour: Jonathan Coe’s Politeness of Despair in The Rotters’ Club
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Georges Letissier (PR, University of Nantes, France): “Come(dies) of Ageism: Kingsley Amis’s Barmy, Old Devils”
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Laurent Mellet (University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès, France): From Laughing Along to Mislaughing Oneself Away and Coming Out in Jonathan Coe’s Fiction”
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Valérie Morisson (University of Burgundy, France): “Parodistic fabric: Yinka Shonibare MBE’s Satires”
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Merritt Moseley (University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA): “Jonathan Coe’s Painful Comedy, Comic Pain”
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David Quantick (Comedy Writer and Broadcaster, UK): “The Vicar at the Window Sponging his Aspidistra: Comedy in High and Low British Culture”
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José Ramon Prado (Jaime I University, Spain): “The Comic Grotesque as Political Statement in Jonathan Coe”
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Aloysia Rousseau (Sorbonne University – Paris 4, France): “Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party (1958) and The Dumb Waiter (1960) or the Intermingling of Farce and Menace”
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Emilie Walezak (Lumière University – Lyon 2, France): “Satire Revised in Light of Thatcherism in Rose Tremain’s Restoration (1989)”
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Graham Wolfe (National University of Singapore, Singapore): “Undead Comedy in Caryl Churchill’s A Number (2002)”
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