Scènes de dispute : Dispute et dramaturgie en France et en Grande-Bretagne (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles)

Abstract : This issue investigates quarrel scenes in the controversial context of early modern and eighteenth-century Europe. At a time when public political, aesthetic and religious controversies were part of European intellectual life, quarrel scenes took a particular turn onstage, reflecting some of the conflicts of the time. The articles and performances gathered in this issue were originally presented at the conference-festival « “Quarrel Scenes” : Conflict and Dramaturgy in French and British Theatre (16th-18th Centuries) ». Our reflection stems from this specific form of conference, and is based on a dialogue between the performing arts, which are a means of exploring several modes of quarrel on stage, and academic analysis of the evolution, stakes and contexts of quarrel scenes. Contributors: Catherine Ailloud-Nicolas, Céline Candiard, Emmanuelle Chastanet, Logan J. Connors, Emanuele de Luca, Vincent Dorothée, Anne G. Graham, Tiphaine Karsenti, Dora Kiss, Cécilia Laurin, Judith le Blanc, François Lecercle, Jeanne Mathieu, Sarah Nancy, Lada Niayesh, Goulven Oiry, Céline Paringaux, Tiphaine Pocquet, Catherine Ramond, Jean Luc Robin et David Worrall.
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Jeanne-Marie Hostiou, Vasset Sophie. Scènes de dispute : Dispute et dramaturgie en France et en Grande-Bretagne (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles). France. Arrêt sur scène / Scene Focus (3-2014), 268 p., 2014, Scènes de dispute / Quarrel Scenes, ⟨⟩. ⟨hal-01475656⟩



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