Classical Antiquity and Modern Institutions in France (1600-1800)

An interdisciplinary, bi-lingual colloquium that reevaluates the problematic place of Greco-Roman antiquity in the “French Classical Age” through the lens of institutions such as the royal academies regulating literature and the arts.

Christelle BAHIER-PORTE, UJM Saint-Étienne/IHRIM ;
Delphine REGUIG, UJM Saint-Étienne/IHRIM ;
Anton M. MATYTSIN, University of Florida ;
Peadar KAVANAGH, University of Chicago ;
Robert MORRISSEY, University of Chicago ;
Esther VAN DYKE, University of Chicago ;
John D. LYONS, University of Virginia ;
Larry NORMAN, University of Chicago ;
Richard NEER, University of Chicago ;
Andrei POP, University of Chicago.

Made possible with the support of :
The France Chicago Center at the University of Chicago, Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne/Institut d’Histoire des Représentations et des Idées dans les Modernités (IHRIM), the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and the Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Modern France and the Francophone World.