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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

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  1. Haunting Memories Voiced through Mnemonic Prose in Caryl Phillips’s The Nature of Blood’

    Mascoli, Giulia
    My paper seeks to examine how Caryl Phillips’s use of formal devices akin to music enables the story of Eva from The Nature of Blood (1997) to resonate through time and space and how musical prose can mirror her emotional state. Through musical stylistic devices such as sonic patterns (poetic techniques based on reiterations such as alliteration, chiasmus), structural analogies with musical forms (riff, polyphony) and a use of repeated lexical items (which can imitate a musical improvisation), Phillips resorts to a language which both seeks and defies the reader’s understanding. He enables the call of his traumatized character to...

  2. Sarah Quigley: La symphonie de Leningrad

    Mascoli, Giulia

  3. Suhayl Saadi: Psychoraag

    Mascoli, Giulia

  4. Caryl Phillips: La nature humaine

    Mascoli, Giulia

  5. Spectral Echoes in Caryl Phillips’s The Nature of Blood

    Mascoli, Giulia
    Peer reviewed

  6. Roland Barthes, moderne, antimoderne, postmoderne, après-moderne ?

    Demoulin, Laurent
    Peer reviewed

  7. Looking Beyond: Writers in Motion

    Ledent, Bénédicte
    Peer reviewed

  8. The Caribbean and its Others in Jean Rhys and Caryl Phillips's Work

    Ledent, Bénédicte
    Peer reviewed

  9. The Haunting Presence of Jean Rhys in Caryl Phillips's Fiction

    Ledent, Bénédicte
    This paper will address the points of convergence between the work of Jean Rhys and that of Caryl Phillips, two writers, who in spite of gender, racial and generational differences, share a status as diasporic artists from the Caribbean. I will first examine how Rhys’s literary ghost might be said to haunt Phillips’s fiction in terms of characterization, themes and style, with a special focus on his early novels, The Final Passage (1985), Higher Ground (1989) and Cambridge (1991). After looking at The Lost Child (2015), where Phillips combines the Rhysean and the Brontëan universes, I will conclude with a...

  10. Music as a Refuge in Caryl Phillips’s In the Falling Snow (2009), The Lost Child (2015) and as a Policy of Audibility in Foreigners : Three English Lives (2007)

    Mascoli, Giulia
    Born in St. Kitts, raised in Leeds and now living in the United States, Caryl Phillips is a novelist, playwright and novelist. Whether on a thematic or formal level, music persists throughout his fiction. This can be clearly noted in the manner in which Phillips integrates certain musical structures in his writing (riff, call and response etc.) as well as his use of song titles to caption some of his own narratives, for instance his play Strange Fruit named after the eponymous song performed by Billie Holiday. Such an impact of music can be explained by the fact that Phillips...

  11. Articulating Silence in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore, The Nature of Blood and Higher Ground

    Mascoli, Giulia
    In my presentation, I seek to examine two types of silence in Caryl Phillips’s novels, one on the level of the content in A Distant Shore (2003) and in The Nature of Blood (1997) and a formal one in Higher Ground (1989). I will show the different uses of silence, which often stands for relational conflicts and more rarely for a muted understanding between people, it is also a means of resistance or a means of expression privileged above verbal language to convey excruciating pain. Phillips thus privileges silence when the unspeakable cannot be spoken, even if readers have access,...

  12. Illuminating Lives: The Biofictional Impulse in Postcolonial Literatures


    Peer reviewed

  13. Les insertions lyriques dans les mises en prose

    Lambert, Adélaïde
    Peer reviewed

  14. Une prose melliflue. Analyse de quelques périphrases temporelles dans Gerard du Frattre

    Lambert, Adélaïde
    Cette communication portera sur Gerard du Frattre, une compilation de trois mises en prose épiques transmise dans un manuscrit unique, copié au début du XVIe siècle par un bourgeois de Paris nommé Jacques Le Gros. L’analyse se focalisera sur une série de périphrases temporelles car elles figurent parmi les sections qui présentent un style particulièrement recherché et assimilent la fresque épique à une constellation de textes tels que la Conqueste de Trebizonde, les Angoysses douloureuses, les Illustrations de Jean Lemaire ou encore les œuvres des grands rhétoriqueurs. Au sein de ces dispositifs narratifs, notre analyse se focalisera sur le lexique...

  15. Comics Memory – Archives and Styles


    Despite the boom in scholarship in both Comics Studies and Memory Studies, the two fields rarely interact—especially with issues beyond the representation of traumatic and autobiographical memories in comics. With a focus on the roles played by styles and archives—in their physical and metaphorical manifestations—this edited volume offers an original intervention, highlighting several novel ways of thinking about comics and memory as comics memory. Bringing together scholars as well as cultural actors, the contributions combine studies on European and North American comics and offer a representative overview of the main comics genres and forms, including superheroes, Westerns, newspaper comics, diary...

  16. Rethinking Comics Memory through Polygraphy

    Ahmed, Maaheen; Crucifix, Benoît
    Peer reviewed

  17. Ed Piskor, Hip-Hop Family Tree

    Dony, Christophe
    Brève recension de la série de bande dessinée américaine 'Hip Hop Family Tree', d'Ed Piskor (2013-).

  18. La pensée 68 du magazine: essai de gnoséologie médiatique comparée (France/Allemagne)

    Provenzano, François; Hamers, Jérémy

  19. Alecia McKenzie, Sweetheart

    Ledent, Bénédicte

  20. Lucain, La Pharsale

    Fantoli, Margherita
    Présentation pour le catalogue de l'exposition Empreintes (patrimoine écrit conservé à l'Université de Liège) du Ms. 362 contenant la Pharsale de Lucain.

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