Colloque SFEVE 2024

Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) His Lives and Afterlives

Celebrating the 220th anniversary of the birth of a Victorian iconoclast

 

Thursday 25 January 2023

9-9.30am:  Welcoming coffee/tea

9.30-9.40am: Welcoming word by Prof. Laurence Roussillon-Constanty, President of the SFEVE

9.40-10am: Introduction by Emily Jones, Catherine Marshall, Seamus Perry & Miles Taylor

10-12.30am – Session 1Disraeli as Founding Father

Chair: Catherine Marshall (CY Cergy Paris University)

  1. Emily Jones (University of Manchester) – Disraeli and One Nation Conservatism
  2. David Jeffery (University of Liverpool) – Interpreting Disraeli: Competing understandings of ‘Disraeli-ism’ within the Conservative Party

Short break

  1. Balkis Mougou (CY Cergy Paris Université) – The Past as Disraeli’s “Sacred Flame”: Exploring the Populist Feature of Glorifying the Past
  2. Stephane Porion (Université de Tours) – The Disraelian ideas that framed Enoch Powell’s conception of Toryism and that of the nation

12.30-2pm – Lunch

2-4pm – Session 2: Responses to Political Economy and ‘Tory radicalism’

Chair: Miles Taylor (Humboldt Universität, Zu Berlin)

  1. Thomas Pritchard – Benjamin Disraeli and the Art of Political Collaboration
  2. Mike Sanders (University of Manchester) – Some passages in the life of a (Tory) radical: Disraeli amongst the Chartists
  3. Anthony Howe (University of East Anglia) – Disraeli and Cobden: ‘The Manchester School’ in fact and fiction”

4-4.30pm – Tea Break

4.30-6.15pm – Session 3: Political Life

Chair: Agnès Alexandre (Université de Bourgogne)

  1. Iain McLean (Nuffield College, University of Oxford) – Disraeli, heresthetics and the 1867 Reform Act
  2. Frank Rynne (CY Cergy Paris Université) – Disraeli, Gladstone and the Irish question
  3. Alex Middleton (St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford) – Disraeli and South America

6.15pm end of day 1

7.45pm – Conference dinner at Restaurant Anco – 108 rue de Bercy, Paris 12 (https://www.ancoparisbercy.fr)

 

Friday 26 January 2023

9.30-12am – Session 4: Cultural and Religious Lives

Chair: Jennifer Pitts (University of Chicago)

  1. Jonathan Parry (Pembroke College, University of Cambridge) – Disraeli, Lothair, and Tory political sociology
  2. Daisy Hay (University of Exeter) – Disraeli the Romantic

Short break

  1. Megan Dent (Associate Member, Keble SCR, University of Oxford) – Disraeli and the Bible
  2. Jerome Grosclaude (Université Clermont Auvergne) – ‘[A] mere mystery-man’: Disraeli and the Church of England’s episcopate

12-1.30pm – Lunch

1.30-4.30pm – Session 5: Literary Lives and Afterlives

Chair: Seamus Perry (Balliol College, University of Oxford)

  1. David Womersley (St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford) – Vivian Grey
  2. Freya Johnston (St Anne’s College, University of Oxford) – Disraeli and Peacock

Short break

  1. Bysshe Coffey (Balliol College, University of Oxford) – ‘Permanent Currency’: Benjamin Disraeli and the Leavises
  2. Baptiste Danel (University of Westminster) – A ‘poetical politician, and a political poet’: Political Synthesis in The Revolutionary Epick (1834)

4.30pm/5pm – End of the conference

The conference is taking place at:

The University of Chicago Center, 6 Rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
sfeve (19 décembre 2023). Colloque SFEVE 2024. S.F.E.V.E. Consulté le 21 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ve8z


Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse e-mail ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Ce site utilise Akismet pour réduire les indésirables. En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées.