[H-verkko] Helsinki, Genesis

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Agricolan tapahtumakalenteriin on lähetetty uusi ilmoitus:


Helsinki, Hallituskatu 1
7.6.2017 klo 10:00 – 9.6.2017 klo 16:00

GENESIS – HELSINKI 2017: Creative Processes and Archives in Arts and

Helsinki, 7th – 9th of June 2017


The Finnish Literature Society (SKS) and ITEM – Institut des textes &
manuscrits modernes will organise an international and interdisciplinary
conference GENESIS – HELSINKI 2017: Creative Processes and Archives in Arts
and Humanitiesin Helsinki, 7th – 9th June 2017.

Keynote speakers and plenary panelists include:

Paolo D’Iorio (ITEM, Paris): What is a (Digital) Genetic Edition?
Claire Doquet (Université Paris 3): Textual Genetics at School: Reading
Pupils’ Writings
Irène Fenoglio (ITEM): Text Genesis and the Processes of Conceptualisation: The
Gesture of a Linguist Writer as an Epistemological Tool (Genèse du texte et
processus de conceptualisation: Le geste du scripteur linguiste comme outil
Daniel Ferrer (ITEM): New Perspectives for Genetic Criticism
Hans Walter Gabler (London University): On Interdependencies between Genetic
Criticism and Genetic Editing
Dirk Van Hulle (Centre for Manuscript Genetics, Antwerp): Cognition Enactment:
Genetic Criticism and the Pentimenti Model
Ineke Huysman (Huygens ING, Amsterdam): Early Modern Epistolary Culture:
Socio-Historical Aspects, Materiality, Production and Reception
Wim Van Mierlo (Loughborough University): Where Is the Archive in Genetic
Carrie Smith (Cardiff University): Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters:An Archive of
Juha-Heikki Tihinen (Pro Artibus Foundation): How to Speak about Non-Existent
Sakari Ylivuori (Jean Sibelius Works): Avant-Texte without the Text – Reading
Sketched Emendations in Unpublished Autographs.

GENESIS – Helsinki 2017 will be the first broad conference on Genetic
Criticism in the Nordic countries. Genetic Criticism (critique génétique) is a
discipline that explores writing processes and other creative work. Its central
research corpora comprise various archival sources from writer’s notes to
drafts, and other types of manuscripts.

Genetic research can reveal, for instance, how a writer has outlined, developed
and revised a literary work regarding its structures, topics, themes, symbols
and style. Thus, genetic research can enrich interpretations of literature. In
addition to writing, genetic critics have been interested in other creative
processes such as cinema and architecture.

GENESIS – HELSINKI 2017will provide an international and interdisciplinary
forum for the theory and practice of Genetic Criticism from various angles.

Tiedustelut: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura (tiedotus at finlit.fi), puhelin 0201
131 231 / viestintä
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