La Ville dans les Fiction Climatiques – 5-6.5.2021

Participating today in a “mosaique” session as part of the colloquium “La Ville dans les Fiction Climatiques”, organized by the PARVIS project at University Gustave Eiffel, Paris. My own brief intervention will examine cities in climate fiction on the basis of my research project on cities at the water in planning in fiction, with a focus on New York, Helsinki, and cities at the water in the Netherlands and Belgium.


Full programme here.

Programme of the “mosaique”:

Série de d’interventions brèves, live ou vidéo, où chaque membre du comité scientifique dira ce de quoi la cli-fi est le nom. / Series of short interventions, live or video, where each member of the scientific committee will say what the cli-fi is about.

14h : Introduction

Intervenant.e.s/speakers :

14h05: Andrew Milner : Qu’est-ce que la cli-fi? / What is cli-fi?

14h13:  Carl Abbott :  La fiction climatique américaine : de l’élégie à l’urgence / American Climate Fiction from Elegy to emergency

14h21:  Lieven Ameel : Les formes futures de la ville contemporaine dans une perspective comparative / Future Forms of the Contemporary City in Comparative Perspective

14h29:  Pierre Schoentjes : Eviter le désastre : la cli-fi… sauvée par l’ironie?/ Avoiding disaster: cli-fi… saved by irony?

14h37: Simon Bréan : Cli-fi francophone : le cas J-M Ligny / French cli-fi : the J-M Ligny case

14h45:  Sébastien Févry : La cli-fi, un grand dérangement narratif ?/ Cli-fi, a great narrative derangement?

14h53 : Irène Langlet : Les kaléidoscopes formels d’une folksonomie / The formal kaleidoscopes of a folksonomy

Many thanks to Irene Langlet, Nadege Perelle, and Sami Cheikh Moussa for putting together the programme!

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