Programme

Programme

Wednesday 8th October: rendez-vous at the Pub Saint Aubin, 5 Place de la Victoire from 7.30 p.m. onwards for a pre-conference drink and/or something to eat.


 Thursday 9th October

9.00-9H30 Registration

9.30-9.40 Welcome address.

9.40    Monika Szuba, University of Gdańsk: “Something we knew without knowing”: Knowledge and Perception in John Burnside’s writing.

10.00   Andrew Monnickendam, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: The Representation of Learning in the fiction of James Barrie and Lewis Grassic Gibbon.

10.20  Discussion

10.40 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 Kristine Robbyn Chick , Université Toulouse 1: John Grierson and the principle of public service filmmaking

11.20   Ian Brown, Kingston University: Drama in education in post-Reformation Scottish schools

11.40  Discussion

12.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.00 Keynote address by James Robertson: Scots Language Inside and Outside the Classroom in the 21st Century

15.00  Esther Mijers, University of Edinburgh: Before the Republic of Letters: Scottish Knowledge Transfer in United Provinces, c.1580-c.1660’

15.20  Ronald Crawford,University of Strathclyde: Professor Anderson, Dr Franklin and President Washington”

15.40  Discussion

15.50-16.10 coffee

16.10  Marie Claude Tucker, CNRS/ Université Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand: Les professeurs-régents écossais et l’enseignement de la philosophie dans les académies protestantes en France au 17ème siècle.

16.30  Sabrina Juillet Garzon, Université Paris 13: La diffusion des valeurs écossaises et britanniques à l’épreuve du voyage de Charles de Galles en Espagne (1623)

16.50  Discussion

17.00 – 18.15 SFEE AGM

18.15 – Book launches: The Roots and Fruits of Scottish Culture and Living With Jacobitism 1690-1788.

18H30 Apéritif


Friday 10th October

9.00    Christian Auer, Université de Strasbourg: Les missionnaires écossais en Inde au 19ème siècle ou l’éducation comme vecteur de transformation sociale.

9.20    Christian Civardi , Université de Strasbourg: Des Socialist Sunday Schools au Scottish Labour College: un demi-siècle d’éducation militante (1880s-1920s)

9.40    Rosie Findlay, Université de Toulouse 1: Nae tawse and less parsing”: Scottish school strikes of 1889 and 1911.

10.00  Discussion

10.20 – 10.40 Coffee

10.40  Gilles Robel, Université Paris Est–Marne la Vallée: La circulation des idées économiques écossaises au XVIIIème siècle : le cas des Discours Politiques de David Hume.

11.00  Anne McKim, University of Waikato, New Zealand: If your daughters are inclined to love reading, do not check their Inclination’

11.20  Allan MacInnes , University of Strathclyde: Applied Enlightenment: its educational limitations on 18th century Scotland.

11.40  Discussion

12.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00  Alan Britton, University of Glasgow: Consensus or Control? Mythologies and Realities of Scottish Educational policymaking in the 21st Century

14.20  Shirley Gray, University of Edinburgh: Promoting health and wellbeing in the Scottish physical education context

14.40  Morag J. Munro-Landi , Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour: Past achievements account for little”: restoring democracy and equal life chances in Scottish Education: who is in charge? Politics and Governance in Scottish Education Today’

15.00  Discussion

15.20-15.40 Coffee

15.40  Robert Louis Abrahamson, University of Maryland University College: “Defend me from all idle conformity to please the face of man” Stevenson’s Radical Moral Lessons for Young Men

16.00  Karyn Wilson Costa, Lycée Thiers Marseille /Université Aix-Marseille: Educating Robert Burns

16.20  Romain Girard, Université Bordeaux Montaigne: Représentations des professions libérales en tant qu’experts dans la littérature écossaise : spécificité de la représentation des médecins dans les œuvres d’Arthur Conan Doyle

16.40  Discussion

20.00             Dinner at the Café Maritime


 Saturday 11th October

9.30    William Welstead, independent scholar: Science and Tradition in the Production of High Nature Value Landscapes in the Scottish Highlands

9.50    Gavin Morrison, Exchange Fellow, University of Edinburgh: The Malcontents – James Boswell and the cause of the Corsican Rebels.

10.10  Tri Tran, Université de Tours: L’apprentissage dans les marines écossaise et anglaise (XIVe-XVIIe siècles): une histoire contrastée

10.30  Discussion

10.50 – 11.10 Coffee

11.10 John Casey, Lanark Grammar School/ University of Glasgow: From Glasgow to Saturn: Adventure and Aspiration in Edwin Morgan’s Science Fiction Poetry

11.30 Alan Riach, Glasgow University: The Scholar’s Art: The 20th-Century Scottish Literary Renaissance and What It Meant for Education.

12.00  Discussion

12.20 Final remarks

12.30 End of conference

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