Freedom and Boundaries / Frontières et émancipation

The University of Windsor warmly welcomes the 21st annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Our conference theme, "Freedom and Boundaries," was chosen not only to evoke and accommodate the multidisciplinary and dynamic nature of contemporary eighteenth-century studies, but also to reflect Windsor's own identity as a border town with its roots in the eighteenth century. Windsor is a site of border contestation and unification, and a community associated with emancipation both physical and spiritual. We hope all participants will find this 1995 Annual Meeting a rich and even liberating experience.

L'Université de Windsor accueille chaleureusement le XXIe Congrès annuel de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Le thème de notre congrès, "Frontières et émancipation", a été choisi non seulement pour évoquer et accommoder la multidisciplinarité et le dynamisme des études sur le XVIIIe siècle d'aujourd'hui, mais aussi pour refléter la situation de Windsor, ville frontière qui remonte au XVIIIe siècle. En plus d'être un site d'affrontement et de redéfinition des frontières, notre ville est associée à l'émancipation tant physique que spirituelle. Nous espérons que les participants à ce congrès y puiseront une experience riche et même libérante.

This conference could not have been possible without the kind support of the following:
Nous tenons à remercier les personnes suivantes sans l'aide de qui ce congrès n'aurait pas eu lieu :

Dr. Ron Ianni, President/Président
Dr. W.E. Jones, Vice-President, Academic/Vice-président aux affaires académiques
Dr. L.K. Smedick, Dean, Graduate Studies and Research/Doyenne des études supérieures et de la recherche
Dr. Sue Martin, Dean of Arts/Doyenne, Faculté des arts
Dr. Kathleen McCrone, Dean of Social Science/Doyenne, Faculté des sciences sociales
Professor Jeffrey Berryman, Dean of Law/Doyen, Faculté de droit
Humanities Research Group, University of Windsor/Le Humanities Research Group, Université de Windsor
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Hatch

Special thanks are also due to to the French Department, the English Department, the Leddy Library and Conference Services of the University of Windsor, and, for their generous and timely help, to Peter and Rosemary Halford, Linda Feldman, Carolyn Rourke, Rachelle Marchand, and our energetic team of student helpers, above all Alethea Cassano.

Nous remercions en particulier les départements de français et d'anglais, la Leddy Library, et les Conference Services de l'université, et, pour leur assistance généreuse, Peter et Rosemary Halford, Linda Feldman, Carolyn Rourke, Rachelle Marchand, et nos étudiantes, surtout Alethea Cassano.

All conference events will be taking place at the University of Windsor, with the exception of the Conference Banquet and the pre-conference social. A shuttle bus service will be available from the Windsor Hilton.

Toutes les séances du congrès se dérouleront à l'Université de Windsor, sauf le banquet et la soirée d'accueil. Une navette sera disponible à l'hôtel Windsor Hilton.

Katherine Quinsey, Conference President/Présidente du congrès
Suzanne Matheson
John Wright
David Klinck

Plenary Speakers/Grandes Conférences

Moira Ferguson

James E. Ryan Chair in English and Women's Studies
University of Nebraska
"Migrations and Sierre Leone in the 1790's"
11:00-12:30, Thursday, 12 October/Jeudi 12 octobre
Ambassador Auditorium

Robert Toupin

Archives des Jésuites
"Pierre Potier à Windsor : les nouvelles frontières de la culture française au XVIIIe siècle"
5:00-6:30 p.m., Thursday, 12 October/Jeudi 12 octobre
Ambassador Auditorium

Olive P. Dickason

University of Alberta
"Canada's Ancient History and National Identity: A Reconsideration"
11:00-12:30, Friday, 13 October/Vendredi 13 octobre
Ambassador Auditorium

Marcus Wood

University of Manchester
"Imaging the Unspeakable and Speaking the Unimaginable: Some Visual Interpretations of Slavery and Their Interpretations 1780-1860"
11:00-12:30, Saturday, 14 October/Samedi 14 octobre
Ambassador Auditorium

In addition to our plenary speakers, we also welcome to our conference the eminent European scholars Jean Sgard, of the University of Grenoble, and Luigi Turco, of the Università di Bologna. Professor Sgard will be speaking on "Exils et frontières dans l'oeuvre de Prévost" (9:00-10:30, Friday) and conducting a discussion. Professor Turco will be speaking on "Sympathy and Moral Sense: 1725-1740" (2:00-3:30, Saturday).

En plus de nos conférenciers d'honneur, nous accueillons aussi deux distingués chercheurs européens, Jean Sgard, de l'Université de Grenoble, et Luigi Turco, de l'Université de Bologne. Le professeur Sgard parlera à 9h vendredi sur le thème "Exils et frontières dans l'oeuvre de Prévost" et animera une discussion. Le professeur Turco parlera à 14h samedi sur "Sympathy and Moral Sense: 1725-1740".

Exhibitions/Expositions

A display of manuscript journals and notes, maps, paintings, from eighteenth-century Windsor-Detroit will be on display in the Leddy Library. We are greatly indebted to Father Robert Toupin for his generosity in making this material available to us.

Une exposition de notes et gazettes manuscrites, cartes et peintures de la région Windsor-Détroit au XVIIIe siècle se tiendra à la Leddy Library. Nous remercions cordialement le père Toupin de sa générosité, pour nous avoir prêté ces matériaux.

An exhibition of eighteenth-century Canadian archival documents, and of eighteenth-century printed books from Europe and America, will be on display in the Leddy Library. Special thanks go to Gerry Malone, Special Collections librarian at the Leddy Library, for organizing this exhibit.

La bibliothèque Leddy montera une exposition d'archives canadiennes du XVIIIe siècle et de livres européens et américains de la même époque. Nous tenons à remercier Gerry Malone, le bibliothécaire des collections spéciales, d'avoir organisé cette exposition.

We regret very much that Dark Confusion, the exhibition of visual images of race during the abolitionist debate facilitated by Marcus Wood, has been cancelled owing to financial and technical problems on this end. We hope very much that Windsor will be able to host this landmark exhibition in its fuller form of original artifacts in the near future.

Nous regrettons beaucoup que l'exposition sur la race à l'époque de l'abolitionnisme de l'esclavage, "Une noire confusion", organisée par Marcus Wood, ne puisse pas avoir lieu durant le congrès de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle à cause de problèmes financiers. Nous espérons que cette exposition extraordinaire aura lieu à Windsor dans peu de temps.

A publishers' book display of recent titles in eighteenth-century studies will be held in the Board Room of the CAW Student Centre, Thursday through Friday.

Une exposition de publications dix-huitiémistes aura lieu au Board Room du CAW Student Centre, du jeudi jusqu'au samedi.

Musical Events/Concerts

Concert of Eighteenth-Century Music for Woodwind and Strings

Stamitz, Quartet for Clarinet and Strings/Quatuor pour clarinette et cordes
Mozart, Quartet for Oboe and Strings/Quatuor pour hautbois et cordes
Corelli, Sonata for Trumpet and Strings/Sonate pour trompette et cordes
Bach, Concerto for Two Keyboards and Strings in C Minor/Concerto pour deux clavecins et cordes en do mineur
School of Music, University of Windsor
L'Ecole de musique de l'Université de Windsor
Friday, 13 October, 3:30 p.m./Vendredi, 13 octobre à 15h30
Assumption University Chapel

A Concert of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Music and Cantatas/Une sélection de musique de théâtre des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles

Pepusch, Trio Sonata
G. F. Handel, Il palpita mi cor
G. F. Handel, Nel dolce del' oblio
Henry Purcell, How pleasant is this flowery plain
Henry Purcell and Thomas Arne, Rounds and a Glee
Henry Purcell (text by John Dryden), "Frost Scene" from/de King Arthur
University of Windsor Chamber Singers, with dancers/avec danseurs
Early Music Ensemble of Windsor
Saturday, 14 October/Samedi 14 octobre
Following the Conference Banquet\Après le banquet
Cleary Convention Centre
Wednesday 11 October/Mercredi 11 octobre

CSECS Executive Meeting

Réunion du Bureau de la SCEDHS
6:00-11:00 p.m.
Huron Room
Windsor Hilton

Pre-Conference Social
Soirée d'accueil

8:00-11:00 p.m.

Great Lakes Ballroom
Windsor Hilton

Thursday 12 October/Jeudi 12 octobre

Session I/1re Séance: 9:00-10:30 (Vanier Hall)

1. Theory and Politics of Travel Literature/Théorie et politique de la littérature de voyage (CR)

Chair/Président: Brian Owens, University Archivist/Archiviste de l'Université, Windsor

Robert Griffiths (U of Victoria): "Search for the Northwest Passage: A Continuation of the Dream First Pursued in the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras"

Servanne Woodward (U of Western Ont.): "Expansionnisme et natalité dans le Supplément au Voyage de Bougainville"

Lorenzo Buj (U of Windsor): "Pacific Blues: The Case of a 'Miserable' People in Cook and Kant"

2. Boundaries of Narration/Les frontières de la narration (TR)

Chair/président: Colin Atkinson, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Peter Thoms (U of Western Ont.): "The Repudiation of Storytelling in Caleb Williams"

Olga B. Cragg (U of British Columbia): "Celianne--An Experimental Novel by Françoise Benoist"

Peter R. Babiak (York U): "The Wealth of Inflection: Adam Smith and the Grammatical Trajectory of Economic History"

3. Gender and Genre: Female Poets/Sexe et genre : les femmes poètes (MVL)

Chair/Président: Wanda Campbell, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Arnd Bohm (Carleton U): "Beyond the Pale: The Transgressions of Sidonie Hedwig Zäunemann"

Lisa M. Zeitz (U of Western Ont.): "The 'Natural' and the 'Unnatural' in Women's Verse, 1700-1750"

Chantel Lavoie (U of Toronto): "The Province of the Poetess: Barber and Pilkington in England"

4. Visual and Verbal Arts/Les arts visuels et langagiers (OR)

Chair/Président: Suzanne Matheson, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Paul G. Beidler (U of Toronto): "Genealogy of the Literary Sketch, 1750-1850"

Jenny McKenny (Trinity College): "From Illustration to Articulation: Hogarth's Images of Samuel Butler's Hudibras"

Alexander Sokalski (U of Saskatchewan): "Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Illustrations of the Chevalier de Bouffler's Reine de Golconde"

5. Shifting Boundaries in Linguistic History/La définition mouvante de l'histoire des langues (RR)

Chair/Président: Linda Bebout, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Carol E. Percy (New College, U of Toronto): "'Calculated Only For the Meridian of Aberdeen'?: Scots English in the Mid-Century Periodical Reviews"

Peter Halford (U of Windsor): "Le vocabulaire de la frontière: Les emprunts lexicaux amerindien/français, français/anglais au XVIIIe siècle"

Nancy Senior (U of Saskatchewan): "Babel et le sauvage: théories sur l'évolution des langues"

10:30-11:00: Coffee/Pause café (Piano Lounge, Ambassador Auditorium)

Plenary Session/Séance plénière

11:00-12:00 (Ambassador Auditorium)

Moira Ferguson
James E. Ryan Chair in English and Women's Studies
University of Nebraska
"Migrations and Sierre Leone in The 1790's"

Chair/Président: W. E. Jones, Vice-President, Academic/ Vice-président aux affaires académiques, U of Windsor

12:30-1:30: Lunch/Déjeuner (Ambassador Auditorium)

Session II/2e séance: 1:30-3:00 (Vanier Hall)

1. Gender and Genre: Female Novelists/Sexe et genre : les romancières (MVL)

Chair/Président: Christina Simmons, History/Histoire, U of Windsor

Richard Greene (Erindale College, U of Toronto): "Boundaries of the 'nether World': Life and Labour in Mary Leapor's Crumble Hall"

Eleanor Ty (Wilfred Laurier U): "Re-scripting the Tale of the Fallen Woman: Amelia Opie's The Father and Daughter"

David Oakleaf (U of Calgary): "Three Drops of Blood Fell from His Nose: Eliza Haywood's Lasselia, or The Self-Abandoned"

2. Religious and Cultural Freedom and Identity/Liberté et identité religieuse et culturelle (OR)

Chair/Président: Linda Feldman, Classical/Modern Languages/Langues classiques et modernes, U of Windsor

Yitzchak Kerem (Hebrew U of Jerusalem): "The Deterioration of Salonikan Jewry in the Eighteenth Century"

Dawn Henwood (U of Toronto): "Mary Rowlandson and the Psalms: The Textuality of Survival"

Laurent Dubois (U of Michigan): "Mapping Emancipation: A Social Cartography of Guadeloupe in the Late Eighteenth Century"

3. New Worlds and Boundaries in Swift, Pope, and Blake/Nouveaux mondes et frontières chez Swift, Pope, et Blake (RR)

Chair/Président: Katherine Quinsey, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Wendy Stewart (McMaster U): "Memory and Subjectivity in Eloisa to Abelard and Visions of the Daughters of Albion"

W. John Rempel (U of Manitoba): "Subverted Patterns: Reading Swift's Travels"

Nicky Didicher (U of Windsor): "Mapping the Self: The Distorted Worlds of Gulliver's Travels"

4. Boundaries of Gender: Masculinity/Les définitions de l'identité sexuelle : la masculinité (CR)

Chair/Président: Barry Adam, Sociology and Anthropology/Sociologie et anthropologie, U of Windsor

Patrick Kennedy Reeves (U of Idaho): "Interpellating the Phallus: Althusser, Sex, and Harry Horner"

Sharon Ragaz (U of Toronto): "Pope's Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot and the 'manly ways'; or, On the art of having the last word"

Cameron McFarlane (U of Western Ont.): "Sodomitical Smollet"

5. Psychohistory and History of Psychology/Psychohistoire et histoire de la psychologie (TR)

Chair/Président: Byron P. Rourke, Psychology/Psychologie, U of Windsor

Barry Shapiro (Allegheny College): "Political Pluralism and Pre-Oedipal Boundary Awareness: The Psychological Roots of François Guizot's Liberalism"

David Klinck (U of Windsor) "Bonald, Buisson; and Bichat: Physiology and the Counterrevolutionary Idea of the Socially Embedded Self"

Tara Beaton Latkoczky (U of Windsor): "Rethinking Philippe Pinel: Resisting the Limits of Ideology"

3:00-3:30: Coffee/Pause café (Vanier foyer)

Session III/3e séance: 3:30-5:00 (Vanier Hall)

1. Women and Theatre/Les femmes et le théâtre (RR)

Chair/Président: Diana Mady-Kelly, Dramatic Art/Art dramatique, U of Windsor

Françoise Khettry (U of Toronto): "Représentation de la femme dans le théâtre de Destouches : valorisation et traditionalisme"

Diane M. Harris (U of Toronto): "Fulfilment through Freedom: The Ideal Wife in Colley Cibber's Original Comedies"

Barbara Darby (U of Toronto): "Frances Burney, Joanna Baillie and Feminist Theatre"

2. Fiction and History/Fiction et histoire (CR)

Chair/Président: Wyman Herendeen, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

April London (U of Ottawa): "Genre and History in Anti-Jacobin Fiction of the 1790's"

William Harvey (U of Toronto): "La Fronde chez Voltaire : l'histoire en tant que comédie"

Mark Phillips (Carleton U): "Historical Distance and Eighteenth-Century Historiography: A Study of Hume's History of England"

3. Frontières du corps/The Body and its Boundaries (TR)

Chair/Président: Walter Skakoon, French/Études françaises, U of Windsor

Thierry Belleguic (U of Western Ont.): "Epistémocritiques et théorie du sujet : réflexions sur le corps diderotien"

Daniel Dumouchel (U de Montréal): "Les enjeux de la représentation du corps dans le néoclassicisme allemand"

4. Aesthetic and Gender Boundaries in German Literature/Frontières esthétiques et sexuelles dans la littérature allemande (OR)

Chair/Président: Ingrid Helbing, Classical/Modern Languages/Langues classiques et modernes, U of Windsor

David G. John (U of Waterloo): "Goethe's Egmont on the Modern Stage"

Linda B. Schmoll (U of Waterloo): "Goethe's Egmont on Film"

Christa Fell (Queen's U): "Contextualizing the Text: The Life of Anna Louise Karschin (1722-1791)"

5. Politics, Polemic, and Literature/Politique, polémique et littérature (MVL)

Chair/Président: Walter J. Soderland, Political Science/Sciences politiques, U of Windsor

Joanne Gagnier (U du Québec à Montréal): "Frontières de discours polémique au tournant du XIXe siècle canadien"

John D. Baird (Victoria College, U of Toronto): "Whig and Tory Panegyrics: Addison's The Campaign and Philip's Blenheim"

Janis Ernest Svilpis (U of Calgary): "The Mustapha/Mirza Plot in Seventeenth-Century English Drama"

Plenary Session/Séance plénière

5:00-6:30 (Ambassador Auditorium)

Robert Toupin
Archives des Jésuites
"Pierre Potier à Windsor : les nouvelles frontières de la culture française au XVIIIe siècle"

Chair/Président: Peter Halford, French/Études françaises, U of Windsor

President's Reception, University of Windsor
Réception offerte par le Président de l'Université de Windsor

Ambassador Auditorium

6:30-8:00

Friday 13 October/Vendredi 13 octobre

Session IV/4e séance: 9:00-10:30 (Vanier Hall)

1. Guest Presentation and Discussion/Présentation speciale et table ronde (RR)

Chair/Président: David W. Smith, French/Études françaises, Victoria College, U of Toronto

Jean Sgard (U of Grenoble): "Exils et frontières dans l'oeuvre de Prévost"

2. German Literature and Education/Littérature et éducation allemandes du XVIIIe siècle (CR)

Chair/Président: Christa Fell, German/Études allemandes, Queen's U

Rosalind Stephanian (Queen's U): "Sophie Albrecht's Fictional Biography: A Portrait of a Female Werther"

Friedhelm Bertulies (Queen's U): "Friedrich Schiller's Classicism Reconsidered: Guilt and Fate in Die Braut von Messina"

Norman Diffey (U of Windsor): "The Uses of Empiricism: Ernst Christian Trapp, or The Tribulations of an Educational Reformer in Eighteenth-Century Germany"

3. Imagining the Domestic Space in Eighteenth-Century Women's Writing/L'invention de l'espace domestique dans la littérature féminine du XVIIIe siècle (MVL)

Chair/Président: Susan Atkinson, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Lisa Robson (U of Saskatchewan): "With or Without Men: Reconstructing Gender Formations in Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman"

Connie Andersen (U of Saskatchewan): "Marriage Unto Death: Language and Female Subjectivity in Elizabeth Inchbald's A Simple Story"

Cassandra Phillips-Pugh (U of Saskatchewan): "When Madness Speaks: An Exploration of 'Mad Scenes' in Mary Wollstonecraft's Maria and Frances Burney's Camilla"

Irene Smith (U of Saskatchewan): "A Means to No End: Charlotte Lennox's 1752 The Female Quixote: Or The Adventures of Arabella and the Politics of Closure"

4.Freedom of the Subject(I)/La liberté du sujet (I) (TR)

Kim Ian Michasiw (York U): "Sir William Chambers Invents the Themepark"

A.P. Dierick (U of Toronto): "Beyond Freedom and Dignity: Friedrich Schiller and B.F. Skinner on the Limits of the Autonomous Subject"

Juliette Merritt (McMaster U): "'That Devil Curiosity Which Too Much Haunts the Minds of Women': Eliza Haywood's Female Spectators"

5. Enthusiasm and Enlightenment/L'enthousiasme et le Siècle des lumières (OR)

Chair/Président: TBA/Pas encore annoncé

Fred Dreyer (U of Western Ont.): "The Ecclesiology of Enthusiasm: The Methodist Case"

Nina Reid-Maroney (U of Windsor): "A 'Solid and Rational' Conversion: Awakening and Enlightenment Among Colonial Presbyterians"

Jeffrey M. Suderman (U of Western Ont.): "Between the Secular and Religious Spheres: George Campbell on the Dangers of Enthusiasm"

10:30-11:00: Coffee/Pause café (Vanier foyer)

Plenary Session/Séance plénière

11:00-12:30 (Ambassador Auditorium)

Olive P. Dickason
University of Alberta
"Canada's Ancient History and National Identity: A Reconsideration"

Chair/Président: Lois K. Smedick, Dean, Graduate Studies and Research/Doyenne des études supérieures et de la recherche, U of Windsor

12:30-1:30: Lunch/Déjeuner (Ambassador Auditorium)

Session V/5e séance: 1:30-3:00 (Vanier Hall)

1. Travel Literature (II): Geopolitical and Metaphorical Boundaries/La littérature de voyage II : frontières géopolitiques et métaphoriques (OR)

Chair/Président: John Ditsky, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Paul F. Rice (U of Newfoundland): "John Abraham Fisher's A Comparative View of the English, French and Italian Schools: A British Musician Tours Europe"

Deborah Kennedy (Saint Mary's U): "Helen Maria Williams and the Political Landscape of Switzerland"

Susan Lamb (U of Toronto): "Negotiating the Continental: Sir Charles Grandison and the Culture of Tourism"

2. Boundaries of Fiction/Les frontières de la fiction (TR)

Chair/Président: Basil Kingstone, French/Études françaises, U of Windsor

Isabelle Cassagne (Michigan State U): "De l'autre côté des voiles conventionnels/conventuels de la Religieuse : voyage au pays de la plume (de Diderot)"

R.S. Krishnan (N. Dakota State U): "Double Discourse: The Fictionality of Johnson's Life of Savage"

Joseph Donohoe (Michigan State U): "The Tension between Social Imperatives and Comic Imagination in the Theatre of Marivaux"

Paul Lamarre (U of Toronto): "Bunyan and the Figure of the Apocalypse"

3. New Approaches to Sarah Fielding: Textual, Genre and Gender Studies/Sarah Fielding. Nouvelles approches : études textuelles, génériques et féministes (CR)

Chair/Président: Peter Sabor, Département des littératures, U Laval

Janine Barchas (U of Chicago): "'Dashed Simple': Punctuation in the Early Novel"

Erin Lemon (Queen's U): "'The Beginning of Our Sorrows': Gender, Genre, and Critical Unease over The Adventures of David Simple: Volume the Last"

Aaron Santesso (Queen's U): "The Vanity of Citation in The Countess of Dellwyn"

Nancy Paul (Queen's U): "Is Sex Necessary: Criminal Conversation and Complicity in The History of Ophelia"

4. Les femmes et l'art épistolaire/Women Letter-Writers (MVL)

Chair/Président: Veronica Fraser, French/Études françaises, U of Windsor

Benoît Melançon (U de Montréal): "Lecture sociale de la correspondance d'Elisabeth Bégon"

Monique Moser-Verrey (U Laval): "Madame de Charrière et ses émigrées telles qu'en leurs lettres"

Marie Laure Girou Swiderski (U of Ottawa): "Pratique et limites de l'épistolarité féminine"

5. Multimedia in Teaching and Scholarship: A Round Table Discussion/Table ronde sur le multimédia dans l'enseignement et la recherche (RR)

Chiar/Président: Ted Dodds, Director/Directeur, Computing Services, U of Windsor

Video presentation by Kenneth Graham (U of Guelph): "The Rape Observ'd--and Heard: Extending Boundaries in Teaching and Scholarship Through Video"

Respondents/Réponse: Stuart Selby, Communication Studies/Communication, U of Windsor
William Law, School of Visual Art/Beaux-arts, U of Windsor

3:00-3:30: Coffee/Pause café (Vanier Foyer)

A Concert of Eighteenth-Century Music/Concert de musique du XVIIIe siècle

Stamitz, Mozart, Corelli, Bach
University of Windsor, School of Music
Assumption University Chapel

3:30-5:30

Reception hosted by Humanities Research Group/Réception offerte par le Humanities Research Group

5:30-7:00

Saturday 14 October/Samedi 14 octobre

9:00-10:30

Annual General Meeting/Assembleé générale (Ambassador Auditorium)

10:30-11:00: Coffee/Pause café (Vanier Foyer)

Plenary Session/Séance plénière

11:00-12:30 (Ambassador Auditorium)

Marcus Wood
University of Manchester
"Imaging the Unspeakable and Speaking the Unimaginable: Some Visual Interpretations of Slavery and Their Interpretations 1780-1860"

Chair/Président: Christine Goodchild, Art Gallery of Windsor

12:30-1:30: Lunch/Déjeuner (Ambassador Auditorium)

Session VI/6e séance: 1:30-3:00 (Vanier Hall)

1. Religious and Philosophical Freedom/Liberté religieuse et philosophique (CR)

Chair/Président: Norman King, Religious Studies/Études religieuses, U of Windsor

Jay Macpherson (U of Toronto): "The Legacy of Abbé Barruel"

Otto Selles (Redeemer College): "Politique et liberté : Antoine Court et les comités européens pour le protestantisme français (1744-1748)"

Paul Meagher (Royal Military College): "Vauvenargues and the Challenge of Pyrrhonism"

2. Performing and Material Arts and Women/Les femmes, la musique, l'architecture et l'art du textile (RR)

Chair/Président: Gillian MacKay, School of Music/École de la musique, U of Windsor

Ursula Rempel (U of Manitoba): "Private and Public Spheres: Binary Perceptions of the Feminine Virtues in Women's Music in the Age of Accomplishments"

Barbara Arciszewska (U of Toronto): "'Beauty' versus 'Utility': The Gender Boundaries and Reception of Architecture at the Hanoverian Court c.1700"

3. Moral Philosophy of the Scottish Enlightenment/Philosophie morale du Siècle des lumières en Écosse (TR)

Chair/Président: John P. Wright, U of Windsor

Luigi Turco (U di Bologna): "Sympathy and Moral Sense: 1725-1740"

James Moore (Concordia U): "Utility and Humanity: Hume's Recasting of his Moral Philosophy in the Second Enquiry"

4. Print Culture/La culture de l'imprimé (OR)

Christopher Flint (U of Michigan): "Circulating Manuscripts and Speaking Objects: Prose Fiction and Eighteenth-century Print Culture"

David Smith (U of Toronto): "Madame de Graffigny's Lettres d'une Péruvienne: Identifying the First Edition"

Katherine Quinsey (U of Windsor): "Pope, and Poetry, and Print: An Essay on Man and The Dunciad"

5. Transgression and Freedom in Sexuality/Transgression et liberté sexuelles (MVL)

Chair/Président: Jacqueline Murray, Humanities Research Group, U of Windsor

Armelle Saint-Martin (U du Manitoba): "Français, encore un effort... ou comment penser la politique dans le boudoir"

Tim Prior (U of Toronto): "'You have cut off spouts enow': Grotesque Sexuality in Tristram Shandy"

Tiffany Potter (Queen's U): "Transgressing Shifting Boundaries: Libertinism, the Georgians, and Tom Jones"

3:00-3:30: Coffee/Pause café (Vanier Foyer)

Session VII/7e séance: 3:30-5:00 (Vanier)

1. Transgression and Limitation in Women's Writing/Transgression et limites dans l'écriture au féminin (RR)

Chair/Président: Rosanna Vitale, Classical/Modern Languages/Langues classiques et modernes, U of Windsor

Claire Grogan (Bishop's U): "Problems of Parenting for the Eighteenth-Century Woman Writer: Elizabeth Hamilton's Black Baby"

Katherine Binhammer (York U): "Changing the Sex of Sensibility: Crossing-Dressing in Robinson's Walsingham"

Noel Elizabeth Currie (U of British Columbia): "'She Feared a Rape Even from the God of Day': Gender and Genre in Behn and Burney"

2. Popular Versus Polite: Questions of Canonicity/Style populaire contre bienséance : questions de répertoire (MVL)

Chair/Président: Nicky Didicher, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Craig Peterson (Queen's U): "Fielding's New Province of Writing: Territory Reconsidered"

Deborah McLeod (U of British Columbia): "Doth a Single Monk a Gothic Make?: Constructing the Boundaries to Keep the Fictional Hordes at Bay"

Neil Hobkirk (Queen's U): "Augustanism in a Nutshell: The Popean Couplet Canonized"

3. History of Medicine and Science/Histoire de la médecine et de la science (OR)

Chair/Président: Brian Fryer, Dean of Science/Doyen des sciences, U of Windsor

Éric Van der Schueren (U de Bruxelles): "Un homme des arts, ou le médecin dans la France du XVIIIe siècle"

Elisa Cohen Tamarkin (Stanford U): "'Every Man His Own Doctor': John Wesley, Methodism, and Medical Self-Help"

Susan Gold Smith (U of Windsor): "The Texture of Knowledge: The Natural History Collections of Linnaeus and Thunberg"

4. Language and Theory in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century/Langue et théorie dans la Restauration anglaise et au XVIIIe siècle (TR)

Chair/Président: Brad Bucknell, English/Études anglaises, U of Windsor

Robert Alexander (McMaster U): "The Bounds of Definition: Labour and Language in Johnson's Dictionary"

Garry Sherbert (U of Regina): "'A catachresis or Clevelandism': An Eighteenth-Century Poetics of Wit and the Signature"

Mark Mc Dayter (U of Toronto): "Satires from Hell: Translation and Prosopopoeiain the Verse Satire of the Later Seventeenth-Century"

5. Boundaries of Genre: The Novel/Les définitions d'un genre : le roman (CR)

Chair/Président: Alex Sokalski, French/Études françaises, U of Saskatchewan

Catherine Gallouët (Hobart and William Smith Colleges): "Marivaux aux frontières du roman"

Elizabeth Zawisza (Queen's U): "Entre la restriction et la liberté : les pages de titres des romans français des Lumières"

Stephanie Fysh (U of Toronto, Scarborough Campus): "Pamela Unwritten: 'Reading' Anecdotes"

Conference Banquet/Banquet du congrès

6:30 for/pour 7:00

Cleary Convention Centre

After dinner/après le banquet

Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Music and Cantatas/Musique de théâtre et chansons des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles

Pepusch, Trio Sonata
G. F. Handel, Il palpita mi cor
G. F. Handel, Nel dolce del' oblio
Henry Purcell, How pleasant is this flowery plain
Henry Purcell and Thomas Arne, Rounds and a glee
Henry Purcell (text by John Dryden), "Frost Scene" from/de King Arthur
University Chamber Singers, with dancers
Early Music Ensemble of Windsor

Sunday 15 October/Dimanche 15 octobre

Session VIII/8e séance: 9:30-11:00

1. Ideas of Freedom in Literature/Conception de la liberté dans la littérature (MVL)

Chair/Président: Dorothy Sly, Religious Studies/Études religieuses, U of Windsor

Rowland C. Marshall (Saint Mary's U): "William Blake Sought to Open the Boundaries of Freedom"

Andrew Bartlett (U of British Columbia): "Some Ideas of Freedom in Smollett's Humphry Clinker"

Dagny Boebel (Manchester College): "Flying Toward Freedom, Falling for the Father: Slipping through the Boundaries of Paradise Lost"

2. Boundaries of "Civilization" and Society/Frontières de la "civilisation" et de la société (CR)

Chair/Président: TBA/pas encore annoncé

Helen Heller (Brescia College): "L.S. Mercier's Homme sauvage: Paradise Lost"

Rick Gooding (Okanagan U College): "Contagion and Quarantine in Fielding's Enquiry into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers"

Carrie Hintz (U of Toronto): "'Swop with Monsieur Grinagain Here': Frances Burney's Monkey Scene"

3. Sensibility: Freedom, Limitations, Transgression/La sensibilité : liberté, limites, transgression (RR)

Chair/Président: Moshé Starets, French/Études françaises, U of Windsor

Antoine Sassine (Mount Royal College): "Rousseau, libérateur de la sensibilité"

Nicole J.M. Kennedy (Northern Michigan U): "Manon et des Grieux : liberté par transgression"

Kathleen James-Cavan (U of Saskatchewan): "Sacrificing Narratives in Austen's Sense and Sensibility"

4. Restoration Science and Philosophy/Science et philosophie dans la Restauration anglaise (OR)

Chair/Président: Paul Wood, History/Histoire, U of Victoria

Peter Walmsley (McMaster U): "The Privacy of Restoration Science"

Darin Smith (U of Western Ont.): "John Locke and the Philosopher's Tortoise: Material Substance in the Essay"

John Wright (U of Windsor): "Two Enlightenment British Medical Cultures: Pagan Libertines versus Christian Stoics"

Sunday Afternoon/Dimanche après-midi

Arrangements are being made for a choice of the following activities:

Dans l'après-midi, nous comptons vous offrir un choix entre les activités suivantes :

North American Black Historical Museum, Amherstburg
Walking Tour of Old Sandwich/Tour à pied du vieux Sandwich
"Pride of Windsor" Cruise/Croisière à bord du Pride of Windsor

There are other amenities nearby, such as the Art Gallery of Windsor, Detroit Institute of Arts, Cranbrook Science Centre, Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum.

D'autres attractions touristiques de la région: l'Art Gallery of Windsor, le Detroit Institute of Arts, le Cranbrook Science Centre, et Greenfield Village avec le Henry Ford Museum.