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8 September 2017

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Paris colloquium to commemorate Charles Baudelaire

Ève Morisi, Associate Professor of French Literature, has organised a three-day international colloquium at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) to commemorate the most famous French poet of the 19th c., Charles Baudelaire.

The Paris IAS is located in the Hôtel de Lauzun, where Baudelaire lived from 1843 to 1845.

2017 marks the 150th Anniversary of Baudelaire’s death and the 160th anniversary of The Flowers of Evil, a landmark of modern literature. The theme of the colloquium is “Baudelaire’s Thought”.

The colloquium is being supported by the Paris IAS , the Sorbonne, the Maison Française d’Oxford and the Oxford Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages.

See the full programme here.

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