MLLC Conferences

Faculty of Humanities

MLLC Conferences

"Silence and the Silenced," Brock University, October 28 and 29, 2011


Leslie Boldt, Corrado Federici, and Ernesto Virgulti will host the sixth biennial Image & Imagery conference on October 28 and 29, 2011. The theme of this year's conference is "Silence and the Silenced." There will be approximately 60 presentations on topics ranging from silent cinema and silence in music, to censorship and political repression. For more information, kindly consult the Preliminary Program. The event is open to the public.

Conference Program

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« Le choix de la langue dans la construction des publics en France à la Renaissance », Brock University, June 23-25 2011.
« Le choix de la langue dans la construction des publics à la Renaissance en France » (« The Choice of Language in the Construction of Publics in the French Renaissance ») is a one time international conference co-organized with the University of Lyon 2 (GRAC, UMR 5037). The goal of this conference is to create a forum for sixteenth century specialists to discuss the role of language in the shaping of new audiences in the French Renaissance, exploring the hypothesis that the use of language (or languages) in the age of printing contributed to making publication a conflicted process, which was in turn echoed in the many appeals made to various readerships built into books. For further information, please go to the conference website: This event is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Groupe Renaissance et Age Classique (GRAC - UMR 5037, University Lyon 2), the Office of Research Services at Brock University, the Humanities Research Institute, and the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Brock University.  

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