Adnot Camille

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Dissertation Topic:

  • In midst of chaos’: Disorder in William Blake’s major ‘Prophecies’ (The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem)
    Supervised by: Jean-Marie FOURNIER

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Education:

  • Since 2018: PhD Student at Université de Paris
  • 2018: Graduated from Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris (started in 2012)
  • 2017-2018: French Lector at the University of Oxford (Keble College and Magdalen College), UK
  • 2016: Obtained the Agrégation in English (competitive national examination for teaching in French public education)
  • 2016: Laureate of the Master’s Thesis in Romantic Studies Prize, awarded by the SERA (French Society for the Study of English Romanticism) for the thesis: « Form and Formlessness in William Blake’s Book of Urizen ».
  • 2014-2015: French Lector at the University of Nottingham, UK
  • 2013-2015: Master’s in English at Université de Paris
      • “In the beginning… there was a mess.” Making From The Mess Conference, (November 18th 2019, St. Luke’s Community Centre, London).
      • « Désordres instinctifs de Tharmas: le corps désœuvré de The Four Zoas de William Blake », in the collective book Inconstances Romantiques, Presses Universitaires de Nancy (To be published in 2019 / 2020).
      • « La Perversion en performance : Débauche du corps féminin dans la poésie et le cinéma expérimental », Seminar of the Graduate Students from Ecole Doctorale 131 (October 14th 2019, Université de Paris).
      • “The Imagined Topography of William Blake’s The Four Zoas: Mapping Dreamscapes and Outlining Visions”, BARS International Conference, ‘Fact and Fantasy’ (25-28 July 2019, University of Nottingham, UK).
      • « Catherine Blake, peintre et modèle visionnaire », 59th Annual Conference of the SAES (Société des Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur), in the workshop ‘Romantic Lives, Exceptional Lives’ supervised by the Biography Society and SERA (Société d’Études du Romantisme Anglais), (6-8 June 2019, Aix-Marseille Université).
        An article derived from this conference paper will be published in 2020 / 2021 by the literary review Les Grandes Figures historiques dans les Lettres et les Arts.
      • “Dismembered and Mended: Performing the Female Body in Poetry and Film”, Theme Days of the Anglophone Studies Department, ‘BODY / Le Corps’ (27-28 March 2019, Université de Paris).
      • « Linéaments d’un monde déchu : frontières séparatrices et lignes de rencontre dans Milton de William Blake », Seminar of the Graduate Students from Ecole Doctorale 131, (18th February 2019, Université de Paris).
        An article derived from this seminar paper will be published in the autumn of 2019 in the research review of the Ecole Doctorale 131, Travaux en Cours.
      • « Le Mariage du Ciel et de l’Enfer, Carte du Maraudeur blakienne ? Entre anonymat et pseudonymat », 2018, in Le Pardaillan n°4, ‘Signatures’, CIMZ Editions.
      • « Imag(e)iner la Création : Construire, déconstruire et reconstruire la Bible de l’Enfer blakienne », 57th Annual Conference of the SAES, in the SERA workshop (1-3 June 2017, Université de Reims).
        An article derived from this conference paper was published in Hobbes, Blair, Blake: hommage à François Piquet, ed. Denis Bonnecase, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur, 2018.