Monter Alice


Research themes

Dissertation Topic

  • Satire, Factionalism and Pro Ministerial Propaganda under Robert Harley, 1710-1717.

    Supervised by: M. Frédéric Ogée (Université Paris Diderot – LARCA) and M. Greg Lynall (University of Liverpool – Eighteenth-Century Worlds)

Current Project


  • 2015 – Agrégation d’anglais
  • 2013 – MA in English Literature & Civilisation at Université de Lorraine, Nancy
  • 2011 – BA in English Literature, Civilisation & Translation at Université de Lorraine, Nancy


      • 2019 : «Harley, Political narratives and Self-Mythologizing in Defoe’s Secret History of the Secret History of the White Staff» – Crusoe at 300: Adaptations, Afterlives & Futures, (Sixth Biennial Meeting of the Defoe Society), University of York.
      • 2018 : « The very War is made for Peace: Use of Satire and Plain Speech in Shaping the Narrative over British Peace Negotiations with France (1711-1712)» – Satire: Deaths, Births, and Legacies, York St John University.
      • 2017: « Defining Tory Satire: Literary Opposition in the Period 1701-1730 » – Landau-Paris Symposium on the Eighteenth-Century (LAPASEC): Intermediality and the Circulation of Knowledge in the Eighteenth-Century, Sarrebruck, Allemagne.
      • 2017 : « Defining Tory Satire: Literary Opposition in the Period 1688-1745 » – Journée des Doctorants du LARCA, Université Paris Diderot.
      • 2017 : Discutante – Prof. Simon During, «Anglicanism and English Literary Culture, 1688-1945», séminaire : Frontières du littéraire/Lumières et Modernités LARCA, Université Paris Diderot.