Paris 4 Sorbonne University (Paris)
Lucille Hagège is a 4th-year doctoral student and teaching assistant (ATER) at Paris-Sorbonne University, as well as a member of the Center for Research on American Literature: Text and Image (VALE EA4085). She is a graduate of McGill University in Canada and a recipient of the Agrégation in English. Her research focuses on encyclopedism in contemporary American fiction, particularly in the work of Thomas Pynchon, David Foster Wallace and Steve Tomasula.
- "Ekphrasis and the Visual Representation of Information in Gravity’s Rainbow" (Paper)
- Scheduled: Hôtel Fleuriau: Wednesday 7 June, from 11:15 to 11:45
This presentation is part of the panel REAL AND NARRATED WORLDS II with Lucille Hagège | Gary Thompson | Noah Toyonaga and scheduled in the Hôtel Fleuriau: Wednesday 7 June, from 10:45 to 12:15, chaired by Luc Herman.