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The Roman de Fauvel: Chronicle, Allegory, Music and Image in Paris, B.N., f.fr.146

Le Roman de Fauvel: Chronique, allégorie, musique et image dans Paris, B.N., f.fr.146

Paris, 11-13 July 1994


Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), 1 rue Victor Cousin
Tuesday p.m.: Salle Colbert, Bibliothèque Nationale, 58 rue de Richelieu


Monday July 11, 9 a.m., Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), 1 rue Victor Cousin
Session I 

Dr Andrew Wathey, University of London Royal Holloway College: Gerves du Bus, the Roman
	de Fauvel and the Politics of the later Capetian Court
Dr Elizabeth Lalou, Archives Nationales-IRHT: La chancellerie royale à la fin du
	règne de Philippe IV le Bel
Miss Emma Dillon, Christ Church, Oxford: The profile of Philippe V in the music of
	Fauvel.
Prof. Elizabeth Brown, CUNY Graduate College, New York: Rex ioians, ionnes, iolis:
	Louis X, Philip V, and the Livres de Fauvel.
Prof. Nancy Freeman Regalado, New York University: Feasts of Good and Evil: The
	Chronique metrique and the Moral Design of BN Ms Fr 146

Monday 2 p.m., Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1 rue Victor Cousin
Session II

Prof. J. Cerquiglini, Geneva: Le lyrisme de descort: Le Lai des Hellequines du ms
	BN fr. 146 et Guillaume de Machaut.
Dr Jane Taylor, University of Oxford: Le roman de Fauvain: Manuscript, Text, Image
Dr Leofranc Holford-Strevens, Oxford University Press: The Latin dits of Geffroi de
	Paris: an editio princeps
Dr Ardis Butterfield, Downing College, Cambridge: Refrains and the revision of genre in
	the Roman de Fauvel
Prof. Wulf Arlt, Musikwissenschaftliches Institut, Universität Basel: Les chançons
	de Jean de L'Escurel


Tuesday July 12, 9 a.m., Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1 rue Victor Cousin
Session III

Prof Kevin Brownlee, University of Pennsylvania: Authorial self-representation and
	literary modeis in the Roman de Fauvel
Prof Jean-Claude Mýhlethaler, Université de Lausanne: Discours du narrateur,
	discours de Fortune: Les enjeux d'un changement de point de vue
Dr Margaret Bent, All Souls College, Oxford: Music and text in the Fauvel motets
Dr Christopher Page, University of Cambridge: Johannes de Grocheo and the Roman de
	Fauvel
Miss Alice Clark, Princeton University: Charnalité, Vaine Gloire and the Roman de
	Fauvel


Tuesday p.m., Salle Colbert, Bibliothèque Nationale, 58 rue de Richelieu
Showing of Fauvel video, presented by Joel Cohen 3.30 p.m.
Wine reception, 5.30 p.m.


Wednesday July 13, 9 a.m., Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1 rue Victor Cousin
Session IV

Prof. Michael Davis, Mount Holyoke College: Desespoir, Esperance and douce France:
	The New Palace, Paris, and the Royal State
Dr Martin Kauffmann, Bodleian Library: Satire, political genre, and the illustrations
	in BN fr. 146
Prof. Alison Stones, University of Pittsburgh: The artistic contexts of Fauvel and
	Fauveyn
Prof. Michael Camille, University of Chicago: Hybridity, Monstrosity and Bestiality in
	the Roman de Fauvel


Wednesday 2 p.m., Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1 rue Victor Cousin
Session V

Prof. Anne Walters Robertson, University of Chicago: Local Chant Readings and the
	Roman de Fauvel
Dr Susan Rankin, University of Cambridge: The Divine Truth of Scripture: Chant in the
	Roman de Fauvel
Prof. Michel Huglo: Le contexte folklorique et musical du charivari dans le Roman de
	Fauvel
Dr Joseph Morin, University of Maryland: Codicological Relationships between Jehannot
	de Lescurel's chansons and Geffroi dc Paris's dits, and the Process of Design
	in Paris, MS f.fr. 146.
Prof. Lorenz Welker, Universität Erlangen: Some reflections on the polyphonic
	conductus in Fauvel


Financial support is acknowledged from
Ministère de la Culture et de la Francophonie
and Royal Holloway, University of London

CONFERENCE ORGANISED BY
	Margaret Bent
	Andrew Wathey
ASSISTANTS
	Emma Dillon and Karen Duys
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