Levantine Sociabilities in Europe in Giacomo Casanova’s time: Spies, Impostors, Courtesans and Men of Culture
September 22nd 2022
Call for Papers: International conference organized within the framework of the EU project DIGITENS and in partnership with the GIS SOCIABILITÉS/SOCIABILITY Chieti-Pescara (Italy), 22 & 23 September, 2022
September 15th 2022
Call for Papers: International Workshop organized by Mark Philp and Anne Verjus, in the framework of the DIGITENS project and in partnership with the GIS Sociabilités/Sociability Lyon, France, 15 & 16 September 2022.
December 5th 2021
Deadline extension: 5 December 2021 - Call for submissions for the GIS Sociabilités Master's Thesis Prize 2021. Aiming to encourage young researchers working on subjects related to European and colonial sociabilities in the long eighteenth century (1650-1850), this call is open to Master’s students from European or Canadian universities in the following disciplinary fields: history, civilisation, literature, art history, philosophy, social sciences, linguistics.
November 26th 2021
GIS Sociabilités Cycle of talks - 26 November- Frédéric Ogée (Université de Paris): "Plaisirs des sens, plaisirs de l’imagination dans l’art et la littérature anglaise du 18ème siècle"
November 18th 2021
International conference: "Les règles du jeu à la période moderne / The Rules of the Game in the Early Modern Period" Conference organised by the VALE research centre (Sorbonne Université) in collaboration with the GIS Sociabilités 18 & 19 November 2021
September 15th 2021
Now available online: Journal LEAVES, n°12, July 2021, co-edited by Rémy Duthille, Magalie Fleurot & Laurence Machet
May 31st 2021
Call for papers for a collective volume: "Sociability and the Discourses of Nature in the Long Eighteenth Century", ed. T. Adamczewski, J. Lipski, K. Wood.
March 15th 2021
Annick Cossic-Péricarpin & Emrys D. Jones (dir.), Tome VII (Le Manuscrit, collection "Transversales", 2021).