PhD. student Journal (Littera incognita)
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Doctoral students choose an uncertain path, down which we stride in search of the new. Littera Incognita offers an ever-changing map of these itineraries under construction.
Readers of this new electronic journal, founded by doctoral students at the LLA-CRÉATIS research centre of the University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail, can follow the progress of work by young researchers in the fields of literature, languages and art. Littera Incognita seeks to publicise the most recent findings in humanities research and to encourage the interdisciplinary exchange that is the hallmark of LLA-CRÉATIS.
A new issue of Littera Incognita appears every year, including papers from the annual Study Day for LLA-CRÉATIS doctoral students celebrated at the University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail. All published articles must have passed review by the journal’s academic committee.
Littera Incognita is also a forum for discussion promoting exchange between young research students. The editorial team seek to invite doctoral students from different universities to come together around the questions and interests they share. The Agenda, Links and Forum sections are intended as interactive spaces for dialogue.
Lastly this electronic journal offers our group of enthusiastic doctoral students the chance to experience the rigorous demands of publishing, with support from the IT department and academic staff of the University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail,.
Your comments and suggestions to help us improve the journal are always welcome.
The Littera Incognita team.
Cécile Fourrel de Frettes, Emilie Lumière, Anne-Claire Paillissé.
- Cécile Fourrel de Frettes: Articles for publication, Instructions for authors, LLA doctoral students.
- Emilie Lumière: Articles for publication, Team, Partners, Contacts.
- Benoît Monginot: Project, Links.
- Anne-Claire Paillissé: Article publishing, Relations with the Academic Committee, launch of the Agenda section.
- Jacques Ballesté - MCF/UTM. Spanish literature (novels, theatre) and history of ideas in Spain in the first half of the 19th century.
- Emmanuelle Garnier - MCF HDR/UTM. Women and tragedy; Spanish women’s theatre; post-modern playwrights; the contemporary Baroque.
- Solange Hibbs - PR/UTM. The history of ideas and cultural representations in the 19th and 20th centuries; the sociology of reading and literature since the 19th century and the historical sociology of women in the 19th and 20th century; translation studies and the criticism of translated texts.
- Stéphane Lojkine - PR/Université de Provence. 18th-century literature; the semiology of text and image; the critique of dispositifs.
- Monique Martinez Thomas - PR/UTM. 20th-century Spanish theatre; the theory of theatrical texts; Theatre and IT; Theatre and science.
- Arnaud Rykner - PR/UTM and IUF. The aesthetics and theory of representation (Critique of dispositifs); Theatre studies; Text and image; Text and music; Theatre and silence; Maeterlinck; Henry James; Sarraute; Duras.
- Agnès Surbezy - MCF/UTM. Spanish theatre of the 20th and 21st century; Postmodern theatre; Quantum theatre; Translation.