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NOVANOV - Novelists on the Art of the Novel
We are a bilingual, interinstitutional research group devoted to the study of the art of the novel.
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McGill Département de langue et littérature françaises

McGill Department of English

Concordia Department of English

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The "NOVANOV" team, dedicated to "Novelists on the Art of the Novel," brings together researchers in the Department of French Language and Literature and the Department of English at McGill University, as well as the English Department at Concordia University.

This research team examines non-novelistic texts-essays, prefaces, interviews, correspondence, diaries, and commentary that novelists have written about their chosen genre. These texts often articulate the aims and values of the novel, or indeed its praxis and stakes. Research focuses on "the modern novel," which is to say novels written between the later eighteenth century and the present day.



Upcoming Events

 

 

Monday February 17th, 2013: 3pm-5pm

688 Sherbrooke West, room 1041

 

Conference by Tiphaine Samoyault (Université Paris III)
«L'idée de littérature contemporaine»

 

 

 




New Publications

 

 

      L’aventure comme possibilité. Le roman français de la première moitié du XXe siècle, Mathieu Bélisle (dir.), Études littéraires (vol. 44, no 1), Hiver 2013.

 

Articles de: Mathieu Bélisle, Jean-François Chassay, Maxime Decout, Pedro Pardo Jimenez, Christophe Pradeau, Maxime Prévost, Ivanne Rialland, Véronique Samson.

 

 

 

La mémoire du roman, Isabelle Daunais (dir.), Montréal, Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2013.

 

Articles de: Isabelle Arseneau, Mathieu Bélisle, Simona Carretta, Julia Chamard-Bergeron, Isabelle Daunais, Ugo Dionne, Katerine Gosselin, Aude Leblond, Olivier Maillart. Élisabeth Nardout-Lafarge, Thomas Pavel, Christophe Pradeau, Lakis Proguidis.


La pratique du roman

La pratique du roman, Isabelle Daunais et François Ricard (dir.), Montréal, Boréal, 2012.

Articles de: Gilles Archambault, Nadine Bismuth, Trevor Ferguson, Dominique Fortier, Louis Hamelin, Suzanne Jacob, Monique LaRue, Robert Lalonde.

 


Le rire et le roman

Le rire et le roman, Mathieu Bélisle (dir.), Études françaises, vol. 47-2 (2011).

Articles de: Isabelle Arseneau, Mathieu Bélisle, Michel Biron, Mawy Bouchard, Élisabeth Nardout-Lafarge, Thomas Pavel, Maxime Prévost, Yen-Maï Tran-Gervat, Philippe Zard.







Funding

The research team wishes to thank the Fonds québécois de recherches en sciences sur la société et la culture (FQRSC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) for their financial support.

Fonds québécois de recherches en sciences sur la société et la culture (FQRSC)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canda (SSHRC)