Friday Oct 14, 2022: Early Modern France and the Mediterranean: An Interdisciplinary Conversation



The Society for Interdisciplinary French Seventeenth-Century Studies (SE17) invites you to attend the following session which will be livestreamed during its 41st Annual International Conference held in Reykjavík, Iceland this week.

Early Modern France and the Mediterranean: An Interdisciplinary Conversation

Friday Oct 14, 2022
9:00-10:30am PST / 12-1:30pm EST / 6:00-7:30pm CET


o   Meredith Martin (Art History, New York University) & Gillian Weiss (History, Case Western Reserve University), “The Sun King at Sea”


o   Sylvie Requemora (French Literature, Aix-Marseille Université), “Regnard et Fercourt captifs: de la fiction à la factualisation”


o   Kate van Orden (Musicology, Harvard University), “Hearing Mediterranean Song—Obstacles and Opportunities”


o   Michèle Longino (Romance Studies, Duke University), “The Early Modern French Connection: Marseilles and Toulon”


Register for the webinar here:

The webinar is free and will be captioned in the original language.


To view the full conference program, please click on the following link: 


If you have any questions about the event, please contact chairs Toby Wikström ( or Juliette Cherbuliez (


Bestu kveðjur | Best wishes,


Dr. Toby Erik Wikström

Verkefnisstjóri | Project Manager
Miðstöð framhaldsnáms | The Graduate School
Sérfræðingur | Research Specialist

Hugvísindastofnun | Centre for Research in the Humanities


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