Sir Geoffrey Hill will be reading from his work at 6:15 pm. The event is free and open to the public. Catholic University of Paris, 21 rue d'Assas, 75006 Paris, Room B01.
9:15 Opening words by Pauline Piettre & Ineke Bockting
Elizabeth Müller (Nantes/ICP), (Yeats and Dante)
Brian Arkins (NUI, Gallway), "The Theme of opposites: Yeats and Oedipus"
Tea & Coffee Break
Peter McDonald (Christ Church, Oxford), "Gaiety and Dread: Late Yeats and Hill"
Keynote Address 12:15-13:15
Colbert Kearney (Cork), "September 2013"
Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec (Caen/ICP), "Yeats, Pound, Eliot, Péguy, Hill"
Susan Ang (U. Singapore), 'Poetic conversations': Hill, Pavese, Pindar
Peter Behrman de Sinéty (ENS), “Nothing broken”: translated Europeans in Geoffrey Hill’s Orchards of Syon
Kenneth Haynes (Brown), "European Witness: The German Resistance in the Poetry of Geoffrey Hill"
Sir Geoffrey Hill (Oxford Professor of Poetry) reads from his work