Claire Larsonneur

Claire Larsonneur is an associate professor in translation and British litterature at the University of Paris VIII-Vincennes St Denis. Her research focuses on British hyper contemporary fiction (Mitchell, Swift, McEwan, Winterson, Ballard, Chatwin) and on digital humanities (interfaces and digital tools). Supported by the Arts H2H Labex funding scheme, she has co-managed a cross-disciplinary quadriennal research project on the “Digital Subject” (2012-2015) and she is currently organising an international conference on “Posthumanity and digital subjectivities” at the conference centre in Cerisy-La Salle in June 2016. She has published and edited a number of articles and essays on digital humanities, among which Le Sujet digital (co-ed.) Dijon, Presses du réel (2015); La Recherche internet en lettres et langues, Paris, Ophrys (2008); “Revisiting Dejima (Japan): from recollections to fiction in D. Mitchell’s The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet”, Substance 44, 136 (2015): 136-148; “Mediations: Science and Translation in The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell”, in Études britanniques contemporaines 45 (2013) (co written with Hélène Machinal); and “Put the blame on? A face off between the neuroscientist and the terrorist”, Le Savant fou, Hélène Machinal ed., Presses Universitaires de Rennes (2013): 419-429. Contact:

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