The Full Professors team of the University of Nîmes is composed of :
Sylvain Belluc (MCF English Studies)
Jean-Louis Brunel(PRAG English Studies)
Anne-Laure Bonvalot (MCF Spanish Studies)
Yann Canal (PRAG IT)
Sabine Coudassot-Ramirez(MCF Spanish Studies)
Claire Cornillon is a lecturer in Comparative Literature at the University of Nîmes. She is co-responsible for the Master Fiction and is in charge of the Cultural Life Mission of this University. Her recent work focuses on narration and fiction, particularly in television series. She is a member of the GUEST research group (Groupe Universitaire d’Etudes sur les Séries Télévisées). She co-directed the books Fin(s) du monde (Pendragon, 2013) and Ce que le récit ne dit pas (Presses Universitaires François Rabelais, 2015). She co-directs the Sérial collection at PUFR. She also created and co-directed the lintermede.com website for 7 years.
Amélie Chabrier is a lecturer in French literature at the University of Nîmes. She is co-responsible for the Licence LMA and the Master Fiction. Her research projects currently focus on the links between press and literature, media culture and popular culture from the 19th to the 21st century. She collaborates with the ANR Numapresse and is part of the RIRRA21 research laboratory.
Recent works : Les Genres du prétoire: la médiatisation des procès au 19e siècle, Paris, Mare & Martin, 2019; Passez-moi l’expression, Paris, Garnier, 2019; co-directed with Marie-Astrid Charlier (dir.), Coups de griffes, prises de bec, la satire de presse dans les années 1930, Brussels, les Impressions nouvelles, 2018; with Marie-Ève Thérenty, Detective, crime factory, Nantes, Joseph K., 2017.
Yoan Vérilhac is a lecturer at the University of Nîmes. Researcher at RIRRA 21, he is a specialist in poetic avant-gardes (La Jeune Critique des petites revues symbolistes, PUSE, Saint-Etienne, 2010), links between press and literature in the 19th-20th centuries, media culture (Faire sensation. De l’enlèvement du bébé Lindbergh au barnum médiatique, Roy Pinker (Paul Aron and Yoan Vérilhac), Agone, Marseille, 2017) and the links between sociability and media (Vie de bohème et ” petite presse ” du XIXe siècle, Sociabilité littéraire ou solidarité journalistique, Alain Vaillant et Yoan Vérilhac dir., Presses de l’université de Nanterre, to be published in 2018). He works with the ANR Numapresse (2017-2021).
Specialists in popular and media culture are invited for seminars in the Master FICTION:
Matthieu Letourneux (PU French literature, University Paris Ouest – Nanterre)
Sarah Hatchuel (PU Cinematographic studies, UMPV)
Hervé Mayer (MCF English Studies, UMPV)
Bounthavy Suvilay (Doctor in literature)
Marie-Ève Thérenty, (PU French literature, UMPV)
Professionals come to share their experience as part of the master:
Morgan Dufour, creator of Audio Workshop, specialized in dubbing
Nicolas Gromaire, info-graphist
Laura Lugand, editorial marketing specialist
Kevin Pelladeaud, doctoral student in literature, youtuber
Grégory Santerre, cineast