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9:00-9:15 — Coffee and Introductory Remarks
9:15-10:45 — Keynote: Anthony Payne - 'Hakluyt and France: People, Politics and Publication'
10:45-11:15 - Break
11:15-12:30 — Panel:
Bernard Allaire - 'The lost manuscripts of Cartier and Roberval's expedition to Canada (1541-1543)'
Pierre-Ange Salvadori - '‘Hakluyt, Guillaume Postel and the Arctic: inventing a “site of mediation” in Late-Renaissance Paris and Europe'
Katherine Ibbett - 'Certain signs: on Indigenous emotion in translation'
12:30-14:00 — Lunch
14:00-15:30 — Keynote: Frank Lestringant - 'When Richard Hakluyt meets André Thevet (1583-1588)'
15:30-15:45 — Coffee break
15:45-16:25 — Lightning talks & Discussion:
John Carrigy - “Richard Hakluyt as historian”
Lucas Aleixo Pires dos Reis - “The Account of Richard Rainolds and Thomas Dassel: commercial competition between the English, French, and Portuguese in the late 16th century Senegambia”
Nathalie Jeter - “‘Le plus beau & le meilleur païs que j’aie encore vu’: eyewitness as device in the recruitment pamphlet of Durand de Dauphiné”
Noah Michaud - “Prompts for African Principall Navigations: Knowledge of Africa Circulating in France at Hakluyt’s Arrival”
16:35-16:40 — Break
16:40-17:00 — Closing paper: Ladan Niayesh - “The French Mediator in English Voyage Drama: Fletcher and Massinger's The Sea Voyage (1622)"