sexta-feira, 3 de Maio de 2013

Scientific Programme

 

9 May 2013

09:30
10 am
Opening Session

10.00
11.00 am
Anf. III
Plenary Speaker
Jonathan Culpeper (Lancaster University), “‘Evidence and logics’ versus myths about English”
Chair: Rita Queirós de Barros



11.00
11.15 am
Coffee Break

11.15 am
1.15 pm
Anf. III
New and Hybrid Avenues in Anglo-American Studies
Chair: João Paulo Ascenso
Isabel Alves (CEAUL - UTAD), “Ecocrítica: uma outra narrativa, uma outra leitura das relações entre a literatura e o mundo natural”
Maria José Pires (CEAUL - ESHTE) “A Thought for Food in Anglo-American Studies”
Paula Camacho Roldán (Univ. Pablo de Olavide),
“Anglo-American Studies in Spain: an interdisciplinary approach”


Sala D. Pedro V
Political Struggle, Utopia and Idealism Chair: Fátima Vieira

João Jorge Coelho Pereira (CEHUM - Univ. Minho), “Perspectives on American Idealism Since 1945”
Jonathan David Lewis (FLUP), “Space Counter Space:  An Analysis of the Heterotopian Spaces in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.”
Nuno Marques (CEC), “Personal Memory  as the Place of Truth vs. National Memory as Virtualization in Art Spiegelman’s  In The Shadow of No Towers
Susana Araújo - Sandra Bettencourt (CEC), Project CILM - “City and (In)security in Literature and the Media”

Sala 5.2
The Unspeakable, the Utterable and the Visible
Chair: Marjike Boucherie Mendes

Despina Skourti (Univ. Munich), “The language of Silence – Speechlessness as a Crisis Reaction by the Literary Process”
Rui Carvalho Homem (CETAPS - FLUP), “Morrissey’s Vistas: Frame and Kaleidoscope”
Zuzanna Sanches (CEAUL - FLUL), “Melanie Klein, On the Theory of Anxiety and Guilt and New Approaches to Irish Women’s Literature”


1.15
2.30 pm
Lunch

2.30
3.30 pm
Anf. III
Plenary Speaker
Fátima Vieira (FLUP), “Welcome to the collaboratory!’: Utopian notes on convergence, relevance and impact”
Chair: Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa


3.30
5.30 pm
Anf. III
Re-orienting History Chair: Júlio Carlos Viana Ferreira

Ana Cristina Mendes (CEAUL), “Kisna: The Warrior Poet and Vicarious Redemption in India”
Alexandre Dias Pinto (CECC), “Robert Southey’s Iberian Orientalism: The History of the Moors Project”
Joana Catarina Caetano (CETAPS - FLUP), “Mother Prophetess: Mary Cary and Prophecy during the Cromwellian Period”
Jorge Bastos da Silva (CETAPS - FLUP), “O Rosto Velado de Moisés: Religião e Orientalismo em Obras de Thomas Moore e Walter Scott”

Sala de Vídeo
English and Translation - Communities of Learning
Chair: Rui Carvalho Homem

Alexandra Cheira (CEAUL), “What has Academia got to do with it? Teaching Wonder Tales at High School”
Margarida Vale de Gato (CEAUL - FLUL - FCSH) and Rui Azevedo (CEAUL - Univ. Lusófona) - “PEnPAL in Translation”
Rita Amorim (ISCSP (CAAP) - UTL), “The Two Sides of the English Coin”


Sala 5.2
Screening the Arts
Chair: Isabel Barbudo

Margarida Esteves Pereira (ILCH - Univ. Minho), “‘No, but I’ve Seen the Film’: Screen Adaptation and the Nineteenth-Century Novel”
Maria González Alonso (Univ. Santiago Compostela), “What Do You Think About Gatsby Films, Internet? The Popular Reception on the Web”
Maria Teresa Castilho (FLUP), “Going Back to the Past to Dream the Future”
Patrícia Álvarez Caldas (Univ. Santiago Compostela), “Musical ‘Adaptations’ in the Golden Age”


5.30
6.00 pm
Coffee Break

6.00
7.30
pm





Anf. III
Round Table 1:
Associativism in the Humanties
Chair: João Ferreira Duarte (APLC)
Alexandra Assis Rosa (EST), Isabel Ermida (APEAA), Montserrat Martinez-Vasquez (AEDAN), Teresa Cid (EAAS), Pierre Lurbe (SAES)

8.30 pm
Conference Dinner

Convento dos Cardaes
Rua do Século, 123


 



10 May 2013


09.30
10.30 am
Anf. III
Plenary Speaker
Heinz Ickstadt (JFK Institute, Freie University, Berlin),  
"Imaginaries of American Modernism"
Chair: Liliane Louvel


10.30
10.45 am
Coffee Break


10.45
11.15 am
Anf. III
POSTERS
Daniel Matias (FCSH - UNL), “Masculinities in J. M. Coetzee's Work (Boyhood, Youth, Summertime)”
Maria González Alonso (Univ. Santiago Compostela), “Different Adaptation Processes Based on the Same Novel: The Great Gatsby
Sara Paiva Henriques(CEAUL - FLUL),
 “Home and Home Country: Imagery of Belonging in Contemporary Canadian Narrative”


11.15 am
1.15 pm
Anf. III

General Assembly





1.15
2.30 pm
Lunch


2.30
3.30 pm
Anf. III
Plenary Speaker
Teresa Alves (CEAUL - FLUL), “Adding Wings to the Unbearable Weight of Words - Academy as Community”
Chair: Teresa Cid



3.30
5.30 pm
Anf. III
Representing Otherness / Interface Research Study
Chair: Teresa Casal

António Manuel Bernardo Lopes (Univ. Algarve), “Mapping out the invisible visible: science, technology and the remaking of visual culture”
Habiba Chafai, (Univ. Minho) “Honour-based Violence in the British Press: Representations of an “honour killing” Case”
Margarida Martins (CEAUL), “Bridging Anthropology and Literature through Indian Writing in English”
Paula Alexandra Guimarães (Univ. Minho), “Anglo-American-Portuguese Cultural (Dis)Encounters and the Poetic-Literary Representation of the Other in the Long Nineteenth-Century”

Sala de Vídeo
Inter-cultural Relations and
 Discourse Policies
Chair: Alexandra Assis Rosa

Fernanda Feneja (CEAUL - ISLA), “The Anglo-American World in TEFL in Portuguese Secondary Education: Re-thinking the Role of Literature”
Karen Bennett (CEAUL), “The Knowledge Wars - Translating Incommensurable Paradigms”
Nicholas Hurst (FLUP), “The World Without or the Enemy Within: Cultural Representations in Portuguese Produced ELT Coursebooks.”
Teresa Corchado Pascasio (Univ. Extremadura), “Teaching Communication Skills to the Students of Medicine”


Sala 5.2.
Communicating Voices and Literary Theory
Chair: Luísa Flora

Ana Margarida Ferraria (FLUL), “Um romantismo particular: John Keats e Fernando Pessoa”
Eugénia Iliopoulou (Univ. Zurich), “Novels of Transition”
Mário Semião
(CEAUL - Dalarna Univ.), “Walking by the Ouse’s Muddy Bank: The Presence of Virginia Woolf in the Work of Gabriel Josipovici”



5.30
6.00 pm
Coffee Break

6.00
7.30
pm

Anf. III
Round Table 2:
Past and Present Methodologies in English and American Studies
Chair: Isabel Fernandes (CEAUL - FLUL)
Filomena Louro (CEHUM - Univ. Minho), João de Alemida Flor (CEAUL - FLUL), Maria Irene Ramalho (CES - Univ. Coimbra), Rui Carvalho Homem (CETAPS - FLUP)










quarta-feira, 24 de Abril de 2013

Conference Dinner

Our conference dinner will take place Thursday night at 8.30 p.m.
in Convento dos Cardaes, a monastery that has survived the earthquake in 1755, and that today is divided into a museum and a community of nuns.

The menu will include soup, fish or vegetarian main dish, drinks, and desert. The total cost of the meal will be 25€. If you want to join, please register at your earliest convenience (till May 2).

International bank transfers

Dear participants, here is the data you need for international bank transfers.

Caixa Geral de Depósitos (Bank)

Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (Recipient)

IBAN PT50 0035 0824 00011450130 14 

BIC SWIFT CGDIPTPL

quinta-feira, 18 de Abril de 2013

Registration Form


REGISTRATION FORM
Name:

Affiliation:

Address:

ID/Passport Number:

Tax ID:

Email:

Telephone:

Registration Fee:


Registration Procedure
In order to register for this conference, please either
a)  fill out this registration form and send it to the conference email, together with proof of payment of the registration fee (notification or copy of the bank transfer document);
or
b) print out the registration form, fill it out and mail it, together with your payment by cheque, or proof of payment (notification or copy of the bank transfer) to the following address:

FLUL (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa)
Alameda da Universidade
CEAUL (Centro de Estudos Anglísticos)
A/c Helena Carneiro
1649-004 Lisboa
Portugal

Fees
Till April 30
APEAA members with paid fees – 40€
Students (ID required) — 20€
Others — 80€

Afterwards
APEAA members with paid fees – 90€
Students (ID required) — 60€
Others — 120€

Cheques payable to Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Bank transfer to  0035 0824 00011450130 14

Further information: http://apeaa2013.blogspot.pt/
Conference Email: academycommunity13@gmail.com

Payment details

Having accepted the challenge of putting together this event quite late, the Organizing Committee was not able to give all the participants feedback at an earlier stage. Thus, our payment schedule is the following:

Till April 30
APEAA members with paid fees – 40€
Students (ID required) — 20€
Others — 80€

Afterwards
APEAA members with paid fees – 90€
Students (ID required) — 60€
Others — 120€


Cheques payable to Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Bank transfer to 
--> 0035 0824 00011450130 14  
with a confirmation email to "academycommunity13@gmail.com"

terça-feira, 5 de Março de 2013

Venue

Where
The congress will take place at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon

Founded in 1859, by King Pedro V, the Humanities School of the University of Lisbon (Faculdade de Letras) has nearly twenty departments, institutes and research centres devoted to teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses, conferring BA, MA, PhD and Post-Doctoral degrees, and to advanced research in the Humanities. The Humanities School is associated with other schools in the University of Lisbon, as well as with several other national and international institutions, in interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degrees and in various research projects funded by national and international agencies.

 Click here for a map


How to get there
You can reach the conference by subway, getting out at the station Cidade Universitária (you have to cross two streets and take a right till you reach the the main entry to the building)
Click here for a diagram

Or by bus

Cidade Universitária Bus Stop - 31, 35, 738, 755

Bus Stop near the canteen - 732, 64, 31, 35, 738, 755


Click here for more information.



Accommodation

Hotel Alif Campo Pequeno
Address: Campo Pequeno, 51, 1000-081 Lisboa

Special discount for conference members
(Reservations must be done by email indicating that you take part in the APEAA conference)
Single: 55 €
Double: 60 €

Breakfast included
Phone: (+351) 217 826 210
Web: http://www.alifhotels.com/Hotel-Campo-Pequeno-Lisbon.aspx?lang=en



Hotel Villa Rica Lisboa
Address: Av. 5 de Outubro, 295, 1600-035 Lisboa

Special discount for conference members
(Reservations must be done by email indicating that you take part in the APEAA conference)
Single: 73 €
Double: 83 €

Breakfast included
Phone: (+351) 210 043 000



Hotel Roma
Address: Av. de Roma, 33
1749 - 074 Lisboa

Special discount for conference members
(Reservations must be done by email indicating that you take part in the APEAA conference)
Single: 60 €
Double: 65 €

Breakfast included
Phone: (+351) 217 9322 44
Fax:  (+351) 217 9329 81
Web: http://www.hotelroma.pt/home/en/



Hotel Vip Executive Zurique
Address: R. Ivone Silva 18, 1050-124 Lisboa
Special discount for conference members
(Reservations must be done by email indicating that you take part in the APEAA conference)
Single: 60 €
Double: 65 €

Breakfast included
Phone:   (+351) 217 814 000
Web: http://www.viphotels.com/en/Hoteis/VipExecutive/VipExecutiveZurique/OHotel.aspx?sfopl=true



Hotel Ibis Saldanha Lisboa
Address: Av. Casal Ribeiro 23, 1000-090 - Lisboa

Special discount for conference members
(Reservations must be done by email indicating that you take part in the APEAA conference)
Only Double Rooms available for these dates: 65 €

Breakfast not included (6 € extra)
Phone: (+351)213191690



Pousada de Juventude Lisboa (Youth Hostel)
Address: R. Andrade Corvo, 46 , 1050-009 Lisboa
Single: --
Double: 44 €
Breakfast included
Phone: (+351 ) 213 532 696 / 925 665 072
Web: http://microsites.juventude.gov.pt/Portal/en/PLisboa.htm