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Program

The Annual Fatih University Conference on Literary and Cultural Studies
E-motion: Sentiment and Technology
Friday May 16, 2008:
Fatih University Istanbul

8.30        Red Hall / A Block        Welcome by the University Officials
9.00
        Red Hall / A Block
        Keynote Speech
                
Thoughts on Why Academics Don't Teach Humor --and Should. Prof. Dr. Paula Bennett, Southern Illinois University
10.00
        Coffee Break
10.15
        Red Hall / A Block
        Digital Literature
                  Chair: Paula Bennett
                  1.
Paulina Ambrozy-Lis “To Love Is to Relinquish What One Would Like to Keep – On the Poetics of Jouissance in Printed and Digital Poetry,” Poland
                  2.
Pawel Stachura  “e–Nature, or: A Hypersermon for Our Time, Poland
                  3.
Jan Söffner “What Does the Poem Feel? - A Medieval Answer, Germany
11.45
        Restaurant
        Lunch Break
13.00
        Red Hall / A Block    Internet and Emotion
                  Chair: Martin Hicks, Turkey
                  1.
Vassil Anastassov     “Language as E-Motion,
Turkey
                  2.
Sheenagh Pietrobruno “The Digital Sensorium,
Turkey
                  3.
Asunción López-Varela Azcárate
E-motions: Internet and the Pleasures of the Interface, Spain
                  4.
N. ªule At¹lgan “Object as an Emotional Target,
Turkey
Blue Hall / A Block
        Poetics of World Literatures
                 Chair: Ralph Poole, Turkey
                  1.   
Mehtap Sariarslan “Agha Shahid Ali, the Ghazal Form and World Literature,
Turkey
                  2.   
Zeynep Kopan “Sentimental Communist Turkish Poet: Nazim Hikmet,
Turkey
                  3.   
Mark W. Chevalier “Redefining Britishness: Subversion, Inverted Exploitation, and Occidentalism in Timothy Mo’s Sour Sweet,
Turkey
15:00
       Coffee Break
15.15
        Red Hall / A Block
        Gender and Culture
                  Chair: Annette Keck, Germany
                  1.
Aylin Bayrakceken, “Emotional Pilgrimage in D.H. Lawrence’s The Plume Serpent,
Turkey
                  2.
Mark Haywood “ In Pursuit of the Bluebird of Happiness,
UK
                  3.
Rustem Ertug Altinay “A Brief History of the Roma in   Turkish Comedy,
Turkey
                  4.
Ausra Paulaskiene “Emotion of Memory in Lithuanian Jews,
Lithuania
17.30
        Departure to the City Center by Bus
18.30
        Dinner in Town   


Saturday May 17, 2008:
Marmara Pera Hotel, Taksim

10.00        Conference Room        Poetry
                  Welcome and Brief Introduction to The European Study Group of Nineteenth Century American Literature
10.15
        Discussion
                  “Humor in Nineteenth Century American Literature  moderated by Paula Bennett, USA
12.15
        Hotel Terrace        Lunch
13.45
        Conference Room
        Discussion
                   Phoebe Cary’s Poems and Readings in Karen Kilcup, moderated by Paula Bennett
15.45
        Coffee Break
16.00
        Research-In-Progress
                  1. Pawel Stachura “Lydia Huntley Sigurney as a Proto–Imagist,” Poland
                  2. Agnieszka Wróblewicz “Curing a Quixote: A Study of Tabitha Tenney’s Treatment of Cervantes’s Motif, Poland   
18.00
       
Dinner in Town


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