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HS Neo-Victorianism : Conference Progr.

Conference Programme: Friday, January 22, 2010 ^top

(14.30-18.30)
14.30-14.40
 welcome address
 Nadine Böhm, Susane Gruß
14.40-15.30
 Keynote Lecture: Participatory Desires: On Metalepsis, Immersion and Re-Plotting of the Victorians
 Rosa Karl
15.30-16.20
 "Don't go near the bed! Don't you know it's haunted, by our old kisses?": Lost Lesbian Love in Sarah Waters's Affinity
 Katrin Fiedler, Sandra Hofstätter (chair: Lisa Blaser, Katharin Götz, Anita Lasch)
«show»Abstract Paper 1
16.20-16.50
 
coffee break
16.50-17.40
 Imprisonment and Observation in Sarah Waters's Affinity
 Lisa Blaser, Katharin Götz, Anita Lasch (chair: Katrin Fiedler, Sandra Hofstätter)
«show»Abstract Paper 2
17.40-18.30
 Just Typical?!? The Representation of Women in Colm Tóibín's The Master
 Christina Helm, Christina Schumacher (chair: Linda Löffler, Katharina Potempa)
«show»Abstract Paper 3
19.00-?
 Conference dinner
 (Murphy's Pub)

Conference Programme: Saturday, January 23, 2010 ^top

(09.00-17.30)
09.00-09.50
 The Construction of Authorship and Identity in Colm Tóibín's The Master
 Linda Löffler, Katharina Potempa (chair: Christina Helm, Christina Schumacher)
«show»Abstract Paper 4
09.50-10.40
 Identity and Identity Construction in A. S. Byatt's Possession: A Romance and Neil LaBute's Film Adaptation
 Verena Fickenscher, Isabella Wrobel (chair: Iliana Trapezanlidou, Michael Weineck)
«show»Abstract Paper 5
10.40-11.00
 
coffee break
11.00-11.50
 The Use of Narrative and Stylistic Devices in the Creation of Past and Present Society in A.S. Byatt's Possession
 Iliana Trapezanlidou, Michael Weineck (chair: Verena Fickenscher, Isabella Wrobel)
«show»Abstract Paper 6
11.50-12.40
 The Murder at Road Hill House: The Prototypical Victorian Crime Story?
 Barbara Beck, Jeanne Delacroix (chair: Franziska Drexler, Annegret Emerich, Kathrin Pickelmann)
«show»Abstract Paper 7
12.40-14.00
 
lunch break
11.50-12.40
 The Deconstruction of the Victorian Family in Kate Summerscale's The Suspicions of Mr Whicher
 Franziska Drexler, Annegret Emerich, Kathrin Pickelmann (chair: Barbara Beck, Jeanne Delacroix)
«show»Abstract Paper 8
14.50-15.40
 Technology, Class Struggle, Freedom – Williams Gibson + Bruce Sterling's The Difference Engine as a Neo-Victorian Reflection on/of Today's Technocratic World
 Harald Kraft, Andreas Meier, Stefanie Wimmer (chair: Nadine Böhm, Susanne Gruß)
«show»Abstract Paper 9
15.40-16.00
 
coffee break
16.00-17.30
 roundup discussion
 evaluation