27º Encontro da APEAA

 27º Encontro da APEAA (27-28 Abril, Carcavelos, 2006)

riviera_3Globalization presents major challenges to scholars and students dealing with History, Culture, Literature and Social Sciences. By questioning traditional approachh new forms of transcultes to these areas of study througural cooperation, the Conference aims to explore the role of cultural interaction throughout History and to promote a critical discussion of crosscultural trends in Anglo-American contexts in our days and in the past.


PROGRAMME OF OUR CONFERENCE:

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riviera15Organizing Committee

  • Carlos Ceia (Coordinator)
  • Filipe Furtado
  • Gabriela Gândara
  • Iolanda Ramos
  • Isabel Lousada
  • Isabel Oliveira Martins
  • João Paulo Pereira da Silva
  • Maria Conceição Castel-Branco
  • Maria Leonor Machado de Sousa
  • Miguel Alarcão
  • Teresa Botelho
  • Zulmira Castanheira
  • Carla Vieira (Secretariado)

Comissão Organizadora do XXVII Encontro da APEAA
Centro de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses
Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas
Av. de Berna, 26-C – 1069-061 Lisboa – Portugal


Guest speakers:

  • Professor Terry Eagleto: Literary Criticism and the Public Sphere”

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  • Portuguese senior APEAA member: Professor Luísa Leal de Faria (Vice-Reitora da Universidade Católica Portuguesa). Paper title: “The Exile of the Scholars”
  • Dr. Andrew Pepper. Paper title: “State power matters: power, the state and political struggle in the post-war American novel”

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Participantes

Adelaide Meira Serras (Universidade de Lisboa) The Revival of Utopia, or the Enlightenment Revisited?
Adriana Paula Martins (Universidade Católica – Viseu) Os Magistrados do Império em A Passage to India, Burmese Days e Waiting for the Barbarians
Alda Correia (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) Mansfield and Lewis: Impressionism and Vorticism in Short Story
Alexandre DiasPinto (Universidade de Lisboa) A missing link in Anglo-Portuguese Studies: Robert Southey’s History of Portuga
Alice Maria Quelhas Lima Donat Trindade (Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas) Status and University according to Tom Wolfe
Ana Calado (CEAP) John Gibbons: Percursos de um viajante inglês através do Portugal de Salazar
Ana Matos (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) ‘Interculturality’ in the foreign language literature classroom: the question of text choice
AnaMendes (Universidade de Lisboa) Bride & Prejudice and the (Post-) National Cinema Debate
Ana Raquel Lourenço Fernandes (Centro de Estudos Comparatistas, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa) The Rogue: An Intersection Between History, Law and Literature
Anastasia Logotheti (Deree College, The American College of Greece) Dancing over the Chasm: Trauma and Survival in Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway and Barker’s Regeneration
Andreia Maratá Lopes (Universidade de Lisboa) Casas e mentalidades: espaço e tempo em Howards End, de E. M. Forster
Angélica Varandas (Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa) Oralidade e Escrita na Cultura Medieval
AntónioLopes (Universidade do Algarve) Death of the Hero: Ralph Fox’s reinvention of heroism in literature and in life
Beatriz Rodríguez e María Jordano (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia) Criteria for choosing textbooks and classroom materials for very young learners
Brian Michael Goss (Saint Louis University, Madrid) To Reveal the Hidden Reality: An Ellulian and van Dijkian Analysis of an Editorial Blog in The Nation
CarlosCeia (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) The reinvention of storytelling in coming-of-age novels: Escola do Paraíso, by José Rodrigues Miguéis, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and The Finishing School, by Muriel Spark
Catarina Crespo Correia de Castro (CEAP) Sketches of Society and Manners in Portugal: narrativa de viagem ou romance?”
Cláudia M. J. Pinto (Coimbra) Londres 1890-1900 – Uma literatura e uma cidade de “wonders”: o ser urbano como o humano fantástico”
David Cranmer (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) João Domingos Bomtempo and the Portuguese sufferers
David Evans (Centro de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses) From “Bloody Sunday” to the “Revolta da Farinha”: a tribute to RobertBontine Cunninghame Graham
David  Willingham (Universidade de Vigo) “Gettin’ Organizized” [sic] at the Crossroads of History: Taxi Driver and the Great Malaise of the 1970s
DelfinaRodrigues (Esc Sec. Camilo Castelo Branco) O confronto entre o Eu e o Outro visto através da discursividade do Primeiro Mundo: o caso da tradução portuguesa de Balthazar de Durrell
Dianne Newell  (Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies / University of British Columbia) e Victoria Lamont(University of Waterloo) Daughter of Earth: Judith Merril and the intersections among gender, science fiction, and frontier mythology
Edgardo Medeiros Silva (Instituto Superior Ciências Sociais e Políticas) Henry Adams and the question of “Free Trade” in Post-Bellum America
Eduardo Valls Oyarzun (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) Gold, Hats and Bouncing Lovers: William James’ Social Self in The Great Gatsby
Filipe Furtado (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) “The Woods of Westermain”: Myths of Science in Victorian Britain
Gabriela Gândara Terenas (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) The ‘leading lady of Regent St.’ takes the place of ‘madame Benoîton’”: The Ideal of the Victorian Woman in Nineteenth-Century Portugal
George O’Brien (Georgetown University) Travels in Irish-American Fiction
Georgina Laragy (National University of Ireland, Maynooth) Suicide among emigrant communities: The English and Irish in New York in the 1870s
Helena Lopes (Universidade do Porto) The Disquiets of Perfection: Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon
Isabel Casanova (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) Richard Trench and James Murray: Patriotism and the Boundaries of Philology
IsabelErmida (Universidade do Minho) “Bad chicks on the booze”: Magazine discourses about women’s drinking habits
Isabel Lousada (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) You shall know a word by the company it keeps“: Rereading 1703
JeffreyChilds (Universidade Aberta) Unusual Appetites: On Gastronomy and Human Expression in Joseph Conrad’s Falk
Jesus Marin Calvarro (University of Extremadura, Cáceres) Complexity and dilemma when translating the wordplay in the poetic language of William Shakespeare
João Chaves (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) Technologies of Gender and Masculinities at the Movies
João de Mancelos (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) An enemy will teach you how to love
João Paulo Pereira da Silva (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) My Travels in Many Lands de William H. Giles Kingston, relato das suas viagens e Bildungsroman
John A. Stotesbury (University of Joensuu) Recuperation of the Past and Present in Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag
Licínia Pereira “Each with the one weapon the other need at that moment” – The dynamic of inversion in Lucille Clifton’s poems about the mythical female power
Luciana Pereira Cabral (Universidade do Porto) Byron em expressão portuguesa
Luísa Maria Vilhena Ribeiro deSousa (Universidade Aberta) Expressão Sinistra de Americanismo: A Jeremiada Puritana no Discurso de Supremacia Branca do Ku Klux Klan
Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez (University of California) Before the border: a Transcultural American Literary History
Mª Antonia Álvarez Calleja (Distance Teaching University, Madrid) Cultures in Translation: the Foreignness of the translation series of Henry James’s Daisy Miller
Mª TeresaCorchadoPascasio (University of Extremadura – Cáceres) Images of  Portugal and Spain in Joseph Baretti’s and Richard Ford’s  travel books
Márcia Correia(Universidade Nova de Lisboa) A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: O Livro do Desassossego de James Joyce
Maria Aline SeabraFerreira (Universidade de Aveiro) In the Name of the Goddess: Representations of the Feminine Divine
Maria da Conceição Castel-Branco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) “The theme of song in England”: D. Catarina de Bragança na literatura inglesa
Maria de DeusDuarte (Centro de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses) An Apology for Birds?: Virginia Woolf e “The Plumage Bill”
Maria do Céu Marques (Universidade Aberta) Gangs of New York e Angela’s Ashes: Duas Leituras da Emigração irlandesa
Maria do Rosário Lupi Bello (Universidade Aberta) Flannery O’Connor, escritora do Sul: “em casa” no mundo”
Maria Filipa Palma dos Reis (Universidade Aberta) “A Matemática Dobrando‑se ante os Anjos”:  Lugar e Papel da Literatura na Fase Transcultural
Maria Isabel Barbudo (Universidade de Lisboa) Gender, Ethics, and Comedy: An Approach to Absurd Person Singular (1972) – By Alan Ayckbourn
María José Álvarez-Faedo (University of Oviedo) Charmed by Merlin: History vs. Myth
Maria José Canelo (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra) Good Dances Make Good Neighbors: The U.S. welcome Carmen Miranda
Maria José Pires (Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril) If sack and sugar be a fault, God help Falstaff!
Maria Luisa Coelho (Universidade do Minho) Mother-land in the Work of Michele Roberts and Helen Chadwick
MaríaRamón (University of Castilla – La Mancha, Toledo) Is this an Unsuitable Genre for a Woman?
Convention and Transgression in Female Detective Fiction
Maria Teresa Ferreira (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca : I de Winter or the [re]invention of memory
Maria Zina Gonçalves deAbreu (Universidade da Madeira) Sir Robert Filmer: Discovering what or who a Witch is?
Maria Zulmira Castanheira (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) A Grã-Bretanha na obra do romântico Francisco Maria Bordalo: imagem e referências
Marília Martins Gil (Escola Secundária Rainha Dona Amélia) Did all late Victorian Cinderellas go to the ball?
Mário Avelar (Universidade Aberta) Strand’s villanelle’s meets De Chirico’s moods
Marta Soares “In the beginning was the word”: H. D.’s Trilogy at the crossroad of history and religion
Merja de Mattos-Parreira (Universidade do Algarve) Cosmopolitan women: writing female self on the European cultural, geographical and imagined north-south axis
Miguel Ramalhete (Universidade do Porto) A Sentimental Journey through matters of representation in Laurence Sterne and in Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
NatalinaDomingues (Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas) Slavery and its Legacy: A (c)overt Threat for African-Americans in the 21st Century?
Odília Alexandra C. Gaspar (Universidade de Coimbra) Electronic Whitman: the case of ‘Song of Myself’
Raquel Sara Simões (Grémio de Instrução Liberal de Campo de Ourique) Catherine Earnshaw and Jane Eyre, by Emily and Charlotte Brontë, in the line with Victoria, by Charlotte Dacre
Raquel VarelaMendez (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid) Cultural Approach in Educational Materials: English for Tourism
RicardoMarques (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) Imagens de Portugal no início do século XX: uma breve notícia
RicardoPrata (Universidade Aberta) Philia e Tanatos em Simmons e King
RogérioPuga (CEAP – Universidade Nova de Lisboa) Representação de Macau em Tai-Pan (1966, Shogun (1975) e Noble House (1981), de James Clavell (1924-1994)
RosaFigueiredo (Instituto Politécnico da Guarda) Cultural Identities: Intersections of History and Culture in the drama and fiction of Wole Soyinka
Rute Beirante (Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa) Nas encruzilhadas do mar: a presença de Melville na poesia de Eugénio de Andrade
Ruth Wilson Gilmore (University of Southern California, Los Angeles) Tossed Overboard: Katrina, Mass Incarceration, and the Politics of Abandonment
Sinead McEneaney (National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland) Sitting on the back of the bus? Representations of women in Tom Wolfe’s Electric Kool-aid acid test
Tatyana Solomonik-Pankrashova (Vilnius University, Lithuania) Old English Words for the Concepts of Mind and Memory and Their Semantic Development
Teresa Botelho (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) Performing Historical Trauma in Asian-American Theatre
Teresa Gibert (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid) Coyote Meets Columbus: Thomas King’s Subversive Reinterpretation of the 1492 Historical Encounter
Zuzanna Sanches (FCT – Universidade de Lisboa) The Impossibility of Living. A Revolt. Elizabeth Bowen’s Short Story “The Happy Autumn Fields”

 

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