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V Colóquio Internacional Ficcionalizações da Ciência no Mundo Anglófono
Colóquio
10:00 às 18:00
Online

Os interessados em participar/assistir deverão inscrever-se em cetaps@fcsh.unl.pt

10:00

OPENING REMARKS Carlos Ceia and Gabriela Gândara Terenas (NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

 

10:30-11:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE – “Changing the
World: Science  Fiction
 and
 Climate Action”  Greg Lynall (University
of Liverpool, UK)

Chair: Gabriela Gândara Terenas (NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

 

11:30-13:00

PANEL SESSION
1 – Women, Literature and science

Chair: Fernando Clara (NOVA FCSH/ CETAPS)

Remarkable Creatures: Fictionalising the
Role of Women in
the advancement of early-nineteenth-century science”

Gabriela Gândara Terenas (NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

“American TecnoFeminist Fictions and
the Representation of
Women Doing science”
Teresa Botelho (NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

 

13:00-15:00

Lunch Break

 

15:00-17:00

PANEL SESSION 2 – Nature,
Science and Fiction

Chair: Maria de Jesus C. Relvas (Universidade Aberta/CETAPS)

How Fiction bridged Science in the
Eighteenth Century: Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe
Ana Rita Brettes (CETAPS)

“Bulwer Lytton’s Literary Legacy – a Barometer of the Victorian Social, Intellectual
and Scientific Climate”
João Paulo
Pereira da Silva
(NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

“Scientific Methods in Detective Fiction: Sherlock Holmes’ Forensic Analysis” Maria
João Brito (CETAPS)

“(Non)Fictions of Science
in Edwin Morgan’s Poetry:
A Translator’s View”
Ricardo Marques (CETAPS)

 

17:00-17:30

Coffee Break

 

17:30-18:00

CLOSING LECTURE – “Engaging with afro-Retroism: Black
Speculative Fiction and the
Steamfunk Manifesto”
Iolanda Ramos (NOVA FCSH/CETAPS)

Chair: Maria do Rosário Lupi Bello (Universidade
Aberta/CETAPS)

 

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