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9 de setembro de 2011

Conference: History and Theory of the Picturebook

Esta é uma conferência internacional em combinação com um Ph D workshop. O workshop, no qual terei a oportunidade de participar, decorrerá no dia 21 de Setembro.
De seguida deixo-vos o programa do workshop e o programa da conferência.

Ph D Workshop Program

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

09.30-12.00 Session 1: Society and Ideology

Moderator: Maria Nikolajeva

Caroline P. Bagelman (University of Glasgow) Myths and moralities: unpacking moral governance in picturebooks. Respondent: Erin Spring

Clémentine Beauvais (University of Cambridge) Strategies of modification of the world inside and outside the political picturebook. Respondent: Caroline P. Bagelman

Malgorzata Cackowska (University of Gdańsk) The Polish market of children’s picturebooks as a field of intertwined discourse formations. Respondent: Clémentine Beauvais

Erin Spring (University of Cambridge) Place and identity in picturebooks. Respondent: Malgorzata Cackowska

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-15.30 Session 2: Texts, intertextuality, intermediality

Moderator: Carole Scott

Ghada Al-Yaqout (University of Cambridge) Within and beyond: reconstituing the picturebook series. Respondent: Celia Turrion

Berit Westergaard Bjørlo (Bergen University College) Picturebooks as an arena of remediation of visual and verbal art. Respondent: Isabel Olid/Jana Armbruster

Celia Turrion (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) Art in children’s books: The presence of surrealism in contemporary picturebooks. Respondent: Berit Westergaard Bjørlo

Jana Armbruster (University of Tübingen): Bilingualism in German-Turkish picturebooks. Respondent: Ghada Al-Yaqout

15.30-16.00 Coffee Break

16.00-18.30 Session 3: Language, Communication and Pedagogy

Moderator: Nina Christensen & Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer

Eva Gressnich (University of Mainz) The introduction of discourse referents in picturebooks. Respondent: Sandie Jones Mourão

Sandie Jones Mourão (University of Aveiro, Portugal) Picturebook illustrations and foreign language development in early year’s education. Respondent: Eva Gressnich

Gabriela Sotto Mayor (Universidade do Minho, Portugal) A decade of Illustration of children’s books in Portugal. Respondent: Johanna Tydecks

Johanna Tydecks (University of Tübingen) Film adaptations of picturebooks: a doube difference in time dimension Respondent: Gabriela Sotto Mayor

Conference Program

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Registration 09.30-10.30

10.30-10.45 Jürgen Leonhardt (Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen): Official Opening of the Conference

Paper Presentation 1

Moderation: Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer

11.00-11.45 Maria Nikolajeva (Cambridge, UK): Reading Other People’s Mind through Words and Images

11.45-12.30 Carole Scott (San Diego, US): Artists’ Books and Picturebooks

12.30-13.15 Åse Marie Ommundsen (Oslo, Norway): Picturebooks for Adults

13.15-14.30 Lunch

Paper Presentation 2

Moderation: Elina Druker

14.30-15.15 Nina Christensen (Copenhagen, Denmark): Change. Bildung in Contemporary Nordic Picturebooks

15.15-16.00 Nina Goga (Bergen, Norway): The Book Shelf and the Book Collection as Episthemic Places

16.00-16.30 Coffee Break

Paper Presentation 3

Moderation: Nina Christensen

16.30-17.15 Elina Druker (Stockholm, Sweden): The Concept of Miniature in Picturebooks

17.15-18.00 Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (Tübingen, Germany) & Jörg Meibauer (Mainz, Germany): Understanding the Matchstick Man

20.00 Conference Dinner (speakers only)

Friday, September 23, 2011

Paper Presentation 4

Moderation: Carole Scott

09.00-09.45 Evelyn Arizpe (Glasgow, UK): Meaningmaking from Wordless (or Nearly Wordless) Picturebooks: Educational and Theoretical Expectations

09.45-10.30 Sandra Beckett (St. Catherines, Canada): “The Art of Visual Storytelling”: Formal Strategies in Wordless Picturebooks

10.30-11.15 Emma Bosch (Barcelona, Spain): How Many Words Can a Wordless Picturebook Have?

11.15-11.45 Coffee Break

Paper Presentation 5

Moderation: Nina Goga

11.45-12.30 Agnes-Margrethe Bjorvand (Kristiansand, Norway): Peritexts in Astrid Lindgren’s Picturebooks

12.30-13.15 Janet Evans (Liverpool, UK): Historical Influences on Wolf Erlbruch’s Picturebooks with Particular Reference to the Symbolism in Duck, Death and the Tulip

13.15-14.30 Lunch

Paper Presentation 6

Moderation: Maria Nikolajeva

14.30-15.15 Albert Lemmens & Serge Stommels (Nijmegen, The Netherlands): From Raduga to Gosizdat

15.15-16.00 Mikhail Karasik (St. Petersburg, Russia): The Shock-Work Book for Soviet Children. Photo-illustration and Photomontage in Books for Children and Youths in the 1920s and 1930s

16.00-15.30 Coffee Break

Paper Presentation 7

Moderation: Sandra Beckett

16.30-17.15 Carolyn Brodie & Greg Byerly (Kent, US): Approaching the 75th Caldecott Medal Award: A Historical Timeline of Research, Themes, Genres, Art and Artists

17.15-17.45 Maria Linsmann-Dege (Picturebook Museum, Troisdorf): Presentation of the Picturebook Museum “Burg Wissem” in Troisdorf

19.30 Dinner

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Paper Presentation 8

Moderation: Evelyn Arizpe

09.00-09.45 Maria José Lobato Suero & Beatrice Hoster Cabo (Sevilla, Spain): An Approach to the Phenomenon of Intertextuality through Picturebooks: Browne in Browne and his Hypotexts

09.45-10.30 Mareile Oetken (Oldenburg, Germany): Rampant and Comical: The Grobian as a Traditional and Contemporary Character in Picturebooks

10.30-11.00 Coffee Break

Paper Presentation 9

Moderation: Janet Evans

11.00-11.45 Marnie Campagnaro (Padua, Italy): Visual Explorations: a Proposal for Critical Analysis

11.45-12.00 Fanuel Hanan Diaz (Caracas, Venezuela): The Indication as a “Clue” in the Picturebook’s Visual Grammar

12.15-13.00 Final Discussion

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