WEDNESDAY, 23 APRIL 2008

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VENUE: Collegium Novum ul. Gołębia 24 Collegium Medicum ul. Św. Anny 12 Collegium Maius ul. Jagiellońska 15

“Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Contact: English and American Studies in the Age of Global Communication”

Aula (Main Lecture Hall) Aula (Main Lecture Hall) – upstairs Senate Room - upstairs Asklepios Room - downstairs Zodiac Room - downstairs Bobrzyński Room - upstairs Kazimierz Room - downstairs

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(April 26)

WEDNESDAY, 27 APRIL 2011 10.00 The Conference Office opens (Collegium Medicum, upstairs in the hall ) 11.30 – 13.00 Opening of the Conference (Collegium Novum, Aula) Performance of the University Choir Plenary Lecture: Valentine Cunningham, Corpus Christi College, Oxford University: ‘This is the Place’: On Literary Knowing and Not Knowing Chair: Zygmunt Mazur

session 1 14.30 – 15.00

15.00 – 15.30

15.30 – 16:00

MEDICUM, ASKLEPIOS

MEDICUM, ZODIAC

Section I:

Section II:

English Literature: 16th-17th century

English Literature: Early 20th century

Chair: Gerard Kilroy

Chair: Beata Piątek

MEDICUM, SENATE Section III: American Literature

MAIUS, BOBRZYŃSKI Section IV: Translation of literature

MAIUS, KAZIMIERZ

NOVUM, AULA

Section V:

Section VI:

Linguistics: Studies in Online Communication

Culture: Contemporary Cinema

Chair: Zygmunt Mazur

Chair: Magdalena Heydel

Chair: Patrick Duffley

Richard Kania & Lyuba Pervushina Deceit and Deception in the L.A. Quartet of James Ellroy

Wolfgang Görtschacher Erich Fried as Translator of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Jolanta Łącka-Badura ‘Global Leaders, Product Pioneers, Centres of Excellence’: The Liguistic Representation of an Ideal Employer in British Online Job Ads

Clarinda Calma Mirosław Miernik Damian Podleśny Edmund Campion’s ‘Rationes A Special Plan for the World: The Ambiguous Realities in Philip K. Decem’ and its Reception in Poland Politics of Frederick Rolfe's Hadrian Dick’s Time Out of Joint the Seventh

Laura Vilardell Translations and Translators of English-Language Authors in the ‘Isard’ Series (1962-1971)

Marta Dąbrowska ‘You look fab on this pic!’ Age and Gender in Facebook Communication

Margarete Rubik Women in Arms: Amazons in 17th century drama

Iwona Staniszewska Sailing into Unknown Waters: Popularizing Latin American Literature and the Translator’s Visibility

Yen-Liang Lin The Lexical Features of Adolescent Online Intercultural Communication

Barbara Bienias Terrence Craig An English Aristocrat at Harvard: Sir Flag-Waving Literature Philip Sidney’s Legend in the Age of Global Communication

Maciej Reda A Way out of Insanity or G. K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday

Diana Stiuliuc Of every hue and caste I am: The Inter-American Identity of Richard Rodriguez

Chair: Grzegorz Szpila Piotr Olański A Contemporary Flaneur in Tokyo: Analysis of a non-Western City in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation Tamas Vrauko Colors, Sounds and the Fury: Symbolism in the Movies of Robert Rodriguez Artur Skweres Globally Threatened: The Reasons for the Insecurity of the Individual in the Contemporary American Science Fiction Cinema

16:00 – 16:30

Katarzyna Blacharska

Piotr Podemski John Milton and Søren Kierkegaard British and Foreign Inspirations in Oswald Mosley’s The Greater in Contact: Analysis of the Britain (1932) Psychological Profile of the Miltonian Devil in View of Søren Kierkegaard’s Vision of Despair

16.30 – 17.00

COFFEE BREAK

17.00 – 18.30

Plenary Lecture (Collegium Novum, Aula):

Karuna Patange Magical Realism in Native American Fiction: A Study of The Grass Dancer by Susan Power and The Reservation Blues

Aleksander Gomola An English Translation of Dzienniczek (The Diary) of Sister Faustyna Kowalska, or Whether Being a Pole is a condition sine qua non of Christian Salvation

Marianna Zummo Health on the Net: The Doctor Answers

Claudia Ioana Doroholschi Sex, Art and Beethoven: The Languages of Sexuality in Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange

Elżbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska (Jagiellonian University, Kraków): Caught in the Web of Worlds I: Modalities of Oneiric Discourse and Freudian Figuration in K. Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled Olga Vorobyova (Kiev National Linguistic University): Caught in the Web of Worlds II: Postmodernist Wanderings through the ASC Labyrinths in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Unconsoled: Philosophy, Emotions, Perception Chair: Elżbieta Mańczak-Wohlfeld THURSDAY, 28 APRIL 2011 – MORNING 9.00 – 10.00

Plenary Lecture (Collegium Medicum, Aula): Hans-Jürgen Diller (Ruhr-Universität Bochum): Historical Semantics, Corpora, and the Unity of English Studies

10.00 – 11.00

Plenary Lecture (Collegium Medicum, Aula): Gerard Kilroy (University College London): Across Borders: Resisting Power in Word and Image Chair: Anna Niżegorodcew

11.00 – 11.30

session 2 11.30 – 12.00

12.00 – 12.30

COFFEE BREAK

MEDICUM, ASKLEPIOS

MEDICUM, ZODIAC

MEDICUM, SENATE

MAIUS, BOBRZYŃSKI

MAIUS, KAZIMIERZ

MEDICUM, AULA

Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section IV:

Section V:

PANEL

19th-century English Literature: Romanticism

English Literature: Postcolonial

American Literature: 18th and 19th century

Language Learning and Teaching

Translation

James Joyce – Local, Global, Universal

Chair: Teresa Bela

Chair: Zygmunt Mazur

Chair: Anna Niżegorodcew

Chair: Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa

Chair: Katarzyna Bazarnik

Monika Coghen Olga Glebova Lord Byron and the Metamorphoses Empowering the Reader: J.M. Coetzee’s Diary of a Bad Year as of Polidori's Vampyre an Interactive Novel

Michał Choiński The Physical and the Metaphysical of Jonathan Edwards' Sermonic Imagery

Danuta Gabryś-Barker

Arkadiusz Kaczorowski & Alina Szwajczuk Why University Is Not Always the Optimum Choice: On Incompatible Translations of Tertiary School Names in Poland

Sylvain Belluc Joycean Etymology and Dantean Intertext: A Case Study in Joyce Criticism

Tarik Bushnak

Robert Kusek Autrebiography vs. Autobiography in J.M. Coetzee’s The Master of Petersburg

Barbara Rumbinas Dying To Be True: Allegory And Symbolism In James Fenimore Cooper’s The Wept Of Wish-TonWish

Mirosław Pawlak

Agata Hołobut Individualisation of Film Characters in Subtitling and Voice-Over

Oliver Golembowski Canny and Uncanny Space in Ulysses

Marek Pawlicki Narrative Metaphors in J.M.Coetzee’s The Master of Petersburg

Sarka Bubikova Slave Narratives on Slave Childhood

Monika Kusiak

Notions of Invisibility: Romantic Rhetoric in Wordsworth, Coleridge and Keats 12:30 – 13:00

Wenjuan Yuan Space Perception and Literary Atmosphere in Poetry

Chair: Anna Walczuk

At the Initiation Stage: Pre-Service Teachers in Their Period of School Placement

Corrective Feedback during Fluency-Oriented Activities: Challenging the Myths

Krzysztof Łoboda Teresa Caneda-Cabrera Automated Translation as a Sign of ‘Who Is He When He Is [Not] at How ‘Educated’ is Educational Talk Our Times: The Impact on Home’: Extraterritorial Joyce in an Academic FL Classroom? Translator Training

THURSDAY, 28 APRIL 2011 – AFTERNOON 14.30 – 15.30

Plenary Lecture (Collegium Medicum, Aula): Patrick Duffley (Université Laval, Québec City): Famous Infinitives Chair: Barbara Bacz

session 3 15.30 – 16.00

16.00 – 16.30

16.30 – 17.00

session 4 17.00 – 17.30

17.30-18.00

18:00-18:30

Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section IV:

Section V:

PANEL

19th-century English Literature Pre-Raphaelites

English Literature: 20th-century Literature

American Literature: Literature and History

Language Learning and Teaching

Linguistics: Discourse Analysis

James Joyce – Local, Global, Universal

Chair: Monika Coghen

Chair: Krystyna StamirowskaSokołowska

Chair: Michał Palmowski

Chair: Danuta Gabryś-Barker

Chair: Elżbieta ChrzanowskaKluczewska

Chair: Izabela Curyłło-Klag

Maria Perzyńska ‘Is not this something more than idle play’: Reverie in Pre-Raphaelite Poetry

Paulina Kamińska Beyond the Breakdown of Communication: Exploring Obstacles to Communicating in the Novels Written by Doris Lessing

Roman Katsman British and American Alternative History (1950-2000): Metaphysics of Personalistic Remembering

Alicia Dallman The Pilot Pedagogy Project: Crossing International and Virtual Borders with Problem-Based Learning to Promote Intercultural and Linguistic Exchanges

Magdalena Szczyrbak You’re partly right, but mostly wrong… Acknowledgment and Rebuttal as Argumentative Strategies in Televised Presidential Debates

Alison Lacivita ‘Fusiliers in the people's park’: Finnegans Wake and Phoenix Park

Małgorzata Łuczyńska-Hołdys Rossetti’s (In)Significant Details: A Reading Of ‘My Sister’s Sleep’

Małgorzata Schulz Mothers Loving and Mothers Suffering in the Fiction of Edna O’Brien

Wojciech Majka Poiēsis and the Amplification of the Historical Background

Ewa Bandura Attitudes of the Students Participating in a Cultural Awareness-Raising Project

Mariya Fedoriv Totalitarian Discourse: A Case Study

Dirk Vanderbeke A Portrait of an Artist of the Floating World, or: Joyce vs. Lewis / Time vs. Space

COFFEE BREAK

Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section IV:

Section V:

PANEL

19th-century English Literature Victorian Literature and Culture

Contemporary English Literature

20th-c. American Literature

Language Learning and Teaching

Linguistics: Discourse and Genre Analysis

James Joyce – Local, Global, Universal

Chair: Monika Coghen

Chair: Bożena Kucała

Chair: Dominika Oramus

Chair: Joanna Rokita

Monika Mazurek Religious Dialogue or Monologue? George Borrow’s Encounter with the Other in the Iberian Peninsula

Karolina Kolenda The ‘Heart of Darkness’ and the Centre of Englishness: The Image of London’s East End in the Writings of Peter Ackroyd

Paul Titchmarsh Authority and Authenticity: The Private and the Public in Robert Lowell’s Poetry

Maria Grazia Borsalino Zuzana Urbanova Psychology through English: A CLIL Mixed Forms of Representation in Case Study the Discourse of Newspaper Reports

Katarzyna Bazarnik The Liber Lord: Joyce’s Finnegans Wake and Finnegans Wake Booklets as Liberature

Anthony Barker The Film Afterlife of Dickens’s Ebenezer Scrooge

Nina Liewald The Possibilities of ‘Hybridity’ and Multiculturalism in a Globalised World: Hanif Kureishi’s England from the 1970s till Today

Roya Yaghoubi Lost in the Funhouse: The Author’s Funhouse / Prisonhouse of Language

Marcin Kleban Anna Tereszkiewicz Division of Labour in a Collaborative uReport, iReport, We Have Our Say Writing Task – Analysis of User-Contributory Content Online

Izabela Curyłło-Klag Marshall McLuhan's Tribute to High Modernism in Counterblast

Agnieszka Setecka Representations of French Fashions in the English Literature of the Victorian Period

Dominika Lewandowska Picturing London: The Impact of Robert Frank’s Photography on Iain Sinclair’s Prose

Michał Palmowski The Mexican Dream: The Image of Mexico in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road

Dagmara Gałajda Teacher's Action Zone in Facilitating Group Dynamics

Chair: Elżbieta ChrzanowskaKluczewska

Yaroslava Fedoriv To Thank or Not to Thank: A Global Question. A Study into Inaugural Discourse

Chair: Dirk Vanderbeke

Tour of the Jagiellonian University Museum and Reception (Collegium Maius, Libraria & Stuba Communis)

19.00 - 22.00

FRIDAY, 29 APRIL 2011 - MORNING MEDICUM, ASKLEPIOS

MEDICUM, ZODIAC

MEDICUM, SENATE

MAIUS, BOBRZYŃSKI

MAIUS, KAZIMIERZ

Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section V:

English Literature Medieval

English Literature

English Studies in the World/ Culture

Section IV: Language Learning and Teaching University Education

session 5

Chair: Teresa Bela

Chair: Wolfgang Görtschacher

9.00 – 9.30

Katarzyna Pytel The Emotional Dynamics in Thomas Usk’s Testament of Love

Jacek Kozlowski

9.30 – 10.00

Quiten in The Canterbury Tales: A Pragmatic Approach

10.00 – 10.30

Dominika Ruszkiewicz The Meeting of the English and Scottish Cultures in James I’s Kingis Quair

10.30 – 11.00

Chair: Mirosław Pawlak

Chair: Marta Dąbrowska

Maria Błaszkiewicz Alan Weber Beware of Trojans, the complete English Studies in the Middle East smeg-heads! Cultures in Contact: The Mock Epic, the Contemporary British Fantastic and the Trojan War

Anna Niżegorodcew Communicative Competence, Individual Differences and L2 Learning Theories: Theoretical Background for an MA Applied Linguistics Course

Malgorzata Suszczynska Polish Migrants in Szeged, Hungary: Migrant Identity and Language

Ib Johansen Lost in Space: Literary Labyrinths in Western Culture from the Renaissance to the Postmodern Era

Garry Robson

Mark Parker

The ‘Therapeutic Turn’ in Governance and Popular Culture: How the British Became More ‘Vulnerable’

Speakers of EFL in Fully Online U.S. University Courses: Potential Benefits of Written, Asynchronous Classroom Discourse

Branka Drljaca Margic Impact of English on Croatian as Seen through the Eyes of Croatian University Students

Enrico Benella What Women Want, or the Loathly Lady and the Invisible Stage

Tomasz Skirecki

Ewa Donesch-Jeżo

British Euromyths as Manifestations of the UK’s Reluctant Membership in the European Union

Integrating Corpus Work into Teaching of Academic Discourse Writing to University Students

Andrzej Kurtyka Paragraph Structure Development across Cultures: A Reappraisal

COFFEE BREAK

Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section IV:

Section V:

English Literature Shakespeare

Contemporary Literature

Culture

Language Learning and Teaching

Linguistics

session 6

Chair: Agnieszka RomanowskaKowalska

Chair: Izabela Curyłło-Klag

11.30 – 12.00

Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa Poland and Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A ReExamination Maciej Piątek

12.00 – 12.30

Chair: Władysław Chłopicki

Applied Linguistics: Language and Culture

Spectropoematics, or How To Talk With Ghosts

Chair: Andrzej Pawelec

Chair: Ewa Witalisz

Chair: Elżbieta Mańczak-Wohlfeld

Ewa Kowal Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz The Novel and the Internet: William On the Figure of the Devil in Neil Gibson's post-9/11 novel Pattern Young's Greendale Recognition

Jim Cyborowski Using Drama School Activities with ESL Students

Barbara Bacz For the Conceptualization Approach to Meaning: Evidence from Languages in Contact

Eva Perez ‘Heroes out of the Mildest of People’: Polish and English RAF Men in Contemporary British Fiction of World War II

Ramon Shindler Learn and Play with Lippy and Messy: English for Very Young Learners

Antonio Lillo From Handles to Slangisms: On the Role of Phonemic Iconicity in English Word-Formation

Dominika Oramus Messengers of ‘Self-help’ and ‘Wellbeing’: The Use of Angels in Contemporary Popular Culture

12.30 – 13.00

Karolina Sofulak

Katarzyna Hauzer

A Global Culture of the Dead: American Academia Reads Shakespeare

So This Is Peace? The Postwar Ventures of John Steinbeck, Irwin Shaw and Robert Capa

Ildiko Domotor Home among the Gum Trees: Colonial Gentlewomen’s Attitude towards the Australian Flora and Fauna

Joanna Rokita-Jaśkow Andrzej Pawelec Motives for Early Foreign Language Polysemy: A Three-Level Account Learning and Parental Educational Aspirations in the Era of Globalization

FRIDAY, 29 APRIL 2011 - AFTERNOON Section I:

Section II:

Section III:

Section IV:

Section V:

English Literature 18th/19th century

Contemporary English Literature

Contemporary Literature/ Comparative Literature

Language Learning and Teaching

Linguistics / Translation

session 7

Chair: Andrzej Branny

14.30 – 15.00

Selen Baranoglu Julie Campbell A Comparative Study of Listening to the Inner Voice in Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Beckett’s Watt Hyde in Relation to Lacanian Sexuality

15.00 – 15.30

15.30 – 16.00

16:00 – 16:30

16.30

Chair: Olga Vorobyova

Chair: Maria Jodłowiec

Chair: Ewa Willim

Olga Kulchytska

Neelakshi Premawardhena First Language Interference in Second Language Learning: A Closer Look at Challenges in TESL in Sri Lanka

Jerzy Świątek Perspectivization and Axiology: Dimensions of Identification and Presence

Małgorzata Jedynak English as Lingua Franca or Lingua Frankensteinia? Some Implications for Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Europe

Dobromiła Jagiełła On Syntactic and DiscoursePragmatic Aspects of Parenthetical Expressions

Joanna Maciulewicz Joanna Piwowarska The English Gothic Novel as a Type ‘To live otherwise on the page’: The Irreconcilability of the Stories of of ‘the Novel of Ordeal’ Empire in David Dabydeen’s Harlot’s Progress (1999)

Abbas Zarei Modes of Travel Experience in Mark On the Learnability of Three Categories of Idioms by Iranian EFL Twain’s Innocents Abroad and Zbigniew Herbert’s Barbarzyńca w Learners ogrodzie

Katarzyna Gęborys The Deontic Modality in Legal Texts and the Consequences of its Interpretation

Anna Bugajska

Przemysław Michalski

Pradeep Sharma

Ann Elgar

The King of Dunces and a Simple Child

A Brief Examination of Iserian Aesthetics In T. S. Eliot’s Love Song of J. Afred Prufrock

Individual Freedom: Perspectives on Selected Contemporary British and American Poets

Reading Diverse Cultures in Contact in Contemporary English Literature

Pertti Hietaranta Making a Virtue out of Necessity: Applying Categorisation in Translation

Anna Miegoń Literary History, the Ladies’ Diary, and the Enigma Poem

Chair: Krystyna StamirowskaSokołowska

Perverzion by Yuri Andrukhovych: A Cultural Study

Caterina Novak Alla Marchyshyna Reading the Victorian Nightmare: A Gender Identity of Contrastive Cognitive Approach Images: A Study of Ann Oakley’s Short Story ‘Byron’s Mistake’

Closing of the Conference

Joanna Dybiec

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WEDNESDAY, 23 APRIL 2008

VENUE: Collegium Novum ul. Gołębia 24 Collegium Medicum ul. Św. Anny 12 Collegium Maius ul. Jagiellońska 15 “Languages, Literatures and Cultures in C...

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