Programme | Programa

May 7 – Monday | 7 de Maio – Segunda-feira

Room B2 | Sala B2

9h00 – Registration | Inscrição

9h30 – Opening Session | Sessão de Abertura
Diana Marques (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)

Miguel Tamen (Director da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa)
Cristina Pimentel (Directora da Área de LAC da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa)
Adelaide Meira Serras (Directora do Departamento de Estudos Anglísticos da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa)
Teresa Cid (Directora do CEAUL)
Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa (Directora do GI1 do CEAUL)

10h00Plenary Session | Sessão Plenária
Chair | Moderadora – Maria de Jesus C. Relvas (ULICES/CEAUL, UAberta, Portugal)

• Jesús López-Peláez Casellas (Universidad de Jaén, Spain)
“‘Ther’s Portugal, a good air’: Eleazar from Lust’s Dominion, Felipe de África and the Construction of the Early Modern Alien”

11h30
– Coffee-break | Pausa para café

12h00 – Thematic Panel 1 | Painel Temático 1
Chair | Moderadora – Susana Oliveira (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)

• Muhammed Salahudheen Valparambil (Osmania University, India)
“Renaissance literature: Interdependence between Europe and Arab world”

• Jorge Bastos da Silva (ULICES/CEAUL, UPorto, Portugal)
“The Canonization of the Utopian: Some Notes on the Front Matter of the Early Editions of Thomas More’s Work in Several Languages (1516-1637)”

14h00 – Lunch | Almoço

15h00 – Thematic Panel 2 | Painel Temático 2
Chair | Moderadora – Angélica Varandas (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

• Maria de Jesus C. Relvas (ULICES/CEAUL, UAberta, Portugal)
“Iconographic Manuscripts: Reading some Renaissance Portraits of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I”

• Susana Oliveira (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)
“‘Well then, I caution you to conduct yourself piously’: Networks of Exchange in Anglo-Portuguese 16th Century Diplomacy”

• Alcina Sousa (ULICES/CEAUL, UMadeira, Portugal)
“From the multimodal digital to the print text and backwards: Revisiting Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with Fielding’s diaries”

17h00 – Porto de Honra

 

May 8 – Tuesday | 8 de Maio – Terça-feira

Amph. III | Anf. III

10h00Plenary Session | Sessão Plenária
Chair | Moderadora – Ana Rita Martins (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

• Raluca Radulescu (Bangor University, UK) 
“Writing History, Writing Romance in Late Medieval England: Navigating Texts with Extensive (Digital) Manuscript Traditions”

11h30 – Thematic Panel 3 | Painel Temático 3
Chair | Moderadora – Diana Marques (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)

• Miguel Alarcão (CETAPS, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal)
“Text and image, sound and (e-)motion: re-viewing the Bayeux Tapestry in the digital era”

• Miguel Andrade (FLUL, ULisboa, Portugal)
“A Pantera e o Dragão: Dois Sopros em Batalha no Physiologus Anglo-Saxónico”

12h30 – Lunch | Almoço

Room B2 | Sala B2

14h30 – Discussion Panel | Painel de Discussão
Chair | Moderadora – Angélica Varandas (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

“Um Retorno à Idade Média – Perspectivas sobre os Estudos Medievais na Universidade de Lisboa | A Return to the Middle Ages – Perspectives on Medieval Studies in the University of Lisbon”
Hermenegildo Fernandes (CHUL, ULisboa, Portugal), Maria Leonor Xavier (CFUL, ULisboa, Portugal) e Cristina Sobral (ICLP, ULisboa, Portugal).

20h00 – Conference dinner | Jantar da Conferência

 

May 9 – Wednesday | 9 de Maio – Quarta-feira

Room B2 | Sala B2

9h30 – Thematic Panel 4 | Painel Temático 4
Chair | Moderadora – Ana Daniela Coelho (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

• Kristin Girten (University of Nebraska, USA)
“Libertine Enlightenment: Aphra Behn, Lucretius, and the Dispossessive Modern Subject”

• Márcia Marques (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)
“Not a Meaner Sort: Some Chapbook Adaptations of Defoe’s Moll Flanders

• Marília Gil (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)
“Marchioness of Alorna: (in)visibilities in two of Richard Garnett’s editions”

11h00 – Coffee-break | Pausa para café

11h30Plenary Session | Sessão Plenária
Chair | Moderadora – Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

• Jason Whittaker (University of Lincoln, UK)
“Blake and Big Data”

13h00 – Lunch | Almoço

14h30 – Thematic Panel 5 | Painel Temático 5
Chair | Moderadora – Maria José Pires (ULICES/CEAUL, ESHTE, Portugal)

• Mariana Cunha (FLUL, ULisboa, Portugal)
“A Testament of Strength – Mary Prince’s Slave Narrative and the Digital World”

• Inna S. Makarova (St. Petersburg State Institute University, Russia)
“The Image of Ship in Romantic Poetry: Reinterpreting Coleridge’s ‘Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ and Shelleу’s ‘Vision of the Sea’ “

• Alcinda P. Sousa, Daniela Coelho e Maria José Pires (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)
“Receiving | Perceiving Jane Austen”


16h30 – Coffee-break |Pausa para café

Room 2.13 | Sala 2.13

17h00 – Discussion Panel | Painel de Discussão
Chairs | Moderadoras – Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa and/e Ana Daniela Coelho (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

“The long 18th century: where tradition meets modernity | O longo séc. XVIII: onde a tradição encontra a modernidade”
Adelaide Meira Serras (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal), João Ascenso Pereira da Silva (CETAPS, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal), Jorge Bastos da Silva (ULICES/CEAUL, UPorto, Portugal)

Question 1 | Pergunta 1

Eighteenth-century attitude towards life in general, both from an individual and collective perspective, was ingrained with hope. Kant encapsulated this very same idea in his well-known motto: “Sapere aude”. If men – and perhaps women – dared to know, they would be able to decide better how to build their own lives and to mold society in a more prosperous and fairer way. The belief on man’s rational ability vindicated by Descartes, and emphasised by other rationalists ensured that possibility. The Nuova Scienza, as Vico named it, and the recent technologies proved it to be true; experimentalists contributed to the discovery and understanding of the natural world; and the philosophes helped to disseminate this solid Modernity, an enlightening era, if not yet enlightened.

Nowadays, the belief in humankind’s rational and sensorial abilities has become an acquired factor and science and technology do not cease to amaze us with new discoveries and gadgets aiming to offer us a longer, more stable and comfortable life. However, most men and women seem to have lost their enthusiasm. They question their pursuit of happiness, in either a material or transcendental path. Relativism undermined established values, and doubt and uncertainty gain momentum.

Why does Modernity’s faith in progress seem to have melted away? Why does our current liquid modernity – to use Zygmunt Bauman’s well-known expression – reflects instead, more often than not, a dystopic assessment of society?

Question 2 | Pergunta 2

“After all that as been said, and in spite of all the highs and lows, of alternating periods of censorship and freedom of speech, of the rule of anonimity imposed to the periodists for social, political and moral reasons, the big question is:
How far can the study of British Media be actually relevant for a deeper and thorough understanding of the essence and nature of the Age of Enlightenment in Britain, both in cultural and literary terms?”

Question 3 | Pergunta 3

How modern is 18th century social and cultural criticism?

May 10 – Thursday | 10 de Maio – Quinta-feira

Room B2 | Sala B2

9h30 – Thematic Panel 6 | Painel Temático 6
Chair | Moderadora – Alda Correia (ULICES/CEAUL, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal)

• Beatriz Valverde (Universidad Loyola Andalucia, Spain)
“Foreign Spaces in Graham Greene’s Literary Work: Revisiting ‘Greeneland’ “

• Edward Belleville (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
“‘That is a old, old one’: Anecdotal retelling and collective focalizations in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners”

• Nicholas Monk (University of Warwick, UK)
“Active Audiences Leslie Silko, Phenomenology, and the Co-creation of Knowledge”

11h00 – Coffee-break | Pausa para café

11h30Plenary Session | Sessão Plenária
Chair | Moderadora – Luísa Flora (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

• Catherine Bernard (Université Paris Diderot, France)

“Re-imagining Art’s Body Politic after/with Modernism”

13h00 – Lunch | Almoço

14h30 – Thematic Panel 7 | Painel Temático 7
Chair | Moderadora – Maria José Pires (ULICES/CEAUL, ESHTE, Portugal)

• Nuno Ribeiro (IELT, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal)
“‘The other I am’: Poéticas da alteridade em Emerson, Whitman e Fernando Pessoa”

• Gabriela Debita (University of Galati, Dunarea de Jos, Romania)
“Transformative Voyages – The Chronotope of the Ship in Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea 
Series”

• Alexandra Cheira (ULICES/CEAUL, Portugal)
“Postmodern Wonder Tales: A. S. Byatt’s ‘New Fairies’ “

• Helena Bollinger (FLUL, ULisboa, Portugal)
“‘Life comes as spring comes, from all sides’: Barnes’s self beyond time and 
representation”

16h30 – Coffee-break |Pausa para café

17h00 – Thematic Panel 8| Painel Temático 8
Chair | Moderadora – Alexandra Cheira (ULICES/CEAUL, Lisboa)

• Teresa Pereira (CETAPS, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal)
“Ludic Remediations of Late Victorian Literature: Clockwork Tales: of Glass and Ink, by 
Artifex Mundi”

• João Esteves da Silva (FLUL, ULisboa, Portugal)
“Um assobio sob a forma de neve?”

• Anderson Araújo (University of British Columbia, Canada)
“Between Cultural Politics and Art: Unpacking Ezra Pound and the Transnational Kulchur of Radical Modernism”

18h00 – Closing session | Sessão de encerramento

 

May 11 – Friday | 11 de Maio – Sexta-feira

Room B2 | Sala B2

10h00Exploratory Discussions | Discussões Exploratórias
Digital Humanitites: What about? | E as Humanidades digitais, o quê?
Chairs | Moderadores: Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa and/e Pedro Estácio (ULICES/CEAUL, ULisboa, Portugal)

•Manuel Portela (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)

• Paulo Leitão (Biblioteca de Arte de Arquivos Gulbenkian, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, IHC, FCSH-UNova Lisboa, Portugal)
•Rita Marquilhas (Centro de Linguística, ULisboa, Portugal)

 

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