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ADDITIONAL PAPERS
The following papers do not appear in the programme but will be delivered:

  • S16 “The Discursive Representation of Globalised Organised Crime: Crossing Borders of Languages and Cultures” (Thursday 8.30-10.30) Giuseppe Balirano, “De-queering Proxemics. A semiotic reading of the representation of masculinity in Neapolitan organised crime fiction”

  • S44 Thursday Evening Session (17.00-19.00) 17. 30-18.00: Zekiye Antakyalioglu, Gaziantep University, Turkey “T. S.  Eliot as the Reconciler of the Past, Present and Future”

  • S84: Cultural Politics in Harry Potter (Friday morning) Chellyce Birch, University of Western Australia. “The Chosen One(s): The re-imagination of English ethnic election in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series”

 

WITHDRAWALS

The organisers were informed about the withdrawals below after the timetable went to print:

  • S30 “‘AND WHEN THE TALE IS TOLD’: LOSS IN NARRATIVE BRITISH AND IRISH FICTION FROM 1760 TO 1960” Tuesday 8.30: Armela Panajoti , “Losing my religion”: E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India

  • S47 “The paradoxical quest of the wounded hero in contemporary narrative fiction”. Tuesday morning. Vicent Cucarella “(Il)legal Heroes: Noncitizens, Failed Refugees and the Globalization of Statelessness in Lawrence Hill’s The Illegal”

  • S50 “GLOBALISATION AND VIOLENCE (Thursday morning) Gerard O’Donoghue, “The Place of the Skull: Reading Globalized Violence and Uneven Development in McDonagh’s Calvary.”

  • S35 “READING DICKENS DIFFERENTLY” (Tuesday morning) Neil Davie, “Decent restraint spurned”: Dickens, Penal Policy and Conflict at Cold Bath Fields Prison,1846-1850”

  • S77: “WOMEN ON THE MOVE: DIASPORIC BODIES, DIASPORIC MEMORIES. CONSTRUCTING FEMININITY IN THE TRANSITIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL ERA INCONTEMPORARY NARRATIVES IN ENGLISH” Thursday morning Simone Aguiar, “Cooped in Patriarchy: Diaspora and the Self in Loida M.P.rez’s Geographies of Home”

  • S1. “PRAGMATIC STRATEGIES IN NON-NATIVE ENGLISHES" Wednesday 14.00-16.00 Christopher Lees, “Greek secondary school pupils’ use of English in their comments on Facebook: An example of digital polylingualism”

 

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Session for PhD Students




Posters

Posters will be devoted to research-in-progress and project presentations. The aim is to provide additional opportunities for feedback and personal contacts. Further details will appear in a future issue of the Messenger and the deadline for posters will be the 28 February 2016.

 


Sub-Plenary Lectures

 


Plenary Lectures