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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelOur Mythical Chidhood ... Classics & Children's Literature between East & West
BeschreibungOur Mythical Chidhood ... Classics & Children's Literature between East & West


May 23, 2013 (Thursday)

The Ballroom of the University of Warsaw
Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace

10.00-13.30 Registration at the Hotel Harenda (from 13.00 registration possible also at the Ballroom of the University of Warsaw)

13.30 The Guests meet in the lobby of the Hotel Harenda and walk to the Ballroom

14.00 Official Welcome

14.30 Opening Lecture in Latin: Wilfried Stroh (Institute for Classical Philology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), De fabellis puerilibus Latinis

15.00-15.15 Coffee break

Panel I
In Search of Our Roots
Classical References as a Shaper of Young Readers’ Identity

15.15-16.45
Moderator Mark O’Connor (College of Arts and Sciences, Boston College, US)

Barbara Milewska-Waźbińska (Institute for Classical Studies,University of Warsaw), Childhood Rhetorical Exercises of the Victor of Vienna

Katarzyna Jerzak (Comparative Literature Department, University of Georgia, US), The Aftermath of Myth: Hermes in J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens” and in Astrid Lindgren’s “Karlson on the Roof”

Jerzy Axer (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), A Latin Lesson for Bad Boys, or Kipling’s Tale of the Enchanted Bird

16.45-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-18.30
Moderator Elżbieta Olechowska (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw)

Michał Mizera (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Tadeusz Zieliński’s “Irezyona. Attic Legends”: Between Academic and Literary Mythology

Jörg Schulte (Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University College, London) & Agata Grzybowska (College of Interdepartmental Individual Studies in the Humanities, University of Warsaw), Saul Tchernichowsky’s Mythical Childhood

Valentina Garulli (Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna), Laura Orvieto and the Classical Heritage in Italy before WW2

19.00 Modulamina puerilia – a recital performed by Jan Czarnecki and the instrumental ensemble: Michalina Jaxa-Larecka (transverse flute I, conductor), Aleksandra Łaska (transverse flute II) and Michał Własnowolski (harpsichord).


20.00 Dinner for Invited Speakers



May 24, 2013 (Friday)

Golden & Senate Halls of the University of Warsaw
Kazimierzowski Palace

Panel II
The Aesop Complex
The Transformation of Fables in Response to Regional Challenges


9.00-10.30
Moderator Sheila Murnaghan (Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, US)

Szymon Wróbel (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Oedipal Conflicts and Their Fabulous Solutions

Peter Simatei (Department of Literature, Theatre & Film Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya), African and Oriental Oral Traditions in East African Children’s Literature

Beata Kubiak Ho-Chi (Department of Japanese and Korean Studies, University of Warsaw), Isoppu monogatari, or Aesop’s Fables in Japanese Literature for Children

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-12.30
Moderator Christine Walde (Institute for Classical Philology, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz)

Edith Hall (Department of Classics, King’s College, London), Aesop’s Fables as Modern Children’s Stories (via Skype)

David Movrin (Department of Classical Philology, University of Ljubljana), Aemulating Aesopus: Slovenian Fables and Fablers Between Tradition and Innovation

Adam Łukaszewicz (Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw), Vitalis the Fox. Remarks on an Early Reading Experience of a Future Historian of Antiquity in Poland (1950s–1960s)

13.00 Lunch for Invited Speakers



Panel III
Children Dealing with Change
The Reception of Classics in Ideological Contexts


14.00-15.30
Moderator Peter Simatei (Department of Literature, Theatre & Film Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya)

Deborah H. Roberts (Department of Classics, Haverford College, US) in collaboration with Sheila Murnaghan (Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, US), War, Empire, and the Frontier in American Fictions of Ancient Rome

Elena Ermolaeva (Department of Classical Philology, Saint-Petersburg State University), Classical Antiquity in Children’s Literature in the Soviet Union

György Karsai (Department of Classical Philology, University of Pécs; Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest), Children’s Literature in Hungary after WW2: Ideological Struggle in the Kindergarten

15.30-15.45 Coffee break

15.45-17.15
Moderator Elizabeth Hale (School of Arts, University of New England, New South Wales)

Cristian-Nicolae Gaspar (Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest), Politics, Euhemerism, and Adolescent Literature in Socialist Romania: Horia Stancu’s “Asclepius”

Robert A. Sucharski (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Jadwiga Żylińska’s Fabulous Antiquity

Przemysław Kordos (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Modern Greek Children Meet Their Ancient Legacy

19.00 An Evening at the Theatre for Invited Speakers


May 25, 2013 (Saturday)

Conference Room of the Faculty of “Artes Liberales”
the White Villa, ul. Dobra 72

Panel IV
Daring the Darkness
Classical Antiquity as a Filter for Critical Experiences

9.00-10.30
Moderator Deborah H. Roberts (Department of Classics, Haverford College, US)

Elizabeth Hale (School of Arts, University of New England, New South Wales), Katabasis Down Under in the Young Adult Fantasies of Margaret Mahy and Maurice Gee

Owen Hodkinson (Department of Classics, University of Leeds), ‘His Greek Materials’: Philip Pullman’s Use of Classical Mythology

Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (German Department, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen), Orpheus and Eurydice. Reception of the Myth in Children’s Literature in German, French and English

10.30-11.00 Coffeebreak


Panel V
New Hope
Classical References in the Mission of Preparing Children
to Strive for a Better Future

11.00-12.30
Moderator György Karsai (Department of Classical Philology, University of Pécs; Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest)

Sheila Murnaghan (Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, US)in collaboration with Deborah H. Roberts (Department of Classics, Haverford College, US), Childhood, Mythology, and the Promise of Peace

Joanna Kłos (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Telemachus Wearing Jeans: Adam Bahdaj’s Reception of the Myth about Odysseus’ Son

Hanna Paulouska (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), “An Attempt on Theseus” by Kir Bulychev. A New Generation of Russian Kids and Their New Antiquity

13.00 Lunch for Invited Speakers


Panel VI
Rediscovering the Magic of Words
From the 21st c. Onwards

14.15-15.45
Moderator Farouk Grewing (Institute for Classical Philology, Mediaeval and Neolatin Studies, University of Vienna)

Helen Lovatt (Department of Classics, University of Nottingham), East, West and Finding Yourself in Caroline Lawrence’s “Roman Mysteries”

Christine Walde (Institute for Classical Philology,Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz), Uses of Antiquity in Harry Potter or the Birth of a Modern Classic

Elżbieta Olechowska (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), J.K. Rowling Exposes Generations of Children Worldwide to Classical Antiquity

15.45-16.00 Coffee break

16.00-17.00
Moderator Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (German Department, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen)

Ewa Rudnicka (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Reception of Classical Antiquity in Lexicography for Children and Adolescents

Katarzyna Marciniak (Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” University of Warsaw), Create Your Own Mythology: Children for Children in Mythological Fan Fiction


17.30-18.30 Tadeusz Zieliński in German, Polish, and Russian – a Trilingual Editorial Project Completed and Essays by Professors Jerzy Axer, Michael von Albrecht, and Alexander Gavrilov. Presentation and discussion of the publications.

18.30-20.00 A tour of Warsaw

20.00 Dinner for Invited Speakers


May 26, 2013 (Sunday)

Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw
Czapski Palace

11.00-13.00 Exhibition of Paintings inspired by Classical Antiquity, authored by young artists from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, from Prof. Zygmunt Januszewski’s Workshop, Czapski Palace (at 10.45 we meet in the lobby of the Hotel Harenda and we take a 5-minute walk to the Academy)


13.30 Lunch for Invited Speakers


University of Warsaw Library
Conference Room No. 316

15.00-17.30 Discussion Panel on the role of books for children and youth inspired by classical tradition, with participation of authors, illustrators, children, parents, teachers, media representatives, etc. During the discussion panel there will be a presentation of the publication: Polish Literature for Children & Young Adults Inspired by Classical Antiquity. A Catalogue, compiled at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” in the frame of an experimental students’ seminar, associated to the Project.

17.30-18.00 Coffee break

18.00-19.00 Poster Presentations by graduate and post-graduate students

20.00 Dinner for Invited Speakers


We look very much forward to our meeting in Warsaw!


CONTACT
Faculty of “Artes Liberales”
ul. Nowy Świat 69
00-046 Warsaw
Poland

Tel. + 48 22 828 02 84
Fax + 48 22 828 02 85

Coordinators:
Katarzyna Marciniak
e-mail: kamar@ibi.uw.edu.pl

Elżbieta Olechowska
e-mail: elzbieta.olechowska@gmail.com

Research Secretaries for the Project:
Joanna Kłos
e-mail: joanna.klos@student.uw.edu.pl

Michał Kucharski
e-mail: kucharski.michal@ibi.uw.edu.pl

Project’s Website: http://www.kamar.domeczek.pl/OMC%20www/Our%20Mythical%20Childhood.html

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://www.kamar.domeczek.pl/OMC%20www/Our%20Mythical%20Childhood.html
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VeranstaltungsortWarschau
Beginn23.05.2013
Ende26.05.2013
PersonName: Katarzyna Marciniak  
Funktion: Konferenzorganisation 
E-Mail: kamar@ibi.uw.edu.pl 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Universität Warschau, Faculty of “Artes Liberales” 
Strasse/Postfach: ul. Nowy Świat 69  
Postleitzahl: 00-046 
Stadt: Warschau 
Telefon: + 48 22 828 02 84  
Fax: + 48 22 828 02 85  
E-Mail: kamar@ibi.uw.edu.pl 
LandPolen
BenutzerführungPolnisch
SchlüsselbegriffeLiteraturwissenschaft; Komparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur nach 1945
Zusätzliches SuchwortAntikerezeption
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.06.00 Literaturtheorie; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.08.00 Poetik; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.04.00 Weltliteratur; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.05.00 Antike und abendländische Literatur; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen > 05.09.07 Kinder- und Jugendliteratur; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.11.00 Stoffe. Motive. Themen
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