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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelImagining Europe
BeschreibungRegistration is now open for
Imagining Europe: Cultural Models of European Identity, 1814-2014
University of Bristol, 15th July 2015

Supported by the Bristol institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts

To register, please visit:
http://shop.bris.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=44&prodid=117

The programme is as follows:

9-9.30 Registration

9.30-9.45 Introduction

9.45-11.15
Panel 1: Writing Europe in Modern and Contemporary Fiction
Chair: Claire Thomas (Bristol)
Helena Tomko (Villanova), ‘Europe Imagined in the German Catholic Inner Exile (1933-45)’
Claire Lozier (Leeds), ‘Imagining Europe in the Work of Georges Bataille: From Fiction to Reality’.
Francesco Chianese (Napoli L'Orientale and Bristol) ‘“Pale People”: Jonathan Coe’s Picture of European Identity in The Rotters’ Club and The Closed Circle’

11.15-11.30: Coffee

11.30-12.30:
Panel 2: Reinventing Europe: Dreams of Things to Come
Chair: Martin Hurcombe (Bristol)
Jannekke Wiejermars (Groningen), ‘The Conference of Vienna and the Battle of Waterloo in Dutch, Luxembourgian and Belgian Literature, 1815-1915’
Kostas Moranitis (Leeds Trinity), ‘Utopian and Dystopian Imaginations of Europe: The Case of the Greek Far Right’

12.30-13.30: Lunch

13.30-15.00: Panel 3: Revisiting Europe through Cultural Legacy
Chair: Steffan Davies (Bristol)
Azelina Flint (UEA), ‘Rereading Dante’s Portrayal of a United Europe: The Expatriate Vision of the Rossetti Family’
Claire Bitoun (Oxford), ‘The Artistic References in Théophile Gautier’s Works: The Establishment of a Common European Cultural Base’
Sigrid Jacobs (Ghent), ‘Nietzsche’s European man as a Renaissance Man: A Conceptual and Rhetorical Analysis of the Renaissance as Nietzsche’s Paradigm for a Future Europe’

15:00-15.20: Tea and coffee

15.20-16:50: Panel 4: Transnational Cultural Constructions of Europe
Chair: Susan Harrow (Bristol)
Juliet Simpson (Coventry and Wolfson College, oxford), ‘Art, Nation-hood and the “Primitif” Ideal: ‘L’Europe avant l’Europe’
Matthew Riley (Birmingham), ‘Transnational Art Music in Central Europe 1871–1945’
Veronika Hannesschläger (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for the History and Theory of Biography and Austrian National Library), ‘ “l’amour / die tür / the chair / der bauch” – Concrete Poetry as a European Project’

17.00-18:30 Panel 5: Visualising and Performing European identity
Chair: Bradley Stephens (Bristol)
Andrew McGregor (Melbourne), ‘The United Non-Places of Europe: Imagining European Identity and European Identity as Imagining in the French-Language films of the Creative Europe/MEDIA Programme IV’
Lizzie Stewart (Edinburgh), ‘Performing European Integration: Perikızı and the Ruhr Area’s Year as European Capital of Culture (2010)’
Elisabeth Tropper (Luxemburg), ‘Performing the European Body’

19:00 Conference Dinner

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortBristol
Beginn15.07.2015
Ende15.07.2015
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Dr Martin Hurcombe, School of Modern Languages, University of Bristol 
Strasse/Postfach: 19 Woodland Rd 
Postleitzahl: BS8 1TE 
Stadt: Bristol 
Telefon: +44 117 3318011 
E-Mail: m.j.hurcombe@bristol.ac.uk 
Internetadresse: www.bristol.ac.uk/sml 
LandGroßbritannien
Ediert von  H-Germanistik
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