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Ergebnisanzeige "Opera, Exoticism and Visual Culture: The Fin de Siecle and its Legacy"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelOpera, Exoticism and Visual Culture: The Fin de Siecle and its Legacy
BeschreibungOpera, Exoticism and Visual Culture: The Fin de Siecle and its Legacy

An International Interdisciplinary Symposium
Thu 25 - Sat 27 September 2008


Venue: Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies and Institute of Musical Research
(School of Advanced Study, University of London)
Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5 DN

Organized by Dr Hyunseon Lee (IGRS), Prof Naomi Segal (IGRS), Prof Katharine Ellis (IMR)


For Registration see http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/events/conference/conf_opera_.htm


PROGRAMME

Thursday 25 Sep

9.30-10.15
register+ coffee

10.15-30
Words of Welcome (Naomi Segal, Katharine Ellis, Hyunseon Lee)

10.30-12.30
Prehistory

Chair: Naomi SEGAL (IGRS)

Herbert LACHMAYER (Da Ponte Institute/Vienna, Austria): Constructing desires - Opera as a medium of interculturality and “la vera scuola degli affeti”’

Anselm GERHARD (University of Bern, Switzerland): The search for authenticity? Exoticism, disguise, and the taste for nonsense in the music theatre of the late nineteenth-century (paper only)

Maria BIRBILI (Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany): Caught in Transition: Exoticism in Spontini’s Fernand Cortes


12.30-2
lunch (own arrangements)

2-3.30
Dancing Divas

Chair: Davinia CADDY (Oxford Brookes University)

Samuel N. DORF (Northwestern University, USA): Eroticizing Antiquity: Madame Mariquita, Regina Badet and the dance of the exotic Greeks from stage to popular press

Clair ROWDEN (Cardiff University, UK): Loie Fuller and Salome: the unveiling of a myth

3.30-4
tea

4-6
Opera & technical media in ‘East’ and ‘West’

Chair: Hyunseon LEE (IGRS)

K. Ludwig PFEIFFER (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany): Exoticism and new matter-of-factness: Krenek’s Jonny Strikes Up and the pitfalls of operatic realism

Yuji NAWATA (Chuo University/Tokyo, Japan): The Kawakami troupe in Europe 1900-02 in the context of media history

Jeong Taeg LIM and Jung A HUH (Institute of Media Art, Yonsei University/Seoul, Korea): The aesthetic modernity of the traditional Korean music drama "Pansori"

6-7
travel a Austrian Cultural Forum, 28 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PQ (no 10 bus or Piccadilly Line to Knightsbridge)

7-8
Keynote paper: opera on film

Chair: Katharine ELLIS (IMR)

Marcia CITRON (Rice University/Texas, USA): Affirmation and Resistance: operatic exoticism on film

8-9
Wine & canapes


Friday 26 Sep

Morning & lunch
own arrangements

12-12.30
register + coffee

12.30-2.30
British opera in the early 20c

Chair: Alexandra WILSON (Oxford Brookes University)

Christopher REDWOOD (University of Bristol, UK): Unchristian Opera: Frederick Delius’s Koanga

Guido HELDT (University of Bristol, UK): Beyond the Bawling? Gustav Holst’s S?vitri

Steven MARTIN (University of Bristol, UK): Cyril Scott, his years of indiscretion and The Alchemist

2.30-3.30
Keynote paper: Aida and orientalism

Chair: K. Ludwig PFEIFFER (Jacobs University Bremen)

Erika FISCHER-LICHTE: (FU Berlin, Germany): Scandalizing (missing) orientalism:The Aida productions by Hans Neuenfels (1981) and Peter Konwitschny (1994)

3.30-4
tea

4-6
Salome unveiled

Chair: Clair ROWDEN (Cardiff University)

Anne SIVUOJA-GUNARATNAM (Sibelius Academy, Finland): Staging herself: Aino Ackte’s Salome

Caryl CLARK: (University of Toronto, Canada): The Dirt on Salome

Hedda HØGASEN-HALLESBY (University of Oslo, Norway): Veiling the Exotic: Strauss’s Salome in Crossfire

6-8
John Coffin Trust Fund Guest Lecture (+ Q&A)

Chair: Naomi SEGAL (IGRS)

Jonathan MILLER (London): Subsequent Performances

8-8.30
Wine reception


Saturday 27 Sep

10.30-11
register + coffee

11-1
Reversing exoticism

Chair: Guido HELDT (University of Bristol)

Herve LACOMBE (Metz University, France): Ahmed Essyad's Le Collier des ruses, Avignon, 1977, or the reversal of exoticism

Hyunseon LEE (IGRS): How exotic is exoticism? Encountering visual Butterflies in opera and film

Serena GUARRACINO (University of Naples, Italy): Exoticism at home: Puccini’s legacy in Shigeaki Saegusa’s Junior Butterfly

1-2.30
lunch (own arrangements)

2.30-4
The shock of the new

Chair: Susan RUTHERFORD (Manchester University)

Naomi SEGAL (IGRS, University of London): The fatal attraction of Madam Butterfly

Roberto Ignacio DIAZ (University of Southern California, USA): Butterflies; or, The Opera House in the Jungle

4-4.30
tea

4.30-6.30
Exotic opera in the digital age

Chair: Katharine MITCHELL (Cambridge University)

Matthew Isaac COHEN (Royal Holloway, University of London): Javanese Opera? Colonial and postcolonial negotiations

Galina BAKHTIAROVA (Connecticut State University, USA): Spatial (dis)Placements Western DQ Don Quijote en Barcelona, an Opera in the Digital Age

Miho MORIOKA (Chuo University/Tokyo, Japan): Application of Japanese subculture and its discontents in Dorris Dorrie’s Turandot

7.30
Conference dinner


Grateful thanks go to

Coffin Trust Fund and Cassal Trust Fund/University of London, Austrian Cultural Forum London, French Embassy

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortLondon
Beginn25.09.2008
Ende27.09.2008
PersonName: Hyunseon Lee [Dr.] 
Funktion: Ansprechpartner 
E-Mail: Hyunseon.Lee@sas.ac.uk 
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeKomparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft)
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.08.00 Poetik > 03.08.04 Dichtung und Musik
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