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 Conference Announcement: "Beyond Narrative" (October 10-12, 2019) 

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Submitted by Dr. Stefan Schubert on Tue, 08/06/2019 - 09:06

Conference at American Studies Leipzig
10-12 October, 2019
Beethovenstr. 6, 04107 Leipzig (University Library Lecture Hall)

This conference aims to map the borderlands of narrativity. It asks how the narrative and the non-narrative—tied to symbolic forms such as database, play, spectacle, network, or the lyric—work together in instances of cultural expression.

The conference is free and open to the public. Students and other guests are welcome to attend the conference (including only individual sessions).

More information is also available via the conference website as well as via the corresponding facebook event.

 

PROGRAM

Thursday, October 10

  • 5pm: Opening and Welcome
  • 5.30-7pm: Keynote Lecture I
    • Jared Gardner (Ohio State)
    • Title: "Play/Time: The Long History of Comics and Games (& What It Can Teach us About the Future of Both)"
    • Response by Katja Kanzler (Leipzig)
    • Chair: Gesine Wegner (Dresden)
  • 7.30pm: Dinner

 

Friday, October 11

  • 9.30-11am: Panel I: Media / Graphic Novels
    • Lukas R.A. Wilde (Tübingen): “Characters without Stories – On the Pre-Narrative State of Fictional Characters”
    • Charlotte Pylyser (Leuven): “Narrative on Edge in the Belgian Graphic Novel”
    • Chair: Katharina Gerund (Erlangen-Nürnberg)
  • 11-11.30am: Coffee Break
  • 11.30am-1pm: Keynote Lecture II
    • Caroline Levine (Cornell, remotely via Zoom)
    • Title: “Endings and Sustainability”
    • Response by James Dorson (Berlin)
    • Chair: Stefan Schubert (Leipzig)
  • 1-2.30pm: Lunch
  • 2.30-4.30pm: Panel II: Literature
    • Fiorenzo Iuliano (Cagliari): “The Portrait of a Fugue: Henry James’s Baroque Consonances”
    • Laureano Corces (Fairleigh Dickinson): “Expressionist Rambling and Baroque Spectacle in Selected Latin American Texts”
    • Sarah Link (Freiburg): “Narrative and Scientific Logic in Detective Fiction”
    • Chair: Regina Schober (Mannheim)
  • 4.30-5.30pm: Poster Presentations on “Narrative Liminality” / Coffee Break
  • 5.30-7pm: Keynote Lecture III
    • Maurice S. Lee (Boston)
    • Title: “Stirring Enumerations”
    • Response by Sebastian M. Herrmann (Leipzig)
    • Chair: Stefan Schubert (Leipzig)
  • 7.30pm: Dinner

 

Saturday, October 12

  • 9.30-11am: Panel III: Lyricality
    • Samuel Caleb Wee (Vancouver): “Narrativity (versus) Poeticity? Rethinking the Threshold in Narrative Theory”
    • Otilia Teodorescu-Stadler (Konstanz): “Memory and Narrative Liminality in Marlene Nourbese Philip’s Zong!
    • Chair: Michaela Beck (Dresden)
  • 11-11.30am: Coffee Break
  • 11.30am-1pm: Panel IV: Play
    • Sören Schoppmeier (Berlin): “Residues on the Palimpsest: Red Dead Redemption’s Ambient Operations and the Narrative Liminalities of the Database Western”
    • Kübra Aksay (Freiburg): “Playing the Narrative in Return of the Obra Dinn
    • Chair: Sebastian Domsch (Greifswald)
  • 1pm: Farewell
  • 1-2pm: Optional Lunch
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