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Dipartimento di Lingue Letterature
e Culture Straniere
Realizzazione grafica: Centro Multimediale del Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Straniere
James Joyce: The Recirculation of Realism
Comitato scientifico
Enrico Terrinoni, John McCourt, Franca Ruggieri
Per informazioni
[email protected]
Realizzazione tecnica
Davide Bevilacqua, Claudio Mosticone, Marco Pagliai,
Roberto Parlavecchio
Segreteria amministrativa
Giuliano Passeri, Tiziana Pierdominici, Anna Siepracki,
Daniela Tosoni, Sabina Truini, Margherita Zei
[email protected]
The VII James Joyce Italian Foundation
Graduate Conference in Rome
5 - 6 - 7 F EBRUARY 2014
tel. +39 06 57338999
Sede del convegno
Sala Conferenze "Ignazio Ambrogio"
via del Valco di S. Paolo, 19
accesso anche da via Ostiense, 234
METRO B "MARCONI"
S ALA C ONFERENZE “I GNAZIO A MBROGIO ”
VIA DEL VALCO DI S AN PAOLO , 19
5 FEBRUARY
20.30 – VII JAMES JOYCE BIRTHDAY CONFERENCE WELCOME NIGHT
Venue: Fiddler’s Elbow, via dell’Olmata, 43
6 FEBRUARY
Venue: Sala Conferenze “Ignazio Ambrogio”
9.00 – REGISTRATION
10.00 – OFFICIAL WELCOME
Mario Panizza, Rector, Università Roma Tre
Giuseppe Grilli, Director, Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature
e Culture Straniere, Università Roma Tre
Franca Ruggieri, President, James Joyce Italian Foundation,
Università Roma Tre
10.30 PLENARY
Anne Fogarty, University College Dublin
The odour of ashpits and old weeds and offal: Reading
Affects in Dubliners
11.20 - PANEL 1
CHAIR: ANNE FOGARTY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN
Francesca Caraceni, University of Tuscia
“the reader, as he comes at them, shall decide”: Sterne’s
and Joyce’s Writerly Texts as Challenges to Realism
KatieRose Keenan, Cabrini College:
The Reality of Ireland: Examining Realism and Exile in the
Work of James Joyce, Maeve Brennan, and Edna O’Brien
Ilaria Aletto, Università Roma Tre:
Joyce and Soviet Realism: from censorship to rehabilitation
Victoria Lévêque, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III:
The Body on the Page: Joyce, Woolf and the Frustration of
the Real
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch (Foyer dell'Aula Magna)
14.00-15-40 PANEL 2
CHAIR: JOHN MCCOURT, UNIVERSITÀ ROMA TRE
Sophie Corser, Goldsmiths College, University of London
My Experiences in a Cabman’s Shelter: Kenner, Homer,
and the disappearance of the author in ‘Eumeus’
Silvia Annavini, Independent scholar
“I am here to read the signatures of all things”. Between Realism
and Idealism, Through Epiphanies to Phenomenology, from
Dubliners to Ulysses and Back
Geraldina Colombo, Catholic University of Milan
The (im)possibility of realism in Joyce’s Chamber Music
Neslihan Ekmekçioglu, Hacettepe University
The Reshaping Power of Memory and Imagination: Surrealistic
Images Within Consciousness as Seen in Joyce’s Ulysses
15.40-16.30 PLENARY
Fritz Senn, Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Craftsman Joyce
16.30-16.45 Coffee
16.45-18.00 PANEL 3
CHAIR: FRITZ SENN, ZURICH JAMES JOYCE FOUNDATION
Andrea Selleri, University of Warwick
The “Mirror Argument”: Notes on a Critical Trope from
Stendhal to Joyce
Sameera Siddiqe, Independent scholar
Stephen and the reading sense
Riley Dishner, Radford University
Consuming Culture: A Marxist Postcolonial Examination of
Eating Practices in Select stories from Dubliners
19.00-21.00 RECEPTION HOSTED BY HIS EXCELLENCY, BOBBY MCDONAGH,
IRISH AMBASSADOR TO ITALY
Venue: Villa Spada, Via Giacomo Medici, 1
7 FEBRUARY
Sala Conferenze “Ignazio Ambrogio”
9.00-10.20 PANEL 4
CHAIR: SONIA BUTTINELLI, Università Roma Tre
Annalisa Federici, University of Rome “La Sapienza” &
University of Tuscia
“Art Thou Real, My Ideal?”: Realism and Anti-Realism in
Ulysses
Martha Gilchrist, Radford University
Joyce Brothers, Mr. Duffy, “A Painful Case”: Synthesizing
Oppositions
Georgina Binnie, University of Leeds
Stereoscopic Unreality in Stephen Hero
10.20-11.10 PLENARY
Jolanta Wawrzycka, Radford University
“Dubliner di color che sanno”
11.10-11.40 Coffee
11.40- 13.00 Panel 5
CHAIR: IRA TORRESI, UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA
Ann Fallon, St Patrick’s College, Dublin City University
The Trumped UP Charge of Denis Breen
Giuliana Arena, University “G. d’Annunzio”, Pescara
James Joyce’s Fantasy World: Surrealism and Humour in The Cat
and the Devil (1964) & The Cats of Copenhagen (2012)
Benjamin Boysen, Syddansk Universitet, Odense
Joyce’s ‘mimic miening’: The Wake Language as the
Language of Love
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch (Foyer dell'Aula Magna)
14.00 – 14.30 Paolo Colomboand Orlando Mezzabotta
"From Stephen's Tower to Molly's Room": exhibition
and performance
14.30 – 16.10 Panel 6
CHAIR: ROSA MARIA BOSINELLI, UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA
Fabio Ciambella, University of Rome Tor Vergata,
University of Tuscia
“Moments of ecstasy”: Austen and Joyce’s realism in
Persuasion and “The Dead”
Luca Congia, Independent scholar
Diavoloh! Comes Tichiami Monsignore Ombrellone
innamorate – An Italian lexicon for Finnegans Wake
Elisabetta D’Erme, Independent Scholar
"Approaching reality": Joyce's use of newspapers
and periodicals
Fabio Luppi, Università Roma Tre
The traditional aesthetic of realism and “The Dead”:
Lukàcs and Auerbach
16.10 – 17.00 PLENARY
Rosa Maria Bosinelli, University of Bologna
How real is “real” in Joyce?
17.00 -18.00 JJIF MEETING
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