2017/11/30-2017/12/2, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: Oceanic Memories: Islands, Ecologies, Peoples
Panel “Island Poetics and Oceanic War Memories”
2016/07/25 Vienna (A): 21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association. Section “Island Fictions and Metaphors” (Dautel / Schödel)
Panel “Re/conceiving Islands: Media, Perception, and Spatial Practice”
2015/01/22-25 University of Essex and Birkbeck, University of London: Island Poetics Symposium
Ian Kinane: “The Empire Shites Back: Scatology, Somatic Geographies, and the Gothic Island”.
Britta Hartmann: “Treasure Island: The Evolving Island Character”
Daniel Graziadei: “Between the Edge of the World and the Archipelago of Seven-Seas: Constructing Trans-areal and Trans-temporal Island Heritage”
Johannes Riquet: “Vertical Sediments, Horizontal Movements: Approaching the Spatial Philosophy of Cold-Water Island Fictions”
Ian Kinane: “Mutinies on The Bounty: Colonial Re-Imaginings of Space and the Mythology of Captain Cook”.
Ian Kinane “Outwit, Outplay, Outlast: Neo-Colonial Practice and the Symbolic Appropriation of Space in the Survivor Series”
Ian Kinane: “Travel and Travail: The Scatological Route to Paradise”.
Ian Kinane: “Western Cultural Memory and Re-mediation in the Pacific”.
Ian Kinane: “Reading Desert Islands: Fictions and Functions”.
Johannes Riquet “Flooded by History: Accumulating the Past on the Shores of the Island”.
Ian Kinane: “Theatre of War: Survivor: Palau as a Pacific Lieu-de-Memoire”.
Ian Kinane: “Islands in the Stream: Re-mediating Western Cultural Memory in the Pacific South Seas”.
[still to be put into order]
Johannes Riquet (/Daniel Graziadei): “Writing Islands in the Anthropocene: Literature, Cultural Geography, and the De(con)struction of Islands”
Daniel Graziadei: “‘Come see my land‘: Watching the tropical island paradise die in poetry”
Johannes Riquet: “Islands as (Floating) Images: Theorising Island Poetics”
Daniel Graziadei / Britta Hartmann / Johannes Riquet: “The Politics of Islands in the Literary Imagination”
Britta Hartmann: “Pursuing an Island Fiction: The Poetics Surrounding Robinson Crusoe”
Johannes Riquet: “Caught Between Water and Land: The Politics and Poetics of Angel Island”
Daniel Graziadei: “Nissopoiesis: the creation of islands through words”
European Network for Comparative Literary Studies (Madeira, 2013)
Cartographies of the European Past: Nation, Region, Transnation (Mainz, 2012)
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