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Programme

General Outline: Programme

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Time VenueEvent

2.00-6.00pm

L1.202

CLARIN-D Workshop: New digital language resources and infrastructure for English (Language) Studies

from 7.00pm

Volksbank (city centre)

Conference Warming.The conference warming is sponsored by "Paderborn überzeugt". The reception is free of charge for participants who have registered. It includes food and drink and will take place at  VolksbankForum, Neuer Platz 1, 33098 Paderborn.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Time VenueEvent

9.00-10.15am

L2

Opening and award ceremony

10.15-11.00am

Foyer

Coffee break

11.00am-12.45pm

Seminar rooms

Sections (Introduction by section convenors and two papers)

12.45-1.30pm

Lunch break

1.30-2.30pm

L1.202

DFG Input meeting

2.30-3.30pm

L2

Plenary Prof. Paul Gilroy: History, Xenology and War: Structures of Feeling in Britain's Postcolonial Culture

3.30-4.00pm

Foyer

Coffee break

4.00-5.30pm

Seminar rooms

Sections (two papers)

5.45-6.45pm

L2

Plenary Courttia Newland: The New African Diaspora Aesthetic and the Black British Writer

7.30pm

Paderborn
city hall

Reception by the mayor at Paderborn city hall (Rathaus)

 Friday, 25 September 2015

Time VenueEvent

9.00-10.00am

L2

Plenary Prof. Dr. Thorsten Piske: Migrant Students as At-Risk Learners: Myth or Reality?

DFG-contact time by appointment (N5.128)

10.00-10.30am

Foyer

Coffee break

10.30am-1.30pm

L2

General meeting (alternative for non-members: guided city tour 11.30am-1pm)

1.30-3.00pm

Lunch break

1.30-2.00pm: De Gruyter presentation of Handbooks of English and American Studies in L1.202
 
2.30-3.00pm:
Book presentation by Narr Verlag in L2

3.00-4.45pm

Seminar
rooms

Sections (two papers and concluding remarks by section convenors)

DFG-contact time by appointment (N5.128)

from 7.00 pm

City centre

Conference Dinner at Trattoria Il Postino (Jühenplatz 1-3, 33098 Paderborn)

 Saturday, 26 September 2015

Excursion to Schloß Corvey with a visit of the library
9.30amdeparture from Paderborn to Schloß Corveymeeting point: Maspernplatz
11.00amguided tour incl. the library
12.30pmlunch buffet incl. dessert at the Schloßrestaurant
2.00pmdeparture from Schloß Corvey to Paderbornarrival: 3.00pm
Luggage and bags can be stored inside the coach for the duration of the trip. The coach will stop at Paderborn main station and Maspernplatz on our way back.

Our meeting point in the morning, Maspernplatz, is centrally located and within walking distance from the city centre. You can also take Padersprinter bus line 68 and alight at Maspernplatz.
Plenary Speakers

The plenary sessions take place in lecture hall L2.

Thursday, 24 September, 2.30-3.30pm

Prof. Paul Gilroy: History, Xenology and War: Structures of Feeling in Britain's Postcolonial Culture

Thursday, 24 September, 5.45-6.45pm

Courttia Newland: The New African Diaspora Aesthetic and the Black British Writer

Friday, 25 September, 9.00-10.00am

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Piske: Migrant Students as At-Risk Learners: Myth or Reality?

Workshops

CLARIN-D Workshop: New digital language resources and infrastructure for English (Language) Studies

 

The workshop takes place Wed, 23 September from 2.00-6.00pm in L1.202.

organised by Christan Mair (Freiburg) and Thorsten Trippel (Tübingen)

CLARIN-D (= “Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure – Deutschland”) is the German component of the European CLARIN digital infrastructure project (see de.clarin.eu/de/ for more information). Funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (2011-2016), the project’s mission is to create a web-based research infrastructure for the humanities and social sciences. Currently, digital language resources and infrastructures constitute a field that is characterized by increasingly rapid cycles of innovation, but also by a high degree of fragmentation, which makes it very difficult for individual scholars to keep track of developments relevant to their own research. In this situation, CLARIN-D aims to provide an integrated, scalable and interoperable infrastructure, which

 

-       can easily be accessed by researchers

-       can easily be adapted to their specific local needs, and

-       is stable and persistent.

The tools and resources provided by CLARIN-D include archives, corpora, dictionaries and tools for the analysis of language data. WebLicht, for example, is a linguistic chaining tool that allows for the creation, analysis and visualization of language data (

clarin-d.net/images/newsletter/factsheetWebLicht.pdf

and

weblicht.sfs.uni-tuebingen.de/WebLicht-4/

). Furthermore, CLARIN-D provides tools for the annotation, processing and analysis of spoken language data (e.g. EXMARaLDA and WebMAUS, see

www.exmaralda.org

 and

clarin.phonetik.uni-muenchen.de/BASWebServices/

).

The workshop is chiefly addressed to doctoral students and early-career researchers, but of course open to other interested participants. It will feature two short introductory presentations on the conceptual and technical side of CLARIN-D’s work, which will be followed by “hands-on” demonstration sessions, in which participants are encouraged to introduce issues arising from their own research.

DFG Workshop: Zur Förderung anglistischer Forschung durch die DFG

organised by Thomas Wiemer (DFG, Bonn)

The workshop takes place Thur, 24 September from 1.30-2.30pm in L1.202.

Ziel ist, die Forschungsförderung der DFG mit besonderem Fokus auf die Anglistik zu erläutern. Dabei geht es um Fragen wie die folgenden: Wie beantragt man Förderung  bei der DFG für Forschungsvorhaben der Anglistik? Welche inhaltlichen und strukturellen Trends zeichnen sich aus Sicht der DFG in der Forschung und Antragstellung im Bereich der Literaturwissenschaft und speziell der Anglistik ab? Welche Förderformate empfehlen sich für welche Arten von Projekten? Wodurch zeichnet sich ein guter DFG-Antrag aus? Woran scheitern Anträge typischerweise, welche Fehler kann man vermeiden? Wie werden Anträge bei der DFG begutachtet und entschieden? Welche Bemühungen unternimmt die DFG, um die Unabhängigkeit, Fairness und Qualität der Begutachtung und Entscheidung zu gewährleisten?

 

 

Friday: Contact time (by appointment - if you are interested, please contact the organisers)

Sections: Programme

Section I: Un/Making Homes in Anglophone Cultures (L1.202)

Organised by

  • Stella Butter (Gießen)
  • Dorothee Birke (Freiburg)
Thursday, 24 September
11.00-11.15amIntroduction
11.15am-12.00noonJanine Hauthal (Brüssel)Travelling with Ghosts - Diasporic Negotations of Europe as Imaginary Homeland in Contemporary Transcultural Narratives
12.00noon-12.45pmCaroline Lusin (Mannheim)'Home Matters': Home, Family and Community in the Contemporary Anglo-Jewish Novel
4.00-4.45pmChristian Mair (Freiburg)Digital yaads, Cyber-Naija, and Homeboys on the Web: Using Pidgins and Creoles to Create Place in Cyberspace
4.45-5.30pmSarah Heinz (Berlin)Unhomely Spaces and Improper Houses: Representations of Whiteness and Class on British Television

Section II: Reading Multiraciality in Anglophone Narratives (L2.202)

Organised by

  • Miriam Nandi (Freiburg)
  • Jan Alber (Aarhus)
Thursday, 24 September
11.00-11.15amIntroduction
11.15am-12.00noonChristoph Ehland (Paderborn)The Impossible Quest of the Middlebrow Hero: Racial Tension, Colonial Angst, and Cultural Curiosity
12.00noon-12.45pmChristine Vogt-William (Berlin)Split Me In Two: Gender, Mixed Race Relations and Dougla Identities in Indo-Caribbean Women's Fiction
4.00-4.45pmJulia Hoydis (Köln)All's Turning Black: Mixed-Race Identity Politics and (Post-)Apocalyptic Fantasy in Nalo Hopkinson's The Chaos
4.45-5.30pmFelicitas Meifert-Menhard (München)Black, White, Just Right! Narrating and Illustrating Multiracial Identity in Children's Literature
Friday, 25 September
3.00-3.45pmNicole Falkenhayner (Freiburg)"Global Mixed Race" after Identity: Following the Narratives of Kureishi and Smith at the Height of the Hybridity Paradigm and During the Backlash against Multiculturalism
3.45-4.30pmCorinna Lenhardt (Münster)"As bones dig mass racial graves" - The Gothic Excess of Multiraciality in Larissa Lai's Long Poem "Nascent Fashion"
4.30-4.45pmClosing remarks

Section III: Multiple Modernities/Multiple Modernisms (L2.201)

Organised by

  • Jens Elze (Göttingen)
  • Annika McPherson (Augsburg)
Thursday, 24 September
11.00-11.15amIntroduction
11.15am-12.00noonAnne Enderwitz (Berlin)The Fourth Dimension: Time and the Evolutionary Paradigm in Modern Fiction
12.00noon-12.45pmKai Wiegandt (Berlin)Nationalism, Jewishness and Modernity in Ulysses
4.00-4.45pmBetsy van Schlun (Bielefeld)Pooling Modernisms: Rediscovering the Activities of the Avant-garde Pool Group
4.45-5.30pmNicola Glaubitz (Darmstadt)The End of Temporality? The Literary History of Modernism after the Spatial Turn
Friday, 25 September
3.00-3.45pmKylie Crane (Mainz/Germersheim)Plastic Modernities
3.45-4.30pmJessica Bundschuh (Stuttgart)"Volcano Time": Temporal Plurality in Anne Carson's Autobiography of Red
4.30-4.45pmClosing remarks

Section IV: Brain Drain or Brain Gain? The Future of Cognitive Literary Studies (L3.204)

Organised by

  • Sibylle Baumbach (Mainz)
  • Ralf Haekel (Göttingen)
  • Felix Sprang (München)
Thursday, 24 September
11.00-11.15amIntroduction
11.15am-12.00noonMarcus Hartner and Ralf Schneider (Bielefeld)What Cognitive Narratology Can Do: From Cognitive to Cultural Studies and Back
12.00noon-12.45pmSven Strasen (Aachen)Culture, Context and Cognition in Literary Reception - Literature, Reception and Meaning Attribution in Cognitive Cultural Theory: Cultural Models as Interface
4.00-4.45pmPhilipp Erchinger (Düsseldorf)Reading Experience
4.45-5.30pmJürgen Meyer (Paderborn)Imagination as Object and Agent of 'Mind': Cognitive Studies and Eighteenth-Century Literary Criticism
Friday, 25 September
3.00-3.45pmAlexandra Berlina (Duisburg-Essen)Mind Refreshment: Ostranenie as a Cognitive Concept
3.45-4.30pmAnja Müller-Wood (Mainz)Could do better: Why Cognitive Literary Studies have failed to live up to their promises (and what may be done about it)
4.30-4.45pmClosing remarks

Section V: English in multilingual individuals, societies and schools (L1.201)

Organised by

  • Angela Hahn (München)
  • Tanja Angelovska (Salzburg)
Thursday, 24 September
11.00-11.15amIntroduction
11.15am-12.00noon
Markus Bieswanger (Bayreuth), Sarah Buschfeld (Regensburg), Alexander Kautzsch (Regensburg), Anne Schröder (Bielefeld) English in multilingual and multiethnic Namibia
12.00noon-12.45pm
Ursula Lanvers (The Open University)Monolingualism in a multilingual country: language learning policy and practices in the UK
4.00-4.45pm
Till Meister (Bielefeld)Language Attitude towards English in a Global Society
4.45-5.30pm
Nuria Hernández (Duisburg-Essen)Bilingual encounters online: Constructing a common linguistic code in German-English WhatsApp
Friday, 25 September
3.00-3.45pm
Anna Krulatz, Anne Dahl, Eivind Nessa Torgersen (Sör-Tröndelag University College)Forging a linguistically diverse future: implications for EFL teacher education programs in Norway
from 3.45pm
Closing remarks
Sections: Abstracts

To view the abstracts, please click on the respective section.

Section I: Un/Making Homes in Anglophone Cultures (L1.202)

Section II: Reading Mulitraciality in Anglophone Narratives (L2.202)

Section III: Multiple Modernities/Multiple Modernisms (L2.201)

Section IV: Brain Drain or Brain Gain? The Future of Cognitive Literary Studies (L3.204)

Section V: English in multilingual individuals, societies and schools (L1.201)

 

 

 

Excursion

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Excursion to Schloß Corvey with a visit of the library
9.30amdeparturemeeting point: Maspernplatz car park (in front of PaderHalle)
11.00amguided tour incl. the library
12.30pmlunch buffet incl. dessert at the Schloßrestaurant
2.00pmreturn to Paderbornarrival time: 3.00pm
Luggage and bags can be stored inside the coach for the duration of the trip. The coach will stop at Padeborn main station and Maspernplatz on our way back.

Our meeting point in the morning, Maspernplatz, is centrally located and within walking distance from the city centre. Alternatively, take Padersprinter bus line 68 and alight at Maspernplatz.
Venues and Meeting Points

The main events of the conference take place in the L building at Paderborn University. From the main station take Padersprinter bus line 4 to Dahl, line 9 to Kaukenberg or line 68 to Schöne Aussicht. Alight at Uni/Südring (lines 4/9) or Uni/Schöne Aussicht (line 68) and follow the signs to the L building.   

The venues for the social programme are located in the city centre of Paderborn. To reach all four destinations from campus, take Padersprinter bus lines 4 to HN Wendeschleife or 9 to Hauptbahnhof and alight at bus stop Rathausplatz.

One of our student assistants will see those who wish to the various locations outside the university. Meeting points and times are

reception by the mayor: Thur, 24 September, 7.00pm, registration desk (L1)

guided city tour: Friday, 25 September, 11.00am, registration desk (L1)

conference dinner: Friday, 25 September, 6.30pm, bus stop 'Uni Südring'

TimeEventVenue/Address
Wed, from 7.00pmConference WarmingVolksbankForum, Neuer Platz 1, 33098 Paderborn

The conference warming takes place in the VolksbankForum. Walk between Cafe and Bar Celona and the city hall and head towards Gaststätte Bobbarts. The entrance to the venue is in the Volksbankpassage on the left-hand side behind the restaurant.
Thur, from 7.30pmReception by the mayor of PaderbornPaderborn city hall 
Fri, 11.30am-1.00pmGuided city tour (in English)Paderborn city hall (by the fountain)
Fri, from 7.00pmConference DinnerTrattoria Il Postino, Jühenplatz 1-3, 33098 Paderborn

The restaurant is located opposite the city hall inside the Rathauspassage.
Publishers at the Conference

Brill | Rodopi

De Gruyter

Peter Lang Publishing Group

J.B. Metzler Verlag

Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + Co. KG

Wilhelm Fink GmbH & Co. Verlags-KG

transcript - Verlag für Kommunikation, Kultur und soziale Praxis

V+R Academic

Universitätsverlag WINTER GmbH Heidelberg

Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier Dr. Erwin Otto

Die Universität der Informationsgesellschaft