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Forging Connections

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Yongzhen Xiong, Student, Postgraduate, Chongqing Three Gorges University, Chongqing, China
Moderator
Davide Pafumi, Student, PhD, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
The Scopes Program: Understanding the Role of the Visual Arts in Medical Education

Mason Seely, Student, Doctor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine, North Carolina, United States

The Therapist as a Collaborative Pianist: Preforming Music as A Way to New Knowledge in Psychology

Ephrat Havron, Lecturer, David Yellin Academic College of Education, Yerushalayim, Israel

Forms of Knowledge in Psychoanalytic Listening

Anna Aragno, Theoretician, Independent Researcher, New York, United States

Mental Gorging and the Spectacle: Digital Spaces and Psychological Habits

David Goodman, Associate Dean, Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Boston College, Massachusetts, United States
Matthew Clemente, Postdoctoral Fellow, Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Boston College, Massachusetts, United States

Instructional Relevance and Authentic Assessment in the Second Language Classroom

Marie-Anne Visoi, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Department of French, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Voices Across Time and Space

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Supriya Baijal, Student, PhD, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Uttar Pradesh, India
Moderator
Leonardo Cascao, Research Fellow, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Creole People and Culture After Three-Hundred Years: A Narrative Inquiry into a Culturally and Historically Sustaining Creole Studies Program

Mildred Barlow-Espree, Assistant Professor, English (Academic Writing) PT, Arts and Humanities, National University, California, United States

A Case of Moral Injury in Global Context: How a Remorseful Address to Migrant Communities Fails in Moral Repair

Kate Mehuron, Professor of Philosophy, History and Philosophy Department, Eastern Michigan University, Michigan, United States

Interdisciplinary Voices of the Ecoflourishing ‘Glocal’ Dialogue from Non-Western Cultural and Literary Perspectives

Graciela Boruszko, Modern Languages Program Director, Humanities, Fresno Pacific University, California, United States

Decolonial Narratives: Interpretations of Vietgone as a Reconstitution of the Vietnamese Being

Nkosilathi Moyo, Student, PhD in Comparative Literature, Louisiana State University (LSU), Louisiana, United States

Kevin Drif, Student, PhD in French Literature, University of California Berkeley, California, United States

Literary Links

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Taylor Breckles, Teaching and Research Assistant, English and Indigenous Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
Moderator
Iman Afify, Research Assistant, Cairo Papers for Social Scienes, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Uncovering the Nude: Josephine Baker as the Black Venus

Ajana Bradshaw, Student, Graduate, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia, United States

Pyrostories: New Historical Insights from Portuguese Literature

Ana Isabel Queiroz, Assistant Professor , Dep. Geography and Regional Planning, NOVA University Lisbon, School of Social Sciences and Humanities (NOVA FCSH), Portugal
Joana Abranches Portela, PhD student, CHAIA, University of Évora, Portugal
Frederico Ágoas, Auxiliary Researcher, Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences (CICS.NOVA), NOVA University Lisbon, School of Social Sciences and Humanities (NOVA FCSH), Portugal
Miguel Carmo, Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Contemporary History, NOVA University Lisbon, School of Social Sciences and Humanities (NOVA FCSH), Portugal
Joana Sousa, Researcher, Centre for Social Studies, Univ Coimbra, Portugal, Portugal

Literary Language Games: Acknowledging Narratives

Ejuerleigh Jones, Student, Phd Candidate, Duke University, United States

08:30-09:00

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Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Address: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:30

Conference Opening

Pr. Bernard Franco, Conference Chair, Sorbonne Université, France; Pr. Elisabeth Angel-Perez Vice President for Research, Sorbonne Université, France; Dr. Asun López-Varela, Research Network Chair, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain; Dr. Zsuzsanna Varga, Vice-President, The European Society of Comparative Literature; Dr. Phillip Kalantzis-Cope, Chief Social Scientist, Common Ground Research Networks, United States
09:30-10:30

Plenary Session (in English) - Beatrice Nickel, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

"Anthropological Landscapes in the Literature of the Age of Enlightenment"
Speaker
Beatrice Nickel, Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Moderator
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Amphi Guizot

Cultural Considerations

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Shuo Zhao, Researcher, School of International Studies, Communication University of China, Beijing, China
Moderator
Kevin Drif, Student, PhD in French Literature, University of California Berkeley, California, United States
Dominican Representation in Introductory Level Spanish Textbooks in the United States

Sheridan Wigginton, Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, Languages and Cultures, California Lutheran University, California, United States

Curating the Past: Understanding the Construction of History

Mariana Imaz, Postdoc Researcher, Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas, UNAM, Mexico

Using Dramaturgical Analysis to Examine President Donald Trump’s Claim That He Won the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

Stephen Sussman, Professor of Public Administration , Andreas School of Business and Public Administration, Barry University, Florida, United States
Carole Huberman, Associate Professor of Public Administration, Public Administration Department- Andreas School of Business and Public Administration, Barry University, Florida, United States
James Talerico, Assistant Professor, PACE, Barry University, Florida, United States

Geographies of Identities and of Social Relations in Dubliners by James Joyce

Ana Clara Birrento, Assistant Professor of English Literature, Linguistics and Literatures, University of Evora, Évora, Portugal
Maria Helena Saianda, Professor, University of Évora, Portugal , Portugal
Olga Gonçalves, Professor, University of Évora, Portugal , Portugal

Cosmopolitan Knowledge Production: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Humanistic Study

Cyrus Patell, Professor, Department of English, New York University, New York, United States

Innovation Showcases

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Supriya Baijal, Student, PhD, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Uttar Pradesh, India
Moderator
Davide Pafumi, Student, PhD, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Digital Storytelling as a Reclamation Project: A Wider Critical Canvas for Black History

Gretchen Rudham, Assistant Professor, School of Education and Urban Studies, Morgan State University, Maryland, United States
Kendrick Kenney, Department Chair , Communication Arts , Notre Dame of Maryland University , Maryland, United States

New Approaches to Engagement with Canonical Texts: Interlinking Fashion and Identity through Digital Exhibition in A. Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin (1823-1831)

Elizabeth La Fave, Student, PhD Student, East Carolina University, North Carolina, United States
Elena Murenina, Associate Professor (PhD)/Director of Russian Studies Program, Foreign Languages & Literatures Department, East Carolina University, North Carolina, United States

David Crellin, PhD(c)- Performance Studies, MFA- Digital Arts New Media. Performing Artist, Scholar and Educator, Department of Theatre and Dance, UH Manoa, Decolonize The Surf, Hawaii, United States

From Marxism to Postmodernism and Beyond: A Critique of Douglas Kellner’s Re-conceptualization of Cultural Studies

Manmohan Singh, Professor of English (Retired), Postgraduate Studies Department, Punjabi University Patiala , Punjab, India

Literature in Focus

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
David Crellin, PhD(c)- Performance Studies, MFA- Digital Arts New Media. Performing Artist, Scholar and Educator, Department of Theatre and Dance, UH Manoa, Decolonize The Surf, Hawaii, United States
Moderator
Taylor Breckles, Teaching and Research Assistant, English and Indigenous Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
Reading at the Present Time: Reflections Based on "Jogo de Cena"

Vitor Soster, Student, PhD, Instituto de Estudos da Linguagem da Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil

Female Ghosts in Machines: The Cursed Femininity, Supernatural Power, and Technology

Kuo Wei Lan, Assisstant Professor, Department of Film and TV, I-Shou University, Taiwan

History as a Predicament in Robert Coover's The Public Burning

Zaid Mahir, Assistant Professor, English, University of Central Missouri, Missouri, United States

The White Boy Gaze of Infatuation

Kim Hong Nguyen, Associate Professor, Communication Arts, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Gerald Voorhees, Associate Professor, Communication Arts, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

The Taming of the Shrew: Taming a Shrew or Silencing a Female Voice?

Oumeima Mouelhi, Assistant Professor in English Literature, Department of English, The University of Al Manar, Tunis, Tunisia

10:30-11:00
11:00-11:45

Talking Circle

2023 Special Focus—Literary Landscapes: Forms of Knowledge in the Humanities
Moderator
Juan Manuel García Fernández, Student, PhD in Spanish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States
Room F368
11:00-11:45

Talking Circle

Civic, Political, and Community Studies
Moderator
Stephen Christopher, Marie Curie Postdoc, Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies, University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark
Room F659
11:00-11:45

Talking Circle

Humanities Education
Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room F366
11:00-11:45

Talking Circle

Critical Cultural Studies
Moderator
Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Student, Doctor of Philosophy - Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Room F040
11:45-11:50
11:50-13:05

Cultural Shifts

Moderator
Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Amphi Quinet
Building a Pedagogical XR Campus Boosting Collective Creativity and Social Interactions

Jung Choi, Assistant Professor of Visual and Media Studies, Arts and Humanities, Duke Kunshan University, Jiangsu, China

11:50
Comprehending Economics as a Narrative Form: The Role of Historically-based Storytelling in the Epistemology of Economics

Michael H. Turk, Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics, History, and Political Science, Fitchburg State University, Massachusetts, United States

12:10
Forming Knowledge: An Aesthetic Approach to Data-driven Thinking

Maja Bak Herrie, Postdoc, Department of Art History, Aesthetics & Culture and Museology, Aarhus University, Denmark

12:30
11:50-13:05

Plenary Session (in Spanish) - Asun López-Varela, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

"Paisajes posthumanos: narrando lo no humano desde las humanidades"
Speaker
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Moderator
Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, France
Amphi Guizot
11:50-13:05

Cultural Blocks

Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room D664
The Influence of Micro Fiction of Robert A. Bloch and Fredric W. Brown on the Extra-short Stories in Japanese Literature

Liala Khronopulo, Associate Professor, Japanese Studies, Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation

11:50
The History of the Georgian Queen and European Literary Reflections

Tamar Paichadze, Professor, History of Modern and Medieval Literature and Literary Theory, Tbilisi State University of Ivane Javakhisvili, Tbilisi, Georgia
Nino Mindiashvili, Head of Doctoral Office, Professor, Doctoral Office, Caucasus International University, Georgia

12:10
11:50-13:05

Making Memories

Moderator
Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Room D665
Memory without Body: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the 1947 Partition Memory on Facebook

Kovida Mehra, Client Assistant, Public Relations, Milk and Honey, United Kingdom

11:50
Digital Text's Documentation: Approaching Text as Documentation within the Digital Humanities

Marc Kosciejew, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta, Malta

12:10
11:50-13:05

Diverse Perspectives

Moderator
Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Student, Doctor of Philosophy - Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Room F040
Indigenizing Cassandra: Resisting Colonizing Readings in Marie Clements’ Age of Iron

Aara Suksi, Associate Professor, Classics and School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities, Western University, Ontario, Canada

11:50
11:50-13:05

Exploring Complexities

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room F659
Teaching Dystopian Fiction in a Dystopia: Life Imitating Art, Imitating Life

Deborah Shaul, Upper School Educator, Humanities, La Jolla Country Day School, United States

11:50
"Poetical Science": The Iconography of Ada Lovelace in Fiction

Robin Hammerman, Teaching Associate Professor, College of Arts and Letters, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, United States
Anthony Pennino, Associate Professor of Literature, College of Arts and Letters, Stevens Instittute of Technology, New Jersey, United States

12:10
Gender, Knowledge, and Transformation in Medieval Gynecological Texts

Sarah Friedman, Student, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison , Wisconsin, United States

12:30
11:50-13:05

Guiding Concepts

Moderator
Savannah Willard, Student, Msc Comparative Literature, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, City of, United Kingdom
Room E655
Ambivalence as a Feminist Project

Ava Purkiss, Assistant Professor, Women's and Gender Studies and American Culture, University of Michigan, Michigan, United States
Emily Coccia, Student, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan, Michigan, United States
Catherine Sanok, Professor , English Language and Literature, University of Michigan, Michigan, United States

11:50
Towards a New Foundation for Rhetoric

Mark Weinstein, Professor, Educational Foundations, Montclair State University, United States

12:10
11:50-13:05

Community Exploration

Moderator
Malgorzata Fabrycy, Student, Ph.D. Student, Sorbonne University, France
Room F366
Transitioning Disability Advocacy within Community Settings through the Development of Virtual Reality

Dawn Armfield, Associate Professor, English, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota, United States
James Ingram, Associate Professor, Educational Specialties, Northern Arizona University, Arizona, United States
Shadow Armfield, Associate Dean, College of Education , Northern Arizona University, Arizona, United States

11:50
11:50-13:05

Lessons on Learning

Moderator
Juan Manuel García Fernández, Student, PhD in Spanish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States
Room F368
Teaching the Humanities through Role Immersion - Past and Present

Thomas Meacham, Assistant Professor of Theatre, Arts and Letters, Lake Superior State University, Michigan, United States

11:50
The Humanistic Influence on Personal Development Modules in the Social Sciences: Future Proofing Humanistic Theories within Personal Development Modules

Geraldine Maughan, Lecturer and Researcher, Applied Social Sciences, Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest, Kildare, Ireland

12:10
The Impact of Violence on Learning: Pedagogy for a New Humanity

Connie Guberman, Associate Professor, Teaching, Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada

12:30

Online Poster Session

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Shuo Zhao, Researcher, School of International Studies, Communication University of China, Beijing, China
Moderator
Alvin Joseph, Assistant Professor, English, St. George's College Aruvithura, Kerala, India
Moderator
Yongzhen Xiong, Student, Postgraduate, Chongqing Three Gorges University, Chongqing, China
Khora: Intervals of the Unconscious

Jessica Poser, Psychotherapist, Group Practice, United States

ChatGPT and Literature: Disruptive Technology and New Directions in the Humanities

Kay Li, Adjunct Professor, English, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Visual Thinking Strategies Improves Internal Medicine Residents’ Wellbeing 

Julia See, Student, MD Candidate, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, United States
Chi Zhang, University of Miami
Gauri Agarwal, Associate Dean for Curriculum, Medicine and Medical Education, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States

Colloquium

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Alvin Joseph, Assistant Professor, English, St. George's College Aruvithura, Kerala, India
Moderator
Leonardo Cascao, Research Fellow, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Coimbra, Portugal
The Art and Geography and Geography and Art of Landscape

Michael Kilburn, Professor, Politics and International Studies, Endicott College, Massachusetts, United States
Michael Miller, Professor of Photography and Coordinator of Digital Imaging, School for Visual and Performing Arts, Endicott College, Massachusetts, United States
Cynthia Roberts, Owner/Artist/Independent Scholar, Cynthia Roberts Studios, New York, United States

Lessons Learned

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Kevin Drif, Student, PhD in French Literature, University of California Berkeley, California, United States
Moderator
Iman Afify, Research Assistant, Cairo Papers for Social Scienes, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Bodies and Bridges: Métis Diaspora and Hybridity

Heather Simeney Mac Leod, Assistant Professor, Department of Communications and Visual Arts, Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia, Canada

A Ghazal of History: Nnedi Okorafor’s Akata Woman and the Work of YA Fiction

Deborah Williams, Professor, Liberal Studies, New York University, New York, United States

13:05-14:20

Above and Beyond

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Shuo Zhao, Researcher, School of International Studies, Communication University of China, Beijing, China
Moderator
Alvin Joseph, Assistant Professor, English, St. George's College Aruvithura, Kerala, India
Knowledge and Space: How Movement Affects Actualized Thought

Kara Jansen Van Rensburg, Student, Master of Arts, University of the Free State, Free State, South Africa

Of Ruptures and Raptures: Locating Ideology with LiDAR Imagery

William Schroeder, Federal Lands Archaeologist, NEPA, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington, United States

Satisfice or Sacrifice: Postfeminist Anti-epiphanies in Contemporary Women’s Autofiction

Clara Ng, PhD Student, Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry, University College London (UCL), United Kingdom

Plastic and Modern Life Style

Surabhi Baijal, Student, MA , Ambedkar University, New Delhi, Delhi, India

Drawing a Map of Mistral’s Pedagogy from a Dusselian Perspective

Andrea Campana, Professor, Literature and Linguistics, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile

Codes and Creativity

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
David Crellin, PhD(c)- Performance Studies, MFA- Digital Arts New Media. Performing Artist, Scholar and Educator, Department of Theatre and Dance, UH Manoa, Decolonize The Surf, Hawaii, United States
Yongzhen Xiong, Student, Postgraduate, Chongqing Three Gorges University, Chongqing, China
Nominative Case of the Embedded Subjects in Control Structures in Modern Standard Arabic and English within Chomsky’s Minimalism

Youmna Abu El 'ela, Teaching Assistant, English, The School of Linguistics and Translation, Badr University in Cairo, Egypt

Enabling Interdisciplinary Learning and Research through AI-driven Transliteration of Historical Documents

Simina Frincu, Assistant Researcher, ICAM Institute for Advanced Environmental Studies, West University of Timisoara, Timis, Romania
Manuela Zănescu, Deputy Director, Management, Central University Library "Eugen Todoran" , Timis, Romania

BIG Emotions and the Storms Within Us: How to Process and Find of Sense of Belonging Through Visualization

Shannon Mc Carthy, Associate Professor of Graphic Design, School of Art and Design, Eastern Kentucky University, Kentucky, United States

Reviewing Humanities Programs at Concordia College: A Case Study

Karla Knutson, Professor of English, Department of English, Concordia College, Minnesota, United States
Gay Rawson, Professor / Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures, Concordia College, Minnesota, United States

Diverse Reflections

Asynchronous Session
Moderator
Taylor Breckles, Teaching and Research Assistant, English and Indigenous Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
Moderator
Leonardo Cascao, Research Fellow, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Alvin Joseph, Assistant Professor, English, St. George's College Aruvithura, Kerala, India

14:20-15:35

Workshop

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room E655
An Intercultural Model of Creativity and Reflective Practice : Challenging Distractions between Reality and Imagination

Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen, Educator Researcher (STEAM), School of Natural Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia
Peter McKenzie, Research fellow/Carer Academic (mental health), The Bouverie Center, School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, Victoria, Australia
Kathryn McLachlan, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia

14:20
14:20-15:35

Innovation Showcases

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Amphi Guizot
“Stories from the Circle" : The Possibilities and Limitations of Augmented Reality as a Tool for Decolonization

Rebecca Pelky, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Clarkson University, New York, United States

14:20
14:20-15:35

Texts Across Time

Moderator
Chloé Meynent, Sorbonne Université, France
Room F040
Resistance and Reconciliation: Literary and Musical Texts by Malian Women

Cheryl Toman, Professor and Chair, Modern Languages and Classics, University of Alabama, Alabama, United States

14:20
Shipwrecks, Islands, Magic, and Marvel: Renaissance Responses to the New World Project

Mary Watt, Professor, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Office of the Dean, University of Florida, Florida, United States

14:40
Nickels and Dimes

Maria Urrutia, Associate Professor in Theatre and Dance and Honors College, College of Arts and Humanities, West Chester University, Pennsylvania, United States

15:00
14:20-15:35

Conceptual Considerations

Moderator
Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Room F659
Familiar Settings: Common Knowledge in Thomas Norton’s 1477 Ordinal of Alchemy

Lisa H. Cooper, Professor, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, United States

14:40
Replacement and Resilience: Splitting and the Reimagining of Greek Myth in Contemporary French Theater

Morgan Stinson, Lecturer, Department of French and Itailan, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, United States

15:00
14:20-15:35

Review and Reflect

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F366
Design Thinking: Revitalizing Knowledge Making in the Humanities

Rolf Norgaard, Teaching Professor of Distinction, Associate Director Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States

14:20
Humanities as Hermeneutic: A Method for Understanding Multiple Fields and Perspectives

Andrea Feldman, Teaching Professor of Distinction and International Student Coordinator, Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States

14:40
How Technology Got a Surface: The Creation of Planned Obsolescence in an Age of Technological Detachment

Jason Farman, Professor and Associate Dean, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, Maryland, United States

15:00
14:20-15:35

Expressions of Us and Them

Moderator
Jia Guo, Sorbonne Université, France
Room F368
Germaine Greer's Illustrated Magazine Articles as Sex Education Manual for Women

Ya'ara Gil-Glazer, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Education through Art Program, Department of Education and Department of Multidisciplinary Studies, Tel Hai Academic College, Israel

14:20
Fairy Tales in Flux: Narrative Re-visions through the Currents of Time

Ziwei Zhao, Assistant Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

14:40
Writing a Photograph: How AI Is Changing Photography

Stafford Smith, Professor, Visual and Media Arts, Grand Valley State University, Michigan, United States

15:00
16:00-18:00

Narratives of Paris Walking Tour: Sainte Chapelle and Ile de La Cite

The tour is fully booked. Registered participants will be meeting at the registration desk.

Workshop

Asynchronous Session
A Model for Understanding the Nature of Knowledge Creation through Arts Research: Embodied, Embedded, Enacted and Extended

Lynda Zwinger, Professor, English, University of Arizona, United States
Ellen McMahon, Professor/Associate Dean for Research, School of Art/College of Fine Arts, University of Arizona, Arizona, United States

Youth Collaborative Cellphilming: A New Approach in Humanities Education

Hiroko Hara, Associate Professor, Centre for General Education, Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan

English Language, Multiculturalism, and Diaspora as Contemporary Realities

Ramona L. Ceciu, Lecturer, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania

Farm Labor Issues in Central California, Viewed Across Disciplines: An Up-Close, In-depth Look at an Old Issue With New Lenses

Renate Funke, Community Initiatives Facilitator, working with underrepresented populations, PhD from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychology, self-employed, former college administrator, California, United States

Statistical Literacy - Humanistic Education for the Future: Quantitative Rhetoric

Milo Schield, Statistical Literacy Coordinator and Adjunct, Mathematics and Statistics, University of New Mexico, Florida, United States

Aesthemetry: Methods of Theorizing and Quantifying Beauty in Poetry

Nolan Dannels, Student, PhD, University of California, San Diego, California, United States

Power of Words

Asynchronous - Online Only
Moderator
Kevin Drif, Student, PhD in French Literature, University of California Berkeley, California, United States
Moderator
Iman Afify, Research Assistant, Cairo Papers for Social Scienes, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Racial Humor and Nation Building: Sketches of Manners in Nineteenth-Century Mexico and Brazil

Gabriel Lesser, Student, Phd Candidate, University of California, Berkeley, United States

Dora Kourkoulou, Student, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, United States

Taylor Breckles, Teaching and Research Assistant, English and Indigenous Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada

17:20-19:20

Late Additions

Asynchronous Session
Sri Lanka - Rebel Fragmentation in the Time of Peace Negotiations

Soosaipillai I. Keethaponcalan, Professor, Conflict Resolution Department, Salisbury University, Maryland, United States

17:20
Center-periphery Dichotomy in Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses

Riham Yassin, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Linguistics and Translation - English Department, Badr University in Cairo, Egypt

17:40
E.A.Poe and “Gothic” Tradition: Poe’s Influence and Reception on Literature

Tamari Cheishvili, A Ph.D. Independent Scholar., Multiple Language Center , New York, United States

18:00
Letter-beings and Time: Hélène Cixous's Exappropriation of Martin Heidegger

François Vozel, Assistant Professor, World Languages and Cultures, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

18:40
Unworthy and Worthy Victims in Postosocialist China

Tiantian Zheng, Distinguished Professor, Anthropology, SUNY Cortland, United States

19:00
08:30-09:00

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Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Address: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:10
09:10-10:10

Plenary Session (in English) - Brigitte Le Juez, Dublin City University, Ireland

"More-than-Human Literary Landscapes: an Ecocritical Perspective"
Speaker
Brigitte Le Juez, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
Moderator
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Amphi Richelieu
10:10-10:40
10:40-11:55

Liberty and Justice

Moderator
Savannah Willard, Student, Msc Comparative Literature, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, City of, United Kingdom
Room D664
Responses to Medical Malpractice in Canada: From Adversarial Litigation to Restorative Justice?

Blake Brown, Professor, History, Saint Mary's University, Nova Scotia, Canada
Jennifer Llewellyn, Professor & Chair in Restorative Justice, Restorative Research, Innovation and Education Lab, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada

10:40
Resistance on the Other Side of Freedom: The Politics of Refugee Cultural Production

Zeynep Aydogdu, Assistant Professor, Women's and Gender Studies, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma, United States

11:00
Women in the Soviet Posters During the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)

Nani Manvelishvili, Student, PhD Candidate, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

11:20
10:40-11:55

Educational Insights

Moderator
Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Room F368
Whole Personhood in Medical Humanities Education: Integrating Arts and Humanities with an Equity Lens

Lisa Abia-Smith, Director of Education, University of Oregon, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Oregon, United States
Elizabeth Lahti, Director of Narrative Medicine, School of Medicine, Oregon Health Science University, Oregon, United States

10:40
Reimagining Arts Education with Ideas from Critical Pedagogy and Reciprocal Teaching

Daniel Abrahams, Associate Professor of Music Education, Music, University of Arkansas, Arkansas, United States
Frank Abrahams, Assoicate Dean (retired) Professor of Music Education (emeritus), Music Education, Westminster Choir College , New Jersey, United States

11:00
Humanities Meet STEM through Great Literary Works: Breaking Down Disciplinary Walls

Nancy Dixon, Assistant Professor, Chair of English, Humanities-English, Dillard University, Louisiana, United States

11:20
10:40-11:55

Finding Space

Moderator
Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Room F659
The Rhizome and Différance: Literature after Deleuze and Derrida

Joseph Kronick, Professor, Department of English, Louisiana State University, Louisiana, United States

10:40

Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain

11:00
10:40-11:55

Ongoing Debates

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room F366
Re-imagining Diaspora and Pan-Africanism: Black Internationalism in a Globalizing and Complex World

Tunde Adeleke, Professor and Director, History/African and African American Studies, Iowa State University, Iowa, United States

10:40
Plus ça Change: Sidney’s Hook’s Heresy Yes—Conspiracy No and Ongoing Debates About Liberal Tolerance

Dennis Arjo, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Johnson County Community College, Kansas, United States

11:00
10:40-11:55

Express Yourself

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Room F040
Do You Speak Math? : Or Extrapolating Humanity in How Mathematicians Talk

Elisabet Takehana, Professor, English Studies, Fitchburg State University, Massachusetts, United States

10:40
Identifying Moments of Breaching Linguistic Hospitality: A Framework for Analysis

Sandra Kouritzin, Distinguished Professor, Education, University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada
Nathalie Piquemal, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada

11:00
Ukrainian Literature in Flux: War-themed Writing as a Paradigmatic Shift in Ukraine’s Literary Discourse

Anna Antonova, Assistant Lecturer, Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada

11:20
10:40-11:55

Language and Culture

Moderator
Juan Manuel García Fernández, Student, PhD in Spanish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States
Room D665
Enticing Literary Landscapes: Motivating Heritage Speakers of Foreign Languages to Read in the Target Heritage

Rosalie Barrera, Senior Lecturer of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, Baylor University, Texas, United States

10:40
On-Screen Literature: Teaching Literary Works through Cinema in the Foreign Language Classroom

Mary Alison Chanslor Cransac, Upper School French Instructor, World Language, Isidore Newman School, Louisiana, United States

11:00
10:40-11:55

Approaches to Understanding

Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room E655
Immersive Virtual Reality to Support Argumentative English Writing and Reduce Anxiety

Neil Barrett, Associate Professor, Center for Bilingual Education, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Tainan, Taiwan

10:40
Artificial Intelligence as a Tool for College Writing: A Case Study in the First-year Composition Classroom

Guy Krueger, Writing 101 Curriculum Chair/Core Senior Lecturer, Department of Writing and Rhetoric, University of Mississippi, Mississippi, United States

11:00
Teaching Indigenous Authors: Considerations for Non-Indigenous Instructors

Annabel Lyon, Professor and Director, School of Creative Writing / Faculty of Arts, The University of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada

11:20
10:40-11:55

Seeking Meaning

Moderator
Stephen Christopher, Marie Curie Postdoc, Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies, University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark
Amphi Quinet
Posthumanism and the Search for Meaning in Luigi Serafini’s Codex Seraphinianus

Kirsten Møllegaard, Professor, English, University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Evangeline Lemieux, Student, Bachelor of Arts, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Braden Savage, Student, English, University of Hawai'i at Hilo, Hawaii, United States

10:40
The (Un)Welcome Stranger: Intercultural Sensitivity in Six American Novels

Jeffrey Hughes Morgan, English Professor, Arts and Sciences, Lynn University, Florida, United States

11:00
10:40-11:55

Plenary Session (in Spanish) - Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

"Paisaje memorial: El valle de Cuelgamuros"
Speaker
Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, France
Moderator
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Amphi Richelieu
11:55-12:00
12:00-12:45

Workshop

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F366
The Art of Meditation: Using Slow Looking and Narrative Writing to Promote Mindfulness

Neva Kirk Sanchez, Department Chair, Physical Therapy, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States
Gauri Agarwal, Associate Dean for Curriculum, Medicine and Medical Education, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States
Hope Torrents, Director, Educator, Florida, United States

12:00
12:00-12:45

Poster Session

Moderator
Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Room F659
Emerging Library Services to Increase the Discoverability, Citeability, and Preservation of Digital Humanities Projects, Publications, and Data

Benjamin Saracco, Associate Professor in the Library, Rowan University Libraries and Cooper Medical School, Rowan University, New Jersey, United States

12:00
Literary Arts in Themes of Animals with a Memory Work and Creative Writing: Considerations and Ideas towards Post-human Education

Pirjo Helena Suvilehto, University lecturer, and Title of Docent, Educational Sciences and Psychological Sciences and Humanistic Department, Literature (Docenture), University of Oulu, Oulun lääni, Finland

12:00
Remain Unchanged: Rethinking the Transformation of “Xian”

Lok Yee Lorraine Wong, Lecturer, Center for Language Education, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

12:00
Visualizing Literary and Film Landscapes with Geospatial Mapping

Cameron Flynn, Student, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, California, United States

12:00
The Story of COVID-19

Esther Kentish, Student, PhD, University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom

12:00
12:00-12:45

Workshop

Moderator
Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Room D664
Learning, Mindset, and Mindfulness: How Regulated States of the Nervous System Affect Knowledge Integration

Daniel Rynerson, Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Montclair State University, New Jersey, United States

12:00
12:00-12:45

Workshop

Moderator
Malgorzata Fabrycy, Student, Ph.D. Student, Sorbonne University, France
Room F368
Buddhist Psychology to Enhance Recovery from Co-occurring Disorders: Enhancing the Effectiveness of DBT, ACT, MBRP, CBT

Christopher Mc Duffie, Associate Social Worker/Chemical Dependency Counselor II, Mental Health, AToN Center, California, United States

12:00
12:00-12:45

Workshop

Moderator
Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Student, Doctor of Philosophy - Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Room D665
Communication as a Tool for Healing: Using Communication Theory and Practice to Reduce Division, Anxiety, and Rage

Amy Lewis, Associate Chair, English, Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

12:00
12:45-14:00
14:00-15:40

Ways of Knowing

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room E655
Do the Walls Really Talk?: An Investigation of the Communicative Agency of Modern Office Architecture and the Contribution of Spatial Theory to New Knowledge in the Humanities

Jonathan Peck, Senior Instructional Designer/Consultant, Enterprise Operations Transformation, National Australia Bank, Victoria, Australia

14:00
Seeing is Believing: Medieval Liturgical Ceremonies with the Use of Articulated Figures

Christophe Chaguinian, Associate Professor of French, Department of World Languages, Cultures and Literatures, University of North Texas, Texas, United States

14:20
Tasso’s Allegorical Landscapes as Nostalgia for Ecological Stability

Matthew Motyka, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures, University of San Francisco, California, United States

15:00
14:00-15:40

Revisiting Our Stories

Moderator
Malgorzata Fabrycy, Student, Ph.D. Student, Sorbonne University, France
Amphi Richelieu
How Does Philosophy Differ from Science?

Chrysoula Gitsoulis, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Philosophy, FIT/SUNY, United States

14:20
Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go: The Performative Function of Literature and the Discourse on Humaness and Identity

Marilena Saracino, Aggregate Professor of English Language and Literature, Department of Management and Business Administration, University, Pescara, Italy

14:40
14:00-15:40

Branching Out

Speaker
Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Room F659
Does Asemic Writing Signify?: And, If So, What Does It Signify?

Laurence De Looze, Professor, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Western Ontario, Ontario, Canada

14:00
Advanced Typography Workshops in Quarantine

Thomas Girard, Alumnus, Graduate Liberal Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada

14:20
The Obama Phenom and the English Language: Reflections on the ‘Barack Obama Naming Marathon’

Zekeh Gbotokuma, Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Morgan State University, United States

15:00
14:00-15:40

Workshops

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F040
The Problem with Aunt Jemina and Uncle Ben: A Critical Look at Black Stereotypes in Literature

Nadine C Hall, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Greenhills School, Michigan, United States

14:00
14:00-15:40

Evolving Knowledge

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Room F366
Temporal Indifference and the Bisexual Imaginary: Crossings between Kristeva and Woolf

Maria Margaroni, Associate Professor, English Studies, University of Cyprus, Lefkosia, Cyprus

14:00
Form, Formlessness, and the Unravelling of the Novel: A Postmodern Feminist Examination from Woolf to Evaristo

Nycole Prowse, Lecturer, Literature, University of Southern Queensland, Queensland, Australia

14:20
When Whites Write Black: Aesthetic Values in Literary Texts

Brenda Flanagan, The Edward Armfield Senior Professor of English, Department of English Language and Literature and Africana Studies, Davidson College, North Carolina, United States

14:40
14:00-15:40

New Directions

Moderator
Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Student, Doctor of Philosophy - Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Room F368
Incest as the Divine Unknown in Genesis 19

Tomi Drucker, Student, Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, Michigan, United States

14:00
14:20
Nature, Culture, and the Anthropocene in Sarnath Banerjee’s Doab Dil (2019): An Ecocritical Commentary on Discourses of Power

Nishevita Jayendran, Assistant Professor (Literature and Humanities), Centre of Excellence in Teacher Education, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

14:40
14:00-15:40

Workshops

Moderator
Juan Manuel García Fernández, Student, PhD in Spanish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States
Amphi Quinet
Fine Art of Healthcare: Using Art as a Tool to Hone Clinical Skills

Hope Torrents, Director, Educator, Florida, United States
Neva Kirk Sanchez, Department Chair, Physical Therapy, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States
Gauri Agarwal, Associate Dean for Curriculum, Medicine and Medical Education, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States

14:00

Stephen Christopher, Marie Curie Postdoc, Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies, University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark

14:45
15:40-15:45
15:45-17:25

Literary Investigations

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F040
The Divine Dante - Canon Builder or Revolutionary Thinker? : For a Reflection on Identity, Minority, and Classics

Annalisa Maria Guzzardi, Student, PhD, City University of New York - The Graduate Center, New York, United States

15:45
The Potential of Literary Cartography and Quantitative Methods for Literary Studies

Richard Zmelik, Assistant Professor, Department of Czech Studies, Palacký University in Olomouc, Olomoucký kraj, Czech Republic

16:05
Chinese Online Fiction: A New Romantic Imagination

Jie Lu, Professor of Chinese Studies & Film Studies, Department of Mondern Language & Literature, University of the Pacific, California, United States

16:25
Toward Livable Futures: New Directions in Interdisciplinary Humanities Research

Gregory Shupak, Lecturer, Media and Communication Studies, University of Guelph-Humber, Ontario, Canada

16:45
15:45-17:25

Emerging Imaginaries

Moderator
Stephen Christopher, Marie Curie Postdoc, Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies, University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark
Amphi Quinet
Speaking and Listening - Using Speech and Debate to Communicate the Power of the Humanities

Timothy Wenzell, Professor of English, Department of Humanities, Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia, Virginia, United States

15:45
Resistance and Exhaustion: Kinshasa and Lisbon between Literary Geography and Collage

Fabiana D'ascenzo, PhD Student, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, Cardiff [Caerdydd GB-CRD], United Kingdom

16:05
Red and Yellow, Black and White: Racializing Colors in Nineteenth Century French Literature

Holly Collins, Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Cultures, Baylor University, Texas, United States

16:25
15:45-17:25

Respond and Refocus

Moderator
Malgorzata Fabrycy, Student, Ph.D. Student, Sorbonne University, France
Room F659
Auto/ethnography Methodology: Evocative Provocation Understanding of Others through Self

Helen CD McCarthy, Senior Lecturer On Country Teacher Education Program Manager, School of Education, Curtin University, Western Australia, Australia

15:45

Savannah Willard, Student, Msc Comparative Literature, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, City of, United Kingdom

16:45
15:45-17:25

Learning from Landscapes

Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room F366
“In the Empty Air Between Us”: Ideology and Entropy in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!

John Corrigan, Professor, Department of English, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

15:45
Estrangement and Precarity: The Living Death of Srilankan Tamil Dalits

Alamelu Geetha Krishnamurthy, Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, BITS Pilani, Goa, India

16:05
Medieval Literary Journeys Through European and Middle Eastern Landscapes

Cristian Bratu, Professor of French, Division Director for French and Italian; Associate Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, Baylor University, Texas, United States

16:25
15:45-17:25

Growing Ideas

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Room F368
Exploring the Effectiveness of Culturally Responsive Approaches to Book Reading in Early Childhood

Raquel Plotka, Associate Professor, School of Education, Pace University, New York, United States
Ruth Guirguis, Associate Professor, Teacher Education, BMCC CUNY, New York, United States

15:45
Student Use of Digital Technologies for Developing Multilingual and Multicultural Competence

Zehlia Babaci Wilhite, Lecturer/ Adjunct Professor, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of California Berkeley and University of San Francisco, California, United States

16:05
Teach Better In*Sync vs. F2F: Pedagogies Learned During COVID-19

Ulrike Brinksmeier, Professor, Arts and Humanities, Mount St. Joseph University, Ohio, United States

16:25
If a Painting Could Speak: Teaching Language and Culture in a Museum

Cathy Culot, Lecturer in French, Global Languages, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, United States

16:45
20:30-23:00
08:30-09:00

Conference Registration Desk Open

Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Address: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:10
Amphi Guizot
09:10-10:10

Plenary Session (in English) - Bernard Franco, Sorbonne Université, France

"The Landscape as Image of Fiction: about a Literary Knowledge"
Speaker
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Moderator
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Amphi Guizot
10:10-10:40
10:40-11:55

Future Forward

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room F366
Unspoken Challenges for Humanity

Vladimir Riabov, Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Rivier University, New Hampshire, United States

10:40
11:00
Poverty Where History Meets Growth: A Case Study of Ma Lang Community in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Le Thao Chi Vu, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan

11:20
10:40-11:55

Navigating Understanding

Moderator
Savannah Willard, Student, Msc Comparative Literature, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, City of, United Kingdom
Room F659
Self (Dis)placement in Mahmoud Darwish’s Tibaq - A Contrapuntal Reading on Edward Said: Understanding Identity

Sarah Esmael, Lecturer of Literary Criticism, Department of English, Faculty of Al-Alsun, Suez Canal University, Al Ismā`īlīyah, Egypt

10:40
The Landscapes of Disability Knowledge

Vivian Delchamps, Assistant Professor, English, Dominican University of California, California, United States

11:00
How Poetry Allows the Trauma of Child Abuse to Speak

Shelly Beamish, Student, BA, BA Teach, MA, PhD, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia

11:20
10:40-11:55

Imagining Ourselves

Moderator
Malgorzata Fabrycy, Student, Ph.D. Student, Sorbonne University, France
Amphi Guizot
Rereading Libra: Beyond a Historiographic Metafiction

Lijun Wang, Student, Doctoral Program, The Graduate School of Language and Culture at Osaka University, Osaka, Japan

10:40
(Un)taming Mulan: Representation, Tradition and Discourse

Liying Wang, Student, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Language and Culture at Osaka University, Osaka, Japan

11:00

Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary

11:20
10:40-11:55

Probing Perspectives

Moderator
Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Room F368
Power Is Knowledge: The Story of Confucius’ Ascendance to Sagehood and Beyond

Yong-Kang Wei, Professor, Liberal Arts, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Texas, United States

10:40
Ecological Discourses in Beauty and the Beast and the Little Red Riding Hood

Wen Hui Chang, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Linguistics and Language Studies, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

11:00

Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States

11:20
10:40-11:40
10:40-11:55

Higher Ed Matters

Moderator
Jia Guo, Sorbonne Université, France
Room F040
The Flourishing Law Student: Incorporating Positive Psychology into Legal Education

Heidi Brown, Associate Dean of Upper Level Writing, Legal Writing Program, New York Law School, New York, United States

10:40
Addressing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Higher Education in the USA

Tammie Cumming, Associate Provost, Academic Affairs, City University of New York, New York, United States
David Miller, School Director and Professor, School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education, University of Florida, Florida, United States
Anthony Brown, City University of New York Brooklyn College
Isana Leshchinskaya, Associate Director for Educational Research and Assessment, Institutional Effectiveness, City University of New York Brooklyn College, New York, United States

11:00
The Legitimacy of Knowledge in the Arab Academia

Ayman Bakr, Assistant Professor of Arabic Literature and Criticism, Humanities and Social Sciences Department, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait

11:20
11:40-12:10

Information, Medium & Society Poster Session

Moderator
Alberto E. Lopez-Carrion, Researcher, Communication Sciences, University of València, Valencia, Spain
Room E655
Time After Time (2016-17): Using Artists' Books/Scrolls as Methods to Document and Disseminate Social and Political Narratives

Rachael Brown, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom

11:40
Contemporary Artists’ Books: A Cultural Strategy for Art’s Re-Materialisation and Value Translation

Hyunjoo Cho, Student, Research Degree (PhD), Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

11:40
12:05-12:10
12:10-13:25

Elements of Literature

Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room F659
Bilingual Autobiographical Memories in Ethnic Novels : Untranslatable Feelings

Oana Condurache, Student, PhD student, West University of Timisoara, Timis, Romania

12:10
Infernal Wisdom of the 'Crazy Old Crone': Age, Gender, and Resistance in Olga Tokarczuk's Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead

Matthew Landers, Associate Professor of English Literature and Culture, English, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Hordaland, Norway

12:30
12:10-13:25

Innovation Showcases

Moderator
Alena Chumak, Sorbonne Université, France
Amphi Guizot
Recited Verse: Poetry at Home, on the Go, and in the Classroom

Omar Miranda, Associate Professor, Literature, University of San Francisco, United States

12:30
12:10-13:25

Critical Considerations

Moderator
Hyunjoo Cho, Student, Research Degree (PhD), Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom
Room E655
Cultural Preservation through Indigenous Storytelling: Alternatives to So-called Paternalistic "Scholarly" Ethnographies

Laurence French, Affiliate Professor, College of Liberal Arts, University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire, United States
Julieta Altamirano-Crosby, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Equity, WAGRO Foundation, Washington, United States
Magdaleno Manzanárez, Vice President and Professor, External Affairs, Western New Mexico University, New Mexico, United States

12:10
Click ‘Non-Textual Output’: Arts Based Practice-Research

Jac C. Batey, Associate Professor in Illustration, School of Art, Design and Performance, University of Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom

12:30
Compassionate Data Mining: The Search for Stories Data Cannot Tell

Ritsu Katsumata, Director of Experience Strategy and Insights, Creative, VMLY&R, United States

12:50
12:10-13:25

Extending Influences

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F366
Modalities of Verbo-visual Representations of Symbolism of Nature

Visnja Bandalo, Research Associate, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Zagrebačka županija, Croatia

12:30
Terror in the Capitalocene: Green Transition in K. S. Robinson and A. Malm

Egidijus Mardosas, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Vilnius University, Lithuania

12:50
12:10-13:25

Action and Reaction

Moderator
Stephen Christopher, Marie Curie Postdoc, Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies, University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark
Room F040

Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Student, Doctor of Philosophy - Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Australia

12:30
12:10-13:25

Fragments of Knowledge

Moderator
Avalon Jade Theisen, PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Room F368
Collaborative Oral History, Podcasting, and Graphic Illustratration with Peer Harm Reduction Workers

Aaron Michael Goodman, Faculty, Journalism and Communication Studies, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, British Columbia, Canada

12:10
13:25-14:40
14:40-15:55

Digital Links

Moderator
Hyunjoo Cho, Student, Research Degree (PhD), Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom
Room E655
The Meaning of Out of Print in the Age of Digital Books

Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Professor of English and Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Houston-Victoria, Texas, United States

14:40
Researchers as Publishers: Transformative Social Work Narrative Makers in Academic Publishing

Julie L. Drolet, Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

15:00
Effects of Digital Storytelling in the Construction of the Relationship Experience

Mónica Pérez Sánchez, Professor and Researcher, Department Direction and Business Management, University of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico

15:20
14:40-15:55

Workshop

Moderator
Chloé Meynent, Sorbonne Université, France
Room F040
Using Visual Art in Health Professions Training: Enhancing Skills in Using and Interpreting Visual and Auditory Cues

Hope Torrents, Director, Educator, Florida, United States
Gauri Agarwal, Associate Dean for Curriculum, Medicine and Medical Education, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States
Neva Kirk Sanchez, Department Chair, Physical Therapy, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida, United States

14:40
14:40-15:55

Shifting Contexts

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Amphi Guizot
Playwriting, Performance, and Spectatorship Build Dialogue about Mental Health: A University in Egypt Works to Reduce the Stigma

Jillian Campana, Associate Dean and Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, Theatre, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Jonathan Harvey, Faculty, Rhetoric and Composition, American University in Cairo, Egypt

14:40

Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States

15:00

Fafa Sene, Student, PhD, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Tokyo, Japan
Houleymata Dite Dianga Ba Ndongo, Student, Bachelor in Political Sciences, Universite Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD) - Dakar, Dakar, Senegal

15:20
14:40-15:55

Deep Humanness

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F366
Fabrication - the Marginal Diseased Body in Tibet

Yi He, PhD Candidate, School of Humanities and Languages, University of New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia

14:40
The Foreigner's Knowledge of the Rwandan Genocide: A Literary Analysis of Boubacar Boris Diop's Novel, Murambi, The Book of Bones

Beverley Pratt, Student, Masters English Literature, University of the Western Cape, Western Cape, South Africa

15:00
14:40-15:55

Literary Interpretations

Moderator
Neriman Kuyucu, Faculty, Humanities, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey
Room F659
Virginia Woolf's Voyage Out: A Literary Soundscape of Feminist Discourse

Linda Nicole Blair, Teaching Professor, Culture, Arts, and Communication/School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington, Tacoma, Washington, United States

14:40
Between the Surreal and Existential: David Hare and Jean Paul Sartre Examine the Weight of Chimerical Objects

Barbara Lekatsas, Professor of Comparative Literature, Comparative Literature, Languages & Linguistics, Hofstra University, New York, United States

15:00
From the Peaks to the Streets: Mental and Literary Landscapes in 19th Century France

Kathryn Mills, Professor of French, Department of French and French Studies, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, United States

15:20
14:40-15:55

Cultural Tensions

Moderator
Savannah Willard, Student, Msc Comparative Literature, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, City of, United Kingdom
Room F368
15:55-16:00
16:00-17:15

Attitude and Action

Moderator
Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville, Associate Lecturer, Historia y Ciencias de la Música, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain
Room F040
Forms of Knowledge: Four Paradigms

Kavous Ardalan, Professor of Finance, School of Management, Marist College, New York, United States

16:00
Academics’ Epistemological Attitude towards University Lecturers’ Knowledge

Jevgenija Sivoronova, Student, Phd Candidate, Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, Latvia
Aleksejs Vorobjovs, Professor, Psychology, Daugavpils University, Latvia

16:20
16:00-17:15

Historical Probes

Moderator
Crystal Payne, Student, PhD Student, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Room F366
Chinese Coromandel Lacquer Screens 1670-1770: Investigating Global Flows and Comparative Consumer Cultures

Tamara H. Bentley, Professor, Asian Art History, Art and Asian Studies, Colorado College, Colorado, United States

16:00
The Landscape of Rome in Romanian Travel Literature in the Nineteenth Century : Grand Tour and National Identity

Alexandra Vranceanu, Associate Professor, Department of Literary Studies, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest, Bucuresti, Romania

16:20
16:00-17:15

What Do You Mean?

Moderator
Juan Manuel García Fernández, Student, PhD in Spanish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado, United States
Amphi Guizot
The "Cri" and the Caribbean: Language in Decolonial Francophone Literature

Nasanin Rosado De Rodes, Student, Ph.D. in Romance Studies, Duke University, North Carolina, United States

16:40
16:00-17:15

Navigating Nuance

Moderator
Alberto E. Lopez-Carrion, Researcher, Communication Sciences, University of València, Valencia, Spain
Room E655
Deference and Diplomacy: Navigating Authors' Moral Rights in a Converged Literary Landscape

Katherine Day, Lecturer, Publishing, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

16:00
The Challenges for Publishing Political Research on Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

Sharon Austin, Professor, Political Science, University of Florida, United States

16:40
16:00-17:15

Theory and Practice

Moderator
Karen Jallatyan, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecturer, Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
Room F368
Adriana Cavarero’s Theory of Vocality: The Operatic Voice Beyond Libretto

Joy Harris, Adjunct, McGovern College of the Arts, University of Houston, Texas, United States

16:00
Parrhēsia and Freedom of Speech on the Internet : What Can Socrates Teach Us?

Marita Brčić Kuljiš, Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split, Croatia

16:20
Understand Your Rights and Know How to Protect Them: Intellectual Property in the Performing Arts

A. W. Brian De Silva, Tutor/Teachin Associate, Business and Economics, Monash University, Victoria, Australia

16:40
16:00-17:15

Educational Advances

Moderator
Alena Chumak, Sorbonne Université, France
Room F659
Team-teaching 'Blacks in Paris': An Experimental Approach to New Forms of Knowledge in the Humanities

Juliette Rogers, Professor, French and Francophone Studies, Macalester College, Minnesota, United States
Duchess Harris, Professor, American Studies, Macalester College, Minnesota, United States

16:00
Developmental Writing and Student Success: Do Remedial Courses Work?

Cara Miller, Associate Professor, English, Anderson University, Indiana, United States

16:20
Intercultural Encounters as Experiences of ‘Beauty’ in a First-year University Classroom

Sharon Rudman, Senior Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Nelson Mandela University, Eastern Cape, South Africa

16:40
17:15-17:45
Amphi Guizot
18:00-19:00

Closing Reception

The reception will take place at Les Patios (Place de la Sorbonne)
19:00-19:30

Online Only Talking Circle

Live - Online Only
William Cope, Professor, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, United States

Sesión de bienvenida online

Sólo online
Pablo Fernández Cabrerizo, Spanish Language Support Assistant, Common Ground Research Networks, Spain
Zoom

Representaciones

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
María Rodríguez Toro, Profesora Titular e Investigadora, Departamento de Estudios Políticos, Universidad Metropolitana, Miranda, Venezuela
Moderator
Laia Palos, Phd Candidate, Stream research group , Blanquerna-URL, Barcelona, Spain
¿Nuevas representaciones de la vejez?: La reconstrucción del imaginario social desde la narrativa audiovisual en plataformas de streaming

Lucia Munayco, Profesora Asociada y profesora a tiempo completo., Facultad de Comunicaciones, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas - UPC, Peru

Visiones poliédricas - La Torre de Hércules de A Coruña (Galicia): Un abordaje global y plurifacetado para el conocimiento y comprensión del faro de origen romano, único en el mundo que continúa en funcionamiento

José María Bello Diéguez, Student, Diploma de Estudios Avanzados en Arqueología, actualmente cursando Doctorado, Universidade da Coruña, Instituto Universitario de Xeoloxía "Isidro Parga Pondal", A Coruña, Spain

Letras Vivas: Un camino hacia la construcción de la memoria colectiva en una escuela rural en Colombia

Wendy Redondo, Docente de humanidades , Educación, Magisterio de Colombia , Atlántico, Colombia

Lengua y literatura

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
María Fernández Ríos, Research and teacher, Classical Philology, Universidad de Cádiz, Cádiz, Spain
Moderator
Manuela Catalá Pérez, teacher and researcher, Faculty of Communication and Social Sciences, Universidad San Jorge, Zaragoza, Spain
Filosofía, literatura y educación: Propuesta para la formación de una ciudadanía democrática

María Rodríguez Toro, Profesora Titular e Investigadora, Departamento de Estudios Políticos, Universidad Metropolitana, Miranda, Venezuela

Imágenes y textos: Fotografía y reconstrucción memorial en la poesía española de posguerra

Maria Ema Llorente, Profesor-investigador tiempo completo, Departamento de Letras Hispánicas, Instituto de Investigación en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales (IIHCS), Morelos, Mexico

08:30-09:00

Mesa de inscripción abierta

Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Dirección: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:30

Inauguración del Congreso

Pr. Bernard Franco, Conference Chair, Sorbonne Université, France; Pr. Elisabeth Angel-Perez Vice President for Research, Sorbonne Université, France; Dr. Asun López-Varela, Research Network Chair, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain; Dr. Zsuzsanna Varga, Vice-President, The European Society of Comparative Literature; Dr. Phillip Kalantzis-Cope, Chief Social Scientist, Common Ground Research Networks, United States
Amphi Guizot
09:30-10:30

Sesión plenaria (en inglés) - Beatrice Nickel, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

"Anthropological Landscapes in the Literature of the Age of Enlightenment"
Speaker
Beatrice Nickel, Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Moderator
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Amphi Guizot

Textualidad y literatura

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
María Fernández Ríos, Research and teacher, Classical Philology, Universidad de Cádiz, Cádiz, Spain
Moderator
Manuela Catalá Pérez, teacher and researcher, Faculty of Communication and Social Sciences, Universidad San Jorge, Zaragoza, Spain
Moderator
Valentín Finol Añez, Student, PhD student, Université Bretagne Occidentale, France
Diferencias motivacionales por ideología política en estudiantes universitarios

Victor Renobell Santaren, Profesor, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, La Rioja, Spain
Silvia Fuentes De Frutos, Professor, Education, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, France

La moda en la literatura: Antigüedad y Edad Media

Laura Lopez Leiton, Student, Doctorado , Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

Referencias de Platón en el tratado galénico "De locis affectis": Las citas de Platón en los tratados de Galeno

Aniol Hernández Artigas, Student, Doctorado en Arte y Humanidades, Universidad de La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

La relación espacio-tiempo en la narrativa de Alejo Carpentier

Mirta R. Zidovec, Professor of World Languages/Humanities, School of Liberal Arts and Science/World Languages, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Florida, United States

Autoetnografía: ¿Límites borrosos entre la antropología y la literatura o ficción antropológica?

Lorena Peña Jiménez, PhD student, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain

Sectores sociales

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
María Rodríguez Toro, Profesora Titular e Investigadora, Departamento de Estudios Políticos, Universidad Metropolitana, Miranda, Venezuela
Moderator
Jonás Cuesta, Master student / Estudiante de Máster, Philosophy / Filosofía , Universidad de Valladolid / UNED, Spain
Los derechos humanos : Una mirada desde la violencia contra la mujer adolescente y sus posibles consecuencias

Odalys Monserrath Logroño Ponce, Student, Auxiliar en Enfermería / Competencia Laboral en Docencia / Diplomado en Administración de Instituciones de Salud., Instituto Universitario Stanford / Universidad del Movimiento, Chimborazo, Ecuador
Genoveva Ponce, Docente investigadora titular, Facultad de Educación, Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo
Lourdes Ponce Naranjo, Student, Master en Educación , Unidad Educativa "Isabel de Godin", Chimborazo, Ecuador

Universidad y sociedad: La alianza para fomentar el pensamiento humanista

Helena López Casares Pertusa, Directora de departamento, profesora e investigadora, Departamento de Comunicación. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Comunicación, Universidad Europea, Madrid, Spain

Programa UAN solidario - Una experiencia para la praxis de la responsabilidad social : Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Antonio Nariño

Magally Escobar, Docente investigadora. Magister en inmunología. PhD Educación, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Antonio Nariño. Bogotá-Colombia, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

11:00-11:45

Mesa redonda

Paisajes literarios: Formas de conocimiento en las humanidades
Moderator
Carlos Cazares, Student, Doctoral student: Études Hispaniques , Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint Denis, Paris, France
Room D665
11:00-11:45

Mesa redonda

Educación en Humanidades
Moderator
Alexander Ramirez Espinosa, Professor, School of Language Sciences, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Room D664

Pósteres virtuales

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
Laia Palos, Phd Candidate, Stream research group , Blanquerna-URL, Barcelona, Spain
Moderator
Wendy Redondo, Docente de humanidades , Educación, Magisterio de Colombia , Atlántico, Colombia
Una educación que promueva los derechos humanos: El caso del español y las lenguas indígenas

Karla Del Carpio Ovando, Professor, Department of World Languages and Cultures, University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, United States

Metodología para proponer la macroestructura de un diccionario de diseño gráfico

Elena González-Miranda, PhD. Professor, Departamento de Dibujo, Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU), Vizcaya, Spain
Laura álvarez Sandi, Researcher and Lecturer, Departamento de Dibujo, Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU), Vizcaya, Spain

Cultura, conocimiento y sujeto

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
Jonás Cuesta, Master student / Estudiante de Máster, Philosophy / Filosofía , Universidad de Valladolid / UNED, Spain
Moderator
Valentín Finol Añez, Student, PhD student, Université Bretagne Occidentale, France
Think tank y producción de conocimiento en América del Sur: Una aproximación desde la gubernamentalidad algorítmica

Ingrid Lorca, Student, Estudiante doctorado, Universidad Nacional De San Martín, Capital federal, Argentina

La subjetividad como paradigma en las ciencias sociales: Revisión de los aportes de Laclau y Mouffe

María Inés Fernández Peychaux, Profesora, Facultad de Derecho, Empresa y Gobierno, Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Madrid, Spain

Domar la incertidumbre o convivir con ella: El dilema que nos propone la semiosis maquínica respecto de la dinámica cultural

Maria Clara Lucifora, Profesora e investigadora (UNMDP), Facultad de Humanidades; Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina

11:50-13:05

Sesión plenaria (en español) - Asun López-Varela, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, España

"Paisajes posthumanos: narrando lo no humano desde las humanidades"
Speaker
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Moderator
Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, France
Amphi Guizot
13:05-14:20

Literatura

Sesión asincrónica de acceso permanente
Moderator
Aniol Hernández Artigas, Student, Doctorado en Arte y Humanidades, Universidad de La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Rompiendo moldes - Viejos textos, nuevos textos: Reflexiones sobre la nueva textualidad

Ángela Celis, PROFESOR CONTRATADO DOCTOR, DEPARTAMENTO DE FILOLOGÍA HISPÁNICA Y CLÁSICA, UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA-LA MANCHA , Toledo, Spain

14:20-15:35

Humanidades y pandemia

Moderator
Luciano Aroca, Student, Doctorado en Antropología, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Araucanía, Chile
Room D665
El acceso abierto en bibliotecas universitarias durante la pandemia de COVID-19

Cesar S. Olguin-Camacho, Student, Doctorado, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México , México, Mexico
Martha Rosa Gallegos Ramírez, Técnico académico, Dirección General de Bibliotecas y Servicios Digitales de Información, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

14:40
El estrés postraumático como factor de riesgo en la ideación suicida: El caso de la pandemia COVID-19

Keira Alejandra Barrera Garcia, Student, Licenciatura, Universidad Xochicalco, Baja California, Mexico
Joshue Avila, Student, Psychology, Universidad Xoxhixalco, Baja California, Mexico
Jose Valentin Osuna Quintero, Student, Licenciatura, Universidad Xochicalco "Campus Ensenada" , Baja California, Mexico

15:00
Los rituales fúnebres en pandemia y la transformación del epitafio

Nevis Balanta, Docente e Investigadora, Humanidades , Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas , Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

15:20
14:20-15:35

Sesión paralela

Moderator
Alexander Ramirez Espinosa, Professor, School of Language Sciences, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Room D664
El análisis crítico del discurso como estrategia de transformación socio-territorial: El caso del trabajo comunicacional con cooperativas de reciclaje

Miguel Olivetti Espina, Director, Programa APEX , Montevideo, Uruguay
Ana Clara López Deluccas, Docente , Unidad Académica Temática Comunicación y Cultura, Programa APEX - Udelar, Uruguay

14:20
Retos para la gestión de la reserva biosfera Seaflower en la frontera colombiano-nicaragüense

Julián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo, Estudiante de Doctorado, Doctorado en Gestión y Conservación del Mar, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

14:40
Leteo: Relatos del perdón

Fredy Alexander Ayala Herrera, docente, Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad La Gran Colombia, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

15:00
El transhumanismo como nuevo paradigma a partir de la bioética y los derechos humanos

Cândida Carvalho, Student, Master Degree, Universidad del Museo Social Argentino, Região Autónoma da Madeira, Portugal
Liliana Virginia Siede, Profesora, Humanidades , Universidad del Museo Social Argentino , Buenos Aires, Argentina

15:20
08:30-09:00

Mesa de inscripción abierta

Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Dirección: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:10
Amphi Richelieu
09:10-10:10

Sesión plenaria (en inglés) - Brigitte Le Juez, Dublin City University, Ireland

"More-than-Human Literary Landscapes: an Ecocritical Perspective"
Speaker
Brigitte Le Juez, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
Moderator
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Amphi Richelieu
10:40-11:55

Sesión plenaria (en español) - Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, París, Francia

"Paisaje memorial: El valle de Cuelgamuros"
Speaker
Helene Dewaele Valderrábano, Sorbonne Université, France
Moderator
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Amphi Richelieu
12:00-12:45

Exposición de innovaciones

Moderator
Julián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo, Estudiante de Doctorado, Doctorado en Gestión y Conservación del Mar, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Room F040
12:00-12:45

Pósteres

Moderator
Isidro Enrique Gallardo Martínez, Profesor de tiempo completo, Educación Especial/Inclusión Educativa, Escuela Normal Fronteriza Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Room F659
12:45-14:00
14:00-15:40

Coloquio

Moderator
Julián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo, Estudiante de Doctorado, Doctorado en Gestión y Conservación del Mar, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Room D664
Colectficción - Trascendiendo las fronteras del yo en la creación: El activismo colectivo como una forma transgresora de enfrentar la creación literaria

Priscilla Gac Artigas, Full Professor, World Languages and Cultures, Monmouth University, New Jersey, United States
Dóra Faix, Profesora, Departamento de Filología Hispánica, Universidad Eötvös Loránd, Hungary
Julia Érika Negrete-Sandoval, Editorial Asst., Editorial , HarperCollins, New York, United States
Gustavo Gac-Artigas, -, Writer/Escritor, New Jersey, United States
Valentín Finol Añez, Student, PhD student, Université Bretagne Occidentale, France

14:00
14:00-15:40

Espacio y paisaje en la literatura

Moderator
Carlos Cazares, Student, Doctoral student: Études Hispaniques , Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint Denis, Paris, France
Room D665
Los rostros de la Nueva Troya: Dos formas de interpretar el paisaje en La tierra purpúrea de William Henry Hudson

Juan Aguerre, Student, Licenciatura en Letras, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay

14:00
El paisaje en la novela de la Revolución Mexicana: Caso de "Pedro Páramo" de Juan Rulfo

José Alberto Ochoa Ramírez, Profesor Investigador, Arquitectura, Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico

14:20
Sobre las estéticas, las historias y los significados en pugna de los monumentos en el espacio público

Manuel Salge Ferro, Docente Investigador , Comunicación Social Periodismo , Universidad Externado de Colombia , Colombia

14:40
15:45-17:25

Escritura, narración, memoria

Moderator
Luciano Aroca, Student, Doctorado en Antropología, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Araucanía, Chile
Room D665
Esto es, fue y será: El uso del archivo para la memoria colectiva e histórica y la curricularización de la extensión

Varenka Parentelli, Profesora Agregada G4, Coordinadora Académica Programa APEX: Coordinadora de posgrado de la FIC, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay

16:05
Proyecto de divulgación de patrimonio cultural intangible - Leyendas de Guanajuato (México): Metodología de caso de estudio

Ma. Eugenia Sanchez Ramos, Profesora, UGU450325KY2 Departamento de Estudios Organizacionales , Universidad de Guanajuato , Guanajuato, Mexico
Carmen Dolores Barroso García
Laura Elena Zarate Negrete, Profesor de Tiempo Completo, Departamento de Estudios Oranizacionales, Universidad de Guanajuato UGU 450325 KY2, Guanajuato, Mexico

16:25
Grasmci contra el neoliberalismo: La relevancia de la cultura para la narrativa neoliberal

Ariel Aravena, Student, Licenciado en Educación y Profesor de Filosofía, Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación, Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile

16:45
15:45-17:25

Identidad, espacio, movimiento

Moderator
Julián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo, Estudiante de Doctorado, Doctorado en Gestión y Conservación del Mar, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Room D664
El desplazamiento forzado en el Estado de Chihuahua (México): La restitución de victimas por desplazamiento forzado

Eduardo Medrano Flores, Maestro de tiempo completo , Secretaría de Investigación y Posgrado de la Facultad de Derecho UACH, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua , Chihuahua, Mexico

15:45
De las entrañas a la superficie: Liderazgos femeninos y desigualdad de género en las minas de México

Laura Elena Zarate Negrete, Profesor de Tiempo Completo, Departamento de Estudios Oranizacionales, Universidad de Guanajuato UGU 450325 KY2, Guanajuato, Mexico
Juan Iván Vázquez García
Ma. Eugenia Sanchez Ramos, Profesora, UGU450325KY2 Departamento de Estudios Organizacionales , Universidad de Guanajuato , Guanajuato, Mexico

16:25
15:45-17:25

Proyecciones de perfiles sociales y políticas públicas

Moderator
Isidro Enrique Gallardo Martínez, Profesor de tiempo completo, Educación Especial/Inclusión Educativa, Escuela Normal Fronteriza Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Room E655
Surgimiento del primer movimiento lésbico-homosexual en México : El caso de FHAR, LAMBDA y OIKABETH

Claudia Lineth Bello Pérez, Student, SOCIOLOGÍA , UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO , Distrito Federal, Mexico

15:45
Estudio de los perfiles motivacionales durante el confinamiento debido a la COVID-19: Relación con la satisfacción docente, la soledad y los afectos

Silvia Fuentes De Frutos, Professor, Education, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, France
Victor Renobell Santaren, Profesor, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, La Rioja, Spain

16:05
Ampliación de la base de contribuyentes en México: Regímenes fiscales

Gabriel de la Rocha Ordaz, Professor, Facultad de Contaduría y Administración, Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico

16:45
Seguridad humana, paz territorial y crímenes ambientales en Río Quito y Quibdó, Chocó (Colombia)

William Farfan Moreno, Docente investigador, Departamento de Humanidades y Formación Integral, Universiddad Santo Tomas, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia
Elkin Aleixi Ballesteros Guerrero, Docente, Humanidades, Universidad Santo Tomas , Colombia
Paola Jessenia Moreno Corzo, Docente investigadora, Departamento de Humanidades y Formación Integral, Universiddad Santo Tomas, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia
Wilson Hernando Soto Urrea, Profesor , Departamento de Humanidades y Formación Integral, Universidad Santo Tomás, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia
Andres Inampues, Professor, Departamento de Humanidades, Universidad Santo Tomás, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

17:05
17:00-18:00

Mesa redonda (sólo online)

"Formas de conocimiento en las humanidades"
Moderator
Marta Silvera Roig, Researcher, English Studies, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
08:30-09:00

Mesa de inscripción abierta

Sorbonne Universite, Faculte des Lettres. Dirección: 17, Rue de la Sorbonne
09:00-09:10
Amphi Guizot
09:10-10:10

Sesión plenaria (en inglés) - Bernard Franco, Faculté des lettres, Sorbonne Université, France

"The Landscape as Image of Fiction: about a Literary Knowledge"
Speaker
Bernard Franco, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
Moderator
Asun López-Varela Azcárate, Assoc. Prof., English Department, Complutense University Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Amphi Guizot
10:40-11:55

Investigación y docencia

Moderator
Isidro Enrique Gallardo Martínez, Profesor de tiempo completo, Educación Especial/Inclusión Educativa, Escuela Normal Fronteriza Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Room D664
Hábitos de trabajo, cualidades personales y competencias investigativas con el uso de TIC para el desarrollo de investigaciones en estudiantes de posgrado

Aleixandre Brian Duche Pérez, Docente, Facultad de Ciencias Histórico Sociales, Escuela Profesional de Antropología, Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, Arequipa, Peru
Fanny Miyahira Paredes Quispe

11:00
10:40-11:55

Competencias discursivas

Alexander Ramirez Espinosa, Professor, School of Language Sciences, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Room D665
Estrategias prácticas para fomentar la Competencia Metafórica (CM) en el aula ELE

Tanya de Hoyos, Spanish Teacher, Spanish, Defense Language Institute, California, United States

10:40
Paisaje lingüístico, educación y humanidades clásicas: Latín vivo en la calle

María Águeda Moreno Moreno, Profesora Titular de Universidad, Filología Española, Universidad de Jaén, Jaén, Spain
Sara Cabezas Moreno, Student, Filología Clásica, Universidad, Sevilla, Spain

11:20
12:10-13:25

Las humanidades digitales y sus aspectos tecnológicos

Moderator
Isidro Enrique Gallardo Martínez, Profesor de tiempo completo, Educación Especial/Inclusión Educativa, Escuela Normal Fronteriza Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Room D665
Los derechos de autor en el contexto de las humanidades digitales: El caso del Archivo Fotográfico México Indígena del IISUNAM

Jesus Garcia Perez, Professor, Photo Library | Research Institute for Social Sciences, UNAM, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, Universidad Nacional Atónoma de México (UNAM). , Distrito Federal, Mexico

12:10
Una nueva experiencia en la divulgación de las humanidades : La redistribución del conocimiento

Rafael Ángel Figueroa Perea/Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, General Director, Dirección General de Divulgación de las Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico

12:30
12:50
12:10-13:25

Aplicaciones prácticas y artísticas

Moderator
Carlos Cazares, Student, Doctoral student: Études Hispaniques , Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint Denis, Paris, France
Room D664
El caminante contemporáneo - Práctica vanguardista y revolucionaria: Caminar como recurso narrativo y de aprehensión del paisaje urbano y natural

Francisco De Borja De Torres Delgado, Teacher of Primary Education & investigator of NEYLA (UPSA) Salamanca. Spain, Department of Education & Department of Social and human sciencies, Spanish Council of Educacition. Junta de educación de Castilla y León, Salamanca, Spain

12:10
Evaluación por pares en un curso de escritura creativa en inglés: Foco y posicionamiento de los revisores

Alexander Ramirez Espinosa, Professor, School of Language Sciences, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Sol Colmenares, Full Professor, Foreign Languages Department, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia

12:50
13:25-14:40
14:40-15:55

Desarrollo de competencias lingüísticas

Moderator
Carlos Cazares, Student, Doctoral student: Études Hispaniques , Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint Denis, Paris, France
Room D664
Detección de retraso en el desarrollo del vocabulario en niños mexicanos entre 18-35 meses de edad

Isidro Enrique Gallardo Martínez, Profesor de tiempo completo, Educación Especial/Inclusión Educativa, Escuela Normal Fronteriza Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

15:00
Presencia de léxico culle y quechua en el castellano andino de Cajabamba : Un estudio sociolingüístico

Emérita Escobar Zapata, profesora pregrado y posgrado, Departamento de Ciencias Humanas, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina / Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Peru

15:20
14:40-15:55

Aspectos sociales y culturales

Moderator
Julián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo, Estudiante de Doctorado, Doctorado en Gestión y Conservación del Mar, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
Room D665
La familia multiespecie como otra categoría de familia : Los animales como miembros de la familia

Diana Carolina Barreto Cardoso, Student, PhD Student, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

14:40
Apicultura de conservación en la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta: Entramados, transformaciones y devenires inter-especie

Luciano Aroca, Student, Doctorado en Antropología, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Araucanía, Chile

15:00
Identidad y transfotografía en Colombia: Una genealogía de las prácticas fotográficas subalternas

Norman Esteban Gil Reyes, Professor, Arts, Antonio Nariño University, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia
Gigiola Caceres, Profesora, Facultad de Artes, Universidad Antonio Nariño, Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

15:20
16:00-17:15

Literatura

Moderator
Alexander Ramirez Espinosa, Professor, School of Language Sciences, Universidad del Valle, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Room D664
La naturaleza en la poesía española contemporánea

Joanna Studzińska, Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish Studies, Institute of Romance Languages and Literatures, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

16:00
Influencia de las cantos populares españoles en la traducción de Konstantin Balmont sobre la obra de Marina Tsvetáieva

Tatjana Portnova, Profesora Sustituta, Filología Eslava, Universidad de Granada, Spain
Svetlana Maliavina, profesora, Filología Alemana y Filología Eslava, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

16:20
16:00-17:15

Imagen e identidad

Moderator
Luciano Aroca, Student, Doctorado en Antropología, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Araucanía, Chile
Room D665
La tecnorresistencia en la disputa por la cultura digital: Del discurso hegemónico a las prácticas locales ante la violencia

Octavio Tixtha López, Student, Maestro en Gestión de la Convivencia en la Escuela. Violencia, Derechos Humanos y Cultura de Paz, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Mexico

16:00
La intención documental: Procesos de investigación, producción y participación aplicados a la producción de documentales interactivos

Carlos Saldaña Ramírez, PROFESOR - INVESTIGADOR, DIVISIÓN DE CIENCIAS DE LA COMUNICACIÓN Y DISEÑO, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA METROPOLITANA, Distrito Federal, Mexico

16:20
La educación emocional y su impacto en la felicidad y en la enseñanza de las humanidades

Yaneth Beltran Peña, DOCENTE INVESTIGADORA, FACULTAD DE MEDIO AMBIENTE Y RECURSOS NATURALES , UNIVERSIDAD DISTRITAL FRANCISCO JOSE DE CALDAS , Distrito Capital de Bogotá, Colombia

16:40
17:15-17:45