The 14th International ‘Culture & Power’ Conference: “Identity and Identification”

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  • 1. The 14th International ‘Culture & Power’ Conference: “Identity and Identification” University of Castilla-La Mancha Facultad de Letras, Ciudad Real, Spain 22-24 April, 2010
  • 2. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME (PROVISIONAL) Thursday, 22nd April 1 08.30-10.00 Registration 10.00-10.30 Conference Inauguration 10.30-11.30 Plenary Lecture 1: “Financial Crises and Ecologies of Belonging.” Prof. Dr. Lawrence Grossberg University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA 11.30-12.00 Coffee Break 12.00-13.30 – Parallel Sessions Session 1 Panel: “The Identity of Cultural Studies” Aliosa Puzar (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Republic of Korea): “Cultural Studies and/on Borders: Identity Beyond Construction(ism).” Idalina Conde (ISCTE-IUL Instituto Universitário de Lisboa ): “Crossed concepts: Identity, Habitus and Reflexivity.” David Walton (U of Murcia, Spain): “Universities for Sale? Bologna: Academic Excellence and/or Free-Market Economic Baloney? The Future of Cultural Studies: Perfomative Politics, Discontent Resistance and (De)Identification.” Session 2 Panel: “Virtual and E-identities” Stacey May Koosel (Estonian Academy of Arts): “Digital Identity: The Private and Public Paradox.” Lorena Nessi (Nottingham Trent University / BBC, U.K.): “Identity and the Use of Social Networks: a Methodological Approach.” Maria Aparecida Padilha Ribeiro and Vera Helena Ferraz de Siqueira (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil): 1 Registration will be open throughout the conference for those unable to register on Thursday.
  • 3. “Identity Construction in Virtual Network: The Desire of the Perfect Body.” Session 3 Panel: “Poetic Personas/Multiple Identities” Ozlem Aydin (Zonguldak Karaelmas University, Turkey): “A Black Voice That is Scottish and Blue”: The Theme of Identity in Jackie Kay’s Poetry.” Sara Meyer (University of Haifa, Israel): “The Pain-Self Nexus in Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘In the Waiting Room’.” Carmen Robertson (University of Regina, Canada): “Poet, Princess, Patriot, Posession.” Session 4 Panel: “African Women and Identity” Bibian Pérez Ruiz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain): “Identity Construction of African Women in Literature: From Colonized Beings to Authoritative Voices.” Isabel Gil Naveira (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain): “La auto-reafirmación de la identidad femenina africana en la novela Kehinde de Buchi Emecheta”. Session 5 Panel: “The Construction of Gender Identities” (I) Pedro Álvarez-Mosquera (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain): “Construyendo identidad: la masculinidad y la música rap”. Josep María Armengol (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “Que(e)rying Heterosexuality, Race-ing Whiteness: Re- Visions of Heterosexuality and Whiteness in James Baldwin’s Works.” Helena Ferraz de Siquiera, Glória de Fátima Rocha and Imira Fonseca de Azevedo (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil): “Identities Construction Among Nurses in a Brazilian Public University: Gender and other Marks of Difference.” 13:30-14:00 Book Presentation
  • 4. 13.30-16.00 Break and Lunch 16.00-17.30 – Parallel Sessions Session 6 Panel: “Theorising Identities and Identification Processes” (I) Jim Block (DePaul University in Chicago, USA): “Identification and the Project of Post-modern Identity.” Mojgan Rahbari (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Ontario, Canada): “Researcher’s Insider/Outsider Identity Dilemma in Cross-cultural Research.” Rafael Luis Pompeia Gioielli (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil): “Heading towards a Liquid Identity.” Session 7 Panel: “Virtual and E-identities” (II) Adrienne Shaw (University of Pennsylvania, USA): “Identity, Identification and Media Representation: A Reception Study of Video Game Audiences.” Valentina Gueorguieva (University of Sofia “St.Kliment Okhridski,” Bulgaria): Subcultural Styles/Ideologies on the Market of Identities Punks, Heavy Metals, Emos, Hip-hoppers and Free-runners as Internet Subcultures.” Session 8 Panel: Images of the Other: Identity, Representation and Travel Tales Andrea Limberto Leite (University of São Paulo, Brazil): “Strangers in Brazil: The Image of Foreigners in Brazilian Theatre Revues from the eEarly Twentieth Century.” Saikiran Datta (Inst. Pol. Leiria, Portugal): “Towards a Rural Identity.” Ricardo Marín (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): Hetero-image, Self-image, and Power in the English Vision of Spain During the 16th and 17th Centuries.
  • 5. Session 9 Panel: “Perspectives from ‘Down Under’: Identities in Australia” Isabel Fraile Murlán (University of Zaragoza, Spain): “Because a Man is Born in a Stable…” - The Riddle of Australian Identity in Janette Turner Hospital’s The Last Magician.” Monica Turci (University of Bologna, Italy): “Deconstructing the Myth of Terra Nullius. A Cultural-linguistic Analysis of “Migratory” by Les Murray.” Neoparat Tananuraksakul (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia): “Transnational Multiple Identities in Sojourners in an “Imagining Village” in Australia.” Session 10 Panel: “The Construction of Gender Identities” (II) Gracia Trujillo Barbadillo (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “La rebelión de ‘las otras’ o la crítica queer a la identidad feminista.” Vera Helena Ferraz de Siqueira and Marina Cardoso Gondin da Foseca (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil): “Gender, Sexuality and the Emergence of Identities among University Pharmacy Students.” 17.30-18.00 Coffee Break 18.00-20.00 – Parallel Sessions Session 11 Panel: “Theorising Identities and Identification Processes” (II) Senka Anastasova (University of Ss. Cyril & Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia): “Theorizing ‘splited’ identity.” Begonya Sáez Tajafuerce (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain): “Challenging the Self: To Be One’s Other.” Jesús González Fisac (Universidad de Cádiz, Spain): “¿Quién teme a los estudios culturales? La interdisciplinariedad o el problema de la identidad académica) en Judith Butler.” Leticia Sabsay (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina): “Questioning Diversity: Sexual Borders, Identity and Liberal Individuals.”
  • 6. Session 12 Panel: “Translating Identities?” Leila Cristina de Mello Darin (Pontificia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brazil): “Translator’s Representations in the Construction and Transformation of his/her Identity.” Taner Karakoç (Istambul University, Turkey): “The Identity of the Translator in Public Relations Translation Processes.” Session 13 Panel: Images of the Other: Tourism and Representation Grzegorz Moroz (University of Bialystok, Poland): “Anti-tourism and Camp as Strategies of Identity Creation in Evelyn Waugh’s Labels.” Candida Cadavez (Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estéril, Portugal): “The Portuguese Identity Through Tourist Representations during Estado Novo.” Brian M. Goss (Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus, Spain): “’Beyond the Duero’: The Junta de Extremadura’s Tourism Discourse and its Constructions of Identity.” Session 14 Panel: “Insights into Identity Assimilation and Integration Processes” Sara Expósito (Lewis and Clark College Portland, Oregon, USA): “Immigrant Girls at Promise: The Creation of Possible Self Through Writing.” Lasse Thomassen (Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, Madrid, Spain and Department of Politics, Queen Mary, University of London): “The politics of Iterability: Benhabib, Hijab and Agency.” Zvjezdana Topalovic (Institute of Education, University of London, UK): “Identity Formation through Participation in Social Activities.” Ricardo Mendoza Canales (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain): “Towards Post Post-Colonialism? Second Generation Immigrant Writers and the Limits of Post-Colonial Theory.”
  • 7. Session 15 Panel: “Ethnic and National Identity Reconstruction in Postcolonial Africa” Eric Elong Ebolo (Centre Européen des Recherches Internationale et Stratégiques, Brussels, Belgium): “Identity, Ethno- Regionalism and Democratisation in Cameroon: The case of the South West Chiefs Conference (SWECC).” Obinna Ihunna (Federal University of Technology, Imo State, Nigeria): “The Paradox of Minority of a Majority: The Case of the Igbo Nation in Nigeria.” 20.00-21.00 Break 21.00-23.30 Reception by Local Authorities in Ciudad Real
  • 8. Friday, 23rd April 08.30-10.00 – Parallel Sessions Session 16 Panel: “Transnational Perspectives on Filipino Identities” Linda Maram (California State University, USA): “Transnational Filipino Identities: ‘PacMan the Destroyer,’ Boxing Narratives, and Virtual Communities.” Theodore S. Gonzalves (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA): “C.V. — The course of a life.” Ruth M. Tindaan (University of the Philippines, Philippines): “Reconstructing the Igorot Identity in Vernacular Films Produced in the Cordillera.” Session 17 Panel: “Identities in Totalitarian Societies” Mary Ann Dellinger (Virginia Military Institute, U.S.A): “From the Margins: The Construction of Antifascist Feminine Identity in Francoist Spain.” Ángel Galdón Rodríguez (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha): “La destrucción de la identidad cultural en el totalitarismo distópico.” Anabela Valente Simôes (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal): “‘It is not yet resolved’: Postmemories of the Third Reich.” Session 18 Panel: “Media and the Inner World: Psycho-Cultural Approaches to Identity, Identification and Emotionality in Contemporary Media” Caroline Brainbridge (Roehampton University, UK): “Gunning for Ourselves: The Spectacle of Envy and Femininity in the Press.” Hugh Ortega Breton (Roehampton University, UK): “Fear as Identity Construct: The Paranoid Style in Spooks.” Caroline Yates (University of East London, UK): “Media and the Inner World: Mapping the Psycho-Cultural Context and Debates.”
  • 9. Session 19 Panel: “Identity, Nationhood, Nationality” (I) José María Aguilera Manzano (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain): “The Power of Literature in the Cuban Identity Process of Construction.” Rafael Costa (University of Coimbra, Portugal): “Cosmo-polis y Cosmopolitismo: criando y re-criando las identidades en el mundo poscolonial.” Brillian Mhlanga (University of Westminster, UK): “Towards a New Sociology of Ethnicity: Zimbabwe’s Nationalism and the Paradox of Ethnicity.” Session 20 Panel: “The Public and the Private: Power, Politics, and Identity” Ana Clara Birrento (University of Évora, Portugal): “Acts of Mapping: A Cartography of the Self in the Political Autobiography of Cavaco Silva.” Annamari Huovinen (Aalto University School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland): “The professional identity of the Finnish candidates in the European Parliament elections in the elections campaign 2009.” María Helena Saianda and Olga Baptista Gonçalves (University of Évora, Portugal): “The Construction of the Self in the World of Politics: the Case of José Sócrates.” 10:00-11:00 Plenary Lecture 2: “The Uses of British Identity.” Dr. John Storey University of Sunderland, UK 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break 11.30-13.00 – Parallel Sessions Session 21 Panel “Cultural Institutions and Identity Fabrication”
  • 10. Caroline Donnellan (Boston University, British Programmes, London, UK): “Creating the Tate Identity.” Agnes Aljas (University of Tartu, Estonia): “Participation as Possibility for New Identities. Cultural Heritage Institutions in Online Environment.” Branko Šuštar (Slovenian School Museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia): “Museum identities through the history of education: Slovenian School Museum in Ljubljana.” Session 22 Panel: “Identity and Moral Growth: The Dynamics of Gender in Colonial and Postcolonial Britain and America” Silvia Castro Berrego (Universidad de Málaga, Spain): “Identity and Moral Growth in I Been in Sorrows Kitchen and Licked out all the Pots.” Inmaculada Pineda Hernández (Universidad de Málaga, Spain): “On Black Feminism and Contemporary African American Women Playwrights: Shaping Identity through Violence.” María Isabel Romero Ruiz (Universidad de Málaga, Spain): “Identity and Gender Policy: The London Lock Annual Reports, 1833-1837.” Session 23 Panel: “Identity at the Early Stages of Life: Children’s and Youths’ Identification Processes” Airi-Alina Allaste (Tallinn University, Estonia): “Drifting Perception of “Us”. How Young People Construct their Subcultural Identities?” Auba Llompart Pons (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain): “Reversing the Bildungsroman: Horror, Alienation and the Child’s Solitary Quest for an Identity in Neil Gaiman’s Coralin.” Dikmen Yakali-Camoglu (Dogus University, Istanbul, Turkey): “Characters from a Different Story: Narrative Identity and Children's Magazines.”
  • 11. Session 24 Panel: “Identity, Nationhood, Nationality” (II) Roberto Del Valle (Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus, Spain): “The Importance of Community”: Exilic Identities and Collective Loyalties in Raymond Williams’s Border Country.” Violeta Cvetkovska Ocokoljic, Tatjana Cvetkovski and Ana Langovic Milicevic (Megatrend University, Belgrade, Serbia): “Religion and Tradition: Renewal Cultural Identity in Serbia.” Session 25 Panel: “The Public and the Private: Power, Politics, and Identity” (II) Baris Çayli (Universita Di Camerino, Italy): “The Relationship between Power and Perception of Identity: The Case of the Italian Mafioso.” Michele Spanò (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy): “Law as Subjectivation Technique: Reading Class Action with Foucault.” Cristina Georgiana Voicu (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania): “Individual and Collective Identities at the Crossroads of Cultural Politics.” 13.00-14.30 – Parallel Sessions Session 26 Panel: “Asian-American Postcolonial Identities” Sorina Ailiesei (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania): “Negotiating Boundaries of a Genre and of a Dual Identity in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior.” Jerry A. Varsava (University of Alberta, Canada): “Asymmetries of Power: Identity and Voice in Ha Jin’s Fiction” Session 27 Panel: “Jewish Diaspora and Identity” Mª Jesús Fernández Gil (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain): “Remembering as a Means of Repairing Jews’ Damaged Identity.”
  • 12. Christopher L. Schilling (University of Hamburg, Germany): “Jewish Diaspora Identity and the State of Israel in the International.” Session 28 Panel: “Identities and the Media (I)” Virginia Signorini (International University Institute for European Studies in Gorizia, Italy): “Refugees' Identity in the Italian Anti-immigration Era.” Jasper Vanderberghe (Hogeschool Gent, Belgium) and An Van de Casteele (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium): “Referent Identification in Newspaper Discourse on the YPF Takeover by Repsol.” Mauro Wilton de Sousa (University of São Paulo, Brazil): The Belonging to the Common Media Issues: The Identity in Times of Transition.” Session 29 Panel: “Identity and Body Politics” Verónica Rodríguez Morales (University of Murcia, Spain): “Hysterizing’ 30 Years of AIDS: Identity of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAS).” Beth A. Butler (Muskingum University New Concord, USA): “La anorexia como crisis de identidad en la narrativa española”. Fernanda Roberta Daniel da Silva Portronieri and Alexandre Brasil Carvalho da Fonseca (UFRJ, Brazil): “Construcción de la imagen corporal entre los jóvenes de una escuela primaria: una cuestión de identidad y diferencia.”
  • 13. Session 30 Panel: “The Politics of Identity and the Muslim World” Bakhta Abdelhay (University of Mostaganem, Algeria) “The Multifunctionality of Gendered Voice Styles and the Construction of Stances and Identities in MTG community (Algeria).” Kerem Karaosmanoğlu (Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey): “Denationalising Identity: On Non-Muslim Minorities in Urban Turkey.” Melius Sülos (Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey): “Power, Memory and Identity: The Case of the Tenth Anniversary Celebrations of the Turkish Republic.” 14.30-16.00 Break and Lunch 16.00-17.30 – Parallel sessions Session 31 Panel: “Identity and Minorities in Asia” Yvonne M.Campbell and Wilfred Harding ak. Jiee (Centre for Language Studies, University Malaysia Sarawak & Ministry of Education, Malaysia): “Language and Identity: Will The Real Bidayuh Please Stand Up?” Ramesh Aroli (University of Hyderabad, India): “Identity and Identifications: “Inquiring the Construction of Kannada Identity.” Defne Karaosmanoğlu (Bahcesehir University, Turkey): “Food is Good to Re-Think: Complicating Identity Relations through Food Studies.” Session 32 Panel: “Identities in Historical Perspective” (I) Lukasz Hudomięt (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland): “Between Discipline and Desire – The Construction of Sexual Identity under the British Colonial Rule.” Alev Karaduman Baysal (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey): “The Identity of the Gentlewoman in the Eighteenth Century English Novel: A Study in Cultural and Social Identification.” Giovanna Guidicini (University of Edinburgh, UK): “Triumphal Entries, Royal Expectations and Local Awareness: Representing Endangered Urban Identity in XVI Century Edinburgh.”
  • 14. Session 33 Panel: “Identities and the Media (II)” Ine Van Linthout (Erasmus University College, Brussels University Association, Belgium): “The Specific Role of Different Media in Nazi-German Identity Construction.” Thomas E. Ruggiero (University of the West of England, UK) and Kenneth C. C. Yang (University of Texas, USA): “Cultural Pluralism, Ethnic Identity and Media Language Choice.” Paola Bellomi (Università degli Studi di Verona, Italy): “Proceso de identificación y reconocimiento de la identidad: Las estrategias mediáticas a través del ejemplo de la revista Triunfo.” Session 34 Panel: “Race and Gender at the Cultural Crossroads” Fatemeh Azizmohammadi and Mehdi Dehghani (IAU, Arak Branch, Iran): “Concepts of Identity in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.” Mhedi Afrougheh (IAU, Boroujerd Branch, Iran) and Dehghani Shahram (IAU, Arak Branch, Iran): ”Cultural Imperialism and Identity in Alice Walker's Possessing the Secret of Joy.” Shweta Kushal and Evangeline Manickam (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India): “Race: The Colour of Belonging – A Comparative Analysis of Meera Syal’s Anita and Me and Ravinder Randhawa’s A Wicked Old Woman.” Session 35 Panel: “Identity and Hegemonic Practices” (I) Elina Skukina (University of Latvia, Latvia): “Identities in Latvian Picaresque Novel. Change of Identities in Latvian Picaresque Novel.” Juan José Varela Tembra (Instituto Teológico Compostelano, Spain): “Fading away into the Future: Reconsidering Adult – child Relationship in a Discourse of Affect.” Merja De Mattos Parreira (University of Algarbe, Portugal): “Hegemonies of Expatriate Identities in Portuguese English- language Press.”
  • 15. 17.30-18.00 Break 18.00-20.00 Parallel sessions Session 36 Panel: “Mirrors, Memories and Reconstructions: Postmodern Identities” Gabriela Burcea (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain): “Memory as Means of Shaping Identity in Salman Rushdie’s Grimus.” Adriana Yankelevich Kiczkowski (UNED, Spain): “Identidades y nuevo terrorismo en Falling Man de Don DeLillo.” Raquel Farrugia (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “Thresholds and Mirrors: Identity and Alterity in Philip Pullman' s The Subtle Knife.” Daniela Oancea (University of Bucharest, Romania): “Memory and Identity in Evermore by Julian Barnes.” Session 37 Panel: “Identities in Historical Perspective” (II) Mark Cronlund Anderson (University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada): “American Identity, the Frontier Myth, and September 11.” Sylvia Mittler (University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada): “Identity at the Crossroads: Popular Historiography, Alternative Cultural Memory and Greek Humorist Nikos Tsiforos.” Himmet Umunc (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey): “’Malignant and Turban’d:’ The European Constructs of the Turkish Identity in the Early Modern Times and Their Polarizations in Shakespeare.” th Mª Eugenia Sánchez Suárez (UNED, Spain): “‘A Chicken of a Gentleman, and a Tiger of a Lady’: The 18 Century Heroine´s Forgotten Strength and Resourcefulness.”
  • 16. Session 38 Panel: “Imagining Identity: Fantasy, Reality and Resistance” Pollyanna Ruiz (University of Sussex, UK): “Revealing Power: Masked Protest and the Blank Figure.” Horacio Legras (University of California-Irvine, USA): “Fantasy and Ideology in the Study of Revolutions.” Eduardo Barros Grela (Universidade da Coruña, Spain): “Hallucinatory Topographies as Modes of Identity Production in Robert Stone´s Dog Soldiers.” Janani Subramanian (University of Southern California, USA): The Fantastic Mise-en-Scene of Racial Identity Session 39 Panel: “Femininities in Art and Fiction” (I) Beatriz González Moreno (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “Multifaceted Female Representations in Mary Shelley's Tales.” Carme Farré (Universitat de Lleida, Spain): “The Identity of the Woman Detective in Feminist Detective Fiction: The Case of Cornwell’s Scarpetta.” Salvador Faura Sabé (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelaona, Spain): “The Postcolonial Coming of Age of Catalan Literature: Najat El Hachmi and her Search for an Identity in L’últim patriarca (2008).” Mar Ramón Torrijos (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “The Construction of Female Identity in Popular Culture: Bridget Jones’s Postfeminism.” Session 40 Panel: “Identities in Postcolonial Britain” (I) Dina Fedorova (Institute of History and Archaeology, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Ekaterinburg, Russia): “Little England or Multucultural Britain? Postimperialism, Globalization and National Identity Crisis.” Justyna Stępień (University of Lodz, Poland): “Pop Culture Identity Visualized in Selected Works by British Pop Artists.” Laura Torrado Mariñas (Universidade de Vigo, Spain): “The Ties that Bond, the Bonds that Break: The Joy Luck Club as a Cross-cultural Examination of the Diasporic Identity.”
  • 17. Anna Tomczak (University of Białystok, Poland): “A Fantasy of Incorporation: Identity in Gautam Malkani’s Novel Londonstani.” 20.00-21.00 Break 21.00-24.00 Social Programme: Visit to Almagro and Institutional Dinner
  • 18. Saturday, 24th April 08.30-10.00 – Parallel Sessions Session 41 Panel: “Identity, Nationhood, Nationality” Mª Luz Arroyo Vázquez (UNED, Spain): “Leadership and Activism of Coretta Scott King: from Behind Scenes to the Forefront.” Antonia Sagrado (UNED, Spain): “La construcción de la identidad irlandesa en la cultura estadounidense”. Bruno Camús Bergareche and Sara Gómez Seibane (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “Identidad en crisis: País Vasco 1876.” Session 42 Panel: “Performing Identities” Lilian Agwu (University of Ibadan, Nigeria): “Image and Re imaging: The Negotiated Self in Caribbean Postcolonial Drama.” Wendy Holland (University of Western Sydney, Australia): “The circus as a space for negotiating identities and processes of identification in Australia.” Philipp Schulte (Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany): “Private Posing: Fragile Identities and Excentric Self- celebration on the Post-dramatic Stage.”
  • 19. Session 43 Panel: “Identities on the Big Screen: Ethnic Perspectives” Mahdis Azarmandi: “Transnational Cinema – Moving towards the Representation of Hybrid Cosmopolitan Identities.” Elena Oliete (University of Zaragoza, Spain): “Slumdog Millionaire (Boyle, 2008): Identifying National Identities in a Transnational Film.” Guillermo Iglesias Díaz (University of Vigo, Spain): “Fiction Narrative and National Identity: Re-Writing History in Galicia through Film with a Carpenter Pencil.” Session 44 Panel: “Femininities in Art and Fiction (II)” Pilar Muñoz López (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain): “La indagación de la identidad: mujeres artistas en el arte.” Sara Bigardi (University of Barcelona, Spain): “María Zambrano: más allá de las contradicciones, al sentir originario.” Session 45 Panel: “Identities in Postcolonial Britain (II)” Mª José Coperías Aguilar (University of Valencia, Spain): “The Changing Identity of British Broadsheets.” Betsabé Navarro Romero (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain): “Life in the UK: a user’s manual?” 10:00-11:00 Plenary Lecture 3: “Identity and Belonging: Cultural Political Responses to 7/7 in the UK.” Dr. Chris Weedon Cardiff University, UK 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
  • 20. 11.30-13.00 – Parallel Sessions Session 46 Panel: “Más allá de la ‘Unidad en la Diversidad’ Conflicto e identidades desplazadas en la India contemporánea.” Carlos Garrido Castellano (Universidad de de Granada, Spain): “Después de la unidad en la diversidad. Identidad, nación y arte indio contemporáneo”. Virginia Nieto-Sandoval Millán (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija): “Arte e identidad nacional en la India contemporánea. Del renaciendo bengalí a la Escuela de Baroda.” Teresa Segura García (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain): “Recasting Hinduism: Modernity, Religion and Social Reform in Interwar Princely India.” Session 47 Panel: “Towars a Multiplication of Identities in Contemporary Spain” Félix Díaz (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): “Institutional Ethnography and Membership Categorization Analysis on the gypsy side of social life.” Doreen O’Connor Gomez (Whittier College, Whittier, CA, USA): “Un asesino sobre el escenario: Skinheads on the Spanish Stage.” Anindya Raychaudhuri (Cardiff University, UK): “Tracing Identities, Identifying Traces: Memory and Identity in Contemporary Spain.” Session 48 Panel: “Identities on the Big Screen: Gender Perspectives” Chantal Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy (University of Zaragoza, Spain): “Parading flesh and flab? A Critical Reflection on the Socially-constructed Nature of Gender Identity in The Full Monty (Peter Cattaneo, 1997) and Calendar Girls (Nigel Cole, 2003).” Sara Martín Alegre (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain): “Masculinity in Despair: Dan White in Gus Van Sant’s Milk (2008) and Rob Epstein’s The Times of Harvey Milk (1984).” David Muldoon (University Autònoma Barcelona, Spain): “Johnny Cash’s silenced Masculinity in the Biopic Walk The Line.”
  • 21. Session 49 Panel: “Femininities in Art and Fiction (III)” Esther Zaplana (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): Patricia Martín Matas (San Jorge University, Spain): “Re-Reading Angela Carter’s The Snow Child from a post-colonial point of view.” Juan A. Tarancón (University of Zaragoza, Spain): “So Healthy in Her Body and Her Mind”: Juno and the Antisexual Revolution.” Session 50 Panel: “Local Identities in the Global Era” Felicity Hand (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain): “Forging an Identity through Popular Culture: Seggae in Mauritius.” Mª Rosario Piqueras Fraile (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain): “La identidad sureña a través de la obra de Joel Chandler Harris.” Dina Fedorova (Institute of History and Archaeology, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Ekaterinburg, Russia): “Visual Anthropological Aspects of Identity Studies.” 13.00-14.00 IBACS Meeting 14.00-14.30 Conference Closes