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THURSDAY 20 JULY

TIME

 

WELCOME TO COUNTRY & TO THE CONFERENCE

THE J.B.R LECTURE THEATRE AUSTRALIAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

GATE 11 BOTANY STREET, KENSINGTON

10.30-11.00

11.00-11.30

 

MORNING TEA

11.30-12.00

 

ROOM—MORVEN BROWN G5

 

ROOM—MORVEN BROWN G6

 

ROOM—MORVEN BROWN G7

Prof. Michael Kenneally

Images that Memory Begets: Home and Away in Frances Stewart’s Our Forest Home

Prof. Ciaran Murray

The Abominable Lamp-post: Yeats and Morris

Prof. Joan Dean

George Fitzmaurice’s Artist Obsessives

12.00-12.30

Brian Cliff

Anne Enright and Emma Donoghue: The Desire to Belong in Contemporary Irish Fiction

Dr. Edward MarxYone Noguchi in Yeats’s Japan

Prof. Peter Harris

From Stage to Page: Images of Ireland in the Reflections of the London Theatre Critics

12.30-1.00

Dr. Patrick Lonergan

Monologue in 1990s Irish Theatre: Intention, Intertextuality, Internationalization

A/Prof. Anna Fattori

A genuinely funny German farce’ turns into a very Irish play, The Broken Jug (1994): John Banville’s adaptation of Heinrich von Kleist’s Der zerbrochene Krug (1807)

Tony Earls

Echoes of The Colleen Bawn

1.00-1.30

Prof. Rina Kikuchi

A Reality Distinct from the Actual: An Alternative World in the Poetry of Walter de la Mare and Matthew Sweeney

Christopher Thomson

‘Father, the gate is open’: intertextuality and the drama of masculinity in John Banville’s fiction

Dr. Pamela O’Neill

Lost Infants in the Irish Psyche

1.30-2.45

 

LUNCH

2.45-3.15

Prof. Jose Lanters

Intertextuality in Eilis Ni Dhuibhne’s Summer Pudding

Prof. Coilin Parsons

Word Maps: J.M. Synge’s prose writings and the Ordnance Survey

Prof. Neil Murphy

John Banville’s Intratextual Fantasies

3.15-3.45

Dr. Cliona O Gallchoir

Fact, Fiction and Intertextuality in Joseph O’Connor’s The Star of the Sea

Dr. Eamonn Hughes

At Swim-Two-Birds in the age of mechanical reproduction

Joakim Wrethed

The Tissue, Flesh and Blood of the Intertext in John Banville’s The Book of Evidence

3.45-4.15

AFTERNOON TEA

4.15-5.15

 

OFFICIAL OPENING — JEFFARES MEMORIAL LECTURE

 

CONSULAR RECEPTION 7.00 for 7.30 at 400 George Street, Sydney

FRIDAY 21 JULY

TIME

ROOM MB G5

ROOM MB G6

ROOM MBG7

10.00-10.30

Giovanna Tallone

Dark Spaces. ‘Emma Brown’ by Clare Boylan and/or Charlotte Bronte

Prof. Michael Lynch

‘Worthy of the New Ireland’: Reading Joyce’s Dubliners in the light of changing critical perceptions

Prof. Daniel Jernigan

Flann O’Brien’s Faustian Accomplishments, From Faustus Kelly to The Third Policeman

10.30-11.00

Yulia Pushkarevskaya

“Intertextual Consciousness in Jennifer Johnston: 'All those people whose words fill my head’”

Dr. Stephen McLaren

A Portrait of young Joyce: the endless knot and the Mangan imagination

Prof. James Cahalan

Women's Intertextualities versus Men's Anxieties of Influence in Somerville and Ross, Samuel Beckett, and Flann O'Brien.

11.00-11.30

MORNING TEA

11.30-12.00

Dr. Rhona Kenneally

Spatial Reproductions of The Quiet Man: The Quiet Man Museum in Mayo, Ireland, as an interactive enactment of text and film

Prof. Vivian Lynch

‘Crimson the face of shame’: Marina Carr’s Ariel reconstitutes Greek Tragedy

Dr. John Menaghan

The Female James Joyce? James Joyce, Maeve Brennan and the Begetting of Fictional Dublin

12.00-12.30

Fionna Barber

Farset, Gomorrah and Kilburn: Reading Diasporic Queer Identities and Irish painting in 1950s London

Dr. Patricia Lynch

The ancient world in an Irish bog: intertextuality and Hiberno-English in Irish versions of the classics

Jared Lesser

‘If the man in the moon was a jew, jew, jew’: Unearthing anti/Jewish iconology in Ulysses

12.30-1.30

PLENARY — LES MURRAY    J.B.R. LECTURE THEATRE

1.30-2.45

LUNCH

2.45-3.15

Prof. C.L. Innes

Ned Kelly in Dialogue with Irish Literature and Culture

Prof. Kevin O’Connor

‘You could not have a green rose’: Joyce’s and Deane’s rewriting of Yeats’s Irish symbol

Dr. Julie-Ann Robson

Poetry and propaganda: Oscar Wilde’s post-trial writings

3.15-3.45

Dr. Anthony Hughes

"Who does he think he is?": An intertextual reading of Roy Keane's biography'

Dr. Masaya Shimokusu

Dublin Bohemia

Prof. Linda Wong

‘Tracing the Textual Web’ of Oscar Wilde in a Chinese Context

3.45-4.15

 

AFTERNOON TEA

6.15pm

CONFERENCE DINNER — Harbour Cruise  Captain Cook III

6.15pm boarding Darling Harbour King’s Street Warf No:9

SATURDAY 22 JULY

TIME

ROOM MB G5

ROOM MB G6

ROOM MBG7

10.00-10.30

Prof. Maureen Murphy

The Land War in Irish Literature

Dr. Anne Jamison

The ‘accident of being a writer’: locating the archival/authorial subject in Kate O’Brien’s unpublished life-writing

Jennifer Beckett

‘Whose accent is that anyway?’

10.30-11.00

Dr. Irene Lucchitti

Iceland Fishermen and the Islands of Ireland

Dr. Connor Johnston

Revisiting the Western Australian Poems of John Boyle O’Reilly

Dr. Gary Pearce

The Irish Modernist Structure of Feeling

11.00-11.30

MORNING TEA

11.30-12.00

Dr. Cliona Ni Ríordáin

Intertextuality and the Ethics of Translation

Dr. Stephanie Schwerter

Word city vs. real city: Belfast between reality and fiction

Dr. Dominique Seve

Lord Dunsany: The Ghosts of the Past

12.00-12.30

Prof. Britta Olinder

The Literary tradition in John Hewitt’s Poetry

Caitlin McGuinness

Absence on display: David Park’s Swallowing the Sun

Jerry Nolan

The Irishry in Tom Moore’s Lalla Rookh

12.30-11.30

PLENARY — TOM KENEALLY    J.B.R. LECTURE THEATRE

1.30-2.45

LUNCH

2.45-3.15

Prof. Shaun Richards

‘“God, wouldn’t they hop!”: Synge and the “Savage God”’

Dr. Emilie Pine

Street fighting, ceremonial hats and the Spanish Civil War: Brian Friel and Arnold Wesker

Prof. Marthine Satris

The Boland Effect: Writing After Outside History

 

3.15-3.45

Beatriz Bastos

Re-presenting the Irish Dramatic Tradition: Two Plays by Vincent Woods

Prof. Andries Wessels

Conceptual intertextuality: Marlene van Niekerk’s Agaat as an Afrikaans Big House novel

Prof. Naoko Toraiwa

Marvell or Eliot: Hyperbole needed: Influence of Metaphysical Poets in Medbh McGuckian’s Captain Lavender

 

3.45-4.15

AFTERNOON TEA

 

4.15-5.15

EXECUTIVE MEETING — MORVEN BROWN 112

4.15-4.45

Dr. Matthew Ryan

The Influence of the World: John Banville’s material epiphanies and the reterritorialisation of the self

 
 

 

OPERA — TURANDOT

SUNDAY 23 JULY

TIME

PLENARY — DAVID MALOUF    J.B.R. LECTURE THEATRE

10.00-11.00

11.00-11.30

MORNING TEA

11.30-12.00

ROOM MB G5

ROOM MB G6

ROOM MB G7

Dr. Rui Homem

The Sinuous and the Straight: Diction and Gaze in Ciaran Carson’s Ekphrastic Writing

Prof. Noriko Ito

An intertextual reading of Brian Moore

Prof. Patricia Trainor de la Cruz

“‘Norn Iron’ and Seamus Heaney”

12.00-12.30

Nigel Hunter

‘The wind blows hard from our past’: Anxiety and Influence in Berryman’s Irish Dream Songs

Dr. Danine Farquharson

My Two Dads: Roddy Doyle Under the Influence of Joyce and O’Casey

Dr. Karen Moloney

Homage to Dionysus: Heaney’s Sweeney, Orpheus, and Wilmington Giant

 

12.30-1.00

Prof. Ken’ichi Matsumura

The Severing Seas: The Structure of Sailing from Bran to Yeats

Dr. Dawn Duncan

Across the Ages and Into the West: The White Horse Myth Still Travels

Prof. Frank Molloy

The Anxiety of History: Sebastian Barry’s A Long Long Way

 

1.00-1.30

Dr. Wei H. Kao

Voices from the Irish margin: Sean O’Casey’s The Shadow of a Gunman and Christine Reid’s Joyriders

Prof. Laura O’Connor

From Douglas Hyde to Mike Mignola: the improbable resurfacings of Teig O'Kane's corpse

Dr. Mark Phelan

Temenos, Trauma, Topography and Photography: Remembering “The

Disappeared”

 

1.30-2.45

LUNCH

2.45-3.45

AGM to be FOLLOWED BY WELCOME TO 2007 IASIL, AFTERNOON TEA & CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

 

3.45-4.15

 

AFTERNOON TEA

4.15 ff

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