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Sunday, August 8, 2004




12:00pm-7:00pm Registration: InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel


7:00pm-9:00pm Reception: Cash Bar, InterContinential Grand Stanford Hotel




Monday, August 9, 2004


8:00am-9:00am: REGISTRATION: Hong Kong Polytechnic University Conference Center Rotunda




9:00am-9:30am: Welcoming Remarks:  (Jockey Club Auditorium)


Mabel Hung, Senior Manager – Business Development, Hong Kong Tourism Board


Edward K. Y. Chen, President, Lingnan University


Koji Kawamoto, President, International Comparative Literature Association:


9:30am – 10:30am GENERAL ASSEMBLY (I)




10:30am-11:00am: COFFEE BREAKMonday, August 9, 2004, 11:00am – 12:30pm


Special Topics #1: Writers Who Were Considered to Have Gone Native (MB1)


Convenor: Hirakawa Sukehiro


Sugawara Katsuya (University of Tokyo): "Preliminary Remarks: Writers Who Were Considered to Have 'Gone Native'"        (MB1) 

 

Umemoto Junko (Nihon University): "Lafcadio Hearn as a Wanderer"        (MB1)


Nishihara Daisuke (University of Hiroshima): "Nakajima Atsushi, Writer on the Margin of the Japanese Empire"       (MB1)


Workshop #2: A New Concept of World Literature: Cross-cultural Intertextuality (MB2)


Organizer: Fokkema, Douwe


Wong, Lisa Lai-ming (Chinese University of Hong Kong); “Epiphany in Echoland: Cross-Cultural Intertextuality in Yang Mu’s Poetics and Poetry” (MB2)


Li, Xia (University of Newcastle, Australia): “Cross-Cultural Intertextuality in Gao Xingjian’s Novel Lingshan(MB2)


Yoon, Ho-Byeong (Chuqye University for the Arts, Seoul): “Rilke: Many Faces of Hidden God Reflected in Modern Korean Poetry” (MB2)


Special Workshop #14: East Asian Comparative Literature History (MB3)

Theoretical Studies:


Convenor: Koji Kawamoto


Kim, Sang-tae (Ehwa Womans University, Seoul): “Understanding the Cultural Diversities” (MB3)

Juan, Xueyan (Qinghua University, Beijing): “A Survey of Studies in Classical Literature in 20th Century China and Japan” (MB3)


Workshop #9: Anti- and Neo-Realism in 20th Century Literature (MB4)


Workshop Organizers: Baron, Christine and Engel, Manfred


Baron, Christine (Sorbonne Nouvelle): “Réalisme et antiréalisme: une généalogie complexe” (MB4)


Bogumil, Sieghild-Notz (Ruhr-Universität Bochum): “'Laquelle est la vraie?' Quelques réflexions à propos de la réalité en poésie” (MB4)


Schulze, Holger (Universitaet der Kunst Berlin): “Realism as Efficacy: On the Tectonic of Texts in the Web” (MB4)


Workshop #1: Modernist Terrain(s): Landscapes, Settings, Spaces (MB5)


Workshop Organizers: Manfred Schmeling / Monika Schmitz-Emans


Schmeling, Manfred (Universität des Saarlandes) and Schmitz- Emans, Monika (Ruhr-Universität Bochum): Introduction (MB5)


Bessière, Jean (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III): “‘Paysage’, ‘Pathetic fallacy’, littératures modernes” (B) (MB5)


Gillespie, Gerald E. P. (Stanford University): “‘Traveling into the Abyss’” (MB5)


Workshop #3, Literature and Culture in Latin America from a Comparative Perspective (MB6)

Workshop Organizer: Carvalhal, Tania


Block de Behar, Lisa (Universidad de la Republica): “Comparative Literature as American Way of Life” (MB6)


Coutinho, Eduardo de Faria (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro): “Comparative Literature in XXIst Century Latin America” (MB6)


Bittencourt, Gilda (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul): “Comparative Literature in Latin America and the Critical Discourse of Decolonization” (MB6)


Workshop #11, Cultural Translation, Adaptation and Resistance: The Multicultural Transformation and the Imperialism in Modern East-Asia (MB7)


Workshop Organizers: Masazumi Araki / Yoshihara Yukari


Masazumi, Araki (University of Tsukuba): “Introduction”

Tierney, Robert (Stanford University): “Japan’s Discovery of Savages in the South” (MB7)

Saito Hajime (Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine): “A Critical Translation of Heart of Darkness in Imperial Japan” (MB7)

Hibi Yoshitaka (Kyoto University of Education): “Meiji in America: Emergence of Japanese Enclaves and Issei Writers’ Literature” (MB7)


Workshop #10, Intercultural Approaches to Higher Narrative (MB8)

Workshop Organizers: Mineke Schipper / Steven Shankman


Schipper, Mineke (University of Leiden) / Shankman, Steven (University of Oregon): Project descriptions. (MB8)


Yang Enhong (Institute of Ethnic Literature, CASS): “Features of Tibetan Oral Tradition as Seen Through Epic King Gesar” (MB8)


Chao Gejin (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences): “Formulaic Diction in Mongolian Epic Singing” (MB8)


Workshop #6 Mutability Around the World (MB9)


Workshop Organizer: David Hertz / Eugene Eoyang


Parry, Joseph (Brigham Young University): "Parody, Mobility, and Judgment in Edmund Spenser's Mutabilitie Cantos." (MB9)


Sirbulescu, Emil (University of Craiova): "Time, Change, and the Challenge of Translation: The Example of Mihai Eminescu," (MB9)


Ricapito, Joseph (Louisiana State University): "Mutability: The Case of Francisco de Quevedo y Villegas." (MB9)


Workshop #7 Facing the Other, Othering the Face: Passing-for and Doubling (MB10)


Workshop Organizer: Vladimir Biti


Ding, Ersu (Lingnan University): “Literary Appropriation Against Changing Notions of the ‘Other’” (MB10)


Curran, Beverley (Aichi Shukutoku University): “Performances of the Translator within Literature” (MB10)


Biti, Vladimir (University of Zagreb): Othering Whose Face? Levinas vs. Foucault” (MB10)


Roundtable #1, End and ends of poetry to-day/Fin et finalités de la poésie aujourd'hui (MB11)


Moderator/Modérateur: Bessiere, Jean (Paris) (MB11)


Deguy, Michel (Paris) (MB11)


Matsura, Hisaki (Tokyo) (MB11)



Roundtable #2, China’s Re-encounter with the West: The Cross-Fertilization of Research Models for Translation (MB12)

Organizers: Xie, Tianzhen (Shanghai International Studies University)

Chan, Tak-hung Leo (Lingnan University)

Xie, Tianzhen (Shanghai International Studies University) (MB12)

Chan, Tak-hung Leo (Lingnan University) (MB12)

Ding, Xin (Fudan University) (MB12)



Roundtable #3, Studies of the Image of the Foreign: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (MB13)

Organizers: Meng, Hua / Zhou, Xiaoyi (Peking University)


Han, Jiaming (Peking University): “Different Images of the Other in Some 18th-Century Novels: Robinson Crusoe, Gulliver’s Travels, Tom Jones, and The Dream of Red Mansions” (MB13)


Zhang, Yuan (Peking University): “Irving Babbitt in Xue Heng(MB13)


Lin, Qingxin (Peking University): “Historicising the Body and Embodying History: A Comment on Ge Fei's New Historical Fictions (MB13)


Roundtable #4, Reciprocal Cognition in Multicultural Context (MB14)


Organizer: Liu, Xiangyu (Beijing Normal University)


Liu, Xiangyu (Beijing Normal University): “Jung and Chinese Culture” (MB14)


Zhao, Yifan (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, CASS): “Sino-US West” (MB14)


Guo, Hong’an (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, CASS): “Camus and Chinese Culture” (MB14)


Roundtable #5, The Changing Order of Things (MB15)


Organizer: Liu Dong


Saussy, Haun (Stanford University): “Some Tricky Words: Paradigm, Culture, Discourse.” (MB15)


Chen, Pingyuan (Peking University) (MB15)


Liu, Dong (Peking University) (MB15)


Roundtable #6, The Writings of Chinese Diaspora and the Poetics of Memory (MB16)


Organizers: Rao, Pengzi / Fei, Yong (Jinan University)


Cheng, Aimin (Nanjing Normal University) (MB16)


Rao, Pengzi (Jinan University) (MB16)


12:30PM-2:00pm. LUNCH BREAK


Monday, August 9, 2004, 2:00pm – 3:30pm


Special Topics #1, Writers Who Were Considered to Have ‘Gone Native’ (MC1)


Convenor: Sadahiro Suzuki


Kato, Daniela (University of Oporto): “The Great Pleasure of Suffering: Melancholia and Empire in the Late Writings of Wenceslau de Moraes” (MC1)


Sung, Hae-Kyong (Seoul Women‘s University): °Okakura Kakuzo and his Ambivalence toward Japan and the West° (MC1)


Suzuki, Sadahiro (Ochanomizu University): “‘The Marriage of East and West’: Bernard Leach as a Cultural Pilgrim” (MC1)


Workshop #2: A New Concept of World Literature: Cross-cultural Intertextuality (MC2)


Convenor: Fokkema, Douwe


Van Coller, Hennie (Universiteit van die Vrystaat, Bloemfontein): “Literature in a New Era: Revisiting the Tradition” (MC2)


Festic, Fatima (University of California, Los Angeles): “It is first ‘When We Dead Awaken…’: On Shoshana Felman and Edward Said.” (MC2)


Special Workshop #14: East Asian Comparative Literature History (MC3)


Westernization, Modernization and Literature


Convenor: Koji Kawamoto


Liu, Jianhui (International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto): “Colonialism and Quasi-Colonialism in East Asia” (MC3)


Haga Toru (Kyoto College of Design and Art, Kyoto): “Awakening of the East: Japanese Intellectuals’ Response to the Western ‘Invasion’” (MC3)


Workshop #9: Anti- and Neo-Realism in 20th Century Literature (MC4)


Workshop Organizers: Engel, Manfred and Baron, Christine


Ahn, Mun-Yeong (Chungnam National University): “The Stories of Bak Ji Won (1737-1805): Pragmatic Realism Directed against the Confucian Nobility in 18th-Century Korea” (MC4)


Symington, Miceala (Nice): “Anti-realism and the Image: From Symbolism to Surrealism” (MC4)


Engel, Manfred (Universitaet des Saarlandes): “Forms and Functions of Anti-Realism in the Literature of High Modernism” (MC4)


Workshop #1: Modernist Terrain(s): Landscapes, Settings, Spaces (MC5)


Workshop Organizers: Manfred Schmeling and Monika Schmitz-Emans


Giacomoni, Paola (Università di Trento): “From locus amoenus to locus horridus in modern Europe” (MC5)


Capeloa Gil, Isabel (Universidade Católica Portuguesa): “Nemesis’ City. Urban Casualties and the Modernist Novel” (A) (MC5)


Workshop #3, Literature and Culture in Latin America from a Comparative Perspective (MC6)

Workshop Organizer: Carvalhal, Tania


Rodrigues, Sara (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul): “Comparativism and Translation Studies on the 80’s and 90’s Latin America” (MC6)


Lobo, Luiza (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) “The Philosophy of R. Rorty and the Fate of Latin America in the Field of Literature and Culture” (MC6)


Workshop #11, Cultural Translation, Adaptation and Resistance: The Multicultural Transformation and the Imperialism in Modern East-Asia (MC7)


Workshop Organizers: Araki Masazumi / Yoshihara Yukari


Namigata Tsuyoshi (University of Yamaguchi Prefecture): “Harbin and Japanese Modernists” (MC7)

Wu, Peichen (University of Tsukuba): “The Transformation of Women’s Issue in Occupied Shanghai-Women’s Literature in Propaganda Magazines and the Reader’s Column of Nu-Sheng” (MC7)


Workshop #10, Intercultural Approaches to Oral Literature (MC8)


Workshop Organizers: Mineke Schipper and Steven Shankman


Yin Hubin (Institute of Ethnic Literature, CASS): “The Concept of Text in Oral Poetics”(MC8)


Li Lianrong (Institute of Ethnic Literature, CASS): “On Some Features of Distribution and performance of Epic King Gesar in Tibetan Region” (MC8)


Banerjee, Anindita (Cornell University): “Higher Narrative under Fire: The Epic in Contemporary Indian Media” (MC8)


Workshop #7 Facing the Other, and Othering the Face: Barbarians, Monsters and Border Operators (MC9)


Workshop Organizer: Vladimir Biti


Stockhammer, Robert (Zentrum für Literaturforschung): “Waiting for the Barbarismos: An African Reading of/in the Rhetoric Tradition” (MC9)


Faessel, Sonia (University of New Caledonia): “Supra-human Creatures in Science Fiction and the ‘fantastique’: The Other in the Face, the Powers and the Limits of Humankind (MC9)


Gupta, Seemantini (Jadavpur University): “The Significant Other: Sexworkers in Post-1947 Indian Fictions” (MC9)


Roundtable #2, End and ends of poetry to-day / Fin et finalités de la poésie aujourd'hui (MC10)


Moderator/Modérateur: Jean BESSIERE (Paris) (MC10)


Linda M. RODRIGUEZ GUGLIELMONI (Puerto Rico) (MC10)


Vladimir KRYSINSKI (Montreal) (MC10)


Roundtable #1, China: Re-encounter with the West: The Cross-Fertilization of Research Models for Translation (MC11)


Organizers: Xie, Tianzhen / Chan, Tak-hung Leo

Fan, Ruoen (Fudan University) (MC11)


Fei, Shudong (Shanghai International Studies University) (MC11)


Li, Xiaojun (Fudan University) (MC11)


Ding, Xin (Fudan University) (MC11)


Liao, Qiyi (Sichuan International University) (MC11)

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