Session 3 – Panels

July 2, 11:00 – 13:00

3A Literary Transcodifications/3

Chair: Lucia Esposito

Katia Trifirò (University of Messina)
From Improvisation to Writing: the Radio Drama Intervista aziendale (Primo Levi e Carlo Quartucci, 1968)
Anne Tomiche (University Paris-Sorbonne)
Transcodifying the Trans: From Virginia Woolf’s Orlando to Katie Mitchell’s
Michela Meschini (University of Macerata)
Interrogating Images: Some Notes on the Affective Turn of Tabucchi’s ‘Iconic Temptation’
Laura Lori (University of Melbourne)
From Homeward Bound to La danza dell’orice: Transcoding in Ubax Cristina Ali Farah’s Writing

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3B Politics of Transcodification

Chair: Lucia Boldrini

Márcio Seligmann-Silva (UNICAMP)
The New Art of Memory in the Digital Age: The Cases of Harun Farocki and Aline Motta
Ipshita Chanda (English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad)
Unclothing the Emperor: Remediation and Resistance
Chandra Mohan
 (General Secretary, Comparative Literature Association of India)
Politics of Transcoding the Ramayana
E.V. Ramakrishnan (Central University of Gujarat)
Trial as Spectacle, Woman as the Missing Subject: Performing Gender in Times of Transgression

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3C Theories and Philosophies of Transcodification/2

Chair: Doriana Legge

Aleksandr Fadeev (University of Tartu)
Inner Speech as Semiotic Mediation of Multimodal Artistic Languages
Fabrizio Deriu (University of Teramo)
Transcodification Between Electracy And Performance. An Insight Into Gregory Ulmer’s “Applied Grammatology”
Dario Tomasello (University of Messina)
The Impossible Transcodification. What If Performance Does Not Deal with Mediascape?

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3D Post-cinema

Chair: Giuseppe Previtali

Mario Tirino (University of Salerno)
The Same Film or Another One? Fansubbing as Resistant Transcodification Practice in the Post-Cinema Age
Arina Medvedeva (Chelyabinsk State University)
Aesthetic Decoding in YouTube Digital Art
Tanushri Barman (Ambedkar University, New Delhi)
The Use of Video-clips in the Visual Kei Online Fandom

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3E Cinematic Transcodifications/2

Chair: Mirko Lino

Angelo Grossi (University of Ca’ Foscari, Venice)
A Calendar of Eye-Pod Poems: Jonas Mekas and the 365 Day Project
Saumya Mani Tripathi (Aminity University of Nodia)
The Many Lives of AZAADI. Performing the Idea of Freedomin Indian Resistance Movements
Karol Jóźwiak (University of Lodz)
WWII Trauma Transcodified in Cinema: The Case of Michał Waszynski’s Italian Films
Sara Tongiani (University of Udine)
The Trans-medial Perspective of Metamorphosis

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3F Transcodifications in/of the Ancient World/2

Chair: Laura Lulli

Anna Tsanava (Tbilisi State University)
Re-telling the Tragedy: Cinematic Vision of the Myth of Iphigenia in The Killing of a Sacred Deer by Yorgos Lanthimos
Salvatore Renna (University of L’Aquila/Freie Universität)
“That would be a tragedy”.Yorgos Lanthimos’Cinema Between Metamorphosis and Sacrifice
Mario Valori (Independent Researcher)
Classical Greece Becomes Modern: From Archaic Tales to Magic Mythology

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