Session 6 – Panels

July 3, 15:30 – 17:30

6A Videogames, Narration, and War

Chair: Hans-Joachim Backe

Cecília Nazaré de Lima, Thaïs Flores Nogueira Diniz and Camila Augusta Pires de Figueiredo (Federal University of Minas Gerais)
The Scramble for Africa In New Interpretations: Poetry, Video Game And Music
Yorimitsu Hashimoto (Osaka University)
Suspended or Suspenseful Torture? A History of Rat Torture and Its Transmedial Representations
Giuseppe Previtali (University of Bergamo)
The Gamification of Terror: The Imaginary of Videogames in the Islamic State’s Media Production
Marina Zagidullina (Chelyabinsk State University, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw)
Narration Under Multi-Setting Conditions: Transcoding in Hybrid Media-Forms

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6B Transcodification in/of the Modern World

Chair: Kathy Komar

Paolo Pizzimento (University of Messina)
Liturgy and Theater at the Gates of Dis (Inf. VII, IX). The Divine Comedy as a Transcodification of Medieval Theater
David Sargent (University of Oxford)
Versions of Virgil: The Spectrum of Translation in Sixteenth-Century France
Jessy Simonini (University of Nantes)
Filming the Arthurian Imaginary: Rohmer’s Perceval Le Gallois

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6C Avant-garde and Artist’s Books

Chair: Helga Mitterbauer

Yara Augusto (Federal University of Minas Gerais)
The Playful Creation Process of O perfeito cozinheiro das almas deste mundo, Diary of Oswald de Andrade’s Garçonnière
Katherine Reischl (Princeton University)
Russian Color Pedagogies: Training Chromatic Judgment
Sirshendu Majumdar (Bolpur College, University of Burdwan)
Word into Picture: Doodles of Rabindranath Tagore
Magdalena Sikorska (Kazimierz Wielki University)
The Texture of Stories – The Multiple Use of Fabric and Embroidery in Contemporary Crossover Picturebooks

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6D Adaptation and/as Transcodification/3

Chair: Alessandra Ruggiero

David Anderson (Queen Mary University of London),
Novels on Screen: Brideshead Revisited, Heimat and Anglo-German Cultures of Memory in the 1980s
Emanuele Broccio (University of Paris Nanterre)
My Brilliant Friend: from the Novel to the TV Show, a Process of Mainstreaming
Gianluigi Rossini (University of L’Aquila)
The Transitionality of the Adapted Screenplay Text
Zahra Nazemi (University of Kermanshah/Universidad de Cordoba)
Revitalization of Othello in the Iranian Shahrzad Series

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6E Transcoding Music, Sound and Literature

Chair: Stefania Rimini

Yael Balaban, Naphtali Wagner (Beit Berl College/Hebrew University)
Musical Metaphors as Intermedial References
Giulia Bigongiari (University of L’Aquila)
On Song Performance Scenes in Non-Musical Films
Doriana Legge (University of L’Aquila)
A Performance of Sound for an Immersive Theatre

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