Session 4 – Panels

July 2, 15:30 – 17:30

4A Literary Transcodifications/4

Chair: Mattia Petricola

Oana Fotache Dubălaru (University of Bucharest)
From Ekphrasis to Worldmaking. On Painting in Mircea Cărtărescu’s Novels
Prachi Priyanka (Sharda University)
Transmedia Storytelling: Convergences Between Narrative Painting and Victorian Poetry
Beata Migut (University of Edinburgh)
Setting Words and Images in Motion in Vladimir Nabokov’s Laughter in the Dark and Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited

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4B Transcoding Storytelling/1

Chair: Mario Tirino

Bartosz Lutostański (University of Warsaw)
Birth of a New Medium? The Case of App-Driven Fiction
Giovanna Santaera (University of Catania)
Bandersnatch (Netflix, 2019) and/as Intermedial Performativity through Tv Series, Cinema and the Digital Transcodification
Tonguc Ibrahim Sezen (Teesside University)
Epistolary Paratexts as Transcodifications of Media Franchises
Mirko Lino (University of L’Aquila)
Augmented Literature. The Transcodification of Die Nächte der Tino von Bagdad by Else Lasker-Schüler


4C Theories and Philosophies of Transcodification/3

Chair: Mauro Pala

Aleš Vaupotič, Ana Toroš, Narvika Bovcon (University of Nova Gorica)
Encoding Literary Culture as Augmented Reality
Abderrahim Trebak (Hassan II, University of Casablanca)
Philosophies of Transcodification: The Concept of “Meditation” and “Mediation” By Gadamer’s Ontology of the Work of Art and Its Hermeneutic Significance


4E Transcoding Opera and Musical Theatre

Chair: Doriana Legge

Serena Guarracino (University of L’Aquila)
Transcodification as Hantise: Opera’s Queer Temporality in Derek Jarman and Isaac Julien
Sieghild Bogumil-Notz (Ruhr-University Bochum)
Turandot – A Feminist Heroine Crossing and Defying the Media
Massimo Fusillo (University of L’Aquila)
Sublime Voices, Tragic Identifications. On Two Opera Re-enactments in cinema


4F Contemporary Ekphrasis

Chair: Beatrice Seligardi

Thais Kuperman Lancman (Mackenzie Presbyterian University)
Contemporary Ekphrasis: New Categories for a New Context
Silvia Kurr (University of Tartu)
Ekphrastic Transformations of the Nude in Pedro Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In and Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s Nude
Nataliya Gorbina (Technical University of Dortmund)
“The Iconography of Sports Jackets”: Towards (De-)mystification of Art-historical and Art-theoretical Modes of Seeing in British Postmodern Fiction
Miriam Vieira (Federal University of São João del-Rei)
Ekphrastic Layers in How to Be Both, By Ali Smith