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2011. május 27-28-án (péntek-szombat) nemzetközi fantasztikus irodalmi konferenciát rendez Piliscsabán a Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem Bölcsészettudományi Kara.

Lovecraft, H. G. Wells, Ursula K. Le Guin, Neil Gaiman – csak néhány név a sok közül, akiknek művei valamilyen formában terítékre kerülnek.

A konferencia nyilvános, bárki megnézheti az előadásokat. A részletes program itt olvasható.

SessionTitlePresenterTitle of Paper
Session 1Terrae incognitaeBiagio D’AngeloScience-fiction is not meteorology. Utopian reflections and cultural visions in Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness.
Vera BenczikThe constructions of the terra incognita in Ursula K. Le Guin’s Hainish narratives
Session 2Myth and MagicIldikó LimpárMythic and Divine Quests in Gaiman’s and Holdstock’s Worlds
Csilla Tímea HosszuObsession and Obsessed in Robert Holdstock’s Mythago Cycle
Gábor BacsaThe field and forest of adult knowledge: oneness and otherness in Randall Jarrell’s The Lost World
Session 3The Horror!Korinna CsetényiThe lifeless becoming animate in Stephen King’s fiction
Magdaléna CsótiPidgeonho(w)ling: Werewolf literature and the question of genre classification
Attila MóczaGothic Characteristics in Lovecraft’s Horror Works
Session 4Early modern fantasticMarcell GellértFrom Sound to Sense through Nonsense – PROspero’s CONceit
Larisa Kocic-ZámbóThe mind is its own place’: Milton and the construction of fantastic realms in Paradise Lost
Csaba MaczelkaDisplaced Phantasies: Fiction and Geography in some 17th century English utopias
Junior Session 1Language and the artificialKata GyurisThe construction of otherness through language in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go
Ádám Bogár“God Almighty had some pretty elaborate plans for me:” The Failure of the Artificial in Bokononism
Session 6Visualizing the monstrousVioleta Cvetkovska OcokoljicBetween visible and invisible of Hieronymus Bosch: The Garden of Earthly Delights
Andrea HübnerThe Monstrous Races in the Medieval Mind: Location by Marginalization or Specialisation by Spacialisation
SessionTitlePresenterTitle of Paper
Session 7Worlds beyondIrina Golovacheva“Otherness” in Aldous Huxley’s utopias
Ákos FarkasFluttering Butterfly or Clockwork Lizard: Crome Yellow as a Dubious Utopia
Rudolf SárdiForegrounding the ‘otherworld’ in Vladimir Nabokov’s ‘Terra Incognita’
Session 8Fantastic in picturesKálmán MatolcsyChaos Reigns”: The Enchanted Forest of Fairy Tales and Lars von Trier’s Antichrist
Szilárd OroszHal Hartley’s No Such Thing: Lamenting the Classic Monster Narrative
Bryan BongFabricating the Supercrip Archetype: Disabled Superheroes in Graphic Novels.
Session 9Catholic fantasistsBozena KucalaMuriel Spark: a Catholic fantasist
Paul St.John MackintoshFantasy, imagination and belief in the works of G.K. Chesterton
Dalma VéryThe fictive and the fantastic in the ‘Circe’ episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses
Session 10Contemporary, Fantastic, PostmodernSándor KlapcsikShadows of the Fantastic over Baker Street: Genre Bending and Postmodern Practices in Otherworldly Pastiches of Sherlock Holmes
Norbert GyurisSimulation vs. Representation: Art and Bioengineering
Tünde UdvariRomancing the Fan/tastic
Junior Session 2Fantastic readingsAndrás MolnárSome Thoughts on Tzvetan Todorov’s Criticism on Lovecraft’s Notion of the “Fantastic”
Benő KovácsRe-Discovery of the Fantastic: The Re-reading of H.G. Wells’s First Men in the Moon
Session 11From Stevenson to WellsTibor István TóthThe Confessions of the Original Sinner, or Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Simon John JamesH. G. Wells and the Language of the Fantastic
Károly PintérThe Analogical Alien: contructing and construing alternative reality in Wells’ The War of the Worlds
Session 12Definitions of magicImola BülgözdiThe Roundworld Project
Anikó SohárBaseless Fabric? The Presentation of Magic by Patricia McKillip
Veronika VéghThere May Be Dragons: Gaiman’s Fairie and the Victorian Tradition

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