Instytut filologii angielskiej katedra literatury I kultury brytyjskiej katedra literatury I kultury ameryka



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UNIWERSYTET ŁÓDZKI

INSTYTUT FILOLOGII ANGIELSKIEJ

KATEDRA LITERATURY I KULTURY BRYTYJSKIEJ

KATEDRA LITERATURY I KULTURY AMERYKAŃSKIEJ


Centrum Szkoleniowo-Konferencyjne Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego

Ul. Kopcińskiego 16/18
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
THURSDAY 17 NOVEMBER

14.00 – 15.30 OPENING (room 4)

PLENARY LECTURE I

YVONNE LEFFLER

University of Gothenburg

Gothic Setting In Contemporary Scandinavian Novel
16.00 – 17.30


ROOM 1
[P1] Gothic International

Chair: Dorota Wiśniewska



ROOM 4

(BEAMER ROOM)



[P2] Gothic spaces

Chair: Justyna Fruzińska



ROOM 2
[P3] Gothic histories

Chair: Agnieszka Łowczanin



  1. Karen Grumberg

University of Texas, Austin

Hebrew Gothic: S.Y. Agnon’s



Stories of Poland

1. Agata Buda

Technical University of Radom

Destructive Power of Gothic Time

and Space in Fiction by Michael Faber


  1. Jacek Mydła

University of Silesia

Hobbes, Catholicism

and the Anti-Gothic


2. Marek Wilczyński

University of Gdańsk

From Scratch Once More: Sam Lawson Restarts the American Gothic



2. Kamil Rusiłowicz

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

The Fall of the Lisbon House: Neobaroque Spatialization of Tragedy in Jeffrey Eugenides’ The Virgin Suicides



  1. Joanna Kokot

The University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

Mummies, Ancien Magic and the Return from the Dead. Bram Stoker’s The Jewel of the Seven Stars



3. Krzysztof Kosecki

University of Łódź

Herman Hesse’s Steppenwolf as a Modern Gothic Tale





3. Monika Kocot

University of Łódź

The Furnished Room and The Yellow Wallpaper: Two Faces of the Haunting

of the House


  1. Wit Pietrzak

University of Łódź

From Faustus to Azatoth: H.P. Lovecraft’s “Dreams in the Witch House”

(of Modernity)





  1. Joanna Jarząb

Adam Mickiewicz University ,Poznań

The Role of Space in Contemporary Irish Gothic on the Example of Iris Murdoch’s The Unicorn








18.00 – 19.00


[P4] King’s Danse Macabre

chair: Wit Pietrzak



[P5] Panel PL

chair: Monika Kocot



1. Zofia Kolbuszowska

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Gothic Metalepsis and Ekphrastic Horror: Self-Conscious Reflection on the Ambivalent Cultural Status in Stephen King’s “The Road Virus Heads North”



1. Izabela Koczkodaj

Warsaw University
Krew. Gotyk jako szablon literacki


2. Birte Christ

Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen

Death Row as Gothic Space and Total Institution: Stephen King’s The Green Mile




  1. Iwona Kosowska

University of Gdańsk

„Cacka” i „niepozorne budowle”. O francuskim gotyku i romańszczyźnie w esejach Aleksandry Olędzkiej-Frybesowej





FRIDAY 18 NOVEMBER

9.00 – 10.30

AULA

(BEAMER ROOM)

[P6] All That Poe

chair: Małgorzata Myk



ROOM 4

(BEAMER ROOM)

[P7] American Film

chair: Tomasz Dobrogoszcz



1. Anna Krawczyk-Łaskarzewska

The University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
Gothic, or the Ambiguities: Illustrating Poe

  1. Katarzyna Małecka

SWSPiZ (Academy of Management,) Łódź

“I’ve seen bodies shining like stars”: Making a Case for Necrophilia in Lynne Stopkewich’s Kissed



2. Weronika Kawula

University of Białystok

Perversity in the Selected Works of Edgar Allan Poe



  1. Elżbieta Durys

University of Łódź

The Policeman and His Doppelganger:

the Motif of the Double in American Cop Cinema


3. Małgorzata Hołda

Pedagogical University, Kraków

At the Threshold of the Dark: Heath, Guilt, Responsibility and the Question of Normalcy in Washington Irving’s “The Adventure of the German Student” and A.E. Poe’s “The Black Cat” – an Attempt at a Deconstructive Reading



  1. Agnieszka Rasmus

University of Łódź

Peter Bogdanovich’s Targets:

the Old Gothic Monster vs. the New Villain



11.00 – 12.00

[P8] Prairies and Gardens

chair: Magdalena Szuster



[P9] Monstrous Bodies

chair: Agnieszka Łowczanin



  1. Anna Branach-Kallas

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń

Reading (Post-) Colonial Terror within Gothic Aesthetics:

The Conceptual Limits of Postcolonial Gothic

in Canadian First Nations’ Fiction



  1. Sara Tavasoli

Semnan University, Iran

Grotesque Revived: Monstrosity in Angela Carter’s



Nights at the Circus


  1. Jadwiga Węgrodzka

University of Gdańsk

E. Nesbit and the Introduction of the Gothic into

Children’s Literature


  1. Agnieszka Kotwasińska

Warsaw University

Body out of (Human) Bounds: Lesbian Transformations

in Contemporary Horror Fiction



12.30 – 13.30 (aula)

PLENARY LECTURE II
ELISABETH BRONFEN

University of Zurich

Gothic Wars: Media’s Lust

15.00 – 16.30

[P10] Stage and Screen Goths

chair: Marta Goszczyńska



[P11] Panel PL Gotyckie media

chair: Monika Kocot



  1. Johannes Weber

Universität Bamberg

Opale – Jean Renoir’s Hyde

Strange Case of Literature and Television


1. Agnieszka Izdebska

University of Łódź

Konwencja gotycka a „estetyka błędu”




  1. Elena Baeva

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

As Gothic as It Gets? Shadow of the Vampire – A Gothic Film

on the Gothic Nature of Film


2. Grzegorz Kapuściński

University of Gdańsk

Motywy gotyckie w grach fabularnych




  1. Miguel Carrera

Universidad Camplutense de Madrid

Ghosts on the Stage: Gothic Elements in Juan Benet’s Theatre



  1. Anna Maćkowiak

University of Łódź

Gotycyzm we współczesnych słuchowiskach radiowych





17.00 – 18.30

[P12] Gothic Goes Pop

chair: Andrew Tomlinson



[P13] All That Waters.

chair: Krzysztof Majer



  1. Ewa Partyka

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Gothic Elements in Vampire Films by Hammer Productions




  1. Marta Goszczyńska

University of Łódź

Trapped within the Gothic? Convention and Transgression in Sarah Waters’ Fingersmith



  1. Magdalena Szuster

University of Łódź

Neo-gothicism? Post-gothicism? Anti-gothicism? The Use and Function of Gothic Themes in TV Series on the Example of Misfits



  1. Barbara Braid

Szczecin University

The gothic subversions of heterosexual matrix

in Sarah Waters’ Affinity


  1. Agata Zarzycka

University of Wrocław

Dark Chat Chambers and Internet Vampires: Ambivalent Appropriations of the Gothic in Pete Hautman’s Novel Sweetblood and Jan Komasa’s Film “Sala samobójców”/ “Suicide Room”







SATURDAY 19 NOVEMBER

9:00 – 10.00 (room 4)

PLENARY LECTURE III
DOROTA FILIPCZAK

University of Łódź

Loveless Legacies: Gothic Mothers and Haunted Daughters

In Postcolonial Fiction


10.30 – 12.00


ROOM 4

(BEAMER ROOM)

[P14] All That Carmilla (and where she came from)

chair: Andrew Tomlinson



ROOM 2
[P 15] Miscellaneous

Chair: Marta Kmiecik



  1. Tomasz Fisiak

University of Łódź

Who’s Afraid of Carmilla? Le Fanu’s Carmilla,

Gothic Tyranny, Gender and Power


  1. Anna Czarnecka

University of Gdańsk

The New England Domestic Gothic in Short Stories

by Annie Trumbull Slosson


  1. Alicja Bratkowska

University of Warsaw

The Beautiful Stranger – Who Is Carmilla?



  1. Agnieszka Kliś

University of Silesia

Representations of History: Gothic Criticism

and Critical Self-consciousness


  1. Frank Schuster

University of Łódź, and Transylvania

Where Did the Shadows Come From?!?

The Reality Behind the Unreal


  1. Joanna Barbara Horojtko

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań

The Ghost of Mary King’s Close





12.30 – 14.30


[P 16] Panel PL

chair: Tomasz Fisiak



  1. Agata Łuksza

Warsaw University

Wampirzyce: między pożądaniem a pogardą




  1. Dorota Dobrzyńska

Warsaw University

Między grozą a groteską: ciało jako źródło strachu

w Marinie Carlosa Ruiza Zafóna


  1. Małgorzata Piętowska

Warsaw University

Aktualizacje Gotycyzmu we współczesnej kulturze popularnej




  1. Agnieszka Brodzik

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń

Transgresja kulturowa a wstręt




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