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1 Department of British and Commonwealth Studies Faculty of International and Political Studies University of Lodz THE POST -MARKED WORLD Theory and Practice in the 21 st Century November 2010, Łódź Conference opening MONDAY 22 nd NOVEMBER Prof. dr hab. Zofia Wysokińska, Vice-Rector of the University of Lodz in Charge of International Relations Prof. dr hab. Tomasz Domański, Dean of the International and Political Studies Faculty Prof. dr hab. Krystyna Kujawińska Courtney, Associate Dean of the International and Political Studies Faculty in Charge of Research and International Affairs Dr. Sumit Chakrabarti, Conference Chair Keynote Lecture: Prof. dr hab. Marta Wiszniowska-Majchrzyk (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw) Negotiating with the Post-world: Gains, Losses, Prospects Coffee break The Post in Performance: Theatre and Cinema Chair: Prof. dr hab. Krystyna Kujawińska Courtney Late Postmodernism - Are We Entering a New Era of Postmodernism? Dr. Metin Colak (Cyprus International University) Post-communist Shakespeare in Eastern Europe Dr. Agnieszka Szwach (Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce) Financial Supporters The City of Lodz Office Faculty of International and Political Studies

2 The Pre- and Post-Holocaust Reading of The Tempest by Leon Schiller, or the Polish-Jewish Relations Dr. Agata Dąbrowska (University of Lodz) Post-movies in Retro-cinema, or the (Re)vision of a Movie Culture After an IMAX Technology Tomasz Żaglewski, M.A. (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań) Lunch The Post as Practice: Political Implications Chair: Dr. Agata Dąbrowska Silvio Berlusconi and the Second Italian Republic: a Model Post-Democracy? Dr. Piotr Podemski (University of Warsaw) Post-communism in Post-Cold War Central and Eastern Europe 20 Years of Experience Dr. Ryszard Machnikowski (University of Lodz) Local Internet Media and the Post-Industrial City: Possibilities and Problems Jakub Parnes, M.A. (University of Lodz) Post-Mabo Australia: Re-writing Australian History and Culture Evan Williams, M.A. (University of Lodz) Coffee break Literature and the Post : Interfaces and Dialogues Chair: Dr. Agnieszka Szwach Post-modern Reading of Milan Kundera s Major Works of Fiction Dr. Omid Varzande (Islamic Azad University, Sanandaj Branch) The Circular Existence of Life and Death in Beckett's Endgame Seyed Reza Ebrahimi, M.A. (Islamic Azad University, Bijar Branch) Post-hermeneutic Reading or a Technocentric Writing? Charles Mee and the (Re)making Project Dr. Katarzyna Williams (University of Lodz) Shakespeare's The Tempest and 'Its Travels' in the Post-marked World Joanna Sadowska, M.A. (University of Lodz) Banquet - 2 -

3 TUESDAY 23 rd NOVEMBER Feminisms and the Post : Problems of Representation Chair: Prof. dr hab. Marta Wiszniowska-Majchrzyk Postfeminism: A Concept of Consilience. Caitlin Lewis, M.A. (University College Dublin) Coffee break Art and Feminism from a Poststructuralist Perspective Márcia Oliveira, M.A. (University of Minho) Irigaray s Critique of the Ocularcentric Paradigm: A Postmodern Feminist Perspective Monika Sosnowska, M.A. (University of Lodz) The Post and the Subcontinent: Matters Indian Chair: Dr. Sumit Chakrabarti Re-territorializing the Post : Investigating its Relevance in the Modernist Discourse of Progress in Contemporary India Oeendrila Lahiri, M.Phil. (Jawaharlal Nehru University) Postmodern Fireworks or Post-colonial Vengeance the Strange Case of Salman R. Dr. Joanna Dyła-Urbańska (Lodz Academy of International Studies) Has Postmodernism Really Reached the National? Appropriation and Interpretation in Sita Sings the Blues Justyna Fruzińska, M.A. (University of Lodz) Lunch Ethnic Ruptures: The Post across Cultures Chair: Dr. Maria Łukowska, Dr. Ryszard Machnikowski Caribbean Postscripts: Reading the Nineteenth Century English Novel from the Other Side Dr. Andrew H. Armstrong (University of the West Indies) Towards the Post-ethnic American Studies? Postcolonial Interventions in the US Black and Minority Studies Dr. Izabella Penier (Academy of Humanities and Economics in Łódź) - 3 -

4 Post-Indian Warriors of Simulation Sherman Alexie s Flight as a Story of Survivance Monika Kocot, M.A. (University of Lodz) Postcolonialism and the Polish Colonial Dream Dr. Maria Łukowska (University of Lodz) Announcement: British Studies Research Group Conference closing Coffee ABSTRACTS The Post in Performance: Theatre and Cinema Late Postmodernism - Are We Entering a New Era of Postmodernism? Dr. Metin Colak (Cyprus International University) The point both postmodern and anti-postmodern theories agree on, is the fact that there has been huge transformations in social theory since the 1980s. In recent years, many critics have also examined postmodernism and post-postmodernism and their reflections on a variety of aesthetic viewpoints, particularly cinema, architecture, and post-conceptual art and practices. Focusing on these analyses and thoughts, this study will extensively examine the characteristics of post-postmodernism. The paper will investigate comparatively the main issues of postmodernism, particular aspects of post-postmodern aesthetics and the reasons behind the changes it created. Post-communist Shakespeare in Eastern Europe Dr. Agnieszka Szwach (Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce) This paper examines outstanding performances of Shakespearean tragedies in post-communist Eastern Europe such as: Cracow Hamlet of 1989 directed by Andrzej Wajda, Heiner Müller s Hamlet/Maschine or Romeo and Juliet staged by Pralipe company. The aim is to show how deeply those theatre performances were embedded in political and social contexts of their times although theatre as an institution was than no longer politically subdued. The Pre- and Post-Holocaust Reading of The Tempest by Leon Schiller, or the Polish-Jewish Relations Dr. Agata Dąbrowska (University of Lodz) The main aim of this paper is to analyze the reception of two productions of The Tempest directed by Leon Schiller in 1938/1939 and 1947 in the context of the Polish and Jewish relations. The first staging, prepared by the Jewish troupe in cooperation with Polish artists, was a form of protest against racism and anti-semitism. The second one was treated as an attempt to settlement and understanding of the Holocaust crimes

5 Post-movies in Retro-cinema, or the (Re)vision of a Movie Culture After an IMAX Technology Tomasz Żaglewski, M.A. (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań) Over the last few years, we have witnessed a growing role of a new (old) way of film presentation called 3D. The visionaries of a stereoscopic technology, such as James Cameron, call it the next revolution of the cinematic language. But the truth is that the modern 3D renaissance is not a sign of a film s new quality but rather its artistic decline. The Post as Practice: Political Implications Silvio Berlusconi and the Second Italian Republic: a Model Post-Democracy? Dr. Piotr Podemski (University of Warsaw) The origins of the term post-democracy date back to 2004, when Colin Crouch, a renowned British scholar published his famous book. Professor Crouch himself makes references to the case of Silvio Berlusconi. With the previously existing political parties disappeared, Berlusconi s overwhelming private financial empire (comprising the media) and the awkward coalition of Northern autonomists, neo-fascists and his own business-oriented liberals, the Cavaliere was said to have become a de facto dictator of the country. Hated by Italy s elites and accused of abusing his power for private gain, nevertheless Berlusconi has so far managed to remain the country s most prominent politician. This paper examines Berlusconi s model of democracy. Post-communism in Post-Cold War Central and Eastern Europe 20 Years of Experience Dr. Ryszard Machnikowski (University of Lodz) Both post-communism and post-cold War categories are frequently in use while analyzing the most recent history of Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs). Prefix post in this respect nominally means some period after some other important historical period. Is chronology the only relevant point of reference here? Are communism and Cold War terms still important 20 years after this Great Transition? Are CEECs still being post-communist and are we living in a post-cold War world, or is it that we have already entered a liberal democratic zone of perpetual peace, at least in Europe? I seek to explore these questions, and their possible answers in this paper. Local Internet Media and the Post-Industrial City: Possibilities and Problems Jakub Parnes, M.A. (University of Lodz) The aim of this presentation is to analyse the special role of the local new media in the development of the civil society in post-industrial Łódź, the third largest city in Poland. The main spheres of their activity includes: creating of space for the local public debate, aggregating from external sources information concerning particular problems of the local community, exerting of citizen pressure on the local institutions of public life. Post-Mabo Australia: Re-writing Australian History and Culture Evan Williams, M.A. (University of Lodz) Following the landmark legal decision in the High Court Mabo case of 1992, which confronted the fiction of terra nullius and the recognised Aboriginal land ownership, Australia has witnessed unprecedented conflict and debate over its history, ways or remembering and culture. This paper considers the so-called history wars and other exigencies of land rights and their politicisation in popular culture

6 Literature and the Post : Interfaces and Dialogues Post-modern Reading of Milan Kundera s Major Works of Fiction Dr. Omid Varzande (Islamic Azad University, Sanandaj Branch) Milan Kundera, as a post-modern and contemporary novelist and short story writer, has been translated into many languages including French, English, Spanish, and Italian as well as other Eastern and Western languages. This paper reads Milan Kundera s major works of fiction under the light of post-modern theorises and the way he deals with concepts like: the real, Identity and Memory. The Circular Existence of Life and Death in Beckett's Endgame Seyed Reza Ebrahimi, M.A. (Islamic Azad University, Bijar Branch) Beckett s Endgame depicts a universe which is approaching its end but can keep repeating itself. The play represents a cyclic pattern of repetition, mostly on one cycle which is ending or death. This paper, using postmodernist approach, studies the absurd state of circular existence somewhere between life and death in Beckett's Endgame. Post-hermeneutic Reading or a Technocentric Writing? Charles Mee and the (Re)making Project Dr. Katarzyna Williams (University of Lodz) One may wonder whether modern literary projects informed by the theories celebrating theend of the logic of print and based on new media technologies can be reconciled with post-hermeneutic modes of interpretation or rather should be identified with low-brow amateur works born out of technological determinism that flood our culture and do not deserve much critical attention. This paper attempts to approach the above question focusing on the example of the work of Charles L. Mee, an American playwright and historian, who with lingering doubt approaches the categories associated with the tradition of print such as stability, unity, entirety, and the concept of the authorship promoted by the print culture. Shakespeare's The Tempest and 'Its Travels' in the Post-marked World Joanna Sadowska, M.A. (University of Lodz) The paper surveys the multitude of postcolonial revisions of William Shakespeare's The Tempest. It first looks at the pillars of the traditional reading of the play and then juxtaposes it with the interpretative developments in the twentieth -century post-world. Feminisms and the Post : Problems of Representation Postfeminism: A Concept of Consilience Caitlin Lewis, M.A. (University College Dublin) The paper considers how postfeminism plays out the paradoxical connotations of the post-prefix in the context of gender. It reads the post -ing of feminism as indicative of a sense uncertainty and ambiguity surrounding Western feminism, and contemporary women s roles more broadly. I argue that postfeminism does not have a singular ideological underpinning, and involves a simultaneous continuation of feminism as well as break away from it

7 Art and Feminism from a Poststructuralist Perspective Márcia Oliveira, M.A. (University of Minho) Many of the concepts that emerged in the frame of what we now call poststructuralism have had a significant influence in gender studies. With this paper I intend to explore how this influence is significant in the visual arts and how it can be used to study a particular artistic context, encompassing not only this methodology s breakthroughs, but also the problems it raises. Irigaray s Critique of the Ocularcentric Paradigm: A Postmodern Feminist Perspective Monika Sosnowska, M.A. (University of Lodz) The article investigates Luce Irigaray s critique of the ocularcentric paradigm, which dominated Western philosophical thought since Plato. It will discuss how this ocularcentric tradition intersects with issues of sexual difference and language. It will examine the relationship between privileging of the visual in Western theories (e.g. Freud s theory of sexual difference) and its influence on feminine subjectivity. It will demonstrate how the marginalization and cultural evaluation of other senses (e.g. touch), contributed to the erase of the feminine from these cultural pieces of writing. The Post and the Subcontinent: Matters Indian Re-territorializing the Post : Investigating its Relevance in the Modernist Discourse of Progress in Contemporary India Oeendrila Lahiri, M.Phil. (Jawaharlal Nehru University) This paper attempts to locate postmodernity, its claims, and its relevance in the specific context of contemporary India. Our postmodern condition this has almost become a truism. This paper would like to question the reach of postmodernity, its applicability, its politics and place in the non-west. By territorializing the post, it will address the connections, or the lack thereof, between academic discourses and the world outside. Postmodern Fireworks or Post-colonial Vengeance the Strange Case of Salman R. Dr. Joanna Dyła-Urbańska (Lodz Academy of International Studies) The paper critically discusses the fiction of Salman Rushdie, a controversial writer and a media celebrity, and attempts to locate it within the postmodern and post-colonial literary traditions. It also tries to deconstruct some of Rushdie s cunning and elaborate literary hoaxes, in order to be able to find out what lies beneath the veneer of postmodern fireworks of his fiction and answer the questions: Is it post-colonial vengeance? What is Rushdie s true goal? What is his politics? Has Postmodernism Really Reached the National? Appropriation and Interpretation in Sita Sings the Blues Justyna Fruzińska, M.A. (University of Lodz) The purpose of my paper is to analyse the animated film Sita Sings the Blues (2009). As Sita s author, Nina Paley, is American, it is interesting to see how her interpretation of Hindu mythology has raised doubt as to whether or not a non-indian artist is allowed to use and appropriate Hindu culture by giving it contemporary American references

8 Ethnic Ruptures: The Post across Cultures Caribbean Postscripts: Reading the Nineteenth Century English Novel from the Other Side Dr. Andrew H. Armstrong (University of the West Indies) This paper is concerned with examining the ways that a Caribbean vision may contribute, within the purview of postcolonialism, to an examination of the cultural institution of the novel (especially the nineteenth century novel) and its interpellation of the Caribbean subject by posing the question: Is the postscript the afterlife of the postcolonial, or merely an enquiry into the posts? Towards the Post-ethnic American Studies? Postcolonial Interventions in the US Black and Minority Studies Dr. Izabella Penier (Academy of Humanities and Economics in Łódź) My paper will explore the impact of postcolonial studies scholarship on the research imperatives and practices of American Black studies. I am going to argue that postcolonial, and in particular Black British cultural studies (the Black Atlantic), has contributed significantly to the world-ing of Black Studies (and, by extension, of ethnic and American studies), reconfiguring the American concept of ethnicity and expanding the American discourse on multiculturalism. Post-Indian Warriors of Simulation Sherman Alexie s Flight as a Story of Survivance Monika Kocot, M.A. (University of Lodz) Post-Indian, a term Gerald Vizenor employs to explain identity, is a placeholder name for the outdated and colonialist misnomer Indian. Vizenor places emphasis on the relation between storytelling, postmodernism and "survivance." The article will be an attempt at analyzing Sherman Alexie's Flight (2007) through the prism of Vizenor's "trickster hermeneutics." Postcolonialism and the Polish Colonial Dream Dr. Maria Łukowska (University of Lodz) The paper deals with Polish colonial thinking. The first Polish colonial idea appeared in 1786 and was connected with the activity of Maurycy Beniowski in Madagascar. The Polish colonial yearning was fed by Polish travelers and discovers such as Stefan Sztolc-Rogozinski s to Kamerun in 1883, Leopold Janikowski s to Gabon in 1887 or the activity of two brothers Kazimierz and Stanisław Stableckis. However, the real Polish colonization took place in Siberia, where Polish political prisoners were penally settled. After the II World War and throughout the communist period colonial thinking has been strongly condemned and hidden. The unfulfilled dream of Polish colonies in the past had its origin only in the yearning for the independence not in the need of subordination of any nation or ethnic group

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