1 CREATING MYTHS AS NARRATIVES OF EMPOWERMENT AND DISEMPOWERMENT Beginning of Registration Welcoming notes: Conference Program DAY ONE - Mr Hassen Bacha, Rector of the University of Jendouba. - Mrs Jacqueline Bacha, Director of ISSHJ. - Mr. Sami Ludwig, partner, Université de Haute-Alsace LSH: Lettres Langues et Sciences Humaines, Mulhouse. - Mrs. Sihem Arfaoui, Department Chair and Conference Organiser. MORNING SESSIONS: : Keynote speech: Jack Adams, Ruskin College, U.K. : Thoughts on a Working Definition of Mythology in our Contemporary World : Discussion : Refreshments Concurrent Sessions: Panel 1: Myth in Post-mdern Literature - Giovanni Sorge, University of Zurich, Between Transhistorical Archetype and Manipulated Narration: Reflections on Myth in Postmodern Society - Mourad Romdhani, the University of El Manar, IBLV, Tunisia, The River Scene in William Faulkner s As I Lay Dying: the Postmodernist Myth of the Center. - Kamel Igoudjil, Bard College Clemente, Washington, D.C. Counter-Hegemonic Discourse as a Counter-Myth of Empowerment in Anita Desai s The Zigzag Way.
2 - Asma Dhouioui., ISLAIB University of Jendouba, Tunisia. "The Significance of the Myth of Flying in Morrison's Song of Solomon". Panel 2: Myth and Writing the Feminine: - Zeinedb Derbali, Higher Institute of Applied Studies of Sbeitla, Tunisia, From Fa Mu Lan to Tang Ao: Self and Community Identity Politics between Empowerment and Disempowerment. - Faten Houioui Gaba, University of CARTHAGE, ReMythologizing the Asian Americans Experience. - Anandayu Suri Ardini and Safrina Arifiani Felayati Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. Deconstructing the Myth of Virginity as Portrayed in Ayu Utami s Saman. - Souhir Zekri, Faculte des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines de Kairouan, Rape as Feminine Resistance in Greek and Biblical Myth : Discussion: : Concurrent Session: Panel 1: Identity and the Syndrome of (Cultural) Superiority Francis Guinle - Aïda Haddad, University of Al-Manar, Tunisia, The Myth of the American Dream: Willy Loman and the Quest for the (un)failing National Identity. - Khadija Ghezaiel-Bellagha, University of Manouba, Tunisia, Rare: Beyond the Myth of Down Syndrome: Empower to Disempower. - Oumeima Mouelhi, High Institute of Humanities-Le Kef, Tunisia, The Myth of the Superior Cultural Model in Shakespeare s The Tempest. - Imen Mzoughi, Higher Institute of Languages and Multimedia of Beja, Tunisia., Cleopatra: A Travelling Myth. Panel 2: Mythe et modernité :
3 - Lissia AMACH, Trinity College of Dublin, Irlande, «La Reconstruction des mythes chez Claude Cahun.» - Patrice LECHE, Toulouse, France, «Des origines dans la création d'un mythe moderne : étude de la genèse de Spider-Man dans ses toutes premières aventures.» - Monjia ABIDLI, ISSH of Jendouba, «Démythification du mythe dans La Trilogie d Emile Zola» : Discussion : Lunch AFTERNOON SESSIONS: : Keynote speech: Nabil Cherni, Faculty of Arts, Letters and Humanities of Manouba: the Post-modern Fates of Imperialism s Grand Narratives & Arab Spring : discussion panel: Myth, Creation and History. - Glen Robert Gill, Montclair State University, New Jersey, The Mythology of J.R.R. Tolkien: Subcreation, Fantasy and the Recovery of Vision. - M hammed Krifa, Mythical Dimensions in Exegesis of the Quran: A Descriptive/Comparative Study between the Story of Genesis in the Quran and in the Works of Early and Modern Muslim Exegetes - Louis Buff Parry, The Indigenous Media Institute, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada., The reality of sexual-endocrinal dimorphism vs. the urbanization-generated myth of some ancient bi-lateral gender equality. - Geoffrey W. Pritchard, St. Stephen s College, Edmonton, AB, James Evans and the Making of A Christian Myth discussion : refreshments 17.30: Departure to hotel. Meeting spot: main gate of ISSHJ DAY TWO
4 : Keynote speech: Francis Guinle, ISSHJ, "Art and Power: The Elizabethan Golden Age, Myth or reality" : discussion : Concurrent Sessions 3 Panel 1: Art and Myth (for revisiting) - Carolyn Kraus, University of Michigan-Dearborn "David and Goliath in Detroit: The 1001 Voices Project". - Rebecca LaMarre, independent scholar, Through Europe, a performative lecture about A Donor Presented by a Saint. - Tabitha Morgan: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, The White Witch : Juanita Guccione and a Re-Mythologizing of the Algerian Landscape and a Feminist Bodyscape. - Vikash Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India, Between Violence and (Non)-violence- A comparative study of The Battle of Algiers (1966) and Gandhi (1982). - Hinda Bahlous, ISLAIB, Jendouba University, American Women in the Postwar Period: Myth and Reality. Panel 2: Epic and Folk Motifs in Culture - Jonathan Bishop Highfield, Rhode Island School of Design 2 College Street, Providence, Rhode Island, Baobab and Healing Qualities in the Sunjata Epic. - Sihem Arfaoui, high institute of human sciences of jendouba. Tricksters in contemporary women s writings as mythological figures: A Gender Approach. - Peggy Bloomer, The European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Wallis, Switzerland, Dexter as a Transmedial Nietzschean Hero at the Intersection of Spectacle of Miami and Death. - Manel Mansour, University of Manouba, Tunisia, The Evolution of the Oral Tradition and the Emergence of Folk Studies.
5 : Discussion : Refreshments Concurrent Sessions 4: Panel 3: (dis)empowerment and myths in women s writings - Vittoria Rubino, Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, Patriarchy, Writing and the Search for Meaning: a Study of Kate Greenstreet's case sensitive. - Mohamed Raouf Gulemami, The Myth of the Latin Woman. (Higher Institute of Human Sciences of Jendouba, Tunisia) - Nadia Konstantini, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, La Manouba, Tunis, Tunisia Psychic Transmutation in Katherine Mansfield s The Daughters of the Late Colonel. - Yasmina Djafri, University of Mostaganem, Algeria, Spinning in Fadia Faqir s Pillars of Salt: An Instrument of Female Empowerment. Panel 4: Revisiting National Myths: - Mounir Jouini and Najoua Ben Hdia,ISSHJ, Tunisia: Reinvestigating myths about Arabic. - Amel Ben Ahmed, ISEAH Kef, Tunisia, The American Myth: Adam (Re) gained. - Aleksandr Ostrovskii, The Russian Ethnographic Museum (Saint Petersburg)., Joseph s Dreams: Mytho-logique in Social Upturn of Nation. - Elena Langlais. University Paris-X. Re-writing the myth of a nation : discussion : lunch AFTERNOON SESSIONS: : Keynote speech: Jon MACKLEY, the University of Northampton, U.K: English Foundation Myths as Political Empowerment : Discussion
6 : Refreshments : Concurrent sessions Panel: Mythe et cultures populaires. Jacqueline Bacha - Narjess SAIDI, ISSH of Jendouba, Tunisia, Le mythe oriental, «Jules Verne et Edgar Allan Poe» - Valerie Joelle KOUAM NGOCKA, UNIVERSITE UCAC, YAOUNDE, Cameroun, «Le pouvoir des mythes dans XX Battaglione eritreo d Indro Montanelli.» - Rym TAGA GABSI, ISSH of Jendouba, Tunisia, La récupération politique de Jeanne d Arc depuis 1945 à nos jours ou quand le mythe est démystifié.» - Nadia BACCAR, ISSH of Jendouba, Tunisia, La fable italienne entre mythe et culture populaire. - Elizaveta VOLKOVA, IMAF, école pratique des hautes études Paris, centre d études es mondes africaines, Ivry-sur-Seine, France, «Les mythes d origine des relations à plaisanterie en Casamance (Sénégal) : tradition, explication, Instrumentalisation.» : Discussion : Workshop1: Jack Adams: The Grail Quest, part : Workshop2 by Julia Ganson, (Syracuse University) and Robert Shetterly (Americans Who Tell the Truth) "The Power of Story: Making and Remaking American History" 17.20: departure to hotel, meeting spot: main gate of ISSHJ.
7 DAY 3 MORNING SESSIONS: : Keynote speech: Salwa Karoui Ounelli, L'Ecole Normale Superieure (E.N.S) University of Tunis 1, Tunisia, Myth-Making in Romantic and Modernist Literature : empowering the individual, the concept, or the institution? Discussion: : Concurrent sessions: Panel 1: Myth Between Appropriation and Resistance - Hanen Baroumi, ESSECT Business School, Scheherazade Goes West: Another Narrative of Disciplined Femininity. - Inès Latiri, Institute of Applied Languages in Nabeul, Tunisia., The debunking of a unique identity in Khaled Mattawa s «The History of my Face» and «Tocqueville». - Bachar Aloui, University of Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman, Resisting De/Composition: Mythos and Agency in Solar Storms. - Leila Bellour, Mila University Centre, Algeria, Myth, sex, and Violence in T.S. Eliot s Sweeney Poems. - Wassim Jday, University of Monastir, Tunisia, The Gothic Narrative as an Alternative Mythology of Subversion. Panel2: Political Uses of Myth: - Kazumi Hasegawa, University of Alabama, U.S.A, The Minamoto no Yoshitune Fever: Intellectual Controversy over the Survival of the Japanese Historical Hero in the 1920s.
8 - Samia Kouki, the Higher Institute of Languages of Tunis, Tunisia, US Support of Third War Dictators and the Rise of Anti-Americanism: Debunking the Myth of American Moral Greatness. - Miranda Iossifidis, Goldsmiths, University of London, Representations of resistance within the Athens Polytechnic Uprising Memorialisation. - Gavin Murray-Miller, Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte in Mainz, Germany and Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, Allowing the Dead to Speak: Memorialization, Mythistory and the Politics of Race. - Tarak Zraibia, Centre de Formation Professionnelle a Jendouba, «The Bouazizi Myth» : Discussion : Refreshments : Concurrent sessions: Panel 1: Myth and questions about Race and Colonialism - Raymond Di Sanza. Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale, NY. Reclaiming Identity through Rewriting the Epic. - Moez Salaani, Faculty of Letters of Manouba, Tunisia, "Myths of Gods, Demigods, and Fausts in South African Fiction: J.M. Coetzee, Sarah Gertrude Millin, and André Brink." - Sami Azouz, Faculty of Arts, Kairouan University. History As Myth: From Historiography to Hagiography. - Sami Ludwig, Université de Haute-Alsace LSH: Lettres Langues et Sciences Humaines, Mulhouse. Disempowering Prejudices: Black and White Voices in Cable, Twain, and Chesnutt. Panel 2: VARIA
9 - Imen Saoueb, Institute Supérieur des Etudes Appliquées en Humanités a Zaghouan, Tunisia The Myth of the Rich Indian. - Zoe Lehman, University of Bern, Switzerland, I m not playing a part. I am the part. : Self-Actualisation as Myth-Creation in Lionel Shriver s We Need to Talk about Kevin. - Touil Maroua, La Faculté de Manouba, Tunisia, The Use of Myth: Countering the Emptiness of History in Graham Swift s Waterland. - Sylvia Mittler. University of Toronto, Scarborough campus, Debunking Official Myths, Celebrating Popular Mythology: Revisionist Historiography, Everyday Culture and Greek Humorist Nikos Tsiforos Discussion : Lunch AFTERNOON: : Concurrent workshops - Workshop 1 by Jack Adams: The Grail Quest (part 2) - Workshop 2 by Jon Mackley: Geoffrey of Monmouth's sources and analogues, comparative study : Refreshments and farewell notes : Cultural Program a guided visit to Bullaregia historical site. Moderators are to be announced soon, upon availability.
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