Anglistentag 2009 Klagenfurt

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Jörg Helbig, René Schallegger (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2009 Klagenfurt. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-86821-259-4, 506 S., kt., € 69,00 (2010)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 31)

Jorg Helbig and Rene Schallegger (Klagenfurt)


Section I: Spoken English Through the Centuries

Claudia Claridge (Duisburg-Essen) and Ilka Mindt (Potsdam)

Spoken English through the centuries: Introduction

Merja Kyto (Uppsala)

Explorations into 'spoken' interaction of the past: Evidence from early English texts

Dagmar Barth- Weingarten (Mannheim)

On the Role of Phonetics in Signaling Discourse Functions in Spoken English: The Many Shades of and

Ulrike Gut (Augsburg)

Relativization in spoken English: the concept of restrictiveness

Beatrix Busse (Bern)

Adverbial Expressions of Stance in Early Modern 'Spoken' English

Magnus Huber (Gießen)

Trial proceedings as a source of spoken English: A critical evaluation based on negative contraction in the Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913

Klaus P. Schneider (Bonn)

Small talk: Units, sequencing, realizations

Hermine Penz (Graz)

Clarification in intercultural project discussions using English as a lingua franca (ELF)

Andrea Sand (Trier) and Merle Tonnies (Paderborn)

The Features and Meanings of Orality in Black British Performance Poetry

Section II: Beyond Adaptation? Literature, Film, Theatre

Rainer Emig (Hannover) and Pascal Nicklas (Bayreuth)

Adaptation: An Introduction

Imelda Whelehan (Leicester)

All mashed up? Recent Tendencies in Adaptation Criticism

Ina Bergmann (Würzburg)

Reanimated Classics: Canon Appropriation and Serialization in Contemporary Fiction

Monika Seidl (Wien)

Original Renewal: Retroactive Performativity and the Adaptation of Classics

Lucia Kramer (Hannover)

Adaptation, Experience and Authority: Reflections on the State of Adaptation Studies

Dirk Vanderbeke (Jena)

Filming Ulysses

Stefani Brusberg-Kiermeier (Hildesheim)

Art and Artificiality: Opera Film as Melodramatic Spectacle and Sensual Excess

Katharina Rennhak (Wuppertal)

Docudrama as Adaptation; or Why Adapt Frost/Nixon to Different Media?

Beatrix Hesse (Duisburg-Essen)

Unreliable Narration in Fiction and Film: Asylum, Notes on a Scandal, Atonement

Section III: Historicising the Popular

Christian Huck (Kiel) and Roger Lildeke (Dusseldorf)

Introduction: Historicising the Popular

Christoph Reinfandt (Tubingen)

Historicising the Popular: A Survey

Ingo Berensmeyer and Martin Spies (Gießen)

The Tudors in the Victorian Popular Imagination: Ainsworth's Tower, Brough's Field

Kai Merten (Kiel)

The Scottish Enlightenment and the Invention of Popular Culture in 18th-Century Britain

Bettina Boecker (München)

Reading the Romance: Escapism and the Containment of the Imaginary in Charlotte Lennox's The Female Quixote

Monika Seidl (Wien)

Sublime Scenery and Spectacular Settings. Traditions of Romanticist Visualities in Computer Games

Michael C. Frank (Konstanz)

"Is It the Terrorists?" Narratives of Alien Invasion from Late Victorian Fiction to Post-9/11 Film

Lars Eckstein (Potsdam)

The Culture of Lyrics

Section IV: (Post-)Colonial Discourses: British Images of Australia in Literature and Art, Australian Responses

Adi Wimmer (Klagenfurt) and Andreas Gaile (Mainz)

Introductory Remarks: British Australian Literary and Cultural Relations

Norbert Lennartz (Bonn / Würzburg)

Another Heart of Darkness? Images of Australia in Late Victorian Fiction

Stefan Welz (Leipzig)

Henry Handel Richardson: Constructions of Australian Identity

Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp (Bonn)

Australia, England, France and Italy: Travels in Cultural History in Martin Boyd's Lucinda Brayford

Anja Müller (Bamberg)

Our Antipodean Neo-Victorians – Australian Neo-Victorian Novels

Gerd Bayer (Erlangen)

Writing the Penitentiary: Voicing Australia's Colonial Crimes

Section V: Literature and Silence

Ina Habermann (Basel) and Annette Kern-Stähler (Duisburg-Essen)

Introduction: Literature and Silence

Michael Symmons Roberts (Manchester)

A Painted Battle

Martina Hacker (Paderborn)

Silence in Late Medieval English Letters: Communication Failures, Delayed Responses and Omissions

Martin Butler (Duisburg-Essen)

(Dis)Remembering the Puritan Past: Variations of Silence as Strategies and Themes in Representations of the American 'Story of Origin'

Christoph Schubert (Würzburg)

How to Do Things Without Words: Zero Speech Acts in Dramatic Interaction

Felix C. H. Sprang (Hamburg)

"Thought will not work except in Silence" Carlyle's Sartor Resartus and the Symbol as a Conciliator between Speech and Silence

Christian Schmitt-Kilb (Rostock)

The Forms and Meanings of Silence in Graham Swift's Novels Shuttlecock (1981) and Waterland (1983): Madness, Strategy, Gender, Metafiction

Lena Steveker (Saarbrücken)

"You must recover your speech at once": Silence and Trauma in Pat Barker's Regeneration Trilogy

Jürgen Meyer (Halle)

Textual Scholarship and Literary/Cultural Studies

Section VI: Varia

Hildegard L.C. Tristram and Christina Bismark (Freiburg)

On the Demise of Morphological Complexity in English and in the Insular Celtic Languages – A Research Report