8th International IDEA Conference: Studies in English
April 16–18, 2014
Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University
HALL A
08:30-09:30
Registration
09:30-10:45
Welcoming Ceremony
Opening Speeches
HALL B
HALL C
10:45-11:00
11:00-12:00
Keynote Address: Andrew Bennett “AN ELEMENT OF BLANK”: ON LITERARY IGNORANCE”
Chair: Işıl Baş
LUNCH
POSTCOLONIAL VOICES I
Rezzan Kocaöner Silkü: Writing History
through Storytelling: Interpolation and
Postcolonial Transformation in the War
Novels of Nwapa Adichie.
Kubilay Geçikli: Orientalisation of the
Occident: Nadeem Aslam’s Maps For Lost
Lovers
Suat Cakova: Oriental Stereotypes in
Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia
Chair: Azize Özgüven
ELT-I
Aliye Neşe Yapıörer: Teachers’ Role in
Fostering Autonomy Through Learner
Training.
Nalan Kızıltan, Burcu BÜR, Emre Ak, Adnan
Oflaz: University Students’ Comprehension
Competence in Understanding Cartoons
through Critical Thinking
Hazal Çepik: Pre-Service English Teachers’
Negative and Positive Reflections Regarding
Their Learning and Teaching Experiences.
Hümeyra Can: Teaching Cognition and
Language Classrooms: Investigating What’s
Going on out There.
Chair: Nalan Kızıltan
15:00-15:30
15:30-17:00
HALL E
COFFEE BREAK
12:30-13:30
13:30-15:00
HALL D
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Maryam Kashefolhagh: A Conflict of Values
Alienation Commitment in the Works of Georgi
Vladimov and Paul Auster
Naghmeh Varghaiyan: No Country For Old
Men and Women: A Comparative Study of the
Concepts of Agedness and Retirement in
Barbara Pym’s Quartet in Autumn and Ernest
Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea
Seçil Çırak: A Comparative Study: Identity
Formation Through Bakhtinian Space in Lying
Down to Death by Adalet Ağaoğlu and A
Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf
Chair: Berkan Ulu
TRANSLATION STUDIES – I
Nazmi Ağıl: Translating Ekphrasis
Gülden Taner: Factors that Affect
Translators’ Choices: Three Turkish
Translations of O’Henry’s Tobin’s Palm
Büşra Ul: Translating “1984” by George
Orwell: Translator’s Invisibility
Chair: Özlem Berk Albachten
COFFEE BREAK
TURKISH REFLECTIONS
Azer Banu Kemaloğlu: Gallipoli Revisited:
Birds Without Wings and Traitor
Sevilay Yavuz: Pecola and Meryem: Two
Different Women, The Same Destiny
Mehmet Ali Çelikel: Robyn Rowland’s
Poetry: Intercultural Connection through
Turkish Cultural Landscape
Chair: Rezzan Kocaöner Silkü
SHORT STORY
Ferah İncesu: The Child in “Sredni Vashtar”
as a Metaphor of the Resistant Artist
Dilek Tüfekçi Can, Serhat Güzel, Şeyda
Savran: The True Story of Hansel and Gretel:
Through the Lenses of New Historicism
Pınar Taşdelen: Is Honesty A Male Policy
Only?: Dorigen’s Case in Geoffrey Chaucer’s
The Franklin’s Tale
Chair: Atilla Silkü
ELT - II
Nilüfer Can Daşkın: Shaping Learner
Contribution in an EFL Classroom:
Implications for L2 Classroom Interactional
Competence.
Olcay Sert: Tracing the Use of Vocabulary
Items in an EFL Classroom: Arguments from
CA-for-SLA
Gözde Balıkçı: Analysis of the Factors that
Hinder and Promote Intelligibility of Non-native
EFL Stıdents
Chair: Olcay Sert
DRAMA - I
Dilek İnan: Theatre as Criticism: David
Hare’s Via Dolorosa and David Greig’s
Damascus’
Şafak Horzum: Social Perception of a
Master Spy and His Politicised Sexuality:
Alfred Redl and A Patriot for Me
Aslı Kutluk:Wole Soyinka’s King Baabu as
a Political Satire
Chair: Dilek İnan
17:30-19:00
POETRY READING BY ROBYN ROWLAND (Turkish Translation by M.Ali Çelikel)
19.30
DINNER AT MUĞLA SITKI KOÇMAN UNIVERSITY ÖĞRENCİ SARAYI
NORTH AMERICAN LITERATURE
Faruk Kalay: A New Historicist Study of
The Rise of David Levinsky by Abraham
Cahan
Murat Göç: A Political Tradition in
American Dystopia: Criticism of
Industrialization in Vonnegut’s Player
Hafize Gül Koparanoğlu: Critical
Discourse Analysis on Edith Wharton’s
Souls Belated
Chair: Meryem Ayan
8th International IDEA Conference: Studies in English
April 16–18, 2014
Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University
HALL A
09:30-10:30
HALL B
HALL C
COFFEE BREAK
CONTEMPORARY NOVEL I
Nilsen Gökçen: Stories beyond Language and
Desire in J.M. Coetzee’s Foe
Nandini Shah: Hybridity as Neo-Colonization in
Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions
Karam Nayebpour: Experientiality in
Contemporary Fiction: Julian Barnes’ The Sense
of An Ending, Ian McEwan’s Atonement and
Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner
Gönül Bakay: A Comparative Analysis of David
Lodge’s Nice Work and Elizabeth Gaskell’s North
and South
Chair: Gönül Bakay
ELT-III
Suad Al Rahbi: The Effect of Using
Translation as a Learning Tool to Learn
English by ELT Learners.
Ainur Aikuzhinova Arslan: The Use of
Smart Board in teaching English to Young
Learners and Its Influence on Student
Engagement in and Perception of English
Classroom Activities.
Eda Üstünel & Orçin Karadağ:
Correspondence of Pre-Service EFL
Teachers’ Stated Beliefs and Their
Classroom Practices.
Chair: Şevki Kömür
CULTURAL STUDIES
Feryal Çubukcu: The Sacramental Feast and
Cannibalism in The Hobbit
Meryem Ayan: Sharing and Reshaping identity
and Culture Through Foods
Danielle Drees: The Extreme Mobility of Moll
Cutpurse: Shoemaking and Self-Fashioning in The
Life and Death of Mrs. Mary Faith
Chair: Atalay Gündüz
SHAKESPEARE
Neslihan Köroğlu: The Question of
Performativity in The Merchant of Venice
Mustafa Şahiner: Excluded by Inclusion: The
Turk in Shakespeare’s Plays
İpek Uygur: “This Island’s mine, by Sycorax
my mother, Which thou takest from me!”
Gül Kurtuluş: Rhetoric of the Unspeakable in
Shakespeare’s Macbeth and David Greig’s
Dunsinane
Chair: Gül Kurtuluş
BRITISH NOVEL I
Rebecca Bolin: Language Regulation as an
Instrument for Power and Control in Lois Lowry’s
The Giver
Arzu Korucu: Loss of Innocence: The Enemy
Archetype in Lord of the Flies
Zübeyir Savaş: Ideological Reading of British
Subcultural Novel: Porno by Irvine Welsh
Chair: Alev Karaduman
POETRY
Uğur E. Küçükboyacı: Withdrawal and
Ritual in Matthew Arnold’s “The Scholar
Gipsy”
Bircan Sıkık: Where Passion and Madness
Meet: Deviant Love and Appropriation in
Swinburne’s “Leper”
Ana Ashraf: Language Shift in War Poems
Chair: Nazmi Ağıl
15:00-15:15
15:15-16:30
DRAMA - II
Kübra Vural: A Serious Confrontation
Pantomime by Derek Walcott
Özlem Özmen: Fighting Fire with Fire:
Unavoidable Violence in John Arden’s Serjeant
Musgrave’s Dance
Dilek Öztürk: “The Trembling Limits of Our
Language”: Beckett and Derrida in
Deconstructive Concepts
Chair: Mustafa Şahiner.
TRANSLATION STUDIES - II
Özden Şahin: Humour Translation in
Translation Classroom
Ümit Türe: Indirect Translation through
Translation/Publishing Politics
Mohammed Farghal: The Pragmatics of
Translation
Chair: Şafak Nediceyuva
RUSHDIE AND HIS NOVELS
Ayla Oğuz: Ghost Women in
Salman Rushdie’s Shame
Gaye Kuru: A Study on the
Grotesque Feeling of Shame as
Destructive and Regenerating Power
in Shame by Salman Rushdie
Chair: Suat Cakova
ELT-IV
Nejla Gezmiş Ceyhan: An Evaluation of an
English Coursebook ‘Spot on Grade 8’
Mehdi Solhi Andarab & Burcu Koç: A
Cultural Content Analysis of Language Leader
Coursebook Exploring Culture with Big C and
Culture with Small c.
Harun Şimşek& Rümeysa Pektaş: The Use
of Videotaping as a Mirror: Self Reflection and
Peer Evaluation of the Inside Outsiders.
Chair: Nejla Gezmiş Ceyhan
CONTEMPORARY NOVEL II
Ufuk Sepetçi Gündoğan: Nomen
est Omen: A.S. Byatt’s Angels and
Insects
Baysar Tanıyan: The Historical
Sublime in Banville’s The Sea
Chair: Mehmet Ali Çelikel
MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
Şafak Nediceyuva: Limitations of Political
Liberation: A Look on Late Anglo-Saxon
Literature
Berkan Ulu: Medieval 18+ : Pornography in
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Hülya Taflı Düzgün: The Making of Self and
Chivalric Identity in Boeve de Haumtone and
Bevis of Hampton
Chair: Önder Göncüoğlu
POSTCOLONIAL VOICES II
Reyhan Özer Tanıyan: Raja: A
Colonized Tiger of Narayan
Faruk Kökoğlu: Desire and
Becoming in T.E. Lawrence and
Marmaduke Pickthall’s Oriental
Encounters
Chair: Faruk Kökoğlu
LUNCH
12:30-13:30
13:30-15:00
HALL E
Keynote Address: Geoffrey Nash ‘TRANSLATING THE NEAR EAST—FROM ORIENTALISM TO MIGRANT LITERATURE’
Chair: Himmet Umunç
10:30-10:45
10:45-12:15
HALL D
FILM STUDIES
Berkem Gürenci: An Approach to Adaptation
from the Perspective of a Late Gen-X’er
Selahattin Karagöz: Using In-Game Narrative
As Manufacturing Consent Device in Moral
Based Video Game Narrative: Through New
Mode of Poetics in Videogame
Barış Gümüşbaş: Class and Culture Wars in
Billy Elliot
Chair: Murat Göç
COFFEE BREAK
DRAMA - III
Enes Kavak: Representing Working Classes in
Women’s Suffrage Theatre: Edith Lyttelton
Çağlayan Doğan: The Reflections of Madness
in Sarah Kane’s Blasted and Mark Ravenhill’s
Shopping and F***ing
Atalay Gündüz: Men in Petticoats: Shaw’s
Women Characters in his Late Victorian and
Edwardian Plays
Chair: Erdinç Parlak
16:45-18:00
TÜRKİYE’DE İNGİLİZ DİLİ VE EDEBİYATI ARAŞTIRMALARI: IDEA’NIN ROLÜ VE İŞLEVİ ( OPEN FORUM)
19:00
DINNER AT AKYAKA (Sign up at the Registration Desk)
8th International IDEA Conference. Studies in English
April 16–18, 2014
Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University
HALL A
09:00-10:00
HALL B
DIASPORA LITERATURE
S.P. Rajguru: Quest of Identity and Treatment of
Racism in Andrea Levy’s fiction
Şule Okuroğlu: Diasporic Consciousness in The
Nowhere Man
Mustafa Güneş: Ending up with Nothing and Belonging
to Nowhere: Displacement and Alienation in Naipaul’s
Half a Life
Chair: Çiğdem Alp
GENDER AND LITERATURE
Azime Pekşen Yakar: “Seiknes Incurabill”: Robert
Henryson’s Leprous Cresseid
Rabia Nesrin Er: Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the
d’Urbervilles and The Return of The Native
Seda Coşar Çelik: Margaret Oliphant’s Overproduction
and Anxiety of Writing: A Study of her Autobiography
Banu Akçeşme & Neşe Şenel: The Encroachment of
Patriarchy on the Female Domains: Nature and Home
Roaring Against Women in Wuthering Heights
Chair: Mahinur Akşehir
ECOCRITICSM
Ece Saatçioğlu: Freeing Turtles, Regenerating Lives:
Confinement and Emancipation in Turtle Diary
Önder Çetin: Sacred Calling: Environment, Culture and
Myth in The Whale Rider
Ayşe Çiftcibaşı: The Earth Burning Away and the
Society Falling Apart: The Drought as Ecological
Dystopia
Chair: Nilsen Gökçen
ELT – V
Havva Sümeyra Pektaş, Salih Çatal, Songül
Tehneldere&Emine Gümral: An Analysis of the
Factors Affecting Foreign Language Learning.
Şevki Kömür&Pelin Demirtaş: Language Learning
Challenges of Turkish Learners of English in a Second
Language Context: A Case Study in England
Turan Paker: What is Assessed in a Typical
Achievement Test in the School of Foreign Languages
in Turkey
Lenka Stehlikova: Contextual Disengagement in
Functıonal Sentence Perspective
Chair: Turan Paker
GENDER AND NOVEL
Tuğba Şabanoğlu: Mothers and Motherlands:
Gender and National Identity in Kate Atkinson’s
Behind the Scenes at the Museum
Şule Akdoğan: An Analysis of Patriarchal and
Feminist Discourses in Angela Carter’s The
Position of the New Eve
Bircan Çağlar: A Study of Motherhood, Poverty
and Violence in Pat Barker’s Liza’s England
Chair: Ece Saatçioğlu
CONTEMPORARY DRAMA
Mahinur Akşehir: Experiences of War and the
Trauma of Guilt in Ninaveh and References to
Salvador Dali
Erdinç Parlak: Anti-Hero as an Artist: Edward
Bond’s Basho in Narrow Road to the Deep North and
Shakespeare in Bingo
Ahmet Gökhan Biçer, Hakan Gültekin: Howard
Barker’s The Castle: Constructing the Walls of Fear
Chair: Ahmet Gökhan Biçer
FANTASY
Aslı Değirmenci: Supernatural Elements in the
Magical Realism and Fantasy Fiction: A
Comparison
Çiğdem Alp: Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Lolly
Willowes; or, The Loving Huntsman: Fantasy,
Witchcraft and the Desire for a New Order
Cenk Tan: From Consumerism to Corpocracy
in David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas: “An Orison of
Sonmi 451”
Chair: Feryal Çubukçu
TRANSLATION STUDIES – III
Cansu Canseven: “Çik-Lit” As a New Genre in Turkish
Literary System
Hasnaa Chakir: Form or content in translating “Alice’s
Adventures in Wonderland” into Arabic
Tuncay Tezcan: (Mis) Representations of Oriental
Images in “Midnight Express” as an Intersemiotics
Translation
Chair: Çiğdem Pala Mull
ELT - VI
Ufuk Balaman: A Descriptive Analysis of Turkish ELT
Academia Based on Ph.D. Theses in Terms of
Research Trends and Supervisors.
Mehmet Abi: Using Classical Films to Teach English as
a Foreign Language.
Chair: Eda Üstünel
LUNCH
14:45-15:00
15:00-16:00
TRAVEL LITERATURE
Önder Göncüoğlu: A Modern Time Traveller:
Kathrine Branning’s Representation of Turkishness
and Turkish Culture
Seda Şen: Where Do I Belong? The “Tourist” in E.M.
Forster’s Where Angels Fear to Tread
Mustafa Büyükgebiz: How the Enemy Has
Changed: Islamophobia and Post 9/11 Syndrome in
John Le Carre’s Novel: A Most Wanted Man
Chair: Orkun Kocabıyık
COFFEE BREAK
12:30-13:30
13:30-14:45
HALL D
Keynote Address: Steve Walsh ‘APPROPRIATE METHODOLOGIES FOR INVESTIGATING CLASSROOM DISCOURSE’
Chair: Eda Üstünel
10:00-10:15
10:45-12:15
HALL C
COFFEE BREAK
BRITISH NOVEL II
Dilek Kantar: Master-Servant Relationship in
Canonical Eighteenth Century Novels
Yağmur Başak Selimoğlu: Chinese Whispers in
Bleak House: Manipulating Plot in Terms of
Serialization
Chair: Aylin Alkaç
16:00-16:15
COFFEE BREAK
16:15-17:15
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