DAY 1: 15 APRIL 2015 (WED)
HALLS
GRAND HALL (BÜYÜK SALON)
ORANGE HALL (TURUNCU SALON)
BLUE HALL (MAVİ SALON)
PINK HALL (PEMPE SALON)
08:30-09:30
REGISTRATION
09:30-10:30
WELCOMING CEREMONY and OPENING SPEECHES (Grand Hall)
10:30-10:45
COFFEE BREAK
10:45-11:45
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Iain Galbraith “Porpoises, Absent Voices: Early Translations from the West of Scotland (circa 1960)” (Chair: Emel Doğramacı) (Grand Hall)
11:45-12:00
COFFEE BREAK
12:00-13:00
POETRY I
SHAKESPEARE
GENDER I
DRAMA I
Büşra Kırmızı !
“Dual Nature of Violence and Divided Self of Man in the
Poems of Ted Hughes” !
Ayşe Güneş
!
“Love as a Solution to Human Misery in Arnold’s ‘Dover
Beach’ and Browning’s ‘Love among the Ruins’”!
CHAIR: Şafak Nediceyuva
Murat Öğütcü!
“Julius Caesar: Tyrannicide Made Unpopular”!
Hasan Topbaş - Sadık Çalışkan!
“The Use of Shakespeare in Contemporary Advertising
Practices”!
CHAIR: Ferit Şahin
Gülsüm Tuğçe Çetin!
“As a Part of Chicana Feminism: the Examination of Race and Class
Issues”!
Seda Öz!
“Analysis of Robinsonades from a ‘Bakhtinian’ Adaptation Studies
Perspective: Elizabeth Whittaker’s “Robina Crusoe and Her Lonely
Island Home”!
CHAIR: Huriye Reis
Ece Çakır !
“A Feminist Reading of Fanny Burney’s Edwy and Elgiva
(1795): The Female Body as the Battlefield of Patriarchal /
Political Power Play”
Şafak Horzum!
“Taming of the Libertine’s Masculinity in Goldsmith’s She
Stoops to Conquer”
CHAIR: Ahmet Gökhan Biçer
13:00-14:15
LUNCH BREAK (BALLROOM)
NON-FICTION
14:15-15:45
Fatih Öztürk!
“Fiction or Preconception: The "Ape" Allegory in Rose
Macaulay's The Towers of Trebizond”
Julia Szołtysek!
“” A Spectacle which would Make a Hundred Painters Drop
their Brushes in Astonishment"!
Sarah Orgun-Perrault!
“Ethos and Persona in Popular Science Texts"
CHAIR: John Stotesbury
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Kübra Baysal!
Neslihan Yılmaz Demirkaya!
"Reviving the Mummy from Stoker's The Jewel of Seven Stars “Identities at Stake: Unintelligibility of the ‘Phallic’ Female in Ann
to Rice's The Mummy"!
Jellicoe’s The Sport of My Mad Mother”
Zübeyir Savaş!
Arpine Mızıkyan Akfıçıcı!
“Family Myth and Patriarchal Ideology in the Animation
“From A Journey of Inner Struggle to a Catastrophe: Henrik Ibsen’s
Movies and Children’s Serial How to Train Your Dragon by
Hedda Gabler”
Cressida Cowell”
Melahat Sibel Dinçel
Yousef Awad!
“Catharsis Re-Defined by In-Yer-Face Audiences”!
“‘I bear witness’: Lalami’s appropriation of Behn’s Oroonoko"
CHAIR: Mustafa Şahiner
CHAIR: Ertuğrul Koç
15:45-16:00
16:00-17:30
DRAMA II
ELT I
Selahattin Yılmaz!
“CEFR, Its Areas of Use, and Role in Test Validation”!
Şeyma Erzincanlı!
“The Influence of Gender on Career Choice for Turkish
Language Students in Erciyes University”!
Fatih Bayram!
“A Socio-cognitive Proposal for Second Language
Acquisition”!
CHAIR: Gülten Genç
COFFEE BREAK
DRAMA III
PROSE I
Ahmet Gökhan Biçer - Hakan Gültekin!
Gonca Karaca!
“A Bakhtinian Reading of Caryl Churchill's Feminist Discourse
“David Lodge’s Use of Autobiography and Biography” !
in Top Girls”
Elzem Nazlı!
Tuğba Şimşek!
“Barnes's Engagement with Baudrillard's Theories in England,
“Disempowered Others and the Female Solidarity in Sue
England”
!
Townsend's Bazaar and Rummage (1982)”
Yiğit Sümbül!
Pınar Yüksel!
“Memory as an Unreliable Source of History and/or as the
“Cloud Nine in Relation to Epic Theatre”
Smilacrum of the Past in Julian Barnes' England, England”
CHAIR: Melahat Sibel Dinçel
CHAIR: Meltem Kıran-Raw
GENDER II
ELT II
Mehmet Başak Uysal !
“ Victimized Women in some of Katherine
Mansfield’s Short Stories”!
Arsev Ayşen Arslanoğlu Yıldıran!
“Dissociation of Women from Their Selves”!
CHAIR: Alev Karaduman
Gülten Genç - Emine Kuluşaklı - Savaş Aydın
“Exploring EFL and ELL Learners’ Perceived Self-Efficacy and
Beliefs on English Language Learning”
Tahsin Yağcı!
“Mobile Social Media Challenges Digital Natives”!
Marjorie M. Miguel
“Performance Before Competence: Learning the English
Language Through Mobile Gamification”
CHAIR: Zennure Köseman
17:30-18:00
Buses leave campus for RECEPTION at KALEGÖL HOTEL
19:00-22:00
RECEPTION (DINNER at KALEGÖL HOTEL)
DAY 2: 16 APRIL 2015 (THU)
HALLS
GRAND HALL (BÜYÜK SALON)
ORANGE HALL (TURUNCU SALON)
BLUE HALL (MAVİ SALON)
09:15-10:15
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: George Szirtes “The Artist in Real and Virtual Company” (Chair: Işıl Hitit) (Grand Hall)
10:15-10:30
COFFEE BREAK
10:30-12:00
GOTHIC
ANDREA LEVY
PROSE II
Laurence Raw
Meltem Kıran-Raw!
Ela İpek Gündüz
“Frankenstein, Radio and the Gothic Imagination”
“Andrea Levy’s The Long Song and African American Women
“French Lieutenant’s Woman as a Neo-Victorian Novel”
Ertuğrul Koç
Writers’ Neo-Slave Narratives”
Mustafa Güneş
“Gothic and the “Paradigm Shift:” Progression of History
Elif Öztabak Avcı!
“Postmodern Realism as a way of Projecting a Vision in Janet
and the Emergence of Horror Literature”
“A Study of the Narratee in Andrea Levy’s Neo-Slave Narrative The
Winterson's Sexing the Cherry”
Elçin Kandilci
Long Song”
Ayla Oğuz
“Text as a Fantastic Fiction, Film as a Gothic Fantasy: A Critical Study
Mete Çal!
“Reflections of Cultural Conception of Self in Zadie Smith's The
of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"
“Once Upon a Time in a Small Island by Andrea Levy: Diaspora and
Autograph Man”
CHAIR: Burçin Erol
Identity in Postcolonial Land”
CHAIR: Gül Koçsoy
CHAIR: Ayşem Seval
12:00-12:15
COFFEE BREAK
12:15-13:15
GALLIPOLI PANEL (Chair: Himmet Umunç) (Grand Hall)
13:15-14:30
LUNCH BREAK (BALLROOM)
14:30-16:00
PROSE III
PROSE IV
Sevcan Işık
!
Şebnem Kaya
“Evil Projected: An Eagletonian Approach to the Sleep of Reason”!
“Heathcliff the Humanimal as a Symbol of Environmental
Taner Can
Causality
! in Emily Bronte's The Wuthering Heights"
“Bakhtin on the Campus: A Bakhtinian Approach to Campus Novels” !
Yağmur Başak Selimoğlu!
Mukadder Erkan!
“Prostitution Issue in the Context of Victorian Society and Oliver
“A Kohutian Approach to ‘A Bit of Singing and Dancing’ by Susan
Twist”
Hill”!
CHAIR: Arsev Ayşen Arslanoğlu Yıldıran
CHAIR: Julia Szołtysek
16:00-16:15
16:15-17:15
PINK HALL (PEMPE SALON)
ECO-CRITICISM
Ayşen Demir!
“Nature Colonised and Alienated: Postcolonial Ecocritical
Approach to Derek Walcott’s ‘Crusoe’s Journal’ and Oodgeroo
Noonuccal’s ‘No More Boomerang’”!
Ayşe Çiftçibaşı!
“Fairy Tales on the Bakhtinian Road to Eco-Consciousness”!
Feryal Çubukçu!
“Ecological Citizenship in the Poems by Joy Harjo”!
CHAIR: Özlem Uzundemir
CHAUCER and MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
AMERICAN LITERATURE I
Şafak Nediceyuva!
"Chaucer's Depiction of Music in ‘The Canterbury Tales’"
Oya Bayıltmış Öğütcü!
“The Magic of Science in ‘the Franklin’s Tale’”
Ulaş Özgün!
“Pagan Literature at the Heart of an English Monastery: Odo of
Cheriton’s Moralised Animals as a Preaching Device “The Fox,
the Wolf, and the Well Bucket” and “The Cheese and the Raven”!
CHAIR: Huriye Reis
Zennure Köseman
“Prufrock’s Alienation Re-Experienced by Miss Brill in a
Different Context"
Gül Koçsoy
“A Neglected Child in Victorian Family: Henry James’ ‘The
Pupil’”
Nuray Önder!
“Cities Generating Life”!
CHAIR: Juan Abdulla Ibrahim Al-Banna
COFFEE BREAK
LITERATURE and TRANSLATION
AMERICAN LITERATURE II
ELT III
D.H. LAWRENCE
Zeynep Ayça Germen!
“Reverberations of Allen Ginsberg's Howl in Turkey."
Cenk Tan
“'Otherness' in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls”
CHAIR: Susanne Klinger
Sinem Türkel!
“Victimization and its Tragic Consequences on the Protogonist in
Philip Roth's The Human Stain”
Faruk Kalay
“The Symbols and Symbolism in Moon Palace by Paul Auster”
CHAIR: Zennure Köseman
Süleyman Nihad Şad - Feride Sel
“Once I Had an English Class: A Story of the Change from InClass Instructed English Course to a Web-Based One” !
Shabnam Rezaee - Farhad Pourebrahim
“The Effect of Instrumental and Integrative Orientations on
Learning English Language Speaking Skills in EFL Iranian
Learners
CHAIR: Emine Kuluşaklı
Yeşim Mersin Çal!
“Beauty and Art in Women in Love by D. H. Lawrence Through
Plotinus’ Perspective”
Seçil Çırak!
“The Problem of Existence in D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love
and Lady Chatterley’s Lover”
CHAIR: Sinan Akıllı
17:15-17:30
Buses leave campus for city centre
19:00-00:00
GALA DINNER at Double Tree (Hilton Hotel)
DAY 3: 17 APRIL 2015 (FRI)
HALLS
GRAND HALL (BÜYÜK SALON)
ORANGE HALL (TURUNCU SALON)
BLUE HALL (MAVİ SALON)
09:15-10:15
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: John Stotesbury “An Emergent Post-colonial Cultural Identity? The Gibraltar Case" (Chair: Burçin Erol) (Grand Hall)
10:15-10:30
COFFEE BREAK
10:30-12:00
GALLIPOLI and WAR LITERATURE
PROSE VI
POSTCOLONIAL I
DRAMA IV
İnez Baranay!
“A Fresh Look at Gallipoli on the Centenary of the Battle”!
Burcu Karadaş!
“On War Poetry: Wilfred Owen vs Mehmet Akif Ersoy”!
Azer Banu Kemaloğlu!
“Fictional Representations of Gallipoli: Thomas Keneally and Bruce Scates”!
CHAIR: Robyn Rowland
Mehmet Ali Çelikel!
“Urban Space and Existence in Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey”
Zekiye Antakyalıoğlu!
“James Joyce on Art, Poetics, and Pornography”!
Mehmet Akif Balkaya
"A Bakhtinian Reading of James Joyce’s The Dead”
CHAIR: Laurence Raw
Cengiz Karagöz!
“Consequences of Orientalism in Monica Ali’s Brick Lane”
Ercan Afacan!
“Un/homely Liminal Spaces and Transnational Temporalities in Jamal
Mahjoub’s Drift Latitudes”!
CHAIR: Aylin Alkaç
Gül Kurtuluş!
“Carnival, Libertinism, Sexuality, and the Representation of the
Restored King in Aphra Behn’s The Rover"
Kağan Kaya!
“Ugly Rumours: A Mocumentry beyond the Simulated Reality”
Gamze Şentürk!
“Biography and Theatre: Insignificance and Hysteria” !
CHAIR: Arpine Mızıkyan Akfıçıcı
POSTCOLONIAL II
BYRON
POSTCOLONIAL III
Mohammed Bakari - Derya Emir!
“The Inscriptions of Torture on the Body of the Barbarian Girl: J. M. Coetzee’s
Waiting for the Barbarians”
Kübra Kangüleç Coşkun!
“The Moor’s Last Sigh: the Abject, the Mother, and the Fall of a Nation”!
CHAIR: Sarah Orgun-Perrault
Zbigniew Bialas!
“Dressing Mazeppa: On Costumes and Wounds”!
Eda Kevser Şahin!
“Misogyny in Lord Byron’s Don Juan: Donna Julia, Haidee, and
Gülbeyaz”
CHAIR: Himmet Umunç
Reyhan Özer Tanıyan
“The Enigma of Naipaul”!
Dilek Tüfekçi Can
“Religious Landscapes in A Passage to India”!
CHAIR: Taner Can
PROSE VII
TRANSLATION STUDIES
EKPHRASTIC POETRY
Özlem Uzundemir
!
“Demythologising Picasso in Grace Nichols’s ‘Weeping Woman’”
!
Nazmi Ağıl!
“Who Gives a Crap to the Artist? Ekphrasis as a Dialogue Among Poets” !
CHAIR: Berkan Ulu
LUNCH BREAK (BALLROOM)
13:15-14:15
14:15-15:45
ROMANTICS
Suna Özcan!
“Illimited Joy of Birds: John Keats’ ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ and Thomas Hardy’s
‘The Darkling Thrush’”!
Seçil Erkoç!
“Keats’ Tragedy: To Live Ever or to Swoon to Death”!
Rajeswar Pal!
“Romantic Strain in American and British Poetry: A View”!
CHAIR: George Szirtes
ELT IV
Mehmet Temur
Baysar Tanıyan!
Mine Yazıcı - Sevda Pekcoşkun!
“The Determining Level of Motivation and Attitudes of Students Studying at the
“Last Orders for Stability”
“Neologisms as an Object of Study in Translation Studies”!
Preparatory School: the Case of İnönü University”
Mevlüde Zengin!
Ahad Ataie - Farhad Pourebrahim!
Susana Melon-Galvez
“Anthony Burgess’s Dystopian Vision in A Clockwork Orange: from Ultra- “Applying Klaudy’s Theory of Explicitations to the Farsi Translations of
“Translation Method: Navigating Second Language Acquisition of the K to 12 Violence and Dehumanisation of Man to Reliance on Human Goodness Both Adult and Children Literature The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Harry
Tertiary Filipino Technical Students”
Zeynep Apaydın!
Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Respectively"
Gülten Genç
“Will Self’s Short Story: Between the Conceits”!
Süleyman Aydın!
“Are EFL Pre-Service Teachers Ready to Manage Intercultural Challenges?”
CHAIR: Ayşem Seval
“The Problem of Translation of Philosophical Terms”!
CHAIR: İpek Uygur
CHAIR: Susanne Klinger
COFFEE BREAK
15:45-16:00
16:00-17:30
!
COFFEE BREAK
12:00-12:15
12:15-13:15
PINK HALL (PEMPE SALON)
PROSE VIII
PROSE IX
DRAMA V
GENDER III
Juan Abdulla Ibrahim Al-Banna!
“An Unconventional Narrative Approach in Gertrude Stein’s Avant-garde Works
Three Lives, Tender Buttons, and the Making of Americans”
Ali Can!
“Unconscious Anxiety of Lack of the Phallus in The Collector and Caliban’s Quest
of Dominance on Miranda”
Ladan Amir Safaei!
“The Lifelong Impacts of Adolescent Trauman in The Saffron Kitchen”
CHAIR: Rezzan Silkü
Gaye Kuru!
“History Gives Birth to the Monster Children: The Monstrosity in Midnight’s
Children by Salman Rushdie”!
Nil Korkut-Naykı!
“A Hauntological Reading of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca and My Cousin
Rachel”!
Mustafa Demirel!
“Rethinking Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist through a
Transnational Identity: the Protagonist’s Shifting Sense of Belonging”!
CHAIR: Alev Karaduman
Merve Kansız!
"Why bring you to light? 'Violence Appreciation' in the Storytelling
Practices in Sarah Kane's Blasted”
İpek Uygur
“The Turk: ‘A Scourge Sent Against us by the Anger of Heaven’”!
Murat Kadiroğlu
“From Text to Stage: A Semiological Analysis of Measure for Measure
Staged by John Burgess”!
CHAIR: Zennure Köseman
Ayşegül Herdili!
“The Ecofeminist Analysis of the Female Body in Margaret Atwood’s The
Edible Woman”
Gülden Yüksel!
“Queering the Sphere in ‘Brokeback Mountain’: Homosexual Body in
Nature”!
Meryem Ayan - Işıl Öteyaka (to be presented by Derya Emir)
“Postmodern Red Riding Hood: Bella Swan in Twilight Series”
CHAIR: Aylin Alkaç
17:30-18:30
Wrap-Up Session
18:30-18:45
Buses leave campus for SİLAHTAR MUSTAFA PAŞA CARAVANSERAI
18:45-20:00
Battalgazi Sightseeing Tour
20:00-21:30
Poetry Reading Session “This Intimate War: Gallipoli/Çanakkale 1915 – İçli Dışlı Bir Savaş: Gelibolu/Çanakkale 1915" (Dr. Robyn Rowland and Dr. Mehmet Ali Çelikel) (Chair: Himmet Umunç) at SİLAHTAR MUSTAFA PAŞA CARAVANSERAI
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