Program

 

Monday July 21

 

14:30        Conference desk opens

 

16-18:30 Aula Magna (ground floor)

Opening of the conference (Gianmaria AJANI, Rettore of the University of Turin; Enrico MALTESE, Head of the Department of Studi Umanistici)

Introduction: What is empirical research on texts? (Aldo NEMESIO, University of Turin)

Keynote: From Toronto to Torino, 14 years of media psychology (Elly KONIJN, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

 

18:30-20  Reception

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Tuesday July 22

 

9:30-11:10 Session 1

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Peter DIXON, Univ. of Alberta, Canada)

Symposium: Aesthetic engagement during moments of suffering (Chair and coordinator: Don KUIKEN, Univ. of Alberta, Canada)

Information and Communication Technology (Chair: Emily T. TROSCIANKO, St John’s Coll., Oxford, United Kingdom)

9:30-9:55

Dealing with reception deception (Rémi Armand TCHOKOTHE, Univ. of Bayreuth, Germany)

Moments of being during literary reading (Paul SOPCAK, MacEwan Univ., Canada)

Reading/writing in ICT. Manouvers, tactics, and strategies (Jarosław KOPEĆ, The National Library of Poland)

9:55-10:20

Bi-directionality in metaphor and the grotesque (Chanita GOODBLATT, Ben-Gurion Univ.; Joseph GLICKSOHN, Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel)

Narrative and aesthetic emotions while reading about suffering (E.M. KOOPMAN, Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Reconsidering hypertextuality and online reading practices: a transmedial comparison between travel books and travel blogs (Stefano CALZATI, Univ. of Leeds, United Kingdom)

10:20-10:45

Interpretative agreement in a fragmented, multilayered short story with little cohesion (Cecilia THERMAN, Univ. of Helsinki, Finland)

Catharsis, what is thy pleasure? A theoretical exploration of clarification (Guan Soon KHOO, Roanoke Coll., U.S.A.)

Typology of weblog genres generated through computer-assisted meta-data analysis (Maciej MARYL, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)

10:45-11:10

Constructing the holocaust narrative: on site, in literature and in film (Sonja CHRISTOPH, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Aesthetic reflection at the limits of expressibility (Don KUIKEN, Univ. of Alberta, Canada)

Highlights and lowlights: tracking reader response online (Bronwen THOMAS, Bournemouth Univ., United Kingdom)

 

11:10-11:40 Coffee break

 

11:40-12:55 Aula Magna (ground floor)

Chair: Frank HAKEMULDER (Utrecht Univ., The Netherlands)

Keynote: Towards a neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading (Arthur JACOBS, Free University, Berlin, Germany)

 

12:55-14:30 Lunch break

 

14:30-16:10 Session 2

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Rémi Armand TCHOKOTHE, Univ. of Bayreuth, Germany)

Empirical study of literature/Education (Chair: Chanita GOODBLATT, Ben-Gurion Univ., Israel)

Semiotics (Chair: Rosamaria LORETELLI, Univ. of Napoli, Italy)

14:30-14:55

Counting poetic images (Vadim ANDREEV, Smolensk State Univ., Russia)

llustration, interaction and text in interactive books for early readers (Zsófia RUTTKAY, Moholy-Nagy Művészeti Egyetem, Budapest; Emőke VARGA, Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Szeged, Hungary)

What does “empirical” mean for semiotics? (Guido FERRARO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

14:55-15:20

The embodied reader: the effect of narrative perspective on literature understanding and appreciation (Franziska HARTUNG, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen; Michael BURKE, Univ. Coll. Roosevelt, Middelburg and Utrecht Univ.; Peter HAGOORT, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen; Roel WILLEMS, Radboud Univ. Nijmegen and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

Activity, response, and involvement in interactive books for children (Anikó ILLÉS, Judit BÉNYEI, Moholy-Nagy Univ. of Art and Design; Gabriella PATAKY, ELTE Univ. of Budapest; Zsófia RUTTKAY, Moholy-Nagy Univ. of Art and Design; Andrea SCHMIDT, Moholy-Nagy Univ. of Art and Design and Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary)

“How a whole is made”: Russian Formalists’ theoretical practices and empirical models (Stefania SINI, Univ. del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro, Italy)

15:20-15:45

An empirical approach to studying young readers of utopian literature (Justyna DESZCZ-TRYHUBCZAK, Wroclaw Univ., Poland)

The explicit benefits of reading fiction. Focus group discussions among young adults (Kersti NILSSON, Univ. of Boras, Sweden)

Approaching the «meandertale»: «translace», «translout», «transluding». On the untranslatability of Joyce’s Finnegans Wake (Gabriele MARINO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

15:45-16:10

Affective tones: investigating the relationship between sound shape and meaning in poetry (Maria KRAXENBERGER, Free Univ. of Berlin, Germany)

Teaching English as performance: two workshop experiments (Mara LOGALDO, IULM, Italy)

Like it or not. The sociosemiotic analysis of a Tv programme in the age of the productive audience (Antonio SANTANGELO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

 

16:10-16:40 Coffee break

 

16:40-18:20 Session 3

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Joseph GLICKSOHN, Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel)

Semiotics/Game studies/Media (Chair: Guido FERRARO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

Literary studies (Chair: Stefania SINI, Univ. del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro, Italy)

16:40-17:05

The emotion potential of words in literary reading - An fMRI study (Chun-Ting HSU, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Markus CONRAD, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany - Universidad de La Laguna, Spain; Francesca M.M. CITRON, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany - Princeton Univ., U.S.A.; Arthur M. JACOBS, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)

Challenge and threat: the mediating role of arousal on videogame engagement (Katrina FONG & Raymond A. MAR, York Univ., Canada)

Descriptions and perspective (Monika FLUDERNIK, Univ. of Freiburg, Germany)

17:05-17:30

Learning from what is not true? The attitudes of 158 young readers to fictional and factual narratives (Torsten PETTERSSON, Uppsala Univ., Sweden)

The ludic shift. Game testing as embedded empirical study of user response (Ivan MOSCA, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

Filming Minimalism: a contradiction in terms? (John DOUTHWAITE, Univ. of Genoa, Italy)

17:30-17:55

A secondary analysis of transportation and identification: Looking for similarities and differences in processes of narrative processing (Jonathan COHEN & Nurit TAL-OR, Univ. of Haifa, Israel)

The novelistic remediation of digital media in the fictions of Foer and Powers (Hyewon SHIN, Korea Univ., Korea)

Where were they when they read? Comparisons in the use of fictional contexts from ancient narratives to narratives for silent reading (Rosamaria LORETELLI, Univ. of Napoli, Italy)

17:55-18:20

Experimenting with the Imagination (Emily T. TROSCIANKO, St John’s Coll., Oxford, United Kingdom)

Encyclopedic novel and hypertextuality. From Finnegans Wake to Gravity’s Rainbow (Simone REBORA, Univ. of Verona, Italy)

Observations on performance: new perspectives for theatre in the frame of empirical studies of literature (Mariana SIMONI, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

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Wednesday July 23

 

9:30-11:10 Session 4

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Anna CHESNOKOVA, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv Univ., Ukraine)

Symposium: the multidimensional nature of literary interpretation for novice adolescent readers and the demands of scaffolding their learning in school environments (Chair and coordinator: Carol D. LEE, Northwestern Univ., U.S.A.)

Literary studies (Chair: Monika FLUDERNIK, Univ. of Freiburg, Germany)

9:30-9:55

Attention and depth of processing during the reading of literary texts (Amir HARASH, Yeshayahu SHEN, Tel Aviv Univ., Israel)

Engaging adolescents in interpretive discussions of literary texts (Susan R. GOLDMAN & Teresa SOSA, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago; Sarah LEVINE, Northwestern Univ., U.S.A.)

Contingencies of value redux (Zachary P. NORWOOD, Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand)

9:55-10:20

Reading lines, reading times: a psycholinguistic approach to ‘difficult’ poetry processing (Davide CASTIGLIONE, Univ. of Nottingham, United Kingdom)

A multidimensional model of literary understanding for adolescent novice readers (Carol D. LEE & Sarah LEVINE, Northwestern Univ., U.S.A.)

Point of view in Horror: A True Tale and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Ilaria RIZZATO, Univ. of Genoa, Italy)

10:20-10:45

Interior music: an examination of the sociocognitive abilities of fiction writers (Theanna BISCHOFF & Joan PESKIN, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Univ. of Toronto, Canada)

Developing assessments of students’ literary reasoning: the complexity of understanding rhetorical devices (Kathryn S. MCCARTHY, Stephen W. BRINER, Susan R. GOLDMAN, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago; Joseph P. MAGLIANO, Northern Illinois Univ., U.S.A.)

Frankenstein is alive and kicking: A multidimensional model of the literary work in culture (David FISHELOV, The Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel)

10:45-11:10

The impact of reflection and remoteness of life events on drama’s pleasures (Guan Soon KHOO, Roanoke Coll., U.S.A.)

Discussion

Towards a new critical understanding of Ancient Egyptian rhetorical literary devices (Hany RASHWAN, Univ. of London, United Kingdom)

 

11:10-11:40 Coffee break

 

11:40-12:55  Aula Magna (ground floor)

Chair: Marisa BORTOLUSSI (Univ. of Alberta, Canada)

Keynote: Turning the poetics of movere into a tool of empirical research (Winfried MENNINGHAUS, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

 

12:55-14:30 Lunch break

 

14:30-16:10 Session 5

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Jan AURACHER, Konan Univ. Kobe, Japan)

Empirical study of literature and media (Chair: Massimo SALGARO, Univ. of Verona, Italy)

Education (Chair: Daniele BORGOGNI, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

14:30-14:55

Average information content as a literary and narrative measure in fiction (Matthias SPRINGER, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Reading film (Aldo NEMESIO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

Teaching literature through on-line discussion: theory and practice (Monica MANZOLILLO, Univ. of Salerno, Italy)

14:55-15:20

Intransparent fictional minds and empathic responses (Doreen TRIEBEL, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany)

Phenomenology of the foregrounding experience in film and literature (Katalin BÁLINT & Frank HAKEMULDER, Utrecht Univ., The Netherlands)

The narrator in picture book stories for very young children (Marie Luise RAU, Germany)

15:20-15:45

Aesthetics, institutions, and the empirical study of literary response (Bartosz STOPEL, Univ. of Silesia, Poland)

The socio-stylistics and statistics of The Wire’s subtitles: The game done changed... (Jane LUGEA, Univ. of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)

Online edutainment videos: expert discourse and knowledge dissemination recontextualised in TED talks (Laura SANTINI, Univ. of Genoa, Italy)

15:45-16:10

The quality of reading – a theoretical approach (Kjell Ivar SKJERDINGSTAD, Univ. Coll. of Oslo and Akershus, Norway)

The interrelation of cognitive and emotional responses during film viewing – the effect of the causal structure of narratives (Orsolya PAPP-ZIPERNOVSZKY, Univ. of Szeged, Hungary; Katalin BÁLINT, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands; Andras BALINT KOVACS, Eotvos Lorand Univ., Hungary)

The books of the hour – modern Italian novels as a corpus to up-date foreign students’ cultural and linguistic competence (Karolina WOLFF, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland)

 

16:10-16:40 Coffee break

 

16:40-18:20 Session 6

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Willie VAN PEER, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Matthias SPRINGER, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Literary studies (Chair: Jane LUGEA, Univ. of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)

16:40-17:05

Detection of resonance across discontinuous text passages among insight oriented readers (Don KUIKEN & David S. MIALL, Univ. of Alberta; Paul Campbell, MacEwan Univ., Canada)

The effectiveness of rhetorical figures in literary reading (Massimo SALGARO, Univ. of Verona, Italy)

Giovanni Verga’s Mastro-don Gesualdo: a cinematic novel? (Paolo GIOVANNETTI, Iulm Univ. - Milan, Italy)

17:05-17:30

Emotion and memory in the appreciation of literary text (Peter DIXON & Marisa BORTOLUSSI, Univ. of Alberta, Canada)

From literature to speech corpora and back again. An empirical study of conceptual metaphor (Joanna SZWABE, Adam   Mickiewicz Univ.; Jakub BARTOSZEWICZ, Adam Mickiewicz Univ. - Poznan Univ. of Technology, Poland

“Must I needs want solidness because by metaphors I speak?”: a case for the empirical study of emblematics (Daniele BORGOGNI, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

17:30-17:55

Terms used to designate and evaluate the aesthetic appeal of literature (Valentin WAGNER & Christine KNOOP, Max-Planck-Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt; Thomas JACOBSEN, Helmut Schmidt Univ. - Univ. of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg; Winfried MENNINGHAUS, Max-Planck-Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt, Germany)

 How to (or not to) research reception of fiction in public spaces: methodological reflections (Katarina ERIKSSON BARAJAS, Linköping Univ., Sweden)

The universe of Renaissance Italian sacred poems: 1475-1758, (Erminia ARDISSINO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

17:55-18:20

An item response theory analysis of fiction and nonfiction print-exposure checklists (Marina RAIN, Katrina FONG, Justin B. MULLIN & Raymond A. MAR, York Univ., Canada)

 

 

 

20:00 Conference Dinner

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Thursday July 24

 

9:30-11:10 Session 7

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Elizabeth K. Y. LOH, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Symposium: poetics of resistance in the Americas (Chair and coordinator: Maria Lúcia MILLÉO MARTINS, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

Empirical study of literature and media (Chair: Teckyoung KWON, Kyung Hee Univ., Korea)

9:30-9:55

Implicit associations between acoustic characteristics of phonemes and emotions (Jan AURACHER, Konan Univ. Kobe, Japan)

Dionne Brand’s polyphonic poetics: the art of giving voice (Maria Lúcia MILLÉO MARTINS, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

Narrative persuasion as a mechanism of framing effects: the mediating role of engagement with characters in crime news (Barbara MALEČKAR, Univ. of Augsburg, Germany; David GILES, Univ. of Winchester, UK; Magdalena ZAWISZA, Anglia Ruskin Univ., UK)

9:55-10:20

Does the literary thriller resemble literature or thrillers? An investigation into style and sentiment (Corina KOOLEN, Univ. of Amsterdam; Kim JAUTZE, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, The Hague, The Netherlands)

Resistance or hegemony: hemispheric (dis)encounters in Oliver Stone´s South of the Border (Anelise R. CORSEUIL, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

Mystery story reading in pocket print book and on Kindle: possible impact on chronological events memory (A. MANGEN, Univ. of Stavanger, Norway; P. ROBINET, Nice-Sophia Antipolis Univ., France; G. OLIVIER, Nice-Sophia Antipolis Univ., France; J.-L. VELAY, CNRS Aix-Marseille Univ., France)

10:20-10:45

Readers' viewpoint shifts as a function of grammatical person of a protagonist during online narrative reading (Yasunori MORISHIMA, International Christian Univ.; Yuki FUKUDA, Hosei Univ.; Kohei TSUNEMI, Iwaki Junior Coll., Japan)

Igloolik Isuma’s The Journals of Knud Rasmussen (2007) and the poetics of resistance (Neide GARCIA PINHEIRO, Universidade Estadual do Centro Oeste, Brazil)

Mnemonic journalism: Israeli journalists and the “new historiography” debate (Oren MEYERS, Univ. of Haifa, Israel)

10:45-11:10

Modeling the relationships between language skills and sentence comprehension among Chinese junior elementary graders (Xiao-Yun XIAO, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Discussion

 

 

11:10 -11:40 Coffee break

 

11:40-12:55 Aula Magna (ground floor)

Chair: Peppino ORTOLEVA (University of Turin)

Keynote: Detextualizing. How to write the history of audiences (Jerome BOURDON, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel)

 

12:55-14:30 Lunch break

 

14:30-16:10 Aula Magna (ground floor)

Society General Meeting

 

16:10-16:40 Coffee break

 

16:40-18:20 Session 8

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: J. Berenike HERRMANN, Goettingen Univ., Germany)

Literature and media from an evolutionary perspective (Chair: Guan Soon KHOO, Roanoke Coll., U.S.A.)

Literary studies (Chair: Erminia ARDISSINO, Univ. of Turin, Italy)

16:40-17:05

Literature as mortality salience? (Matthias SPRINGER & Willie VAN PEER, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Probing the lure of horror: a case for a biocultural, consilient criticism of narrative fiction (Jens KJELDGAARD-CHRISTIANSEN, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark)

In media stat virtus: David Foster Wallace, Victor Pelevin and the effects of media on the postmodern novel(ist) (Maddalena GRATTAROLA, Univ. Coll. London, United Kingdom)

17:05-17:30

Anyone came to live here some time ago (Willie VAN PEER, Univ. of Munich, Germany; Anna CHESNOKOVA, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv Univ., Ukraine)

Dying to know: a preliminary biocultural investigation of morbid curiosity (Satine VON GERSDORFF, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark)

Literature and life in Gramsci’s Letters from Prison (Moira DE IACO, Univ. of Salento, Italy)

17:30-17:55

Introspection – a challenge for empirical studies of literature? (Thomas EDER, Univ. of Vienna, Austria)

Adaptation studies and empirical aesthetics (Pascal NICKLAS, Johannes Gutenberg Univ. Mainz, Germany)

Replotting the narrative self: an empirically grounded psychological interpretation of “Young Goodman Brown” (Scott HARSHBARGER, Hofstra Univ., U.S.A.)

17:55-18:20

Free indirect discourse and perspective-taking during reading: effects of text genre (Elsi KAISER, Univ. of Southern California, U.S.A.)

The social apocalypse: on post-apocalyptic fiction in a biocultural perspective (Mathias CLASEN, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark)

Experiencing tragedy: affect and cognition (Teckyoung KWON, Kyung Hee Univ., Korea)

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Friday July 25

 

9:30-11:10 Session 9

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Pascal NICKLAS, Johannes Gutenberg Univ. Mainz, Germany)

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Orsolya PAPP-ZIPERNOVSZKY, Univ. of Szeged, Hungary)

Literary studies (Chair: Moniek M. KUIJPERS, Utrecht Univ., The Netherlands)

9:30-9:55

Does reading canonical literary fiction improve theory of mind in adolescents? (J. Berenike HERRMANN, Goettingen Univ., Germany)

The REDES project: a follow-up after 10 years (Anna CHESNOKOVA, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv Univ., Ukraine; Sonia ZYNGIER, Federal Univ. of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Willie VAN PEER, Univ. of Munich, Germany)

Thinking through Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘Jenny’ (Aurora Faye MARTINEZ, Purdue Univ., U.S.A.)

9:55-10:20

Creating print media for ethnic minority youth: a case study of the use of peer-written picture storybooks in the Chinese as a second language (CSL) classroom (Elizabeth K. Y. LOH, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Empirical studies of literature in Brazil (Daniela VERSIANI, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Hungarian women's literature in Polish publishing market (Magdalena ROGUSKA, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland)

10:20-10:45

Literary discourse and local repercussions: Paulo Coelho and the cultural practice in Santiago de Compostela, capital of Galicia (Elías José TORRES FEIJÓ & María Luisa FERNÁNDEZ RODRÍGUEZ, Univ. of Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

Why should we feel suspense by the fate of Hauke Haien? (Gerhard LAUER & Annekathrin SCHACHT, Universität Goettingen, Germany)

The project and the surprise: invisible, “sensitive space” and meanings in writing and reading stories (Giampaolo SPINATO, Univ. of Venice, Italy)

10:45-11:10

Non-invasive brain stimulation in ‘neuro narratology’. Advantages, disadvantages, and applicability of tDCS and TMS (Annika HAMACHERS, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)

The agency of poetry in the empowerment of the poetry reader (Daniela CAVALLI, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)

 

 

11:10-11:40 Coffee break

 

11:40-12:55 Session 10

 

Room F1 (first floor)

Room F2 (first floor)

Room F3 (first floor)

 

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Anne MANGEN, Univ. of Stavanger, Norway)

Empirical study of literature (Chair: Gerhard LAUER, Universität Goettingen, Germany)

Literary studies (Chair: Maddalena GRATTAROLA, Univ. Coll. London, United Kingdom)

11:40-12:05

Effects of reading literary fiction among individuals varying in alexithymia: the moderating role of narrative engagement (Sander KOOLE, Dalya SAMUR & Mattie TOPS, VU Univ. Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Trust the subtext (Bill LOUW, Univ. of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe)

A Croatian children's classic in Burgerland Croatian translation (Katarina ALADROVIĆ-SLOVAČEK & Smiljana NARANČIĆ KOVAČ, Univ. of Zagreb, Croatia)

12:05-12:30

The operationalizability of narration. An attempt to empirically validate textual narrative features (Annika HAMACHERS, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)

Effects of deviation on absorption and evaluative responses (Moniek M. KUIJPERS, Utrecht Univ., The Netherlands)

The reading of A la recherche du temps perdu – some clues (Samira MURAD, Univ. of São Paulo, Brazil)

12:30-12:55

     

 

CONFERENCE ENDS

 

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