2017/06/21

06/27-30:第 11回国際メルヴィル会議 “Melville’s Crossings” のお知らせ@ロンドン

6月 27日〜30日にわたり、ロンドンにて第 11回国際メルヴィル会議が下記のとおり開催されます!

1日目のパネル 6 “The Melvillean Body” にて、巽先生が “Crossing the Line: The Rhetoric of Decapitation in Moby-Dickをご発表されます(@Council Room K.2.29, 13.45-15.15)。また、3日目にはパネル  23 “Melville’s Crossings: Round the World” にて、大学院 OBの田ノ口正悟さんが  “A Revolutionary Hero’s Transatlantic Crossings: Unity with the National Foe in Israel Potter をご発表されます(@Nash Lecture Theatre K2.40, 11.45-13.15)。

お近くにお住まいの方やご都合のつく方は、ぜひご来聴ください!

The Eleventh International Melville Society Conference
Melville’s Crossings
King’s College London, June 27-30 2017


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Tuesday June 27 
11.20-12.50
Panel 4: Atlantic Forms: Melville and Capitalism @K3.11
  • Joel Pfister (Wesleyan University), “Melville’s Argument with (Soft) Capitalism: The Anglo-American Diptychs as Theory”
  • Yu Otake (Ibaraki National College of Technology), “Expurgated Labour in Typee: The ‘Unvarnished Truth’ in ‘A Culpable Omission’”
  • Timothy Marr (University of North Carolina), “The Transnational Politics of Melville’s Diptychs”
  • Maki Sadahiro (Meijigakuin University), “Transnational Solidarity or Struggle: The Dawn of the Melville Revival”

13.45-15.15
Panel 6: The Melvillean Body @Council Room K.2.29
  • Vivian Delchamps (University of California, Los Angeles), “Mechanical Corporality: Women as Machines in Melville’s ‘Tartarus of Maids’”
  • Takayuki Tatsumi (Keio University), “Crossing the Line: The Rhetoric of Decapitation in Moby-Dick
  • Ashley Gangi (University of Connecticut), “Reading the Living Body: Scars and Tattoos in Typee, Omoo, and Moby-Dick
  • Liya Liu (University of Buffalo), “The San Dominick’s Constitution and the Major Characters’ Physicality in ‘Benito Cereno’” 

15.30-17.00
Panel 9: Melville’s Crossings: Art and Politics @K2.40
  • Robert K. Wallace (Northern Kentucky University), “Melville and Turner in 1850, 1891, 1985, and 2016”
  • Janet Floyd (King’s College London), “Melville and the ‘whole Meynellage’: Viola Meynell’s 1920 edition of Moby-Dick” 
  • Mitsuru Sanada (Ryukoku University), “Melville’s Diptychs: Imagination and Ambiguity”
  • Marek Paryz (University of Warsaw), “Herman Melville’s Redburn and the Construction of Post-Colonial Counter Discourse”
  • Alex Calder (University of Auckland), “Queer Colonials Crossing: Herman Melville with Frank Sargeson and William Plomer”

Panel 10: Atlantic Forms: Print Culture @K3.11
  • Chair: Katie McGettigan (Royal Holloway)
  • Matthew Pethers (University of Nottingham), “Dead Letters! Does It Not Sound Like Dead Networks?—or, Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of the Post Office”
  • Tomos Hughes (University of Nottingham), “‘Indeed, I am bound’: Reading (and Writing), Capital, Labour, and Slavery in ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener’”
  • Dennis Mischke (University of Stuttgart), “Crossings of Trust: the Cosmopolitics of Encounter in Herman Melville’s ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener’ and The Confidence-Man
  • Arimichi Makino (Meiji University), “Bartleby Surrounded by the ‘Wall of Money’”

Wednesday June 28
11.00-12.30
Panel 14: Atlantic Forms: Influence @Nash Lecture Theatre K2.31
  • Kohei Furuya (Wayo Women's University), “Melville’s Conversations with Goethe: Representation, Translation, and Nation in Moby-Dick
  • Paolo Simonetti (Sapienza Università di Roma), “‘Brag No More, Old England!’ Melville, Hawthorne, and their ‘English Ambiguities’”
  • Dawn Coleman (University of Tennessee), “A Virtual Mentorship: Melville and W. E. Channing’s Essays on Literary Genius”
  • Christopher Sten (George Washington University), “‘Playing Smart, Playing Dumb’: Melville’s ‘The Lightning-Rod Man’ and the Art of Performance”

Panel 17: Melville in Dialogue: Melville’s Shakespeare @K3.11
  • Robert Madison (University of Arkansas), “Melville, Shakespeare, and Joseph C. Hart.”
  • Ali Chetwynd (American University of Iraq), “Babo and Another Shakespearean Villain”
  • Ikuno Saiki (Tokyo Gakugei University), “A Genealogy of Subalterns in ‘The Encantadas’: Spenser, Shakespeare, and Melville”

Thursday June 29 
8.30-10.00
Panel 21: Melville’s Crossings: The Middle East @K3.11
  • Chair: Timothy Marr (University of North Carolina)
  • Zach Hutchins (Colorado State University), “The Structural Poetics of Incompletion in Clarel’s Wilderness”
  • Kylan Rice (Colorado State University), “‘Rough Standing Ground’: Photography and the Development of Insurgent Landscapes in Clarel
  • Beverly Voloshin (San Francisco State University), “Melville’s Clarel, the Sacred Palm of Mar Saba, and the Circulation of Images of Palestine”
  • Yukiko Oshima (Fukuoka University), “‘England throwing the rest of the world in shade’: Anglo Crossings at the Time of Captain Cook”

SEMINAR: Melville and the Non-Human @Council Room K2.29
  • Dana Luciano (Georgetown University), (co-convener)
  • Kyla Wazana Tompkins (Pomona College), (co-convener)
  • Joe Conway (University of Alabama in Huntsville)
  • Meredith Farmer (Wake Forest University) 
  • Peter Jaros (Franklin & Marshall College) 
  • Akihiro Maru (University of Tsukuba)
  • Ryan McWilliams (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Amy Nestor (Georgetown University)
  • Tom Nurmi (Montana State University Billings)
  • Jonathan Schroeder (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  • Dorin Smith (Brown University)
  • Timothy Sweet (West Virginia University)
  • Christa Holm Vogelius (University of Copenhagen)
  • Lynn Wardley (San Francisco State University) 
  • Christine Wooley (St. Mary’s College of Maryland)

11.45-13.15
Panel 23: Melville’s Crossings: Round the World @Nash Lecture Theatre K2.40
  • Shogo Tanokuchi (Keio University), “A Revolutionary Hero’s Transatlantic Crossings: Unity with the National Foe in Israel Potter
  • Jeannine Marie DeLombard (University of California, Santa Barbara), “‘Crossing and Recrossing in All Directions’: Democratic Dignity before Moby-Dick
  • Merav Schocken (University of California, Santa Barbara), “Crossing into Faith: Insisting on Holiness in the Holy Land”
  • Rie Makino (Nihon University), “‘Bartleby’ as Internment Discourse: Japanese-American Responses to Melville”

Panel 24: Maritime Culture: Islands @K3.11
  • David Farnell (Fukuoka University), “‘His First Voyage’ and His Second: Heterotopian Spaces in Redburn and Typee
  • Yui Kasane (Hitotsubashi University), “Melville’s Island Imagination in ‘The Encantadas, or Enchanted Isles’”
  • Mallory Pladus (Rice University), “Sovereignty, Aesthetics, and Enchantment: ‘The Encantadas’ and the Rubrics of Relationality”
  • Edouard Marsoin (Paris Diderot University), “‘No Land of Pleasure Unalloyed’: Pleasure Crossings in Melville’s Fiction”

Friday June 30
8.30-10.00
Panel 26: Melville in Dialogue: Victorians 2 @Council Room K2.29
  • Helene Remiszewska (University of Texas at Austin), “American Evolution: Melville and Darwin”
  • Christopher Jenkins (University of Ottawa), “The Confidence-Man: Energy’s Masquerade”
  • Mikayo Sakuma (Wayo Women’s University), “Melville and Dickens: Copyright and Adaptation”
  • Matthew Redmond (Stanford University), “Martin Chuzzlewit, a Source for Melville’s ‘Bartleby’”

Panel 27: Atlantic Forms @K2.40
  • Tony McGowan (West Point), “No Romance: Billy Budd and the Decay of Genius”
  • John Wenke (Salisbury University), “Transatlantic Double-Cross: Travels through Mardi, the Narrows, Paradise and Tartarus”
  • Shoko Tsuji (Matsuyama University), “Melville’s Skepticism about Democracy Viewed Through His Transatlantic Diptychs of Class Difference and Revolution”
  • Daniel Göske (Universität Kassel), “Riding to London on the German horse: Melville’s exploration of German culture in 1850”

Panel 29: Other Melvilles: Conflict @Great Hall
  • Maryse Jayasuriya (University of Texas at El Paso), “Melville’s Battle-Pieces and Civil Conflict in World Poetry”
  • Michiko Shimokobe (Seikei University, Tokyo), “Inland/Oceanic Imagination in Melville’s Redburn: Space in the Political Climate of America in the 1840s”
  • James Noel (Los Medanos College), “Racial Spectacles”
  • Ramón Espejo (University of Sevilla), “Melville and Spanish Theatre in the 1980s”


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