2018/05/03

06/21-24: 国際ポー&ホーソーン会議の特別 HPが開設&プログラムが公開されています!

国際ポー&ホーソーン会議の特別 HPが開設されており、プラグラムが公開されています!(→こちらからご覧頂けます)

本会議は、6月 21日(木)〜24日(日)に京都ガーデンパレスにて下記のとおり開催されます。巽先生とマイケル・コラカチオ先生による基調講演は、二日目と三日目にそれぞれ行われます!

ほかに、二日目のパネル “Poe and Others” にて、大学院 OBの山根亮一先生が “Network Authors of the American South: Edgar Allan Poe and William Gilmore Simms” をご発表され (@Gion 9:00–10:20), パネル “Poe in Japan” にて、大串尚代先生が司会を務められます(@Sakura 10:50–12:10)。また、三日目のパネル “Teaching Poe: A Roundtable Discussion” では、巽先生がポール・ルイス先生と共同司会を務められます(@Gion 1:30–2:50)。

最終日のパネル “Recollecting the Past in Hawthorne” では、大学院 OBの松井一馬先生が “A Picture of the Past: Re/vision of History in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Old Ticonderoga’”をご発表(@Tachibana 9:00–10:20)。さらに、パネル “Transpacific and Transatlantic Poe: A Roundtable Discussion” では、宇沢美子先生が “‘He was a Poe’: Yone Noguchi and His 1896 Plagiarism Scandal” を、マーク・セルツァー先生が “Poe’s Self-Curved Worlds” をご報告されます(@Gion 10:50–12:10) !

ご関心のある方は、ぜひご来聴ください!



国際ポー&ホーソーン会議 
International Poe & Hawthorne Conference 
日時: 2018年 6月 21日(木)〜 24日(日)
会場:京都ガーデンパレス
共催:日本ポー学会Poe Studies Association日本ナサニエル・ホーソーン協会Nathaniel Hawthorne Society


【プログラム】※抜粋です。詳細は HPをご覧ください。

Thursday, June 21st
Registration, Kyoto Garden Palace Hotel, 2nd floor – 4:00-6:00pm (continues Friday at 8:30am)
Reception, Kyoto Garden Palace Hotel – 6:00-8:00pm

Friday, June 22nd
Session 1 9:00-10:20
Poe and Others @Gion
  • Chair: Keiko Noguchi, Tsuda University
  • Paul Lewis, Boston College – “From Tamerlane to the ‘Crazyite’ Cabal: Poe’s Complex Relation to Boston”
  • Ryoichi Yamane, Tokyo Institute of Technology – “Network Authors of the American South: Edgar Allan Poe and William Gilmore Simms”
  • Richard Kopley, Penn State DuBois – “Poe at Saddle Meadows and the Church of the Apostle”

Hawthorne, Influences and Connections @Sakura
  • Chair: Mitsuru Sanada, Ryukoku University
  • David Greven, University of South Carolina – “Veiled Influence: Shakespeare and Gender in The Blithedale Romance
  • Shinichiro Noriguchi, University of Kitakyushu – “Two Moralists and One Artist: Hawthorne, Melville, and James”
  • Magnus Ullén, Karlstad University – “‘Nothing if Not Allegorical’: Daisy Miller, Hawthorne, and the Commodification of American Romance”

Poe, Hawthorne, and Interpretation @Tachibana
  • Chair: Taras Sak, Yasuda Women’s University
  • Monica Pelaez, St. Cloud State University – “Why Heaven Matters to Poe: A Metaphor for the Value of Poetry in an Age of Science Ascendant”
  • Candace Waid, University of California, Santa Barbara – “Poe Paints: Pulsing Light and Metrics Beyond Words”
  • Joshua Matthews, Dordt College – “Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Hell: Dante in his 1850s Stories and Novels”

Poe and the Spirit @Kaede
  • Chair: Naoyuki Mizuno, Kyoto University
  • Christopher P. Semtner, Poe Museum – “Paranormal Poe: Edgar Allan Poe and Spiritualism”
  • Barbara Otal, Université Bordeaux Montaigne – “‘In the beginning was God’: Poe’s Happy Cosmogony”
  • S. Johnathon O’Donnell, Aoyama Gakuin University – “Desolation into Silence: Deployments of the American Gothic in Spiritual Warfare”

Session 2 10:50-12:10
Hawthorne and Things @Kaede
  • Chair: Shinichiro Noriguchi, University of Kitakyushu
  • Charles Baraw, Southern Connecticut State University – “Hawthorne and Things”
  • Shelley Drake Hawks, Middlesex Community College – “Hawthorne’s Challenge to Convention through a Dialogue with Things: House, Art, and Landscape at the Old Manse, 1842-45”
  • Chiyo Yoshii, Osaka University – “Humanity as Matter: Hawthorne and Vivacious Materialism”

Poe in Japan @Sakura
  • Chair: Hisayo Oogushi, Keio University
  • J. Scott Miller, Brigham Young University – “The Nine (and More!) Lives of Poe’s Black Cat in Japanese”
  • Sandy Pecastaing, Central China Normal University – “When Red Turns Black: Reflections on Akira Kurosawa’s Script Based on ‘The Masque of the Red Death’”
  • Miguel Rivera, Tufts University – “‘If a week goes by without reading a mystery, I suffer withdrawal symptoms’: From Edgar Allan Poe’s Dupin to Soji Shimada’s Mitarai in The Tokyo Zodiac Murders

Poe and History @Tachibana
  • Chair: Michiko Shimokobe, Seikei University
  • Sandra Tomc, University of British Columbia – “Edgar Allan Poe and the Economics of Enmity”
  • Maki Sadahiro, Meijigakuin University – “The Birth of American Poe and the Transatlantic Triangular Literary Exchanges”
  • Emily Gowen, Boston University – “Poe, Literary Conquest, and the Labor of Cultural Production”

Session 3 1:30-2:50
Hawthorne in Foreign Lands @Sakura
  • Chair: Pradipta Sengupta, M.U.C. Women’s College Burdwan, University of Burdwan, India
  • Leonardo Buonomo, University of Trieste – “In a Foreign Land: Estrangement in ‘Rappaccini’s Daughter’”
  • Frank Christianson, Brigham Young University – “Hawthorne’s Transatlantic Legacy of ‘Neutrality’ and the Aesthetics of Abatement”
  • Gregory Dunne, Miyazaki International College – “Hawthorne and Travel, Beauty, and Ruin”

Blithedale @Kaede
  • Chair: Yoko Sano, Sophia University
  • Naochika Takao, Chuo University, Tokyo – “The Blithedale Conspiracy Theory: The Significance of the Narrator Who Knew (But Does Not Tell) Too Much”
  • Naoko Uchibori, Nihon University – “Transpacific Intertextuality of Utopian Communities: Gender and Sexuality in The Blithedale Romance and Works on Atarashiki-mura (New Village)”

Hawthorne and Nature @Tachibana
  • Chair: Alfred Bendixen, Princeton University
  • Samuel Coale, Wheaton College (Massachusetts) – “Whose Woods These Are, I Think I Know: Japanese Forest-Bathing and Hawthorne’s Haunted Forests”
  • Naoyuki Nozaki, University of Texas, Arlington – “‘Counterfeit Arcadia’: Rethinking Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Visions of Nature in The Blithedale Romance
  • Katherine E. Bishop, Miyazaki International College – “Hawthorne’s Wondrous Ecology”

Session 4 3:00-4:20
Circularity, Community, and Dialectics in Hawthorne @Tachibana
  • Chair: Misa Ohno, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
  • Yoko Kurahashi, Tokai Gakuen University – “The Circular Images in ‘Ethan Brand’ Compared with those in Moby-Dick”
  • Fumiko Takeno, Nagoya Gakuin University – “‘Ethan Brand’ and Its Community”
  • Masahiro Uehara, Senshu University, Tokyo – “Allegory of Dialectic Reading: An Example of Hawthorne’s Art of Fiction”

PLENARY LECTURE by Takayuki Tatsumi 
5:00-6:00pm

Saturday, June 23rd
Session 1 9:00-10:20
Hawthorne and the Humanities Today @Gion
  • Chair: Derek Pacheco, Purdue University
  • Mitsuyo Kido, Hiroshima University – “Reading The Scarlet Letter in the 21st Century”
  • Christopher Lukasik, Purdue University – “Embodiment and Knowledge in ‘The Birthmark’”
  • Ryan Schneider, Purdue University – “Hawthorne as a Model for Re-valuing Labor in the Humanities”

Contemporary Political Issues @Sakura
  • Chair: Teruyuki Okamoto, Fuji Women’s University
  • Paul C. Jones, Ohio University – “‘A story that tells all we need to know about the moment we live in now’: The Political Work of Poe’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death’ in the AIDS Era”
  • Stacey Margolis, University of Utah – “Poe in the Age of Populism”
  • Jaqueline Pierazzo, University of Porto, Portugal – “Mapping Edgar Allan Poe’s Terror: A Digital Humanist Approach to Poe’s Oeuvre

Emerson in Translation: A Roundtable Discussion @Tachibana
  • Chair: Sarah Wider, Colgate University
  • Yoshiko Fujita, Nara Women’s University Atsuko Oda, Mie University
  • Anita Patterson, Boston University
  • Fan Shengyu, Australian National University

Session 2 10:50-12:10
Teaching Hawthorne: A Roundtable Discussion @Gion
  • Chair: Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University
  • Jason Courtmanche, University of Connecticut, Storrs – “High School-College Partnerships and the Teaching of Nathaniel Hawthorne”
  • Rosemary Fisk, Samford University – “Teaching Hawthorne in Current Contexts: My Kinsman, Major Molineux and the White Supremacist Mob”
  • Masahiko Narita, Senshu University – “Lost or Gained in Translation? Teaching Hawthorne in Japanese Universities”

Remediation, Disintegration, and Prognostication @Kaede
  • Chair: David Farnell, Fukuoka University
  • Jonathan Elmer, Indiana University – “Poe and the Origin of the ‘Special Effect’”
  • Yuji Kato, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies – “Policing in Poe: Disintegration, Dreams, and Detection”
  • Lee Rozelle, University of Montevallo – “Prognostic of Death: Poe and the Southern Ecogothic”

Poe and the Visual Arts II @Tachibana
  • Chair: Natsuo Chiyoda, Kagoshima University
  • John Gruesser, Kean University – “Illustrating Poe’s Detection”
  • M. Thomas Inge, Edgar Allan Poe Museum/Randolph-Macon College – “Masters of the Macabre: Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Corben, and Graphic Adaptation”
  • Nathan Timpano, University of Miami – “Illustrating Horror: Edgar Allan Poe, Aubrey Beardsley, and the Art of the Macabre”

Session 3 1:30-2:50
Teaching Poe: A Roundtable Discussion @Gion
  • Co-chairs: Paul Lewis, Boston College, and Takayuki Tatsumi, Keio University
  • Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University – “‘The Twins’: Teaching Paired Tales by Poe and Rampo in the Undergraduate and Graduate Classroom”
  • Yoko Ikesue, Otani University – “Teaching Poe in Japan—Past and Present”
  • Satoshi Kanazawa, Kyoto Women’s University – “Literary Treasure Hunting and Beyond: Reading ‘The Gold-Bug’ with Students”
  • Cristina Pérez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid – “Teaching Poe and Science”

Fiction of Poe and Hawthorne @Sakura
  • Chair: Shoko Tsuji, Matsuyama University
  • Nozomi Fujimura, Asia University – “Representations of the Female Body and Narratives of Male Subjectivity: Short Tales of Hawthorne and Poe”
  • Simone Turco, University of Genoa, Italy – “‘Subtile Exquisiteness’ and ‘Supreme Madness’: Wines, Carnivals, and Underground Paganism in Hawthorne’s and Poe’s Dark Imagery”
  • Brian Wall, University of Nevada, Las Vegas – “‘Mansions of Gloom’: Inheritance and Degeneration in The House of the Seven Gables and ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’”

Word and Image in Poe and Hawthorne @Tachibana
  • Chair: Takuya Nishitani, Kobe University
  • Zachary Tavlin, University of Washington – “Hawthorne’s Glance: Eclipsing the Camera Obscura
  • Kohei Furuya, Kanagawa University – “The Photo Negatives of the Nation: Italy, War, and Hawthorne’s Writings after 1860”
  • Ugo Rubeo, Sapienza University of Rome – “‘Turning for Help to Europe’: Visual Arts in Poe and Hawthorne”

Authority, Performance, and Original Sin @Kaede
  • Chair: Takaaki Niwa, Kyoto University
  • Rachel B. Griffis, Sterling College – “‘Freer Breath than our Native Air’: Authority and Imitation in Hawthorne’s The Marble Faun
  • John S. Gentile, Kennesaw State University – “Performing Hawthorne: Teaching Hawthorne Through Performance”
  • Toshiaki Takahashi, Nihon University – “Hawthorne and the Paradox of the Fortunate Fall: Eden Found in The Marble Faun

Session 4 3:00-4:20
Poe and the Africanist Presence @Tachibana
  • Chair: Chitoshi Motoyama, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
  • Taras Sak, Yasuda Women’s University – “Notes from Underground: Poe’s Subterranean Presence in The Underground Railroad
  • Hiroko Shoji, Seikei University – “The Specter of Haiti: Figuring Contagious Blood in Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death’”
  • Kirin Wachter-Grene, New York University – “Subverting an Archetype: Edgar Allan Poe and African American Detective Fiction”

Hawthorne, Race, and Politics @Kaede
  • Chair: Kayoko Nakanishi, Kyoto Sangyo University
  • Jason Courtmanche, University of Connecticut, Storrs – “James Baldwin Revises Hester Prynne: Race and the Influence of The Scarlet Letter upon Go Tell it on the Mountain
  • Bruce Simon, The State University of New York at Fredonia – “Toward Resolving the Race and Hawthorne Problem: Racialist Aesthetics and Racializing Histories from ‘Old News’ to ‘Mainstreet’ to ‘Chiefly About War-Matters’”

KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Michael J. Colacurcio
5:00-6:00pm

Sunday, June 24th
Session 1 9:00-10:20
Poe’s Influence @Gion
  • Chair: Mikayo Sakuma, Gakushuin Women’s College
  • Elina Absalyamova, Université Paris 13 – “Heading to the Extreme Points of Literature: Edgar Allan Poe’s Motives in the Short Prose by ‘the Marxist Tsvetkov’”
  • Clark Davis, University of Denver – “Guy Davenport’s ‘1830’: Poe and the Art of Assemblage”
  • David H. Evans, Dalhousie University – “Weirdly Similar: Edgar Allan Poe and Haruki Murakami”

Recollecting the Past in Hawthorne @Tachibana
  • Chair: Atsuko Oda, Mie University
  • Kazuma Matsui, Keio University – “A Picture of the Past: Re/vision of History in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Old Ticonderoga’”
  • Linda Liu, Stanford University – “Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter and Progress/Regress in Early American Space”
  • Yu Uchida, Chuo University – “Recollecting Past and Re-Creating Self Anew: Hawthorne’s Insight into the Act of Recollection in The Blithedale Romance

Session 2 10:50-12:10
Transpacific and Transatlantic Poe: A Roundtable Discussion @Gion
  • Chair: Shoko Itoh, Hiroshima University
  • Keiko Shimojo, Kyushu University – “Manuscripts from the Other Side of the World: Poe, Yumeno, and Message-in-a-bottle Narratives”
  • Yoshiko Uzawa, Keio University – “‘He was a Poe’: Yone Noguchi and His 1896 Plagiarism Scandal”
  • Mark Seltzer, University of California, Los Angeles – “Poe’s Self-Curved Worlds”
  • Shoko Itoh, Hiroshima University – “Sakutaro’s ‘Blue Cat’: Creolization of Transpacific Poe”

Science and Pseudoscience in Poe’s Work @Sakura
  • Chair: John Gruesser, Kean University
  • Shoichiro Fukushima, Tokyo Denki University – “The (Quasi-) Double and (Pseudo-) Science— Uncertainty, Morality, and Materiality in Poe’s Mesmeric Stories”
  • Cristina Pérez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid – “Poe’s Elective Affinities”
  • Carole Shaffer-Koros, Kean University – “Red Lions and Black Dogs: Alchemy in The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym


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