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【写真更新】06/21-24: 国際ポー&ホーソーン会議@京都ガーデンパレス

国際ポー&ホーソーン会議 
International Poe & Hawthorne Conference
2018年 6月 21日(木)〜 24日(日)
京都ガーデンパレス

■■■ Thursday, June 21 ■■■
Opening Reception
(From left:) Prof. David Farnell (Fukuoka U), Prof. Gregory Dunne (Miyazaki International College), Prof. Katherine E. Bishop (Miyazaki International College), Prof. Mari Kotani 小谷真理, Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之

The Koto Ensemble 

(From left:)
  • Prof. Masahiko Narita 成田雅彦 (Conference Organizer; Ex-President of Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, 2013–17; Senshu U),
  • Prof. Sandra Hughes (Conference Organizer; President of Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, 2016–; Western Kentucky U),
  • Prof. Philip Edward Phillips (Chair of Program Committee; Ex-President of Poe Studies Association, 2014–16; Middle Tennessee State U),
  • Emerita Prof. Carole Shaffer-Koros (Conference Treasurer and Registrar; Kean U)

■■■ Friday, June 22 ■■■
Session 1: “Poe and Others”
(From left:) 
  • Prof. Paul Lewis (President of Poe Studies Association, 2016–18; Boston College), “From Tamerlane to the ‘Crazyite’ Cabal: Poe’s Complex Relation to Boston”
  • Prof. Ryoichi Yamane 山根亮一 (Tokyo Metro U), “Network Authors of the American South: Edgar Allan Poe and William Gilmore Simms”
  • Emeritus Prof. Richard Kopley (Ex-President of Poe Studies Association, 2000–04; Penn State DuBois), “Poe at Saddle Meadows and the Church of the Apostle”

Session 2 “Poe in Japan”
Chair: Prof. Hisayo Ogushi 大串尚代 (Keio U)

■■■ Plenary Lecture ■■■
Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之 (President of Poe Society of Japan, 2009–; Keio U)
“In Pym’s Footsteps: Poe, Ooka, and Ballard”




(From left:) Prof. Mari Kotani 小谷真理, Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之, Prof. Mark Seltzer (UCLA), Prof. Frenchy Lunning (Editor-in-Chief of Mechademia; U of Minnesota), Prof. Joel Pfister (Wesleyan U)

■■■ Saturday, June 23 ■■■
Session 6: “Teaching Hawthorne”
(From left:)
  • Prof. Masahiko Narita 成田雅彦 (Conference Organizer; Ex-President of Nathaniel Hawthorne Society of Japan, 2013–17; Senshu U), “Lost or Gained in Translation? Teaching Hawthorne in Japanese Universities”
  • Prof. Rosemary Fisk (Samford U), “Teaching Hawthorne in Current Contexts: ‘My Kinsman, Major Molineux’ and the White Supremacist Mob”
  • Prof. Jason Courtmanche (U of Connecticut), “High School-College Partnerships and the Teaching of Nathaniel Hawthorne”
  • (Chair) Prof. Sandra Hughes (Conference Organizer; President of Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, 2016–; Western Kentucky U)


Session 7: “Teaching Poe”
Prof. Yoko Ikesue 池末陽子 (Kansai Gaidai U), 
“Teaching Poe in Japan: Past and Present”

■■■ Keynote Address ■■■
Prof. Michael J. Colacurcio (UCLA)
“Supernal Loveliness and Fantastic Foolery:
The Aesthetic Dimension in Poe and Hawthorne”


■■■ Banquet ■■■
Main Presenter: Prof. Hisayo Ogushi 大串尚代 (Keio U)

Toastmaster: Prof. Joel Pfister (Wesleyan U)
(Prof. Fumio Ano Memorial Speech)

(From left:) Prof. Mari Kotani 小谷真理, Prof. Michael J. Colacurcio, Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之, Prof. Sandra Hughes, Prof. Masahiko Narita 成田雅彦

The Current and Past Presidents of Four Societies

(From left:) Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之, Prof. Mari Kotani 小谷真理,  
Prof. Michiko Shimokobe 下河辺美知子 (Seikei U)

Prof. J. Gerald Kennedy (Louisiana State U) & Prof. Takayuki Tatsumi 巽孝之

■■■ Sunday, June 24 ■■■
Session 9: “Recollecting the Past in Hawthorne”
(From left:) 
  • Yu Uchida 内田裕 (Chuo U), “Recollecting Past and Re-Creating Self Anew: Hawthorne’s Insight into the Act of Recollection in The Blithedale Romance
  • Linda Liu (Stanford U), “Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter and Progress/Regress in Early American Space”
  • Kazuma Matsui 松井一馬 (Keio U), “A Picture of the Past: Re/vision of History in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Old Ticonderoga’”

Session 10: “Transpacific and Transatlantic Poe”
(From left:) 
  • Prof. Keiko Shimojo 下條恵子 (Kyushu U), “Manuscripts from the Other Side of the World: Poe, Yumeno, and Message-in-a-bottle Narratives”
  • Prof. Shoko Itoh 伊藤詔子 (Chair and Speaker; Hiroshima U), “Sakutaro’s ‘Blue Cat’: Creolization of Transpacific Poe”
  • Prof. Yoshiko Uzawa 宇沢美子 (Keio U), “‘He was a Poe’: Yone Noguchi and His 1896 Plagiarism Scandal”
  • Prof. Mark Seltzer (UCLA), “Poe’s Self-Curved Worlds”


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