Thursday, September 11, 2014

Thursday, September 11, 2014

9:30 — 10:00 Registration

10:00 — 11:00 Opening Ceremonies, Keynote Address


Rachel Franks, “It’s Character Building: Bad Men, Good Men and Why we Like to Read Crime Fiction.”

Chair: David Malcolm
Room: C108


11:00 — 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 — 13:00 Panel 1 & Panel 2


Panel 1: The Victorian Legacy
Chair: Urszula Elias
Room: C108


Dorota Babilas, University of Warsaw, “Shadows of the Ripper in Whitechapel (2009) and Ripper Street (2013) TV series.”


Lucyna Krawczyk-Żywko, University of Warsaw, “Neo-Victorian Revisions of Inspector Abberline: From Hell & Ripper Street.”


Milena Leszman-Pelowska, University of Gdańsk, “A Mystery Taken to Grave: Dickens’ Unfinished Crime Novel and a Never-Ending Game of Speculations.”


Panel 2: Nordic Noir
Chair: Agnieszka Sienkiewicz-Charlish
Room: C109


Kerstin Bergman, Lund University, “A Gothic Revival in Swedish Crime Fiction: The Theorin Example.”


Inge ‘t Hart, Leiden University, “Criminal Other or Cultural Other? The Boundaries of Subjectivity in the US Remake of The Bridge?”


Daniel Odgen, Uppsala University, “Stockholm in a Changing World as Seen in the Crime Fiction of Sjöwall and Wahlöö, and Jens Lapidus.”


13:00 — 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 — 15:30 Panel 3 & Panel 4


Panel 3: Golden Age
Chair: Monika Szuba
Room: C108


Jacqui Miller, Liverpool Hope University, “Agatha Christie and the Supernatural.”


Jadwiga Węgrodzka, University of Gdańsk, “Across Diegetic Borders: Crime Narratives in Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple stories.”


Panel 4: Espresso Nero
Chair: Arco van Ieperen
Room: C109


Marianna D’Ezio, University of International Studies in Rome, “From Sherlock to Shairlock. Conan Doyle’s novels vs. Donan Coyle’s adaptations: From British to Italian Canons of Crime Fiction.”


Anna Pasolini, University of Milano-Bicocca, “Dentro la notte, e ciao. Tracking Criminal Journeys into the Dark Folds of the Metropolis.”


Agnieszka Piwowarska, Adam Mickiewicz University, “If Agatha Christie Had Read Benni, What Would She Have Said? Young Priscilla Mapple in Action.”


15:30 — 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 — 17:30 Panel 5 & Panel 6


Panel 5: Golden Age and Beyond
Chair: Jacqui Miller
Room: C108


Simon Dwyer and Rachel Franks, Queensland University, “The Stage on the Page: A New Zealand Woman Writes of Murder and a Production of ‘the Scottish Play’ Performed in England.”


Eric Sandberg, Miyazaki International College, “‘Mock Turtle’: Dorothy L. Sayers, the Golden Age Detective Novel, and Modernist Fiction.”


Panel 6: Russian Crime Fiction
Chair: Marta Crickmar
Room: C109


Milla Fedorova, Georgetown University, “Russian Sherlock Holmes: Conan Doyle’s Film Adaptations in Russia.”


Anna Łagan and Joanna Radosz, Jagiellonian University; Nicolaus Copernicus University, “Myth and Ritual in Contemporary Russian Crime Fiction.”


Marcia A. Morris, Gorgetown University, “Gaboriau and Beyond: Chekhov’s ‘Safety Match’.


17:30 — 17:45 Short Break

17:45 — 19:00 SPECIAL GUEST EVENT


Paul Johnston, “Politics and Crime Fiction – An Autopsy.”

Chair: Agnieszka Sienkiewicz-Charlish
Room: C108


19:00 Wine Reception

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