Provisional Schedule

Location: Room C1.18, Ellen Wilkinson Building

8:30-9:30       Registration

9:30-10:30     Keynote: Mark Currie

10:30-10:45   Coffee Break (lobby)

10:45-11:45   1st Panel

Mark Abel (Brighton): ‘Jameson, making time appear, and music’

David Francis (UCL): ‘Realist Narratives in Museum Exhibitions’

Sumaya Kassim (Open University): ‘Archives of Memory in Final Fantasy IX’

11:45-12:00   Coffee Break (lobby)

12:00-1:00     2nd Panel

Helen Pleasance (YSJ): ‘A Narrative that Binds: Getting Ensnared by the Moors Murders’

Tasneem Sharkawi (Lancaster): ‘Construction of identity through narrative in interviews of Syrian forced migrants’

David Wylot (Queen Mary): ‘Parts, Bits: Trauma, Accident and Remainder

1:00-2:30       Lunch (lobby)

Featuring artist’s talk by Andy Broadey (Bankley Studios / Cardiff School of Art & Design)

2:30-3:30       3rd Panel

Ophelia Lavey (Durham): ‘Gendered Aspects of Nabokov’s ‘Search For Lost Time’ in Lolita and Ada or Ardor

Laura Mansfield (Manchester School of Art): ‘Island Time’

Charlotte Terrell (Sussex): ‘Mystery Clocks: Narrative Time and the Force of Magical Thinking’

3:30-3:45       Coffee Break (lobby)

3:45-4:45       4th Panel

Kyunghye Kim (Shanghai Jiao Tong University): ‘Reframing Narratives Through Translation’

Amy Bride (UoM): ‘Erased from existence: capitalist hysteria, second selves, and time paradox in Cosmopolis (2003) and Back to the Future Part II (1989)’

Joseph Ronan (Sussex): ‘Presenting Bisexual Futures: bisexuality, temporality and identity narratives’

4:45-5:00       Closing Remarks


Location: John Rylands Library, Deansgate

6:30-8:00       Free public reading: novelist Susan Barker introduced by Dr. Heather Inwood