Transmedial Narratives: Theory and Interpretation Symposium

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March 30 - April 1, 2017
12:00AM - 12:00AM
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Will Eisner Seminar Room (Billy Ireland Cartoon Library)

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Add to Calendar 2017-03-30 00:00:00 2017-04-01 00:00:00 Transmedial Narratives: Theory and Interpretation Symposium Project Narrative Symposium, The Ohio State UniversityMarch 30—April 1, 2017Transmedial Narratives: Theory and InterpretationAll sessions will be held in the Will Eisner Seminar Room, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, Sullivant Hall, 2nd Floor (use the Oval entrance, not the High Street one.)   Thursday, March 30Session A: 4:30—5:45 PMJames Phelan, Opening RemarksBrian McHale, moderatorJared Gardner, “Transmedial Narrative in the Age of Mixed Media”Jan Baetens, “The Film-Photo-Novel: Back and Forth between Page and Screen”Reception 5:45—7:00 PM Friday, March 318:30—10:00 AM  Coffee and Continental Breakfast by Eisner Seminar Room9:00—10:00 AM  Tour “Treasures from the Collections of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum” Session B: 10:00—11:15 AMRobyn Warhol, Welcoming RemarksBertrand Gervais, “Is It Now? Reflexions on Contemporary Imagination and Screen Culture”Frederick Aldama, "The Mind on Comic Book Films" Break: 11:15—11:45 AM Session C: 11:45 AM—12:45 PM  Toon Staes, moderatorAntoine Dechêne, "Serial Detectives: Serialization and Closure in the Metacognitive Mystery Tale"Ariane Savoie, “Layering Lost Times in Past Spaces: How Digital Technologies May Tell the Story of Places” Lunch: 12:45—2:00 PM Session D 2:00—3:30 PMVioleta Martinez, moderatorKaren Van Hove, “Narrating Pornographic Images: Ekphrasis and Photographic Description in De fotograaf by Claus Trum”Evelien Neven, “Second Life is Only a Game. Right?”: On the Interplay of New and Old Media in I.L. Pfeijffer’s Work”Katra Byram, “Upcycling the Bildungsroman: Self-Construction Across Media in Tiny House Narratives” Break: 3:30—4:00 PM Session E: The Conversation So Far 4:00—5:15 PMSean O’Sullivan, moderatorRobyn Warhol, Anneleen Masschelein, Brian McHale Saturday, April 18:30—9:30 AM Coffee and Continental Breakfast by Eisner Seminar Room Session F: 9:30—10:30 AMKatra Byram, moderatorChristophe Collard, “Ecological Sceneography: Towards a New Media Narrativity”Johan Callens, “The Wooster Group's Town Hall Affair: What A Fair?!” Break 10:30—11:00 AM Session G: 11:00 AM--12:00 PMNicolas Potkalitsky, moderatorSean O’Sullivan, “The Old Gods and the New: Game of Thrones as Hybrid Spectacle”James Phelan, “Fictionality within Global Nonfiction in Print and Graphic Narrative” Lunch 12:00—1: 30 PM Session H: 1:30—3:00 PMJose-Antonio Alvarez, moderatorAnneleen Masschelein, “The Ghost of Genre: Writing as Lifestyle in the Twenty-First Century”Amy Shuman, “Narrative and the Moral Economies of Truth and Lies in the Political Asylum System”Julia Watson, “The New World of Publishing in Open Access: A Personal Tale” Break: 3:00—3:30 PM Session I:  Looking Back, Looking Ahead 3:30—5:00 PMJulia Watson, moderatorJames Phelan, Jan Baetens, Bertrand Gervais  Will Eisner Seminar Room (Billy Ireland Cartoon Library) Project Narrative projectnarrative@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Project Narrative Symposium, The Ohio State University

March 30—April 1, 2017

Transmedial Narratives: Theory and Interpretation

All sessions will be held in the Will Eisner Seminar Room, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, Sullivant Hall, 2nd Floor (use the Oval entrance, not the High Street one.)

 

 

 

Thursday, March 30

Session A: 4:30—5:45 PM

James Phelan, Opening Remarks

Brian McHale, moderator

Jared Gardner, “Transmedial Narrative in the Age of Mixed Media”

Jan Baetens, “The Film-Photo-Novel: Back and Forth between Page and Screen”

Reception 5:45—7:00 PM

 

Friday, March 31

8:30—10:00 AM  Coffee and Continental Breakfast by Eisner Seminar Room

9:00—10:00 AM  Tour “Treasures from the Collections of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum”

 

Session B: 10:00—11:15 AM

Robyn Warhol, Welcoming Remarks

Bertrand Gervais, “Is It Now? Reflexions on Contemporary Imagination and Screen Culture”

Frederick Aldama, "The Mind on Comic Book Films"

 

Break: 11:15—11:45 AM

 

Session C: 11:45 AM—12:45 PM  

Toon Staes, moderator

Antoine Dechêne, "Serial Detectives: Serialization and Closure in the Metacognitive Mystery Tale"

Ariane Savoie, “Layering Lost Times in Past Spaces: How Digital Technologies May Tell the Story of Places”

 

Lunch: 12:45—2:00 PM

 

Session D 2:00—3:30 PM

Violeta Martinez, moderator

Karen Van Hove, “Narrating Pornographic Images: Ekphrasis and Photographic Description in De fotograaf by Claus Trum”

Evelien Neven, “Second Life is Only a Game. Right?”: On the Interplay of New and Old Media in I.L. Pfeijffer’s Work”

Katra Byram, “Upcycling the Bildungsroman: Self-Construction Across Media in Tiny House Narratives”

 

Break: 3:30—4:00 PM

 

Session E: The Conversation So Far 4:00—5:15 PM

Sean O’Sullivan, moderator

Robyn Warhol, Anneleen Masschelein, Brian McHale

 

Saturday, April 1

8:30—9:30 AM Coffee and Continental Breakfast by Eisner Seminar Room

 

Session F: 9:30—10:30 AM

Katra Byram, moderator

Christophe Collard, “Ecological Sceneography: Towards a New Media Narrativity”

Johan Callens, “The Wooster Group's Town Hall Affair: What A Fair?!”

 

Break 10:30—11:00 AM

 

Session G: 11:00 AM--12:00 PM

Nicolas Potkalitsky, moderator

Sean O’Sullivan, “The Old Gods and the New: Game of Thrones as Hybrid Spectacle”

James Phelan, “Fictionality within Global Nonfiction in Print and Graphic Narrative”

 

Lunch 12:00—1: 30 PM

 

Session H: 1:30—3:00 PM

Jose-Antonio Alvarez, moderator

Anneleen Masschelein, “The Ghost of Genre: Writing as Lifestyle in the Twenty-First Century”

Amy Shuman, “Narrative and the Moral Economies of Truth and Lies in the Political Asylum System”

Julia Watson, “The New World of Publishing in Open Access: A Personal Tale”

 

Break: 3:00—3:30 PM

 

Session I:  Looking Back, Looking Ahead 3:30—5:00 PM

Julia Watson, moderator

James Phelan, Jan Baetens, Bertrand Gervais