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Speakers please note: 20 minutes will be allotted to each speaker, and the remainder of the panel time to discussion.

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DAY 1: 3rd October 2014

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10:00-11:30

REGISTRATION & COFFEE: O’Rahilly Building, Block B, First Floor Social Area

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11:30-12:30

PANEL 1a: Politics, Activism, Intervention

Room: G27b

Chair: Helena Buffery

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Christiane Schönfeld (UL): Adaptation as Intervention: The Political Role of the Adapter

Donna Maria Alexander (UCC): Re-Animating Miss Chiquita in Lorna Dee Cervantes’s “Bananas”

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PANEL 1b: Local and Transnational Adaptation: Processes and Practices

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Bernadette Cronin

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Siobhán O’Gorman (TCD): Adaptation, Community and Collaboration in the Work of Theatre Director, Andrew Flynn

Lee Parpart (York University, Toronto): Collaboration, Co-Production and Global Capital: Wiebke von Carolsfeld’s 2013 Adaptation of Aislinn Hunter’s Novel Stay

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PANEL 1c: Adapting Trauma and Violence

Room: G27

Chair: Cara Levey

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Stephanie Hankinson (Washington): Demystifying Magical Realism in Beasts of the Southern Wild: A Case for Cultural Materialism’s Importance in Adaptation

Nekane García (Barcelona): From Sade to Salò: Pasolini’s Adaptation of the 120 Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade

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12.30-13.30

LUNCH: O’Rahilly Building, Block B, First Floor Social Area

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13.30-14.30

PLENARY 1:

KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Thomas Leitch (Delaware)

 Title: Collaborating with the Dead

Room: G27

Chair: Graham Allen

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14.30-16.00

PANEL 2a: The “Unstageable” Novel: Joyce, Proust, and Dostoevsky

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Daragh O’Connell

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Monica Insinga (UCD): From James Joyce to Olwen Fouéré: riverrun or the Female Voice of the River

Nicholas Johnson (TCD/Painted Filly): The Philosophical Novel on Stage: Adapting Dostoevsky

Jesse Weaver (Painted Filly): On Adapting Proust to the Stage

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PANEL 2b: Behind the Scenes: Directing, Producing, Collaborating

Room: G27B

Chair: Patrick Crowley

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Antonio Lunardi (UCC): A Sixties Vegas Rigoletto Meets Corkonians: Reflections on the Reception of a Verdi Opera Adaptation

Guillaume Lecomte (Glasgow): Same Player, Shoot Again: Cross-National Remake and Collaborative Audience in Géla Babluani’s 13 Tzameti and 13

Adam J. Ledger (Birmingham): Katie Mitchell: Adaptation and “Live Cinema”

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PANEL 2c: Narrative and Form

Room: G27

Chair: Stephen Boyd

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David Goldie (Aix-Marseille): Authorship and Adaptation in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Patrick O’Donovan (UCC): The Afterlife of Adolphe: Speculating on Adaptation

Adam Petros Gkikas (Salford): Adapting Poetics: A Proposition Regarding Literature to Film Adaptation

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16.00-16.30

COFFEE/TEA: O’Rahilly Building, Block B, First Floor Social Area

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16.30-17.30

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PANEL 3a: Music in Film

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Paul Hegarty

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Germán Gil-Curiel (UCC): Music in Night of the Iguana

Jessica Shine (UCC): Myth and Music in Last Days (2005)

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18.00-19.00

In Conversation with John Banville: A Staged Interview with Rachel MagShamhráin, Eibhear Walshe and Mark Kirwan

Location: Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC

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19.00-19.30 Wine Reception

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20.00 Conference Dinner

Location: Serendipity, Western Rd, Cork City.

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DAY 2: 4th October 2014

10.00-11.00

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PANEL 4a: Adaptation and Practice as Research

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Manfred Schewe

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Bernadette Cronin (UCC): Playing ‘the Maids’ – Adapting – Devising – Interculturalism – A Practice as Research Project

Claire Monk (De Montfort): Casting, Acting and Accident in the Merchant-Foster-Ivory Adaptations: Performance as Adaptation in Maurice

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PANEL 4b: Adaptation and Translation: Theory and Practice

Room: ORB 1.32

Chair: Georgina Lock

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Elisa Serra Porteiro (UCC): Meddling Folks: The Role of the Translator in Adaptations of Irish Drama to the Galician Stage

Katerina Perdikaki (Surrey): Adaptation as an Act of Communication

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11.00-11.30

COFFEE/TEA: O’Rahilly Building, Block B, First Floor Social Area

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11.30-13.00

PANEL 5a: Adapting from Screen

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Gwenda Young

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Artur Skweres (Adam Mickiewicz): Blade Runner (1997): Video Game Adaptation as an Invitation to Interactive Co-Creation of Meaning

Thomas Van Parys (Leuven): Novelizing the Contemporary TV Series: David Hewson’s The Killing

Georgina Locke (Nottingham): How to Do It? Practical Adaptation in Process: Screenplay to Novel

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PANEL 5b: Controversy, Disobedience, Offence

Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Gert Hofmann

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Graham Allen (UCC): The Empty Wasps’ Nest: The Shining Beyond Paranoid Reading

Elizabeth Stewart (Edinburgh): Offending the Audience? Feridun Zaimoglu and the Dynamics of Re-Writing Shakespeare at the Münchner Kammerspiele (2003)

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PANEL 5c: Collaboration and Creative Processes

Room: ORB 1.32

Chair: Rachel MagShamhráin

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Noelia Ruiz (UCD): Pan Pan Theatre: Contemporisation and Deconstruction of the Dramatic Text as Adaptation within a Collaborative Model

Jean Conacher (UL): A Collaborative Cinematic Project? Adapting Hein’s Willenbrock

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13.00-14.00

LUNCH: O’Rahilly Building, Block B, First Floor Social Area

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14.00-15.00

PLENARY 2: Judith Buchanan (York)

Title: Wresting an Alphabet: Adapting Shakespeare Collaboratively

Room: ORB: G27

Chair: Bernadette Cronin with interlocutor, Edel Semple

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15.00-16.30

PANEL 6a: Adapting Characters: Contexts and Fidelity

Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Donna Maria Alexander

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Jill Murphy (UCC): Text to Text, Body to Body: Adaptation and Collaboration in 12 Years a Slave

Michael Monaghan (DCU): The Many Faces of Tom Ripley: Adapting the Monster

Mark Wallace (DCU): Self and Sexuality in Sherlock

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PANEL 6b: Text, Intertext, Context

Room: ORB 1.24

Chair: Graham Allen

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Paul Griffin (UCC): Intertextual Adaptations of the Gothic: Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Mark Kirwan (UCC): Adapting to Circumstance: Understanding John Banville’s Adaptations of Heinrich von Kleist

Mary Noonan (UCC): The Not-So-Singular Life of Albert Nobbs

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