(Re)presentations of America 3 (16 XII)

Invitation to the conference "(Re) presentations of America 3"

December 16 2020

The Conference Program

3.00-3.20 Agata Waszkiewicz, UMCS. Cooking Queerly: Subverting Traditional Culinary Masculinities in Video Games.
3.20-3.40 Małgorzata Martynuska, University of Rzeszów. The Culinary Representations in Cecilia M. Fernandez’s Leaving Little Havana. A Memoir of Miami’s Cuban Ghetto.
3.40-4.00 Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis, KUL. You Are Who You Eat: Gourmet Brains, Human Passing and Palatable Zombies.

4.10-4.30 Ewa Antoszek, UMCS. “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”: The U.S.-Mexico Border Artivism.
4.30-4.50 Lidia Kniaź-Hunek, UMCS. “The Table ‘bout to Turn”: Forms of Political Activism in Janelle Monáe’s Oeuvre.
4.50-5.10 Edyta Frelik, UMCS. Man Ray’s Art of Intellect.

5.20-5.40 Izabella Kimak, Zbigniew Mazur, UMCS. Divided We Stand: Black Urbanity in Richard Wright’s Native Son and Its Film Adaptations.
5.40-6.00 Francesca De Lucia, Independent scholar. The Portrayal of Chinese American masculinity in China Men by Maxine Hong Kingston.
6.00-6.20 Andrea Herrera, UCCS, Colorado Springs. All My Relations: Covid, Community & the Principle of the Seven Generations.

6.30-6.50 Małgorzata Rutkowska, UMCS. Faux Travelers/ Real (?) Pilgrims: Patterns of Spiritual Journeys in Selected American Women’s Travel Memoirs in the 21st Century.
6.50-7.10 Anna Bendrat, UMCS. Mimesis in motion: Jordan Harrison's narratorial mediation in Marjorie Prime.
7.10-7.30 Robert Westerfelhaus, Celeste Lacroix, College of Charleston, SC. Post-Apocalyptic Narratives in Contemporary American Popular Culture: Doom and Gloom in a Time of Despair amid Political Tension.
7.30-7.50 Anna Oleszczuk, UMCS. Queer Speculations in Anglophone Comics.


    Ewa Antoszek
    Date of addition
    14 December 2020