Programme

Day 1 – Thursday  29th of May 2014

8:30-9:00 Registration (venue: Auditorium)
9:00-9:30 Opening ceremony of the XIII International AEDEI Conference: Éire/Ireland and Dysfunction. Rector of the University of Deusto, Ambassador of Ireland in Spain, President of AEDEI, Organisers (venue: Auditorium)

9:30-10:30 PLENARY LECTURE: DR. EIBHEAR WALSHE, University of Cork: “IRELAND HAUNTED, KATE O’BRIEN AND SPAIN”. Chair: Prof. Inés Praga (venue: Auditorium)

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:00 Parallel sessions (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Auditorium)
Kate O’Brien in perspective.
LEGARRETA MENTXAKA, AINTZANE, University College Dublin, KATE O’BRIEN IN LOVE (WITH BILBO)
MEMBRIVE PÉREZ, VERÓNICA, CLASHING VIEWS ON ORIENTALISM IN KATE O’BRIEN’S TRAVEL WRITING
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

(venue: Room 103)
ANDREU, CRISTINA, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, DYSFUNCTIONAL DUBLIN: FICTIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THE CITY
AMADOR-MORENO, CAROLINA P. & MCCAFFERTY, KEVIN, Universidad de Extremadura & University of Bergen, “BUT SURE ROBERT GREER IS TO BE MARRIED IN THE COURSE OF A MONTH”: THE USE OF SURE AS A DISCOURSE MARKER IN IRISH ENGLISH
Chair: Dr. Elena Jaime de Pablos

12.30-13:30 RECEPTION AND BOOK LAUNCH: BILBAO TOWN HALL, KATE OBRIEN’S TERESA DE ÁVILA
14:00-15:30 Lunch (venue: Deusto Library, CRAI)

15:30-17:00 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Auditorium)
CARRERA, MARÍA JOSÉ, Universidad de Valladolid, ‘MY FATHER, DID I KILL HIM TOO AS WELL AS MY MOTHER’: SAMUEL BECKETT’S FROM AN ABANDONED WORK
D’ARCY, MICHAEL, St. Francis Xavier University, HOW BECKETT’S NOVELS THINK THE DYSFUNCTIONAL BODY
GRAHAM, ALAN, University College Dublin, ‘GODFORSAKEN HOLE CALLED … CALLED …’: BECKETT NAMING IRELAND
Chair: Dr. José Francisco Fernández

(venue: Room 102)
CANEDA CABRERA, M. TERESA, Universidad de Vigo, DYSFUNCTIONAL RECIPROCITIES AND PRODUCTIVE DISSONANCES: FIDEL CASTRO READS JAMES JOYCE
FERNÁNDEZ VICENTE, OLGA, Universidad de Deusto, JAMES JOYCE AND PIO BAROJA´S DYSFUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH THEIR COUNTRIES:
A QUEST FOR INDEPENDENCE
DE ZUBIA FERNÁNDEZ, DANIEL, NUI, Maynooth, JOHN MCGAHERN & ANTÓNIO LOBO ANTUNES AMONGST DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
Chair: Dr. Mariluz Suárez

(venue: Room 103)
JORGE, RICHARD, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, A BLOODY INHERITANCE: THE DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY IN LE FANU’S “THE LAST HEIR OF CASTLE CONNOR”
RAMÓN GARCÍA, MARTA, Universidad de Oviedo, DRINK, DYSFUNCTION AND DEMOCRACY: THE PUBLIC HOUSE IN VICTORIAN IRELAND
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

17:00-17:30 Coffee break

17:30-18:30 PUBLIC READING AND INTERVIEW: EMER MARTIN.
CHAIR: Dr. Asier Altuna (venue: Auditorium)

18:30-20:00 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Auditorium)
GONZALEZ CASADEMONT, ROSA, Universitat de Barcelona, INTIMATIONS OF SOCIAL ANOMIE IN KIRSTEN SHERIDAN’S IRISH-SET FEATURE FILMS
KOPSCHITZ BASTOS, BEATRIZ, Associação Brasileira de Estudos Irlandeses, THE (DYS)FUNCTION OF ART IN THADDEUS O’SULLIVAN’S FILM WORK
CROSSON, SEÁN, Huston School of Film & Digital Media, NUI Galway, ‘YET ANOTHER CHAPTER IN THE GLORIOUS HISTORY OF HURLING’: CONSTRUCTING A UTOPIAN SPACE IN FILMIC REPRESENTATIONS OF IRISH SPORT
Chair: Dr. Constanza del Río

(venue: Room 102)
PÉREZ VIDES, AUXILIADORA, Universidad de Huelva, CRIME, JUSTICE AND DYSFUNCTION IN BENJAMIN BLACK’S HOLY ORDERS
KIRWAN, MARK, University College Cork, BLACKENED NAME: BENJAMIN BLACK AND RECONCILING HISTORY IN JOHN BANVILLE
ASENSIO PERAL, GERMÁN, Universidad de Almería, IRISH CULTURE AND MYLES NA GCOPALEEN’S CRUISKEEN LAWN
Chair: Dr. Luz Mar Arias

20:00-21:30 Reception sponsored by the Embassy of Ireland in Spain (Deusto cloisters)

 Day 2 – Friday  30th of May 2014

9:00-10:30 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Garate Room)
GONZALEZ ARIAS, LUZ MAR, Universidad de Oviedo, DYSFUNCTIONAL BODIES IN A DYSFUNCTIONAL CITYSCAPE: ILLNESS AND URBAN DAMAGE IN THE POETRY OF CELIA DE FRÉINE
CARVALHO HOMEM, RUI, Universidade do Porto, INSCRIPTION, TRUNCATION: URBAN SCENARIOS IN THE POETRY OF ALAN GILLIS
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

(venue: Room 102)
DEL RIO, CONSTANZA, Universidad de Zaragoza, DYSFUNCTIONAL IRELAND: GHOSTLY HAUNTINGS IN PATRICK MCCABE’S WINTERWOOD
DAPÍA FERREIRO, Mª CELSA, Universidad de Valladolid, THE BREWING OF A DYSFUNCTIONAL COMMUNITY: CONCEALMENT, SECRECY AND LIES IN THE BUTCHER BOY
ROSENDE PÉREZ, AIDA, Universitat de les Illes Balears, “WELCOME TO THE HOUSE WITH NO ANUS”: DYSFUNCTIONAL SUBJECTS AND ZONES OF ABJECTION IN EMER MARTIN’S BABY ZERO
Chair: Dr. Carolina Amador

(venue: Room 103)
VILLAR-ARGÁIZ, PILAR, Universidad de Granada, WE ARE ‘HERE TO STAY’: CINEMATIC REPRESENTATIONS OF IMMIGRANTS IN IRISH ETHNOGRAPHIC FILMS
MORERA, LUCIA, Universidad de Zaragoza, “I AM NO MONSTER UNDER MY SKIRTS”: REWRITINGS OF THE ‘OTHER’ IN EMMA DONOGHUE’S KISSING THE WITCH (1997)
Chair: Dr. Marisol Morales

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:00 PLENARY LECTURE: PROF. TOM INGLIS, University College Dublin: Dysfunctional Bodies
Chair: Dr. Rosa González Casademont (venue: Garate Room)

12:00-13:00 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Garate Room)
PRAGA, INÉS, Universidad de Burgos, THE (DYS)FUNCTIONALITY OF MEMORY: GLIMPSES OF CHILDHOOD IN JOHN MCGAHERN´S MEMOIR AND EDNA O´BRIEN´S COUNTRY GIRL
JAIME DE PABLOS, MARÍA ELENA, Universidad de Almería, THE QUEST FOR SUBJECTIVE UNITY IN ANOTHER ALICE BY LIA MILLS
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

(venue: Room 102)
SCHWERTER, STEPHANIE, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, DYSFUNCTION AND THE TRANSLATION OF CONFLICT LITERATURE
MARTÍN RUIZ, SARA, Universidad de Zaragoza, “(…) A LETTER HAD BEEN SENT TO INFORM THE MISTRESS OF NOVICES OF THE TYPE OF FAMILY YOU HAD COME FROM”: THE DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY IN EDNA O’BRIEN’S A PAGAN PLACE
Chair: Dr. Marta Ramón

13:00-14:00 PUBLIC READING: BILLY O’CALLAGHAN
Chair: Dr. Marisol Morales Ladrón (venue: Garate Room)

14:00-15:30 Lunch

15:30-17:00 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Garate Room)
MORALES LADRÓN, MARISOL, Universidad de Alcalá, COLM TÓIBÍN’S THE TESTAMENT OF MARY: IMAGES OF A (DYS)FUNCTIONAL MOTHERHOOD?
CARREGAL ROMERO, JOSÉ, Universidad de Vigo, THE RETURN OF THE PAST: DYSFUNCTIONAL SILENCES IN COLM TÓIBÍN’S “THE PEARL FISHERS”
YEBRA, JOSÉ MARÍA, Universidad de Zaragoza, QUEERING THE FAMILY AGAINST ALL ODDS IN COLM TÓIBÍN’S THE BLACKWATER LIGHTSHIP AND MOTHERS AND SONS
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

(venue: Room 102)
SCHWALL, HEDWIG, University of Leuven, OBJECT RELATIONS IN DEIRDRE MADDEN’S AUTHENTICITY
TERRAZAS GALLEGO, MELANIA, Universidad de la Rioja, DYSFUNCTION, MEDIATION, HEALING AND TRANSCENDING IN EVELYN CONLON’S NOT THE SAME SKY
SANCHES, ZUZANNA, University of Lisbon/ULICES, HEALING WITH STORIES: DEIRDRE MADDEN AND THE ENCOUNTER WITH THE OTHER
Chair: Dr. Pilar Villar

(venue: Room 103)
GILLIGAN, CHRIS, University of the West of Scotland, DYSFUNCTIONAL PEACE? INSTITUTIONAL RACISM AND SECTARIANISM IN POST-AGREEMENT NORTHERN IRELAND
PRAGNÈRE, PASCAL, Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle, IDENTITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NORTHERN IRELAND: A SALUTARY DYSFUNCTION?
Chair: Dr. Seán Crosson

17:00-17:30 Coffee break

17:30-19:00 Steafán Hanvey: Dysfunction | The Nuclear Family | The End of Art Is Peace | Multimedia Performance-Lecture | Look Behind You! A Father and Son’s Impressions of The Troubles in Northern Ireland through Photograph and Song.
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna (venue: Garate Room)

19:15-19:45 A NIGHT AT THE THEATRE. Cathleen ni Houlihan by William Butler Yeats and Lady Gregory. Irish Studies coming to the University. Drama representation by 4-year students, Modern Languages Degree, University of Deusto (venue: Main Ceremonial Hall)

21:00-23:30 AEDEI GALA DINNER: HOTEL HESPERIA, Campo Volantín, 28

Day 3 – Saturday  31st of May 2014

9:00-10:30 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Garate Room)
ROUND TABLE: BECKETT AND DYSFUNCTION
FERNÁNDEZ, JOSÉ FRANCISCO, University of Almería, KENNEDY, SEÁN, Saint Mary’s University, WHELAN, FEARGAL, University College, Dublin

(venue: Room 102)
MERINO ÁLVAREZ, RAQUEL, EHU/UPV University of the Basque Country, IRISH THEATRE TRANSLATED AND CENSORED IN SPAIN: LUIS ITURRI’S PRODUCTION OF BRENDAN BEHAN’S THE HOSTAGE
RUANO SAN SEGUNDO, PABLO, Universidad de Extremadura, WAITING FOR GODOT AND EN ATTENDANT GODOT: A COMPUTER-ASSISTED ANALYSIS OF BECKETT’S SELF-TRANSLATION OF STAGE DIRECTIONS
GAVIÑA COSTERO, MARÍA, Universitat de Valencia, IN THE BEGINNING WAS SILENCE: BRIAN FRIEL’S REVISITATION OF THE ARTIST
Chair: Dr. Juan Ignacio Oliva

10:30-10:45 Coffee break

10:45-12:15 Parallel sessions  (BOOK OF ABSTRACTS)
(venue: Garate Room)
OLIVA, JUAN IGNACIO, Universidad de La Laguna, WILLIAM TREVOR & BRIAN MOORE: RECOUNTING DYSFUNCTIONAL MASCULINITIES IN IRISH-CANADIAN FILMS
RODRÍGUEZ MARTÍN, GUSTAVO A., Universidad de Extremadura, BERNARD SHAW, THE LIFE FORCE, AND METABIOLOGICAL UTOPIA
GEORGE, CHARLIE, GOOD AND EVIL CHURCH: THE TWO FACES OF CATHOLICISM IN MATURIN’S MELMOTH THE WANDERER
Chair: Dr. Asier Altuna

(venue: Room 102)
ALÁEZ CORRAL, MÁXIMO, Universidad de Oviedo, DYSFUNCTIONAL GAZE AND THE REPRESENTATION(S) OF WOMEN IN NUALA NÍ CHONCHUÍR’S ‘AS I LOOK’
FERNÁNDEZ FRANCOS, MARÍA LUZ, Universidad de Oviedo, FROM A TRAUMATISED PAST TOWARDS AN OPEN FUTURE: THE (RE)CONFIGURATION OF IRISH IDENTITY IN EMMA DONOGHUE’S LANDING
GÜLÜM TEKIN, BURCU, Universidad de Granada, THE SILENT MOTHER OF THE DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY: A FEMINIST APPROACH TO RODDY DOYLE’S PADDY CLARKE HA HA HA
Chair: Dr. Luz Mar Arias

12:15-13:45 AEDEI GMM. Farewell (venue: Garate Room)