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Tuesday, 17 April 2007
2nd International IDEA Conference:
Studies in English
17-19 April 2007
Hacettepe University, Beytepe Campus
Ankara
PROGRAMME
Tuesday, 17 April 2007
08:30 – 09:15
REGISTRATION
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
09:15-09:35
MINI CONCERT
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09:35-10:00
OPENING
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Literature and Cinema
Women in Literature I
Translation Studies I
Linguistics I
1. Barbara Gabriel: “Gothic Surrealism
and Its Haunted Ontologies: Charlotte
Bronte’s Villette and Alfred Hitchcock’s
Vertigo”
1. Saija Kaskinen: “Gee-WhizWhat-a-Gall: Old Maids in Charlotte
Bronte’s Shirley”
1. Gürkan Doğan: “Translation,
Relevance, and Connotations”
1.Çiler Hatipoğlu:
“Politeness in E-Mailed ‘Call
for Papers’”
PLENARY SESSION I
10:00-11:00
Yıldız KENTER
and
Talat S. HALMAN
“ ‘Turkish’ Shakespeare: A Dramatic
Presentation”
C O F F E E B R E A K
11:00-11:30
PLENARY SESSION II
11:30-12:15
Emel DOĞRAMACI
“An Historical Overview of Studies in
Turkey”
Chair: Himmet Umunç
12:15-13:05
2. Laurence Raw: “Shakespeare and
Westernization: King Lear on Turkish
Television (1981)”
Chair: Ian Buchanan
13:05-14:00
2. Natela Doghonadze: “Becky
Sharp in Vanity Fair: A New
Woman”
Chair: Oya Batum Menteşe
L U N C H
2. Jamal Mohamed Giaber
“Concision in Terminology
Translation: A Contrastive View”
Chair: Berrin Aksoy
B R E A K
2. Suhan Akıncı Oktay: “A
Sociolinguistic Perspective in
Narrative Analysis: SocioEconomic and Educational
Backgrounds of Families as
Influential Factors in the
Development of Child Written
Narratives”
Chair: Güray König
Tuesday, 17 April 2007
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
PLENARY SESSION III
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Fernando GALVAN
“British Readings of Postcolonial
Diasphora at the Turn of the 21st
Century”
14:00-14:45
Chair: Işıl BAŞ
14:45-15:00
15:00-16:15
C O F F E E
B R E A K
Poetry I
Renaissance Literature
Translation Studies II
1.Murat Seçkin: “Lycidas: Milton’s
1. Mustafa Şahiner: “Philip
Massinger’s The Renegado: or ‘A Turk
Turned Christian’”
1. Mine Yazıcı: “Verse Translation
in the Age of Globalization”
Quest for Poetic Imagination”
2. Hasan A. Al-Zubi: “Audience and
Human Nature in the Poetry of Milton
and Dryden”
3. Berkan Ulu “Poetics in Gerard
Manley Hopkins’s Poetics: /S/prung
Rhy/th/m /S/prang About”
2. Evrim Doğan: “The Early
Modern Concept of Revenge: The
Spanish Tragedy”
3. Beyazit H. Akman “Puppets with
Empty Boxes: Plays-within-the-play
in The Spanish Tragedy”
2. Hilal Erkazancı “Translating
Scottish Literature: the Aesthetics of
Hybridity in the Poetics of
Translation”
3. Bayda Al-Obaydi “Rendition of
Syntactic Cohesion: Application of
Textlinguistics on Translation”
Uses of Literature in
ELT
1. Recep Şahin Arslan and
Nazan Yıldız: “Developing
Critical Thinking Skills through
Literature”
2. Abbas Zare-ee: “The
Effects of Formal Training in
Figures of Speech on EFL
Learners’ Literary Reading
Comprehension and
Appreciation”
3. Bekir Savaş: “A Linguistic
Analysis of Students’ Literary
Competence in an English
Language and Literature
Teaching Program”
Chair: Lawrence Raw
16:15-17:30
Chair: Patricia Wallace-Costa
Chair: Nalan Büyükkantarcıoğlu
Contemporary Drama I
Poetry II
ELT I
ELT II
1. John Basourakos: “Witches,
Matriarchs, Whores, and Bourgeois
Feminists: Casting Intra-Sexual and
Inter-Sexual Oppression in Caryl
Churchill’s Plays Vinegar Tom, Cloud
Nine, and Top Girls”
1. Şebnem Toplu: “Interrogating and
Re-forming the Self: Jackie Kay’s The
Adoption Papers”
1. . Nurdan Gürbüz: “Effective
Strategies to Develop Fluency”
1. Mehdi Gorbani: “The
Effect of Content-Based
Materials and the Use of Target
Language in ESP or EAP
Classes”
2. Nüvid Alemdaroğlu: “Cultural and
Political Opposition in Tom Stoppard’s
Rockn' Roll”
2. Özlem Aydın: “Thatcherite
Britain as Reflected in Carol Ann
Duffy’s The Other Country”
3. Mehmet Metin Barlık: “Stare at
the Dark: Philip Larkin as the
Nostalgic Voice of The Movement”
3. Aydın Görmez: “Dualities and
Paradoxes in Tom Stoppard”
Chair: Deniz Bozer
18:00-19:30
Chair: Gürkan Doğan
2. Mohsen Shahrokhi and Ahmad
R. Lotfi: “Component Parameters
of Transitivity: A Comparative Study
of English and Persian
Conversations”
3. Hadi Farjami: “Towards a Model
of Foreign Language Identity
Development”
2. Gencer Elkılıç: “Vocabulary
Learning Strategies of the
Students Studying in the
Department of English
Language and Literature,
Kafkas University”
3. Orkun Canbay:
“Determining the Academic
English Requirements in the
Process of a Curriculum
Design”
Chair: Huriye Reis
R E C E P T I O N
Chair: Ahmad Ameri Golestan
Chair: Çiler Hatipoğlu
Wednesday, 18 April 2007
09:30-10:15
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
PLENARY SESSION IV
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Contemporary Fiction I
Translation Studies III
ELT III
1. Mehmet Ali Çelikel: “Demonising
the Divinity in The Satanic Verses”
1. Firdevs Karahan “An Evaluation
of Recent Machine Translation
Systems”
1. Andreia Avram “Syllable
Restructuring in Early
Solomon Islands Pidgin
English”
Alev ALATLI
“Political Correctness in Literature”
Chair: Serpil Oppermann
10:15-11:30
Renaissance Literature and
Shakespeare
1. Patricia Wallace-Costa: “LatinEnglish Code-Switching and Reader
Competence in Thomas Nashe’s Pierce
Pennilesse His Svpplication to the Divell”
2. Şebnem Kaya: “Accounts of Piracy
in English Renaissance Texts”
3. Dilek Kantar: “Love Metaphors in
Shakespearean Sonnets”
2. Nil Korkut: “The Function of
Genre Parody in Postmodern
Fiction:Undermining the Discourse
of Realism in Salman Rushdie’s
Shame”
2. Hala A. Abdul Hadi: “Omission as
a Strategy in Simultaneous
Conference Interpreting”
3. Aytül Özüm: “John Banville’s The
Newton Letter: The Encoding of
Postmodern Problematizations”
2. Marzie Nezakat Alhosaini:
“Subject/Object Extractions
from that-Clauses: A Study of
Iranian ESL Learners'
Interlanguage”
3. Ahmad Ameri Golestan:
“The Syntax of wh-Questions
in Persian”
Chair: Gülşen Sayın
Chair: Margaret Sönmez
Shakespeare I
1. Esin Akalin: “The Pastoral and the
Anti-Pastoral in The Winter’s Tale”
2. Feryal Çubukçu:
“The Integration and Disintegration of
the Shadow and the Self in Othello”
3. Dilek Bulut: “Exploration of the
Racist Ideology in Shakespeare’s
Othello”
Chair: Ayşegül Yüksel
13:00-14:00
Chair: Mehdi Gorbani
C O F F E E B R E A K
11:30-11:45
11:45-13:00
Chair: AyferAltay
Representations of
the Orient
1. Alev Baysal: “The Fictionalization
of the Harem in English Writings”
2. Atalay Gündüz “Orientalism and
the Empire in Frederick Burnaby’s
On Horseback Through Asia Minor
(1877)”
3. Volkan Kılıç: “Representations of
Istanbul in W. B.Yeats’s ‘Sailing to
Byzantium’ and ‘Byzantium’”
Chair: Sibel Dinçel
L U N C H
Modern English Fiction
Translation Studies IV
1. Margaret J-M Sönmez: “German
Voices inEnglish Novels of World
War I: The Case of D. H.
Lawrence”
1. Orhun Yakın “Is It Gothic
Enough? A Critical Approach
to the Latest Translation of
R.L. Stevenson’s The Strange
Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”
2. Hasan Boynukara: “Dualism and
Double Vision in
The Power and the Glory and The End of
the Affair”
3. Fatma Kalpaklı “Coming Up for
Equality: The Question of Women in
Orwell’s Coming Up for Air”
Chair: Nursel İçöz
B R E A K
2. Ali Şükrü Özbay "Can the
Knowledge of Translation
Make Any Meaningful
Difference in Actual
Translation Practices?"
Chair: Firdevs Karahan
Wednesday, 18 April 2007
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
PLENARY SESSION V
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IAN BUCHANAN
14:00-14:45
“History, Allegory, Interpretation”
Chair: Emel Doğramacı
14:45-15:00
15:00-16:15
Re-Writings and
Re-Readings I
1. M. Sibel Dinçel: “The Gender of
Violence: Wertenbaker's ‘Myth’ versus
Bond's ‘Revolution’”
2. Gönül Bakay: “Why the Attraction?
The Deidre Legend Revisited in the
Plays of Yeats, Synge and Lady
Gregory”
3. Leyli Jamali : “The Queen of the
Tides: Reading Daniel Defoe's Moll
Flanders under the Light of Lacanian
and Kristevan Insights”
Chair: Aysu Erden
C O F F E E
B R E A K
Victorian Literature
Women in Literature II
1. Majid Alavi Shooshtari: “SocioPolitical Consciousness and Gender
Awareness in Elizabeth Gaskell's
Sylvia's Lovers”
1. Bülent Cercis Tanrıtanır: “LetterWriting as Voice of Women: Doris
Lessing’s The Golden Notebook and
Alice Walker’s The Color Purple”
2. Azer Banu Kemaloğlu:
“Middlemarch: Angels’ Marching for
Authorship”
2. Demet Satılmış: “A New
Perspective on Gender Roles:Sexual
Perversity in Orlando”
3. Armağan Erdoğan: “Gender-ed
Nationalism in George Eliot”
3. Gökçen Ezber: “The SelfLiberated Woman as an Abject Figure
(as Depicted on the Page and on the
Screen)”
Chair: Natela Doghonadze
Chair: Hasan Boynukara
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Thursday, 19 April 2007
09:30-10:45
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
Comparative Literature
Literatures in English
Contemporary Drama II
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1. Azize Özgüven: “Two Mystic Poets:
Yunus Emre and William Blake”
2. Stella Papakonstantinou: “Halide
Edib Adıvar and Virginia Woolf:
Cultural Roles in Changing Contexts”
3. Bilge Nihal Zileli: “Alienation,
Isolation, and Loneliness in Camus’s
L’Etranger and Le Peste and Beckett’s
Molloy and Malone Dies”
Chair: Murat Seçkin
3. Nevin Yıldırım Koyuncu:
“Disquieting Ambivalence in
Margaret Atwood’s The Blind
Assassin”
2. Dilek İnan: “Theatre of Madness:
Representations of Madness by the
Post-War Generation of British
Dramatists”
3. Nursen Gömceli: The Break of
Day: A “Backlash Manifesto” or
Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Call for a
New Feminism?
Chair: A. Didem Uslu
Chair: Barbara Gabriel
Anglo-Irish Literature
Postcolonial Voices
Women in Literature III
1. Nursel İçöz: “Beckett and the
Thirties: Clash of Contraries in Murphy”
1. Yıldız Kılıç: “The Paradox of the
‘Muslim British National’ in Monica
Ali’s Brick Lane”
1. Violetta Trofimova: “The Variety
of Male Desire in Aphra Behn’s Prose
Fiction”
2. Defne Ersin Tutan: “From Latin
American Magic Realism to British
Postmodern Postcolonial
Fabulation”
2. Hande Sadun: “To Be the
Authoress – To Be the Empress of a
Utopian World:Margaret Cavendish’s
The Description of a New World Called
The Blazing World”
2. Gülşen Sayın: “The Ancient Witch
on the Modern Irish Stage: Medea ReConstructed in Marina Carr’s By the Bog
of Cats (1998)”
3. Sibel Sezen: “The Use of Folklore
in W.B. Yeats’s and Nuala Ni
Dhomhnaill’s Poetry”
Chair: Azize Özgüven
3. Pelin Gümüş: “Being ‘the Other’:
Hanif Kureishi’s Borderline and My
Beautiful Laundrette”
Chair: Burçin Erol
Re-Writings and
Re-Readings II
Re-Writings and
Re-Readings III
Contemporary Fiction II
1. Aylin Alkaç Kutlukan:
“Transsexualizing Male Desire: A
Reading of Kathy Acker’s Great
Expectations and Don Quixote”
1. Eda Dedebaş: “Storytelling and
‘Stolentelling’ in Jeannette
Winterson’s Lighthousekeeping”
2. Şevki Kömür and Erdinç Parlak:
“Arnold Wesker’s The Merchant: ReWriting Shakespeare’s The Merchant of
Venice”
Chair: Şebnem Toplu
2. Papatya Alkan: “Contesting
Narrators in Jenny Diski’s Only
Human: A Comedy”
Chair: Saija Kaskinen
L U N C H
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3. Pınar Taşdelen: “The
Victimization of the Victimizer: The
Reciprocal Aspect of Violence in
Chaucerian Fabliaux”
Chair: Alev Baysal
12:15-13:05
13:05-14:00
2. Sibel Güzel : “Coetzee’s Two
Teachers versus an Apocalyptic
Society”
1. Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu: “The
Connection between the ‘I’ of
Identity and the ‘Eye’ of Vision in
Shaffer’s Drama”
C O F F E E B R E A K
10:45-11:00
11:00-12:15
1. Derek Barker: “Crossing Lines:
A Comparative Analysis of Nadine
Gordimer’s Pre- and Post-Apartheid
Fictional Prose” 1. Nilsen Gökçen: “A Critique of
Postmodern Academic Ethos in The
Human Stain and Disgrace”
2. Saniye Çancı: “History and
Prophecy: Peter Ackroyd’s The Plato
Papers”
Chair: Aytül Özüm
B R E A K
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Thursday, 19 April 2007
14:00-15:15
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Hall
K Hall
Exhibition Hall
North Hall
Re-Writings and
Re-Readings IV
Contemporary Fiction III
Contemporary Drama III
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1. Meryem Ayan: “The Summer of
Exploration Before Returning to The
Dark”
1. Banu Özkan: “Epic Theatre as a
Means of Feminist Theatre in Caryl
Churchill’s Mad Forest”
2. Şerife Çalık: “The Reflections of
Working Class Culture in Kinsley
Amis’s Lucky Jim and Alan Sillitoe’s
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning”
2. Semiha Topal: “Desperate
Housewives in Alan Ayckbourn’s
Plays”
1. Şule Okuroğlu: “How Self-Reflexive
Games Challenge Formal Realism in
Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions
of Tristram Shandy: A Metafictional
Analysis”
2. Volha Korbut: “The Myth of Genre
Stability and the Metamorphosis within
the Sub-Genre of Estate Poetry in the
Light of the English Civil War”
3. Selen Aktari “Todorov’s Theory
of the Fantastic in Jeanette
Winterson’s Sexing the Cherry”
3. Kıvılcım Subaşı: “Marriage and
the Individual in British and Turkish
Plays of the Early 80s”
3. Pürnur Uçar : “Rewriting Patriarchal
Myths:Timberlake Wertenbaker’s The
Love of the Nightingale”
Chair: Violetta Trofimova
Chair: Belgin Elbir
15:15-15:30
15:30-17:05
C O F F E E
Chair: Neslihan Ekmekçioğlu
B R E A K
Shakespeare II
Women in Literature IV
Poetry III
1. Hakan Dibel : “Waylaid by
Language: The Representation of
Desire in Shakespeare”
1. Murat Sayım: “Exploitation of
European Women by Colonization in
Maugham’s “The Force of
Circumstance” (1926) and Orwell’s
Burmese Days (1934)”
1. Alireza Farahbakhsh : “The
Postmodern Self in T. S. Eliot’s The
Waste Land”
2. Sibel İzmir: “Male Comradeship in
Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of
Verona, Romeo and Juliet and The
Merchant of Venice”
3. Emine Seda Çağlayan: “The Father
Figure Starts and Ends the Action in
Hamlet”
2. Yasemen Özfındık: “PostColonial Female Identity and
Mother-Daughter Bond in Jamaica
Kincaid’s Annie John”
Chair: Hande Sadun
Chair: Mustafa Şahiner
2. Derya Agiş: “The Yiddish Self of
the North American Poet Richard
Fein”
Chair: Hasan A. Al-Zubi
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