... and a happy New Year
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Bilder, die man sich macht
An interdisciplinary project on cultural encounter, poverty,
developed and directed by
Veronika Bernard and Serhan Oksay
... and a happy New Year
Thank you to those of you who have already sent their articles.
This to remind contributors to the IMAGES (V) volume that the deadline for article submission is approaching (30 November 2015).
Enjoy some photos ... (Photos: courtesy Manzara Istanbul)
Enjoy some photos ... (photos: courtesy Mazara Istanbul)
In 2010 Serhan Oksay and I developed the IMAGES Project and directed it together till September 2013.
In all this time Serhan Oksay was a reliable partner for me, and work on our project has made as even better and closer friends in life.
In mid August 2015, just 2 weks before the IMAGES V conference was to take place in Istanbul, he died there, of cancer, at age 52.
I deeply feel the loss!
Dear conference participants,
please, also check our conference blog for last Minute announcements. Thank you very much!
Looking Forward to Meeting you in Istanbul next week.
09.00-09.15: Welcome by Veronika Bernard (IMAGES project director), Steve Merrell and Övgü Tüzün (Conference organizing committee members)
Chair: Veronika Bernard
09.15-09.55: Keti Shehu (University of Tirana/ Albania)/ Ambra Pittoni (Artist and Choreographer, Turin/ Italy): Responsibility and Economy of Images
Chair: Övgü Tüzün
09.55-10.25: Sibel Almelek İşman (Dokuz Eylül University, Izmir/ Turkey): Vanitas: Moral Values in European Art
10.25-10.55: Jutta Teuwsen (University of Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf/ Germany): Contemporary Japanese Arts: Representations of Cultural Values in the Illustrations of Nature
10.55-11.25: Cinla Şeker (Dokus Eylül University, Izmir/ Turkey): Anatolian Folk Music Albums Cover Images at the Beginning of the Third Millenium
Chair: Övgü Tüzün
11.25-11.55: Ömer Alkin (Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf/ Germany): Images of Cultural Values in Turkish-German Migration Cinema
11.55-12.35: Valentin Nussbaum (National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei/ Taiwan/ R.O.C.): “For your Eyes Only?” – James Bond and Sherlock Holmes enter the Museum
Chair: Steve Merrell
13.35-14.05: Simonetta Milli Konewko (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA): Images of work in Collodi's Pinocchio
14.05-14.35: Selma Mokrani (University of Annaba, Annaba/ Algeria): “The Gift of the Stranger”: Elkader from Cultural Utopia to Heterotopia
14.35-15.05: Benmansour Radia epse Benyelles (University of Tlemcen, Tlemcen/ Algeria): Proverbs in the Algerian culture: The image of an oral tradition Reflecting Popular values
15.05-15.35: Roberta Matkovic (University Juraj Dobrila of Pula, Pula/ Croatia)/ Tanja Habrle (University Juraj Dobrila of Pula, Pula/ Croatia): The Figure of Mother in Italian Cultural Image
Chair: Steve Merrell
15.45-16.15: Nerma Cridge (Architectural Association London, London/ UK): Images of Culture in Public Space
16.15-16.45: Adriana De Angelis (Universitá Frederico II, Naples/ Italy): Skycrapers: globalized, and strong images of culture and art
16.45-17.15: Srđan Atanasovski (Institute of Musicology SASA, Belgrade/ Serbia): Ruptures in White Noise: Images, Spaces and Sounds of Saint Sava Temple in Belgrade
17.15-17.45: Ivana Sidzimovska (Bauhaus University Weimar, Weimar/ Germany): Notes on Skopje. Skopje 2014: Hegemonic and speculative urban narratives
17.45-18.15: Veronika Bernard (University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck/ Austria: Walking from Taksim to Istiklal Caddesi No 166 – A (Diachronic) Reading of Cultural Images
Chair: Srđan Atanasovski
09.00-09.30: Itzea Goicolea-Amiano (European University Institute, Florence/ Italy): Ambivalent Images of Otherness(es) in the War and the Spanish Occupation of Tetuan (1859-1862)
09.30-10.10: Borja Franco Llopis (Univesity of Valencia, Valencia/ Spain)/ Rubén Gregori Bou (University of Valencia, Valencia/ Spain): The “other” or the “others”? Symmetric and asymmetric representations of Jewish and Muslims in art and literature in Iberia (15-17th)
10.10-10.40: Miloud Barkaoui (Badji Mokhtar-Annaba University, Annaba/ Algeria): Of Maghrebi Immigration, Duality of Image, and Conflicting Cultural Values in France: the Case of Quartier Belsunce in Marseilles
Chair: Ömer Alkin
10.50-11.20: Mirjana Marinkovic (University of Belgrade, Belgrade/ Serbia): Images of Cultural Values in the novel A Strangeness in My Mind by Orhan Pamuk
11.20-11.50: Neval Berber (European Academy, Bolzano/ Italy): Challenging the Turk-stereotype in All the Year Round. Some considerations on the representation of Turkey and the Turks in George Walter Thornbury
11.50-12.20: Gönül Bakay (Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul/ Turkey): Representations of “the Primitive” in Things Fall Apart and Death and the King’s Horseman
12.20-12.50: Hatice Övgü Tüzün (Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul/ Turkey): Images of Cultural Values in V.S.Naipaul’s fiction
12.50-13.00: Closing Remarks by Organizers
14.30-16.30: optional sightseeing programme
This conference is supported by the Vice-Rectorate for Research of the University of Innsbruck.
The logistic partner of this conference is Manzara Istanbul
Conference organizing procedures supervised by Conference Design - Veronika Bernard
Looking forward to meting you on our conference ...
SUPA Business room by Manzara Istanbul is located on the 4th floor in the above building in Istiklal caddesi no. 166. This is in Istanbul-Beyoglu.
we can include altogether some 5-7 more speakers in our IMAGES (V) - Images of (Cultural) Values conference, i.e. 1-2 speakers each in the following sessions/ panels:
Session (2): Images of (Cultural) Values in the Field of Music
Session (3): Images of (Cultural) Values in the Arts
Session (4): Images of (Cultural) Values in Film
Session (5): Images of (Cultural) Values in Public Space
Session (6): The Ethnic and Images of (Cultural) Values
Session (7): Images of (Cultural) Values in Literature
So, in case you are aware of any colleagues who maybe missed our deadline or missed our CfP altogether, pls do not hesitate to inform them about this option and motivate them to propose. We are taking proposals for the remaining vacancies till 31 May 2015.
Pls. find the original Call for papers further down the site. Thanks.