Eaas 2014 Conference Program (Excerpt) April 3-6, 2014

Workshop 22 [Saturday 13:30-15:30, 16:00-18:00]

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Workshop 22 [Saturday 13:30-15:30, 16:00-18:00]
Unspoken Things Spoken: Poetics of Trauma in American Literature of the Late 20th-Early 21st Centuries”

(Natalia Vysotska, Kiev National Linguistics University, Ukraine, and Olga Nesmelova, Kazan Federal University, Russia)

Session 1

Stanislav Kolář (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic): “Imaginative Investment in the Writings of the Post-Holocaust Generation”

Irina Novikova (University of Latvia): “Discourse of Trauma in the Baltic Women’s Narratives and Agate Nesaule’s Memories of Exile in America
Valerio Massimo De Angelis (University of Macerata, Italy): “ ‘The Only Cure I Know is a Good Ceremony’: Post-traumatic Reconstruction of Identity in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony
Jekaterina Sadovskaya (Belarusian State University, Belarus): “Traumatic Experience of World War II as Interpreted by Jerzy Kosinski”
Session 2

Mariya Dogan (Hacettepe University, Turkey): “Forward to the Past: Creating History as Personal Identity in Jonathan Safran Foer’s Everything is Illuminated

Angeliki Tseti (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece & Paris Diderot University - Paris 7, France): “Photo-textual Narratives, Shared Experiences: The Multidirectionality of Traumatic Memory in Jonathan Safran Foer’s Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Sophie Vallas (Aix-Marseille University, France): “A ‘Monstrous Desk’ to Write on: Anchoring the Writing of the Past in Great House, by Nicole Krauss”
Olga Karasik (Kazan Federal University, Russia): “The Holocaust Trauma and Memory in the Novels of Nicole Krauss”

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