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Πέμπτη, 12 Ιουνίου 2014

Fall Narratives International Workshop, 18-19 June, University of Aberdeen by Zohar Hadromi-Allouche Fall Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Perspective An International Workshop, 18–19 June 2014 Divinity Library, King’s College, University of Aberdeen Workshop Programme Day 1 – Wednesday 18 June 2014 8.30-9.00 Registration and coffee 9.00-9.15 Formal welcome: Professor John Morrison, Head of the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy, University of Aberdeen 9.15-10.30 Keynote speaker: Professor Michael Stone, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 10.30-10.40 Coffee break 10.40-12.05 - Panel 1: Greek and Roman Falls Chair: Ralph O’Connor Erlend MacGillivray, University of Aberdeen ‘Fall Narra! tives in Greek and Roman Philosophy’ Sam Newington, University of Aberdeen ‘The “katabasis” of Titans and Giants’ Syrithe Pugh, University of Aberdeen ‘The Politics of the Fall in Spenser’s Mutabilitie Cantos’ 12.05-13.45 - Lunch 13.45-14.40 - Panel 2: Falls in Philosophy Chair: Erlend MacGillivray Giovanni Gellera, University of Glasgow ‘Philosophical Fall in Reformed scholasticism’ Martin Sticker, University of St Andrews ‘The Fall of the Common Agent: Kant on Rationalising and Corruption’ 14.40! -15.00 Coffee break 15.00-15.55 - Panel 3: Milton I Chair: Helen Lynch Ralph O’Connor, University of Aberdeen ‘Of Demons and Dinosaurs: Some Nineteenth-Century Theologies of Deep Time’ Robert Segal, University of Aberdeen ‘Hell and Paradise for Milton: Physical Places and States of Mind’ 15.55-16.15 - Coffee break and the Snake Cake 16.15-17.50 - Panel 4: Corporeal and Vocal Falls Chair: Áine Larkin Emilyn Claid, University of Roehampton ‘CAN I LET YOU FALL?’ Emma Cocker, No! ttingham Trent University, and Clare Thornton, Independent Artist ‘The Italic I’ Kristin Borgehed, University of Aberdeen ‘Folk Song Falls’ 17.50-18.20 Drinks Reception at the Divinity Library 18.30 – Dinner for delegates Day 2 Thursday 19 June 2014 8.30-9.00 – Coffee 9.00-09.55 - Panel 5: The Upside of the Fall Chair: Zohar Hadromi-Allouche Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer, University of Aberdeen ‘Fall as Ascent: The exegesis of Gen 3-4 and 6.1-4 in Gnostic tradition’ �! � Emily Caddick Bourne, Birkbeck, University of London ‘The concept of redemption’ 9.55-10.50 - Panel 6: Cinematic Falls Chair: Benjamin Sherlock Brian Murdoch, University of Stirling ‘Beyond the Blue Lagoon: Some Popular Reflections of the Fall’ Leigh Clayton, University of Aberdeen ‘The Difficulties of Being Human: The Fall in Screwball Comedy and Film Noirs’ 10.50-11.05 - Coffee break 11.05-12.00 – Panel 7: Islam Chair: Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer Zohar Hadromi-Allouche, University of Aberdeen ‘The divine, Satanic, human baby: ‘Abd al-Ḥārith and other Near-Eastern newborns’ Marianna Klar, SOAS, London ‘An Exploration of the Qur’ānic Fall of Iblīs in the Wider Context of Sūrat al-Kahf’ 12.00-13.30 - Lunch 13.30-14.55 - Panel 8: Poetics Chair: Sam Newington Beth Dodd, STETS ‘Thomas Traherne - Doctrine, Poetics and Affection: An Account of the Fall’ Karl O’Hanlon, University of York ‘Poetry as a fallen form: W.B. Yeats and Geoffrey Hill’ Ayse Temiz, Independent Scholar ‘“Each the Other’s World Entire”: Monadology and Post-Apocalyptic Nomadism’ 14.55-15.05 - Coffee break 15.05-16.30 Panel 9: Falls in French literature Chair: Robert Segal Áine Larkin, University of Aberdeen ‘Stumbles and Falls in Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu’ Steven Wilson, Queen’s University, Belfast ‘Fallen and Redeemed: Rewriting the Magdalene Myth in Nineteenth-Century French Narratives of Prostitution’ Ben Sherlock, Independent Scholar ‘Baudelaire’s “On the Essence of Laughter” and the narrative of the Biblical Fall’ 16.30-16.40 - Coffee break 16.40-18.05 - Panel 10: Milton II Chair: Syrithe Pugh Helen Lynch, University of Aberdeen ‘Falling Masonry and the Redemption of Public Speech: Reading Milton through Hannah Arendt’ Tzachi Zamir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem ‘An Anatomy of Gratitude in Paradise Lost’ David Currell, American University of Beirut ‘Some Versions of Paradise Lost: Remembering Milton through American Pastoral’ 19.00 – Conference Dinner for delegates


Fall Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
An International Workshop, 18–19 June 2014
Divinity Library, King’s College, University of Aberdeen
Workshop Programme
Day 1 – Wednesday 18 June 2014
8.30-9.00 Registration and coffee
9.00-9.15 Formal welcome: Professor John Morrison, Head of the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy, University of Aberdeen
9.15-10.30 Keynote speaker: Professor Michael Stone, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
10.30-10.40 Coffee break
10.40-12.05 - Panel 1: Greek and Roman Falls
Chair: Ralph O’Connor
            Erlend MacGillivray, University of Aberdeen
                         ‘Fall Narra! tives in Greek and Roman Philosophy’
            Sam Newington, University of Aberdeen
                          ‘The “katabasis” of Titans and Giants’
            Syrithe Pugh, University of Aberdeen
                          ‘The Politics of the Fall in Spenser’s Mutabilitie Cantos
12.05-13.45 - Lunch
13.45-14.40 - Panel 2: Falls in Philosophy
Chair: Erlend MacGillivray
            Giovanni Gellera, University of Glasgow
                         ‘Philosophical Fall in Reformed scholasticism’
            Martin Sticker, University of St Andrews
                          ‘The Fall of the Common Agent: Kant on Rationalising and
                          Corruption’
14.40! -15.00 Coffee break
15.00-15.55 - Panel 3: Milton I
Chair: Helen Lynch
            Ralph O’Connor, University of Aberdeen
                         ‘Of Demons and Dinosaurs: Some Nineteenth-Century
                          Theologies of Deep Time’
            Robert Segal, University of Aberdeen
                           ‘Hell and Paradise for Milton: Physical Places and States of
                           Mind’
15.55-16.15 - Coffee break and the Snake Cake
16.15-17.50 - Panel 4: Corporeal and Vocal Falls
Chair: Áine Larkin
            Emilyn Claid, University of Roehampton
                            ‘CAN I LET YOU FALL?’
            Emma Cocker, No! ttingham Trent University, and Clare Thornton,
            Independent Artist
                             ‘The Italic I
            Kristin Borgehed, University of Aberdeen
                              ‘Folk Song Falls’
17.50-18.20 Drinks Reception at the Divinity Library
18.30 – Dinner for delegates
Day 2 Thursday 19 June 2014
8.30-9.00 – Coffee
9.00-09.55 - Panel 5: The Upside of the Fall
Chair: Zohar Hadromi-Allouche
            Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer, University of Aberdeen
                               ‘Fall as Ascent: The exegesis of Gen 3-4 and 6.1-4 in Gnostic
                                tradition’
          �! � Emily Caddick Bourne, Birkbeck, University of London
                               ‘The concept of redemption’
9.55-10.50 - Panel 6: Cinematic Falls
Chair: Benjamin Sherlock
            Brian Murdoch, University of Stirling
                                 ‘Beyond the Blue Lagoon: Some Popular Reflections of the
                                   Fall’
            Leigh Clayton, University of Aberdeen
                                 ‘The Difficulties of Being Human: The Fall in Screwball
                                 Comedy and Film Noirs’
10.50-11.05 - Coffee break
11.05-12.00 – Panel 7: Islam
Chair: Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer
            Zohar Hadromi-Allouche, University of Aberdeen
                                ‘The divine, Satanic, human baby: Abd al-Ḥārith and other
                                Near-Eastern newborns’
            Marianna Klar, SOAS, London
                                  ‘An Exploration of the Qur’ānic Fall of Iblīs in the Wider
                                  Context of Sūrat al-Kahf’
12.00-13.30 - Lunch
13.30-14.55 - Panel 8: Poetics
Chair: Sam Newington
            Beth Dodd, STETS
                                    ‘Thomas Traherne - Doctrine, Poetics and Affection: An
                                    Account of the Fall’
            Karl O’Hanlon, University of York
                                      ‘Poetry as a fallen form: W.B. Yeats and Geoffrey Hill’
            Ayse Temiz, Independent Scholar
                                      ‘“Each the Other’s World Entire”: Monadology and
                                      Post-Apocalyptic Nomadism’
14.55-15.05 - Coffee break
15.05-16.30 Panel 9: Falls in French literature
Chair: Robert Segal
            Áine Larkin, University of Aberdeen
                                     ‘Stumbles and Falls in Proust’s À la recherche du temps
                                      perdu

            Steven Wilson, Queen’s University, Belfast
                                     ‘Fallen and Redeemed: Rewriting the Magdalene Myth
                                     in Nineteenth-Century French Narratives of Prostitution’
            Ben Sherlock, Independent Scholar
                                     ‘Baudelaire’s “On the Essence of Laughter” and the
                                     narrative of the Biblical Fall’
16.30-16.40 - Coffee break
16.40-18.05 - Panel 10: Milton II
Chair: Syrithe Pugh
            Helen Lynch, University of Aberdeen
                                   ‘Falling Masonry and the Redemption of Public Speech:
                                    Reading Milton through Hannah Arendt’
            Tzachi Zamir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
                                     ‘An Anatomy of Gratitude in Paradise Lost
            David Currell, American University of Beirut
                                     ‘Some Versions of Paradise Lost: Remembering Milton
                                      through American Pastoral
19.00 – Conference Dinner for delegates

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