Biopoetics. Constructions of Life in Literature and Theory

A Conference organized by the Association for the General Studies of Literature Research Group, Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies

 

1st–2nd June 2017.
Venue: ELTE, Múzeum krt. 4.
Building A, Main Conference Room (Room 039)

 

Thursday 1st June
10:00–10:15 Welcome and Introduction
Gábor Boros, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Humanities
Zoltán Kulcsár-Szabó, Head of the Department of Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies

10:15–11:20 Opening Lecture
Chair: Zoltán Kulcsár–Szabó
10:15 Vittoria Borsò (Düsseldorf): Bio–Poetics and the Dynamic Multiplicity of Bíos: How Literature Challenges the Politics, Economics and Sciences of Life
11:00–11:20 Discussion
11:20–11:50 Coffee Break

11:50–12:50 Session I
Chair: Attila Simon
11:50 Susanne Strätling (München): Biophilologie und der Stoffwechsel der Literatur
12:10 Jessica Ullrich (Erlangen ‒ Nürnberg): Bio–Ästhetik. Die Erschaffung von Leben in der Gegenwartskunst
12:30–12:50 Discussion
12:50–14:30 Lunch

14:30–16:20 Session II
Chair: Csongor Lőrincz
14:30 Attila Simon (Budapest): Der Mensch und die anderen politischen Lebewesen bei Aristoteles
14:50 Hajnalka Halász (Berlin): Der Mensch, das sich selbst (v)erkennende Tier. Herder und Nietzsche
15:10 Zoltán Kulcsár–Szabó (Budapest): Austins Tiere
15:30–16:00 Discussion
16:00–16:30 Coffee Break

16:30–18:00 Session III
Chair: Georg Witte
16:30 Csongor Lőrincz (Berlin): „Das Tier, das versprechen darf”. Performativität und Physiologie
16:50 Jenny Willner (München): Freuds Amoebae. On the Resignification of Life in Beyond the Pleasure Principle
17:10–17:30 Discussion
19:00 Dinner

Friday 2nd June
10.00–11.00 Keynote Lecture
Chair: Gábor Tamás Molnár
10.00 Dario Martinelli (Kaunas): The non-human animal vs. the non-animal human: dynamics and paradoxes of a false problem
10.45–11.00 Discussion
11.00–11.30 Coffee Break

11:30–13:00 Session IV
Chair: Gábor Tamás Molnár
11:30 Petar Bojanic (Belgrade): Institution and Life as an Institution
11:50 Roland Végső (Lincoln, USA): Towards a Poetics of Worldlessness
12:10 Tibor Bónus (Budapest): „La vie en se retirant” ‒ L’agonie de la grand-mère dans la Recherche de Marcel Proust
12:30–13:00 Discussion
13:00–14:30 Lunch

14:30–16:30 Session V
Chair: Susanne Strätling
14:30 Ábel Tamás (Budapest): Tierstimmen in Ovids Metamorphosen
14:50 Georg Witte (Berlin): Das theriomorphe Gesicht
15:10 Tamás Lénárt (Budapest): Von Mäusen und Menschen. Zu einem bio-poetischen Paradigma
15:30 Gábor Tamás Molnár (Budapest): Towards a Literary Entomology: Insects, Order and Poetry in William Gass
15:50–16:30 Discussion
16:30 Closing Remarks
Attila Simon

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