Fourth Undergraduate Anglo-American Literature Conference: Fairy Tales Conference Programme

Fourth Undergraduate Conference on Anglo-American Literature:
April 12th, 2014 – Saturday

9:00 - 09:30 Registration

09.3009.45  Welcome Notes by Dean (Faculty of Humanities and Letters) and Chair (ELIT) Prof. Dr. Talat S. Halman (C Block Auditorium)
09.45 – 10.00 Introductory speech by Meryem Tuğba Pekşen (ELIT IV)

10.00 -10.45 Panel: Roots of Fairy Tales (C Block Auditorium)
Burak ŞenelTOBB University of Economics and Technology - “Truth Unedited: Grimm Brothers and their Not-So-Fairy Tales”

Uğur Portakal - Boğaziçi University – “Problematic of the Tail: Physical Transformation and its Function in Fairy Tales”

Chair: Deniz Yılmaz (AMER II)

10.45 - 11.00  Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.00 Panel: Analysis of Female Characters in a Misogynistic World (C Block Auditorium)
Elif Dilge Dinçer - Doğuş University - “The Latent Soul-Shattering Reality of ‘Twelve Dancing Princesses’ In Jeanette Winterson’s ‘Sexing the Cherry”

Melike Başak Yalçın - Middle East Technical University - “Exploring the Gender: A Symbolic Story: a Child’s Becoming a Girl

Gizem Aydın - TOBB University of Economics and Technology - “A Feminist Approach to “Little Red Riding Hood” as “The Werewolf” by Angela Carter”

Chair: Dilara Elbir (AMER II)

12.00 – 13.45 LUNCH BREAK

13.45- 14.45 Panel: Interpretation of Gender Roles in Fairy Tales (C Block Auditorium)
Samet Söylemez - Middle East Technical University – “Compulsory Direction”
Yasemin Erdoğan - Bilkent Laboratory & International School – “Gender Stereotypes and False Expectations in Fairytales”
Gözde Öncil - İD Bilkent Univesity – “An Issue of Feminism: Female Subordination and Stereotypes in Fairy Tales”

Chair: M. Cavid Barkçin (AMER I)


14.45 – 15.00 Coffee Break

15.00 – 15.45 Panel: Media and Consumerism (C Block Auditorium)
Monika Manişak - Ege University" - The Disney Spell: Children’s Distorted Imagination through Contemporary Fairy Tales
Ceyda Kaçar - Ege University - “Fairy Tales as a Temptation”

Chair: Yiğit Sümer (AMER I)
15.45 - 16.45 Panel: Reinterpretation of Fairy Tales (C Block Auditorium)
Ecem Duygu Mimoglu - Bilkent Laboratory & International School - “Disney Fairy Tales

Taylan Paksoy - Ege University - “A Saga of American Modernity: HBO TV Series Carnivàle and the Phantasm within It”

Hakan Serkan Demir - Celal Bayar University - “Rewriting and Transforming a Fairytale: Three different versions of Sandman
Chair: Ahmet Can Vargün (ELIT IV)

16.45 – 17.45 Panel: Thought-Provoking Views
Leyla Akay - Bilkent Laboratory & International School – “Brains Bones and Bread: The Neuroscience of Fairy Tales”

Ardacan Özdemir - Doğuş University – “The Fairy As The Giver of Order: A Comparative Review Of Percy Bysshe Shelley's Queen Mab”

Selen Ercan - Bilkent Laboratory & International School – “The Grotesque in Literature - Beauty and the Beast to The Frog Prince

Chair: Dilara Bozkurt (ELIT IV)


17.45– 18.00     Coffee Break

18.00– 19.00 Panel: Fairy Tales Regarding East and Middle East (C Block Auditorium)
Yeliz Turan Yunusoğlu - Middle East Technical University - “The Story of Princess Budur Staying in the Shadow of The Tale of Qamar al-Zaman

Enver Yunusoğlu - Middle East Technical University - Shahmaran:  the Queen of Serpents Terminating the Hegemonic Male Dominance

Tarık Ziyad Gülcü - Ankara University - “Western Colonial Outlook on India: Rudyard Kipling’s The Potted Princess as a Fairy Tale

Chair: İpek Çakaloz (ELIT IV)

Certificate Ceremony

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