제3차 한국영미문학페미니즘학회 국제학술대회 "Feminist Literary Studies: Gender, Culture, and Creativity." 20-22 June, 2005
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                              [The 3rd FSEL International Conference]
                                 Feminist Literary Studies:
                                 Gender, Culture, and Creativity

                 Time: 20-22 June, 2005
                                 Place: Posco Building, Rm. 451
                                 Ewha Womans University

20 June 2005, Monday

09:30 - 10:30     WW05 Conference Opening Ceremony
10:30 - 12:00     WW05 Conference Plenary Lecture
12:00 - 13:00     Lunch
13:00 - 14:30     Panel 1: Gender/ Nation/ Sexuality
                   Moderator: Odine de Guzman (Univ. of Philippines, Philippines)

        * Women’s Freedom Discourse in the 21st Century Turkish Novel
                (Olcay Canbulat, EgeUniv., Turkey)
        * The Making of Memsahibs: Colonialism Education, Fiction and Sexuality in Kenya
                (Kenneth O. Nyangena, Egerton Univ., Kenya)
        * When the Silenced Speak, the Healing Begins: Traumatic Experiences of Filipino Women during the Japanese Occupation
                (Naida J. Rivera, Univ. of Philippines, Philippines)
        * Gender of the Text: Oh Jung-hee, Choe Yun, and Lee In-sung
                 (Yoon-jin Hur, Sogang Univ., Korea)

14:30 - 16:00     Panel 2: Reading Landscapes: Asian American Women Writers' Representation of Environmental Issues
                   Moderator: Teruyo Ueki (Kobe Women's Univ., Japan)

        * On Karen Tei Yamashita's Brazil-Maru
                Mizuho Murayama (Aichi Prefectural University, Japan)
        * On Ruth Ozeki's My Year of Meats and All Over Creation
                Teruyo Ueki (Kobe Women's University, Japan)
        * On Cynthia Kadohata's In the Heart of the Valley of Love
                Mie Hihara (Kyoto Women's University, Japan)
        * On Two Vietnamese Writers, Le Ly Hayslip and Lan Cao
                Mitsu Yoshida (Matsuyama University, Japan)
        * Commentator: Kyoko Nozaki (Kyoto Sangyou University, Japan)

16:00 - 17:30     Panel 3: Contemporary Korean Women's Writing
                   Moderator: Gui-Woo Lee (Seoul Women's Univ., Korea)
        
        * Feminist Writing as a Social Criticism:  The Case of Goh Jung Hee
                (So-Hee Lee, Hanyang Women's College, Korea)    
        * The Construction of Female Subjects represented in the Autobiographical
                Novels by Korean Women Writers
                (Eunsook Koo, Chongju Univ., Korea)        
        * That Fierce Inner Struggle: The Journals of Sylvia Plath and Jeon Hyerin
                (Jeom Suk Yeon, Kyunghee Univ., Korea)                
        * Bright Moonlight Filling Empty Mountains: Representations of Hwang Jin-Yi in North and South Korea
                 (Jinim Park, Pyong-Taek Univ., Korea)        


21 June 2005, Tuesday

09:00 - 10:30     WW05 Conference Plenary Lecture
10:30 - 12:00     Panel 4: Women Writing 38' South: Outback, Out of Sight
                   Moderator: Lara Fergus (Victoria Univ., Australia)

        * Appreciating the Power of Women's Writing, East and West
                (Sussan Khadem, Victoria Univ., Australia)
        * Southerly Orientation: Australian Writes Indian Novel
                (Christine Gillespie, Victoria Univ., Australia)
        * Reclaiming Magick: Feminist Fiction Challenging a Culture of Terror
                (Lisa Pizaro, Victoria Univ., Australia)
        * Elsewhere in Every Country: Locating Lesbian Writing
                (Lara Fergus, Victoria Univ., Australia)

12:00 - 13:00     LUNCH
13:00 - 14:30     Invited Speaker's Lecture: Nora Okja Keller
                         “Writing from the Womb, Mothering the Story”

                                 Place: Posco Building B152
                                 Moderator: So-Hee Lee
                                            (Hanyang Women’s College, Korea)                                

14:30 - 16:00     Panel 5: Nora Okja Keller's Comfort Woman
                   Moderator: Hyungji Park (Yonsei Univ., Korea)

        * Embracing the Earth: the East and the West in Keller's Comfort Woman
                (Teckyoung Kwon, Kyunghee Univ., Korea)  
        * Cultural Translation of the East to the West in Nora Okja Keller's Novels
                (Seiwoong Oh, Rider Univ., USA)
        * Changing the Ending? Diasporan Narratives and Women's Story Telling        
                (Sung-Ae Lee, Macquarie Univ., Australia)

16:00 - 17:30     Panel 6: War, Violence, and Woman
                   Moderator: Kyung-Sook Shin (Yonsei Univ., Korea)

        * Redefining the Colonial Past through Women's Voice in Yoon JeongMo's Mom's Name was Chosen Pee and Nora Okja Keller's Comfort Woman
                (Jooyoung Park, Soonchunhyung Univ., Korea)    
        * Figuring Violence on the Feminine in Korean Literary Nationalism
                (Joewon Yoon, Sangji Univ., Korea)  
        * The Korean War, Trauma, and Female Form of Memory: Wan-Suh Park's (Re)Memory of the Korean War
                (Myungho Lee, Catholic Univ., Korea)    


22 June 2005, Wednesday

09:00 - 10:30     WW05 Conference Plenary Lecture
10:30 - 12:00     Panel 7: Asian/ American Women: Art and Activism
                   Moderator: Gayle Sato (Meiji Univ., Japan)
        
        * Re-narrating "Asia" and the Politics of Alterity: Joy Kogawa's Obasan and Nora Okja Keller's Comfort Woman
                (Rika Nakamura, Seijo Univ., Japan)
        * A Military Patriarchy Reconstructed: The Ironic Utopia of Japanese Immigrants in Karen Tei Yamashita's Brazil-Maru
                (Yukiko Terazawa, Meiji Univ., Japan)
        * Linear Versus Warped Temporality: Non-Anglo Time in Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of Orange
                (Eliko Kosaka, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
        * Commentator: Living Inter-Nationally
                (Yuko Matsukawa, Seijo Univ., Japan)

12:00 - 13:00     LUNCH
13:00 - 14:30     Panel 8: Worldwide Contemporary Women's Writing
                   Moderator: Min-Jung Kim (Ewha Womans Univ., Korea)

        * Hawaiian Women's Passage to Regaining and Establishing Voice and Self in Hawaii's Local Plays
                  (Masami Usui, Doshisha Univ., Japan)
        * Of Far Horizons and Safe Harbours: Women's Bodies and Transnational Concourse
                  (Paula Morgan, Univ. of West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago)
        * The "Liberation" of Thai Woman in Modern Thai Literature
                  (Hideki Hiramatsu, Osaka Univ., Japan)                        
        * The Mother and Lesbian Daughter Relationship in Taiwanese and British Novels
                  (Chih - Hui Fang, Exeter Univ., UK)

14:30 - 16:00     Panel 9: Gender/ Narrative/ Modernity
                                   Moderator: Hikyung Moon (Korea Univ., Korea)

        * From Myth to Modernity: The Journey of Gender Discrimination
                 (Pratibha Ray, Writer, India)
        * Mary Rowlandson as a Creator of New Genre called Indian Captivity Narrative
                 (Duckhee Shin, Millersville Univ., USA)
        * Popular Texts, Women Readers, and Women's Culture: Women's Reading Practices in Late Chosun Korea
                 (Sohyeon Park, Seoul National University, Korea)
        * Writing Trauma, Rewriting History: The Repetition of the Same Word (Tong-o-ban-bok) in Pak Wanso's Novels on the Korean War
                 (Seung-Hee Jeon, Harvard Univ., USA)

16:00 - 17:00            Annual Meeting & Closing Remarks



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