Τετάρτη, 5 Σεπτεμβρίου 2018

From Homer to Hatzi-Yavrouda Aspects of Oral Narration in the Greek Tradition



29-30 September

From Homer to Hatzi-Yavrouda
Aspects of Oral Narration in the Greek Tradition

International conference arranged by The Danish Institute in collaboration with The University of Athens and with the support of The Carlsberg foundation.
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME
Saturday
9.00 Welcome
9.15-10.00 General keynote: Michalis Meraklis, What is orality?
Panel 1 Ancient Greece
10.00-10.45 Keynote: Minna Skafte Jensen, The arch narrative: Homeric epics
10.45-11.15: Discussion
11.15-11.45: Coffee break 
11.45-12.05: Ioannis M. Konstantakos, Homeric epic and the Archaic Ionian novella 
12.05-12.25: Christos Zafiropoulos, University of Athens, The philosopher Socrates and the mythologos Aesop
12.25-12.45: Liqiong Yang, The interrelationship between the written treatises and oral delivery in the Hippocratic Corpus 
12.45-13.05: Sophia Papaioannou, University of Athens, Greek oral narrations and Roman imperial history 
13.05-13.35: Discussion
Lunch break
Panel 2 After Antiquity – Byzantium and post-Byzantium
15.00-15.45: Keynote: Tina Lendari, University of Athens
15.45-16.05: Stratis Papaioannou, Brown University, USA/University of Crete, Orality and Textuality in the Byzantine Literary Tradition 
16.05-16.25: Carolina Cupane, Orality, Aurality and the emergence of Byzantine Vernacular Literature
16.25-16.55: Discussion
16.55-17.20: Coffee break
17.20-17.40: Markéta Kulhánková, Masaryk University Brno, Byzantine Edifying Stories between Orality and Literacy 
17.40-18.00: Nicolette S. Trahoulia, Deree College – The American College of Greece, Looking for Traces of Orality in Byzantine Illustrated Manuscripts 
18.00-18.20: Andrew Walker White, George Mason University POST-CLASSICAL ‘ORALITURE’: THOUGHTS ON THE DRAMATIC SCHOLIA AS REGIEBUCH 
18.20-18.35: Discussion
19.30-20.30: Live performance of The Odyssey by Hugh Lupton and Daniel Morden in the Garden of The British School at Athens
Sunday
Panel 3 Modern Greek tales, etc. 
9.00-9.45 Keynote: Carl Lindahl, University of Houston
9.45-10.05: Marianthi Kaplanoglou, University of Athens, Storytelling and the organization of village life in certain Greek insular communities 
10.05-10.25: Dimitris V. Prousalis, Once upon a time there was a storyteller: Past and present of orality and transmission under the identity of the human element 
10.25-10.55: Discussion
10.55-11.30: Coffee break
11.30-11.50: Birgit Olsen, Danish Institute at Athens, Hatzi-Yavrouda and the craft of storytelling 
11.50-12.10: Despina Damianou, Greek oecotype ATU 433B*. From Yavrouda to Tsirogles
12.10-12.30: Argyro E. Mountaki, Intermediators, collectors and the unknown sources in the 19th century 
12.30-12.50: Stamatis Zochios, The legend as fact in Greek and European traditions: structures and functions of the supernatural folk beliefs 
12.50-13.20: Discussion
Lunch break
15.00-15.20: Vassiliki Chryssanthopoulou, University of Athens. Personal Narratives of Traumatic Experiences: From Oral Narratives to Websites 
15.20-15.40: Giorgos Katsadoros and Ioanna Kafetzidaki, Aegean University, The Mantinades (Couplets) of Karpathos on the Internet and their Reception among Local Student Population 
15.40-16.00: Evy Johanne Håland, Fieldwork and Ancient Sources: A Comparative Method 
16.00 -16.20: Manolis Varvounis and Georgios Kouzas, Orality and Contemporary Society: Analyzing the Form and the Structure of Social Commentations (Gossips) in a Modern Greek Community 
16.20-16.40: Discussion
16.40-17.10: Coffee break
17.10-18.10: Concluding discussion