9th Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World
3-6 January 2022, Athens, Greece
Program (Athens Local Time)
(Note: each presentation includes at least 10 minutes for questions and discussions if available)
Monday 3 January 2022
Opening and Welcoming Remarks:
- Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER
- David Philip Wick, Director, Arts, Humanities and Education Division, ATINER & Retired Professor of History, Gordon College, USA
Amanda Kline, Assistant Professor, Otterbein University, USA.
Title: Women of the United States National Park Service: An Oral History Fine Art Film.
Gennadiy Chernov, Associate Professor, University of Regina, Canada.
Title: Populism, Media and the Public Sphere in Italy.
Khadidiatou Diallo, Associate Professor, University Gaston Berger, Senegal.
Title: The Excision of Desire: Female Genital Mutilation in Alice Walker’s Possessing the Secret of Joy.
Emese Boksay Pap, Lecturer, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary.
Title: Give me a Place to stand on and I Will Move the World-Contribution to the Debate on Adopting ELF Principles in Teaching EFL.
Thomas Bisiani, Adjunct Professor, University of Trieste, Italy.
Vittoria Umani, PhD Candidate, University of Trieste, Italy.
Title: Geography, Infrastructure and Architecture. From the Immaterial Scenes of the Arts to the Physical Space of the American City.
Lana Kazkaz, PhD Student, Ramon Llull University, Spain.
Miriam Diez Bosch, Professor, Ramon Llull University, Spain.
Title: Media Speech on Atheism A Study Case in Arabic Channels’ Talk Shows.
Radmila Janicic, Professor, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Title: Social Responsibility through Arts.
Allen Reichert, Librarian, Otterbein University, USA.
Title: The Lists of Sei Shōnagon; or, How an Ancient Japanese Court Lady Takes Lists on a Distinctive Turn.
Amy Johnson, Associate Professor, Otterbein University, USA.
Title: From Urban “Pesthole” to Urban Picturesque: White Women and Perceptions of the City at the Turn οf the Twentieth Century.
Michael Mazur, Head, North Texas Performing Arts Academy, USA.
Title: Why We Tell the Story: The Modern Need for Aristotelian Tragedy to Facilitate Civil Discourse in a Divided Society.
Karen Large, Assistant Professor, Florida State University, USA.
Stephanie Sickler, Assistant Professor, Florida State University, USA.
Title: The Influence of Music on Users’ Perceptions of the Built Environment.
David Philip Wick, Director, Arts, Humanities and Education Division, ATINER & Retired Professor of History, Gordon College, USA.
Title: The Figurines and the Fear of Philip – A Glimpse or Two at the Key Crisis Moments When Greeks Invited Rome into the Aegean, and the Ancient Play between Urban Identity Politics and Pop Culture Art.
Franz Christian Schneider, Associate Professor, Parsons School for Design, USA.
Title: From Design Thinking to Designing Inclusive Collaborations.
Tuesday 4 January 2022
08:00-10:00 Urban Walk
Carlo Artemi, Retired Worker, Ministry of Education, Italy.
Title: An Idea for Interior of Martian House.
Jayoung Che, Visiting Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea.
Title: Non-Objective Criterion of ‘Defamation by Publicly Alleging Facts’ in Korea’s Current Criminal Law.
Michael Michael, Professor, Yonsei University, South Korea.
Title: Interpreting Dragons: A Threefold Perspective.
Adrian Estrela Pereira, PhD Student, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.
Ekaterina Konopleva, Professor, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil.
Jehan Alghneimin, PhD Student, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.
Nicole Kasbary, PhD Student, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.
Title: Musical Instruments’ African-Based Studies: The Application of the Afro-Brazilian knowledge to study non-African-based Musical Instruments.
Peter Baur, Associate Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Title: Exploring the Relationship between the Performance of the Global Financial Markets and Art Market Sentiment.
Andrada Florian, PhD Student, West University of Timisoara, Romania.
Title: The Under-evaluation of National Heritage Monuments by National/Local Art Authorities.
Mario Savini, Adjunct Professor, University of Camerino, Italy.
Title: Music from the Rubble. Creativity as a Tool for the Promotion and Enhancement of Earthquake-Hit Areas.
Gazala Gayas Wani, Associate Professor, Cluster University Srinagar, India.
Title: Utopians and Revolutionary: A Comparative study of P.B Shelley and Archibald Lampman.
Mbali Khoza, Lecturer, Rhodes University, South Africa.
Title: Multi-Modes of Erasure: An Analysis of the Art History and Visual Culture Curriculum.
Katerina Gotsi, Researcher, Centre for Scientific Dialogue and Research, Cyprus.
Margarita Ioannou, Researcher, Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, Cyprus
Title: Nomads, Adventure Seekers and (Non Desperate) Housewives: Female Travel Bloggers in Cyprus.
Marta Miquel-Baldellou, Researcher, University of Lleida, Spain.
Title: From Margo Channing to Margaret Elliot: The Aging Actress, Age Performance, and the Dictates of Aging in Joseph Mankiewicz’s All about Eve and Stuart Hesiler’s the Star.
Kelly Kirby, Department Chair and Assistant Professor, Moore College of Art & Design, USA.
Title: Fostering Engagement and Collaborative Learning in Class through Practicing Inclusive Pedagogies.
Omar Roy, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina, USA.
Title: Immanent Narrative in Franz Liszt’s Vallée d’Obermann.
Wednesday 5 January 2022 Educational Islands Cruise
Thursday 6 January 2022 Delphi Tour