Program HUM

9th Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World
3-6 January 2022, Athens, Greece
Tentative Program (Athens Local Time)
(Note: each presentation includes at least 10 minutes for questions and discussions if available)


Monday 3 January 2022

10.30-11.30
Registration


10.30-11.00
Opening and Welcoming Remarks:


11.00-11.30

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.


11:30-12:00
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.


12:00-12:30
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.


12:30-13:00
Kelly Devrome, Assistant Professor, Zayed University, UAE.
Title: Esoteric Marks and Veils: The Potential of Form in Contemporary Drawing Practice.


13:00-13:30
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.


13:30-14:00
Katerina Gotsi
, Researcher, Centre for Scientific Dialogue and Research, Cyprus.
Title: Nomads, Adventure Seekers and (Non Desperate) Housewives: Female Travel Bloggers in Cyprus.


14:00-15:00 Lunch


15:00-15:30
Mbali Khoza
, Lecturer, Rhodes University, South Africa.
Title: Multi-Modes of Erasure: An Analysis of the Art History and Visual Culture Curriculum. 


15:30-16:00
Lana Kazkaz, PhD Student, Ramon Llull University, Spain.
Title: Media Speech on Atheism A Study Case in Arabic Channels’ Talk Shows.  


16:00-16:30
Rob Anderson, Professor, Boston Architectural College and University of Maine at Augusta, USA.
Title: Re-Framing Architecturally Invented Traditions in the Creation of History. 


16:30-17:00
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. 


17:00-17:30
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. 


17:30-18:00
Omar Roy, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina, USA.
Title: Immanent Narrative in Franz Liszt’s Vallée d’Obermann. 


18:00-18:30
Franz Christian Schneider, Associate Professor, Parsons School for Design, USA.
Title: From Design Thinking to Designing Inclusive Collaborations. 


20:30-22:30
Greek Night


Tuesday 4 January 2022

08:00-11:00 Urban Walk


11:30-12:00
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12:00-12:30
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12:30-13:00
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13:00-13:30
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13:30-14:00
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14:00-14:30
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14:30-15:00 Lunch


15:00-15:30
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15:30-16:00
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16:00-16:30
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16:30-17:00
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17:00-17:30
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17:30-18:00
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20:00-21:30
Dinner


Wednesday 5 January 2022
Educational Islands Cruise

Thursday 6 January 2022
Delphi Tour