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List of Papers to be Presented
This list includes only those who have registered for the conference (i.e. those who have paid the registration fee). It does not include those who have received an acceptance letter but who have not yet sent in their registration form. The list will be updated weekly. This current version was produced on 31 May 2023.
  1. Melis Agabigum, Assistant Professor, Western Michigan University, USA.
    Title: Contemporary Art Jewellery with Printmaking Techniques.
  2. Zerrin Agabigum Martin, PhD Candidate, University of Florida, USA.
    Title: Historically Informed Choral Pedagogical Tools and Exercises: A Practical Guide to Teaching Handel’s Messiah.
  3. Maha Alatawi, Assistant Professor, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.
    Title: Therapy in David Ireland’s Cyprus Avenue.
  4. Michael Allen, Professor, East Tennessee State University, USA.
    Title: Gandhi and Hegel on Civilization.
  5. Lynne Audrey Armitage, Associate Professor, Bond University, Australia.
    Johari Hussein Nassor Amar, Lecturer, Bond University, Australia.
    Daniel O’Hare, Associate Professor, Bond University, Australia.
    Title: Built Heritage Management Systems: Australia and Germany Compared. 
  6. Maria-Irini Avgoulas, Academic Member & Cultural Counselling and Consultancy, Australia.
    Rebecca Fanany, Senior Lecturer, CQUniversity, Australia.
    Title: The Greek Language in Diaspora: Perception’s Across Three Generations of Greek Australian Woman.
  7. Paulo Bernardino Bastos, Associate Professor, University of Aveiro, Portugal.
    Maria Manuela Lopes, Adjunct Professor, Porto School of Education, Portugal.
    Title: Artists Teaching Artists – The Endless Task of Learning., Portugal.
  8. Peter Baur, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
    Title: Using a Mentoring Program to Assist Practitioners within the Visual and Performing Arts to Facilitate Small Business Development within South Africa.
  9. Tamara Bodor, Assistant Professor, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
    Title: Life Path of Gvido Saganić, a Croatian Emmigrant.
  10. Nathan Bowman, Assistant Professor, Benedictine College, USA.
    Title: Classical Continuity: Tragedy and Revolution in the Greek Nation-State.
  11. Abigail Bradford, PhD Candidate, University of Virginia, USA.
    Title: Πυθαύλης: The Stele of L. Kornelios Korinthos and the Evolution of Auletic Contests in Ancient Greece.
  12. Chloe Bradwell, PhD Student, University of Exeter, UK.
    Title: Creating from Embodied Memories: an Example of Distanced-practice in Care Home during COVID-19.
  13. Dwayne Brenna, Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
    Title: All Hell Broke Loose.
  14. Peter Brewer, Associate Professor, Barry University, USA.
    Title: Jazz Music Under Dictatorship: Does It Sound Different?
  15. Francesca Cecarini, Professor, Macerata Academy of Fine Arts, Italy.
    Title: Light Art as a Tool for Enhancing and Redeveloping an Urban Space.
  16. Sandra Guerreiro Dias, Researcher/Invited Assistant Professor, Universidade de Coimbra/Instituto Politécnico de Beja, Portugal.
    Title: Performative Poetry and Perceptual Corporeality in Salette Tavares.
  17. Dennis Christilles, Associate Professor, The University of Kansas, USA.
    Title: The Inner Workings of the Mind: The Mono-dramas of Andreas Flourakis.
  18. Noah Christilles, Lecturer, University of Franche-Comté, France.
    Title: Warnings from the Past: Giraudoux, Troy, and a Lion at the Gates.
  19. Marla Fogderud, Associate Professor, Northern State University, USA.
    Title: The Origin of the Norwegian Compositional Voice: Halfdan Kjerulf.
  20. Danni Gilbert, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, USA.
    Briana Nannen, Assistant Professor, Marshall University, USA.
    Susan Cogdill Vollbrecht, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music, University of Wyoming, USA.
    Title: “Why on Earth Did They Hire a Woman for This Job?” Faculty Opportunities for Advancement in Higher Education Music Settings: A Mixed Methods Study.
  21. Dena Gilby, Walter J. Manninen Endowed Chair for Art History, Endicott College, USA.
    Title: Classical Myth, Renaissance Interpretation, and Contemporary Art: Women Artists and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus.
  22. Allyson Glenn, Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
    Title: Myths Re-Visited through Visual Arts:Can Old Stories Guide us to a More Sustainable Society?
  23. Gabriela Hristova, Associate Professor, University of Michigan-Flint, USA.
    Erin Colwitz, Associate Professor, Northern Michigan University, USA.
    Title: Context and Cultural Appropriation in the Performance of African American Spirituals.
  24. Phil Kafcaloudes, Researcher, La Trobe University, Australia.
    Title: Going English: Anglicisation of Names in Greek Migrant Communities in Australia.
  25. Yoonkyung Kim, Assistant Professor, University of Houston, USA.
    Title: Re-inscribing History.
  26. Mark Konewko, Professor, Marquette University, USA.
    Title: Synchronization: Social Cohesion through Place-Based Music.
  27. Sofia Koukia, PhD Student, Binghamton University, UK.
    Title: Seeing Beyond: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Approach to the Politics of the Cinematic Gaze.
  28. Billie Lepczyk, Professor, Virginia Tech University, USA.
    Title: Student Perceptions of the Value of Floorplans as a Tool for Dance-Making.
  29. Hsin-Yuan Li, PhD Student, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
    Title: From History to Future: A Case Study of Historical Education Promotion and Cultural Heritage Conservation at Tainan East Gate Barclay Memorial Church.
  30. Eva Loreng, Assistant Professor, Central University of Gujarat, India.
    Title: Diaspora, Display of Cultural Connect and Impact on Foreign Relations of the Home State.
  31. Punam Madhok, Associate Professor, East Carolina University, USA.
    Title: The Multifarious Temple Art of Jayavarman VII and the French Orientalist Interest in Cambodia.
  32. Ammarin Pimnoo, Manager, Thaicom Public Company Ltd., Thailand.
    Settapong Malisuwan, Chairman, The Excellence Center of Space Technology and Research (ECSTAR), Asia Aviation and Space Academy (AASA), King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) Thailand.
    Title: ECSTAR’s Earth Observation Research Initiative for World Heritage Site Preservation: A Case Study of the Ayutthaya Historical Park in Thailand.
  33. Mark Pompelia, Visual + Material Resource Librarian, Rhode Island School of Design, USA.
    Title: Material Order: A Discovery Group and Shared Catalogue for Materials Collections.
  34. Guiqiang Qiao, Senior Lecturer, Zhejiang International Studies University, China.
    Zhouying Yuan, Professor, Zhejiang International Studies University, China .
    Sijia Zhou, Professor, Zhejiang International Studies University, China.
    Title: Understanding the Resilience of Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Life Story Analysis of a Traditional Tea Master in China. (CUL)
  35. P. Gibson Ralph, Associate Professor and Chair, State University of New York at Brockport, USA.
    Title: From Where They Sat: A Proposed Approach to Script Analysis Based Upon the Audience Experience for which the Script Was Intended.
  36. Elena Rovenko, Researcher, Strasbourg University, France.
    Title: On the Role of Classic Music as an “Interpretant” in the Semantic Structure of a Film (Claude Chabrol’s Les Cousins.
  37. Aparna Satheesh Kurup, PhD Student, Masaryk University, Czech Republic.
    Title: The City Flirted with These People, Making All Give and Give Up”: Representing a Collective Memory of Indian Migrants Residing in Dubai Using Deepak Unnikrishnan’s Temporary People and Krishnadas’ Dubai Puzha.
  38. Samuel Seaman, Professor, Pepperdine University, USA.
    Title: Personality and Musical Preferences: A Mathematical Valuation of Art.
  39. Bulent Sezgin, Associate Professor, Bahcesehir University, Turkey.
    Title: Instrumentalizing Game Theory, Gamification and Creative Drama in Dramaturgy and Textual Analysis of a Theater Text.
  40. Sahoko Timpone, Assistant Professor, Florida State University, USA.
    Title: The Impact of Classic Literature on Berlioz’s two African Queens: History and Comparative Analysis of Cleopatra in Cantata Cléopâtre and Dido in Opera Les Troyens.
  41. Chris Turner, Assistant Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University, USA.
    Title: An Analysis of the Synthesis of Painting, Poetry, and Performance in Le Travail du Peintre by Francis Poulenc.
  42. Kristin Van den Buys, Professor, Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, Belgium.
    Lulu Aertgeerts, Head of Musical, Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, Belgium.
    Title: The Creative Process of Developing an Original Dramaturgical Concept and Designing a Musical Theatre Performance Embedded in Global Citizenship.
  43. Susannah Van Horn, Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, USA.
    Title: Perks of a Preservice Art Education Teaching Experience.
  44. David Philip Wick, Retired Professor of History, Gordon College, USA.
    Title: Athens, Philip V, and the Tanagra Figurines as (‘Home-Kitsch’) Performance Art – A Look at Some Largely Unnoticed Clues to Ancient Personal-Urban Identity in the Hellenistic-Roman Mediterranean … an Unexpected By-product of the Greek (and Athenian) Effort to Draw Rome into the Aegean.