Draft Programme 2017

Friday 24th February 2017

09:30

Welcome: Farah and Jennifer (Theatre)

9:40-10:15

Christine Riding: The National Maritime Museum (Theatre)

10:30-12:00

Historical Object / Fictive Narratives (Schofield, Grub, Leister) (Theatre)

12:10-13:10

Inshore Squadron


13:15-14.30

Lunch, and a chance to look around the museum


14:30-16:00

HF in the 3D Environment (Ramsay, Horáková, Butterworth) (Theatre)

Post-colonialism and Appropriation (Kelly, Van Dam, Mangena) (Seminar Room)

16:00

Break


16:15-17:15

National Narratives and Nostalgia (Anisimovich, Keen, Felippe) (Theatre)

Seminar Room: Constructing the HF Narrative: Some ‘New’ Avenues (De Groot, Flothow, Federova) (Seminar Room)


17:30

Virginia Preston: Hearts of Oak: Telling Stories about the Royal Navy (Theatre)

18:30

Reception


Saturday 25th February 2017

09:30-11:00

Fictive Counter-Histories (Macdonald, Kavanagh, Choi) (Theatre)

Super Women in HF (Edwards, Macrury, Suwa) (Seminar Room)

11:00 break


11:12-12:45

Voices of Trauma in HF (Jayawickram, Vrecko, Lien) (Theatre)

The Reader Experience in HF (Bemben, Brown, Slugan) (Seminar Room)


13:00-13:45

Lunch and Business meeting in the Seminar Room


13:34-15:15

Historical Accounts, Altered Narratives (Dunn, Zadro, Manning) (Theatre)

Visual Art and the fictive narrative (Schröter, Lübbren, Felipe) (Seminar Room)


15:30

Michael Twitty: Dining From A Haunted Plate: Food, Memory, Writing and Creativity from the African American South (Theatre)


17:00

Museum Closes; conference moves to the bar…

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