capcelera

Transference

 

The plays Prime Time and Solitud a Stromboli continue travelling

Prime Time and Solitud a Stromboli, two plays by Núria Casado-Gual related to her research in ageing and comparative literature, continue travelling in their English and Italian translated versions. Prime Time, which opened at the 2016 SIforAGE international conference on research on ageing, has had a new staged reading in the US, with a talkback session organized by Margaret M. Gullette, one of the most prominent voices in ageing studies and the struggle against ageism. Solitud a Stromboli  (Catalunya's National Theatre, 2020) has been shown this month at Italy's main universities and cultural centres through the Ramon Llull Institute network. On December 14th a talkback session online gathered all the centres around this play, with contributions by director Imma Colomer, actor Fina Rius, and author Núria Casado-Gual.

 

New staged readings of Núria Casado-Gual's anti-ageist play Prime Time in the US

Grup Dedal-Lit participates in 2021 year's Researchers' Night with a workshop and dissemination videos

For 2021 year's edition of Researchers' Night, researchers Maricel Oró and Katerina Valentova will offer the workshop "Let's think about age through the works of Julian Barnes and Carlos Giménez", as an example of Grup Dedal-lit's work in the field of literary gerontology. Moreover, the dissemination videos resulting from the project ECAVINAR (Grup Dedal-Lit's most recent project, in coordination with Grup GESEC) will be made available through the webpage of this European event at https://researchersnight.udl.cat/la-nostra-recerca-2021/. By clicking on the link below the poster, viewers will have access to the results of the main strands of this project, devoted to the intersections between ageing, creativity and quality of life. All the videos have subtitles in English.

Online Conference ECAVINAR (Healthy Ageing, Creativity and Narrative)

03 December 2020                                                                        

 

  

  

 

 

A dramatized reading of Teresa Pàmies’s work ("La llibertat irrenunciable: viure i escriure")  Auditorio de Cappont (transferred on streaming)

 

 

The INDEST meeting "Myths about Education in the Social Sciences and the Humanities", UdL

- "Ageing Superheroes" (Katerina Valentová, March 2020)

IMG_20200311_102445

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Literary Workshops:

·         Creativity workshop based on Joan Margarit’s work, Núria Casado and Aules de la Gent Gran de La Noguera, October 2019.

·         Creative writing workshop based on Joan Margarit’s work, Núria Casado and Aula d'Extensió Universitària de Balaguer, November 28 2019.

·         Ageing, creativity and quality of life workshop, Emma Domínguez and Reading Group of the Public Library of Lleida, February 20 2020. 

.         "Let's read about experience, wisdom and quality of Life". Online workshop with one of the reading groups at Lleida's Public Library, November 26 2020.

          

             

 

 

Workshops about older people with adolescents:

·         Don’t Forget Me: Can We Help People with Dementia? Marta Gort and secondary school Lestonac pupils, Lleida, March-May 2020 https://padlet.com/marta_gortpaniello/p3z2y9u3yrwoinma

·         Ageing Superheroes… Really? Katerina Valentová and high school students of Lleida, March 11 2020 

 

         

 

Informational sessions:

·         On Joan Margarit’s Late Work, Núria Casado, Balaguer, November 27 2019

·         On Literary Gerontology and Joan Margarit’s Case Study, Núria Casado, Teatre Ateneu of Tàrrega, January 28 2020; Casal Cultural of Artesa de Segre, February 13 2019.

·         On Ageing, Creativity and Quality of Life, Emma Domínguez, the Public Library of Lleida, February 20 2020.

·         Round table on the results of Aula Oberta, Maricel Oró in "Round table on patients' engagement through narrative methodology: European experiences" within the project Eit Health. Care Stories. November 15 2019, Palau Macaya,   Barcelona.

    

 

Participation in the European Event "Researchers' Night" 

- “Grandpas, Grannies, Uncles, Aunts, Children, Cousins, Grandchildren…: Let’s Talk Together About Growing Old. Games and Dynamics.” (Núria Casado and Núria Mina, 2017; Maricel Oró, Emma Domínguez and Núria Mina, 2018; Maricel Oró, Emma Domínguez and Núria Mina, 2019)


- "Identity and Creativity in Old Age through Contemporary Texts" (Marilia Simari Crozara, Marta Gort Paniello and Inesa Shevchenko, September 2019).

                                                   

 

- "Let's Talk about Age through Julian Barnes's and Carlos Giménez's Literary Works." (Katerina Valentová and Maricel Oró-Piqueras, November 2020)

 

Seminar for Senior Students "Aula Oberta" - University of Lleida 2019

Session 06/02/2019 by Núria Casado Gual:

              Part I - Introduction to Literary Gerontology

              Part II - The Meanings of Ageing in Joan Margarit’s Poetry

Session 13/02/2019 by Maricel Oró Piqueras: Ageing, Death and Irony in Julian Barnes’s “The Fruit Cage”.

Session 20/02/2019 by Emma Domíngiez Rué: Age and Wisdom. The Amateur Detective in The Sunday Philosophy Club series by Alexander McCall-Smith.

Session 27/02/2019 by Núria Mina Riera: Gender and Ageing in Lorna Crozier’s Poerty.

For more information on the course "Aula Oberta" 2018-2019, please, visit http://www.envejecimientoycreatividad.udl.cat/es/resultados/t1/ 

  

 

Performances of the play Prime Time by Núria Casado Gual, produced by Nurosfera:

Caixafòrum Barcelona 2016, Teatre de l'Escorxador de Lleida 2016,  Sala Muntaner de Barcelona Octubre-Novembre 2017, EspaiCaixa Girona 2018-2019, Cosmocaixa de Barcelona 2019 + staged readings promoted by Margaret Morganroth Gullette in the US 2018-19. 

  

Conferences / Seminars / Symposia: 

2022

Casado-Gual, Núria. “The Voice of Experience:Exploring Creativity and Old Age through the Ageing Actor Figure.” Paper presented at the 26th Nordic Congress of Gerontology, June 8-10 2022, Odense, Denmark.

Casado-Gual, Núria, and Maricel Oró-Piqueras. “Changing Narratives of Aging: Emma Thompson’s Performances of Female Old Age in Late Night and Good Luck to you, Leo Grand.” Paper presented at ENAS & NANAS joint conference:  Narratives and Counter Narratives of Aging and Old Age: Reflexivity in Aging Studies, Sept 28 – Oct 1, 2022 Bucharest (Romania), online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2022. Learning to Dress Like Your Mother: Feminine Identity, the Maternal Bond and the Significance of Clothing in Elena Ferrante’s Troubling Love. Fashion, Body and Culture International Conference – online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. Chair: Session2-Heart and Sole: Transformative Fashion. Fashion, Body and Culture International Conference – online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2022. ’Absence o fSense’: Non-Normative Visions of Motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Days of Abandonment. Discourses of Motherhood International Conference - London and online

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Mater Loquitur: Recovering the Mother's Voice in Elena Ferrante's Troubling Love.” Paper presented at ENAS & NANAS joint conference:  Narratives and Counter Narratives of Aging and Old Age: Reflexivity in Aging Studies, Sept 28 – Oct 1, 2022 Bucharest (Romania), online

Domínguez Rué, Emma, and Maricel Oró-Piqueras. Mapping Indian Ocean identities from the Perspective of Narrative Gerontology: M. G. Vassanji’s The Book of Secrets. Aquatic Cartographies: Oceanic Imaginaries, Histories and Identities. Universitat de Lleida, 2022

Mina-Riera, Núria. "The Non-Human World as Teacher in Crozier's Poetry." Paper presented at the international congress of the Association for Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada (ALECC). University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon (Canada), June 15-18, 2022

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “Suspense Matters, and So Does Age: Aging as a Cameo in Alfred Hitchcock’s Films.” Paper presented at ENAS & NANAS joint conference:  Narratives and Counter Narratives of Aging and Old Age: Reflexivity in Aging Studies, Sept 28 – Oct 1, 2022 Bucharest (Romania), online

Shevchenko Hotsuliak, Inesa. “Deprived of the Queer Future:Cultural Discourses on Gendered Ageing in Nick Payne’s Elegy”. Paper presented at the 6th Midterm Conference of the Research Network on Ageing in Europe (RN01) of the European Sociological Association: AGEING IN EUROPE: Towards more Inclusive Societies, Research and Policy. University of Vienna (Austria), 13-15 July 2022

Stončikaitė, Ieva. “Lessons from the Mentor for Life: An Intergenerational Narrative about Ageing, Loss and Gain.” Paper presented at ENAS & NANAS joint conference:  Narratives and Counter Narratives of Aging and Old Age: Reflexivity in Aging Studies, Sept 28 – Oct 1, 2022 Bucharest (Romania), online

Stončikaitė, Ieva. "Roald Dahl's Eerie 'Landlady': A Macabre Tale of Ageing and Dementia." Paper presented at the European Society for the Study of English Conference: Narratives of Ageing and Old Age in the Fantastic Mode. Mainz (Germany), 29/08-02/09/202)

 

 

 

2021

Conference: InternationalConferenceonGenderStudies:’GenderandPower’

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Perpetual Childhood: Madness, the Female Gothic and the Dangers of Heteronormativity in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Mariaor The Wrongs of Woman. International Conference on Gender Studies: ’Gender and Power’–online.

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Chair: Session1. Defining Lines: Fashion, Culture, and Self. Fashion, Body and Culture International Conference–online.

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Chair: Session3. Separate Realities: Space as Cultural Construct. Spatiality and Temporality International Conference – online.

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. An Impossible Balance: Science and the Role of Women in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Short Fiction. International Conference on Medical Humanities –online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Chair: Session2.The Transformative Self: Reflections and Passageways.  Session3. Displacement Factors: Living in Transition. ‘Migrating World: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Migration and Integration’ International Conference -online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Chair: Session1. Generational Measures: Traces of the Ever Present. ’The Aesthetics of Decay: Creative Modes of Destruction’ International Conference –online.

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Chair: Global Measures: States of Transformation. International Conference on Gender Studies: ’Gender and Intersectionality’, online.

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Invited Paper: Women as Other: Exclusion and Non-Belonging. Gender Studies International Summer School – online

Domínguez Rué, Emma. 2021. Negotiating Feminine Identity through the Maternal Bond in Elena Ferrante’s Troubling Love. International Conference on Gender Studies: ’Framing Gender’ –online

Conference: Fear of Ageing: Old Age in Horror Fiction and Film. Universidade do Porto, Portugal. 17 July 2021 [online]

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “Aging in Circles: A Twilight Portrait of an Aging Lady in Richard Matheson’s Night Call and Spur of the Moment.”

Conference: Progressive Connexions: Interdisciplinary Life: The Stories Bodies Tell. Oxford, UK. 24-25 July 2021 [online]

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. "'He Had Turned into a Picture': Neo-Victorian Representations of Victorian Corporeal Aesthetics of Ageing in Susan Hill's The Man in the Picture."

Conference: Borrowed Time: On Death, Dying and Change. Dartington Hall, Devon UK, November 1st 2021[online]

Stončikaitė, Ieva. “The End-of-Life Colours And The Meanings of Life, Death And Old Age.”

Conference: 15th ESA European Sociological Association Conference. Sociological Knowledges For Alternative Futures. Barcelona, Spain. 31 August – 3 September 2021 [online]

Stončikaitė, Ieva. "The Senior Leisure Tourism: Does it Empower or Exclude Older People?"

Conference: 5th Transforming Care Conference. Cà Foscari University of Venice, Italy , 24-26 Juny 2021 [online]

Stončikaitė, Ieva. "Transformative Textual Perspectives on Parental Care & the Deep Old Age."

ACLA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinios, USA. 8-11 April 2021 [online]

Stončikaitė, Ieva. "Erica Jong & Nonconformity in Contemporary Literary Representations of Aging & Sexuality."

Conference: Technologies for Active and Independent Living in Old Age. Prague, Czech Republic, 10-11 Feb 2021 [online]

Stončikaitė, Ieva. "Online Dating, Intimacy & Active Ageing In Baby Boomer Women."

Conference: European Sociological Association’s Research Network on Ageing in Europe Midterm Conference Ageing in Context: Places, Spaces and Cultures of Ageing. Jyväskylä, Finland, 20-22 January 2021 [online]

Shevchenko, Inesa. “Transgression of Gender Roles:Re-constructing Ageing Female Identities in April De Angelis’ After Electra.”

Symposium: 2nd Interdisciplinary Doctoral Symposium Aging, Care, and Migration. Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Aging and Care (CIRAC), University of Graz, Austria, 19 - 20 October 2021 [online]

Shevchenko, Inesa. "Theatrical Representations of Older Women Migrants in Stephen Karam'sThe Humans."

 

 

2020

Congress: International Conference on Gender Studies “Mapping Gender”. December 5th-6th 2020 (online)

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. 2020. "(Re-)Reading Ageing and Gender: Reading, Wisdom and Quality of Life in Older Age".

 

Symposium: Aging Experiments: Futures and Fantasies of Old Age. September 26th 2020. UCD Humanities Institute Dublin. (via zoom)

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel; Falcus, Sarah. "Im(mortality), Ageing and Generation in Recent Speculative Fiction". 

 

Seminar: English Studies Across Genres, Media and Modes (SEING II) . University of Zaragoza, Spain, 25 September 2020.

Benderska, Yuliia. “Captured by time: The Ageing Transformation of Byron Embodied by His Characters in His Literary Works.” 

Shevchenko, Inesa. “Deciphering Age: Representations of Female Ageing in Contemporary Drama and Theatre.” 

 

Congress: the II International Congress Fundación Cine + Comics. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, 19-21 May 2020 (online).

Valentová, Katerina. "Cómic español: ¿un arma desafiante contra los estereotipos de la vejez?"

2019

Conference: the 4th International Conference of Young Researchers on Theatre Studies. University of Valencia, Spain, 29-31 October 2019.

Shevchenko, Inesa. “Conflicting Female Identities in Old Age: The Representation of Older Women in David Lindsay-Abaire’s Ripcord.”

 

Conference: International Conference on Gender Studies: “Gender (Non)Conformity”.  St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford (UK), September 2019.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "Ageing and Gender (Non)Conformity: the Amateur Sleuth and Alexander McCall-Smith’s Isabel Dalhousie."

 

Conference: Ageing, Illness, Care in Cultural and Literary Narratives. University of Huddersfield, UK. 5-6 September 2019.

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel; Casado-Gual, Núria. “Care as the Encounter of Otherness in Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van”. 

 

Conference: Canadian Association for Theatre Research Annual Conference, "Circles of Conversation". University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2-6 Juny 2019.

Casado-Gual, Núria. "Staging and Extending Age-wise Circles of Conversation: The Case of Three British Senior Theatre Companies."

Casado-Gual, Núria. "Ageing as a Global Crisis: An Age-Centred Reading of The Children and Escaped Alone", Age and Performance Working-Group Session.

 

Conference: the second joint conference of NANAS and ENAS TrentAging 2019. Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 28-31 May 2019.

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “Cheer Up! Death is round the Corner”. Death, Aging, and Irony in Julian Barnes’s Works”. 

 

XXII Simposio de la Sociedad Española de Literatura General y Comparada. Universidad de Granada, 15-16 de marzo de 2019.

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “Grandmothers in Maria Barbal’s and Penelope Lively’s novels: Between asexuality and wisdom”. 

 

 2018

Symposium: International Symposium Cultural Perspectives on Ageing. Hannover-Herrenhausen, 28-30 Novembre 2018.

Casado-Gual, Núria. "Exploring Old Age Theatrically-Wise: Later-Life Creativity and the Discourses of Ageing through the Lens of Senior Theatre."

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "Age Identity and Gender Normativity in Detective Fiction: the Amateur Sleuth."

 

Conference: 42nd AEDEAN Conference. University of Cordoba, Spain, 7th-9th November, 2018.

Brufau, Pilar. "Ageing and Social Inequality in the Poetry of Tony Harrison."

 

Conference: 40th International Conference of the British Society of Gerontology. University of Manchester, UK, 4-6 July 2018.

Casado-Gual, Núria. "Old Pillars for Future Buildings: Joan Margarit's Late-Life Lessons on Writing and Living".

 

Conference: Late-Life Creativity Showcase. KCAR, Keele University, UK, 28 June 2018.

Casado-Gual, Núria (a keynote speaker). "From Literary Gerontology to Theatre and Age Studies: A Personal Journey".

 

Conference:  CATR Conference, Kingston, Ontario, 28 May 2018.

The round-table participation (Casado-Gual, Núria): "Age and Performance: Expanding Intersectionalities".

 

Conference: International Conference 'Mirror, Mirror: Perceptions, Deceptions and Reflections in Time'. London (UK), March 2018.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "Wise Choices in Late Life: Wisdom and Reinvention of the Self in the Isabel Dalhousie Novels by Alexander McCall-Smith."

 

2017

Conference: International Conference on Gender Studies, "Identity, Alterity and Gender Normativity". Cambridge (UK), 1-2 December 2017

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "So Miss Marple Got Engaged: Age Identity and Gender Normativity in The Sunday Philosophy Club Series by Alexander McCall-Smith."

 

Conference: 1st INDEST International Conference. Lleida (Spain), 27-28 November 2017

Casado-Gual, Núria. “Lessons from a Dignus Old Poet: Insights on Ageing and Creativity through Joan Margarit’s Late-Life Works”.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "The Art of Doing Good. Ageing, Creativity and Wisdom in the Isabel Dalhousie Novels by Alexander McCall-Smith."

2016

 Conference: The SIforAGE International Conference "Envisioning a New World: Social Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing", Barcelona (Spain), 19-21 October 2016.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma "Reinventing Womanhood: Carolyn Heilbrun / Amanda Cross and Post-Menopausal Empowerment."

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "Senior Techs: Ageing and Technology from the Perspective of the Social Sciences."

Domínguez-Rué, Emma, Núria Casado Gual et al. "The Creativity of the Older Woman Writer: Ten Case Studies."

Previous years

Conference: 8th International Conference on Cultural Gerontology "Meaning and Culture(s): Exploring the Life Course" / 2nd Conference of the European Network in Aging Studies (ENAS). National University of Ireland Galway (Galway, Ireland). 10th-12th April 2014.

Casado-Gual, Núria. "Ambivalent Pathways of Progress and Decline: The Representation of Ageing and Old Age in Joanna McClelland Glass' Drama."

Mina-Riera, Núria. "Lorna Crozier's Portrayal of Integrity in Later Life in Small Mechanics."

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. "'Picture of a Woman Looking at a Picture': Ageing, Gender and Celebrity in The Twilight Zone's 'The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine'."

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. "Heroine or Caricature? The Older Woman in Desperate Housewives."

Zamorano-Llena, Carmen. "Global Ageing and Changes in the Irish Family Structure in Jennifer Johnston's Foolish Mortals and Truth or Fiction."

   

Conference: 4th International IRIS Conference on Identity: Conditioned Identities: Wished-for and Unwished-for Identities. Institute for Research into Identities and Society. University of Lleida (Catalunya, Spain). 13th-15th November 2013. 

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. "Neither Miss Marple nor Miss Havisham: Stereotypes of Aging Women and Identity in Later Life in Donna Leon's Drawing Conclusions."

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. "'Maybe you're too young to remember': Baby Jane and the sin of acting against one's age."

 

Conference: 3rd International IRIS Conference on Identity: Perverse Identities. Identities in Conflict. Institute for Research into Identities and Society. University of Lleida (Catalunya, Spain). 14th-16th November 2012.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Fearful Flesh: Ageless Female Monstrosity and the Logic of Anorexia at the Fin-de-Siècle.”

Farré-Vidal, Carme. "Social Perversity and the Elderly in Kathy Reichs' Fatal Voyage." 

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “Tracing Miss Havisham in the Mirror, or Aging through the Other.”

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “The Loneliness of the Ageing in Contemporary English Literature.”

 

Conference: Looking Backwards to Look Forwards. Conference organized by the Australian Studies Centre in collaboration with The Centre for Peace and Social Justice, Southern Cross. University of Barcelona (Catalunya, Spain). 10-14 December 2012.

Casado-Gual, Núria. “Beyond the Living Record of One’s Memory: Late-Life Remembrance and Oblivion in Alice Munro’s “The Bear Came Over the Mountain” and Its Film Adaptation Away from Her.”

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “‘Memory, I defy thee?’: Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s Guilty Recollections in Late-Life.”

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “Memory Revisited in Julian Barnes’s The Sense of an Ending.”

 

Conference: “The Health of the Nation.”European Society for the Study of English (ESSE 11), Ege University, Izmir, Turkey. 2012.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma, and Ulla Kriebernegg: Panel 16 – Illness and its Metaphors: Challenging Medical Discourse form a Gendered Perspective. [workshop organization]

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. Wisdom versus Frailty: Ursula Le Guin’s Voices and Doris Lessing’s ‘The Reason for It.’”


Conference: “Theorizing Age: Challenging the Disciplines.” 7th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology. European Network in Aging Studies (ENAS). Maastricht University, The Netherlands. 6-9 October 2011.

Casado-Gual, Núria. “Old Tropes through New Lenses: Representing the Elderly Actor in Manoel de Oliveira’s I’m Going Home and Roger Michell’s Venus.

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Successful Female Aging for Beginners: Carolyn Heilbrun / Amanda Cross and Perspectives of Gendered Aging in The Players Come Again.”

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. Prematurely Aged, Long-Lived: The Effects of Ageing at a Different Pace in Edgar Allan Poe and Edward Bulwer-Lytton.”

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “Narrating Ageing: The Outer – from the Inner in four Contemporary English Novels.”

 

Conference: Pensar la identitat. Trobada científica. Institut de Recerca en Identitats i Societat (IRIS). Lleida. 23-24 September 2010.

 Domínguez-Rué, Emma. El dèficit generacional: La divisió jove/gran, pobre/ric en la població lleidatana.” [with Brian Worsfold]

 Worsfold, Brian. El dèficit generacional: La divisió jove/gran, pobre/ric en la població lleidatana.” [with Emma Domínguez-Rué]

 

Conference: The 6th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology – Extending Time, Emerging Realities, Imagining Response. University of Lleida. Lleida. 2008

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Good Old Men in the New South: Portraits of Elderly Male Characters in Ellen Glasgow’s Novels.”

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “From the young student to the old Caxtonian: Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s lifetime reflections on Victorian ageing.” 

Miquel-Baldellou, Marta. “On Cultural Ageing: Testimonies from Catalonia and England.” DAL-Days 2008. Universitat de Lleida. 2008.

 

Conference: “The Ageing Jigsaw: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Old Age.” British Society of Gerontology, 35th Annual Meeting, Bangor, UK. 7-9 September 2006.

Bureu-Ramos, Nela, Marta Miquel-Baldellou, Maricel Oró-Piqueras, Elena Pérez-Serrano, and Brian Worsfold. “Aspects of Ageing in Literature.” [Poster]

Oró-Piqueras, Maricel. “Deep Inside the Experience of Ageing Through Fiction.”

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Beyond Dis-Ease: Positive Female Ageing against the Cult of Invalidism in El Piqueras.”

 

Conference: The Art of Ageing: An International, Interdisciplinary Conference on Textualising the Phases of Life. Lleida. 6-8 November 2003.

Bureu-Ramos, Nela. “Ageing and the Muses.”

Domínguez-Rué, Emma. “Disremembered and Unaccounted For: Toni Morrison’s Beloved.”

 

For more conference papers related to the project “Aging and Gender in Contemporary Literary Creation in English”, please visit: http://web4.udl.cat/en/project-results/Events/

Last modified: 04/10/2022
Imprimir Enrera Pujar
Home | Accessibility | About the web | Site map | Legal notice | Contact
© 2013 Universitat de Lleida - Pl. de Víctor Siurana 1, 25003 Lleida - Tel. (+34) 973 702 000 - All rights reserved
Ombra