Works in progress: text/image storytelling -- a postgraduate roundtable

Works in progress: text/image storytelling -- a postgraduate roundtable

College of Arts School of Modern Languages and Cultures Stirling Maxwell Centre
Date: Thursday 18 May 2023
Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Venue: TalkLab (University of Glasgow Library, level 3) + Zoom (see below)
Category: Public lectures, Student events
Speaker: Convened by Rachel Eager and Rhys Pasterneck (Stirling Maxwell Centre PGR)

Short presentations of 15 minutes are from Postgraduate Researchers. These relate to aspects of their research within the field of Text/Image, including image, photography, imagery and metaphor.

The concept of storytelling is rich in scope and will include research on race, gender, sexuality, climate emergency, the politics of storytelling and how we perceive events in the past, present and future.

17:00: Opening statements

17:05: Nat Paterson (Stirling Maxwell Centre)
Retelling Stories about Images: Creating New Narratives from Léopold Chauveau’s (1870-1940) Writing about his Sculpted Monsters
17:20: Zhaolong Liu (Translation Studies)
Telling Another Side of the Story: Illustrations in the English Translations of Louis Cha’s Martial Arts Novels
17:35: Chandra Brooks (Theology and Creative Practice)
The Wedding Dress: Hidden, Oppressed, Inauthentic Yet Visible

17:50: Q&A 1

18:00: Maddie Reid (English Literature)
Fossil infrastructures in North American post-war Surrealism: Representation, History, and Ambivalence in Wendy Red Star’s Photography
18:15: Haley Sneed (School of Education)
Photovoice: a Participatory Visual Method
18:30: Nadia Franks (English Literature)
Visual Metaphor in the Post-Truth Crime Story: The Undoing and Defending Jacob

18:45: Q&A 2

19:00: Concluding statements

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