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*2nd AEEII Conference* (Tenerife, Canaries, SPAIN)

Other Indias: The Richness of Indian Multiplicity”

TENTATIVE PROGRAMME
*PLEASE inform us if you have any problems with your presentation date by October 25th at the latest/ Due to the density of the program the duration of individual Papers should strictly be limited to 15/20 min. maximum delivery time, and the Keynote Lectures/Reading to 35/40 min., in order to have enough time for Q&A sessions / If you have any book info or other materials that you want to present during the conference, please send it ASAP // We remind you that not all rooms have Internet and/or Powerpoint presentation facilities. If your presentation includes any of the above please let us know well in advance, so we may arrange accordingly. Thanks and Best wishes! JI Oliva
Wednesday 23rd November

16’00: Registration Aptos Bellavista (Puerto de la Cruz)
18’00: Opening Ceremony & Wine Reception

19’00: Walking Visit to Puerto de la Cruz tourist sites (1 hour approx.)
Thursday 24th November

8’00: Bus Departure for Guajara Campus ULL
9’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION A: “India & Women’s Rights”]

Panel 1: “Class & Race Issues”

* “Educating Girl Child for Protection and Promotion of Their Human Rights”

Amita Agarwal (U. Rajasthan, Jaipur, India)

* “The Many Voices of Indian Feminism: Dalit Women Speak Differently”

Krishna Menon (Lady Shri Ram College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)

* “Gender Inequality and Poverty” Prisca Castanyer (Harvard U., Massachussets, USA)

* “Translating Women Writing in India: Transcending Gender, Space and Time”

Divya N. (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 2: “Tradition & Gender Issues”

* “Dowry in Northern Rural of India”

Arghavan Mohammadi (U. Tehran, Iran)

* “Uneasy Unions: How Hindu doctrinal provisions shape marriage practices in India and Nepal”

Alexandra Delaney (Independent Scholar, UK)

* “Representing India on the Small Screen: Reel or Real?”

Farha Noor (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* Dividing the Nation: Dislocation and Relocation”

Bandana Chakrabarty (Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur, India)


[SECTION E: “Indian Cinema & Audiovisual Translation”]

Panel 3: “Muslims in Indian Cinema (The Ritual Re-affirmation of Loyalty)”

* My Name Is Khan: Exporting the Undecidable, Reinstating the Indian”

Felicity Hand (U. Autonoma Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

* “Deepa Mehta’s Earth: The Figure of the Indian Muslim as the Sempiternal Ambiguous and Threatening ‘Other’” Dolores Herrero (U. Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain)

* “Indian Muslims in British Cinema: Identification and Denial”

Elena Oliete (U. Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain)
[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 4: “Salman Rushdie’s Heritage”

* “The Private and the Public Affect and Effect of Violence in Rushdie’s Shame”

Bootheina Majoul Aouadi (ISSEP Ksar-Said, Tunisia)

* “The Genetic and Generic Affiliations of Rushdie’s Satire in Midnight’s Children

Bootheina Majoul Aouadi (ISSEP Ksar-Said, Tunisia)

* “’Stepping across this Line’ and Crossing many Others: Salman Rushdie and the Personal/Political Idiosyncrasies of the Public Intellectual”

Rina Ramdev (Delhi U., New Delhi, India)

* “Under the Shadow of Dickens and Rushdie: Reading Rohinton Mistry in Spain”

Pilar Somacarrera Íñigo (U. Autónoma Madrid, Spain)

10’30: Break
11’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION B: “Linguistics, Culture & Diversity”]

Panel 5: “Multilingüismo y Multiplicidad”

* “El multilingüismo de la India”

Anil K. Dhingra (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Presentación de diversos idiomas de la India en comparación con otros idiomas de Eurasia” María-Dolores García-Borrón (U. Barcelona)

* “El sistema deíctico del Bengalí y el español” Hossain Imran (U. Barcelona)

*“Unidad en la diversidad y posición de ser humano ante la adversidad”

Sheetal Wagh (English & Foreign Languages U., Hyderabad, India)
[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 6: “Political Issues”

* “Reservation in the Nation-building Activities: Policing Compromise, Compensation or Separatism” Jayshree Singh (BNPG Girls’ College Udaipur, Rajhastan, India)

* “India: Multicultural State, Contests And Accommodation”

Karuna Thakur (U Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir, India)

* “India and the Nagas: Dominant and the Dissident Discourses of Identity”

Sanjay Kumar Pandey (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

*Conflict Resolution and Autonomy Movement’s in India's Northeast”

Shanthie Mariet D’Souza & Bibhu Prasad Routray (National U. Singapore)

* “Polycolonialism: Productive Plurality in Pre-British Colonial Exchanges in Bengal”

Saugata Bhaduri (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)
[SECTION E: “Indian Cinema & Audiovisual Translation”]

Panel 7: “Bollywood and Outskirts”

* “The ‘Wood’landers --- Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood: Multicultural renditions of the Indian nation through regional movie industries”

Aatreyee Ghosh & Soumana Biswas (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Aspirations and Surveillance: The India of Present Bollywood”

Irfanullah Farooqi (Jawaharlal Nehru U, New Delhi, India)

* “Translating Indian Song and Dance into Arabic: The Subtitling of Bollywood into Egyptian Arabic” Muhammad Y Gamal (U. Canberra, Australia)

* “El cine popular de la India: enfoque sobre su éxito, internacionalización, distribución y nuevas tendencias” Qazi Abdur Rahim (Dir. ImagineIndia Festival, Madrid, Spain)

* “Brontë Goes to Bollywood”: Tamasha Theatre Company’s Wuthering Heights

Laura Viñas & Blanca Lara (U. Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)

[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 8: “India and Literary Tradition”

* “Influence of Rabindranath on contemporary Indian theatre”

Asish Goswami (Independent Scholar, U. Calcutta, India)



* “The Rose in English Literature: from Chaucer’s faire and sweet Rose to Sujata Bhatt’s Stinking Rose

Antonio León Sendra & Lucía García Magaldi (U. Córdoba, Andalucía, Spain)



* “The cultural assimilation of Shakespeare: Intertextuality in Kalyan Ray's postcolonial novel Eastwords” Manfred Draudt (U. Vienna, Austria)

* “Mythology and Rewriting: Sita, Kunti and Draupadi”

Mini Nanda (U Rajasthan, Jaipur, India)

* “Retelling Experiences”

S.Asha (Government P.G. College, Tonk, Rajasthan, India)


13’00: Keynote Lecture 1: “Partition's Post-Amnesias: Bengal and India's North-East in the Shadow of 1947 and 1971”

Ananya Jahanara Kabir (U. Leeds, UK)



13’45: Keynote Lecture 2: “La temprana recepción del cine indio en España (1953-1963): notas para una historia” Alberto Elena (U. Carlos III, Madrid, Spain)
14’30: Lunch Time
16’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 9: “Arte y la gran tradición clásica”

* “El Mahabharata y la Bhagavad Gita como referentes culturales e identitarios de India”

Ana Agud (U. Salamanca, Castilla-León, Spain)

*“Identidad y desarraigo en el arte de la India contemporánea”

Eva Fdez del Campo (U. Complutense, Madrid, Spain)

* “La diversidad religiosa india en los repertorios de kathak, odissi y bharatanatyam”

Fátima Montero (U. Salamanca, Castilla-León, Spain)

* “Revivalismo védico en la India actual: ¿renacimiento religioso o perversión politizada?” Francisco J. Rubio Orecilla (U. Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain)

[SECTION D: “Queer Desire & India”]

Panel 10: “Queer Experiences and the Law”

* “Homosexuality and Homophobia in Indian Popular Culture: Reflections of the Law?” Danish Sheikh (Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore, India)

* “Re-Articulating Desire, Re-Shaping Identity: Queer experience and the Plays of Mahesh Dattani” Asha Kuthari Chaudhuri (Gauhati U., Guwahati, Assam, India)

*“Queer Desire: Hanif Kureishi”

Kanchi Vashist Arora (Gargi College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)

* “Queer visibility and its discontents”

Pawan Singh (U. California, San Diego, USA)


[SECTION E: “Indian Cinema & Audiovisual Translation”]

Panel 11: “Diaspora and Difference”

* “The 'other' India in literature and film: Mohandas in Uday Prakash’s story by and in Mazhar Kamran’s film” Alessandra Consolaro (U. Turin, Piemonte, Italy)

* “Why Need My Name Be Khan? Contemporary Revisionings of the Indian Diaspora”

Martina Ghosh-Schellhorn (Saarland U, Germany)

* “East goes West: British South Asian Diasporic Cinema and the Portrayal of Foreign Identities in Audiovisual Translation”

Yeray Afonso & Adrián Fuentes (U. Pablo de Olavide, Seville, Andalucia, Spain)

* “Indigenous Orientalism: Neo-Orientalism Unveiled on the Scenes of Comic Native Movies” Seyyed Habib Mousavi & Mohammad Reza Golshani (Tehran U., Iran)


[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 12: “Travelling Bodies”

*“‘L'Inde Vivante:’ Representations of India in Travel Literature”

Sandhya Devesan Nambiar (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* Travelling Cultures and Travelling Technologies: Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry TideUrmil Talwar (U Rajasthan, Jaipur, India)

* “From Ireland to India: The Poems of Gopal Singh”

Cathal McCabe (Ireland-Poland Foundation, Dublin, Ireland)

* “La visión de India y el viaje filosófico en los Diarios indios de Chantal Maillard” Verónica Aranda Casado (poeta, becaria FormArte, Spain)

17’30: Break
18’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 13: “Technological Progress”

* “Grassroots Technologies and Global Flows: Addressing Digital and Cultural Divides of India”

Sumitra Srinivasan (U. Toledo, Ohio, USA)

* “India Moves towards Nuclear Power: A Case Study of India-US Relations”

Masumeh Daneshpour (U. Tehran, Iran)

* “Engineering flows for ‘development’: Expert dreams for rivers in Nehruvian India”

Ramya Swayamprakash (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Indigenous People’s Access to Land in Northern-Belt of Bangladesh: A Study of the Santal Community”

Smritikana Das (Independent Scholar, Norway/Bangladesh)
[SECTION D: “Queer Desire & India”]

Panel 14: Round Table: “Queer Desire & India”

Participants: Antonia Navarro Tejero (UCO, Chair) Hoshang Merchant (University of Hyderabad, India), Juan Ignacio Oliva (Universidad de la Laguna), Sandeep Bakshi (University of Leicester, UK)


[SECTION E: “Indian Cinema & Audiovisual Translation”]

Panel 15: “Race, Gender & Film”

* “Re-Writing Women in Cinema: Three experiments in the mainstream cinema of India in the 1950s.”

Ira Vangipurapu (English & Foreign Languages U., Hyderabad, India)


* “Remembering Bhangashvana: Towards an Inclusive, Fluid Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Commercial Indian Cinema(s)”

Sunny Singh (London Metropolitan U., UK)

* “Masculin-féminin, European-Indian… or vice-versa. Impressions on Two Travellers/Filmmakers, and the Latest Commonwealth Film Exchanges”

Francisco Javier Gómez Tarín & Agustín Rubio Alcover (U. Jaume I, Castellón, Spain)


* “At the Crossroads… Bridging the Home and the World”

Biljana Djoric-Francuski (U. Belgrade, Serbia)


[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 16: “The Bodily and the Physical in Literature”

* “Embodying Desire and Sexuality across Borders: Diasporic Indian Women's Poetry in English” Amrita Mehta (Bhagini Nivedita College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)

* “Life Through a Kaleidoscopic Lens: Social Construction of Colour and Race in Rachna Mara’s and Shauna Singh Baldwin’s Short Stories”

Mª Luz González Rodríguez (U. La Laguna, Tenerife, Canaries, Spain)

* “Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia: Deconstructing Racial, Class and Gender Stereotypes through Dress” Noemí Pereira Ares (U. Santiago, Galicia, Spain)

*“Diasporic Anxiety As Resistance: Bodily Corruption In Rohinton Mistry’s Work” María Jesús Llarena-Ascanio (U. La Laguna, Tenerife, Canaries, Spain)
19’30: La Laguna UNESCO World Heritage Site Walking Visit (1 hour approx.)

21’00: Bus Departure for Aptos. Bellavista (Puerto de la Cruz)
Friday 25th November

8’00: Bus Departure for Guajara Campus ULL
9’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION B: “Linguistics, Culture & Diversity”]

Panel 17: “Multilingual Diversity”

* “Cultural diversity alongside linguistic diversity: India and the dilemma of keeping (national) identity? (Reconsidering India’s English language (teaching) policies for primary level(s) in public sector education)” Abbas Aghdassi (U Tehran, Iran)

* “Translating Indian Multiplicity: Postcolonial literature, hybrid codes and heterolingual texts” Humberto Burcet-Rojas (U Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Cataluña, Spain)

* “An Eighteenth Century India Jones: The Asiatic Researches of Sir William Jones Revisited” M.E. Veda Sharan (English &Foreign Lang U., Tarnaka, Hyderabad, India)

* “Modernity in India: Incomplete or multiple?”

Samrat Schmiem Kumar (U. Oslo, Norway)

[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 18: “Religion and Mores”

* “Religious Pluralism in Bengal: An Historical Perspective”

Abdul Momin Chowdhury (U. Dhaka, Bangladesh)

* “Christianity in Early North-West India: A Multicultural Story Often Untold”

Simi Malhotra (Jamia Millia Islamia U., New Delhi, India)

* “Myth, Memory & Meaning”

Mamang Dai (Freelance Writer, Arunachal Pradesh, India)

* “Geographical Factors in Cultural Aspects of Early Bengal (5th to the 13th Centuries AD)” Aksadul Alam (U. Dhaka, Bangladesh)
[SECTION D: “Queer Desire & India”]

Panel 19: “Queering Spaces”

* “‘Pink Nights:’ The Queer Night-Club Culture in India and Music as the Site of Performance” Ankush Gupta (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Queering Spaces: Cruising the Toilet”

Andy Silveira (English & Foreign Languages U., Hyderabad, India)

* “The Crisis of Postcolonial Modernity: Queer Adolescence in Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy and P. Parivaraj’s Shiva and Arun” Sandeep Bakshi (U. Leicester, UK)

* “Elective Affinities: Bildungsroman and Gender Questioning in Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy” Marta González Acosta (EOI, La Laguna, Tenerife, Canaries, Spain)
[SECTION E: “Indian Cinema & Audiovisual Translation”]

Panel 20: “Revising Indian Filmography”

* “The City of Love: Utopian imagination and the Cinema of the Fifties”

Aarti Wani (Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, Pune, India)

* “Oral Narration, performance and the postmodern cinematic form: A case study of Bhavni Bhavai” Ananya Parikh (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Living in No Man’s Land: Notions of Home, Belonging and the Double Displacement of Anglo Indians in Bow Barracks Forever

Bidisha Banerjee (Hong Kong Institute of Education, China)

* “Partition: Event, Literature, Cinema”

Simran Chadha (Dyal Singh College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)

10’30: Break & Book /Exhibit Presentations
11’00: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION C: “India: Tradition & History”]

Panel 21: “Antropología y cultura”

* “El rangoli como metáfora antropológica del cosmos”

Alida Carloni Franca (U. Huelva, Andalucía, Spain)

* “Las tiendas de los indios, prodigiosas”: la visión del indio comerciante en la literatura canaria”

Mónica María Martínez Sariego (U. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain)

* “La decisión de dejar la patria por amor”

Dimpi Sharma (U. Hyderabad, India)

* “La visión de la India en los poetas latinos de época de Augusto: prejuicios, juicios y contrastes” Gabriel Laguna Mariscal (U. Córdoba, Andalucía, Spain)

* “Márgenes al Centro: literatura Dalit en la India”

Srivani Tumu (English & Foreign Languages U., Hyderabad, India)
[SECTION D: “Queer Desire & India”]

Panel 22: “Plurality and Lesbianism”

* “The Invisibly Visible Lesbianism in Ismat Chugtai’s The Quilt (‘Lihaaf’)

Neenu Kumar (Aditi Mahavidyalaya, U Delhi, New Delhi, India)

** “Queering the Site of Intercultural Exchange: A Conversation Regarding Deepa Mehta’s Fire” Jennifer Gustar & Error: Reference source not found (U. British Columbia, Canada)

* “Can the lesbian desire: A case study of six Indian films”

Manisha Saluja (Maitreyi College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)


[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 23: “Social and Sexual Concerns”

*“Challengin a Theatre of Her/Their Own: A Study of the Interlocking Systems

of Domination in Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s Behud (Beyond Belief)

Diego Sánchez, Jorge (U. Salamanca, Castilla-León, Spain)

* “The Contribution of Asians in the Development of a New Model of Citizenship

Within the UK” Maurice Frank O’Connor (U. Cádiz, Andalucía, Spain)

* “Speculums and Spectacles: Separateness and Synthesis in Bharathi Mukherjee’s Jasmine

ME Veda Sharan (English & Foreign Languages U., Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India)

* “Indian Poetics and the Fictional Works of Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri”

Smita Jha (Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India)

* “Diasporic Imagination in Women’s Fiction”

Vijay Lakshmi (Community College Philadelphia, USA)



[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 24: “Diaspora & Trauma Experiences”

* “Monsoonic Islands of Exile: Provisional Indias in Tenzin Tsundue’s Poetry”

Enrique Galván-Álvarez (U. Alcalá, Madrid, Spain)

*“Discriminatory Diasporas: the Case of V.S.Naipaul’s Half a Life

K W Christopher (Mahatma Gandhi U., Nalgonda, India)

*“Gendering Terrorism in Neil Bissoondath’s The Unyielding Clamor of the Night (2005)” Pilar Cuder-Domínguez (U. Huelva, Andalucía, Spain)

* “Contesting terror through poetry: An analysis of contemporary Indian poetry in English” Rosalía Martínez de Miguel (U. Valladolid, Castilla-León, Spain)

* “Small Things and Beyond: The Senses of Language in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things” Yi-Peng Lai (Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland)


13’00: Keynote Lecture 3: “Forty-five years of Diasporic Life and Writings”

Uma Parameswaran (U. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)



13’45: Keynote Lecture 4: “Human and Earth Others: Environmental Issues in Amitav Ghosh and Mahasweta Devi”

Carmen Flys Junquera (GIECO-Franklin Inst./U. Alcalá, Spain, President EASLCE)


14’30: Lunch Time
16’00: Keynote Lecture 5: “Queer India: an Introductory Note”

Hoshang Merchant (U. Hyderabad, India)


16’45: Parallel Sessions / Comunicaciones

[SECTION A: “India & Women’s Rights”]

Panel 25: “Problematising Women’s Lives”


* “Problematizing Identity, Transculturalism and Women’s Bondage: Indian Diaspora in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Fiction”

Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat (East West University, Bangladesh)

* “Many Women, Many Voices:Manifold Representations of Women in the Indian Epics”

Meenakshi Malhotra (Hansraj College, U Delhi, New Delhi, India)

* “Amitav Ghosh’s Portrayal of Women as Agents of Transformation in Society and Culture” Regiane Correa de Oliveira Ramos (U. São Paulo, Brasil)
[SECTION D: “Queer Desire & India”]

Panel 26: “Poetics of Lesbianism”

* “The Upside-Down Swan: Suniti Namjoshi”

Akshaya K. Rath (National Institute for Technology, Rourkela, Orissa, India)

* “Being Lesbian in Mumbai: Issues of Visibility, Space and Class”

Elisa M. Zenck (Independent Scholar Akshara feminist NGO, Mumbai, India)

* “Plurality of Lesbian Existence in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman

Kuhu Chanana (SSN College, U. Delhi, New Delhi, India)


[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 27: “Locating & Narrating the Nation”

*“The global and the local in Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie”

Adriana Kiczkowski (UNED, Madrid, Spain)

*“Myth and reality in the Jungle Books, by Rudyard Kipling”

Manjula Balakrishnan (Jawaharlal Nehru U., New Delhi, India)

* “Poetics of Rural Fiction” P.S. Chauhan (Arcadia U., Pennsylvania, US)
[SECTION F: “Identity & Literature”]

Panel 28: “Gender and Difference”

* “The Representation of the Male Other in The Namesake

E. Guillermo Iglesias Díaz (U. Vigo, Galicia, Spain)

* “Ambai and her account of Feminism in India: ‘A movement, a Folder, Some Tears’”

Alejandra Moreno Álvarez (U. Oviedo, Asturias, Spain)

* “Metonyms of the Nation: Representations of Gendered Violence from Abroad”

Belén Martín Lucas (U. Vigo, Galicia, Spain)

18’00: Keynote Lecture 6: Creative Reading Session:

* Vijay Lakshmi: “Migrancy, Memory, and Home”

* Uma Parameswaran: “Ganga in the Assiniboine”

* Sunny Singh: “The Wait: A short story: Fiction and its contexts”


20’00: Closing Words & AEEII General Assembly Meeting
21’30: Bus Departure for Aptos. Bellavista (Puerto de la Cruz)
Saturday 26th November

9’00-14’00: Half-Day Excursion to “Las Cañadas del Teide” National Park / Bus Departs/Returns Aptos Bellavista (Puerto de la Cruz)

20’00: Recital of the University of La Laguna Choir & Visit to ULL Central Campus / (Paraninfo ULL)



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