Schedule Category: 01-Friday

17/02/2022, Comment off

Plenary Lecture: “¿Civilización contra barbarie? Euclides Da Cunha, Mario Vargas Llosa y la guerra de Canudos”

18h-19.00h – Plenary Lecture: “¿Civilización contra barbarie? Euclides Da Cunha, Mario Vargas Llosa y la guerra de Canudos” Jordi Canal. Professeur de L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) (AUDITORI JOSEP IRLA)

17/02/2022, Comment off

Coffe Break

17:30h-18h – Coffee Break – Pausa

17/02/2022, Comment off

Parallel session 2 “Literature, Medicine & the Arts”

“The Chromatic Contrast of the First Mural about the History of Cardiology (1944) by Diego Rivera (1866-1957).”

>Javier Castro & Justo Hernández (La Laguna University)

“Dengue fever in 1889 in Smyrna and its description in the satirical poem of Miltiades Emmanuel (1825-1916).”

>Konstantinos Konstaantopoulos (Hellenic Open University)

 

“Fantasies of Life Extension: New Lives in New Bodies.”

>Aline Ferreira (Aveiro University)

“Shreds of the Decidua”: Layers of Maternal Anatomy in Victorian Female Poetry.”

>Sarah Wegener (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz)

 

16/10/2019, Comment off

Parallel session 1 “Literature and Philosophy”

“Boyle and Spinoza: A scientific Controversy via an indirect Correspondence.”

>Filip A. Buyse (CSMBR Pisa)

 

“When a woman becomes a plant: Philosophical discourses and metaphorical narratives in the modernity.”

>Constantin Canavas (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences)

 

“El interdiscurso científico de la semiòtica.”

>Manuel González de Ávila (Salamanca University)

16/10/2019, Comment off

General Assembly

14:30 -16:00 h: General Assembly (AUDITORI JOSEP IRLA)

16/10/2019, Comment off

Lunch break friday

 13:00-14:30h –LUNCH BREAK

16/10/2019, Comment off

Plenary Lecture: Ciencia, filosofía y literatura en la primera ilustración española: el caso de Martín Martínez

11:30-12:45h Plenary Lecture: Ciencia, filosofía y literatura en la primera ilustración española: el caso de Martín Martínez Dr. Jorge García López (Universitat de Girona) (AUDITORI JOSEP IRLA)

16/10/2019, Comment off

Coffe Break

Pati de les Magnòlies

16/10/2019, Comment off

Parallel session 2 “Metaphor, Creativity and Science”

“Shakespeare’s Genesis: Poetry, Emergence, and Biosemiotics.”

>Timothy Ryan Day (Saint Louis University-Madrid)

“The Power of Artistic Imagery to represent the ideas of Science.”

>Igal Galili (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

16/10/2019, Comment off

Parallel session 1 “Literature & Medicine”

“Deprivation and Attachment in William Faulkner’s Pylon: A Darwinian Alternative to the Freudian Family.”

>Michael Wainwright (Royal Holloway, University of London)

 
“Turning the aristocrat into a doctor and the doctor into an aristòcrata.”

>Ana Carneiro, Teresa Salomé, Isabel Amaral (Interuniversity Centre for the History of Science and Technology (CIUHCT), NOVA-New University of Lisbon)