ICSAH and fellows

1st International Conference on Arts and Humanities, 23-25 June 2017, Alexander College, Larnaca, Cyprus

 

  

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Friday 23rd 

09.00: Presentation by Umberto Mondini.

Historical Section

09.30: Prof. Theodoros Mavrojannis, Ass. Professor of Ancient History, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Cyprus

«Il testamento regio di Cirene in favore di Roma nel 155 a.C. e la posizione di Cipro nel regno dei Tolomei». (It.)

10.00: Dr. Marios Kamenou, Phd Candidate, University of Cyprus 

«Il Culto Aniconico di Afrodite nell’antica Cipro». (It.)

10.30: Alina Kamenou, Phd Candidate, University of Cyprus

« Kourotrophic iconography in ancient Cyprus »

  

Oriental Section

11.00: Prof. Sandrine Prévot, Université Paris X Nanterre

«Pastoral Nomadism in India: an adaptation to Indian modernity.» (En.)

11.30: Umberto Mondini, Professor of History of Religions, Pontificia Universitas Salesiana Roma

«Pabuji: a Nomadic God.» (En.)

12.00: Dr. Francesca Rosati Mantovani, Phd Candidate, University of Leiden

''Islam in China. Muslim Women, ethnicity and the Islamic law in Linxia''. (En.)

12.30: Dr. Elena Musumeci, Sapienza Università di Roma

«Il Cambiamento tra gli Akha del sudest Asiatico.» (It.)


02.30 pm: Dr. Anita Agostini, Phd Candidate Chiang Mai University Thailand

«Genealogy of a Mission: The Case of the Eastern Burma Mission.» (En., in videoconference from Thailand)

02.45 pm: Sivia Berini, Sapienza Università di Roma

«La Medicina Tradizionale dei Mocovì del Chaco Argentino.» (It., in videoconference from Rome).

03.00 pm: Prof. Giuseppina Semola, Dante Alighieri Society

«Tre figure femminili Cipriote nella Letteratura Italiana.» (It.)

03.20 pm: Rowena Burlenghi, Language Center of the University of Cyprus

«La letteratura di viaggio a Cipro, il caso Baker.» (It.)


03.45 pm: BOOK LAUNCH

Dr. Francesca Rosati Mantovani: L’Islam in Cina, L’Asino d’Oro Edizioni. Roma 2017. (In Italian)

04,15 pm: Capt. Antonio Chialastri: La Vita del Pilota di Linea dopo Germanwings. IBN Roma 2017. (In Italian)

  


The victim as a cultural expression

2nd International Conference on Arts and Humanities, 5-8 June 2018, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM


  


Women who made history

3rd International Conference on Arts and Humanities, 4-7 June 2019, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM


  

4th June: 

09.00. Registration.

09,30: Welcome by the organizers.

10.00: Dr. Anna Natkanska, University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland: “Tu che sei stata me”. Analisi di alcuni esempi della poesia italiana femminista. (In Italian) 

10.30: Prof. Anna Tylusińska-Kowalska, University of Warszawa: “Dalla Bielorussia alla Siberia: vita breve e opera politica e sociale di grande umanità di Maria Bohuszewicz (1865-1887), cofondatrice e leader del “Wielki Proletariat”, la prima Internazionale polacca”. (In Italian).

11.00: Coffee Break.

11,15: Prof. Margherita Verdirame, Università di Catania: “Una protagonista del femminismo novecentesco italiano: Sibilla Aleramo”. (In Italian).

11.45: Dr. Oksana Gula, Ukrainian Research Institute (URIAARK):Valeria O'Connor-Vilinska: life as a memory”. (In English).

12,15: Prof. Margherita Cecchelli, Sapienza Università di Roma: Gli interventi di Elena, Vestina e Galla Patricia per la “costruzione” della Roma cristiana”. (In Italian).

12.45 Lunch Break.

14,30: Prof. Francesca Pandimiglio, ISS Midossi, MIUR: “La figura della donna artista dall’antichità al XXI secolo”. (In Italian).

15,00: Dr. Francesca Ceci, Musei Capitolini and Dr. Annarita Martini, Independent Researcher, “Fondare città, maledire città: le monete e la tripla vita di Didone, tra Fenicia, Cartagine e Roma”. (In Italian).

15,30: Dr. Sabina Antonini: Monumenta Orientalia:La vie des femmes qui ont vécu dans l’ancienne Arabie du Sud – la célèbre Arabia Felix – entre le ixesiècle avant J.-C. et le ive siècle après, sur le territoire du Yémen d’aujourd’hui”. (In French)

16,00: Dr. Maria Paola Del Moro, Museo dei Fori Imperiali and Dr. Daniela Tabò, Musei Capitolini: “Le trame del potere: la filatura e la tessitura come simboli di rango femminile”. (In Italian).

16,30. Dr. Valentina Limina, Università di Pisa: “Women, families, and strategies of power: the case of the gens Caecina” (centuries 1st-6th AD). (In English)

17.00: Dr. Monica Ricciardi, Collaboratrice Musei Vaticani, Roma: “Il pellegrinaggio di Egeria. Un ponte tra l’Occidente e l’Oriente”. (In Italian)

17.30: Dr. Sandrine Prevot, ICSAH, CEIAS, Paris, France and Prof. Umberto Mondini, ICSAH: “Bharat Mata, l’image de la femme idéale et l’idéologie patriarcale”. (In French)

  

5th June.

09.00: Welcome by the Rector Prof. Philippos Pouyioutas, H E the Ambassador of Italy Dr Andrea Cavallari, and Dr Christodoulos Hadjichristodoulou of the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation.

09.30: Prof. Mario Mastrangelo, Università Tor Vergata, Roma: “I Premi Nobel al Femminile: Un’Analisi Statistica”. (In Italian).

10,00: Prof. Franco Salvatori and Prof. Alessadro Ricci, Università di Tor Vergata, Roma: “Agli albori della globalizzazione: donne pirata e viaggiatrici che scoprirono il mondo”. (In Italian).

10,30: Prof. Paolo Giuntarelli, Università di Tor Vergata, Roma: “Esserci per Cambiare il Mondo: Tina Anselmi”. (In Italian).

11,00: Coffee Break.

11,15: Prof. Florinda Nardi, Università di Tor Vergata, Roma: “Donna, moglie, madre, attrice, poetessa, accademica: Isabella Andreini e le origini della Commedia dell’Arte”. (In Italian).

11,45: Prof. Cristiano Luciani, Università di Tor Vergata, Roma: Η μορφή της γυναίκας στη λογοτεχνία της Κρήτης και της Κύπρου κατά το 15ο μέχρι το 17ο αιώνα. (In Greek).

12,15: Dr. Alessandra Cerrito, Sovraintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali, Roma: “Il Laterano nella Tarda Antichità: Un’Area a Vocazione Femminile?”. (In Italian).

12,45: Lunch Break.

14,30: Dr. Christoffer Dahl, Swedish at University of Kristianstad: “Selma Lagerlöf in literature textbooks: Voices and Legitimations”. (In English).

15,00: Dr. Chrysovalantis Steiakakis, Open University of Cyprus: “Salome as the representation of the femme fatale icon in the art of the European Symbolism: An iconographical, sociological, psychoanalytical approach”. (In English).

15,30: Dr. Ida Ograjšek Gorenjak, University of Zagreb, Croatia: “Women journalists in interwar Yugoslavia”. (In English).

16.00: Dr. Frank Shapiro, Independent Researcher, Hebrew University, Jerusalem: “A Case for a Woman Pope”. (In English).

16,30: Dr. Dana Radler, Bucharest University of Economic Studies: “Olympian Gods and Mortals: Eurydice and Orpheus in Ion D. Sirbu’s Farwell, Europe!” (In English).

17,00: Giulia Moretti Cursi, Università di Tor Vergata, Roma: “L’arte del mostrare “lo intrinsico con lo estrinsico”: l’esaltazione delle virtù femminili nei disegni di Pirro Ligorio nell’inedito Ms. LONDON Coll. Del Duca Roberto Ferretti 216”. (In Italian).

17,30: : Dr. Nisreen T. Yousef, Middle East University, Jordan: “Depictions of Arab and Muslim Women in Shadow of the Swords”. (In English).

  

6 June

09.00: Prof. Berest Valeriia, NCCA-ROSIZO, Moscow, Russia: “Coming to Terms With Myth: A Personal Story of Alisa Poret”. (In English).

09.30: Dr. Ana Batinić, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia: “Marija Kumičić – a Croatian authoress and cultural worker“. (In English).

10.00: Dr. Brygida Pudełko, University of Opole, Opole, Poland: “Woman’s rebellion against social inequality in H.G. Wells’s Ann Veronica”. (In English).

10.30: Aureo Lustosa Guerios, Università di Padova: “Epidemics and Gender: the representation of Tuberculosis, Syphilis and Cholera as female in the 19th century literature”. (In English).

11.00: Coffee Break.

11.15: Antonella Piscitello, Università di Palermo: “Le donne che hanno fatto la Sicilia”. (In Italian).

11.45: Anna Hunanyan, Sapienza Università di Roma: “Lady Anna: Keran-Queen of Cilician Armenia and her Patriotic Actions towards the Country”. (In English).

12.45: Lunch Break.

14,30: Dr. Teodora Narcisa Giurgiu, University of Bucharest: “Art (Re)Presenting History: Anna and the King”. (In English).

15.00: Dr Dhiraj Kumar, Ambedkar University Delhi, India:  “Caste of Women – An inquiry into the differences in inter-caste marriages in a Adivasi Samaj and Other”. (In English).

15,30: Prof. Maria Angelillo, Università di Milano: “Gulabo Sapera: Gulabo Sapera and the creation of Kalbeliya dance”. (In English).

16.00: Prof. Preciado Valtierra Daniel Anselmo, Universidad Anáhuac México, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum: “Hildegard von Bingen: knowledge that becomes transmission”. (In English).

16.30: Dr Eirini Kampriani, University of Cyprus, Women writing through the looking glass; On the power and potential of disease autoethnography”(In English).

17.00: Cheng Gezhi, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, Le parcours du personnage féminin dans la réception du théâtre occidental en Chine au début du XXesiècle. (En Français). 

17.30: Abel Anderson J Okoro and Dr. Emmanuel A. Eneh, National Open University of Nigeria:

“Inspirational Impact Values Of A Hero/Shero: “Helen Keller”Who Redefined Deaf And Blind By Giving Meaning To Many Lives As Role Model”. (In English). 

18,00: Dr. Consuelo Ballarino, Sapienza Università di Roma: “Caterina Cornaro, L’Ultima Regina di Cipro”. (In Italian).

  

7 June

09.00: Soham Das & Bhagyashree Bagchi, Presidency University, Kolkata: “India: Who’s in Control?: Question of Agency of Women in Higher Politic”. (In English).

09.30: Prof. Rossitza Ivanova, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA and Prof. Tanya Darvenova, University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria: “In Plain Sight: Women, Representation and Advertising”. (In English).

10.00: Dr. Rossie Artemis, University of Nicosia: “Reading Love with Murdoch: Philosophy and Literature in the Work of Iris Murdoch”. (In English).

10.30: Dr. Ofélia Nikolova, Valdosta State University, Georgia, USA: “The Making of Marguerite Duras, a Visionary of Love and Loss in French Literary History”. (In English).

11.00: Coffee Break.

11.15: Dr. Elena Stoican, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies: “Women in transition: from (post)communist Romania to the United States”. (In English).

11.45: Dr. Dominika Czakon, Jagiellonian University, Poland: “The Polish Mother - woman who made history. The perpetuation of the figure in Polish art and culture”. (In English).

12.15: Dr. Leszek Sosnowski, Jagiellonian University, Poland: “Izydora Dambska: The Socrates of Cracow”. (In English). 

12.45: Dr. Natalia Anna Michna, Jagiellonian University, Poland: “A Feminist in a Patriarchal Academic Institution:The Life and Philosophy of the Polish Aesthetician Maria Gołaszewska (1926‒2015)”. (In English).