DAY ONE │ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26

4.00 pm Registration

5.00-6.00 pm Opening Remarks:

FLORIAN ZAPPE & ANDREW S. GROSS (Goettingen)

6.00-7.00 pm Opening Keynote:

Introduction by Florian Zappe

GARRETT STEWART (Iowa): Surveillancinema: Critique or Capitulation?

7.30 pm Reception

DAY TWO │ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27

10.00-12.00 am Panel 1:

Chair: Andrew S. Gross

DIETMAR KAMMERER (Marburg): Metaphor. Scenario. Experience. Why We Have to Study the Images of Surveillance

INES DORIAN GÜTT (Berlin): Surveillance Art – Visible Bits from the Hidden Landscape

MAREK PARYŻ (Warsaw): Surveillance and Paranoia in Andrew Dominik’s Film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

10.00-12.00 am Student Forum Panel 1 (Parallel Session):

Organized by MARLEEN KNIPPING & SUSANN KÖHLER (Goettingen)

12.00-1.30 pm Lunch

1.30-3.30 pm Panel 2:

Chair: Babette B. Tischleder

BIRGIT DÄWES (Flensburg): Flickers of Vision: Surveillance and the Uncertainty Paradigm in Dave Eggers’s The Circle

JOHANNES VÖLZ (Frankfurt): Surveillance, Privacy, and the New Sincerity Movement

ANDREW S. GROSS (Goettingen): Black Box:  Spying, Literature, and Surveillance

3.30-4.00 pm Coffee Break

4.00-6.00 pm Panel 3:

Chair: Barbara Schaff

BERNHARD H. F. TAURECK (Braunschweig): From Gnosticism to Hamlet and to NSA. Different Types and Limits of Surveillance and Resistance

BETIEL WASIHUN (Oxford): Kafka, Orwell and Ulrich Peltzer’s Post 9/11 Novel Teil der Lösung

PIERRE-ANTOINE CHARDEL (Paris): Ethical Perspectives on Mobility and Identity in the Age of Suspicion

7.30 pm Conference Dinner

DAY THREE│ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28

10.00-12.00 am Panel 4:

Chair: Brigitte Glaser

CAREN MYERS MORRISON (Atlanta): Police Body Cameras and the Illusion of Truth

GEORGIANA BANITA (Bamberg): The Signifying Hoodie: Race, Surveillance, and Invisibility between the Middle Passage and the Police

SILKE JÄRVENPÄÄ (Munich): Rap vs. Big Brother: The Conscious and the Comical

10.00-12.00 am Student Forum Panel 2 (Parallel Session):

Organized by MARLEEN KNIPPING & SUSANN KÖHLER (Goettingen)

12.00-1.30 pm Lunch

1.30-3.30 pm Panel 5:

Chair: Lars Klein

STEPHAN KUHL (Frankfurt): The Aesthetics of Surveillance and the Process of Allegorical Reading

BÄRBEL HARJU (Munich) : Monitoring the Private Self: Surveillance, Confessional Culture, and the Transformation of Privacy in Contemporary America

FELIX HAASE (Jena): Data = Language? Sorting out the Relation between Surveillance and Identity Formation in Super Sad True Love Story

3.30-4.00 pm Coffee Break

4.00-6.00 pm Panel 6:

Chair: Kirsten Sandrock

ANNA PORĘBSKA (Katowice): Binarity and Refactoring of the Real in the Post-9/11 Culture of Surveillance

VADIM NEKLYUDOV (Dusseldorf): Anti Facial Recognition Culture in Comics and Mangas

ZEKE SABER (Los Angeles): Detection, Self-Surveillance, and Paranoia from New Hollywood Conspiracy Cinema to the Popular Sphere

6.00 pm Closing Remarks

 

 

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