Univerzitet u Banjoj Luci, Filološki fakultet
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Conference programme



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Friday 12 June
9.00 – 16.00    Registration                                                   Faculty of Philology, 2nd Floor Foyer
9.00 – 10.00    Coffee                                                           Faculty of Philology, 2nd Floor Foyer
10.00 – 10.15  Welcoming Address from the conference organisers, Room 7
10.15 – 11.15  Plenary Address: John Frederick Bailyn (State University of New York, Stony Brook), The Politics of Language (not the language of politics!), Room 7
11.15 – 11.30  Coffee break, 2nd Floor Foyer
Panel 1a                     11.30 – 13.30 Room 8
Chair: Simon Zupan
Simon Zupan (University of Maribor), The Role of Syntax in Note-taking for Consecutive Interpreters
Gabrijela Perišić (Independent Scholar, Banja Luka), Lexis in the Translation of Tony Parsons' novels into the Serbian Language
Amira Sadiković (University of Sarajevo), Translator’s Agency: A Case Study of Bosnian Literature in Translation
Nevena Vučen (University of Banja Luka), Syntactic Competence within the Translation Process
Rana Hafez (American University in Cairo), Factors Affecting Code Switching between Arabic and English
Panel 1b                     11.30 – 13.30 Room 9
Chair: Sanja Josifović-Elezović
Danijela Kulić and Savka Blagojević (University of Priština / University of Niš), A New Concept in FLT: Developing Multiliteracy through Language Skills Integration
Randy S. Magdaluyo (De La Salle University Manila), Write It Right: Organizational Structures and Features of Freshman Compositions in a Multilingual Setting
Rıdvan Tuncel, Çağlar Ariz and Sehla Betül Durceylan (Anadolu University / Eskişehir Osmangazi University / Eskişehir Cumhuriyet Anatolian High School), The Importance of Teaching Pragmatic Competence through Task-based Language Teaching
Sanja Josifović-Elezović and Svetlana Mitić (University of Banja Luka), Reciprocal Peer Learning for Pre-service English Language Teacher Education at Banja Luka University: A Case Study

Panel 1c                     11.30 – 13.30 Room 7
Chair: Božica Jović
Minja Arslanagić-Tutić (University of Sarajevo), Julian Barnes, "England, England": Remaking History
Miroslav Čurčić (University of Kragujevac), Post-apocalypse, Eco-criticism, and the Economics of Scarcity in Cormack McCarthy’s "The Road" and Margaret Atwood’s "MaddAddam" Trilogy
Božica Jović (University of East Sarajevo), The Interrelationship between Art and Life in Alasdair Gray’s "Lanark: A Life in Four Books"
Milena Nikolić (University of Belgrade), Margaret Atwood’s Gertrude and Penelope: An Ontological Perspective
Olivera Petrović-Tomanić (University of East Sarajevo), Postmodern British Novel: - Changing the Literary-National Paradigms – from the "English Novel" - to the Novel Written in English Language
Tatjana Dumitrašković (University of East Sarajevo), Power and Authority – Two Critical Disturbing Forces within the Universe of Shakespeare`s "Coriolanus"
13.30 – 14.30  Lunch Break, 2nd Floor Foyer
Panel 2a                     14.30 – 16.30 Room 7
Chair: Emilia Musap
Ognjen Kurteš (University of East Sarajevo), The Poetics of Jane Eyre
Branko Marijanović (University of Mostar), "The Center Cannot Hold": Civilizational Contents and Discontents in Bronte’s "Wuthering Heights", Gaskell’s "North and South" and Forster’s "Howards End"
Emilia Musap (University of Zadar), Humanizing the Monstrous – "The Vampire Next Door"
Jovana Tomić and Ana Zdravković (University of Kragujevac), Heroes and Demons in the Old English Literature as a Reflection of a Primeval Consciousness
Panel 2b                     14.30 – 16.30 Room 8
Chair: Lena Petrović
Lena Petrović (University of Niš), A Transformation or Misinterpretation of a Tradition?: - Conrad’s Darkness in Naipaul’s "A Bend in the River"
Khawla Al-Zahli (Sultan Qaboos University), How Can We Explain the Different Reactions of Eastern Muslims and Western Christians to Nagib Mahfouz’s Novel "Children of Gebelawi"?
Augustine Andem (Bowen University), Is African Literature Written in European Languages African or Metropolitan Literature?
Bernard Bem Assoh (English/French Nigeria Police Academy), Conflict of Values in Chinua Achebe’s "Dead Men’s Path"
Abdul Wadood Khan (King Saud University), Metaphors of Translingualism in the Novels of Khaled Hosseini

Panel 2c                     14.30 – 16.30 Room 9
Chair: Azamat Akbarov
Vesna Polovina, Branislav Ivanović and Natalija Panić Cerovski (University of Belgrade), Rhetorical Function of Proverbs in English, German and Serbian
Minja Radonja (University of East Sarajevo), Modality in Television Advertising
Azamat Akbarov (International Burch University), Exploring Gender, Age and Proficiency Level in the Use of Learning Strategies
16.30 – 17.00  Coffee break, 2nd Floor Foyer
17.00 – 18.00  Guest Speaker: Dijana Jelača (St. John’s University), The Latency of Culture: On the Alternative Pathways to Remembering (and Forgetting), Room 7
20.00   Conference Dinner     Restaurant "Slobodni um" (University campus)
Saturday 13 June
9.00 – 11.00    Registration                                                   Faculty of Philology, 2nd Floor Foyer
Panel 4a         09.30 – 11.30             Room 8
Chair: Lidija Beko
Anita Selec (University of Banja Luka), Incorporating Social Media in Foreign Language Teaching
Jasna Trajić (Independent Scholar, Serbia), English Teaching Issue with Serbian Pupils with Special Education Needs
Lidija Beko (University of Belgrade), Unfolding CLIL in Tertiary Education: A Case of Serbia
Jelena Vojinović-Kostić (University of Belgrade), The Role of Language Adaptation in the Cultural Identification / Case study: the Refugees from the Municipality of Bosanski Petrovac in Vojvodina
Dalibor Kesić (University of Banja Luka), Translation and Interpretation Conventions
Panel 4b         09.30 – 11.30             Room 9
Chair: Danijela Majstorović
Sandra Vitković (University of Kragujevac), The Eco-Relevance of Contemporary Literary Theories
Dijana Zrnić (University of Banja Luka), New Criticism and Legal Formalism
Danijela Majstorović (University of Banja Luka), (Un)Doing Feminism in Post-Yugoslav Media Spaces
Željka Kordić (University of Zadar), The Walking Dead: Reconstructing the Spatial Boundaries
Biljana Vlašković Ilić (University of Kragujevac), Engaged Literature as Art, Prerogative, and Obligation
11.30 – 12.30  Plenary Address: Wim van Mierlo (Loughborough University), Beyond the Text: A Critical Eco-System for Literary Manuscripts, Room 7
12.30 – 13.00  Coffee break, 2nd Floor Foyer
Panel 5a         13.00 – 15.00             Room 8
Chair: Selma Raljević
Selma Raljević (Džemal Bijedić University of Mostar), The Contemporaneity of Sandra Cisneros’s "Caramelo"
Anida Hadžić (Sarajevo School of Science and Technology), Doctorow’s Disneyland
Mladen M. Jakovljević (University of Priština), Do Androids Dream of the Modern Prometheus?
Marija Letić (University of East Sarajevo), The "Small World" of Malcolm Bradbury
Bojan Međedović and Tanja Petrović (University of East Sarajevo), Mythology for England
Panel 5b         13.00 – 15.00             Room 9
Chair: Miloš D. Đurić
Sofija Bilandžija and Borko Kovačević (University of Belgrade), On the Notion of Control and the Semantics of the Causative Constructions in English, Norwegian and Serbian
Iulia Drăghici (University of Bucharest), Beauty and the Beast: The Terminology of Cosmetics in Romanian Dictionaries
Maja Đukanović Ivan Knjižar (University of Belgrade), Idioms in Textbooks of Slovene and Serbian as Foreign Languages
Miloš D. Đurić (University of Belgrade), Discourse Markers in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Discourses
Ljerka Jeftić (University of East Sarajevo), How the Copenhagen Criteria Changed Europe: Perceptions from ‘Both Sides of the Fence’
Vesna Lazović (University of Novi Sad), How to P(l)ay with Words? - Figurative Language in Online Bank Advertisements
Monika Kragulj (University of Banja Luka), Strategies of Translating Culturally Challenging Texts
15:00 – Closing of the Conference Room 7






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