Spring/Summer 2006 American Studies in Greece Newsletter of the Hellenic Association for American Studies IN THIS ISSUE: 2006 EAAS International Conference, Cyprus 2007 HELAAS Graduate Student Conference, Aristotle University 2006 HELAAS Symposium, History Center, Thessaloniki HELAAS List-serv www.enl.auth.gr/HELAAS 2 Contents HELAAS Board 2 Editorial 3 EAAS International Conference 5 EAAS Related Events 7 Recent HELAAS Events 9 Calls for Papers 10 HELAAS Inaugural Graduate Student Conference 10 Members’ Publications 15 New Members 15 Other News 15 HELAAS List-serv 15 HELAAS Subscriptions 16 HELAAS Board 2005-2007 PRESIDENT: Dora Tsimpouki, University of Athens, Faculty of English Studies, School of Philosophy, University Campus Zografou, GR 157 84, Athens, Greece, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org VICE-PRESIDENT: Smatie Yemenedzi-Malathouni, Department of American Literature and Culture, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus, GR 541 24, Thessaloniki, Greece, e-mail: email@example.com SECRETARY: Eleftheria Arapoglou, Department of American Literature and Culture, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus, GR 541 24 Thessaloniki, Greece, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org TREASURER: Tatiani Rapatzikou, Department of American Literature and Culture, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus, GR 541 24 Thessaloniki, Greece, e-mail: email@example.com MEMBER: Zoe Detsi-Diamanti, Department of American Literature and Culture, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus, GR 541 24 Thessaloniki, Greece, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Editorial The HELAAS board would like to extend their wishes to all of you for a relaxing and enjoyable summer. In the coming academic year, we hope to work closely with you to promote the research, study and teaching of American civilization in Greece in the areas of humanities, social and applied sciences. In this issue (pp. 4, 5, 6, 7) you will find information about, reports on, and photographs from the 2006 International EAAS Conference "Conformism, Non-Conformism, and Anti- Conformism in the Culture of the United States" which took place in Nicosia, Cyprus, between April 7 and 10, 2006. Several HELAAS members organized workshops and presented individual papers: Nephie Christodoulides, Dimitris Liokaftos, Helena Maragou, Tatiani Rapatzikou (see panel report on pp. 5, 6), and Anastasia Stefanidou (see individual paper report on pp. 6, 7). Regarding our future activities, HELAAS is organizing, for the first time in Greece, an International Graduate Student Conference—also open to Young Scholars—on “Ex-centric Narratives, Identity and Multivocality in Anglo-American Cultures.” The conference will take place between March 15th and March 18th, 2007 and will be hosted by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Our goal is to give the opportunity to young scholars, who are in the process of completing or have just completed their graduate work, to meet their colleagues and exchange ideas on topics of mutual interest. We do hope to attract as many graduate students as possible to this international event, and we have already received several promising abstracts. For more information on the conference, the call for papers and guidelines for submissions, please consult pages 10, 11 of this newsletter. The organizing committee consists of: Smatie Yemenetzi-Malathouni, Dora Tsimpouki, Zoe Detsi, Tatiani Rapatzikou, and Eleftheria Arapoglou. HELAAS will also be hosting a symposium in Greek on “The Future of American Studies in Greece” («Τάζεις και Προοπηικές ηων Αμερικανικών Σποσδών ζηην Ελλάδα») to take place on Saturday November 25th, 2006, in the History Center (Μέγαρο Μπίλλη) in Thessaloniki. A schedule will be posted on the HELAAS website shortly. Please, contact the symposium organizer and HELAAS secretary, Dr. Eleftheria Arapoglou <email@example.com>, with queries about the event. As announced in the winter newsletter, HELAAS has launched an E- forum, in the context of which members are now able to interact 4 and exchange views or share information (see relevant report on pp. 15, 16). The E-forum is accessible through the HELAAS web site and HELAAS members have already been informed about accessibility to it. If you, nevertheless, have any questions or queries, please consult HELAAS treasurer, Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou <firstname.lastname@example.org> , or the list-serv administrator, Paschalia Patsala <email@example.com>. With my very best wishes, Professor Dora Tsimpouki firstname.lastname@example.org Pictures from the 2006 EAAS Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus (Courtesy: Dr. Antonis Balasopoulos) 5 EAAS International Embassy reception, a highly Conference emotional poetry evening with Greek-Cypriot and Turkish- April 7-10, 2006 Cypriot poets at the historic Nicosia, Cyrpus Ledra Palace Hotel, and a very festive closing reception Plenary Speakers: hosted by the University of Professor Donald Pease Cyprus and the Cyprus (Dartmouth College), Tourism Organization. Also Professor Peter Loizos featured was a book exhibit (London School of Economics) including new academic titles Professor Sophie Body- in American Studies by several Gendrot (Paris IV-Sorbonne). major presses, HELAAS and EAAS publications, and local The European Association for Anglophone Literature. Several American Studies Conference, books not sold during the which convened at the exhibit were donated to the University of Cyprus from 7-10 American Studies collection of April 2006, proved a great the University of Cyprus. organizational success and met with unanimous and frequently Antonis Balasopoulos, enthusiastic praise from EAAS University of Cyprus Board officers and individual -------------------------------- delegates. The conference was Report on Workshop 24 organized through the Cyberspace Revisited: collaboration of HELAAS and Digital Revolution vs. members of the Department of Transnational Digital English at the University of Convergence Cyprus (Assistant Professor Antonis Balasopoulos as head Chairs: of the Organizing Committee, Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou, Professor Stephanos Aristotle University of Stephanides, Dr. Nephie Thessaloniki, Greece; Christodoulides, and Professor Gilles Menegaldo, department secretary Thekla University of Poitiers, France. Cosntantinou). Over the four days of the event, the The four papers presented in university hosted this interdisciplinary workshop approximately 300 delegates commented on digital and visitors. The conference technologies from a variety of program featured three perspectives. In particular, plenary lectures, seven parallel Mokhtar Ben Barka (France) lectures, twenty-five talked about the way religious workshops and five shoptalks. collectivity, consciousness and Among the other activities of choice have been reformulated the conference were a US- and reshaped with the advent 6 of the WWW, which he views limitless choices that the WWW as a new space allowing for offers to internet users today. new forms of religious participation to be performed. Tatiani Rapatzikou, Arthur Redding (Canada) Aristotle University focused on the emergence of a cyber economy and its Report on Anastasia threatening impact on the Stefanidou’s paper entitled ideological rights of labor “Diasporics of Identity: workers. He contends that the Audre Lorde and Olga transformation of labor into an Broumas” presented in immaterial and cybernetically- Workshop 3, Session 2, run force has now led to new Poetickal Bombshells forms of identity-production, transforming labor from a Stefanidou’s paper focused on mere economic to a social, the negotiation of difference in cultural and political power. the poetry of Audre Lorde, an Tatiani Rapatzikou (Greece) African-American writer, and concentrated on the Olga Broumas, a Greek- examination of the conceptions American poet. Although their and misconceptions that have poetics and politics were been surrounding print and fermented within different but electronic literary production not dissimilar social, cultural, nowadays. She further and political circumstances and examined the extent to which movements, Lorde and the convergence of literature Broumas converge in their and technology, since the late persistent call for an adaptable 80s, has promoted as well as and expansive identity whose endangered the development resilience lies in its ability to and dissemination of literary embrace and nurture texts due to the reading and difference. Both writers writing habits that the WWW traverse boundaries and has introduced and facilitated. eradicate binaries to Last, Claudia Schwarz underwrite the multiplicity of (Austria) talked about the the locations of the self and to constructive nature of propose difference as cyberspace by concentrating fundamental to the emergence on the role of “The End of the and enunciation of identity. Web” pages. Serving as Their poetry is not merely a hoaxes, these web pages text to be read. More satirize their own fakeness and importantly, their poetry is an inconsequentiality. Whether act of resistance and self- their existence denotes preservation to be performed. technical insufficiency or Both the writer and the reader neglect is open to are asked not only to share the consideration. They do mark, responsibility to overcome though, a reaction against the social and political nightmares 7 but also to partake of the country itself. It is no longer a creation of humanhood where question of what “America” is, people are connected through but of what people do with the or because of their difference. many available “Americas.” Broumas and Lorde claim that Narratives of America are used unless we represent ourselves and abused for specific by constructing a space of political, cultural, and social belonging, a new home within purposes, each one related in the self, where all the multiple some way to a piece of reality aspects of ourselves energize that is the U.S. but each one each other reciprocally, we also possessing a life and a cannot begin to confront or power of its own. Readings revise discourses that seek to (both literary and visual) have posit difference in the exterior. been created and claimed even Identity must speak in its by those who have had little or distinct tongues and thrive on no contact with the U.S.A. its own diversity. They have differed wildly between historical periods, Anastasia Stefanidou, generations, nations, and Aristotle University political perspectives, and have ---------------------------------- been as much empowering (freedom, individualism) as EAAS Related Events denigrating (inequality, violence) in their intent. Such ● EJAS Special Issue: narratives are inseparable Reading / Misreading from power relations and social “America” hierarchies, but these relations play out in different ways and Deadline for submissions: can be equally enabling and October 15, 2006 debilitating. As part of its goal to broaden EJAS invites articles from all American Studies and to foster disciplines and approaches to a transEuropean “academic examine the causes and space” for discussing the consequences of these United States, EJAS would like readings/interpretations of to devote an issue to America: investigating the many representations of “America,” - How have narratives and and how and why they are images of the U.S.A. been used in particular contexts. used in Europe in support of particular (political/ Narratives and images of the cultural/social) causes-- U.S. and what is “American” including U.S. foreign policy have so multiplied and become itself? globalized that they have become detached from the 8 - How have Americans mis- accretive issues will be closed read their own country--and each June and December. themselves? ● EJAS Bibliography of - Why are certain readings of Books on American “America” particularly Studies published in attractive in particular Europe European countries, and what are the consequences? Deadline for submissions to HELAAS secretary: - Is it possible to “misread” September 15th, 2006 America when its identities are so fluid and multifaceted? The EAAS Board and the new Editorial Committee of EJAS - Translating America: How recently discussed the crucial have cultural preferences in need to increase the visibility Europe affected the adoption / of European research in translation of particular US American Studies. literary canons and specific An examination of most authors? bibliographies in European journals, books and articles EJAS does not accept abstracts seems to demonstrate that and proposals. Only Europeans themselves very completed articles, in little read and benefit from the compliance with the work of their European submission guidelines colleagues, however posted on the EJAS website understandable it may be that will be considered for most of the sources quoted publication. emanate from the U.S., where the bulk of pertinent research Read, and/or contribute to the is naturally conducted. European Journal of American Studies at There is, however, an http://ejas.revues.org abundance of rich European All necessary information material that is hardly ever (modalities of submission, tapped, even by European format, address of the editors scholars and researchers. Part in the respective fields of of the problem lies with the study, etc) can be found on lack of visibility of many the site, under one of the publications by Europeans, in rubrics in the left-hand column spite of efforts deployed in the of the screen. "reviews" section of the EAAS website and frequent mentions The Journal will post articles in the EAAS Newsletter. online in the regular issue as soon as they are accepted and The recent creation--and cleared for publication. The flexibility--of EJAS has 9 prompted EAAS to invite all e.g.: European associations to ADAGGIO, Gertrud, Columbus provide a list of the most Meets the Egg, Middletown: significant books (up to 50) University Press, 1990, 6578 published in English by their pages. Preface by G.W. Push; members on American index of names and subject subjects over the last 25 matter, bibliography pp. 6566- years. 6578. [Based on a thorough Subsequently, a special section examination of recently on the EJAS site will be unearthed secret instructions dedicated to the listing of of the Spanish Court, the book book-length publications in documents Chris's eager quest English by members of EAAS, for an anti-bird flu vaccine in making fairly recent research the New World.] in the field available to all. If a website can be given HELAAS invites ALL its where the book can be members to send to procured, please indicate it. HELAAS secretary, Dr. Eleftheria Arapoglou Recent HELAAS Events <email@example.com>, a bibliography of their ● Eastern Church books published in the last 25 Gospel Performance in years and dealing with Thessaloniki American Studies. The deadline for the submission of The third celebration of Black this information is September History Month in Greece was 15th, 2006. No late commemorated this year with submissions will be accepted a special event. HELAAS, as the EAAS deadline for together with the American inclusion of the information in Consul, the Municipal and EJAS is strict. Aristotle University authorities in Thessaloniki, undertook the The bibliography must include local organization of the gospel the necessary publishing data, event which took place on as per the following formula: February 22nd, 2006 at the Aristotle University Aula. NAME, First name, Title, Place Students, the public and of publication: Publisher, date members of staff had the of publication, number of opportunity to attend a pages, indication of the spectacular and unique event. presence of a preface, an After appearing in Athens, the index, a bibliography. choir and band of Eastern Star An extremely brief description Church from Indianapolis, of the contents (2 or 3 lines), U.S., also traveled to if not clear from the title, must Thessaloniki for one and only be included. performance. The Eastern 10 Star Church was founded in various fields and disciplines to 1920 and is considered a conference which is nowadays to be one of the organized at the Aristotle largest African American University Campus. churches in the Midwest. It The conference, which is the was Yvette Jarvis who met the first of its kind to be held in choir in 2003 and invited them Greece, invites papers that to our country. On the night of address the concepts of de- the event, the choir performed centrism and ex-centrism songs from its recent CD within a globalized context release entitled Lord I Worship where borders between the (2000) under the direction of canonical and the other are Minister of Music Sherri being contested. Within this Garrison. context, individual cultures and For more information individual writers and artists concerning Black History are now viewed as participants Month, please visit: in an intercultural and multiple <www.infoplease.com/spot/ exchange of experiences and bhm1.html> perspectives in their attempt For those wishing to find out to move beyond “boundaries.” more about Eastern Star With the peripheral having now Church, please go to: become the center of <www.easternstarchurch.org> contemporary culture, this conference is interested in Calls for Papers examining cultural and literary diversity that have merged ● HELAAS Graduate from the reciprocal traffic of Student International ideas and influences between Conference Inaugural cultures, politics, aesthetics and disciplines with an “Ex-centric Narratives, emphasis on identity as a site Identity and of crisis and fragmentation. Multivocality in Anglo- To investigate the newly American Cultures” created political and socio- cultural reality as well as the March 15-18, 2007 literary and artistic aesthetics, prospective participants are The Hellenic Association for encouraged to contribute American Studies, and the paper proposals relating to the Department of American conference theme, in the fields Literature and Culture of the of literature, history, film, School of English of Aristotle language, pedagogy, University aim to bring psychology, music, art, together Greek and foreign politics, economics, and law. graduate students (MA & PhD) Ex-centricity, identity and as well as young scholars at multivocality may be examined the start of their careers from in relation to one of the 11 suggested topics below, the E-mail to: list not being exhaustive. <firstname.lastname@example.org> Or post to: • Personal Boundaries in the “Ex-centric Narratives”, 2007 Negotiation of Identity HELAAS Graduate Conference, • Locality and Belonging School of English, • Place and Identity Department of American • Contested Landscapes/ Literature and Culture, Contested Narratives Aristotle University of • Local v/s transnational Thessaloniki, Greece, 54 124 politics • Setting boundaries / ● “The Self in North Transcending Boundaries; American Culture: Spatial and Social Organization Comparative • Ethnic Groups/Minorities/ Perspectives” Immigration/Alienation/Exile • Local vs. Global: Shifting Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2006 Borders and Hybrid Identities • Doppelganger metaphor / Dpt. of Am. Literature and Otherness Culture, Bilkent University, • Polyphony vs. Authorial Ankara, Turkey voices in politics/history, philosophy, psychology, The conference will examine sociology, journalism/law. selfhood today and in the past • Gender / Racial identity and will be interdisciplinary in • New Novels / Old Narratives scope, soliciting contributions • Multileveledness /Politext / from scholars working in the Hypertexts humanities and social sciences, • Intertextuality in such fields as literary, • Peripheral/Marginal historical, film, media, gender, • Postcolonial Narratives race, and ethnic studies. • Cultural Preservations and Presenters will focus on Electronic Technologies representations of the self in • Embodiment/Disembodiment North American culture and • World English the discourses of the social • Semantics sciences in both the past and present. Moreover, in line with Selected papers will be recent scholarship, the published in electronic and conference will attempt to get hard copy format. beyond rigid dichotomies of the private and the public, the Please submit a 250-300 word personal and the political, and abstract, for a 20 minute will aim to explore the manner presentation and a short bio to in which the self is constructed the address below. Deadline: within various social, cultural, October 31, 2006. and historical contexts. 12 Suggested topics and themes The deadline for submitting include the following: the proposals is September 1, gendered self; the racialized 2006. self; the self and ethnic Send proposals to: identity; the self and the Dennis Bryson, Department politics of recognition; sexual of American Culture and orientation and the self; the Literature, Faculty of self in relation to the other; Humanities and Letters, intimacy, marriage, and the Bilkent University, 06800 self; emergent pathologies of Bilkent Ankara, TURKEY. the self, for example, the E-mail submissions (and narcissistic self; the queries with regard to the psychological effect of racial conference) are welcome. discrimination; technologies of Please send to: the self; psychotherapy and <email@example.com> the care of the self; representation of multiple ● Teaching “America” personality disorder in psychology and film; affectivity JAST, Journal of American and the self; the self from the Studies of Turkey, a perspective of cultural semiannual interdisciplinary psychology; psychoanalysis journal with international and the secrets of soul; authorship, invites the transitions in selfhood: from submission of essays for “character” to “personality”; a special issue on “Teaching instrumentalizing the self: the American Culture outside the measurement and United States.” management of personality; the self and political economy; Possible topics include, but are neo-liberalism and the not limited to: precarious self; and the self - What should American within the globalizing economic Studies curricula in locations context. outside the US seek to accomplish? The conference organizers - How does one present the US invite proposals for both within a disciplinary paradigm individual papers and panels. that promotes transnational Prospective presenters should and subnational American send an abstract of studies? approximately 400 words in - How is the teaching of length and a curriculum vitae. American culture affected by Proposals for panels should the lack of those conceptions include the abstracts and bios and misconceptions that of the individual participants provide American students along with a brief statement of perspectives on the the overall theme of the panel. constitution/reconstitution/ dissolution of "America"? 13 - What conceptions and ● 31st Annual misconceptions take their Conference of the place? What possibilities do American Studies they engender? Association of Turkey - How do curricular goals translate into the classroom: “Comparative Americas” what texts, contexts, events, and concepts are most November 8-10, 2006 important or most useful, and for what reasons? What For this conference proposals pedagogies are most are invited from within the successful? many disciplines of American Studies that focus on The editors also welcome “American” and “U.S.” Studies, reviews of books and films not by abandoning these related to the topic of this analytical frames but by special issue. (dis-)placing them within a comparative context. Deadline for submission of articles and reviews: 15 Possible panels may include: September 2006. - Comparative Historiographies - Multiculturalism and All correspondence and Multilingualism in the United manuscripts for this special States and Beyond issue should be directed - American Exceptionalism/ to the issue editor, Kevin R. Comparative Exceptionalisms McNamara, Ege - Atlantic or Pacific Crossings University/University of - Transnational and Trans- Houston-Clear Lake, locational Paradigms <firstname.lastname@example.org. - The Local, the Regional, the com> Global - Ethnic Studies in a Article manuscripts of 12-20 Comparative Frame double-spaced pages and book - Hybrid Americas vs. the or film reviews of 500-1000 Clash of Cultures words should be submitted as - Caribbean Cultures MS-Word attachments. - Civic vs. Ethnic or Religious All manuscripts should follow Identities the MLA Style. Identifying - Hemispheric Perspectives information should be placed - Comparative Approaches in on a separate title page. the Classroom For further information - Comparative Gender and regarding the special issue, Sexuality Studies contact the issue editor and include "JAST" in the subject Proposals are invited for line. individual papers, but proposals for panels of three to 14 four presenters and ● European Study roundtables of three to five Group for Nineteenth- presenters are especially Century American welcome. The deadline for Literature submission of all proposals is July 31, 2006. A one- to European scholars specializing two-page abstract that in 19th-century American summarizes the contents of literature are invited to join the panel or roundtable and its the European Study Group for relation to the conference, or, Nineteenth-Century American for individual papers, Literature, supported by EAAS. summarizes the paper and The rationale behind this suggests a panel or panels to project is to meet annually for which it may relate is two days and 1) discuss a requested. Also, a cv for all selected lesser-known work of prospective presenters must 19th-century literature which be submitted. All applicants participants will have read will be notified of the prior to the meeting (or a conference contents by theme that involves a variety September 1, 2006. of works); 2) discuss the current research of study Selected papers may be group participants; and 3) invited for submission (to be present and respond to considered for publication) in participants’ work-in-progress. the ASAT peer-reviewed The inaugural meeting will journal, the Journal of take place in Poznan, Poland, American Studies of Turkey. on September 9 and 10, 2006, and will focus on Fanny Please send your proposals or Fern's bestselling novel Ruth questions by email to Hall (1855). <email@example.com> addressed to the secretary of If you are interested in the ASAT conference: Dr. participating in this and/or Trevor Hope, Ankara future meetings, please email University Department of Magdalena Zapedowska, American Culture and School of English, Literature. Additional Adam Mickiewicz University, information may be found at al. Niepodleglosci 4, the ASAT website, 61-874 Poznan, Poland www.bilkent.edu.tr/~asat. tel. (+48 61) 829 3506 fax (+48 61) 852 3103 <firstname.lastname@example.org> 15 Members’ Publications co-edited a book entitled Metaphoricity and the Politics ● Halkias, Alexandra. The of Mobility (Rodopi) and Empty Cradle of Democracy: special issues of The European Sex, Abortion and Nationalism Journal of English Studies in Modern Greece. Duke [“Intimate Transfers,” 9.3 University Press, 2004. (2005)] and Gramma [“Wrestling Bodies,” 11 ● Kalogeras, Yiorgos, Eleftheria (2003)]. She is currently Arapoglou, and Linda Manney, researching the intersection of eds. Transcultural Localisms: whiteness and femininity in the Responding to Ethnicity in a work of white women writing Globalized World. 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