>From: "C. Schonfeld" <[log in to unmask]>
>Call for Papers
>9th Galway Colloquium 2004
>Department of German, National University of Ireland, Galway
>Literature to Film - Film to Literature
>2-4 April 2004
>This international conference aims to explore themes relating to the
>boundary between the text and the moving image within German-speaking
>culture by examining a broad range of topics centred around:
>1) Processes of transposition: German/Austrian/Swiss film adaptations
>2) German-language writing adapted for the screen
>3) The influence of cinema and the visual media on German-language
>4) The theory and art of adaptation
>*Elisabeth Bronfen will feature as one of the keynote speakers.
>*Ralf Schmerberg's highly acclaimed film 'Poem' (2003) - an adaptation
>of 19 German poems - will be presented. We hope that the director will
>introduce his work and engage in a discussion about it.
>An edited volume based on papers presented at this conference will be
>This revival of the Galway Colloquium will also provide an opportunity
>to say farewell to our colleague Prof. Eoin Bourke who will be retiring
>at the end of the academic year 2003/04. Eoin, together with Róisín Ní
>Néill, initiated the Colloquium in 1984.
>200-300 word abstracts should be sent to the conference organisers by
>15 September 2003.
>Dr Hermann Rasche and Dr Christiane Schönfeld
>Department of German
>National University of Ireland, Galway
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