Wednesday 19th October

         

SESSIONS
 ROOM 1

 

SESSIONS
 ROOM 2

 

SESSIONS
 ROOM 3

     

9:00-9:30 OPENING SESSION

9:30-10:30 PLENARY SESSION 
MONIKA BEDNAREK, Language and Representation in Indigenous-Authored Television

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PANEL 1    (10:40-12:10)

 

PANEL 2    (10:40-12:10)

 

PANEL 3    (10:40-12:10)

Sonia Maria Melchiorre, The "Spare-Me-The Word Strategy" in Mainstream TV Series: Scriptwriting, Censorship and LGBT+ Audiences

 

Brian Goss, Mad Men (2007-2015) and the Road to Ideologised Capitalist Transcendence

 

Olivia Badoi, Putting a Stake through the Heart of the Issue: Rewriting the Vampire Narrative in the Context of The Black Lives Matter Movement

Mercedes Díez-Prados and Ana B. Cabrejas-Peñuelas, Co-Construction of Gender Roles through Character Interaction in the Most-Watched TV Series: The Case of Daenerys and Tokio

 

Andrea Bernardelli, Watchmen: History, Fiction, and Contemporaneity

 

Alicia Ricart Vayá and Miguel Ángel Jordán Enamorado, Analysis of Gender Differences Regarding the Use of Metadiscourse Markers in the Doctor-Patient Interaction of Two American TV Series

Andreea Rosca, How Cognitive Linguistics can Help us Decode Phrasal Verbs

 

Denis Newiak, Looking into TV Show to Prevent a Blackout Apocalypse

 

Tamara Drummond, From Hart to Hart to Vampire Diaries and Blindspot: (Gender) Identities in American TV Series

CHAIR: Francisco Ivorra

 

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COFFEE BREAK 12:10-12:40

 

 

 

 

 

PANEL 4    (12:40-14:10)

 

PANEL 5    (12:40-14:10)

 

PANEL 6     (12:40-14:10)

Christoph A. Buettner, Domestic Work as a Driver of Gendered Inequalities: MAID (U.S.A., Netflix 2021)

 

Joaquín Primo Pacheco, Fictional Dialogue and LGBT+ Representation in Queer as Folk

 

Giuseppe Raudino, Summertime: How Diversity and Relationships Are Depicted in a Popular Italian TV Series

Nieves Alberola, From Rags to Riches or Vice Versa? Food, Poverty and Gender in Wisteria Lane

 

Sally Burgess and Sheila María Doniz Linares, Fictional DTVSs as Data for Undergraduate Studies of Socio-Pragmatic and Linguistic Stereotyping

 

Paola Attolino, Turning "Diversity" into "Normality": The Idea of "Afroitalianness" in the Netflix Series Zero

Sheyla Moroni, Social Inequality as Narrative Conflict. Train: A Metaphor (Past and Future) for Social Struggle

 

Timothy Ryan Day, I See a Damaged Planet: Biosemiotics and Reconstituting the Human through Shakespeare in Station Eleven

 

María Concepción Brito-Vera and María Luz González-Rodríguez, Crossings and Assemblages of Matter and the Visual in the TV Series Hierro

CHAIR: Francisco Ivorra

 

CHAIR: Carmen Gregori Signes

 

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LUNCH BREAK 14:10-16:00

         

PANEL 7    (16:00-17:30)

 

PANEL 8   (16:00-18:00)

 

PANEL 9    (16:00-17:30)

Manel Mefteh, The Princess Culture and Beyond: A Frame Analysis of Multimodal Gender Stereotyping in Children Animated TV Series

 

Guillermo Martínez, A Statistical Insight into Script-Level Gender Characterization in Streaming TV Series

 

Dimitra Larochelle, Gender Representations in the Era of Resurgent Authoritarianism: The Case of Turkish Series

Carolina Toscano, Transgressive Mothering in Working Moms

 

Angelo Sollano, From Artificial Feelings through Suffered Womanhood to the Awareness of Being Superior: The (Linguistic) Evolution of Maeve Millay in Westworld

 

Mine Gencel Bek, Populism, Polarization and Popular in Turkish Netflix Series

Manana Rusieshvili-Cartledge and Rusudan Dolidze, The Fight between the Sexes: Gender Roles and Stereotypes in My Wife’s Girlfriends

 

Albert Martí Ferrer, 'The Waldo Moment' and How Populist Discourse Is Built

 

Sezen Kayhan, Hinted Homosexuality: Censorship and Control over Turkish Netflix Originals

 

 

Antonio Rivera Arnaldos, Transcultural Narratives: The Case of Spanish "Anime" TV Series

 

 

CHAIR:     Cristina Santaemilia

 

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18:10 -19:10 PLENARY SESSION 
THOMAS MESSERLI, Seriously Funny: The Margins of Humour in Netflix Stand-Up Comedy Specials

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Thursday 20th October

         

PANEL 10    (9:00-10:30)

 

PANEL 11    (9:00-10:30)

 

PANEL 12    (9:00-10:30)

Mariana Schwartz, Dressing a Feminist Dystopia: The Costume Design of Station Eleven

 

Eulàlia Rubio Panadès, Adult Material: Sexual Violence Representation After #MeToo

 

Isabel Córdoba Párraga, Attitudinal Positioning in Sexist Humour: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Andrea Sofía Regueira Martín, "There are Millennials who are like 40": Gen Z and Precarious Transitions to Adulthood in Hacks

 

Noemí Barrera-Rioja, How to Get Away with Rape: Privilege and Consent on Anatomy of a Scandal

 

Noelia Marques-Cobeta, Homosexuality and Humour: Analysing Stereotypes

Anna Bílá, The Multi-Diverse Character of Why Women Kill: A Semiotic Approach

 

Verena Minow, Conceptualisations of Fatherhood in The Mandalorian

 

Jacopo Pinna and Raimonda Collegiani, Compliments in Sitcoms: Communication between Women and Men in The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother

CHAIR: Andreea Rosca

 

CHAIR: Dina Pedro

 

CHAIR: Patricia Palomino-Manjon

         

10:40-11:40 PLENARY SESSION
ROBERTA PIAZZA, The Ideological Fictionality of Documentary Series on Gypsies and Travellers

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COFFEE BREAK 11:40-12:10

PANEL 13   (12:10-13:40)

 

PANEL 14   (12:10-13:40)

 

PANEL 15    (12:10-13:40)

Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo, 'No Planet for Old Men': Anti-Boomer Sentiment and the Representation of the Aged in Altered Carbon

 

Jorge Martínez-Lucena, The Clinic of Emptiness in the TV Series Euphoria

 

Javier Acevedo, Queer Virtuality: Identity and Exile in Élite's Online Community

Sara Corrizzato and Silvia Cavalieri, "A house is much more than a home. It's family": The Linguistic Construction of Black LGBTQ Identities in Pose

 

Pilar Illanes Vicioso, Shifting Docility in Hegemonic Male Bodies in Euphoria

 

Maria T. Soto-Sanfiel and Isabel Villegas Simón, LGTBIQ+ Activism in the Creation of Characters for TV Series

Carmen Maíz-Arévalo, Out and Proud! A Pragmalinguistic Analysis of Fictional and Real Coming Out Speeches

 

Laura Calvo Gens, Gazing the Desires of Images: Subversions and Revisions through the Visual and Cultural References of Euphoria

 

Juan-José Sánchez-Soriano, LGTBI+ TV Series in the United States of America: A Critical Analysis

CHAIR: Laura Monrós Gaspar??

 

CHAIR: Laura Monrós Gaspar??

 

CHAIRS:      Patricia Palomino-Manjon/Rafel Ventura

LUNCH BREAK 13:40-16:00

PANEL 16    (16:00-17:30)

 

PANEL 17    (16:00-17:30)

 

PANEL 18    (16:00-17:30)

Cristina M. Tello, "You can say fat. You say it all the time": Characterising the Fat Female Body in Shrill

 

Cristina Santaemilia, "This was my Heartstopper”: Fandom Queering and Canon Queerbaiting in Supernatural (2005-2020), Merlin (2008-2012), and Sherlock (2010-2017)

 

Valeria Franceschi and Valentina Romanzi, Parental Androids: An Analysis of Non-Normative Care Discourse in Contemporary Televised Science Fiction

Sofia Duarte, "When things fall apart, we find out who we really are": Human-Animal Hybridity in Netflix’s Sweet Tooth (2021 –)

 

Diana Ortega Martín, Affects, Effects, and Impacts: The Role of Social Inequality in Shane Meadows’ The Virtues (2019)

 

Gianmarco Vignozzi, "I do drink red wine. But I also drink white wine": A Multimodal Discourse Analysis of Coming Out Narratives in TV Series

Adrian Castro, Puppets and Gender: A Corpus Stylistic Approach to the Language of Fantasy TV Series

 

María Ángeles Toda Iglesia, Character Formulas and Gender Difference: The Female Helper in CBS’s Elementary

 

Joanna Byszuk and Bartłomiej Kunda, Coping Strategies Used by Male Young Adults in Contemporary TV Series

CHAIR:      Carmen Maíz Arévalo

 

CHAIR: Luisa Chierichetti

 

CHAIR: Sofía Duarte

         

17:40 -18:40 PLENARY SESSION:
ALBERTO N. GARCÍA, Windows or Mirrors? The Battle over Representation in Contemporary TV Series

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21:30 CONFERENCE DINNER

         
         

Friday 21st October

         

PANEL 19    (9:00-10:30)

 

PANEL 20    (9:00-10:30)

 

PANEL 21    (9:00-10:30)

Maria Brzosko, The Many Faces of Heroic Lives: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021) as a Commentary on American Society

 

Roberto Huertas Gutiérrez, The Aesthetic of Fanfic and Queer Renegotiations on Historical TV: The Case of Our Flag Means Death and Dickinson

 

David Pérez Calvillo, Gangs, Guns, and Knights-Errant: Modern Reinterpretations of the Arthurian Cycle and the Knights of the Round Table in the Quest for Lost Male Identity: A Comparative Study of Peaky Blinders and Sons of Anarchy

Kristyn Gorton and Sarah Lahm, Gender and Narrative Complexity in the Half-Hour Television Drama

 

Marianna Lya Zummo, Framing Diversity in Teen Drama: A Case Study

 

Samrat Banerjee, Indian Television in Transition: A Study of Fictional Narratives across Decades

Scott Stoddart and Michael Samuel, "Media is the new oil": Going Forwards, Looking Backwards: Succession and Dallas in Dialogue

 

Xelo Forés Rossell, Sons of Anarchy: Non-Canonical Shakespearean Fiction as Cultural Activism

 

Jiahua Bu, The Censorship of Homosexuality and Sex in Friends on Chinese Screens: An Ethnographic Study

CHAIR: Miguel Fuster

 

CHAIR: Victor Huertas Martín

 

CHAIR: Dina Pedro

     

PANEL 22   (10:40-12:10)

 

PANEL 23    (10:40-12:30)

 

PANEL 24    (10:40-12:10)

María Luisa Cerdán Bermejo, Townsend’s Comedy-Drama Adapted for a TV Series

 

Marta Rocchi, Lorenzo Cattani and Guglielmo Pescatore, On-Screen and Off-Screen Gender Equality in European Netflix Productions

 

Paola Brembilla, Social Responsibility or Woke-Washing? Strategies of Inclusiveness in Italian TV Series

Nadia Gil Abadía, The Postfeminist Fantasy in 30 Rock

 

Reinhold Viehoff, "History in TV series is: male" - A Look at TV Series on History and Their Protagonists

 

Romana Andò and Danielle Hipkins, A Girls' Eye-View: Exploring Girlhood Media Representations through the Lens of Italian Female Adolescence

Ana I. Barragán-Romero and Maria-Teresa Gordillo-Rodriguez, The Handmaid’s Tale: Feminism, Power and Propaganda

 

Joanna Byszuk, What Makes a Captain: Quantitative Analysis of Discourses of Power across Star Trek Series

 

Stefania Antonioni and Chiara Checcaglini, New Girls: Italian Teen Series Challenging Conventional Representations

CHAIR: Miguel Fuster

 

CHAIR: Patricia Palomino-Manjon

 

CHAIR: Miguel Angel Jordán/ Carmina

 

 

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK 12:30-13:00

12:45-13:45 PLENARY SESSION:
BRETT MILLS, The Species Problem: Animals, Animation and Representation

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CLOSING SESSION