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DAY 3, Saturday, AUGUST 21, 2010 Continued

Parallel Session 2: Emmanuel College, Room 108

11:00-12:30 Dr. Dominique Hecq, Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Higher Education, Swinburne University of Technology, “Blue, Like an Orange” Thom Vernon, Writer in residence, Open Book, & LKTYP, “The Angel at Our Table: Angelus Novus and Where Art Comes From” Dr. Alessandro Tonneti, Independent Researcher in Humanities, Modern Languages and Literature, Birkbeck College, “The Poetics of Hunger in Clarice Lispector’s ‘The Hour of the Star’”

12:30-2:00 LUNCH (off campus)

Parallel Session 1: Emmanuel College, Room 119

2:00-2:30 Dr. Jacqui Gingras, Assistant Professor, School of Nutrition, Ryerson University, “Cooking as Inquiry: Stirring Up Prevailing Ways of Knowing, Food, and Bodies” Kathryn Keeble, Ph.D. candidate, Faculty of Arts and Education, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University, “'Science for Art's Sake’: Mark Oliphant as Hunger Artist in Postwar Australia” Dr. Marnie Sullivan, Visiting Professor, Mercyhurst College, “Epicurianism and ‘Edible Food-Like Substances’: An Ecocritical Reading of Michael Pollan’s Scientific Perspective on Food as Seen through his Craft”

Parallel Session 2: Emmanuel College, Room 108

2:00-2:30 Simon Wilmot, Senior Lecturer & Co-ordinator of Film Studies, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University, “Relationships—The Food of Documentary” Helena Walsh, Ph.D. student, Drama Dep., Queen Mary University, “Hunger Turned in Rows—Performing the Invisibilities of a Savage Soil” Jenny Lawson, Ph.D. candidate, School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds, “Consuming the Culinary Feminine: Visual Processes of Hunger and Desire in Food Media and Performance”

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