Program

The Reading Centre, University of Stavanger, Norway
Professor Olav Hanssens vei 10 (Ullandhaug), Stavanger (click link for map)
Training School: Sunday 22, Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 of July

Wednesday July 25

0830- 0915 Registration, coffee
0915-0930 Opening: Welcome (in “Valhall)”
0930-1045

Keynote 1

Prof. Philip Davis (Univ. of Liverpool, UK) & Dr. Jane Davis (The Reader, UK):

Evaluating Shared Reading

1045-1100 Coffee break
1100-1300 Session 1 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1300-1415 Lunch
1415-1615 Session 2 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1615-1630 Coffee break
1630-1830 Session 3 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1830 RECEPTION

 

Thursday July 26

0900-1100 Session 4 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1100-1115 Coffee break
1115-1215

Keynote 2

Prof. Lydia Kokkola (Luleå Univ of Technology, SE):

What’s Special About Reading Literature? Adolescent Readings in English as a Foreign Language

1215-1330 Lunch
1330-1530 Session 5 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1545-1630

Plenary

Old Norse Viking Poetry:

Dr. Klaus Johan Myrvoll (Univ of Stavanger, NO): The Song of Harald

1630-1800 POSTER SESSION
1930 CONFERENCE DINNER, Bølgen & Moi (at the Oil Museum)

 

Friday July 27

0900-1100 Session 6 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1100-1115 Coffee break
1115-1215

Keynote 3

Dr. Raymond Mar (York Univ, CA):

How to Evaluate Whether Stories Promote Social Cognition: Introducing the Social Processes and Content Entrained by Narrative (SPaCEN) Framework

1215-1330 Lunch
1330-1430

Keynote 4

Prof. Karina van Dalen-Oskam (Univ of Amsterdam, NL):

The Riddle of Literary Quality: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Perceptions of Literariness

1430-1445 Coffee break
1445-1545 IGEL GENERAL ASSEMBLY (for IGEL members)
1600-1800 Session 7 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes* and WORKSHOP on Shared Reading by Dr. Jane Davis (The Reader, UK) (registration required)
2000: STUDENT SOCIAL EVENT

 

Saturday July 28

0900-1030 Session 8 Symposia/paper presentations 3 X 30 minutes*
1030-1045 Coffee break
1045-1145

Keynote 5

Dr. Frank Hakemulder (Utrecht Univ., NL):

The Importance of Confounds in Research

1145-1200 Coffee break
1200-1400 Session 9 Symposia/paper presentations 4 X 30 minutes*
1400 LUNCH-TO-GO AND FAREWELL

* The format of spoken presentations is 20 minutes + 10 minutes for discussion.