The Hans Christian Andersen Center

Hans Christian Andersen between children's literature and adult literature

HoursMonday 1. August
8:30
-9:15
Arrival and registration
Room 100
9:15
-9:30
Welcome by Rector Jens Oddershede
Welcome by Johan de Mylius
Room 100
9:30
-10:00
Plenary lecture 1
Erik M. Christensen: The Queen and I
Room 100
10:00
-10:15
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: James Massengale
10:15
-11:00
Plenary lecture 2
Hans Kuhn: Andersen's poems for and about children.
Room 100
11:00
-11:15
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Lise Bostrup
11:15
-11:30
Coffee
 
Workshop I

Culture, Travels and Biography

Chair: Annelies van Hees
Room 99
Workshop II

Medias and Reception

Chair: Elisabeth Oxfeldt
Room 96
11:30
-12:00
Hans Christian Andersen: Hans Christian Andersen as a Tourist?Silvestras Gai·iūnas: The Motive of Mermaid in the Baltic Cultures (the modifications of H. C. Andersen's tradition)
12:00
-12:30
Nina Hintz: Hans Christian Andersen's perception of and approach towards the OrientElisaveta Isaeva: Evgeny Shwartz and H. C. Andersen
12:30Lunch
13:30
-14:00
Lars Bo Jensen: Children and tunings in Hans Christian Andersen's travel booksRossitsa Minovska- Devedzhieva: Hans Christian Andersen in Puppet Theatre
14:00
-14:30
Lone Funch Kofoed: Shadow Pictures - Truth or taleElisabeth Oxfeldt: Life and Death in The Little Mermaid: Three Contemporary Adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tale
14:30Coffee
15:00
-15:30
Annelies van Hees: HCA was no hypochondriac: he was illJacqui Reid-Walsh: Everything in the picture book was alive
15:30
-16:00
Aage Jørgensen: Hans Christian Andersen between tradition and modernity, with special reference to the fairy-tale Dryaden (The Dryad)Zbigniew Baran: Encyclopaedic Portraits of HCA
17:00Reception at the HCA Museum
HoursTuesday 2. August
9:00
-9:45
Plenary lecture 3
Johan de Mylius: The Child and Death
Room 100
9:45
-10:00
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Ivy York Möller-Christensen
10:00
-10:45
Plenary lecture 4
Kirsten Malmkjær: The Language that Stayed at Home: Hans Christian Andersen's way with words.
Room 100
10:45
- 11:00
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Viggo Hjørnager Pedersen
11:00
-11:30
Coffee
 
Workshop III

Translation

Chair: Viggo Hjørnager Pedersen
Room 99
Workshop IV

Children's aspect

Chair: Torben Weinreich
Room 96
Workshop V

Aesthetics, Text, Analysis and Ideas

Chair: Ib Johansen
Room 95
11:30
-12:00
Arunas Bliudzius: Publishing of H.C.Andersen's Tales in Lithuanian and LatvianMogens Davidsen: 'Childishness' as Poetic StrategyLeander Petzoldt: The Soul of Things. Literary Forms and Popular Motifs in the Tales of H.C. Andersen.
12:00
-12:30
Lise Bostrup: Offering Roses to a Cow? The English and the Danish Shadow of Hans Christian AndersenAsta Ivanauskaité- Gustaitiene: The guilt of a child/grown up and justification in the prose by Hans Christian AndersenLone Koldtoft: Disharmony and temporal categories in Søren Kierkegaard and H. C. Andersen
12:30Lunch
13:30
-14:00
Anca Dumitrescu: H.C. Andersen and His First Romanian TranslatorsInger Lise Jensen: Dream and reality - ' The Little Match Girl' expressed through a social psychological viewMargarita Slavova: 'See saa! nu begynde vi.' [Now then! We will begin.]: Communicative Strategies in Andersen's Fairy-Tales
14:00
-14:30
Ivo Holmqvist: 'Prenez garde aux enfants' ­ Swedish versions and varieties of Hans Christian Andersen´s EventyrTorben Weinreich: Hans Christian Andersen - writing for children?Cynthia Mikaela Mikkelsen: The element of fear in H.C. Andersen's fairytales
14:30Coffee
15:00
-15:30
Viggo Hjørnager Pedersen: 'Out in the world, thoughts come'Inge Lise Pin Rasmussen: The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. Existential Philosophy and Animated Cartoon.
15:30
-16:00
Sarap Sezer: Turkish Translations of Andersen's Fairy TalesTom Lundskær-Nielsen: Hans Christian Andersen is famous for using language aimed at children
16:00
-16:30
Silvana Orel Kos: 'Look in the passport!' said the man. 'I am myself!' - The Socialist Cloak of the Slovene Andersen.James Massengale: Little Gerda's Moratoria

  Wednesday 3. August     9:00 -         Funen tour all day                      
Departure from Radisson SAS/ H.C. Andersen Hotel 9:00.
Dalum Agricultural School 9:15
HoursThursday 4. AugustFriday 5. August
9:00
-9:45
Plenary lecture 5
Marianne Stecher-Hansen: From Romantic to Modernist Metatexts: Commemorating Andersen and the Self-Referential Text
Room 100
Plenary lecture 7
Andrey V. Korovin: Chronotope of Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories
Room 100
9:45
-10:00
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Hans Christian Andersen
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Johan de Mylius
10:00
-10:45
Plenary lecture 6
Maria Sabina Draga-Alexandru: 'Out of a Swan's Egg' Metamorphosis in H. C. Andersen's Tales and 'The Fairy Tale of My Life'
Room 100
Plenary lecture 8
Martin Lotz: The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep in the light of psychoanalytic thinking
Room 100
10:45
-11:00
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Michel Forget
Discussion of plenary lecture
Chair: Vera Gancheva
11:00CoffeeCoffee
 
Workshop III

Translation

Chair: Ivo Holmqvist
Room 99
Workshop IV

Children's aspect

Chair: Hans Kuhn
Room 96
Workshop V

Aesthetics, Text, Analysis and Ideas

Chair: Ib Johansen
Room 95
11:30
-12:00
Mare Müürsepp: H. C. Andersen fairy tales for Estonian readersVincent A. Mhlakaza: Hans Christian Andersen in Southern AfricaEjnar Askgaard: On Andersen's 'The Snow Queen'Summary workshop I:
Annelies van Hees
Room 100
12:00
-12:30
Boris Zharov: Dynamism in Perception of Hans Christian Andersen in S-t Petersburg, one of the most H.C.Andersenous cities of the worldIvy York Möller-Christensen: A review of the principles of literary methods and didactics which have decided the selection of HCA-texts for upper secondary schoolVera Gancheva: From New Platonism to New Age - Ways of Understanding And Interpreting H.C. Andersen's SpiritualitySummary workshop II:
Elisabeth Oxfeldt
Room 100
12:30LunchLunch
13:30
-14:00
Anette Øster: Andersen in translationInger M. Olsen: Oprørske og halsstarrige piger i H. C. Andersens eventyrIb Johansen: Trivializing Trauma(s). Carnivalesque-grotesque Elements in Andersen'sSummary workshop III:
Ivo Holmqvist
Room 100
14:00
-14:30
Yoichi Nagashima: Adults only - A new translation of H.C. Andersen's works into JapaneseEric Jones: H.C. Andersen's flair to communicate basic social skills naturally and imperceptibly to national and international readers.Summary workshop IV:
Hans Kuhn
Room 100
14:30CoffeeCoffee
15:00
-15:30
Summary workshop V:
Ib Johansen
Room 100
Bramstrup
Departure from Radisson SAS/ H.C. Andersen Hotel 19:00
Dalum Agricultural School 19:15
Valdemars Slot
Departure from Radisson SAS/ H.C. Andersen Hotel 17:00
Dalum Agricultural School 17:15

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