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Konferencja pod patronatem Burmistrza Miasta Pułtusk oraz Starosty Pułtuskiego

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Monday, 4th September, 2017
Pułtusk Academy of Humanities, 17, Daszynskiego st.

8.00-9.00 Breakfast

8.00-9.00 Registration

9.00 Conference Inauguration

His Magnificence Rector of the Pułtusk Academy of Humanities professor dr. Adam Koseski and assistant prof. dr. Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska, assistant prof. dr. Bożena Józefów-Czerwińska, dr. Jadwiga Iwaszczuk

Keynote lectures

9.15-10.00 Wacław ZAWADOWSKI (Warsaw, Poland), Metaphors and metonymies in mathematics, history of mathematics, and mathematics education: useful means or nuisance? Which?

10.00-10.45 Jerzy SOSNOWSKI (Warsaw, Poland), Narrative Triangle: among Storyteller, Listener and Source of Tales

10.45-11.30 Anna HAJDUSIANEK (Wrocław, Poland), Tales, stories and legends as a way of popularising science subjects among young learners

11.30- 12.15 Sebastian SZYMAŃSKI (Poland), Narration in music

12.15-12.45 Teodozja RZEUSKA (Warsaw, Poland), Narration of the Rites of Passage in the Old Kingdom in ancient Egypt

12.45 -14.15 Lunch break, Pułtusk Town Hall 2

Keynote lectures

14.30-15.00 Anna HAMLING (New Brunswick, Canada), Testimonial narrative and Rigoberta Menchu

15.00-15.30 Maria Helena TRINDADES LOPES (Lisbon, Portugal), My ‘ancient’ stories

15.30-16.00 Teresa DOBRZYŃSKA (Warsaw, Poland), The echoes of the Biblical parable of building on the sand and on the rock recalled in the poem “Podwaliny” by Leopold Staff. The present sense of the story and its archaic antecedents

16.00-16.30 Ásdís EGILSDÓTTIR (Reykjavik, Iceland), The Mobility of Narratives. Telling and re-telling stories in the Medieval North

16.30-16.45 Coffee break

16.45-17.15 Adam ŁUKASZEWICZ (Warsaw, Poland), Legend and lie. Propaganda in a narrative concerning Alexander the Great; keynote lecture

17.15-17.45 Ronaldo G. GURGEL PEREIRA (Lisbon, Portugal/Brazil), Herodotus’ rhetoric on Egypt – Between Identity and Narrative

17.45-18.10 Joanna POPIELSKA-GRZYBOWSKA (Pułtusk, Poland), Speak like an Egyptian – ancient Egyptian way of religious narration

18.10-18.35 Maria SZYMAŃSKA (Cracow, Poland), Narration in selected inventive techniques applied in action research

18.35-19.20 Alicia MARAVELIA (Athens, Greece), In Pluribus Unum: Ancient Egyptian Religion as a Henotheistic & Cosmic Doctrine and as a Virtual Quantum– Mechanical Approach; keynote lecture

19.30 Reception 3


Tuesday, 5th Septmber, 2017
Pułtusk Academy of Humanities, 17, Daszynskiego st., Auditorium Maximum

8.00-9.00 Breakfast

9.00-9.25 Renata ZYCH (Cracow, Poland), Megaliths as a Medium of Identity and Durability of Neolithic communities

9.25-9.50 Eva Katarina GLAZER (Zagreb, Croatia), How stories became history

9.50-10.15 Pantelis KOMNINOS (Thessaloniki, Greece), The Narrativity in Aegean monumental Iconography during the Late Bronze Age

10.15-10.40 Paulina BIERNACKA (Pułtusk, Poland), Archaeology and discoverers – dreamers in various narratives following the example of Heinrich Schliemann

10.40-11.05 Marta FITUŁA (Noto, Italy), Anapo

11.05-11.30 Urszula IWASZCZUK (Warsaw, Poland), El-Zuma in Sudan: tales of an archaeolozoologist

11.30-13.30 Gondola ride. Sightseeing

13.30-15.00 Lunch break

15.00-15.25 Guilherme BORGES PIRES (Lisbon, Portugal), The cosmogonical accounts in ancient Egypt: a plurality of (non-)narratives

15.25-15.50 Kacper SZCZĘSNY (Warsaw, Poland), Meaning of the Theban Triad in the New Kingdom

15.50-16.15 Jadwiga IWASZCZUK (Warsaw, Poland), How to read an Egyptian temple

16.15-16.40 Gavin SMITH (London, United Kingdom), Elite boundary formation in Early Egypt of the late Fourth Millennium BCE Symbolic Language; Symbolic Violence

16.40-17.15 Coffee break 4

17.15-17.40 André PATRÍCIO (Lisbon, Portugal), The narrative and its power to legitimise: whispering the past, using ideas to create the future. The role of the Papyrus Westcar in the ascension to the throne of Horus

17.40-18.05 Marcus Vinicius CARVALHO PINTO (Lisbon, Portugal), Narratives of a political phenomenon: loyalism, between reality and social expectation

18.05-18.30 Susana MOTA (Lisbon, Portugal), The Domestic Ancestors’ Worship in Ancient Egypt: A story told by objects 5

Wednesday, 6th September 2017
Pultusk Academy of Humanities, 17, Daszynskiego st., Auditorium Maximum

8.00-9.00 Breakfast

9.00-9.25 Hadrian KAMIŃSKI (Wrocław, Poland), Image-and-text presentations of house of Pomerania as a part of dynastic narration

9.25-9.50 André Filipe NETO (Lisbon, Portugal), How can the multiple forge one? Different supports for a narrative of João V’s reign

9.50-10.15 Jacek KONIK (Warsaw, Poland), Archaeology as a tool to create the mythological narrative of the German Nazis

10.15-10.40 Waldemar GNIADEK (Pułtusk, Poland), Freemasonry as an outpost of civilisation image

10.40-11.20 Coffee break

11.20-11.45 Olga KONSTANTINOVA (Odessa, Ukraine), Peculiarity in the realisation of the language image of the Alien, depending on the genre specifics of the work and the narrative strategies by Stanislaw Lem

11.45-12.10 Małgorzata OKUPNIK (Poznań, Poland), The healing narrative. About the phenomenon of pathography

12.10-12.35 Grzegorz WINNICKI (Warsaw/Pułtusk, Poland), Image of Polish prostitute in the Polish Police report and press in 1918-1939

12.35-13.00 Hanna RUBINKOWSKA-ANIOŁ (Warsaw, Poland), Visual Narratives of the Kibre Negest Ethiopian National Myth

13.00-15.30 Lunch break

15.30-16.15 James COGSWELL (Michigan, United States of America), Cosmogonic Tattoos; keynote lecture

16.15-16.40 Bożena JÓZEFÓW-CZERWIŃSKA (Pułtusk, Poland), Mythical creation narratives of the Earth and human beings – according to traditional sources 6

16.40-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-17.25 Federica MANFREDI (Rome, Italy/Lisbon, Portugal), When words are not enough. Preliminary results from an anthropological laboratory on alternatives form of self-representation

17.25-17.50 Marta BIERNACKA (Pułtusk, Poland), An attempt of analysis of the narratives by people who attempted to commit suicide

17.50-18.15 Krystyna KAMIŃSKA (Pułtusk, Poland), Narration engrained in human experiencing

18.15-18.45 Concluding discussion


Scientific Committee

Prof. dr. Maria Helena Trindade Lopes (Portugal)
Prof. dr. Francisco Caramelo (Portugal)
Prof. dr. José das Candeias Sales (Portugal)
Prof. dr. James Cogswell (United States of America)
Prof. dr. Bronisław Czarnocha (United States of America)
Prof. dr. Teresa Dobrzyńska (Poland)
Prof. dr. Ásdís Egilsdóttir (Iceland)
Prof. dr. Adam Łukaszewicz (Poland)
Prof. dr. António Manuel de Andrade Moniz (Portugal)
Prof. dr. Ina Shved (Belarus)
Prof. dr. Wacław Zawadowski (Poland)
Prof. dr. Władysław Duczko (Poland/Sweden)
Prof. dr. Mladen Tomorad (Croatia)
Dr. Teodozja Rzeuska (Poland)
Dr. Anna Hajdusianek (Poland)
Dr. Eva Katarina Glazer (Croatia)
Dr. Ronaldo Guilherme Gurgel Pereira (Brasil/Portugal)
Dr. Jacek Konik (Poland)
Dr. Piero Pasini (Italy)
Dr. Maria Szymańska (Poland)
Sebastian Szymański (Poland)
Dr. Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (Poland)
Dr. Bożena Józefów-Czerwińska (Poland)
Dr. Jadwiga Iwaszczuk (Poland)
Dr. Urszula Iwaszczuk (Poland)

Organising Committee

Dr. Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska
Dr. Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
Dr. Bożena Józefów-Czerwińska
Olga Konstantinova
Paulina Biernacka
Marta Biernacka
Kacper Szczęsny

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