Alice150 Conferences

Alice's enduring impact
Day 1
07 Oct 2015
Day 2
08 Oct 2015
Day 3
09 Oct 2015
Day 4
10 Oct 2015
Day 5
11 Oct 2015

Welcome and Introduction

Jon Lindseth, General Editor & Exhibition Co-Curator, will welcome attendees to the Translation Conference and make introductory comments on the Alice’s Adventures in a World of Wonderlands project.  
Jon Lindseth

Keynote: Alice in Many Tongues 50 years on

Prof. Emer O’Sullivan will deliver the keynote address, looking at Warren Weavers book, and discussing the changes in translating Alice over the past 50 years.
Emer O’Sullivan
10:15 - 11:00

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Alice in Six Languages of Spain

   
Juan Gabriel López Guix
12:00 - 13:30

LUNCH BREAK

14:15 - 14:30

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Round table discussion and questions of the four speakers

   
Keao NeSmith
Derrick McClure
Juan Gabriel López Guix
Emer O’Sullivan

Closing Summary of Day 1

At the close there will be an opportunity to talk to the presenters, the exhibition curators,some translators and writers for the book, and to view the exhibition. Refreshments will be...
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Jon Lindseth

Introduction to Day 2

   
Jon Lindseth

Alice in China

 Alice in China: “Of all Western Literary Masterpieces Introduced to China in the Twentieth Century, No Other Work Has Enjoyed Such Popularity.”  
Zongxin Feng
11:00 - 11:15

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Alice in Nine African Languages

   
Russell H. Kaschula
12:00 - 13:30

LUNCH BREAK

14:15 - 14:30

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Round table discussion and questions of the four speakers

   
Michael Everson
Sumanyu Satpathy
Russell H. Kaschula
Zongxin Feng

Closing Remarks

At the close there will be an opportunity to talk to the presenters, the exhibition curators,some translators and writers for the book, and to view the exhibition. Refreshments will be...
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Jon Lindseth

Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Edward Guiliano, President of NYIT and former President of the LCSNA, will welcome attendees to NYIT and Alice150, New York’s gala celebration of the 150th anniversary of the first...
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Dr. Edward Guiliano

That’s not my Alice

Alethea Kontis will present a view of Alice.over the past 150 years, as seen through the eyes of generations of her admirers.
Alethea Kontis

There’s something about Alice

Filmmaker Andy Malcolm takes us inside his documentary.
Andy Malcolm

Roundtable Discussion: Collectors Down the Rabbit Hole

Alice collectors share their thoughts on the adventures of collecting and how that reflects popular culture. What part does collecting play in the longevity of Alice?
Clare Imholtz
Joel Birenbaum
Matt Crandall
Alan Tannenbaum
Mark Burstein
Dayna Nuhn

The Annotated Alice

A brief discussion of the new edition of The Annotated Alice and its place in Alice lore.
14:55 - 15:10

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Alice, always in fashion

Alice has been a fashion trend setter for all these years.
Dr. Kiera Vaclavik

Alice’s Influence on Literature

Children’s literature historian, critic, and scholar shares his thoughts on Alice’s influence.  
Leonard Marcus
16:30 - 18:30

INTERMISSION & DINNER BREAK

Short history of Alice films

David Schaefer will give a history of Alice in films from 1903 to 1931. He will also answer the question, “Did Lewis Carroll ever see a motion picture?”
David Schaefer

Screening of Alice films

Films to be shown at NYIT Alice’s first Film Adventures – the 1903 Hepworth Alice – along with an in depth documentation of the film. Edison’s 1910 Alice with a...
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David Schaefer

Alice on Stage

Charlie Lovett, author of Alice on Stage, takes us on a theatrical journey from 1886 to the present.
Charlie Lovett

Lewis Carroll on Stage

Andrew Sellon, who wrote and acted in a one man show, Lewis Carroll, will talk about capturing the essence of Lewis Carroll from afar.
Andrew Sellon
10:45 - 11:00

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Lewis Carroll on Stage II

Daniel Rover Singer, who produced A Perfect Likeness, a play about a fictitious meeting between Carroll and Dickens, will talk about how he used his knowledge of Lewis Carroll to present...
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Daniel Rover Singer
11:45 - 13:30

INTERMISSION & LUNCH BREAK

Illustrating Alice

A symposium of illustrators and scholars on visually interpreting Alice. Arnold Hirshon, “Much of a Muchness: 150 Years of Artistic Visions of Alice” Adriana Peliano, “Alicedelic Collages: Pictures in Conversation”...
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Wendy Ice
Dr. Nilce Pereira
Adriana Peliano
Lello Esposito
Stefania Tondo
Arnold Hirshon
Mark Burstein

Welcome to Alice Palooza!

Welcome to Alice Palooza! Look what they’ve done to your Alice. Video games, comics, movies, anime, cosplay, and manga oh my. April will tell you what to expect.
Dr. April James

Alice in newer movies

Beginning in 2010 movies have portrayed a grown up Alice and her adventures. What do these movies have to offer?
Hayley Rushing

In Lewis Carroll We Trust: One Nation Under Wonderland

Lewis Carroll’s story unites the imagination of the world. It is as ubiquitous as the creation story. Wonderland is real in the collective psyche of our planet and a safe...
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Frank Beddor

The Wonderland Award

.The Wonderland Award at USC is the brainchild of Linda Cassady and her husband, Dr. George Cassady. This competition has encouraged students, of all fields of study, to create projects...
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Linda Cassady
12:00-13:45

View the Exhibit & LUNCH BREAK

Alice in Japanese popular culture

To what extent has Alice been incorporated into Japanese popular culture? How much of it has been exported to other countries?
Asuka Toritamari
Shinichi Kinoshita

Alice in Comicland

Comics guru Craig Yoe and Alice/comics maven Mark Burstein, co-authors of Alice in Comicland,discuss the many manifestations of Carroll’s characters in comic books and strips.
Craig Yoe
Mark Burstein
15:15 - 15:30

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Gaming with Alice

Franziska Kohlt presents how Alice is portrayed to a young audience via electronic games.
Franziska Kohlt