Tagung «Serielle Formen», 4.–6. Juni 2009

Eine internationale Tagung zur Geschichte und Kultur des Seriellen in Film, Fernsehen und anderen Medien.

THURSDAY JUNE 4, 2009

13.00-14:00h: Robert Blanchet, Kristina Köhler, Tereza Smid, Julia Zutavern: Welcome and introduction

14:00-15:00h: Jens Eder (Univ. of Hamburg, DE): The Serial Dramaturgy of Death.

15:00-16:00h: Margrethe Bruun Vaage (Oslo, NO): Omar Little: Study of a Character in The Wire

16:30-17:30h: Britta Hartmann (Berlin, DE): Family, Love, Morality: Wertediskurse und Lebensmodelle in thirtysomething (Family, Love, Morality: Discourses on Value and Designs for Life in thirtysomething (ABC 1987-1991)).

17:30-18:30h: Wolfgang Hagen (Berlin/Univ. of St. Gallen, DE/CH): Aufschub und Unverlässlichkeit. Über «Mind-Screening» und andere Theorien C.G. Jungs in US-TV-Serien. (Delay and Unreliability: On «Mind-Screening» and Other Theories of C. G. Jung in US-TV-Series)

18:45–20:00h Podiumsgespräch/Panel discussion with Michel Bodmer (Redaktionsleiter Film und Serien, SF DRS, CH/editor film and serie, Swiss Television SF DRS, CH). Moderated by Julia Zutavern.

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2009

09:00-10:00h: Jörg Schweinitz (Univ. of Zürich, CH): Serialität und die Zirkulation von Stereotypen (Seriality and the Circulation of Stereotypes)

10:00-11:00h: Jennifer M. Bean (Univ. of Washington, US): Adventures in Storytelling: Seriality and Cinematic Modernity

11:00-12:00h: Nicola Dusi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, IT): Remaking as a Practice: Some Problems of Transmediality and Remediation.

13:30-14:30h: Jörg Türschmann (Univ. of Vienna, AT): Film und Fernsehserien in der spanischen Transición. (Film and Television Series during the Spanish Transición)

14:30-16:00h: Christian Junklewitz/Tanja Weber (Univ. of Cologne, DE): Cineseries – History and Success of Film Series in Postclassical Cinema

16:00-17:00h: Ursula Ganz-Blaettler (Univ. of Lugano, CH): Cumulative Narrative in Post-Network Television: Backstory and Expanded Diegesis as Means of Affiliation in Lost and Grey's Anatomy.

17:00-18:00h Lorenz Engell (Univ. of Weimar, DE): Erinnern/Vergessen: Fernsehserien als operatives Gedächtnis (Remembering/Forgetting: TV Series as „Operative Memory”).

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2009

09:00-10:00h Tereza Smid (Univ. of Zürich, CH): Keine Angst, Sie verpassen nichts! Zur Kameraarbeit in den beiden Krankenhausserien Emergency Room und Grey's Anatomy (Don't worry, you won't miss anything! On the cinematography in the hospital series Emergency Room and Grey's Anatomy).

10:00-11:00h Seraina Rohrer (Univ. of Zürich, CH): Recycling La India María: Development of a Popular Mexican Media Character in over 30 Years.

11:00-12:00h: Glen Creeber (Aberystwyth University, GB): Online Drama: The True Future of Serial Fiction?

13:30-14:30h: Greg M. Smith (Georgia State University, US): How Much Serial Is in Your Serial?

14:30-15:30h: Jason Mittell (Middlebury College, US): Serial Boxes: The Cultural Value of Long-Form Television

15:30-16:30h: Robert Blanchet, Kristina Köhler, Tereza Smid, Julia Zutavern: Concluding discussion and wrap up