2nd Global Conference (2012)

2nd Global Conference

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Saturday 10th November – Monday 12th November 2012
Salzburg, Aust
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The programme for the conference is available below. Delegates are listed according to the session in which they appear. Clicking on the Session Title will take you to the abstracts (where available) for that session. Each delegate is listed according to their affiliation.

Final Conference Programme

Saturday 10th November 2012
From 12.30
Conference Registration

13.30
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Phil Fitzsimmons

14.00
Session 1: Telling It Like It Is: The Craft of Writing
Chair: Phil Fitzsimmons

Writing As It Is and Should Be
Andrew Tipton and Camille Butler

Exploring the Use of Craft in Young Adult Literature
Edie Lanphar

15.30
Coffee

16.00
Session 2: Self in Writing
Chair: Johanna Pentikainen

The Curriculum of Humankind: A Narrative-interpretive Inquiry on what it means to be a Teacher and a Human being
Philip Deally

Essaying and Being
Paul Heilker

Children’s Writing Development before School
Phil Fitzsimmons

 

17.30
Notices and Announcements

17.40
Wine Reception

 

Sunday 11th November 2012
09.00
Session 3: Power of Writing in Learning
Chair: Anna MacDonald

Power of the Pen
Kaye Lowe

Writing to Learn, Learning to Write:  Supporting Writing in the Disciplines in Secondary and Higher Education Classrooms
Kristen Nielsen

Authorship, Power and Author Presentation in Social Media
Sérgio Tavares

10.30
Coffee

11.00
Session 4: Writing Above the Lines
Chair: Edna Aphek

Cosmic Dreaming: The ‘Triple Liaison’ of Memory, Imagination and Poetry in Gaston Bachelard’s Poetics of Reverie
Anna MacDonald

Curriculum Vitae: A Metapoetic Reflection on Creative Identity
Giulia Sandelewski

Creating a Liveable World: Professional Fiction Writers’ Representations of the Core Objectives of their Writing and their Application to Creative Writing Instruction
Johanna Pentikainen

12.30
Lunch

14.00
Session 5: Writing Across and Amongst Boundaries
Chair: Moreno Bonda

Negotiating and Crossing Boundaries by Way of the E-portfolio: Writing as Creative Process in altering Professional Paradigms
Avis Rupert

Writing Self-efficacy and Writing Performances
Sara Routarinne

An Overview of Writing Instruction and Assessment
Mandana Yousefi Hokmabad

15.30
Coffee

16.00
Session 6: Roundtable: Writing the Future
Chair: Phil Fitzsimmons

 

Monday 12th November 2012
09.00
Session 7: Writing and the Personal
Chair: Peter Kandlbinder

The Origins and Forms of Creative 
Writing — A Personal Account
Edna Aphek

Boundaries between Informative and Creative Writing in Children’s Literature
Mehdi Hejvani

Adding Meat to Metaphorical Bones: Research, Critical Thinking, and Leveraging the Academic Library for Creative Writing Praxis
Colleen Harris

10.30
Coffee

11.00
Session 8: The Science of Writing
Chair: Paul Heilker

When Language was a Scientific Tool: Rhetoric as a Means of Rational Knowledge
Moreno Bonda

The six basic plots of teaching: Rhetoric of the teaching portfolio
Peter Kandlbinder

Academic Writing as Problem — Solving and Argument
Zohra Nedja

12.30
Lunch

14.00 Development meeting and closing remarks

14.45 Conference ends