FRIDAY 12 October 2018
8:45-9:15am REGISTRATION Humanities Institute, UCD.
Maria Stuart (School of English, Drama, Film, and Creative Writing, UCD)
Danielle Clarke (Head of the School of English, Drama, Film and Creative Writing/Vice Principal for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion).
|PANEL A 9:30-11AM
Chair: Margaret Leahy, (European Clinical Specialization Fluency Disorders).
|Mary O’ Dwyer (Speech and Language Therapist, Cork/Kerry Community Healthcare) and Alex Warren:
‘Rethinking “Recovery”: The therapeutic exchange between the person who stutters and the therapist/person who does not stutter’.
|Fiona Ryan (Speech and Language Therapist, HSE):
‘Women’s Voices: the silent side of stuttering’.
11-11:30 COFFEE BREAK (Humanities Institute)
|PANEL B 11:30-1.15 PM
Chair: Ashley Taggart, (School of English, Drama and Film, UCD).
|Maria Stuart (UCD):
‘“Easy Listening”: Landscapes of Reception, Altered Auditory Feedback and Revisiting The King’s Speech’.
|Roshaya Rodness (McMaster University):
‘Hearing-Oneself-Stutter: The Phenomenology and Deconstruction of Delayed Auditory Feedback’.
|Katherine Bischoping (York University, Toronto):
‘Making Sense of a Mayor’s Pause: A Comparison of Discourse, Conversation and Narrative Strategies’.
|Yvon Bonenfant (UCC):
‘Hearing Resonant Tails: Disability, Agency and Peformative Voicing’.
1.15-1.45PM LUNCH (Humanities Institute)
|PANEL C 1.45-3:15PM
Chair: Fionnuala Dillane, (Associate Dean of Arts and Humanities, UCD).
|Riley McGuire (University of Pennsylvania):
‘Our American Cousin, Our Dysfluent Nation: Transatlantic Stammering on the Victorian Stage’.
|Daniel Martin (MacEwan University, Alberta):
‘Dysfluency and Embodied Mediation in Robert Browning’s “Mr Sludge, the Medium”’.
|Susan Anderson (Sheffield Hallam University):
‘Dysfluency on the Shakespearean Stage’.
3:15- 3.30PM COFFEE BREAK (Humanities Institute)
|PANEL D 3.30- 5:00 AM
Chair: Kate Fama (School of English, Drama and Film, UCD).
|Joshua St. Pierre (University of Alberta):
‘The Challenges of Stuttering Activism: Fluency, Dysfluency and the Production of Human Capital’.
|Jonathon Linklater (Speech and Language Therapist, Speech Matters, Dublin):
‘On Becoming A Stutterer: Avoidance Reduction Therapy’.
|Conor Foran (Artist and Graphic Designer):
‘Visualising Sound: Stammering Through Typography’.
5.00-5.30 Wine Reception
5.30–7.00 PM KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Chris Eagle (Emory University):
‘Repetition or Insistence: The Aphasic Poetics of Stein and Joyce’.
Chair: Anne Fogarty, (Professor of James Joyce Studies, UCD).
8.30 Dinner at The Little Kitchen (Optional)*
*If you wish to attend the dinner, please register for this on the registration link.