Conference Program



March, 29


13:00 – 14:00
Registration
14:00 – 15:00
Opening Session
Room: Sala Exposições


Keynote-Speaker

Reinhold Görling
Room: Sala Exposições
15:00 – 16:00
Panel 1:
Color and Literature:

Chair: Elisabetta Colla
Room: Sala Exposições

Maria Cruz:
The color of the ‘Other’ in the modern Portuguese youth novel – a reading of the books Uma questão de Cor (A Question of Color) by Ana Saldanha and Baunilha e Chocolate (Vanilla and Chocolate) by Ana Meireles
Alexandra Cheira:
A.S. Byatt’s snow queen and snow white Fiammarosa: fusing the eponymous wonder tales’ evil and good female characters by means of the colour white
Panel 2:
Color and Cognition

Chiar: Ana M. Abrantes
Room: 421

Anna Maszerowska:
As black as night – explaining color cinema to the visually impaired
Nele Dael & Christine Mohr:
Disentangling the redeffects. The importance of emotional arousal and potency in the processing of red



16:00 – 16:30
COFFEE BREAK
16:30 – 17:30
Panel 3:
Color, Language and Translation
Chair:
Victoria Bogushevskaya
Room: Sala Exposições

Alexandra Lopes:
The ghost of a chance? Translating colours across languages and cultures
Ana Maria Bernardo:
On the Translation of Colours – Some Challenges


17:45 – 18:45
Keynote-Speaker

Michael Bach
Room: Sala Exposições


March, 30


  9:30 – 11:00
Panel 4:
Color and Literature

Chair: Elisabetta Colla
Room: Sala Exposições


Volker Klöpsch:
A Red Heart: The Concept of Colours in Chinese Culture and their Function in Poetry
Yukiko Saito:
Uncertain Grey in the Iliad: a study on the metaphorical function of colour in antiquity

Panel 5:
Color, Language and Translation
Chair:
Victoria Bogushevskaya
Room: 421

Elizabete Manterola Agirrezabalaga:
Cultural Representation of Colors in Basque. Comparative Study of the Translation of the Work by Bernardo Atxaga
Urmas Sutrop:
Towards a semiotic theory of basic colour terms and the modelling
systems theory
Mari  Uusküla:
Red in use: a comparative study of Hungarian and Czech words for red

Panel 6:
Color and Arts

Chair: Peter Hanenberg
Room: 422


Ana Cachola:
The colors of belonging: the Portuguese flag in contemporary art
Rosalie Black Kiah:
From National Flags to Kente Cloth: Color Symbolism in African Culture

11:00 – 11:30
COFFEE BREAK
11:30 – 13:00
Panel 7:
Color and Literature

Chair: Alexandra Lopes
Room: Sala Exposições


Mercè Altimir Losada:
The use of colour in Akiko Yosano’s Midaregami (Tangled Hair)
Silvia Canuti:
The translation of colours in Bing Xin’s early poems as expression of an inner struggle in the early 20th century’s China
Elisabetta Colla:
The Sensuous Colors of Physical Things: Liu Xie and the Chinese Traditional Literary Theory and Criticism (Sixth Century)

Panel 8:
Color, Language and Translation
Chair:
Victoria Bogushevskaya
Room: 421

Alena Anishchanka:
Which OBJECT FOR COLOR? The choice of metonymical patterns in denominal color names
Helena Casas-Tost & Sara Rovira-Esteva:
When rainbows have different colours: teaching colour terms in Chinese to Spanish speakers
Susana Valdez Sengo:
Right-click Skip Translation, and the new Localization window opens. The path to Colour Localization
Panel 9:
Color and Arts

Chair: Ana Cachola
Room: 422


Anabela Mendes:
“The bottom of the sea appears to divers of a purple color in bright sunshine“. Brief reflections on the idea of color in Goethe, Kandinsky and Klee
Márcia Bessa Marques:
Reading colour in William Hogarth’s Noon
Monika Keska:
Colour Codes in the Films of Peter Greenaway
13:00 – 14:30
LUNCH
14:30 – 16:00
Panel 10:
Color and Space

Chair: Peter Hanenberg
Room: Sala Exposições

Wong Nim-yan:
The Color of ‘Colonial/Local Color’: Sketching the Interior Frontier of Portuguese Settlers in Macau from the Hong Kong fiction Doomsday Hotel by Wong Bik-wan
Maria João Cordeiro:
The color blue: perceptions representations in travel and tourism




Panel 11:
Color and Arts

Chair: Ana Cachola
Room: 422


Barbara Aniello:
The Colors of the Sound
Irina Friedland:
Interactions between Stravinsky' Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments And Analytic Cubism in Visual Arts
16:00 – 16:30
COFFEE BREAK
16:30 – 17:30
Panel 12:
Color and Space

Chair: Peter Hanenberg
Room: Sala Exposições

Anat Lechner, Emanuela Frattini Magnusson & Leslie Harrington:
On the Premise, Promise and Complexity of Color Versatility in Built Environments
Surajit Chakravarty & Patricia Ball:
Colour, culture and aspiration in UAE

             Panel 13:  
Color and Cognition

Chair: Ana M. Abrantes
Room: 421

Michal Sikora:
Comparison of Color Perception in China and Czech Republic
Anna Kadykova:
The corporeality and colors of corporal objects

18:00 – 19:00
Keynote-Speaker

Pedro Calapez
Room: Sala Exposições

March, 31


 9:00 – 10:00
Keynote-Speaker

Wang Tao
Room: Museu Fundação Oriente, Sala Beijing

10:00 – 10:30
COFFEE BREAK
10:30 – 12:00
Panel 14: Color, Language and Translation
Chair: Elisabetta Colla
Room: Museu Fundação Oriente, Sala Beijing

Victoria Bogushevskaya:
Qīng () in Chinese: when and why it means ‘green’, ‘blue’ or ‘dark’/‘black’
Maria Rukodelnikova:
Colour and emotional estimation of female appearance in Chinese
Aldo Tollini:
Do Japanese perceive colours differently? “Awo” in ancient Japan

11:30 – 12:00
Final Discussion
Room: Museu Fundação Oriente, Sala Beijing


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