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Program

 

 

28 March, Thursday

 

 

8.30 – 9.00

Welcome to participants and registration.

 

9.00 – 10.00, Room “Grande Auditório

Opening Address, by Pedro Calado, the Portuguese High Commissioner for Migrations.

 

 

10.00 – 11.00, Room “Grande Auditório

Plenary Session

Interculturality in Education: Latest trends

Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki)

 

 

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break

 

 

11.30 – 13.30, Room “Grande Auditório”

Chair: Carina Cerqueira

 

Panel 1 Theoretical concepts of interculturalism and multiculturalism

 

1.     Interculturalism: Modern Marriage Between Former Enemies, Jouette Travis Suehiro (University of Texas at Dallas)

2.     Improving Intercultural Interactions: Towards a Pedagogy of Public Diplomacy in Educational Exchanges, Wiliam Geibel (University of California, Los Angeles)

3.     Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues in Social Networks: Russian Case, Maria Pilgun (Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)

4.     As tradições culturais e a justiça contratual, Margarida Azevedo Almeida (ISCAP-P.PORTO)

5.     A pragmatic approach to sustainable intercultural relationships in business, Andrea Koblizkova (University of Pardubice, Czech Republic)

 

 

11.30 – 13.30, Room “Sala de Actos

Chair: Marco Lamas

 

Panel 4 – Intercultural studies in business

 

1.    Educação Intercultural no Ensino Superior: a unidade curricular de Empreendedorismo em Cultura do Master in Intercultural Studies for Business, Marco Lamas (CEI, ISCAP - P.PORTO)

2.    Predicting workplace perceived discrimination and religious prejudice through luso-tropicalism, values and individualism/collectivism, Maria Moura Pinheiro (FPCEUC)

3.    A Herança Cultural Alemã, Espanhola e Francesa na Criação de Oportunidades de Negócio, Marco Furtado, Sara Pascoal e Laura Tallone (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

4.    Jumping the gap: building bridges between theories of intercultural communication and their practical applicability, Radi Suudi & Leila Jaffar Jaffar Consultancy, The Netherlands

5.    Intercultural Intercultural Adjustment of Portuguese Expatriates to the United Arab Emirates context, Dora Martins (ISCAP, CEOS.PP, P.PORTO and GOCCOPP Unit Research, U. Aveiro)

 

 

13.30 – 14.30

Lunch break

 

 

14.30 – 17.00, Room "Grande Auditório"

Chair: Sandra Ribeiro

 

Panel 3 – Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues

 

1.     Intermedial dialogue and transnational storytelling in Wim Wenders’s films, Olivier Delers (University of Richmond)

2.     Intercultural and Multicultural Dialogues: Evolving Mutations in Contemporary Canadian Visual Art and Literary Productions, Adina Balint (University of Winnipeg)

3.    Validação transcultural do Inventário de Preocupações Interculturais (IPI): Estudo de avaliação da equivalência operacional e de mensuração entre as versões reduzidas do IPI de Portugal e do Brasil , Maria Moura Pinheiro (FPCEUC)

4.     Turning a page on cultural (mis)communication: how best to use contemporary picturebooks with adults and children, Margarida Morgado (IP Castelo Branco)

5.     Digital Storytelling in intercultural settings: Language and culture, translation, technology and reflection, Sandra Ribeiro (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

 

 

14.30 – 17.00, Room “Sala de Actos

Chair: Dália Liberato

Panel 2 Routes of cultural tourism

 

1.     Festivais literários como manifestações de turismo cultural: o caso do “Correntes d’Escritas 2018”, Pedro Liberato, Sara Sargo & Dália Liberato (ESHT, P.PORTO)

2.     Turismo Cultural e Dispositivos Digitais Móveis - Uma análise dos turistas em Lisboa através do video paper, Pedro Andrade (Universidade do Minho)

3.     Entre azeitonas e torresmos de rissol - Interculturalidade e Práticas alimentares no Baixo Alentejo, Ana Piedade (Lab-At/IPBeja; CRIA)

4.     Put Translation on the Map: How Public Institutions Provide Multilingual Visual Guides, Rebeca Cristina López González (Universidade de Vigo)

5.     Manifestações de turismo cultural em destinos de média dimensão: as perspetivas da autenticidade na valorização das tradições, Dália Liberato, Daniela Ferreira & Pedro Liberato (ESHT, P.PORTO)

 

 

29 March, Friday

 

 

 

09.00 – 10.00, Room “Grande Auditório

Plenary Session

Holocaust Education, Global Citizenship & Intercultural Competence

Zehavit Gross (School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Israel)

 

 

10.00 – 10.30

Coffee break

 

 

10.30 – 12.30, Room "Grande Auditório"

Chair: Sara Cerqueira Pascoal

Panel 3 Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues

 

1.     La interculturalidad del patriarcado: La simbología violenta contra las mujeres, Rosalía Rodríguez López (Universidad de Almería)

2.     Dialogando con el pasado sobre experiencias multiculturales: mujeres y época visigoda, Esperanza Osaba García (Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU)

3.     Modos de expresión de las mujeres en contextos adversos: una conexión entre la Roma republicana y el sufragismo británico, Alicia Valmaña Ochaíta (Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales de Toledo, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

4.     Internacionalización y Legislación Marítima Histórica (en Especial las Ordenanzas del Consulado de Bilbao de 1737), Rosa Mentxaka (UPV/EHU)

5.     Under the Big Top: Tourists, Refugees and the Rest of Us Through the Works of Michael Kvium and Banksy, Maria Sofia Pimentel Biscaia (Univ. Aveiro)

 

10.30 – 12.30, Room “Sala de Actos

Chair: António Oliveira

Panel 2 Routes of cultural tourism

 

1.     Itinéraires transfrontaliers pour le tourisme culturel - redécouverte et partage du patrimoine (sur l’exemple de la frontier entre la Bulgarie, la Grèce et la Turquie), Irena Bokova (Nouvelle Université Bulgare, Sofia)

2.     Łódź Film Route in the UNESCO creative city: Welcome to HollyŁódź, Natalie Moreno-Kamińska (Institute of Contemporary Culture, Faculty of Philology, University of Lodz)

3.     Culture jamming or the role of intention: an empirical approach, António Oliveira (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO e Universidade de Vigo)

4.     Cultural tourism in small cities and rural areas: the case of Beja, Portugal, Maria João Ramos & João Almeida Rodrigues (Polytechnic Institute of Beja)

5.     Catalan places: Museums and nature – From local to national identity, Blanka Rzewuska (University of Warsaw and Polish Sociological Society)

 

 

 

12.30 – 14.00

Lunch break

 

 

14.00 – 16.30 – Room "Grande Auditório"

Chair: Laura Tallone

Panel 3 Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues

 

1.    Del dicho al hecho: El estatus jurídico y social de las lenguas indígenas de América Latina, Laura Tallone (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

2.     O processo de agencificação europeu: Desafios linguísticos, Luísa Verdelho Alves (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

3.     Smart Cities, Wise Villages, Manuela Veloso (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

4.     Viver entre duas culturas: O romance Schwarzer Tee mit drei Stück Zucker da autora Renan Demirkan, Micaela Marques Moura (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

5.     Vamos brincar de índio? Representação de minorias étnicas no carnaval de rua do Brasil, Juliana Alves de Alcantara (Universidade de Coimbra)

 

 

14.00 – 16.30 – Room “Sala de Actos

Chair: Marco Furtado

Panel 1 Theoretical concepts of interculturalism and multiculturalism

 

1.     Tatuagem como Arte Urbana, Pedro Furão Pereirinha (CEI, ISCAP-P.PORTO)

2.     Global Competence – Working toward an inclusive world, María del Carmen Arau Ribeiro (Polytechnic Institute of Guarda) & Ágnes Ibolya Pál (Budapest Business School)

3.     Mobile Cultural Borders: Comparison between the multicultural perspectives of Will Kymlicka (Canada), Hector Alonzo Moreno Parra (Colombia) and Tariq Modood (UK), Patrick Imbert (University of Ottawa)

4.     What is ’interculturality’ and ’multiculturalism’ in schools? A critical view on school practitionersconceptualisations, Nikolett Szelei (Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa)

5.     Cool Muslims The Curious Saga of Icelandic Muslims and notions of Multiculturalism, Magnús T. Bernhardsson (Wiliams College)

 

 

 

30 March, Saturday

 

 

 

09.00 – 11.00, Room "Grande Auditório"

Chair: Clara Sarmento

Special Thematic Panel Intercultural Academic Cooperation

 

1.    Pragmalinguistic Perspective on Cross-Cultural Communication in Professional Setting, Gunta Rozina (University of Latvia)

2.     Multicultural Cooperation Experience: Challenges and Opportunities, Indra Karapetjana (University of Latvia)

3.     Conocimiento Ecológico local de los pescadores artesanales en el marco de la gobernanza del mar: Estudio de caso en Galicia, España, Antonio Garcia Alut (Fundacion Lonxanet para la pesca sostenible, A Coruña)

4.     Museums as powerful organizations to engage people around culture and create bonds with their community. The case study of the Wing Luke Museum (Seattle) and the Museum of Arts and History (Santa Cruz, US), Mònica Molina (TUDISTAR – Tourism Research Group, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

 

09.00 – 11.00, Room “Sala de Actos”

Chair: Estela Ribeiro Lamas

Panel 3 Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues

 

1.     Língua maternal: Potencialidades linguísticas e culturais no reforço da aprendizagem de uma língua estrangeira – o caso do Inglês, Valdemiro Abel Bié e Estela Ribeiro Lamas (UMUM, Campus Universitário de Cambine, Inhambane, Moçambique)

2.     Contributo da multiculturalidade e da interculturalidade para o ensino de História, Dinis Armando Guidione e Anabela Lima Maria (UMUM, Campus Universitário de Cambine)

3.     A valorização das línguas nacionais para a aprendizagem do Português: O conto tradicional – suas potencialidades, Justo Diquissone Meque e Estela Ribeiro Lamas (UMUM, Campus Universitário de Cambine)

4.     Monumentos e Memoriais da Guerra em Moçambique: Abertura ao diálogo intercultural – contributos para a Educação e para o Turismo, Sebastião Cardoso, Zulfa Ngomana, Margarida Gomes e Estela Lamas (UMUM, Campus Universitário de Cambine)

 

 

09.00 – 11.00, Room 015

Chair: Nils Roemer

Panel 3 Multimodal Intercultural Dialogues

 

1.     Kahlil Gibran in America: Arab identity and poetics of vision, Rosita D’Elia (G. D’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy)

2.     Marginal Geographies of the Holocaust, Nils Roemer (University of Texas at Dallas)

3.     Epistemic Dialogues, Memory Spaces, and Peripheral Knowledge. The Case of the Museum of Memory and Tolerance in Mexico City, Pedro J. Gonzalez (University of Texas at Dallas)

 

 

11.00 – 12.00, Room “Grande Auditório

Plenary Session

Multicultural Perceptions of Sound Universes

Álvaro Barbosa (University of Saint Joseph, Macau, SAR China)

 

Closing Session.

 

 

12.00

Conference lunch and visit to Porto