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CONFERENCE PROGRAM
Day 1: February 26th, 2015
08:00 – 08:30

Registration
Opening

08:30 – 09:00

- Welcome address by the Director of ISLAI, Béja, Dr. Faouzi Mhamdi
- Welcome address by the Head of the English Department, Dr. Youssef Mezrigui
- Opening remarks by the Conference Coordinator, Mrs Imen Mzoughi

09:00 – 09:20

Keynote Speaker: Pr. Mohamed Mansouri (University of Manouba), “‘De-siloisation’: Translation as a
Proxy”

09:20 – 09:35

Coffee Break

Panel 1: Surveying Interdisciplinary Practices in Translation and Education

Chair: Pr. Mohamed Mansouri

09:35 –09:55

Dr. Lamia Ben Youssef (University of Alabama), “Of Discipline and Interdisciplinarity: Policing the
Racial and Gendered Boundaries of the Core Curriculum in American Higher Education.”

09:55 –10:15

M’Hamed Krifa (University of Kairouan), “Rethinking the Religious Text: A Conceptual Framework
for an Interdisciplinary Translation of the Quran”

10:15 – 10:35

Dr. Rachida Sadouni (University of Algiers 2, Algeria), “Translation of Kabyle Stories into French in
Taos Amrouche’s Le Grain Magique (The Magic Grain)”

10:35 – 10:55

Ines Khalsi (University of Carthage), “Facebook for Interactive Online Learning”

Panel 2: Laying Bare the Interdisciplinary Dimension of Politics

Chair: Dr. Nourchene Sadkaoui

10:55 – 11:15

Keynote Speaker: Pr. Arshin Adib Moghaddam (University of London), “Interdisciplinarity and
Middle Eastern Studies”

11:15 – 11:35

Dr. Corinna Mullin (TBS), “The Benefits of Interdisciplinarity to Understanding Political Change”

11:35 – 11:55

Yosra Amraoui (University of Sousse), “Interdisciplinarity & Cultural Studies: An Integrationist Case in
Point”

11:55 – 12:15

Imen Gannouni Khemiri (University of Carthage), “Travelling Across Cultures: Reading the Contact
Zone in British Travel Accounts of Tunis”

12:15 – 12:35

Hbib Kodia (University of Manouba), “Religion, Politics and Secularism in the 21st Century”

12:35 – 12:55

Hamda Tebra (University of Jendouba), “Interdisciplinarity in Defining USA Foreign Policy of
Containment: From War on Communism to War on Terrorism”

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

Panel 3: Intersections between Humanities and Social Sciences

Chair: Yosra Amraoui

14:00 – 14:20

Keynote Speaker: Pr. Lynn Hannachi ( University of Carthage), “When the Holocaust and the Civil
Rights Movement Meet: Richard Powers’ The Time of Their Singing”

14:20 – 14:40

Asma Dhouioui (University of Carthage), “E. E. cummings: The Mysterious Poet and Painter”

14:40 – 15:00

Houda Kefi (University of Jendouba), “Shavian Pygmalionism: A Psycholinguistic SelfRefashioning.”

15:00 – 15:20

Faten Houioui (University of Jendouba), “An Interdisciplinary Study of the Artistic Representation of
Trauma Theory - Amy Tan’s The Kitchen God’s Wife (1991) as a Case Study”

15:20 – 15:35

Coffee Break

Panel 4: Literary Theories and Interdisciplinarity

Chair: Dr. Rachida Sadouni

15:35 – 15:55

Zeineb Derbali (University of Kairouan), “Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Fifth Book of Peace (2004):
How Could Interdisciplinarity be Disciplined?”

15:55 – 16:15

Olfa Gandouz (University of Sousse), “A Civil War in the Greek Temple: The Interdisciplinary Interplay
between the Greek, the Modern, the Historical and the Psychological in Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning
Becomes Electra”

16:15 – 16:35

Naoual Zbidi, (University of Sousse), “Features of Interdisciplinarity, 'Unintelligibility' and CrossCulturalism in Diana Abu Jaber’s Crescent (2003)”

16:35 – 16:55

Maroua Touil, (University of Manouba), “Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: The Dialectics of History and
Fiction”

End of Day 1: Departure for Hotel in Tabarka

Day 2: February 27th, 2015
Panel 5: Special Interdisciplinary Practices in Linguistics

Chair: Pr. Arshin Adib Moghaddam

08:15 – 08:35

Keynote Speaker: Pr. Akila Sellami Baklouti (University of Sfax), “Interdisciplinarity vs.
Disciplinarity: Disciplinary Differences in the Evaluation of Research Articles”

08:35 – 0 8:55

Asma Maaoui Gaaloul (University of Tunis), “Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Language
Ability Testing: Validity Reconsidered”

08:55 – 09:15

Ali Berrabah (University of Es-Senia, Oran, Algeria), “Identity (Re)construction through Code
Switching Practices via ‘SMS Language’ in Algeria: A Case Study”

09:15 – 09:35

Temim Ata Allah (TBS), “Promoting Critical Thinking through Interdisciplinarity among ESP Learners:
The Case of Tunisian Business Students”

09:35 – 09:55

Mimoun Melliti (University of Kairouan), “Interdisciplinarity in Generic Models: Structural
Contamination in Research Articles and Research Letters”

09:55 – 10:10

Coffee Break

Panel 6: Special Interdisciplinary Applications of Discourse Analysis and Culture Studies
Chair: Dr. Corinna Mullin
10:10 – 10:30

Keynote Speaker Pr. Mounir Triki (University of Sfax) “The Pragmatics of Culture Studies:
Interdisciplinary Avenues for Historiography"

10:30 – 10:50

Dr. Jonathan Mason
Multidisciplinarity”

10:50 – 11:10

Yasser Rhimi (University of Tunis), “Disciplinarity/Interdisciplinarity in Bridging the Human and the
Natural Disparities: Climate Change as a Case Study ”

11:10 – 11:30

Ali Amri (University of Sfax), “The Norm or the Exception? Historicising Interdisciplinarity/Dispelling
the 'Disciplinary' Fog!”

11:30 – 11:50

Hiba Gharsalla (University of Sousse), “Culture Studies and Discourse Analysis”

(University

of

Sousse),

“Cultural

Studies:

Interdisciplinarity

and

11:50 – 12:10

Dr. Abdelhak Mejri (University of Carthage), “British Multiculturalism in the Early Twenty-First
Century: The Power of Discourse in the Relation between Cultural Diversity and Cultural Hegemony"

Panel 7: Literary Use of Interdisciplinarity

Chair: Dr. Lamia Ben Youssef Zayzafoun

12:10 – 12:30

Manel Mansour (University of Manouba), “African-American Women Writers and the Creation of a
New Style of Writing”

12:30 – 12:50

Ikram Hili (University of Sousse), "Domesticity in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath between the Personal and
the Political"

12:50 – 13:10

Najla Baccar (University of Sfax), "Interdisciplinarity: a Fashionable Trend or an Academic
Necessity? Martin Crimp’s No One Sees the Video as a Case Study"

13:10 – 14:10

Lunch

Panel 8: Intersections between Orality and Writing

Chair: Hamda Tebra

14:10 - 14:35

Boutheina Majoul (University of Jendouba), “Interdisciplinary Exegesis of Sufism in Doris Lessing’s
Literature”

14:35 - 14:55

Hager Ayadi (University of Kairouan), “Maghrebian Women's Storytelling: A Tool for Interdisciplinary
Collaboration”

14:55 - 15:15

Cyrine Kortas (University of Sousse), “Voicing the Self in Their Eyes Were Watching God”

15:15 – 15:35

Khadidja Djelili (University of Algeria), “A Pragmatic Approach to Algerian Theatrical Discourse: The
Martyrs Are Back as a Case Study”

Closing Ceremony

List of Participants:
1.

Abdelhak Mejri (University of Carthage)

19. Ines Khalsi (University of Carthage)

2.

Akila Sellami Baklouti (University of Sfax)

20. Jonathan Mason (University of Sousse)

3.

Ali Amri (University of Sfax)

21. Khadidja Djelili (University of Algeria)

4.

Ali Berrabah (University of Es-Senia,

22. Lamia Ben Youssef (University of Alabama)

Oran,Algeria)

23. Lynn Hannachi (University of Carthage)

5.

Arshin Adib Moghaddam (University of London)

24. Manel Mansour (University of Manouba)

6.

Asma Dhouioui (University of Carthage)

25. Maroua Touil (University of Manouba)

7.

Asma Maouia Gaaloul (University of Tunis)

26. M’Hamed Krifa (University of Kairouan)

8.

Bootheina Majoul (University of Jendouba)

27. Mimoun Melliti (University of Kairouan)

9.

Corinna Mullin (University of Tunis)

28. Mohamed Mansouri (University of Manouba)

10. Cyrine Kortas (University of Sousse)

29. Mounir Triki (University of Sfax)

11. Faten Houioui (University of Jendouba)

30. Najla Baccar (University of Sfax)

12. Hager Ayadi (University of Kairouan)

31. Naoual Zbidi (University of Sousse)

13. Hamda Tebra (University of Jendouba)

32. Olfa Gandouz (University of Sousse)

14. Hbib Kodia, (University of Manouba)

33. Rachida Sadouni (University of Algiers 2, Algeria)

15. Hiba Gharsalla (University of Sousse)

34. Temim Ataallah (University of Tunis)

16. Houda Kefi (University of Jendouba)

35. Yasser Rhimi (University of Tunis)

17. Ikram Hili (University of Sousse)

36. Yosra Amraoui (University of Sousse)

18. Imen Gannouni Khemiri (University of Carthage)

37. Zeineb Derbali (University of Kairouan)


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