10 a.m. John C. Barnes (UCD): Welcome
10.05 a.m. Susan Bassnett (Glasgow and Warwick): Opening remarks
Introduced by Eanna O’Ceallachain (Glasgow)
10.30 a.m. Joseph Farrell (Strathclyde): Pirandello in His Own Right: Is Translation Possible or
10.50 a.m. Eanna O’Ceallachain (Glasgow): Sanguineti’s Sei personaggi.com: A Travesty of an Intralingual Translation
11.10 a.m. Malcolm Yates Knight (Scottish Mask & Puppet Centre): Mask Relativism and Theatres of the Mirror.
Chair: Davide Messina (Edinburgh)
11.40 p.m. Coffee
12.00 p.m. Marta Fumi (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore): Pirandello, Goethe and the Translation of Roman Elegies: a New Focus on Style
12.20 p.m. Matthew Mild (Keele): The Pragmatography of Transcultural Interfaith Neuromodernity Luigi’s Alletto and Virginia’s Walsh as Neuromodernist Memosubalterns
12.40 p.m. Michael Subialka (California): Translating Life: Contemporary Performances of Pirandello in the UK.
Chair: Elisa Segnini (Glasgow)
1.10 p.m. Lunch
2.20 p.m. Caitríona Cassidy (Glasgow): Pirandello and French Public Theatre: Two productions
of Vestire gli ignudi
2.40 p.m. Magdalena Kampert (Glasgow): Theatre Self-translation and Cultural renegotiation: the Case of Luigi Pirandello
3.00 p.m. Zsuzsanna Balázs (NUI Galway): Resistant Bodies: Androgynous Spectacle in Modern European Drama and Pirandello
Chair: Elwira Grossman (Glasgow)
3.30 p.m. Coffee
3.40 p.m. Book presentation: Enza De Francisci, A ‘New’ Woman in Verga and Pirandello (Oxford: Legenda, 2018). In conversation with Katharine Mitchell (Strathclyde)
4.00 p.m. Film screening: Dreaming (Or Is It?) produced by Simon Image and directed by Doug Rollins.
4.30 p.m. Enza De Francisci (Glasgow): Closing
Generously sponsored by Glasgow University, Society for Italian Studies and the Italian Cultural Institute (Edinburgh).