RESEARCHING YOUNG READERS THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL APPROACHES –THE 2ND ANNUAL SEMINAR OF THE CENTER FOR YOUNG PEOPLE’S LITERATURE AND CULTURE/ 7th June, 2015 Department of English Studies, Wrocław University, Room 308b

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8.30-8.50 REGISTRATION

8.50-9.00 OPENING

9.00-11.05 SESSION ONE: METHODOLOGIES, APPROACHES, RESULTS

Chair: Junko Yokota

Zofia Zasacka (National Library, Warszawa, Poland), Trends in Young Adults’ Reading Preferences

Anna Maria Czernow (Warsaw University, Poland), In Search of “Why”: Ethnographic Interview in Reading Research

Skans Kersti Nilsson (University of Borås, Sweden), “What’s so special about reading fiction?” Young Adults’ Attitudes and Ideas in Personal Interviews

Kjell Ivar Skjerdingstad (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences and The Norwegian College of Dance, Norway), Excitement, Voice and Relevance – Sketching a Model for the Assessment of Fiction

Magdalena Rembowska-Płuciennik (Polish Academy of Sciences and the Humanities, Warszawa, Poland) and Aleksandra Jerzmanowska (University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warszawa, Poland), Psychological and Literary Perspective on Reader Response: A Joint Research Programme

11.05-11.30 Coffee break

11.35-12.25 SESSION TWO: READERS AS WRITERS

Chair: Magdalena Rembowska-Płuciennik

Angelika Szopa (Wrocław University, Poland), When the Reader Becomes the Writer: Fanfiction as the Cultural Legacy of Contemporary YA Literature

Magdalena Sikorska (Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland), Childhood Reading Memories: Brief Case Studies

12.25-13.25 Lunch

13.25-15.05: SESSION THREE: PEDAGOGIES

Chair: Krystyna Zabawa

Karolina Jędrych (University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland), In Search of a Perfect Book Set

Dorota Michułka (Wrocław University, Poland), Katarzyna Leszczyńska- Niedrygoś (Elementary School in Żytniów and Junior High School in Rudniki Wieluńskie, Poland), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as School Reading

Alicja Ungeheuer-Gołąb (University of Rzeszów, Poland), On Difficult – Not Difficult Children’s Poetry on the Example of Selected Polish Children’s Poems

Junko Yokota (National Louis University, Chicago, USA), Literature of Cultural Diversity: Reader Response to Mirrors and Windows

15.05-15.25 Coffee break

15.25-16.30 SESSION FOUR: YOUNG READERS AND NEW MEDIA

Chair: Skans Kersti Nilsson

Krystyna Zabawa (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Kraków, Poland), Researching Young Readers in Digital Reality: New Challenges and New Possibilities. A Case Study

Jakub Krogulec (Wrocław University, Poland), This War of Mine and Papers, Please: Video Games in Service of Anti-war Sentiment

Aleksandra Mochocka (Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland), Adaptation as Guidance and Testimony: You Tube Book Trailers of Young Adult Fiction

16.30-16.50 Coffee Break

16.50-18.05 SESSION FIVE: YOUNG READERS AND THE VISUAL

Chair: Magdalena Sikorska

William H. Teale (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA) and William Boerman-Cornell (Trinity Christian College, USA), Graphic Novels and Youth in the US: Trends in Publishing and School Instruction

Janice Bland (University of Münster, Germany), Multimodal Storying: Puzzles, Secrets and Joining Dots Exemplified by Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret

Janet Evans (independent scholar, UK), Who am I? Why am I here? and Where do I come from? Philosophy, Picturebooks and Children

18.05 CLOSING REMARKS

19.00 DINNER

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