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in Discourse & in the Literary/Artistic Imagination

16th, 17th, 18th   April 2024


                                                 DAY 1: Tuesday 16th April  2024

 9:00 – 9:30 Opening Ceremony

* President of the University of Tunis: Prof. Habib SIDHOM

* Faculty Dean: Prof. Othman HASNAOUI

*Coordinator of the organizing committee: Prof. Saloua KAROUI- ELOUNELLI



9:30 – 10:15Key-Note speech: Pr. Mickael POPPELARD  (University of CAEN, France)

“Dost thou think so, spirit ?”: Rethinking social and environmental (in)justice through Shakespeare’s The Tempest  and Aimé Césaire’s Une Tempête.


10:15 – 10:30 Discussion

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break

10:45 – 12:30 PANEL 2

                              Moderator:  Dr. Amira HADHILI (University of Tunis)

10:45- 11:10 Lamia TAYEB   (University  of Tunis-Manar)

“J. M. Coetzee’s ecopoetics and environmental ethics: A neo-materialist reading of Life and Times of Michael K and The Lives of Animals

11:10 – 11:35 Haddad MORDJANA (University of Oum El-Bouaghi, Algeria)

Social Injustice between Ecological Determinism and Human Resilience Strategies in Babour Ellouh (2021) and Harga (2021& 2022) TV Series   



11:35 – 12:00 Mohamed-Djihad SOUSSI  (Institut Supérieur des Langues. U of Carthage)

Le cas Ian Brady, ou quand un tueur en série pense la morale et la justice                                                                                                       

12:00 – 12:30 Discussion                                                                                                                      

12:30 – 13:45 LUNCH

14:00 – 15:20 PANEL 3   (online)

                 Moderator: Dr. Lamia TAYEB

14:00 – 14:20 Kiril Hadzhikosev, PhD candidate (Sofia University)

Expression and Monumentality: “The Whole Unfinished History”


14:20-14:45 Ergün Baylan, PhD candidate (Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University)

Indigenous Environmentalist Approach and Land Back Movement: Reservation Dogs’ Green Cause

14:40 – 15:00 TALAT, PhD candidate (National Institute of Technology Patna, India)

The Silent Struggles: Violence, Social Injustice and the Resilience of Dalit Women

15:00- 15:20 Yesmina KHEDHIR (University of Debrecen, Hungary)

“There’s No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster”: Environmental Racism, Ecological Trauma, and Communal Resistance in Jesmyn Ward’s Post-Katrina Novel Salvage the Bones

15:20 – 15:45  Discussion



DAY 2: Wednesday 17th April  2024

9:30- 11:15 PANEL 4: (Hybrid)

            Moderator: Prof. Lanouar BEN HAFSA

9:30- 10:00 Pr. Deborah MADSEN (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Environmental Agency and the ‘More-Than-Human’ in Native American Digital Narrative

10:00- 10:25 Dr. Bhat SHILPA (Karnavati University, India) Online

Citiization, Post-colonialism and ‘Scaping’ in Upamanyu Chatterjee’s English, August

10:25- 10:50 Radhia FLAH-GAIECH (University of Sousse)

Between Personal and Impersonal Justice: Negotiating Might and Right in T.H. White’s The Once and Future King

10:50- 11:15  Discussion

11:10- 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30-12:50  PANEL 5

           Moderator: Prof. Deborah MADSEN

11:30- 12:00  Bertrand CARDIN (University of Caen, France)

The Solace of Nature in Times of Troubles: Kerri ní Dochartaigh ’s Thin Places (2020) and Dara McAnulty’s Diary of a Young Naturalist (2020)

12:00- 12:30  Diana YANKOVA  & Andrei ANDREEV (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)

Social (in)justice for all: A case study of Bulgarian immigrants in Canada

12:30-: 12:50  Discussion

13:00-14:30 LUNCH

14:30- 15:55 PANEL 6

            Moderator: Prof. Bertrand CARDIN

14:30- 14:50  Maxim SHADURSKI  (Siedlce University, Poland)     Online

Narratives of the threshold: timescape and the novel in the face of environmental emergency

14:50- 15:10  Amel ZAOUGA  (University of Manouba)

The Environmental Mantra of What is Environmental Is Itself Social: A Transdisciplinary Study of Interactions between Human Beings and the Environment

15:10- 15:35 Lucia DELLA FONTANA & Mario LAARMANN (Sorbonne Université, France and Saarland University, Germany)

Jessica Oublié’s Tropiques Toxiques – An Investigative Comic Book’s Contribution to

 Environmental and Social Justice

15:35-15:55 Discussion

15:45-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:45 PANEL 7

              Moderator: Prof. Wajih AYED (University of Sousse)

16:00-16:20 Fuad JADAN (University of Manouba)

Eco-social Injustices in Magic Realism: A Comparative Study

16:2516:45 Carles Granell SALES      (UNED (National University of Distance Education) online                                                                                                                        



A Metamodernist period anthology: Borlik’s Literature and Nature in the English Renaissance: An Ecocritical Anthology

16:45- 17:05 Ichrak BEN HAMOUDA (Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle)

Sois Muse et tais-toi ! Musique et représentation des (in)justices genrées de George Sand à Nancy Huston

17:05- 17:20 Safa KAABI (U of Manouba)

Gender, Justice and Empowerment : constructing the societal Paradigm we inspire to inhabit

17:20- 17:45 Discussion

                                                 Day 3: Thursday 18th April 2024

9:00- 10:55 PANEL 08

        Moderator: Prof. Mickael POPPELARD

9:00- 9:25:  Raluca Elena COLTOIU (“Dimitrie Cantemir” National Military College, Romania)


Plurilingual vs Monolingual approach to English teaching

9:25- 9:50: Chahra BELOUFA  (Arab Open University / Saudi Arabia) online

Exploring Gratitude & Social Justice in Shakespeare’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’ & ‘The Merchant of Venice’

9:50-10:15:  Rudolf SÁRDI (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Tunisia)

Towards a Posthuman Gothic Justice: An Alternative Reading of Bram Stoker’s Dracula

10:15- 10:35  Sonia FARID (Faculty of Arts, Cairo University)

“¡Todos somos indios!”: Indigenous cosmopolitics in selected American oil-boom narratives

10:35-10:55: Discussion                                                                                                                       11:00- 11:15: Coffee Break

11:15- 13:15  Panel 09

         Moderator: Prof. Saloua KAROUI-ELOUNELLI

11:15- 11:40– Mourad ROMDHANI  (University of Sousse, Tunisia)

Temporal Quests and Spatial Resistance: Claiming Justice in William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury & Ghassan Kanafani’s All That’s Left to You

11:40-12:00– Tünde VARGA & Daniela JAUREGUI (Hungarian University of Fine Arts) online                                                                                                                            

Ecological Justice in Art Practices: From Representing the Indigenous to Long-term Practice


12:00- 12:25 Dmytro DROZDOVSKYI  Shevchenko Institute of Literature of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine                                                                                                                    online

Mitchell’s and Haddon’s Narratives as Social and Environmental Militances: Models of Posthuman Ontologies

12:25-12:50 Dr. Yang GINA Independent Scholar

Deaf View/Image Art and Deaf Experience: Resistive and Affirmative Strategies in the Work of Betty Miller and Susan Dupor




13:15-14:00 LUNCH






Prof. Mickael POPPELARD  (University of CAEN, France)

Prof. Deborah MADSEN (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Prof. Lanouar BEN HAFSA (FSHS, University of Tunis, Tunisia)

Prof. Bertrand CARDIN (University of Caen France)

Prof. Saloua KAROUI-ELOUNELLI (E.N.S, University of Tunis, Tunisia)

Prof. Wajih AYED (University of Sousse, Tunisia)

Dr. Amira HADHILI  (FSHS University of Tunis, Tunisia)

Dr. Maxim SHADURSKI  (Siedlce University, Poland)

Dr. Yang GINA  (Independent Scholar)

Prof. Diana YANKOVA   (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)

Prof. Andrei ANDREEV (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)

Dr. Haddad MORDJANA (University of Oum El-Bouaghi, Algeria)

Dr. Mohamed-Djihad SOUSSI (Institut Supérieur des Langues. U of Carthage)

Dr. Lamia TAYEB (University of Tunis-Manar, Tunisia)

Dr. Rudolf SÁRDI (Ecole Normale Supérieure, U. of Tunis, Tunisia)

Dr. Sonia FARID (Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, Egypt)

Dr. Mourad ROMDHANI (University of Sousse, Tunisia)

Dr. Radhia FLAH-GAIECH  (University of Sousse, Tunisia)

Dr. Amel ZAOUGA  (University of Tunis-Manar, Tunisia)

Dr. Lucia DELLA FONTANA (Sorbonne University, France)

Dr.Mario LAARMANN ( Saarland University, Germany)

Dr.Fuad JADAN (University of Manouba Tunisia)

Ichrak BEN HAMOUDA (Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle)

Yesmina KHEDHIR (University of Debrecen, Hungary)


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