02/06/2015-02/07/2015, Symposium: “New Orleans and the Global South. Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival”, Cologne

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A Transarea Symposium, organized by Gesine Müller (University of Cologne), Ottmar Ette (University of Potsdam), and the Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), in cooporation with the Departments of Romance Studies of the Universites of Cologne and Potsam, Hoch­schu­le für Musik und Tanz Köln – In­sti­tut für Welt­mu­sik und trans­kul­tu­rel­le Mu­sik­for­schung, DFG − Emmy Noe­ther Nach­wuchs­grup­pe “Trans­ko­lo­nia­le Ka­ri­bik”, CA IV: Cul­tu­res and So­cie­ties in Tran­si­ti­on, POINTS Pots­dam In­ter­na­tio­nal Net­work of Transarea Stu­dies.

02/06/2015-02/07/2015: New Orleans and the Global South Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival

02/06/2015-02/07/2015: New Orleans and the Global South Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival

Program

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004

08:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)

Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global Archipelago

Creolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans

10:45-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels

12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier

12:45-14:30 Lunch break

Creolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne; University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne; Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne.

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 00408:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global ArchipelagoCreolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans10:45-11:15 Coffee break11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier12:45-14:30 Lunch breakCreolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne
University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne

Organization and Concept:
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

This conference is a cooperation between the following institutions:
Departments of Romance studies of the Universities of Cologne and Potsdam,
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Institut für Weltmusik und transkulturelle Musikforschung
DFG − Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe “Transkoloniale Karibik”
Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition,
POINTS Potsdam International Network of Transarea Studies

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 00408:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global ArchipelagoCreolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans10:45-11:15 Coffee break11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier12:45-14:30 Lunch breakCreolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne
University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne

Organization and Concept:
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

This conference is a cooperation between the following institutions:
Departments of Romance studies of the Universities of Cologne and Potsdam,
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Institut für Weltmusik und transkulturelle Musikforschung
DFG − Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe “Transkoloniale Karibik”
Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition,
POINTS Potsdam International Network of Transarea Studiesin cooporation with the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition and POINTS.

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 00408:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global ArchipelagoCreolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans10:45-11:15 Coffee break11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier12:45-14:30 Lunch breakCreolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne
University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne

Organization and Concept:
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

This conference is a cooperation between the following institutions:
Departments of Romance studies of the Universities of Cologne and Potsdam,
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Institut für Weltmusik und transkulturelle Musikforschung
DFG − Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe “Transkoloniale Karibik”
Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition,
POINTS Potsdam International Network of Transarea Studies

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 00408:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global ArchipelagoCreolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans10:45-11:15 Coffee break11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier12:45-14:30 Lunch breakCreolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne
University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne

Organization and Concept:
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

This conference is a cooperation between the following institutions:
Departments of Romance studies of the Universities of Cologne and Potsdam,
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Institut für Weltmusik und transkulturelle Musikforschung
DFG − Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe “Transkoloniale Karibik”
Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition,
POINTS Potsdam International Network of Transarea Studies

Friday, February 6, 2015
Place: University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 00408:45-09:00
Welcome
Michael Bollig (Global South Studies Center Cologne)Introduction
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)9:00-10:00 Opening
Ottmar Ette (Potsdam): Carnival and other Catastrophes. New Orleans: A Global ArchipelagoCreolization I: Language and Literature

10:00-10:45
Owen Robinson (Essex): “Don’t anyone tell me that New Orleans is a filthy swamp-hole”: fate, fever, and the city as nexus in Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein’s The Mysteries of New Orleans10:45-11:15 Coffee break11:15-12:00
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh (Regensburg): Entre la Caraïbe et l’Amérique du Nord: le créole louisianais et son lexique à la lumière de ses contacts linguistiques et culturels12:00-12:45
Philipp Krämer (Berlin): Antiquité, Moyen Age, XIXe siècle – la longue histoire du créole louisianais chez Alfred Mercier et Alcée Fortier12:45-14:30 Lunch breakCreolization II: Music and More
Place: Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal

14:30-14:35 Welcome
Hans Neuhoff (Cologne)

14:35-15:30: Keynote
Wolfram Knauer (Jazz Institute Darmstadt): “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?” The Myth Called New Orleans in Jazz History, its Origin and its Influence on Jazz up to the Present Day

15:30-16:15
Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink (Saarbrücken): Louisiane − Québec − Acadie. Enjeux politiques et créativités culturelles dans les relations francophones transversales

16:15-16:45 Coffee break

16:45-17:30
Tobias Kraft (Potsdam): New Orleans Open World. Playing Assasins’s Creed III: Liberation

17:30-18:30: Keynote
Berndt Ostendorf (Munich): New Orleans, Creolization and All That Jazz

18:30-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-20:00: Concert
Mambo Big Band, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, conducted by Alfonso Garrido and Jan Schneider

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Place: Neuer Senatsaal, Hauptgebäude, University of Cologne

Carnival

8:45-9:45: Keynote
Rosary O’Neill (New York): Mardi Gras: Behind the Mask: The Secret Structure of New Orleans Carnival

9:45-10:30:
Aurelie Godet (Paris): “Mardispeak”: A Window on the Creolization Process in New Orleans

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

New Orleans, Caribbean and Beyond

11:00-11:45
Gesine Müller (Cologne): Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans

11:45-12:30
William Boelhower (Baton Rouge, Louisiana): New Orleans Instaurata: Creolized Archives, Wild Weather, and Floating Signifiers.

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:15
Sonja Arnold (Cologne): Beyond Robinsonade – Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Descriptions of New Orleans and Brazil as Example for a South-South Connection

14:15-15:00
Bill Marshall (Stirling, Scotland): New Orleans, Nodal Point of the French Atlantic?

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15
Michael Zeuske (Cologne): Nueva Orleans/New Orleans and Havana – Two Metropolis of the Slave Trade in the Greater Caribbean

16:15-17:00 Closing
Eugenio Matibag (Iowa): From the Philippines to New Orleans: Asian-American Creolizations on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Places:
University of Cologne, Seminargebäude, Room 004, Universitätsstraße 37, 50931 Cologne
University of Cologne, Hauptgebäude, Alter Senatssaal, Albertus Magnus Platz, 50931 Cologne
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Kammermusiksaal, Unter Krahnenbäumen 87, 50668 Cologne

Organization and Concept:
Gesine Müller (Cologne) and Ottmar Ette (Potsdam)

This conference is a cooperation between the following institutions:
Departments of Romance studies of the Universities of Cologne and Potsdam,
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Institut für Weltmusik und transkulturelle Musikforschung
DFG − Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe “Transkoloniale Karibik”
Global South Studies Center Cologne (Center of Excellence), CA IV: Cultures and Societies in Transition,
POINTS Potsdam International Network of Transarea Studies

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