Speakers and Abstracts


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Keynote Speakers


Mea Maxima Vulva: Appreciation and Aesthetics of Chance in Nymphomaniac
Tarja Laine, University of Amsterdam

Individual Papers


Realism and the evaluation of resistance: The case of Wadjda.
Marguerite Mary La Caze, University of Queensland

Visual Expressionism and Asserted Symbolism in La Fille coupée en deux
Jacob Leigh, Royal Holloway College University of London

Evaluating Ambiguity
Hoi Lun Law, University of Bristol

Cinema Stripped Bare: The Aesthetics of Vulgar Literalness in Films of Hong Sangsoo
Louis Wai-Chun Lo, National Taipei University of Technology

‘Great love come too late?’ a critical evaluation of the emotional terrain in Max Ophuls’ Liebelei (Germany, 1931)
Iris Luppa, London South Bank University

Preconstituted Panels


Taking Form: From Ontogenesis to Repetition and Exhaustion
Nikolaj Lubecker, University of Oxford Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli, University of California Davis Kris Fallon, University of California Davis

Ethics and Aesthetics in True Detective
Steven Peacock, University of Hertfordshire Elliott Logan, University of Queensland Jason Jacobs, University of Queensland