Conference Programme (Wed-Fri)

Conference Schedule


6 pm: Whakatau - Official opening of conference – Atrium                  

6.30 pm: (approx): Light conference meal – Dining Area

7.30 pm: WMIER sponsored Keynote 1: Professor Rupert Wegerif – Dining Area

Chair: Bronwen Cowie


8.30-9: Registrations and Coffee / Tea – Atrium and Dining Area

9-10: Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) sponsored Keynote 2: Professor Craig Brandist  - Dining Area

Chair: David Beckett

10-10.30: Morning Tea – Dining Area

10.30-12: Session 1

Stream 1 - Chair: Lisabeth Ferrarelli – Dining Area

1. Jinrui Li - Analysing the social construction of feedback in think-aloud data – A combined Vygotskian and Bakhtinian approach

2. Carl Mika and Sarah Jane Tiakiwai – Tawhiao’s sayings: The second Maori King, Bakhtin, and our responses

3. Jennifer Jackson Whitley – These fragments I have shored against my ruins: Using Intertextuality in the High School Classroom

Stream 2 - Chair: Richard Heraud – MBA Space

1. E. Jayne White and Michael A. Peters  (in absentia) - Creativity, Dialogue, and Place: Vitebsk, the early Bakhtin and the Origins of the Russian Avant-Garde

2. Alexander Sidorkin - The Limits of Dialogue

3. Vladimir Zinchenko (In absentia, presented by Eugene Matusov) - Borderless of Bakhtin’s Dialogism

Stream 3 - Chair: Angie Davies – Waikato Room

1. Meripa Toso - Thinking within the Va and Chronotope: Disruption or alignment?

2. Jan Gube - Reconsidering the Ethnic Self in Institutional Spaces in Bakhtinian Thoughts

3. Margaret Stuart - Heteroglossial positioning? ‘Biculturalism’ in Early Childhood Education in Aotearoa/NZ

12-1: Lunch

1-2:  Faculty of Education Sponsored Keynote 3: Professor Karin Junefelt – Dining Area

Chair: Sonja Arndt

2-3.30: Session 2

Stream 1 - Chair: Bridgette Redder – Dining Area

1. Ana Marjanovic-Shane and Jayne White - When the footlights are off?: A Bakhtinian interrogation of play as postupok

2. Lia de Vocht - Exploring dialogic research as a tool for teachers to respond morally to children’s utterances

3. David Kellogg and Kim Yongho - Bulgasari, or, How to Make an Ethical Preconcept out of an Esthetic One

Stream 2 - Chair: Maureen Kumeroa – MBA Space

1. Elizabeth Turner - What’s be happen? A dialogic approach to the analysis of reggae lyrics

2. Isabel Dulfano - Heteroglossia and Indigenous Feminist Writing and Theory

3. Sergey Kozin - Bakhtin vs. Berdyaev vs. God-builders

Stream 3 - Chair: Angie Davies – Waikato Room

1. Laura D’Rozario - The Monster Mash: The Cycle of Narrative Power in Frankenstein

2. Brian Edmiston - How dramatic inquiry can extend the limits and perspectives of dialogism in teaching and learning

3. Elizabeth Kozleski - The Trouble with Behavior:  It’s in the Interpretation

Stream 4 – Chair: Pam Harding - Board Room

1. Alexander (Sasha) Lobok – 1 hour Skype dialogue (Translation by Eugene Matusov)

2. Christopher Naughton –Teachers challenging uncritical compliance. A reflection on Bakhtin in the context of early childhood student teachers on practicum

3.30-4: Afternoon Tea

4-5.30 – Session 3

Stream 1- Chair: Richard Heraud – Dining Area

1. Po-Chi Pansy Tam - In search of chronotopes of drama lessons for promoting children’s dialogic meaning making  

2. Anastasia Grib - Bakhtin in the study of Islamic art: Motif-chains and chronotope of the African Qur’anic board

3. Rajni Mujral - Carnival of the In-between as the Realisation of the Dialogic

Stream 2 - Chair: Maggie Lyall – MBA Space

1. Helen Grimmett - WITHIN practice PD: Professional Development WITH a teacher, IN their practice

2. Tony Cartner - Bakhtin and Polyauralcy in Pedagogical Dialogism

3. Gerard Boland - Providing a Context for Dialogical, Co-intentional Learning and Teaching: ‘Rolling Role’ and ‘Mantle of the Expert Drama’

Stream 3 - Chair: Maureen Kumeroa – Waikato Room

1. Eugene Matusov and Ana Marjanovic-Shane - Local Partisan-Visionary vs. Global Relationship-Power aspects of Dialogic Pedagogy

2. Mahtab Janfada - Transforming Medical English pedagogy through ‘Integrated, Dialogic’ approach in Iranian tertiary context: Toward ontological, clinical pedagogy

3. Diane Tasker - Mindful dialogues in community-based physiotherapy: Emergence of Bakhtinian thought in a qualitative research project

Stream 4 - Chair: Lisabeth Ferrarelli – Board Room

1. Lena Geijer - Dialogues for teaching and learning

2. Belkacem Taieb - Dialogism in Berber studies

3. Courtney White & Lynley Tulloch - The Call from Across the Boundary: A Dialogic Investigation into the Language of ‘Otherness’ through Bakhtin’s concept of ‘Being as Event’  and ‘Self/Other’ Dialogue       

6:00: Book launch – Bar area

6.30: Conference dinner at Hopuhopu – Dining Area

 Entertainment by Kiwi Cavcasia


8-8.45: Conference planning forward – Waikato Room

Chair: Karin Junefelt

8.45-9: Registrations - Foyer

9 – 10: Faculty of Education sponsored Keynote 4: Professor Eugene Matusov – Dining Area

Chair: Lia de Vocht

10-10.30: Session 4

Stream 1 - Chair: Richard Heraud – Dining Area

1. Bob Fecho, Michelle Falter and Lisa Hall - On the Boundaries: Standards, Assessment, Dialogical Teaching, and Reflective Research


Stream 2 - Chair: Bridgette Redder – MBA Space

1. Sophia Barnes – Dialogism and Aesthetic Activity in Doris Lessing’s ‘The Golden Notebook’

2. Peter Rule - Bakhtin’s Pedagogy: A Diacognitive Analysis

3. Fang Li - Perspectives and Limitations in Bakhtin’s Dickens: Player/Character and Speaker/Self in Our Mutual Friend

Stream 3 - Chair: Pam Harding – Waikato Room

1. Yoshonora Yamada - Using reverberated dialogue to examine collaborative learning within hierarchical social relations

2. Kendall Richards - Exploring and using perspectives of key academic assessment terms through a dialogue-based ‘anti-glossary’ approach

2. Sonja Arndt - Dialogic ruptures: life, death and silence in intercultural encounters

Stream 4 - Chair: Desley McFarlane – Board Room

1. Mark Allinson - From transactions to interactions: simulations in complex learning and Discovery

2. Marcos Rogério Martins Costa (In absentia) presented by Patrícia Margarida Farias Coelho – Between the Polifonic Hero and the Author-Creation: A Semiotic Analysis 

3. Lisa Hall - Magnet Moving, Materiality & Shifting Boundaries in a Secondary English Classroom

10.30-11.00: Morning Tea – Dining Area

11.00-12.30: Session 5

Stream 1 - Chair: Angie Davis – Dining Area

1. Sook Hee Lee - Dialogic Interplay between Averral and Attribution in High- and Low-Graded Persuasive Essays by Undergraduate Students

2. David Kellogg - The Fox, the Crow, and the Cheese: Storytelling with Halliday, Vygotsky, and Voloshinov

3. Eugene Matusov - Legitimacy of non-negotiable imposition in diverse approaches to education

Stream 2 - Chair: Maggie Lyall – MBA Space

1. Kiyo Miyazaki - Questioning as the key for the dialogic lesson: An attempt to expand Bakhtin’s the view of dialogue by Gadamer’s hermenutic theory of question and answer

2. Marianne Cavalcante, Andressa Barros & Jose Filho – The Constitution of Discursive Genre Present in the Mother-Baby Dialogic Interactions

3. Davi Silistino de Souza - Polyfony in The Brothers Karamazov: Christian Dialogical Tension in Alexei Fyodorovitch Karamazov`s interactions

Stream 3 - Chair: Desley McFarlane – Waikato Room

1. Hsiao-Yung Wang - Reviving the Spirit of Dialogism: Reflection on Heteroglossia from a Taiwanese perspective

2. Patricia Coelho - A look Bakhtiniano about the brazilian game: The tenement/ UM OLHAR bakhtiniano no game o Cortiço

3. Mikhail Gradovski - A review: The use of Bakhtinian concepts in empirical studies in the field of Education in Norway between 2003 and 2013   

12.30-1.30: Lunch – Dining Area

1.30-2.30: Keynote 5: University of Waikato sponsored Professor Michael Gardiner – Dining Area

Chair: Lynley Tulloch

2.30-3: Close of conference: Panel of all Keynote Speakers – Dining Area

Chair: Jayne White

3.00-3.30: Afternoon Tea – Dining Area

3.30: Depart on bus for kiwi fish’n’chip dinner – Raglan Beach

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