Programme

January 28th, 2013

8.30am Office Opening – Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

9.15am Opening Ceremony – the Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro. Performance by flautist Monika Duarte Streitová.

9.30am Opening Conference – “Tribal Emotions – Daily Life and the Dream of Community”, Moisés Martins (University of Minho, Portugal). Chair: Maria Manuel Baptista. The Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

10.30am Coffee break

11am – 12.45pm Parallel Session 1

Room 1, 4th floor

Reflections on the Concepts of Leisure and Free Time

The Pedagogical Role of Free Time in Schools – Raimundo Nonato Silva

Work, Free Time and Leisure – The Compliment to Education and Culture – Aguinaldo Surdi, Antonio Cunha, Zenaide Galvão e José Tarcísio Grunennvaldt

Leisure and Work: Duality or Complementarity? – Sofia Valente (chair)

“School Structure” and the Second-Half (Segundo Tempo) Programme in Brazil – Sheylazarth Ribeiro

Room 2 – 4th Floor

Reflections on the Concepts of Leisure and Free Time

Leisure, Heritage Education and Free Time in Contemporary Times: The Role of School in Focus – Flora Tabosa e Telma Paiva

Swimming in the Sea as Living an Optimal Experience, Based on the Theory of Flow, of Csikzentmihalyi – Virgínia Coelho

Lifestyles in Contemporaneity: a hermeneutic-phenomenological study on the relationship of the individual with his leisure time – Francisco Antonio Francileudo (chair), J. Clerton Martins, Fabiana Neiva Brasileiro e Gustavo Fonseca Halley

An Understanding of Recreation via the Theory of Communicative Action – Marco Antonio Bettine de Almeida, Gustavo Gutierrez, Renato Rodrigues Marques

Room 3 – 4th Floor

Contemporary Cultures, Subjectivities and Social Time

Contemporary Rhythms of Work and the Place of Leisure in this Context – Cristian Schwartz e Ieda Rhoden (chair)

Leisure, Drink and Tell: Discourses on drinks in cafes, bars and taverns – Pedro Andrade

Social Capital as a Form of Recreation and Humanist Leisure: A Brazilian Reality – Aline Merçon e Elizabeth da Silva

Leisure and Socio-Cultural Animation – what relation? – Fernando da Costa

Room 4 – 4th Floor

Free Time, Identities and Subjectivities

Culture, Leisure and Identity – Madalena Aulicino (chair)

Bracero Lives and the Lack of Idleness in “Free Time” – Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez

Slow Movement: Motivations for membership in contemporary times – Lorena Ibiapina Gurgel e J. Clerton Martins

Leisure versus Idleness – The Modern Experience of Free Time – Renarde Nobre e Júlio César Abreu Filho

Room 5 – 3rd Floor

Free Time and Appropriation of Space: Rethinking the city as a place to live

Use of Space, Freedom and Constraints – São Paulo, a Clean City: Case Study – Helena Pires (chair)

Modern Cities and the Centralization of Leisure Facilities: A Case Study in Belo Horizonte, Brazil – Ana Claudia Porfírio Couto e Rafael Frois da Silva

The Potential of Language Tourism in Aveiro and its relationship with leisure – Ana Paula Lopes de Castro e Helena Silva

Towards a Proposal for Aveiro as a European Capital of Culture – Mariana Lopes e Rita Fanha

Room 6 – 3rd Floor

Tourism and Free Time: between Consumption and Contemplation

The Beach Playground – a Contemporary Invention – Manuel Costa (coord)

The Possibilities of Idle Experience in Leisure Travels in the Scenario of Contemporary Time Acceleration – Glaucia Oliveira, Dauana Cavalcante, Rodrigo Oliveira

From the 3-S Tourism (Sand, Sun and Sea) to the 3-L Tourism (Landscape, Learning and Leisure) – New Social Paradigms and their influence on cultural heritage management for tourism and local communities – Fabio Carbone

The Importance of creating a platform of leisure and promotion of cultural tourism for the ‘Erasmus’ community – David Sá e Maria Betânia Ribeiro

Room 7 – 3rd Floor

Leisure, Creativity, Arts and Literature

About the Interpretation of the Work of Art – Carlos Rueda

Leisure and Literature in Post-Modernity – Anne Ventura (chair)

Freedom, Humour and Well-Being: “Clowning” as a Leisure Experience – Kleber Santos

“Standing Waters, Deep Rapids”: Leisure and Inventiveness – Iara Souza

Playing with Reality: Playful Performances in Real Time and Real Space – Jorge Palinhos

12.45pm Lunch Break

2pm Plenary Session – “Current European Cultural Policies according to Research in Leisure Studies” Cristina Ortega Nuere (University of Deusto, Spain). Chair: Maria Jesus Monteagudo. Venue: the Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

3pm – 4.45pm Parallel Session 2

Room 1 – 4th Floor

Reflections on the Concepts of Leisure and Free Time

A Complex View of Leisure Experience in Contemporaneity – José Julio Torres , J. Clerton Martins, Marlon Lopes

Between Sacred Leisure and the Sacralisation of Leisure – Simão Daniel Silva

“Hi From Burma”: Leisure as a Contemporary Utopia – Larissa Latif

Idleness, Time and Existence – a perspective in the light of Heideggerian phenomenology and hermeneutics – Maria Manuel Baptista (chair)

Room 2 – 4th Floor

Contemporary Cultures, Subjectivities and Social Time

New Subjectivities in Leisure – Rui Machado Gomes

On Two Wheels I Find Worlds: Children and their bicycles between home and school – Rosana Coronetti Farenzena, Carlos Emanuel A. Matta, Beatriz Oliveira Pereira e Maria do Carmo Souza

“Nothing to do”: New epistemology(ies) of social time – Emília Araújo e Eduardo Duque

Spirituality as a leisure experience in contemporary culture: man searching for meaning in life – Fabiana Martins, J. Clerton Martins, Francisco Antonio Francileudo (chair) e Tyna Fontenele Scortegagna

Room 3 – 4th Floor

Contemporary Cultures, Subjectivities and Social Time

An Itinerary for Leisure: Cultural Tourism – Natália Alves

Temporalities of the backlander existence: the case of the Inhamuns subjects – Dauana Vale e J. Clerton Martins

The Flow of Work from Fisheries Craftsmen of Caucaia, Brazil: Fishermen’s experiences that transform the work of idleness day after day – Francisca Fabiana Lira, J. Clerton Martins e Camile Gouveia Brito

Leisure and Culture throughout life: the potential for leisure itineraries for the promotion of human development – Maria Jesus Monteagudo Sanchez (chair)

Room 4 – 4th Floor

Free Time, Identities and Subjectivities

Leisure and Tourism as a Contribution to the Sustainable Communities – Luzia Neide Coriolano e Edima Aranha Silva

Meanings of Slow Movement in the Lives of its Supporters – Lorena Iniapina Gurgel, J. Clerton Martins, Francisco Antonio Francileudo e Rodrigo de Castro Oliveira

Conversation with Stuart Hall: Some Contributions to Vocational Training in Leisure – Samuel Santos (chair)

Polish Erasmus Students: idleness, leisure, free-time and being at the University of Aveiro – Silvia Lourenço e Weronika Stangierska

Room 5 – 3rd Floor

Free Time and Appropriation of Space: Rethinking the city as a place to live

Experiences of Leisure in Urban Public Green Spaces – Mirleide Chaar Bahia e Silvio Figueiredo (chair)

By Lisbon: Cuts, Lights and Shadows of a City by the Sea… – Noémia Simões

The spas of Vizela, a place of health, tourism and pleasure – Manuela Cunha

Leisure for the Aveirenses (People from Aveiro): their cultural activities – Tânia Pedronho

Room 6 – 3rd Floor

Leisure, Creativity, Arts and Literature

Character types in reality shows: cultural manifestations and leisure within mass media modernity – Ana Luiza Coiro Moraes (chair) e Flavi Lisbôa Filho

The role of Leisure in the process of Musical Performance – Maria Joana Pereira

Reading in Moments of Leisure: gender relationships between the author and the reader – Ana Catarina Pinho e Cátia Susana dos Santos

Does file sharing kill or promote the author? – Sofia Buchholz

Momo (1973) by Michael Ende, from a perspective of humanistic leisure – Inês Gamelas

Room 7 – 3rd Floor

Free Time and the Life Cycle

Cultural Tourism in the City of João Pessoa: Focusing on the Elderly Tourist – Adriana Brambilla (chair)

Read as a way to see: the imagination in the experience of children’s leisure – Beatriz Mendes e Silvia Cambra

The Old and School: Memory, Resilience, Leisure and Care – Rosemary Madeira

The Clown and Hospital Recreation – Cleber Leão Júnior

4.45pm Coffee break. Book Launch: Turismo, Território e Conflitos Imobiliários, by Luzia Neide Coriolano.

5.15pm Plenary Session –“Leisure and Social Transformations: Between Modernity and Post-Modernity”, Dilma Brasileiro (Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil). Chair: Luzia Neide Coriolano, the Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

January 29th, 2013

9am Office Opening, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

9.30am Plenary Session: Leisure and Tourism as Possibilities for the Development of Sustainable Communities, Luzia Neide Coriolano (State University of Ceará, Brazil). Chair: Ricardo Uvinha. Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

10.30am Coffe break

11am – 1pm Parallel Session 3

Room 1 – 4th Floor

Lifestyles and Contemporary Acceleration

Attributes of leisure experiences and contradictory implications arising from contemporary lifestyle – Ieda Rhoden (chair)

Leisure as a possibility of reframing the contemporary lifestyle – Camile Gouveia Brito, J. Clerton Martins e Zuleika Araújo de Souza

Digital cultures, acceleration and mega event narratives – David McGillivray e Matt Frew

Contemporary Acceleration as Demarcation of Lifestyles and Quality of Life for Health Professionals – J. Clerton Martins, Maria Gorety Pereira e Adriana Alencar

Room 2 – 4th Floor

Tourism and Free Time: between Consumption and Contemplation

Leisure Habits and the Consumption of Cultural Products – Marta Vieira e Antonio Azevedo (chair)

Dark Tourism as a Humanist Leisure Experience – approximations between seemingly distant concepts – Belmira Coutinho

Tourism Researchers’ Perception of Tourism as Visitors – a Qualitative Study – Catarina Viegas e Guilherme Graça

Charm and Luxury Tourism in Oporto and the North of Portugal – Marta Cerqueira e Sofia Maia

Room 3 – 4th Floor

Popular Culture, Festivals and Leisure

The Festival as a Place for Leisure – Larissa Latif

Portuguese Popular Culture as a Festive Commodity: The Moliceiro boat painting competition – Clara Sarmento (chair)

De Verbo ad Verbvm: Echoes of ‘Idleness’ in Latin Expressions and Quotes – Mário Martins

Beyond Consumption and Contemplation: from Tourism as Language to the Relations of Power in Heritage – Jorge Carlos Freitas

Room 4 – 4th Floor

Leisure, Creativity, Arts and Literature

The Study of Leisure Aesthetics in Contemporary Art Museum Carré d’Art – Paulo Igreja

Theatre, Dreams and Shadows: Report on the experience of building a culture of childhood and the appropriation of public spaces for leisure – Maria Aparecida Veiga

Leisure experience and creative effort in contemporary music – Luís Alberto Bittencourt e Tatiana Vargas

Antarctica: Prophetic Place of Productive Idleness – Anabela Mendes (chair)

Room 5 – 3rd Floor

Leisure, Creativity, Arts and Literature

The theatre in Aveiro as a tourism product: idleness or leisure? – Vanessa Lamego e Ana Sofia Coelho

Recreation on Vacation Project: Insertions of Art and Culture as a Possibility for Leisure and Sports – Fernando Starepravo e Leêoncio Reis

The Future Dance of Isadora: Contemplation on Eternal Dance – Transcendental Idleness and Dance of the Future – Leonor Barata (chair)

The object of culture – literature and leisure in a liberating context – Rosa Pinho e Marco Hilário Tavares

Room 6 – 3rd Floor

Free Time and the Life Cycle

Adolescence and free time: a study on the importance of leisure in emotional development – Liciana Caneschi

Leisure and Culture in Childhood: Expansion of a school day – Janaina Castilho e Rosana Santos

Leisure and Free Time for the Elderly: Practices of Socio-cultural entertainment as Strategies for Resilience – Jenny Gil e Maria Manuel Baptista

Lifestyles and Ageing: Pleasure Growers. Quality of Life in Old Age – Brazil – Denise Stacheski (chair)

Leisure, Recreation and Free time: concepts and pedagogy – Ana Evaristo e Manuela Guerreiro

1pm Lunch break

2.30pm Plenary Session – “Leisure and Craft” Jose Oliveira Barata (University of Coimbra, Portugal). Chair: Larissa Latif. Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

3.30pm Panel Discussion – “Creative Leisure, Art and Cultural Industries”, Odete Patrício (the Serralves Foundation), Francisca Carneiro Fernandes (the São João National Theatre) and Zulmira Gonçalves (Museum of Santa Joana). Chair: Jacinta.

4.15pm Plenary Session – “Leisure and Culture: social tourism and leisure in the third age” (title to be confirmed), Fernando Ribeiro Mendes (Fundação Inatel). Chair: Eugénia Pereira. Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

5.15pm Coffe break. Book Launch: Tempo Livre e Lazer na Adolescência: Promoção da saúde, intervenção e pesquisa, organised by Jorge Castellá Sarriera and Ângela Carina Paradiso.

5.45pm Closing Conference – “Where Leisure and Culture Meet. Reflections on Creative Leisure based on Empirical Investigation”, Manuel Cuenca Cabeza (University of Deusto, Spain), Chair: Clerton Martins, the Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro.

6.45pm Closing Ceremony, the Aldónio Gomes Auditorium, Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Aveiro. Performance by the chamber choir Voz Nua (Aveiro).

8pm Gala Dinner. Meliã Ria Hotel & SPA.