The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference
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|The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference|
|Publisher||The Tolkien Society|
|Released||26 September 2008|
The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference is a two volume book which contains the majority of the material presented at the Tolkien 2005 conference.
Section One: Tolkien's Life
- Nancy Martsch: "The Ace Copyright Affair"
- John Garth: "'As under a green sea': visions of war in the Dead Marshes"
- Sharin Schroeder: "Invented, Borrowed, and Mixed Myths in the 'kinds of books we want to read'"
- Franco Manni and Simone Bonechi: "The Complexity of Tolkien's Attitude Towards the Second World War"
- Charles A. Coulombe: "Romantic Conservatives: The Inklings in Their Political Context"
- Eric Rauscher: "We Had Nothing to Say to One Another — J.R.R. Tolkien and Charles Williams, Another Look"
- Richard Sturch: "On Tolkien, and Williams, and Tolkien on Williams"
Section Two: Tolkien's Literary Achievement
- Marjorie Burns: "Containment and Progression in J.R.R. Tolkien's World"
- Andrea Ulrich: "Approaching Reality in The Lord of the Rings"
- Giovanni Agnoloni: "Tolkien as a Benchmark of Comparative Literature — Middle-earth in Our World"
- Robin Anne Reid and Judy Ann Ford: "From Beowulf to Post-modernism: Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching of J.R.R.Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
- Ella van Wyk: "The Great Questions"
- Catherine Hefferan-Hays: "Unlocking Supplementary Events in the Dreams, Visions, and Prophesies of J.R.R. Tolkien's Work"
- Patrick Curry: "Iron Crown, Iron Cage: Tolkien and Weber on Modernity and Enchantment"
- Tanya Glofcheskie: "Life as a Shared Story: Narrative Freedom in The Lord of the Rings"
- Tanya Glofcheskie: "Descriptions of Nature in The Lord of the Rings: Outline of a method for analysis"
- Ralph C. Wood: "J.R.R.Tolkien: Our Post-modern Contemporary"
- Vincent Ferré: "Tolkien, the author and the critic: Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth and The Lord of the Rings"
- Anna Vaninskaya: "Tolkien: A Man of His Time?"
Section Three: Tolkien in Other Lands
- Thomaz Brasil: "Tolkien's Legacy in Brazil"
- Anna Dabkkowska: "The Polish Story of The Lord of the Rings"
- Helios De Rosario-Martínez: "The Translation of Tolkien's work into Spanish and Catalan"
- Roberto Arduini and Raffaella Benvenuto: "Place Names in the Italian Translation of The Lord of the Rings"
- Natalya Prilutskaya: "Russian Followers of J.R.R.Tolkien"
Section Four: Other Voices
- Nataliya Oryshchuk: "J.R.R.Tolkien and Alexander Grin: Two Literary "Cults" in the USSR and Post-Soviet Russia"
- Wolfgang Penetsdorfer: "The Hunt for the One Tolkien"
- David Emerson: "Tolkien and Moorcock: Achieving literary depth through vertical and horizontal explorations of time"
- Charles Butler: "After the Inklings"
- Colin Duriez: "Tolkien in fiction"
Section Five: The Telling of Tales: Myth and Storytelling
- Ian Russell Lowell: "Across No Man's Land"
- Kate Karegeorgi: "Tolkien and Universality"
- Kristina Sepe: "'Tell Them Stories': The Consciousness of Myth in Tolkien and Pullman"
- Rosana Rios: "Storytelling in the White Council"
- Allan Turner: "Putting the Paratext in Context"
Section Six: Tolkien's People
- Beatriz Domínguez Ruiz: "The concept of masculinity in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
- Douglas Charles Rapier: "Frodo's Temptation, Frodo's Failure"
- Romuald (Ronnie) Ian Lakowski: "Tolkien's 'Love Triangle': Aragorn's Relationships with Êowyn and Arwen"
- Melody Green: "The Riddle of Strider: A Cognitive Linguistic Reading"
- Anna Smol: "Male Friendship in The Lord of the Rings: Medievalism, the First World War, and Contemporary Rewritings"
- Nicole Topham: "The Time That Is Given To Us: Hope, Sacrifice, and Courage in The Lord of the Rings"
- David Weber: "Transfigured Sadness: Characterizations of Sadness in The Lord of the Rings"
- Constance G.J. Wagner: "The War Within: Frodo as Sacrificial Hero"
- Beth Russell: "Galadriel and Her Lovers"
- Judith Klinger: "The Fallacies of Power: Frodo's Resistance to the Ring"
- Lynnette R. Porter: "Courage and the Ability to Adapt"
Section Seven: Tolkien's Legacy
- Nils Ivar Agøy: "Why Is Tolkien So Popular?"
- Patty Howerton: "Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings: An Inspiration for Education and Study Worldwide"
- Patty Howerton: "Tolkien's Middle-earth: Lesson Plans for Secondary School Educators"
- Mike Foster: "Teaching Tolkien"
- Miriam Glasser: "The Fantasy Genre and its Characteristics"
Section Eight: Theology and the Nature of Good and Evil
- Donald T. Williams: "The Everlasting Hobbit: Perspectives on the Human in Tolkien's Mythos"
- Davide Cattaneo: "Divine presence and providence in The Lord of the Rings"
- Greg Wright: "Fellowship and the Rings: An Ecumenical Approach to Tolkien"
- Ronald Hutton: "The Pagan Tolkien"
- Zach Watkins: "Satan and The Silmarillion: John Milton's Angelic Decline in J.R.R. Tolkien's Melkor"
- Zach Watkins: "Mortality and Immortality: A panel discussion on 'Mortality and Immortality'"
- Pedro Ángeles-Ruiz: "Catholic 'contrafactura' of myth in some J.R.R. Tolkien's writings
- Beppe Roncari and Davide Cattaneo: "Tolkien and Christianity"
- Dean Slavic: "The Underworld in Tolkien's Novel The Lord of the Rings"
- Thomas Fornet-Ponse: "Different concepts of evil in The Lord of the Rings?"
- Tim McKenzie: "I Pity Even His Slaves: Tolkien and the Theology of Evil"
- Jill Delsigne: "Hobbits, Tolkien, and God: Writing Eucatastrophe and the Problem of Evil"
Section Nine: Tolkien's Sources
- Colin Manlove: "How much does Tolkien owe to the work of George MacDonald?"
- Renée Vink: "Immortality and the death of love: J.R.R. Tolkien and Simone de Beauvoir"
- Sash Uusjärv: "Influences of the Kalevala in The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien"
- Michael Scott Rohan: "Which story, I wonder? said Gandalf… Was Tolkien the real Ring-thief?"
- Maria Artamanova: "Tolkien's writings in Old Germanic languages"
- David Bratman: "Hobbit Names Aren't From Kentucky"
- Murray Smith: "Some possible origins of the Stewards of Gondor"
- Joe R. Christopher: "Sir Gawain's Pentangle"
- Christina Fawcett: "Reluctant Warrior: Tolkien's conflicted language in The Lord of the Rings"
- Jessica Yates: "William Morris's influence on J.R.R.Tolkien"
Section Ten: Middle-earth at the Movies
- LeiLani Hinds: "Peter Jackson and Tolkien's Catholicism"
- DawnEllen Jacobs: "Implicit and Explicit Treatments of Catholic Imagery in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Jackson's Film Trilogy"
- Lance Weldy: "Peregrin's "Journey in the Dark": Jackson's Substitution in Agency"
- Cherylynn Silvia: "One Ring to Rule Them All: Power and Surveillance in the Film Adaptations of The Lord of the Rings"
- Gwydion M. Williams: "Eyeing Sauron: Tolkien in the language of film"
- Christopher Garbowski: "Songs of Innocence and Experience: Tolkien at the Movies"
- Maggie Fernandes: "Logos, the Silver Path to The Lord of the Rings: The Word in Novel and Film Writing"
- Martin Barker: "Tolkien's Books and Peter Jackson's Films"
Section Eleven: Tolkien's World
- Tom Shippey: "A Fund of Wise Sayings: Proverbiality in Tolkien"
- Luke Niiler: "From Conqueror to Citizen: Tolkien's Fantastic Ecology"
- Charles E. Bressler: "J.R.R. Tolkien's Love of Words The Revelatory Nature of Tolkien's Aphorisms in The Lord of the Rings"
- C. Riley Auge: "Crossing the Threshold: Doors and Other Passageways in Tolkien's Words and Images"
- Ian Russell Lowell: "Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good, Eight Legs Evil?"
- Natalya Prilutskaya: "The Problem of Machine Technology in The Lord of the Rings"
- Michael J. Colvin: "Frozen Nature: Abiding Technology in Tolkien's World"
- Christopher Kreuzer: "Numbers in Tolkien"
- Dimitra Fimi: "Material Culture and Materiality in Middle-earth: Tolkien and Archaeology"
- Rhona Beare: "Influence of Climate on Myth: Tolkien's Theory and Practice"
- Michal Lesniewski: "The Question of the "Round Arda": An Abandoned Idea, or Another Perspective on Tolkien's Legendarium"
- Benjamin Rollins: "'I will [not] serve the master of the Precious': Bataille's Economy in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
- Carolina A. Panero: "Dealing with Elvish Languages"
- Christian Weichmann: "Niggle's picture – Parish's Garden: Gardens in Tolkien's Work"
- Margarita Carretero-González: "The loss of the Entwives: the biological dimension of gender construction in The Lord of the Rings"
- Anna Adamczyk "Nifrodel": "Tolkien and Nature"
- Kristine Larsen: "A Little Earth of His Own: Tolkien's Lunar Creation Myths"