Ineke Bockting, University of Paris XIII (France)
“Immigrant Liminality: The Case of Vladimir Nabokov and His Lolita or the Velvety Victim in the Dungeon”.

Susan Broadhurst, Brunel University (London, UK)
“Liminality, Neuroaesthetics and Practices of Performance and Technology”.

Heilna Du Plooy, University of the North-West (Potchefstroom, South-Africa)
“Between Past and Future: Temporal Thresholds in Narrative Texts”.

Richard Ellis, Nottingham Trent University (UK)
“The Readerly and Writerly in Charles Chesnutt's The Colonel's Dream”.

Mary Farrell, Universitat Jaume I (Castellón, Spain)
“Who are we when faced with empty space in the painterly and cinematic arts?”.

Mar Gallego, Universidad de Huelva (Spain)
“Hybrid Identity and Migration in Agnès Agboton’s Más allá del mar de arena and Fatou Diome’s En un lugar del atlántico”.

Miriam Mandel, Tel-Aviv University (Israel)
Round Table “The Future of Liminality Studies".

Ana Manzanas, Universidad de Salamanca (Spain)
“Liminal Territories: The Divisibility of the Line in Courtney Hunt’s Frozen River”.

Peter Messent, University of Nottingham (UK)
"Liminality and Patricia Highsmith's Ripley Novels".

David Murray, University of Nottingham (UK)
“Performing Self and Decentred Subject: Revisiting the Question of Voice”.

Esteban Pujals, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
"Subject to clinamen: John Milton, Richard Bentley and the "phantom  editor" of
Paradise Lost".

Aljosa Puzar, Hankuk and Yonsei Universities (Seoul, Republic of Corea)
"Liminality as a Social Strategy".

Roberta Quance, the Queen’s University Belfast (UK)
“Uprootedness and the Tree of Life: a Symbol of Liminality Revisited”.

Robert Samuels, The Open University (UK)
"Wagner's Tristan und Isolde as Liminal Art".

Beatriz Sánchez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
"Complexity and Liminality: a Model of Characterization in Gothic Fiction".

Johan Schimanski, University of Tromsø (Norway)
"Liminality and Borders in Literary Aesthetics".

Hein Viljoen, University of the North-West (Potchefstroom, South-Africa)
“Liminality in Sylvia Plath's Ariel and Ingrid Jonker's Rook en oker (Smoke and Ochre)".

Stephen Wolfe, University of Tromsø (Norway)
"Liminality through Drowning: The Aesthetics of Death and Memory".