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2015 6th NTU Symposium on European Languages in East Asia

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2015 6th NTU Symposium on European Languages in East Asia

2015 第六屆歐洲語言在東亞國際研討會:大眾傳播與多媒體於外國語文教學之應用

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November 6-7 , 2015 @ National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

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The NTU Symposium on European Languages in East Asia is now going into its 6th year. We bring together researchers, practitioners, and educators with interests in language, linguistics, literature, and education at all levels from around the world.

We sincerely invite all scholars interested or specialized in relevant fields to submit their titles and/or attend the conference in Taipei, Taiwan.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline June 19, 2015
Letter of Acceptance July 15, 2015
Paper Submission Deadline September 30, 2015
Attendees Registration Deadline (non-presenters) October 20, 2015
Conference Dates November 6-7, 2015

Call for Papers

Mass-media and Multimedia Texts (M&MT) play a growing role in the life of contemporary society, influencing and in many respects determining the content and the form of information space in various parts of the world. Mass-media and multimedia texts present a great variety of information flow, reflecting both the life of our planet, the surrounding world, the manifestations of elements that are independent of human activity, as well as active processes which shape the world-view of individual persons, of some social strata, of entire nations, of groups of nations or countries in specific periods of their existence, largely defining the events and their progress, of which we are eyewitnesses. However, in the practice of learning/teaching foreign languages the interest in M&MT goes beyond their value as sources of information for political, socio-economic and cultural developments, and it encompasses the opportunity they provide to explore, and get acquainted with, the linguistic means of expressing a certain content. Actually, given that M&MT cover an extremely wide range of topics most of which are highly relevant to the concerns of students (e.g., youth issues, ecology, ethical and moral problems, interactions between the genders as well as between different cultures and races), they provide an excellent tool for increasing the motivation of students as they engage in communicative training. In light of the above points, we would like to invite to the Sixth Symposium on European Languages in East Asia contributions that address the following important points facing all of us as educators and researchers:

  • Identification of M&MT from the point of view of their content, and their classification in a way that would facilitate their employment in classroom
  • Typology of M&MT from the point of view of their grammatical and structural characteristics
  • Exploration of the ways M&MT contribute to the buildup of particular national/social/racial world-views, including the reactions and possible misunderstandings of “outsiders” classroom
  • Methodology of introducing M&MT in the foreign language classroom
  • Practical experience of the employment of M&MT in the foreign language
  • Intertextual interaction of M&MT with other texts, including other M&MT

 

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Organizing Committee (NTU DFLL European Languages Division)Dr. Wolfgang Odendahl
Dr. Christian Hein
Dr. Luis Roncero Mayor

Associates

NTU College of Liberal Arts

Ministry of Science and Technology

Contact

Mr. Chin, Jen-hao

Email: eusymposium@ntu.edu.tw

 

 

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Fourth International Symposium on European Languages in East Asia (2013/11/15-16)

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Fourth International Symposium on European Languages in East Asia (2013/11/15-16)

The Role of Art, Music and Literature in European Studies — A Critical Discourse in Cross Cultural Communication

 

Organizer: Division of European Languages, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University

2013/11/1508:40 – 09:30 Registration (Conference Room 2F, College of Liberal Arts, NTU)
09:30 – 09:40 Opening Ceremony (Conference Room 2F, College of Liberal Arts, NTU)Opening Speech: NTU College of Liberal Arts    Chiu, Chin-Jung     Associate Dean

NTU DFLL                  Leung, Yan-Wing    Chair

09:40-10:35  Session 1: Interdisciplinary Arts       Moderator: Hein, Christian
09:40 – 10:00 Presenter: Koda, Yoshiki (Keio University, Tokyo, Japan)The Traveling Ladies in the European and the Japanese Middle Ages
10:00 – 10:20 Presenter: A’Beckett, Ludmilla (Monash University, Australia)Understanding Visual Narratives from Eastern European Political Discourse: An Introduction to Multimodal Resources in Media Communication
10:20 – 10:40 Presenter: Hsu, Chia-Lin (Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)Education on European Classical Architecture and Its Practice in Taiwan
10:40-10:55  Discussion
10:55-11:15  Coffee Break
11:15-12:30  Session 2: Languages ,Cultures, and EducationModerator: Merkelbach, Chris
11:15 – 11:35 Presenter: Kim, Heon (Seoul National University, South Korea)Philosophy and Education in Isocrates’ Antidosis in Comparison with Platonic Philosophy and Education
11:35 – 11:55 Presenter: Roncero Mayor, Luis (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)Dealing with socio cultural issues in Spanish language teaching to Taiwanese students
11:55 – 12:15 Presenter: Sokolova, Irina (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)European Film in Teaching Methodology
12:15-12:30  Discussion
12:30-14:00  Lunch
14:00-15:15   Session 3: Literature and Cultural Studies Moderator: Chang, Shu-Ying
14:00 – 14:20 Presenter: Rosell Bertran, Magdalena (Instituto Cervantes, China)Literature and European Studies
14:20 – 14:40 Presenter: Seliverstova, Helena (Saint Petersburg State University)European Proverbial Picture of the World by Eyes of the Other-Cultural Representatives
14:40 – 15:00 Presenter: Kim, Ihmku (Seoul National University, South Korea)Literature As A Diagnosis Of The Times – A Suggestion How To Handle Literature In European Studies
15:00-15:15  Discussion
15:15-15:35  Coffee Break
15:35-16:35  Roundtable Discussion                         Moderator: Vagios, Vassilis
18:00 Dinner (Shui Yuan Hui Guan) / The Office of International Affair, National Taiwan University
2013/11/1609:00 – 09:20 Registration (Conference Room 2F, College of Liberal Arts, NTU)
09:20 – 09:30 (Conference Room 2F, College of Liberal Arts, NTU)Opening Speech: NTU Office of International Affairs  Chang, Shu-Ying  Dean
09:30-10:25   Session 4: Cross-Cultural Communication                                  Moderator: Sokolova, Irina
09:30 – 09:50 Presenter: Ruiz Tinoco, Antonio (Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan)Subjective Communication on the Internet—A View of the European Studies
09:50 – 10:10 Presenter: Choi, Yong Ho (Hankuk University, South Korea)Toward a semiotics of cross-cultural communication: A plea for commonality without common points – With reference to The planet of the apes by French Writer Pierre Boulle
10:10 – 10:25 Discussion
10:25-10:45  Coffee Break
10:45-12:00   Session 5: Criticism on Literature and CultureModerator: Roncero Mayor, Luis
10:45 – 11:05 Presenter: Oshiba, Yoshihiro (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)Some Remarks on ‘Creative Imitation’ in Latin Literature
11:05 – 11:25 Presenter: Chang, Wen-Yuan (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)The poems of the Tragedias de amor
11:25 – 11:45 Presenter: Hein, Christian (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)From Normative Chauvinism to Cultural Relativism – Stages in the Reception of Foreign Cultural Systems in German Thought and Literature
11:45 – 12:00 Discussion
12:00-14:00  Lunch
14:00-15:15   Session 6: Comparative Literature                                            Moderator: Chien, Chieh
14:00 – 14:20 Presenter: Kim,Simon (Korea University, South Korea)Art and Literature in Early 20th Century France – Blaise Cendrars’ La Prose du Transsibérien
14:20 – 14:40 Presenter: Dias, Ana Paula Paiva (Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, China)Macau, The Multicultural Face of China—The Culture Influence of Portugal
14:40 – 15:00 Presenter: Shieh, Jhy-Wey (Dong Wu University, Taiwan)Walking by Night – Sheding Light on a German Literature Motif as the ‘Aftermath’ of Disenchantment
15:00 – 15:15 Discussion
15:15-15:35  Coffee Break
15:35-16:35  Roundtable Discussion                         Moderator: Vagios, Vassilis
18:00  Dinner (Lu Ming Yan) / Division of European Languages, NTU DFLL
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Symposium Day 1

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Symposium Day 2

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Workshop 2014

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Post-Conference Function

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