Kansai JACET:

The Language Of Literature
(JACET Kyoto Seminar 2001, day 2 of 2)

Date: Sunday, November 18th, 2001 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Mick Short, Akira Kawabata, Nozomi Hayashi, Barbara Hyde, and more

Today's speakers and topics include

  • Main Speaker: Mick Short, University of Lancaster UK, "Corpus Stylistics: Speach, Thought and Writing".
  • Akira Kawabata, Ashiya University, "Literary Text as an Educational Foundation".
  • Nozomi Hayashi, Kyoto University, "Some Aspects of the Dialog in 'What Is That Sound?' by W.H.Auden".
  • Barbara Hyde, Ritsumeikan University, "Stylistics as Language Awareness: Linking Language And Literature".
  • Panel Discussion: "Language, Literature and Education".

Organization: Kansai Chapter of the Japan Association of College English Teachers (Kansai JACET)

Cost: JACET Members: 10,000 (including reception)
Non-members: 13,000 (including reception), Students 10,000 (including reception)

Venue: Kokuritsu Kyoto Kokusai Kaikain. Subway: Kokusaikaikan Sta.

Location: Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan


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