Oxford University Press:
Oxford Day 2017: The Power Of Language
Date: Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Speaker: Plenary Speaker Philip N. Howard (Statutory Professor of Internet Studies at the Oxford Internet Institute and Senior Fellow of Balliol College at the University of Oxford); plus many more
Recent social and political issues are impacting communication on a global scale and in turn shaping policy in local education. As an authority on the English language, OUP influences how language reflects the times through publications such as the Oxford English Dictionary and the Word of the Year. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of OUP Japan, we are pleased to present the 5th annual Oxford Day, in partnership with Keio University's Global Research Institute. Keio University is a leading institution in Japan committed to contributing to global society and learning through interdisciplinary approaches. Oxford Day will bring together local and international speakers to discuss the influence language has on social, political, legal and educational issues. Speakers include:
- Plenary Speaker Philip N. Howard (Statutory Professor of Internet Studies at the Oxford Internet Institute and Senior Fellow of Balliol College at the University of Oxford)
- Peter Gilliver (Associate Editor, Oxford English Dictionary, Author of The Making of the Oxford English Dictionary)
- Curtis Kelly (Professor of English, Faculty of Commerce, Kansai University)
- Keigo Komamura (Keio University Executive Director, Professor of Faculty of Law, Director of Keio Global Research Institute)
- Kosta Lekanides (Head of IB Programmes and TOK Coordinator at Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS) in Dubai (UAE))
- Akito Okada (Professor Graduate School of International Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- Keiko Okawa (Professor of Keio University Graduate School of Media Design / Vice Director of Research Institute for Digital Media and Content, Keio University)
- Satoko Tokunaga (Associate Professor, Keio University Faculty of Literature)
- Junichi Yokota (Teacher at Saitama Prefectural Showa High School)
- Kensaku Yoshida (Distinguished Professor, Director, Center of Language Education and Research, Sophia University)
Organization: Oxford University Press
Cost: 1,000 yen (free for students)
Venue: Keio University Mita Campus, South School Bldg. 2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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