Previous events

28
Apr
2017

Fieldwork methods: cross-cultural differences among indigenous communities in Peru

Presented as part of the CoEDL-ANU Linguistics Seminar Series

Conducting research across indigenous communities with cross cultural differences presents various challenges at a personal and methodological level. In this talk we will share our...

27
Apr
2017

“After the Empire”: Haunting and Nostalgia in the Postcolonial Spectropolis

Presented by Anuparna Mukherjee as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series

My paper delves into the question whether the grotesque and the fantastic can work concurrently with mainstream historiography to interpret a postcolonial...

24
Apr
2017

ANU Language Teaching Forum

Developing an educational toy for Japanese language: Fostering analytical skills through grammar acquisition

This paper reports on a unique cross-disciplinary collaboration project between researchers in Japanese...

20
Apr
2017

Theoclymenos, the "overlooked" Homeric refugee

Presented as part of the ANU Centre for...

20
Apr
2017

Writers and Their Work in the Fiction of Linda Lê

Presented by Jack Yeager (Louisiana State University) as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series

Historically, novelists from former French colonies who write in French have come under special scrutiny. Some have been accused...

13
Apr
2017

Un cinéma sans image: The lost history of Cambodian film

Presented by Dr Leslie Barnes as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series

Davy Chou’s Le Sommeil d’or (2011) is the first attempt to recount the forgotten history of the Cambodian film industry, a rich and storied archive...

07
Apr
2017

Variation in passing for a native speaker: accentedness in non-native speakers of English in production and perception

Presented by Ksenia Gnevsheva as part of the Linguistics Seminar Series

This talk will discuss a study of sociolinguistic variation in second language speakers of English in New Zealand and focus on second language speakers’ variation...

06
Apr
2017

The Phallus or the Cane? Re-reading the monstrous in Teen Wolf through disability and queer theory

Presented by Tania Evans as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series

The growing body of academic scholarship on werewolves has often focused upon gender but rarely has it considered how sexuality and disability are reflected in...

30
Mar
2017

Shakespeare and the Digital World: When scholarship meets global capitalism

Presented by Christie Carson (Royal Holloway) as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series

In order to understand the place of the academic in the commercially driven world of digital recording, archiving and dissemination of...

27
Mar
2017

ANU Language Teaching Forum

The 2017 ANU Language Teaching Forum will kick-off with a presentation by Dr Yuko Kinoshita.

“Case study on the logistics of cross-institutional Japanese language studies: what actually happens and why it matters”

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