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Venue: Toyo Gakuen University (Hongo Campus), Building 4/5 Location: Near Tokyo Dome (access / map) 1-26-3, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan Phone: (+81) 3-3811-1696 Website GALE Forum: Equality Across Borders/Sat 4:30-6 Rm 4503 (Equality Across Borders) S. Healy1, E. Donnery2, P. Mehran3, E. Fernandes4 1Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan; 2Shonan Institute of Technology; 3Osaka University; 4Kobe City […]
Plenary Speaker, Momoko Nakamura (中村桃子): Gender Construction in Japanese Translation This paper explores the inter-lingual process of gender construction by analyzing the employment of gendered styles in Japanese translation. In globalization, more studies are required to examine intersections of gender beyond language boundaries (Bloomaert 2010; Bucholtz & Hall 2004; Cameron 2000). Drawing on a set of linguistic […]
SEXUAL HARRASSMENT: FROM TWO VANTAGE POINTS Event Speakers: Dr. Robert O’Mochain: Presentation: Sexual Harassment: From Cultures of Silence to Cultures of Empowerment Dr. Fiona Creaser: Presentation: Springboard Women’s Work and Personal Development Program: One Woman’s Journey Event Theme: Sexual Harrassment awareness raising Presentation 1: Sexual Harassment: From Cultures of Silence to Cultures of Empowerment This presentation explores the issue of […]
Call for Papers for GALE Forum at PanSIG Conference 2018 Date: May 19 – 20 2018 Conference website: http://pansig.org/ Location: Toyo Gakuen University (Hongo), Tokyo Deadline: 6 January, 2018 Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Presentations may relate to either teaching or research based topics. The forum is 90 minutes long, and we would like to have several presenters […]
The forum is 90 minutes long, and we would like to have several presenters who will each present for 15 minutes simultaneously with the audience rotating between presentations. This means each presenter will present the same presentation 3 times to a different group of audience members. Presenters may use any kind of hand held visuals […]