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Two Full-time Teaching Positions Available, Department of English, National University of Tainan(file)

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06 20, 2017 Two Full-time Teaching Positions Available, Department of English, National University of Tainan

Two Full-time Teaching Positions Available, Department of English, National University of Tainan(file)

01 04, 2017 The Hwa Kang International Conference on English Language and Literature, call for paper!!!

 

Call for Papers
 
*Abstract submission deadline is EXTENDED to Jan. 20, 2017. (Original Abstract Submission Deadline: Dec. 30, 2016) We'll not extend the deadline beyond that date. If you have already submitted an abstract and would like to improve it, please resubmit your data form and the revised/updated abstract to eng_conf@pccu.edu.tw by Jan. 20, 2017.
 
The Hwa Kang International Conference on English Language and Literature is an annual conference organized by the Department of English Language and Literature at Chinese Culture University. The purpose of the conference is to promote academic dialogues between scholars in Taiwan and from around the world. In keeping with this year’s theme of “Crossing Borders: Interdisciplinary Approaches to English Teaching and Literature,” we invite submissions for the following areas and their relevant topics:

English Teaching & Linguistics
Literature 
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to TESOL, linguistics, and ESP
  • Second language acquisition research
  • Linguistics research
  • Teaching English for specific purposes (ESP)
  • Corpus linguistics
  • Bilingualism
  • Comparative linguistics
  • TESOL off and on line
  • Media and TESOL
  • Task based teaching
  • Classroom teaching issues
  • Language testing and evaluation
  • Language curriculum analysis and development
  • Vocabulary acquisition
  • TPRS (total physical response storytelling)
  • Opportunities and challenges facing the teaching profession
  • Teacher education for new and prospective English teachers
  • Student engagement in language learning
  • Effective methods for language teaching
  • Issues in TESOL methodologies
  • CLIL (content and language integrated learning)
  • Diversity, multiculturalism and TESOL
  • Teacher training and TESOL
  • Teaching English in diverse settings
  • Lesson planning theory
  • Culture and language
  • Research related to any aspect or segment of TESOL, linguistics or ESP
  • Narratives of the paranormal (ghosts, demons, psychics)
  • Magic, mysteries & fairy tales
  • Narratives of illegal migration (forced or voluntary migration) 
  • Narratives of migration, diaspora or exile
  • The aesthetic/ethics of travel narratives
  • The aesthetic/ethics of espionage narratives
  • The boundary between human and robot (the promises and challenges of humanoid robots)
  • The ethics of cloning in literature
  • Hybridity within genre studies
  • Disciplines in dialogue
  • The formation of transnational intellectual networks or collaboration
  • Territorial, biological, social, cultural or ideological border-crossing
  • Constructing/crossing borders in connection to race and ethnicity
  • Issues of translation and translator
  • Transnational circulation and transmission of ideas
  • Policing bodies and sexuality
  • Transgender studies
  • Crossing psychic borders (madness, dementia, telepathy)
  • Dialogues between cultures
  • Plagiarism, piracy or copyright infringement

 
Types of Submissions
1.  25-minute paper presentations
2.  45-minute workshops
3.  60-minute panel discussions
 
 
Important Dates
Submission deadline: Abstract submission deadline is EXTENDED to Jan. 20, 2017.
Notification of acceptance: Mar. 8, 2017
 
 
Submission Details
1.  Presenters should download and complete two forms available from the conference website: the "Contributor Data" Form and "Abstract Submission" Form (both forms can be found in the Submission section).
2.  Both forms should be emailed to eng_conf@pccu.edu.tw.
3.  All submissions will be refereed using a double-blind peer review process.
4.  Full paper submissions are not required. However, presenters may submit the full text of their presentations to the Hwa Kang English Journal. Please visit the journal website for further information: https://sites.google.com/a/pccu.edu.tw/hkej/
11 18, 2015 English Department to Present its Graduation Performance “Much Ado About Nothing”

NUTN English Department to Present its Graduation Performance “Much Ado About Nothing”

The English Department of National University of Tainan (NUTN) will perform a play adapted from Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” for the department’s 8th Graduation Performance held in Ya-Ying Concert Hall. Interested audiences may go watch the performance at either of the performance’s two show times: 6:30 pm on November 25 or 2:30 pm on November 26.

The play is about two couples. One of them is Claudio and Hero, whose relationship is sabotaged by Hero’s admirer just before the couple’s wedding. Believing that Hero is being unfaithful to him, Claudio decides to take revenge. How will their family dig into the truth? And will Claudio and Hero reconcile? The second couple is the quarrelsome Beatrice and Benedick, who get closer as others plot to make them fall in love with each other. However, Beatrice refuses to confess her love. Will they be together at last?

The Graduation Performance has been a tradition and is deemed one of the most important events of the English Department. Students of the English Department’s Class of 2017 are the main characters in the play, although other students in the department are also involved in providing assistance to the performance. Under the instruction of Professor Lily Chen and after nearly a year of planning and preparation, the students are ready to present the classic play on stage. Despite the fact that these students are non-professional actors, they have put a lot of effort into the performance which they hope will bring fond memories to the audiences.

10 5, 2016 The NUTN "2016 English Teaching Forum" to be Held on October 12

The NUTN "2016 English Teaching Forum" to be Held on October 12

The NUTN English Department will hold the "2016 English Teaching Forum" on October 12, 2016 at 13:30. Forum topics include English language teaching, literature, culture, and translation, encompassing various related research categories.

In addition to the articles published in the proceedings, Professor Gao Shi Mei from the National Cheng Kung University Department of Foreign Languages and Literature is invited to speak; her topic is “What makes a good ELF presentation for academic purposes?” NUTN Department of English Professors Xie Li Xue and Yan Zi-Ling will act as moderators for the event.

Presenters and audience members are invited to speak in English or Mandarin. We hope that all participants can learn a lot from this forum. We welcome anyone who has an interest in these subject areas to participate.
Venue: National University of Tainan, Wenhui Building, Room J106
Contact: Miss Qui, 06-2133111 ext. 626

4 20, 2016 《Call For Paper》2016 NUTN Symposium on Innovative Approaches to English Studies

Call For Paper》2016 NUTN Symposium on Innovative Approaches to English Studies

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