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台大外文系學術演講:Christie McDonald教授系列演講
DFLL Faculty Colloquium
Speaker: Prof. Christie McDonald (Harvard University)

Time: 3:30 pm. ~ 5:30 pm., Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Title: Rethinking the French Enlightenment: A Cultural History of Women Writers, 1715-1793
Moderator: Prof. Ya-Feng Wu (National Taiwan University)
Venue: 2F College Conference Room, College of Liberal Arts (文學院二樓會議室)

Time: 4:00 pm. ~ 5:30 pm., Wednesday, April 18, 2018 (Lecture)
Lecture: Encountering Thoughts: Thinking Through Interdisciplinarity
Venue: Lecture Hall, College of Liberal Arts 文學院演講廳 (Lecture)

Time: 3:00 pm. ~ 5:00 pm., Friday, April 20, 2018 (Workshop)
Workshop: Thinking Through Encounters
Venue: 2F Conference Room, College of Liberal Arts 文學院二樓會議室 (Workshop)
 
 
「學術路上 創新與發展」工作坊
工作坊報名連結:https://goo.gl/forms/qtCPXGIiLkslmqM22

學術路上 創新與發展
時間: 6月2日 9:30 - 12:00
地點: 臺灣師範大學誠八樓 視聽會議室

講題/講者:
Research Innovation & Journal Publication: Sharing and Reflections
研究題材創新及期刊投稿經驗分享

林彥良
國立臺北科大應用英文系副教授兼國際事務處國際合作組長
科技部106年吳大猷先生紀念獎
科技部特殊優秀人才獎勵
教育部教育實習指導教師典範獎

Turning Classroom Practice into Journal Publications
教學創意 V.S. 論文發表: 以電腦輔助語言教學為例

黃馨週
國立海洋大學應用英語研究所教授兼所長
Asia TEFL 特邀講座
科技部特殊優秀人才獎勵
科技部優秀年輕學者研究計畫
相關連結:工作坊報名連結
 
 
Karen L. Thornber教授訪台演講與工作坊
頂尖大學策略聯盟-哈佛大學雙邊學術合作交流計畫

主講人:Karen L. Thornber教授

任職:美國哈佛大學比較文學與東亞語言文明系教授(Professor of Comparative Literature and of East Asian Languages and Civilizations)、哈佛大學亞洲中心主任(Victor and William Fung Director, Harvard University Asia Center)、哈佛大學亞洲中心中央評議會主席(Chair, Harvard University Asia Center Council)

活動內容:

一、聯合演講:「全球環境危機與東亞區域文學」(Global Environmental Crises and Asia)
主持人:政大臺文所所長范銘如教授
地點:政大百年樓一樓會議廳
時間:2018年3月14日下午2-4點

演講摘要:
Climate change, mass extinction of plant and animal species, and widespread pollution of sky, sea, and land make clear the extent to which humans have shaped global ecologies. This talk overviews environmental concerns in Asia - home to more than half the world's population, an increasingly significant contributor to global carbon dioxide emissions, and an area acutely vulnerable to climate change and rising sea levels. The talk then introduces the work of creative writers from India to Korea, Japan, and the United States, exploring how literary works have grappled with Asian environmental crises from the local to the global.

二、工作坊:題目「東亞區域文學與文化的回顧與前瞻」(East Asian Regional Studies: History and Prospect)
地點:臺大文學院會議室
時間:2018年3月16日下午2-5點
工作坊引言人:
Karen L. Thornber教授
劉亮雅教授(臺大外文系與臺文所合聘)
李鴻瓊副教授(臺大外文系)
朱秋而教授(臺大日文系教授兼文學院副院長、日文系主任)
洪瑟君助理教授(臺大日文系)
黃美娥教授(臺大臺文所教授兼臺文所所長)
鄭芳婷助理教授(臺大臺文所)

敬請於2018年3月12日前登記報名,以利統計人數準備茶點

報名網站:https://goo.gl/forms/qvqsru4Txt0tq0bf2
相關連結:報名網站
 
 
DFLL Faculty Colloquium: Introducing Robert Mannyng’s Handlyng Synne
外文系學術演講
DFLL Faculty Colloquium

Title: Introducing Robert Mannyng’s Handlyng Synne

Speaker: Prof. Anne Scott (Honorary Research Fellow, English and Cultural Studies, The University of Western Australia)

Moderator: Prof. Ming-Tsang Yang楊明蒼教授 (Professor, National Taiwan University)

Time: 2:00 pm. ~ 3:30 pm., Thursday, March 15, 2018

Venue: DFLL Conference Room, Gallery of University History (校史館外文系會議室)

Abstract:
Handlyng Synne is a Middle English translation of an Anglo-Norman work, the Manuel des Pechiez, which appears to address itself to a clerical audience, offering its services as a manual to aid pastors in giving the fundamental instruction in faith and morals required by the fourth Lateran Council. The Middle English Handlyng Synne shifts the emphasis of the Anglo-Norman original by addressing itself to a lay audience in a didactic text studded with exempla ostensibly designed to illustrate, in context, particular points of instruction. This paper will explore the cultural worlds of the exempla which include those of the early desert fathers, the early Irish church, and fourteenth-century Lincolnshire. It asks two questions; first, what is the exemplum teaching, both overtly and implicitly, and second, what expectations does the didactic treatise writer have of the people who receive his work? Is the audience expected to process the exemplum only in conjunction with the teaching, or do the exempla perform a teaching role independently of their context? For all their differences in outlook, the exempla bring to the work powerful elements of instruction. They examine what it means to repent and what it means to despair. They warn about the vigilance necessary in order to avoid objective sin – something that may be a sin even if the person committing it lacks intention. They introduce the numinous—a sense of God’s presence—and of supernatural forces that intrude upon the sensory life of each person. And most powerfully of all, through the visions of sensory suffering in the afterlife, they offer incentives for good living in this.

About the speaker:
Prof. Anne Scott is Honorary Research Fellow, School of Humanities, The University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth, Australia. She was trained at Oxford University. Her field of research is in fourteenth-century English Literature, and her monograph, Piers Plowman and the Poor, was published in 2004. She has edited two volumes of collected essays, and published several essays on fourteenth- and fifteenth-century English literature. She is Editor of Parergon, the journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Her book on Robert Manning’s Handlyng Synn is forthcoming.
 
 
2018 北藝大博班實驗室 系列演講活動系列I:基進臨界˙青年學者的美學生存
2018 北藝大博班實驗室 系列演講活動
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系列I:基進臨界˙青年學者的美學生存
Radical Threshold: Aesthetic Survival of Junior Scholars

“基進,是從根基、基礎、基質之處,重新思索各種實體化具現的可能臨界,是趨近最大或最小的閾值限度,是發生創造性流變的關渡區間從基進閾值臨界思考,是在激越界線之前,對界線的限定分析與演示

本系列邀請八位從事臨界思考、跨域實踐的青年學者,青年,指的不只是從博士候選人到助理教授這個的研究者階段,更是對於研究前沿探索的年輕心態,以此來談各自的研究主題、該主題延展而與博士班平共通的知識領域,以及研究方法與方法論,更重要的是,作為一個跨科際的知識生產,在學術與藝術等場域轉換的美學生存之道。”

時間、講者與講題

● 【北藝大博班講堂開場說明】
3月6日(二)13:30-14:30
陳愷璜 (國立臺北藝術大學校長)
廖仁義 (國立臺北藝術大學圖書館館長)
楊凱麟 (國立臺北藝術大學美術學院院長)
徐明瀚 (國立臺北藝術大學美術系博士候選人)

● 【超驗唯物主義方法論】
3月6日(二)14:30-17:30
黎子元 (香港浸會大學人文及創作系博士、香港01哲學網站主編)

● 【視界帝國的自然與人造:媒介、空間與藝術研究方法論】
3月20日(二)13:30-16:30
潘律 (香港大學比較文學系博士,香港理工大學中國文化學系助理教授)

● 【身體現代主義】
4月3日(二)13:30-16:30
于昌民 (愛荷華大學電影系博士候選人,中國《電影藝術》期刊特約編輯)

● 【現代性與大眾裝飾】
4月17日(二)13:30-16:30
彤雅立 (柏林自由大學電影學博士候選人,譯有《卡夫卡中短篇全集》等書)

●【聲音的治外法權】
5月8日(二)13:30-16:30
陳智廷 (香港大學音樂學博士,香港中文大學中國研究中心講師)

●【現代文學的外邊思維】
5月24日(四)13:30-16:30
劉淑貞(筆名言叔夏,東海大學中文系助理教授,著有散文集《 白馬走過天亮》)

●【情感技術與物件】
6月12日(二)13:30-16:30
楊子樵(加州大學柏克萊分校東亞研究所博士候選人,曾任美國Room One Thousand 建築人文誌主編)

●【「被詛咒的擬真」——以高達《電影史》的文學與電影脈絡為例】
6月26日(二)13:30-16:30
陳潔曜(巴黎狄德羅第七大學「語言、文學、影像」 研究所文本影像歷史與符號學博士,2014、2016世安美學論文獎得主)

進行方式,分為:
(一)主題演講,約一小時
(二)博士生交流,約兩小時

1.博班平台學生針對正文報告內容之詰問
2.博班平台學生針對講者之講題相關之知識脈絡與研究方法之詢問
3.博班平台學生針對學域知識養成、博論書寫乃至於謀取學位、教職等詢問
 
 
[臺灣愛爾蘭研究學會] 「航向愛爾蘭之後」第三場(12/30),歡迎參加!
時間:2017年12月30日2:30-4:30PM
地點:臺師大英語系視聽會議室(誠大樓8樓)

1. 演繹「復活節起義」的三種方式
講者:高維泓(臺外文系教授)

2. 從《房間》《神蹟》談密室逃脫、身體政治與歷史記憶
講者:賴怡芃(中山大學外文系助理教授)

3. 義體上帝及其電傳—視覺:貝克特的BBC電視劇
講者:辜炳達(台北科大應用英語系助理教授)

過去精采演講可上Youtube收看,也歡迎訂閱臺灣愛爾蘭研究學會頻道,更多錄影即將上傳:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9iAoYCrkd4&index=8&list=UUwpr_dXmU2xZK6S5xLtVdZQ
 
 
國立台灣大學外國語文學系學術演講 DFLL Faculty Colloquium: The Challenge of World Literary History - Longxi Zhang張隆溪 (2017.12.13)
Title: The Challenge of World Literary History
Speaker: Prof. Longxi Zhang張隆溪教授(Chair Professor, City University of Hong Kong)
Moderator: Prof. Hsien-Hao Liao廖咸浩教授 (Professor, National Taiwan University)
Time: 10:20 am. ~ 12:10 pm, Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Venue: DFLL Conference Room, Gallery of University History (校史館外文系會議室)

Abstract:
The writing of history has encountered many challenges in theoretical discussions, and literary history in particular has been questioned and met with proposals of revisions and alternatives. An additional question arises when we move beyond national literary history to world literary history, and certainly from world history to global history with comparative interest in patterns, themes, literary modes or systems. This paper will try to make sense of the various concepts and theoretical positions involved in these discussions and propose a way to write literary history that will contribute to our understanding of literature from a global perspective.

About the speaker:
Longxi Zhang is a leading scholar in East-West cross-cultural studies. He holds an MA from Peking University and a Ph. D. from Harvard. He had taught at Peking, Harvard, and the University of California, Riverside, and is currently President of International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA). He is an elected foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, and also of Academia Europaea. He is on the Executive Council of the International Comparative Literature Association; co-editor of two book series for Brill, a member of the editorial boards of Modern China, Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, Journal of Chinese Literature and History and an Advisory Editor of New Literary History. His research interests are East-West cross-cultural studies, Chinese literature, European literature of the Renaissance and the seventeenth century, and world literature. He has published numerous books, book chapters, and journal articles in both English and Chinese.

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
National Taiwan University
Tel: 02 3366 3208
Email: qiming1234@ntu.edu.tw
 
 
國立台灣大學外國語文學系學術演講DFLL Faculty Colloquium: The Question of Southeast Asian Subjectivity: The Contrary Example of Benedict Anderson’s Cosmopolitan Leanings (2017.12.13)
Title: The Question of Southeast Asian Subjectivity: The Contrary Example of Benedict Anderson’s Cosmopolitan Leanings
Speaker: Prof. Pheng Cheah (Professor of Rhetoric and Geography, University of California, Berkeley)
Moderator: Prof. Liang Ya Liou 劉亮雅教授 (Professor, National Taiwan University)
Time: 3:00 pm. ~ 5:00 pm, Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Venue: DFLL Conference Room, Gallery of University History (校史館外文系會議室)
Co-Organized by College of Foreign Language & Literature, NCCU
活動主辦:國立臺灣大學外國語文學系、國立政治大學外國語文學院

Abstract:

As a passionate defender of nationalism, Benedict Anderson was predictably skeptical of cosmopolitanism and postnationalism. The “cosmopolitan” hybridity of diasporic subjectivities in a globalized world, he argued, is a form of collective subjectivity that lacks universality and often leads to a form of long-distance ethnic nationalism with deplorable political consequences. This paper focuses on the curious turn to cosmopolitanism in Anderson’s later writings, where he reformulates the structural openness of the nation qua community of language as a demotic cosmopolitanism grounded in the porosity of languages and their tendency toward hybridization. What type of collective consciousness does this generate and what are some of its political consequences and limits? What are its implications for understanding Southeast Asian consciousness today in the era of ASEAN?

About the speaker:

Pheng Cheah is Professor of Rhetoric and Geography and Chair of the Center for Southeast Asia Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1999. He has published extensively on the theory and practice of cosmopolitanism. His books include Spectral Nationality: Passages of Freedom from Kant to Postcolonial Literatures of Liberation (Columbia University Press, 2003), Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights (Harvard University Press, 2006) and most recently, What is a World? On Postcolonial Literature as World Literature (Duke University Press, 2016). His co-edited books include Cosmopolitics: Thinking and Feeling Beyond the Nation (U of Minnesota P, 1998), Grounds of

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
National Taiwan University
Tel: 02 3366 3208
Email: qiming1234@ntu.edu.tw
 
 
國立台灣大學外國語文學系學術演講DFLL Faculty Colloquium: The Appian Way: Road of Glory, Road of Death (2017.12.06)
DFLL Faculty Colloquium
Title: The Appian Way: Road of Glory, Road of Death
Speaker: Prof. Robert Kaster (Professor of Classics and Kennedy Foundation Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Princeton University)
Moderator: Prof. Ming-Tsang Yang楊明蒼教授 (Professor, National Taiwan University)
Time: 2:00 ~ 4:00 pm, Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Venue: DFLL Conference Room, Gallery of University History (校史館外文系會議室)

Abstract:

Ask anyone who knows something about ancient Rome to name five things they associate with that culture, and the word ‘roads’ is bound to appear somewhere on the list, often at the top, and with good reason. The network of the Roman empire’s roads—in Europe, north Africa, and the near East—ultimately extended an astonishing 75,000 miles: by comparison, in 2006, the United States had only a bit more than 46,000 miles of interstate highways, serving a population roughly six times as large. Rome’s network developed gradually, and unsystematically, over the course of roughly 500 years; but it began with a single road that emerged from the imagination of a single man. The ‘Appian Way’—named for the Roman who began it, Appius Claudius Caecus—was the first road ever constructed in Europe: it remained the only road that covered the length of the Italian peninsula south from Rome, and it became, mile for mile, the most heavily traveled in the entire network, not just at the height of Rome's empire but beyond. This illustrated talk demonstrates how the Romans went about building this road, and all the other roads later modeled on it, and how the building of the road both reflected and made possible Rome’s rise to mastery over the Mediterranean basin.

About the speaker:

Prof. Robert Kaster was educated at Dartmouth (B.A. 1969) and Harvard (M.A. 1971, Ph.D. 1975). He began his university teaching career at the University of Chicago, and in 1997, joined the Princeton faculty as Professor of Classics and Kennedy Foundation Professor of Latin. He has taught and written mainly in the areas of Roman rhetoric, the history of ancient education, Roman ethics, and textual criticism.

His books have addressed topics ranging from the social structure of Roman education in the fourth and fifth centuries CE (Guardians of Language: The Grammarian and Society in Late Antiquity: Berkeley 1988) to the cultural psychology of the Roman elite in the late Republic and early Empire (Emotion, Restraint, and Community in Ancient Rome: Oxford 2005) and have included editions and annotated translations of Suetonius, Cicero, Seneca, and the Saturnalia of Macrobius. The Oxford Classical Texts series has published his critical editions of the Saturnalia (2011) and Suetonius’ De uita Caesarum (2016). The Appian Way: Ghost Road, Queen of Roads, a travelogue-cum-historical and cultural essay, appeared in the University of Chicago Press’s “Culture Trails” series (2012). His edited book Hope, Joy, and Affection in the Classical World (Oxford 2016) is to honor the work of David Konstan. He has completed the press the edition of Servius on Aeneid 9-12 that the late Charles Murgia left unfinished at his death and is preparing an annotated translation of Cicero’s Brutus and Orator, both volumes for Oxford University Press.

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
National Taiwan University
Tel: 02 3366 3208
Email: qiming1234@ntu.edu.tw
 
 
106學年度外語學院運算思維跨域創新師生社群(106.11.25)
宗旨:本社群將以外語學院教師為主體,從與外語教學應用最相關之程式設計應用入手,在講師帶領與社群讀書會基礎上,學習python基本概念,並將本學期重點放在賞析應用python所做出之外語教學、研究軟體,並集體探索如何將電腦運算思維與程式設計融入課程的方式。

工作坊二: Python Data Structure and Control
講師:業師胡翔喻、李孟霈
時間:2017/11/25(週六)9:00--12:00
地點:電腦教室ES302
研習內容:
1. Conditionals and Control Flow
2. Functions
3. Lists & Dictionaries
4. Student Becomes the Teacher (Interactive Project)
5. Lists and Functions
6. Loops

報名網址:https://goo.gl/KLatpp(外語學院師生優先)
報名系統代碼:26172

工作坊三: Python 爬蟲 語料庫
講師:業師胡翔喻、李孟霈
時間:2017/11/25(週六)13:00--16:00
地點:電腦教室ES302
研習內容:
1. Introduction to Classes
2. File Input and Output
3. Beautiful Soup
4. Corpus

報名網址:https://goo.gl/p5fiFG(外語學院師生優先)
報名系統代碼:26171
 
 

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