Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities’ 4th National Colloquium

Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities' 4th National Colloquium

The Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU) 4th National Colloquium on 'Intersections: Collaboration and the Future for Languages and Cultures' will be held 27-29 November 2017, Adelaide.

Date: 27 to 29 November, 2017

Location:  The University of Adelaide, South Australia

Overview: The 4th National LCNAU Colloquium, to be held at The University of Adelaide  on the theme 'Intersections: Collaboration and the Future for Languages and Cultures'. 

Issues to be explored include:

  • Current trends in languages policy, nationally and internationally
  • Maintaining student pathways in languages and cultures
  • The language‐culture nexus: maintaining the balance
  • The teaching‐research nexus: collaborative approaches for fostering research in languages and cultures
  • Innovative practices in Technology Enhanced Language Learning and Digital Humanities
  • Collaborative models of teaching and learning in languages and/or cultures: advantages and pitfalls
  • Indigenous, heritage and endangered languages
  • Devising transdisciplinary research projects, which include languages and cultures
  • New models for cooperation in translation studies
  • New paradigms in language and intercultural/multicultural education

This event will also feature the Academy's Triebel Lecture, celebrating achievement in modern European languages. The Triebel Lecture will be given by Professor Yixu Lu (University of Sydney) on Tuesday 28 November. This is a free public event. 

Registrations: Visit LCNAU's website for full details of the program and registation details.

November 27th, 2017 9:00 AM   through   November 29th, 2017 5:00 PM
Adelaide, SA
Australia

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