UNSW-JSAA-Th Japan Foundation Postgraduate Workshop of Japanese Language and Japanese Studies 2018
Venue: The Japan Foudation, Sydney
Date and Time: 16, November, 2018 from 11 am to 18 pm followed by dinner (at own cost)
Call for Paper: Until 9 November
Please se these link below for more detail.
The workshop information here
The scholarship information here
30th International Japanese-English Translation Conference: Cairns, Australia
The Japan Association of Translators (JAT) will hold its 30th International Japanese-English Translation Conference (IJET-30), our flagship professional-development-and-networking event, in Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia on June 28-30, 2019. This year, our theme is Life, Style, and Translation — ことばを繋ぎ、未来を紡ぐ.
The conference languages are English and Japanese.
For more information see here.
Call for abstracts closes 15th November 2018.
Japanese Linguistics Symposium: The University of Sydney
The Department of Japanese Studies and the School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Sydney are looking forward very much to hosting the Japanese Linguistics Symposium 2018 (JSL 2018). Scholars and research students working in the field of Japanese Linguistics are invited to submit an abstract to be considered for presentation at this event.
In order to ensure a vibrant and valuable exchange of ideas, each presentation will be allocated a total of 50 minutes: up to 30 minutes for the paper and 20 minutes for questions and discussion. The language of presentation will be English.
For the abstract template please contact Dr Nerida Jarkey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Close of call for abstracts is 15th October 2018.
Japanese Studies Postgraduate Symposium
The Japanese studies postgraduate symposium will be held at Monash University.
Please see this link for more details about the symposium.
Date: 19-20 October, 2018
Venue: The Japanese Studies Centre and the Learning and Teaching, Monash Univeristy (Clayton Campus)
Call for Papers: Until 14 September, 2018
Call for Papers: Critical Content-Based Instructions International Symposium
The call for papers is now open for the 2018 Critical Content-Based Instructions (CCBI) International Symposium, to be held at Musashino University, Tokyo from June 30th to July 1st. We welcome submissions which concern language education, with both innovative approaches as well as those which align with the development of CCBI.
Oral presentations are 30 minutes including Q&A, poster presentations run for 60 minutes.
Close of submissions: March 2nd 2018 (5pm Japan-time)
All papers to be presented in Japanese.
For more information and submissions see here.
Call for Proposals: CAJLE 2018 Annual Conference
CAJLE (Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education) holds an annual conference which includes lectures and workshops by guest speakers, as well as research presentations and a general meeting. The conference provides a great opportunity for participants to exchange information and opinions on Japanese language education and Japanese linguistics. The CAJLE 2018 Annual Conference will take place in London, Ontario.
Theme: "Diversity and assessment: Exploring the significance of assessment in a diversifying society"
Conference dates: August 21 (Tuesday) to August 22 (Wednesday) 2018.
Open to: Paper presentations, poster presentations, roundtable discussion.
Topics: Japanese linguistics, Japanese language pedagogy, Japanese as a heritage language, as well as innovative teaching techniques.
Close of submissions: April 9 2018
For more information please see here.