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국제 학술대회 본 학회 참여 일정(6.16)
김소임  2004-05-18 14:08:49, 조회 : 7,497


Wednesday 16 June, 2004



7:00-8:30 AM  Breakfast (Cafeteria)

9:00-10:40 AM  Academic Sessions

* Medieval and Early Modern English Studies [In Korean]

Moderator:  Kim Jae Hwan, Hallym University

Papers:    

Jang Jeeyeon, Seoul National University
  "The Development of Latin Parsing Grammars in the Middle Ages"

Lee Jongsook, Seoul National University
  "On Hamlet"

Lee Sang Yub, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  "A Study of Francesco Petrarca's Poems: With Special Attention to
  Rerum vulgarium fragmenta"

Discussants:
  Yoon Minwoo, Yonsei University
  Suh Hongwon, Yonsei Universityㆍ
  Choi Yaejung, Hoseo University

* Nineteenth Century Literature in English and Imperialism (1) [In English]

Moderator: Ryu Myungsook, Seoul National University

Papers:  

Krishna Sen, University of Calcutta
  "Passages to India: India and the Imperial Gaze"

Kang Oksun, Dongseo University
  "Imperialism and Romantic Cosmopolitanism"

Discussant: Hong Oksook, Youngsan University

* Modernism Reconsidered [In English]

Moderator: Lee Sangok, Seoul National University

Papers:
Jeremy Hawthorn, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
"Modernism and the City: London in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad and  Virginia  
Woolf"

Son Youngjoo, Seoul National University
  "Rethinking Epiphanies: The Politics of Utopic Space/Time in D. H. Lawrence
   and Virginia Woolf"

Park See-young, Seoul National University
  "Heroes of Our Time: Anti-Sentimentalism in James Joyce's  
   `Stephen Hero' and D. H. Lawrence's `Mr Noon'"

* Modern British & American Drama [In Korean]

Moderator: Lee Young-Joo, Jangan College

Papers:  

Chung Moonyoung, Keimyung University
  "Pinter's Political Play and Sexual Politics"

Sohn Dong-Ho, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  "Political Struggle and Space in Metadrama: Alice Childress's Trouble in Mind"

Kim Soim, Konkuk University
  "The Playboy of the Western World: The Creation of New Myth"

Discussants:
   Hwang Hoonsung, Dongguk University
   Choi Sung Hee, Kyung Hee University
   Cho Eun Young, Jeonju University

* Toni Morrison [In English]

Moderator: Kim Min-Jung, Ewha University

Papers:    

Cho Sungran, Ewha Womans University
  "Dangerous Consumption: Hysterical Body and Racial Trauma
   in Toni Morrison's Beloved"

Park Eunjung, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  "An Understanding of American Counterculture through African American
   Literature: The Autobiography of Malcolm X and Jazz"

Shin Jinbhum, Songho College
  "The Return of Repressed Diasporian Religions in Some African American Novels"

Discussants:
  Bruce Burgett, University of Washington
  Kim Aeju, Dongguk University

Socio-Linguistics 1 [In English]

Moderator: Kim Hye Sook, Konyang University  

Papers:  



Hans-Georg Wolf, University of Hong Kong
  "A Cultural Linguistic Approach to World Englishes"

Hiroko Tsujioka, Meiji University
  "Cross Cultural Communication: Cultural Awareness in English Learning"  

Discussant: Kim Kwee Soon. Pusan University of Foreign Studies  

Corpus I [In English]

Moderator: Kim Jong-Bok, Kyung Hee University

Papers:    

Bas Aarts, University College London
  "Recent Developments in Corpus Linguistics"

Noel Dirk, Ghent University
  "John was seen to leave: A corpus investigation of a passive perception verb
   complemented by a to-infinitive"

Ahn Sung-Ho, Hanyang University
  "Some Features of Korean Inter-Englishes"

Discussants:
  Lee Seung Ryul, Hang Kong University
  Kim Yong Jin, Soongsil University


10:40-11:00 AM Break


11:00-11:50 AM Plenary Sessions Ⅱ [In English]

Plenary:    Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Stanford Univerisity
               "Race and the Politics of Memory:
                Mark Twain and Paul Laurence Dunbar"
Moderator: Chung Youn-Son, Korea Military Academy

Plenary:    Matti Juhani Rissanen, University of Helsinki
                "Computerized Corpora and the Study of the History of English"
Moderator:

Plenary:    Lee Hong Bae, Sogang University
                "A Unified Account of Anaphors"
Moderator: Kim Yong Suk, Hansung University



11:50-1:10 PM Lunch


1:10-2:50 PM   Academic Sessions

* Milton & Early Modern English Studies [In Korean]

Moderator: Suh Hongwon, Yonsei University

Papers:    

Lee Jong-Woo, Hongik University
  "Milton's Ecological Vision and Paradise Lost"  

Lee Byung-Eun, Hansung University
  "Colonialism in Milton's Prose"

Park Young-won, Chungnam National University
  "Paradise Lost in Perspective and Authorial Subjectivity"

Discussants:  
  Lee Kwang Yong, Suwon Women's College
  Park Sang Ik, Woosuk University      
  Jin Sunwoo, Seoul Theological University

* Shakespeare [In Korean]

Moderator: Kim Han, Dongguk University

Papers:  

Han Younglim, Kyungpook National University
  "Shakespeare Without Shakespeare"  

Kim Dongwook, Sunkyunkwan University
  "A Critical Study of Films of Hamlet"

Yoon Hee-Oyck, Yeungnam University
  "A Semeotic Reading of King Lear"

Discussants:
  Cho Kwangsoon, Ajou University
  Shin Woongjae, Kwangwoon Universityㆍ    
  Song Honghan, Donga University

* Teaching English Literature [In Korean]

Moderator: Kim Seong Je, Hanyang University

Papers:    

Shim Sang Wook, Jeonju University
  "Reading Text in Context"

Kim Aeju, Dongguk University
  "A Case Study of Reader Response in Asian American Literature"

Discussants:
Yoon Hee Soo, Pukyung National University
Park Hyungji, Yonsei University


* D. H. Lawrence [In English]

Moderator: Koh Jaikyung, Baewha Women's College

Papers:    

Paik Nakchung, Seoul National University
  "Some Last Poems of D. H. Lawrence"

Iida Takeo, Kurume University
  "Lawrence's Pan Worship and Green Man Image"

Kim Youngmin, Dongguk University
  "'Rip the veil of the old vision across, and walk through the rent':
    D. H. Lawrence's Pollyanalytics, Psychoanalysis, and Poetry"

Discussants:
    Kim Sungho, Seoul Women's Universityㆍ
    Kang Hee, Daegu Universityㆍ
    Park See-young, Seoul National University

* Mapping the Post/Trans-National [In English]

Moderator: Sooyoung Chon, Ewha Womans University

Papers:    



Koh Boo Eung, Chung-Ang University
"Koreatown in Los Angeles as a Transnational Border"

Manisha Anand Patil, Yashwantrao Chavan Institute of Science, India
  "Mapping New Territories in Transl(n)ationalism Through Collaboration and  
   Intercontinentalism"

Discussants:      
  Lee Kyung-Won, Yonsei University
  Lee Seungryul, Yeungnam University
  Cho Kyu-hyung, Korea University

* Perception in English Phonology [In English]

Moderator: Lee Jae-Young, Seoul National University

Papers:      

Lee Ponghyung, Daejeon University
  "A Role of Similarity in English Consonantal Phonotactics"

Park Kwang Chul, Inha University
  "The Structure of Accentual Phrase"

Cho Mi-Hui, Kyonggi University
  "The Distribution of Aspirated Stops and /h/ in American English and Korean"

Discussants:
Han Eunjoo, Seoul Women's University
Park Jae Ik, Kosin University
Hong  Soonhyun, Inha University

Corpus II [In English]

Moderator:  Park Myung-Kwan, Dongguk University

Papers:    

Xunfeng Xu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  "The Use of a Learner Corpus for the Training of English Teacher"

Susan W. Brown & Mary A. Whitmire, University of Colorado
"A Corpus-Based Tool for the Generation of EFL Practice Set"

Kwon Hyuk-Seung, Seoul National University
"Collocation: teaching, learning and testing"

Discussants:
Go Gwang Yoon, Soongsil University
Lee Hanjung, Sungkyunkwan University




2:50-3:00 PM   Break


3:00-4:40 PM   Academic Sessions

Nineteenth Century Literature in English and Imperial (II) [In English]

Moderator: Yun Hio-Nyeong, Dankook University

Papers:    

Jeremy Hawthorn, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  "Power, Gender and Imperialism in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad"  

Lee Man Sik, Kyungwon College
  "For/Against Empire: A Reading of Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes"

Discussant: Chon Sooyoung, Ewah Womans University


British and American Fiction to 1900 [In English]

Moderator: Yoon Hye-Joon, Yonsei University

Papers:    

James K. Chandler, University of Chicago
  "Maria Edgeworth and the Shape of Things to Come"

Moon Hi Kyung, Korea University
  "Eroticism in Eliza Haywood's Amatory Fiction and the Sentimental Novel"

Discussant: Min Eun Kyung, Seoul National University

Identity, Gender, and the Other [In English]

Moderator: Sohn Jeonghee, Chung-Ang University

Papers:  

Aparagita Nanda, India
  "Identity Politics and General Subjectivity in Sky Lee's Disappearance Cafe and
   Fiona Cheong's Shadow Theatre"

Jang Geun Young, Korea University
  "The Confucian Other: The New Woman in 1920s Korea"

Rie Makino, Arizona State University
  "Searching for Locus: Exilic Fathers and Brothers vs Postcolonial Masculinity
   in Lois-Ann Yamanaka and Jessica Hagedom's Works"

Discussants:
  Tae Hae Sook, Catholic University of Daegu
  Lee Jae-Sung, Pusan National University

English & American Cultural Studies [In Korean]

Moderator: Hong Sung Yong, Chosun University

Papers:    

Bryan T. Dietrich, Chosun University
  "From Science to Mystery: Symbolism, Conflict and Non-Teleology in John
   Steinbeck's "The Snake""

Oh Se-chan, Seoul National University of Education
  "Intertextuality of William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury
   and Absalom, Absalom!"

Kang Hee, Daegu University
"The Discourse of Self and Death: The Sound and the Fury and Absalom, Absalom!"

Discussants:    
Song Kee Ho, Hannam University
Kim Jong Uk, Korea University

Modern British and American Poetry [In Korean]

Moderators:
Hong Kyungjoo, Sookmyung Women's University
Song Moo, Kyungsang National University

Papers:

Kim Yangsoon, Korea University
  "Elizabeth Bishop: A "Writer's Writer's Writer"

Kim Key-seop &Im Un, Korea National University of Education
  "A Study of Deviation Between the Scansion and Reading of
   Modern English Poems in the Fixed Meter"

Jeon Jo Young & Shin Dong II, Korea National University of Education
  "An Acoustic Analysis of Rhythm and Meter for Reciting English Poetry"

Discussants:
  Lee Hongpil, Chonnam National University
  Kang Du-Hyung, Kwangwoon Universityㆍ
  Kwon Seung Hyuk, Kangwon National Universityㆍ
  Kim Hyoungyoub, Korea Universityㆍ
  Bong Joonsu, Seoul National Universityㆍ
  Hong Eun-taek, Daejin University

* Cognitive, Discourse Studies in English [In English]

Moderator: Kim Haeyeon, Chung-Ang University

Papers:    

Kim Ju-Shik, Dong Yang University
  "The Semantic Structure of Boundedness Preposition 'in'"

Ahn Byeongkil, Gyeongsang National University
  "Discourse Types and English Inversions"

Kim Myung Hee, Hanyang University
  "Cohesion in Spoken and Written Discourse of Korean EFL Learners"

Discussants:

Contrasts in English and Other Languages [In English]

Moderator: Sohn Hyungsook, Kyungpook National University

Papers:

Takashi Otake, Dokkyo University
  "Recognition of an Onset-Rime Structure by Japanese Monolinguals
   and Japanese English Bilinguals"

Haruo Kubozono, Kobe University
   "[ai]-[au] Asymmetries in English and Japanese"

Lee Borim, Wonkwang UniversityㆍTetsuo Harada, University of Oregon
      & Susan G. Guion, University of Oregon  
  "Acoustic Analysis of the Production of Stressed, Unstressed and Reduced
  English Vowels by Early and Late Korean and Japanese Learners"

Discussants:
  Hwangbo Youngsik, Sungkyul University
  Rhee Seok-Chae, Yonsei University  
  Kang Seok Keun, Wonkwang University


4:40-4:50 PM   Break

4:50-6:30 PM   Academic Sessions

Milton &Early Modern English Studies [In Korean]

Moderator: Koo Youngwhoe, Catholic University of Daegu

Papers:  

Lee In-Sung, Soongsil University
  "The Symbolic Significance of Water in The Faerie Queene, Book II"  

Yim Sung-kyun, Sookmyung Women's University
  ""The sacred badge" and "heauenly Mayd" "Guyon and Redcross in The    
    Faerie Queene"

Lee Sangyeup, Sungkyunkwan University
   "Brotherhood in John Donne's Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions:  
    Reading it in the Film "For Whom the Bell Tolls"

Discussants:
  Lee Jin-Ah, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  Kim Kyong Hahn, Seowon University
  Choi Jae Hern, Kyungpook National University

W. B. Yeats [In Korean]

Moderator: Kim Chulsoo, Kyungpook National University

Papers:    

Rhee Youngsuk, Hanyang University
  "Yeats and France"

Huh Hyunsook, Konkuk University
  "`Out of Myth into History': Women in W. B. Yeats and Eavan Boland"

Discussants:
Yoon Ki-ho, Chungbuk National University
Choi Heisup, Jeonju University

English Studies in the Global Context [In English]

Moderator: Koo Eunsook, Chongju University

Papers:    

Krishna Sen, University of Calcutta
  "Reinventing English Studies: The English Text and the Postcolonial Space"

Kwai-Cheung Lo, Hong Kong Baptist University
  "Nationalism's Second Life?: Globalizing English Literatures and the Diasporic
   Writings of Ha Jin"

Cho Peggy, Kyung Hee University
  "Nowhere Else to Meet: Human Geography in the Works of Nadine  Gordimer"



Discussants:


* American Literature in the 20th-Century [In English]

Moderator:  Shin Moonsu, Seoul National University

Papers:    

Park Jai Young, Arizona State University
   "Uncle Jack: An African American Trickster Becomes a Christ?

Donna Ferrantello, Publisher/Authorm Open Sky Press (U.S.A.)
   "A Vision of Peace: An Intercultural Journey Through Trade and Travel in Melville's
   Moby-Dick"

Chung Kyunghoon, Ajou University
  "The Unbound and Uneven: Cosmology, Poetics, and Ethical Question
   in Robert Duncan"  

Discussants:  
  Shin Jinbhum, Songho UniversityㆍGu Jakwang, Korea University  

* Reality, Memory, and Responsibility [In Korean]

Moderator:     Kwon Teckyoung, Kyung Hee University

Papers:    

Yoh Keonjong, Sookmyung Women's University
  "Marx and Realism: Beyond Hyperreality"

Lee Myungho, The Catholic University of Korea
  "Representing Historical Trauma: A Critical Reading of Holocaust Discourses"

Lee Jae-Seong, Pusan National University
  "Responsibility and Sensibility in Becoming One with the Text: Levinas,
   Deleuze/Guattari, and the Gothic Novel"

Discussants:  Kim Yongsoo, Hallym University
                   Kim Jonggab, Konkuk University
                   Kim Tai-Won, Sungshin Women's University

Socio-Linguistics II [In English]

Moderator: Kim Ju-Shik, Dong Yang University

Papers:

Kim Yong-jin, Soongsil University
  "9-11 Reportage by American Newspapers"

Kim Haeyeon, Chungg-Ang University
  "Really in Conversation and Grammar"

Kang Hyun Seok, Dankook University
  "Constraints on variation observed in past-marking by Korean learners of English"

Discussants: Kim Myung Hee, Hanyang University



* Corpus III [In English]

Moderator: Jung Youngguk, IGSE

Papers:    
Barlow Michael, University of Auckland
  "Practical Corpus Linguistics and Language Analysis"

Shinichiro Ishikawa, Kobe University
  "A Corpus-based Approach to the Synonymic Words of "Sorrow," "Grief," and
  "Sadness""

Cho Euiyon, Dongguk University
  "Teaching English Lexical Semantics with CALL-based Teaching English Lexical
   Semantics with CALL-based Concordances"

Alt. papers for Corpus I, II, & III

Yuka Ishikawa, Hiroshima International University
  "The Usage of Gender-Specific Words"

Lee Kap Hee, Seoul Theological University
  "Due to and Based on: A Corpus-based Case Study in Adverbialization"

Discussants: Lee Yae-Sheik, Kyungpook National University
                    Yoo Suk Hoon, Korea University


6:30-9:00 PM   Supper and Special Events  



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