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Rollet, sous la direction de, Lorsque l'enfant grandit. The scientific interests of Prof. Currently Prof. Caron is working on the subject of linguistic changes in the French language, especially in the years Moreover he heads a research programme concerning French pronunciation around the year in its high version diction haute. April Prof. With commitment she took part in committee work concerning feminisation of names of professions, titles and functions The key domain of Prof.
Author of i. Marc Quaghebeur Brussels A scholar of literature, essayist, Belgian poet.
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Marc Quaghebeur is also a senior civil servant, with functions in the Department that is responsible for promoting literature and culture of Francophone Belgium. A relentless researcher and promoter of Belgian literature, Marc Quaghebeur is the author of numerous articles as well as books explaining and interpreting the complex contexts of the Belgian literary phenomenon. Jago-Antoine et J. Verheggen Bruxelles, Labor, Lettres belges.
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Marc Quaghebeur delivered a lecture as part of the Froncophone Week, on 22 March, in the former UW Library, room 3rd floor , at a. Etienne Barilier One of the most eminent Swiss writers; born in in the French-speaking canton of Vaud, honoured with highest Swiss literary awards, Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres of the French Republic, a novelist, essayist, translator from German and Italian, erudite. Etienne Barilier also lectures in the University of Lausanne in literature and literary translation.
The central place in his very rich range of works is taken by culture, the artists especially painters and musicians in search of beauty, confronting art and life, motifs of music and Italian motifs the writer is a great connoiseur and scholar of Italian culture.
He is also interested in the role of an intellectual in the modern world. Her interest focus i. Papers on Dostojewski, Claudel, Musil, Cortazar. She is also the author of novellas as well as short novels, which she published under the pseudonym of Sophie Kahn.
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Klincksieck, essai Prof. Specialist in 19th and 20th century French literature. His research focuses on the evolution of types, forms and figures of poetic discourse. He is also interested in the ties between text and image. Ecriture, Les genres de travers. Henri Scepi delivered a lecture as part of Prof. Our guest is also interested in analysis of advertising discourse and semiotics of advertising. Lionel Dufaye delivered two lectures in the Institute of French Studies, at ul. Monday, 14 December , at p.
Tuesday, 15 December , at p. He was also a special advisor of the Embassy of Ukraine in Brussels as well as Executive Director of a group of international advisors with the presidium of the Ukrainian Parliament. In he created the European Jazz Festival in Hanoi. November Prof. Specialist in 20th century French literature, with special focus on literature from the turn of the 19th and 20th century.
She is interested in the theory of literature and literary critique as well as ties between literature and psychoanalysis. The main areas of his interest are argumentation, emotions, pragmatics and interactions. Plantin, M. Coetzee, postcolonial critique and finally the ties between literature and politics as well as literature and cinema. Coetzee, Limoges, Pulim, Derrida, J. Bailly et A. Volodine 14 X, a. Scholar of literature. Zoberman also deals with Francophone mythologies as well as modern theories of queer and gender.
Presses Univ. His own publications as well as those, which he was scientific editor of — are an essential benchmark for persons interested in various aspects of the process of translation. Below are some titles by M. All interested persons are warmly invited to come! Winner of many prestigious literary awards i. Nota Bene, As a poet he has published i. He is currently working mainly on publishing poetry by Gaston Miron as well as on Jewish literature in Montreal. Apart from common forms of discourse she focuses here also on verbal and non-verbal forms of body-writing tattoos, stigmas as well as mystic female discourse from 17th to 20th century.
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Colin, Marie-Anne Paveau delivered two lectures the first one as part of the supplementary seminar of dr. Kostro, the second one during the Descriptive Grammar seminar of dr. Deals with teaching methodology and research on contemporary French literature. Nonetheless, a significant transition is underway in European universities where increasing cultural diversity entails co-existence of diversified learning cultures within the same group.
While there is a substantial body of ethnography-driven research on this question — in France, notably with reference to FFL —, 7 it mainly concerns culturally homogeneous groups. The aim was to provide basic grounding in ethnography to language specialists who, Roberts et al. Language specialists, in turn, initiate university students on how to analyse and conceptualise their experience abroad through the prism of an ethnographic perspective:.
The project is typical of what a languages student can achieve during their period of residence abroad. The idea is that they can acquire some theoretical concepts and ethnographic skills so that they are able to understand the local cultural practices sufficiently to write an ethnographic project, rather than undertake a full-scale ethnography.
Thus, the purpose of ethnography in this context is to integrate language and cultural processes. Roberts et al. One example is the work of such cultural anthropologists as Edward T. Even though such bibliometric figures cannot account adequately for transversal research-support disciplines as ethnography, they clearly highlight the traditional predominance of the teaching-based, language-centred approach of ESP studies in France and elsewhere , and the overdue epistemological shift towards the sociocultural dimension of the discipline.
With regard to ESP researchers, in situ immersion, the cornerstone of ethnographic studies, entails significant budget and time constraints with regard to a field which is, after all, a means and not an end. As such, ethnographic-driven projects may be carried out in:. A full ethnography by an expert ethnographer would doubtless have captured the full social and cultural complexity; a lighter textography […] can however focus on relating context and textual surface and thus communicate something to those communities that are particularly interested in academic writing as a cultural phenomenon in its own right.
Such modulations present a high degree of compatibility with ESP researchers whose primary academic focus lies elsewhere but who, nevertheless, need the rich insights afforded by experiential immersion in the culture of reference. As such, a number of French ESP teachers and researchers are already unsuspecting amateur ethnographers.
The growing interest for ethnography detected by Dressen-Hammouda op. Belcher, Diane. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 24, — In Paltridge, B. Starfield eds.
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Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, — Bhatia, Vijay K. London: Continuum. Bourdieu, Pierre. Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ASp , — Paris: Ellipses. Chapon, Sandrine. ASp 60, 21— Dressen-Hammouda, Dacia. Geertz, Clifford. The Interpretation of Cultures. New York: Basic Books. Approaches to Language and Literacy Research. New York: Teachers College Press.