12 Dec Seminar: CROSSLING-project, Joensuu

The final seminar of the CROSSLING project will take place 12 December. In line with the project, the seminar will be multidisciplinary and multilingual.  

The seminar is also part of the research seminar of the doctoral programme KIELTO. It will give an introduction to research on language contacts from the perspectives of linguistics and translation studies.

Further information >> https://wiki.uef.fi/display/CROSSLING/CROSSLING

Venue: University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu campus, Agora building, room AG109, address: Yliopistokatu 2

Preliminary programme

10.00 am           Opening, Helka Riionheimo

10.30                  Invited lecture 1

Kristina Mullamaa, University of Tartu: The changing role of liaison interpreters (in English)

11.30 – 12.30   Lunch break (own expence)

12.30 – 14.00   Presentations by crosslinguists

Pirkko Muikku-Werner and Eppu Penttilä: "En pidä apinojen halventamisesta" –  mielipiteitä idiomeista (in Finnish)

Leena Kolehmainen, Lea Meriläinen and Helka Riionheimo: The Finnish passive in contact

Maria Kok: Borrowing metalanguage

14.00 - 14.30    Coffee

14.30 - 15.30    Invited lecture 2

Prof. Marja Järventausta, University of Cologne: Kielet - käännökset - kirjallisuudet. Vertailevan kielen- ja kirjallisuudentutkimuksen leikkauspinnoilla suomea ja saksaa verrattaessa (in Finnish)

15.00 - 15.30    Closing, Helka Riionheimo and Leena Kolehmainen

 

16.00 - 20.00    CROSSLING disco & party, Agora building, room AG102

                             Indian cuisine by Spices Chef

 

The seminar and the party are open for every one interested.

To make sure enough coffee will be prepared for the afternoon break, please let us know about your participation by sending an e-mail to Franka Kermer: franka.kermer(at)uef.fi by Dec 9 at the latest.

During the evening programme, it is our pleasure to offer culinary and exotic food from India. Those planning on having a taste of Indian cuisine, please inform Franka Kermer by Dec 9 at the latest.

Welcome!

 

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