2017年英语教师发展主题系列工作坊之Writing for an Academic Journal

课程时间    开始:2017-05-31 14:30    结束:2017-05-31 16:30

报名时间    开始:2017-05-25 10:30    结束: 2017-05-30 17:00

 课时数:2课时

任课老师:Cristina Bacchilega & John Rieder

报名名额:100

上课地址:北校区九教 103丝纺讲堂

课程介绍:

 

                                         Writing for an Academic Journal

一、主讲嘉宾:Cristina Bacchilega John Rieder

二、时间:2017年5月 31 日(周三)14:30-16:30

三、地点:北校区九教 103丝纺讲堂

四、讲座内容:

   两位教授均为文学、文化领域的资深学者,也是重要学术期刊主编。他们将以他们近四十年的学术写作与论文发表经历,传授在英美主流期刊发表期刊论文的经验。

五、主讲人简介:

Cristina Bacchilega is a Professor and Graduate Program Director in the English Department at the University of Hawai‘i-Mānoa where she teaches fairy tales and their adaptations, folklore and literature, and cultural studies. She has published three single-authored volumes: Postmodern Fairy Tales: Gender and Narrative Strategies (1997), Legendary Hawai‘i and the Politics of Place: Tradition, Translation, and Tourism (2007), and Fairy Tales Transformed? Twenty-First-Century Adaptations and the Politics of Wonder. With Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada and Donatella Izzo, Bacchilega also co-edited “Sustaining Hawaiian Sovereignty,” a special issue of Anglistica, online journal of interdisciplinary studies. Her recent essays appear in collections such as Marvelous Transformations: An Anthology of Fairy Tales and Contemporary Critical Perspectives, Channelling Wonder: Fairy Tales on TV, The Cambridge Companion to the Fairy Tale, Fairy Tale Films Beyond Disney: International Perspectives, The Classic Fairy Tales: A Norton Critical Edition, and the journalNarrative Culture. She is the co-editor of Marvels & Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies. Her work has consistently focused on approaches to gender in fairy tales and questions of adaptation across media and cultures.

John Rieder is a Professor of English at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is the author of three books: Science Fiction and the Mass Cultural Genre System (2017), Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction (2008), and Wordsworth's Counterrevolutionary Turn: Community, Virtue, and Vision in the 1790s (1997). He has published more than three dozen essays and book chapters on a wide variety of topics and is a co-editor of the journal Extrapolation. He won the Science Fiction Research Association's Pioneer Award in 2011 for the best essay of 2010, "On Defining Science Fiction, or Not: Genre Theory, SF, and History” which has subsequently been translated into French, German, and Hungarian. He regularly teaches courses on critical theory, nineteenth century literature, genre theory, and science fiction.