UPCOMING EVENTS (2016-2017)
May 3, 2017. Opening of the new exhibit of the Canadian Language Museum. Read between the lines: 150 Years of Languages in Toronto.
June 2017. CRLCC Translation Research Summer School. Topic: Audiovisual Translation. Coordinator: Aurelia Klimkiewicz.
August 8-10, 2017. Association of French Language Studies Conference. Glendon College. Conference website.
PAST EVENTS (2016-2017)
September 19, 2016. Ceremony to announce the collaboration between Glendon College and the Canadian Language Museum. Glendon Gallery, September 19, 2016. 5:00pm – 8:00pm
October 31, 2016. Lecture: “Language Policy in Peru and the future of the Quechua language” (via Skype) with professor Serafín M. Coronel-Molina (Indiana University). Organized by Ian Martin (Glendon, A204 6:00 pm-7:20 pm.)
November 18-20, 2016. First CRLCC International Conference on Language and Culture Contact. Glendon College. Website and program.
Nov. 18, 2016. Presentation of The Glendon Truth and Reconciliation Declaration on Indigenous Language Policy (2016) as part of the CRLCC International Conference. A short version of the Declaration is available in English, French, Inuinnaqtun, Inuktitut, Mohawk (Kanien’kéha) and Ojibwe (Anishinaabemowin). The complete version is available in English here. Glendon and the CRLCC would like to acknowledge and thank the translators of the Declaration: Lyse Hébert (FRA), Tuppitta Qitsualik (INN), Veronica Dewar (INU), Pat Ningwance (OJI) and Jocelyn Jamieson (MOH).
November 23, 2016. “Le second degré, l’ironie du discours” Prof. Denis Saint-Amand, Université de Namur (Belgique). Department of French Studies, Glendon. 12pm-3pm, YH A 218.
February 6, 2017. Faculty workshop: Conceptualizing Globally Networked Learning (GNL) Courses/activities: Pedagogy, Technology & Partnerships. Organized by York’s GNL project coordinator Dominique Scheffel-Dunand (1:00 to 3:00 p.m., room YH-A222) The CRLCC co-sponsors this event. Read more about the event here
February 8, 2017. Workshop: Visual Design for Public Presentations. Presented by Philippe Theophanidis (10am to 11am., YH-170). This event is sponsored by the Glendon Research office. The Communications program and the CRLCC co-sponsor this event. Read more.
March 1. 2017. Roundtable: Student-Faculty Roundtable on Global Dialogues as “21st Century Competencies” Learning. Organized by York’s GNL project coordinator Dominique Scheffel-Dunand (2 – 4 p.m. at Keele campus, Kaneff Tower 519) The CRLCC co-sponsors this event. Read more about the event here
March 9, 2017. Book launch and reception: The Embedding Apparatus: Journalist Surveillance during the War in Iraq. Author: Aimé-Jules Bizimana. Translator: Evan Light. (3:00-5:00 p.m.) Coordinator: Evan Light. The CRLCC co-sponsors this event.
March 18, 2017. Glendon Graduate Translation Conference. Translation at the Border: Crossing, Conflict and Creation. Conference website
March 22, 2017. Patterns of Patronage: An Istrian Family of Dragomans as Patrons of Arts (5pm to 6pm)by Aykut Gurcaglar. Read the abstract and Speaker’s bio here
March 28, 2017. Challenges in teaching Chinese-English Translation: from process to product (4.30pm to 5.30pm) by Xiaoyan Wan. This is a RGTTC and CRLCC Lecture. Read the speaker’s bio here
April 27, 2017. CRLCC public lecture. A Multilingual Nation : Translation and Language Dynamics in India. Public lecture by Rita Kothari. Co-sponsored with: York’s Centre for Asian Research (YCAR), York’s Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS), York’s Graduate Program in Humanities, Glendon’s School of Translation, Glendon’s Linguistics and Language Studies Program.