2020 SLLL HDR Conference

2020 SLLL HDR Conference

The SLLL HDR Convenors are pleased to invite you to the 2020 HDR Conference to be held on Tuesday 3 & Thursday 5 November via Zoom. All are welcome and encouraged to attend to support and celebrate the research of our PhD and MPhil candidates.

 

Registration

DAY 1: Tuesday 3 November 2020 from 1pm

LIT/CLASSICS (Session A)

Zoom link https://anu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkde-orTwvGdDvcyqe2Y5lf8x2l7q64XZM

LINGUISTICS (Session B)

Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/y5hbgxl2

DAY 2: Thursday 5 November 2020 from 1pm

LIT/CLASSICS (Session A)

Zoom link https://anu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkde-orTwvGdDvcyqe2Y5lf8x2l7q64XZM

LINGUISTICS (Session B)

Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/y5hbgxl2

 

Program

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

All presentations are up to 30 mins per speaker followed by 15 min of Q&A

TUES 3 NOV

LIT/CLASSICS (A)

LINGUISTICS (B)

 

1 – 2pm

 

Ruri Ueda, PhD (TPR)

Interactive Effects of Perception and Production Training on L2 Phonetic Acquisition

 

 

2 – 3pm

Vihanga Perera, PhD (OP)

Water under the Bridge (Exegesis: Remembering Torture: Survivor Narratives of the 1987-90 Insurgency in Sri Lanka)

Ran Li, PhD (OP)
The Acquisition of the English Lexical Verb System in Chinese Learners of English as a Foreign Language: a Processability Approach

 

3 – 4pm

Siall Waterbright, PhD (TPR)

 

Happy: Representations of Children in Graphic Narrative [draft title]

 

Gan Qiao, PhD (TPR)

Language Use and Ethnic Identity: Evidence from Australian English by Second-Generation Chinese Migrants

 

4 – 5pm

Adrienne White, PhD (OP)

 

Post-Traumatic Stress in Archaic and Classical Greece

Elena Sheard, PhD (Midterm Review)

Situating speakers within community change(s): relative movement across vowels

 

 

THUR 5 NOV

LIT/CLASSICS (A)

LINGUISTICS (B)

 

1 – 2pm

Kate Oakes, PhD (OP)

 

Altruism and Agriculture: The Ethics of the Farmyard in Thomas Hardy's Fiction

Emma Rao, PhD (TPR)

 

The Semantics of Landscape Terms in Chinese: an NSM Approach

 

2 – 3pm

Fiannuala Morgan, PhD (TPR)

Visualising Australia’s Literary Imaginary: A Toponym Based Approach to Spatial Analysis

Anneke Myers, MPhil (TPR)

‘Are you able to translate for us?' What the record shows about parliamentary committee interactions with L1 speakers of Indigenous languages

 

3 – 4pm

Qiong He, PhD (OP)

‘Nothing can Happen Nowhere’: Place and Trauma in Elizabeth Bowen's Writing

 

Lien Tran, PhD (OP)

Developing a framework for assessing transfer of character voice in translation of fiction: application to translation of the English fiction ‘Disgrace’ into Vietnamese

 

4 – 5pm

 

Hamza Alhashim, PhD (TPR)


Musicality in Translating Poetry into Arabic

 

Date & time

Tue 03 Nov 2020, 1pm – Thu 05 Nov 2020, 5pm

Location

via ZOOM

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