Invitation
to the annual International Research Forum and Symposium of NGG= NihongoGenderGakkai” (The Society for Gender Studies in Japanese) to be held at Budapest Business School, Hungary (1024 Budapest, XVI.District, Diosy Lajos utca 22-24) on 9th November 2011

  日本語ジェンダー学会 国際大会研究例会を今年度はハンガリー商科大学学部長、本学会理事のユディットヒダシ先生を実行委員長として開催の運びとなりました。  参加を希望される方は、実行委員の佐々木名誉会長、または実行委員長のジュディットヒダシ先生まで直接ご連絡ください。(研究発表は英語に限ります)  なお、航空券の手配は各自でお願いします。 ホテルに関しては、ヒダシ先生にご相談の上、会場近くをご予約いただけますよう。 会員の皆様のご参加・ご発表をお待ち申し上げます。なお、参加・発表希望の方は9月15日までに発表要旨をA4一枚にまとめ、上記のいずれかの先生宛にお送りください。
日本語ジェンダー学会 事務局


 プログラム概要
場所 ブダペスト商科大学
2011年11月8日 学会主催 フィールドツアー(ブタペスト郊外 英語によるツアーガイド付き、ランチ)
2011年11月9日
  日本語ジェンダー学会国際大会シンポジウム&研究発表
  シンポジウム
13時~13時45分
   基調講演「日本語表現の中のジェンダー意識」
 佐々木瑞枝氏(武蔵野大学教授)
13時50分~15時
  シンポジウム「ジェンダー意識の背景にあるもの」  
  パネリスト トムソン木下千尋(ニューサウスウェールズ大学教授)
ユディットヒダシ(ブタペスト商科大学教授)
Anna Szekacs(ブタペスト商科大学東洋語科主任教授)
矢野安剛(早稲田大学名誉教授)
  What's in a name? A naive question to gender-specific expressions

Tea Break

15時~16時30分  研究発表

  1. 矢野安剛(早稲田大学名誉教授)
From 'marked' to 'unmarked'--temporal change of language meaning
  2. 松井幸子(三重大学名誉教授): 「俳句と女性」
  3. 立松喜久子(元アメリカカナダ大学連合副所長): 「翻訳小説における美化語の男女差」
  4. 佐藤紀子 (ブタペスト商科大学准教授)・Anna Szekacs(ブタペスト商科大学東洋語科主任教授):
「Perceptions from the Gender-Specific Point of View in Editing a Textbook of Japanese Language」
  (研究発表時間は15分 質疑応答 5分)
 
11月10日 参加自由 下記の英文をご参照ください。


"Nihongo Gender Gakkai Symposium" is to be taken place in November in Budapest, Budapest Business School....As a tradition BBS has each year a his own "Scientific Days" program (mostly in Hungarian). But this year we open our doors for international partner-institutions, and as a satellite program we kindly invite Nihogo Gender Gakkai to hold its annual symposium prior to the great Conference. Herby we encourage you to join this satelliet symposium of Nihiongo Gender Gakkai....

Nov. 7. Monday
Arrival to Hungary (arranged individually)
Stay in Hotel (arranged individually, but we can make recommemdations -to be sent by 2 September)
Nov. 8 Tuesday
All-day tour (pick up by Universitybus....) to the wine-yards in the country-side, field-tour including Lunch and tourguide (in English) return to Hotel around 8 p.m. - complimentary by BBS
nov. 9 Wednesday
tour of BBS and lunch - complimentary by BBS
symposium day: from: 13.00 - 16.30

Program
13.00 – 13.45
Key-note speech by professor Mizue SASAKI
(Musashino University; immediate past president of NGG):
Gender-consciousness in Japanese expressions
13.50 – 15.00 Symposium:
  A look  behind gender-consciousness  Panel-discussion
members:
  THOMSON-KINOSHITA Chihiro (professor, New-South Wales University, Australia)
  HIDASI Judit (professor, Budapest Business School: dean, Hungary)
           Culture matters ~ gender matters
  SZEKACS Anna (professor, Budapest Business School: Head of the Oriental Studies Chair, Hungary)             Teaching languages and gender
  YANO Yasukata (professor, Waseda University, Japan)
      What’s in a name? A naive question to gender-specific expressions

15.00 – 16.30  Research  papers

  1. YANO Yasukata (professor, Waseda University, Japan):
From ’marked’ to ’unmarked’ – temporal change of language meaning
  2. MATSUI Sachiko (professor emeritus of Mie University, Japan):
Haiku and Women
  3. TATEMATSU Kikuko (professor emeritus of Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies administered by Stanford University, Japan):
Gender bias in translated novels for beautification-expressions
  4. SATO Noriko (Associate professor of BBS, Hungary)& SZEKACS Anna (professor of BBS, Hungary):
Perceptions from the Gender-Specific Point of View in Editing a Textbook of Japanese Language
     
  The presentations run 15 minutes, to be followed by a 5 minute Q&A time each.

dinner
Nov.10 Thursday
BBS Day of Science: Opening 10 a.m. (in Hungarian)
Lunch int he main campus (free)
Plenary sessions (in Hung)
Gala dinner (free)

If you are interested to attend, please contact me directly----

Further details will follow continuously......






シンポジウムの合間に  ブタペスト商科大学 学長を囲んで


 シンポジウム 受付の学生たち
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基調講演
Male and Female Speech in Japanese

Mizue Sasaki
Professor :Musashino University


Panel-discussion
HIDASI Judit (professor, Budapest Business School: dean, Hungary)
Culture matters ~ Gender matters
YANO Yasukata (professor, Waseda University, Japan)
What’s in a name? A naive question to gender-specific expressions
THOMSON-KINOSHITA Chihiro (professor, New-South Wales University, Australia)
Gender in Japanese Language Education
SZEKACS Anna (professor, Budapest Business School: Head of the Oriental Studies Chair, Hungary)






Tea break ハンガリー、ドイツ、オーストラリア、日本のジェンダースタディーズの参加者で

Teaching languages and gender Research papers

1. YANO Yasukata (professor, Waseda University, Japan):
From ’marked’ to ’unmarked’ – temporal change of language meaning

2. MATSUI Sachiko (professor emeritus of Mie University, Japan):
Haiku and Women

3. TATEMATSU Kikuko (professor emeritus of Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies administered by Stanford University, Japan):
Gender bias in translated novels for beautification-expressions

4. SATO Noriko (Associate professor, BBS) & SZEKACS Anna (professor, BBS, Hungary):
Problems of Gender in Editing a Textbook of Japanese Language
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松井先生 発表


ANNE先生 発表


立松先生 発表
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実行委員長 ヒダシ先生と名誉会長の佐々木先生




Sasaki-sensei,

thank you very much for your efficiency in making a lovely photo-album out of the photos! It is going to be a nice memory for all of us......

The feedback of the Gender-Symposium was very good - and many people were surprised to find out that Gender studies is at such an advanced level in Japan! No doubt, the NihongoGenderGakkai has contributed a lot to its progress....We here in huingary were proud to be part of the GenderSymposium!

Looking forward to our next meeting at some part of the world, with thankful greetings:

dr. Judit HIDASI
dean
Budapest Business School
Faculty of International management and Business
Diosy Lajos str.22-24 / Budapest 1165 Hungary




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