11. IDEA KONFERANSI
The 11th International Conference on Literature, Language and Cultural Studies in Turkey under the auspices of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE)
12–14 April 2017
The annual, peer-reviewed IDEA Conference, established in 2005 by the Turkish national association for English studies, is the largest and most comprehensive venue for the free exchange and dissemination of ideas on literary, language, and cultural studies in Turkey. It is held at a different university each year, and attended by scholars from around the world as well as around the country.
IDEA 2017 is being hosted by the Department of English Language and Literature, the Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies, and the Academic English Unit at Çankaya University, which in 2017 will also be celebrating its 20th anniversary as one of the most modern and rapidly evolving research and teaching universities in Turkey.
Conference Topic Areas
The conference covers a wide range of subjects in literary, cultural, and language studies, and welcomes presentations dealing with new interdisciplinary perspectives on these fields, contemporary social and cultural issues, and other areas of investigation. Topics include (but are not limited to):
English and Comparative Literature: • Literary Theory • Philosophy • Historiography • British, American, Turkish and European Literatures • World Literatures in translation…
Interdisciplinary Studies: Literature in relation to • Visual Arts • Performance Arts • Film and Media • Music • Science • Social and Political Theory • Issues in Digital Humanities …
Cultural and Media Studies: • Demographic change and identities • Globalization and social coherence • Belief systems and politics • Contemporary discussions on gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, diaspora, nationalism • Media representations and regulation • Emerging technologies and ethical issues • Climate issues and the media…
Translation Studies: • Literary Translation Studies • Narrative approaches to translation • Stylistic approaches to translation (including approaches from Cognitive Poetics) • Ecocritical approaches to translation • Self-translation • Translation and Ideology • Translation and Gender…
English Language Teaching and Education: • Teaching critical thinking • Neuromyths in ELT and Education • Cognitive science and language learning • Teaching language through culture • Educational issues in Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics…
||Merkez Kampüs Konferans Salonu
||Doç.Dr.Özlem Uzundemir ve Doç.Dr. Ertuğrul Koç