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Portland State World Languages & Literatures Graduate Student Colloquium
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When: Saturday, May 7, 2016
Where: Portland State University
Portland, Oregon 
United States

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Graduate Colloquium

PSU’s Department of World Languages and Literatures hosts an annual graduate colloquium on language, literature, linguistics, applied linguistics, cultural studies and film. It is a regional and international symposium whose participants seek to engage in scholarship across languages. They are also drawn by Portland’s many cultural opportunities.

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World Languages & Literatures

Graduate Student Colloquium

Saturday May 7, 2016



How do agents, acts and artifacts interact in Literature, Linguistics, Language Pedagogy, Film and Cultural Studies


The Department of World Languages & Literatures at Portland State University invites graduate students of modern and classical foreign languages to present their scholarly research on literature, film, culture, linguistics, applied linguistics, language pedagogy, and interdisciplinary studies (e.g., cognitive literary studies, ecocriticism, communication studies). Participants are encouraged to explore the ways in which agents and authors, acts, and artifacts interact in texts. How are events and artifacts determined by the processes surrounding their realization? How do these processes affect their reception?  Possible topics within this theme include: 

Evolution • Interaction • Adaptation •Intervention • Influence • Inspiration • Dissemination

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