Thursday, 15 May 2014

Languages and the First World War - Antwerp leg, 18 June 2014



Languages and the First World War

University of Antwerp, 18 June 2014

British Library, 20 June 2014

 

Below you can find the programme for the Antwerp leg of the Languages and First World War Conference





9.00
Coffee

9.30 – 9.40
Welcome

9.40 – 10.30
Keynote paper
·         Odile Roynette (Université de Franche-Comté) La Première Guerre mondiale et les langues : difficultés et enjeux d'une approche historienne

10.30 – 11.00
Prologue
·         Sandrijn Van den Noortgate (University of Antwerp) The First World War and the professionalisation of interpreting

11 – 1
Panel 1
Translating displacement and social movement

Chair: Marnix Beyen


·         Richard Fogarty (University at Albany) “We did not speak a common language”: African Soldiers and Communication in the French Army, 1914-1918
·         Julie Coleman (Leicester University) Slang and recruitment: Lorenzo Smith's Lingo of No Man's land
·         Bill Lawrence (Workers Writes / Birtley Belgians Society) Translation, interpretation and mistranslation: Belgian exiles & ‘reformed’ soldiers, their records and problems encountered by English language researchers
·         Christophe Declercq (University College London / University of Antwerp) From Antwerp to Britain and back again: the language of the Belgian refugee then and now

1-1.45
Lunch

1.45 – 2.15
Keynote paper
·         Peter Doyle (University College London) & Rob Schäfer (Independent scholar)
Fritz & Timmy, across the Barbed wire

2.15 - 5.30
PANEL 2
Translating war changes locally

Chair: Christophe Declercq

·         Milos Damjanovic (Medical school, Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia) Language Changes in the Jewish Community in Kosovo and Metohia after the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) and the First World War (1914-1918)
·         Dominiek Dendooven (In Flanders Fields Museum) “Fake Belgium”. Linguistic issues in the diary of Father Achiel Van Walleghem (Ypres 1914-1919)  .
·         Ulrich Tiedau (University College London) German language policy in Belgium 1914–1918
Coffee
·         Karen Shelby (City University, New York) The Visual Culture of a Flemish War Experience
·         Hillary Briffa (King’s College) Malta in the First World War: A Tripartite Linguistic Legacy of Reportage

5.30 – 6
Epilogue
Vertaalproblemen over historische context voor de actuele situatie
·         Kris Peeters (University of Antwerp) 14 [quatorze] / 1914 [nineteen fourteen]: Jean Échenoz’ WWI in 118 [sans dix-huit] pages, from French into English. On how the French contemporary novel needs to invent a language of its own


Registration for the Antwerp leg


(this includes access to the conference for the Antwerp leg, coffee, lunch, conference pack)

Until 31 May

·         Full access: 50 €
·         Postgraduate students and 65+: 20 €
·         Undergraduate students: 10 €

From 1 June

·         Full access: 60 €
·         Postgraduate students and 65+: 25 €
·         Undergraduate students: 15 €

Registration closes on 12 June 2014, but you can still register on-site.

Payment

Bank account: BE69 7360 0353 2278
BIC: KREDBEBB
Reference: LanguagesFWW
 

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