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Wed Oct 10 2007

Confs: Language Documentation/Japan

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        1.    Tasaku Tsunoda, Linguapax Asia 2007: Language, Religion and Ethnicity


Message 1: Linguapax Asia 2007: Language, Religion and Ethnicity
Date: 09-Oct-2007
From: Tasaku Tsunoda <tsunodatooyoo.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Subject: Linguapax Asia 2007: Language, Religion and Ethnicity
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Linguapax Asia 2007: Language, Religion and Ethnicity

Date: 21-Oct-2007 - 21-Oct-2007
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contact: Frances Fister-Stoga
Contact Email: infolinguapax-asia.org
Meeting URL: http://www.linguapax-asia.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation

Meeting Description:

Linguapax Asia will hold 'Working Session 2007: Language, Religion and
Ethnicity' on the 21st October 2007 (Sunday) at Building 18, Komaba Campus,
University of Tokyo. Please see the following site for the details.

http://www.linguapax-asia.org/

Program

9:00
Welcome

9:15
Opening of Session
Frances Fister-Stoga, Director, Linguapax Asia

Morning Session Chair: Jelisava Sethna, Gakushuin University

9:30
Nordic Mythology, the Runes, and Ethnic Revivalism
Dr. William Gater, University of the Sacred Heart

10:00
Religion and Script: The Interface of Turkic and Arabic
Huseyin Ozkaya, Meiji University

10:30
Coffee

11:00
The Sense of the Sacred in Navajo Language
Prof. Cary Duval, Bunkyo University

11:30
An Urban Japanese-Ainu's Identity Dilemma
Dr. Marek Kaminski, Gender Studies Centre, Oxford University

12:00
Luncheon at Lever Son Verre restaurant, University of Tokyo

13:30
Afternoon Session Chair: Frances Fister-Stoga, University of Tokyo

13:30
Biblical and Liturgical Japanese
Dr. Charles De Wolf, Keio University

14:00
Latin Revivalism and the Tridentine Mass
Father Joseph O'Leary, Sophia University

14:30
Coffee

15:00
The Relationship Between the Hebrew Bible and the Hebrew Language
Rabbi Henri Noach, Rabbi of the Jewish Community of Japan; Waseda
University, Faculty of Law

15:30
The Freising Manuscripts: The Birth Certificate of Slovene Language
Jelisava Sethna, Gakushuin University and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

16:00
Janacek's Glagolitic Mass
Steven Morgan, Music Director and Principal Conductor of The British Embassy
Choir; Director of Musical Activities, St. Alban's Church Tokyo

16:30
Coffee

16:45
Discussion and Closing Statement

17:30
Prof. Tasaku Tsunoda, University of Tokyo; Honorary President,
Linguapax Asia

Registration

There are no registration fees for attending the 2007 Working Session. Seating
is limited. Kindly contact the Director about your attendance in order to secure
a place at the Working Session: fisterstogaf.email.ne.jp

Access

Shibuya - Inokashira Line local train to Komaba Todai-mae

Symposium Administration

Honorary President: Professor Tasaku Tsunoda, University of Tokyo
Director: Frances Fister-Stoga University of Tokyo
Program Director: Jelisava Sethna, Gakushuin University
General Affairs: Cary Duval, Bunkyo University
Website: Melvin R. Andrade, Sophia Junior College


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