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Tue Apr 26 2011

Confs: Thai, General Linguistics/Thailand

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        1.     Wichat Booranaprasertsook , Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture

Message 1: Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture
Date: 25-Apr-2011
From: Wichat Booranaprasertsook <thaiasian2011hotmail.com>
Subject: Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture
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Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture
Short Title: TALWC

Date: 26-May-2011 - 27-May-2011
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Contact: Wichat Booranaprasertsook
Contact Email: thaiasian2011hotmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.ku.ac.th

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Thai (tha)

Meeting Description:

The Thai Language Department, Faculty of Humanities Kasetsart
University, Xi'an International Studies University, and the Institute for
Southeast Asian Studies, Pusan University of Foreign studies are pleased
to invite you to the First International Conference on Thai and Asian
Languages, where Thai and Asian language researchers come together for
the first time to exchange their views on Asian languages and cultures.

Thursday, May 26
(Grandball room)
08.00 - 08.20 am: Opening Ceremony Speech by Privy Councilor Amphon
Senanarong

Plenary session

08.20 -10.20 am: 'From 'Tai' to Thai: GIS Analysis of Toponyms as
Indicators of Points of Origin, Migration and Contact' by Prof . Dr. John
Hartmann from University of Illinois'

10.30-12.00 am: 'Rethinking Language, World View & Culture : A Case of
Thai and Asian Languages' by Associate Prof. Dr. Krisadawan
Hongladarom , President of the Thousand stars Foundation

01.00-2.30 pm: 'Pali and Sanskrit: From India to Southeast Asia' by
Assistant Prof Dr. Chirapat Prapanvidya from Silapakorn University

02.45-4.15 pm: Parallel Session
Thai & South Asian Languages (Katariya 1)

1) Thai and Hindi Kinship Terms: A Socio cultural Study of Linguistic
Patterns (Vaishna Narang, Deepshikha Misra and Sulaganya Punyayodhin,
Centre for Linguistics SLL&CS Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,
India)

2) A Study of the Aspect markers ????? and ????. (Tadsanalai
Buraphachip, Kasetsart University)

3) Pragmatic and Discourse Functions of the Interjections in Thai
Entertainment Magazines (Rungtiva chattanrassamee and Wichat
Booranaprasertsook, Kasetsart University)

Language, World View, Culture: Language, Religion and Death (Katariya 2)

1) A Comparative Study of the Words 'taaj' in Thai and 'die' in English
(Kandaporn Jaroenkitboworn, Chulalongkorn University)

2) Buddhist Metaphor in Thai (Naphadara Anggkhunsindhana,
Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-ok, Chakrabongse campus)

3) Language and Reflection of Culture in Thai Nicknames. (M.L. Jaralvilai
Charunrochana, Kasetsart University)

4.30-5.30 pm: Parallel Session
Southeast Asian Languages (Katariya 1)

1) Numeral Classifiers in Southeast Asian Languages, (Kanita Chaimano,
Kasetsart University)

2) The Negative Transfer in the Usage of the English Prepositions by the
Filipinos (Milagros M. Villas, University of Southeastern, Philippines)

Language, World View, Culture: Language, Age and Sexual Deviation
(Katariya2)

1) World views on good child through children's day slogans of the Royal
Thai Government (Pimpaporn Boonprasert, Srinakarinwirote University)

2) Queerly Lucky': A Critical Discourse Analysis of 'Gay Horoscope' in Thai
Magazine (Chanokporn Puapattanakun, Mahidol University)

6.00-8.00 pm: Welcome Party

Friday, May 27

Plenary session (Grandball room)
08.20 -10.20 am: 'Development of Approaches to Thai Teaching and Thai
Language Textbooks in Beijing University' by Prof. Pan De Ding: who
pioneered the Thai language teaching in Mainland China.

10.30-12.00 pm: Parallel Session
Teaching Thai in Asia: Textbook, Approach and Test (Katariya 1)

1) The First Thai-Chinese Dictionary in China (Piyamas Sanpaweerawong,
Thammasat University)

2) Thai Word Association Network of L2 Learners: A Case Study of Lao and
Korean students (Wichat Booranaprasertsook, Kasetsart University )

3) A CU Thai Oral Proficiency Test at Guangxi University for Nationalities,
Peking University and Beijing Foreign Studies University: An illustration of
different teaching aims. (Suntharat Saengam and Yapha Liwcharoenchai,
Sirindhorn Thai Language Center, Chulalongkorn University)

Thai & East Asian Languages(Katariya 2)

1) A Comparative Study of Possessive Constructions in Thai and Modern
Standard Chinese. (Jiang Zeman and Natchanan Yaowapat,Kasetsart
University)

2) Conceptual Metaphors in Thai and Chinese Economic News. (Nong
Shuzhen, Kasetsart University)

3) A Study on Korean Food-Named Compound Noun with [??/??/?].
(Kanokwan Sarojna, Burapha University)

Plenary session (Grandball room)
1.00 -3.00 pm: 'Trends in Thai and Southeast Asian Languages Studies' by
Prof.Dr.Jang Sik Park: Director of Institute for Southeast Asian Studies,
Pusan University of Foreign Studies, Associate Prof. Dr. Pratuang
Dinnaratna from Thai Department, Kasetsart University, MS. Qiu Xiao Xie
Head of Thai Department from Xi'an International Studies University.

3.15-4.45 pm: Parallel Session
Language, World View, Culture:Language, Nature, Manufacture and Tribe
(Katariya 1)

1) Documentary Linguistics and the Advocacy for Language and Culture of
Ethnic Groups in Thailand: The Case of Thai Song Dam. (Jantima
Angkapanichkit, Ubon Ratchathani University)

2) The analysis of Thai native vegetables' names (Umaporn Sungkaman,
Kasetsart University)

3) Reflection from Prototype of ???????????? (Furniture) in Thai. (Pattra
Pindabaedya and M.L. Jaralvilai Charunrochana, Kasetsart University)

Thai: Translation & History (Katariya 2)

1)Discordant Localizations of Modernity: Reflections on Concepts of the
'Economic' and the 'Social' in Early 20th- Century Siam. (Morakot
Jewachinda, Srinakharinwirot University)

2) Translation Strategies: A Case Study of Translation Chinese Non-fiction
into Thai (Dai yun xiang, KasetsartUniversity)

3) The Translation of Verbal Complements of Manipulative Verbs: A Case
Study from English to Thai in 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets'
(Patchanok Kitikanan, Naresuan University)

4.45-5.00 pm: Closing ceremony

Registration:
International delegates: 4,500 baht
Thai delegates: 3,500 baht
Students: 2,000 baht

To register, please transfer the amount to:
Bangkok Bank, Kasetsart University Branch
Account name: 'Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture' Account
number 043-7-03899-5 SWIFF code: BKKBTHBK

For more information, please contact
Wichat Booranaprasertsook, Ph.D. Organizing Chair / Rujira Sengnet,
Ph.D.Secretariat Chair
Tel. 02-5795566-8 ext.2509 or 0820645619 e-mail:
thaiasian2011hotmail.com



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