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홈> Convention > 2012 Convention >Invited Speakers

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Plenary Speakers
-W.J.T. Mitchell (University of Chicago, Editor of Critical Inquiry, USA)
"Reflections on the Present State of the Humanities"
-U-Chang Kim (Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea)
"The Body Luminous: Reflections on the Changing Status of Literature in Korea—and the Modern World"
-Alice Deignan (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)
"Using Metaphors to Persuade"

Invited Speakers
-Bernard O'Donoghue (Oxford University, United Kingdom)
"Borders in Brian Friel's Translations"
-Daniel Y. Kim (Brown University, USA)
"The Borderlands of the Korean War: Translation and Meta-history in the Fiction of Rolando Hinojosa"
-Chaman Lal (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India)
"Literature beyond Borders: Indian Literature as Part of World Literature through Translation"
-Hsien-hao Sebastian Liao (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
"How Will the World End?: Posthumanist Vision and "Belief in the World" in Cyclonopedia and Hotel of Western Xia via The Possibility of An Island"
-Ruediger Ahrens (Würzburg University, Germany)
"Shakespeare in Germany: Critical Reception and Translation"
-Claire Connolly (University College Cork, Ireland)
"Women Writers at the Border: Cultural Transformations in Irish Romanticism"
-Toru Kiuchi (Nihon University, Japan)
"Haiku Translation: Cultures across the Border"
-Ji-Moon Suh (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
"Negotiating Impediments in the Path of Literary Migration"
-Rajeev Patke (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
"Moving in and out of Borders: Othello and Caliban in Tayeb Salih's Season of Migration to the North"
-Rónán McDonald (University of New South Wales, Australia)
"'Misted and Married Together: Form, Affect, and Convergence in Nineteenth-Century Irish Emigrant Letters from Australia"
-Ning Wang (Tsinghwa University, China)
"Cosmopolitanism and World Literature in China"
-Theo D'haen (University of Leuven, Belgium)
"When `World Literature' becomes `World' Literature"
Nie Zhenzhao (Central China Normal University, Editor of Foreign Literature Studies, China)
"Scholarly Peridicals and the Research and Exchange of World Literature"
-Hebert F. Tucker (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Editor of New Literary History, USA)
"New Literary History: Whats New?"
-Andrew Fitzsimons (Gakushuin University, Editor of Journal of Irish Literature, Japan)
"Publishing a Journal in English in Japan: The Case of the Journal of Irish Studies"
-Eyal Emiran (University of California, Irvine, Editor of Postmodern Culture, USA)
"Comparative Literature and Film and Media Studies"