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Conference – “Deaf Cinema”: closed captioning, audio description, and the reinvention of silent film”

Monday September 18, 2017

4:05pm OPENING REMARKS, Dr. Mary Watt (Associate Dean, CLAS)

4:10pm  Jean-François Cornu, “’Deafness’ in subtitled and Dubbed Versions”

5:00pm Michel Chion, “Intertitles or captions in some recent neo-silent films: Pastiche or Reinvention” (Skype talk)

5:45pm  Peter Szendy,  “Phrasing the Moving Image”

6:50pm-7:10pm  Round-Table:  Jean-François Cornu, Peter Szendy, Dror Abend-David, Sylvie Blum, Richard Burt, Peter Gitto, Prisca Piccirilli.

For more information please contact: Dr Sylvie Blum (sylblum@ufl.edu) or Richard Burt (burt@ufl.edu)

This event is free and open to all.

French in Contact series

Wednesday September 27, 4pm, Pugh 210

Gudrun Ledegen, Professor of Language Sciences and Sociolinguistics at the Université de Rennes 2 will give a talk on language contact in La Reunion. Full biography and publications

Abstract

La situation de contact linguistique à La Réunion présente des particularités remarquables par la proximité linguistique des langues en contact : R. Chaudenson proposait la notion de ‘osmoticité’ lexicale (1993) ; nous examinons ce contact particulier aussi à un niveau syntaxique et proposons la méthodologie des zones “flottantes”, pouvant se transcrire en français comme en créole. La comparaison des pratiques orales et écrites ordinaires (SMS et tchats) à La Réunion entre elles, ainsi qu’avec d’autres terrains francophones (belges, suisses, …) mettent en lumière des particularités mais aussi de larges pans de pratiques en partage.

This event is free and open to all

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