ICS Graduate Forum (2017)

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March 7, 2017
4:00PM - 8:00PM
Location
Hagerty Hall 042 (1775 College Rd)

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Add to Calendar 2017-03-07 16:00:00 2017-03-07 20:00:00 ICS Graduate Forum (2017) ICS Graduate Forum (2017)Date:              Tuesday, 7 March 2017Time:              4:00 - 8:00 p.m.Location:       Hagerty Hall, Room 042 (1775 College Road)Welcome to the Institute for Chinese Studies' seventh year of hosting the ICS Graduate Forum!  This event is free and open to the public. No registration is required, and everyone is welcome! Come out to support our graduate students! Attend some or all the sessions! Flyer:   ICS Grad Forum ProgramThe ICS Graduate Forum, which is held each spring, provides OSU graduate students in China-related fields a venue for presenting their research. It gives students whose abstracts have been accepted for presentation at a regional, national or international conference an opportunity to rehearse their presentation. Topics for presentation may deal with any aspect of China or the Chinese language; and can come from any discipline: humanities, social sciences, STEM, historical or modern, etc., etc. Also welcomed are presentations by graduate students who are completing their dissertation as well as those who wish to practice delivering a conference-style presentation. ProgramICS Graduate Forum (2017): Language, Literature and Performance of the Han and Ethnic Minorities in ChinaDate:              Tuesday, 7 March 2017Time:              4:00 - 8:00 p.m.Location:       Hagerty Hall, Room 042 (1775 College Road)4:00    Welcoming RemarksProfessor Mark Bender (Chair, Department of E. Asian Languages and Literatures)4:15 - 4:55      Session 1.  Compliment Responses and Other Speech ActsChair:  Professor Mark BenderYawei Li.  Accept or Reject, Combination is the Best: A Study on Combination Strategies of Compliment Responses in ChineseQingyang Lin.  Factors in Classifying Utterances into Speech Act Types5:00 - 5:45      Session 2. Topics in Corpus-Based Linguistics Research Chair: Professor Zhiguo XieJunquan Pan.  Differences Between “V一下” and “V一陣” in Cantonese: A Preliminary Corpus-based Study   [20 min. + 5 min. Q&A]Jingdi Shen.  A Study of Metaphorical Resultative Verb Compounds as Hyperbolic Expressions of Emotion in Mandarin Chinese5:50 - 6:10      Pizza Break6:15 - 6:55      Session 3.  A Suzhou-Based Journal and Hui Ethnic Minority Folk Tales Chair: Professor Kirk DentonYichun Xu.  Follower or Trendsetter? Comical Journal: A Suzhou-Based Literary JournalMario De Grandis.  Female Body and Shapeshifters: A Close Reading of Xihaigu’s Folk-Tales from Central China7:00 - 7:40      Session 4.  Tujia Folk Performances and –Le in the Changsha DialectChair: Professor Marjorie ChanHui Yao.  The Promotion, Reinvention and Relocation of Tujia Weeding Gong and DrumSha Huan.  How Dialects Distinguish the Two Roles of -Le in Standard Chinese: A Case Study of Changsha Dialect7:45 - 7:50      Closing RemarksProfessor Marjorie Chan (Director, Institute for Chinese Studies) Free and open to the public.Co-sponsors:Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL)Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literatures (GREALL)Graduate Association of Chinese Linguistics (GACL)This event is made possible in part by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center.   Hagerty Hall 042 (1775 College Rd) East Asian Studies Center easc@osu.edu America/New_York public
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ICS Graduate Forum (2017)


Date:              Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Time:              4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location:       Hagerty Hall, Room 042 (1775 College Road)

Welcome to the Institute for Chinese Studies' seventh year of hosting the ICS Graduate Forum!  This event is free and open to the public. No registration is required, and everyone is welcome! Come out to support our graduate students! Attend some or all the sessions!
 

Flyer: PDF icon  PDF icon PDF icon ICS Grad Forum Program

The ICS Graduate Forum, which is held each spring, provides OSU graduate students in China-related fields a venue for presenting their research. It gives students whose abstracts have been accepted for presentation at a regional, national or international conference an opportunity to rehearse their presentation. Topics for presentation may deal with any aspect of China or the Chinese language; and can come from any discipline: humanities, social sciences, STEM, historical or modern, etc., etc. Also welcomed are presentations by graduate students who are completing their dissertation as well as those who wish to practice delivering a conference-style presentation.
 

Program

ICS Graduate Forum (2017): Language, Literature and Performance of the Han and Ethnic Minorities in China

Date:              Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Time:              4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location:       Hagerty Hall, Room 042 (1775 College Road)

4:00    Welcoming Remarks
Professor Mark Bender (Chair, Department of E. Asian Languages and Literatures)

4:15 - 4:55      Session 1.  Compliment Responses and Other Speech Acts
Chair:  Professor Mark Bender

  • Yawei Li.  Accept or Reject, Combination is the Best: A Study on Combination Strategies of Compliment Responses in Chinese
  • Qingyang Lin.  Factors in Classifying Utterances into Speech Act Types

5:00 - 5:45      Session 2. Topics in Corpus-Based Linguistics Research
Chair: Professor Zhiguo Xie

  • Junquan Pan.  Differences Between “V一下” and “V一陣” in Cantonese: A Preliminary Corpus-based Study   [20 min. + 5 min. Q&A]
  • Jingdi Shen.  A Study of Metaphorical Resultative Verb Compounds as Hyperbolic Expressions of Emotion in Mandarin Chinese

5:50 - 6:10      Pizza Break

6:15 - 6:55      Session 3.  A Suzhou-Based Journal and Hui Ethnic Minority Folk Tales
Chair: Professor Kirk Denton

  • Yichun Xu.  Follower or Trendsetter? Comical Journal: A Suzhou-Based Literary Journal
  • Mario De Grandis.  Female Body and Shapeshifters: A Close Reading of Xihaigu’s Folk-Tales from Central China

7:00 - 7:40      Session 4.  Tujia Folk Performances and –Le in the Changsha Dialect
Chair: Professor Marjorie Chan

  • Hui Yao.  The Promotion, Reinvention and Relocation of Tujia Weeding Gong and Drum
  • Sha Huan.  How Dialects Distinguish the Two Roles of -Le in Standard Chinese: A Case Study of Changsha Dialect

7:45 - 7:50      Closing Remarks
Professor Marjorie Chan (Director, Institute for Chinese Studies)
 

Free and open to the public.


Co-sponsors:
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL)
Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literatures (GREALL)
Graduate Association of Chinese Linguistics (GACL)

This event is made possible in part by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center.