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2017 AATSEEL Conference: Schedule of Polish Events


This weekend in San Franciso the biggest Russian and Eastern Europe conference takes places! The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages (AATSEEL) conference begins this Thursday, February 2nd! Please see below the list of Polish and Poland related events that will take place at the AATSEEL conference.

For more information on the event, please visit: http://www.aatseel.org/program/

Polish or Poland related events at 2017 AATSEEL

Friday, Feb. 3rd, 10:30 - 12:15 pm

Session 2-2 : Teaching Less Commonly Taught Slavic and East European Languages (Part 1)

Location: Divisadero

Organizer: Susan Kresin, University of California - Los Angeles

Chair: Susan Kresin, University of California - Los Angeles

Panelist: Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch, University of California, Los Angeles

Title: Three different sources to advance learning in Polish Advanced Tutorials: Interviews, Newspaper articles, and Movies

Panelist: Isobel Palmer, U.C.Berkeley

Title: Mixing metaphors: literal and figurative motion in the teaching of Czech case and grammatical relations

Panelist: Christian Hilchey, University of Texas at Austin

Title: Presenting the Reality Czech curriculum - A complete course for beginners

Panelist: Bojan Belić, University of Washington

Title: What Are We Teaching When We’re Teaching? Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian in U.S. College Classrooms

Panelist: Christopher Caes, Columbia University

Title: Slavic Verbal Morphology in the Polish-Language Classroom

Panelist: Georgiana Galateanu, University of California, Los Angeles

Title: Types of minimal contexts for authentic language and culture in Elementary Romanian classes

Panelist: Anna Gąsienica-Byrcyn, Saint Xavier University

Title: Nature Wonders of Poland in the Language Classroom

Panelist: Inchon Kim, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Title: Teaching Czech Idioms to Korean Students

Panelist: Susan Kresin, University of California - Los Angeles

Title: Promoting Slavic and East European languages

Panelist: Alla Nedashkivska, University of Alberta

Title: Ukrainian for Professional Communication: Web based textbook

Friday, Feb. 3rd, 1:30 -- 3:30pm

Session 3-3: Teaching Less Commonly Taught Slavic and East European Languages

Location: Divisadero

Organizer: Susan Kresin, University of California - Los Angeles

Chair: Christian Hilchey, University of Texas at Austin

Panelist: Kinga Kosmala, University of Chicago

Title: Teaching Polish as a shared online course: Report from the field

Panelist: Ellen Langer, University of California

Title: Introducing the complexities of the Czech masculine animate plural: Delay is not your friend

Panelist: Viktorija Lejko-Lacan, University of California Los Angeles

Title: Incorporating Academic Language Skills in a First Year BCS Class

Panelist: Holly Raynard, University of Florida

Title: Strategies for the multi-level LCTL classroom

Panelist: Anna Szawara, University of Illinois at Chicago

Title: Don't Just Press Play! Adapting TV Series for Language Instruction: The do's, the don'ts and the how to's

Panelist: Karen von Kunes, Yale University

Title: Learning Czech Simple Way: Genre Pedagogy in View of Complex Morphology

Panelist: SUNBEE YU, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Title: Using Czech Songs to Teach Gellner's Poems

Panelist: Melinda Borbely, UCLA

Title: Incorporating Song into Hungarian Language Classes

Panelist: Katia McClain, Univ of California - Santa Barbara

Title: The challenges of integrating communicative and task based learning with available materials: An example from Bulgarian

Fri, Feb. 3rd, 1:30 – 3:30pm

Session 3-7: 20th-Century Polish Literature and Culture

Location: Stockton

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: Michal Pawel Markowski, University of Illinois at Chicago

Panelist: Andrzej Brylak, University of Illinois at Chicago

Title: The Question of "Being" in Leo Lipski's Prose

Panelist: Agnieszka Jezyk, University of Illinois at Chicago

Title: From Desiring to Being. Heterogeneous Subjectivities in Tytus Czyzewski’s Writing

Panelist: Anita Starosta, Pennsylvania State University

Title: Translation and Historical Difference—Or, Józef Tischner’s Contemporaneity

Fri, Feb. 3rd, 4:30 – 6:30pm

Session 4-9 Panel: "Convention and Revolution: How to Read Polish and Ukrainian Women’s Life Writing?"

Location: Mission III

Organizer: Monika Rudas-Grodzka, Institute for Literary Studies, Polish Academy of the Sciences

Chair: Susan McReynolds, Northwestern University

Panelist: Yuliya Ladygina, Sewanee: The University of the South

Title: “Ol’ha Kobylians’ka’s Literary Debut and Introduction to Feminism”

Panelist: Katarzyna Nadana-Sokołowska, Instytut Badań Literackich PAN and Justyna Beinek, Sewanee: The University of the South

Title: Conversations with Iconic Figures in 19th-century Women's Life Writing

Panelist: Monika Rudas-Grodzka, Institute for Literary Studies, Polish Academy of the Sciences

Title: “A Study of Madness: Letters from Prison by Bronisława Waligórska to Her Sister”

Panelist: Ewa Serafin-Prusator, Institute of Slavic Studies PAS

Title: Women's personal diaries in the Polish "Women's Archive" Database

Discussants: Justyna Beinek, Sewanee: The University of the South

Emily Schuckman-Matthews, San Diego State University

Fri, Feb. 3rd, 4:30 – 6:30pm

Session 4-11 Panel: Polish Heritage Speakers: Linguistic Profile, Pedagogical Challenges

Location: Powell II

Organizer: Izolda Wolski-Moskoff, Ohio State University

Chair: Anna Szawara, University of Illinois at Chicago

Panelist: Anna Gasienica-Byrcyn, Saint Xavier University

Title: Journal Entries in Polish Heritage Language Classes

Panelist: Izolda Wolski-Moskoff, Ohio State University

Title: Nominal Morphology in Polish Heritage Speakers

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