Su richiesta della prof.ssa Marnie Campagnaro, segnaliamo la Seconda Conferenza Internazionale “Fostering Dialogue. Teaching Children’s Literature at University”.
La Conferenza, organizzata dall’Università degli Studi di Padova, si terrà online dal 17.11.2022 al 19.11.2022.
This new edition of the Conference “Fostering Dialogue” reopens the international forum for perspectives on teaching children’s literature at universities, which was established at the 1st Fostering Dialogue conference, organized in 2020 by the University of Padova in collaboration with the University of Waikato and the University of Arizona.
The aim of the conference is to expand the conversation about teaching literary texts for young readers by inviting you to share approaches and practices aimed at teaching children’s culture. We suggest that children’s culture should be understood both as cultural materials created by adults for child audiences and as children’s (co-)creation and appropriation of cultural texts. It also includes diverse institutions regulating and facilitating cultural production. We think that such an inclusive focus reflects the intensifying interdisciplinarity of children’s literature scholarship we are witnessing nowadays. Speakers and participants will share key insights and issues about the way we teach children’s literature at universities.
Organization and scientific committee: Lead convenor: Nina Goga, Western Norway University of Applied Science Marnie Campagnaro, University of Padova Nicola Daly, University of Waikato Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak, University of Wrocław Elżbieta Jamróz-Stolarska, University of Wrocław Irena Barbara Kalla, University of Wrocław Mari Skjerdal Lysne, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences Britt Iren Nordeide, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences Kathy Short, University of Arizona
Per maggiori informazioni: https://www.hvl.no/en/research/conference/fostering-dialogue/
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