Convidamos todos a participarem do Open Seminar que será apresentado pelo aluno Celso José de Lima Junior intitulado “More than words: Writing in the context of Higher Education”.
O Programa de Pós-Graduação em Inglês (PPGI) e o Núcleo de Estudos em Leitura (NEL) anunciam a oitava palestra do Ciclo de Palestras “Leitura e(m) Interfaces: Teorias, Métodos e Aplicações”, evento que celebra os 50 anos do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Inglês: Estudos Linguísticos e Literários da UFSC com palestras mensais de temas relacionados à leitura. Participe!
O mestrando Bruno Mello Ferreira, defendará sua dissertação intitulada “Phonological Awareness and L2 vocabulary: An Analysis of Assessment Tests”, no dia 30 de setembro de 2021 às 09h30 horas.
A mestranda Luana Helena Uessler, defendará sua dissertação intitulada “DEUS POR QUE EU SOU ASSIM? POR QUE MEU CABELO É ASSIM?: A transitivity and appraisal analysis of Black Brazilian and African American women’s narratives in blogs regarding hair”, no dia 29 de setembro de 2021 às 14 horas.
O Núcleo de Estudos de Gênero Através da Linguagem (NuGaL) e o Programa de Pós-Graduação em Inglês (PPGI/UFSC) gostariam de convidá-los para o I Colóquio sobre Metodologias em Análise Crítica do Discurso.
A primeira palestra será ministrada pelo professor Dr. Ariel Novodvorski (UFU) no dia 06 de outubro, às 18h30. O evento acontecerá através da plataforma Zoom com direito a certificado de participação como ouvinte.
Contamos com a participação de todos vocês!
Ferramentas computacionais para a análise linguística
Prof. Dr. Ariel Novodvorski (Universidade Federal de Uberlândia)
06 de outubro – 18h30 (Horário de Brasília)
ID da reunião: 897 0792 4239
Senha de acesso: 544115
O Programa de Pós-Graduação em Inglês (PPGI) e o Núcleo de Estudos em Leitura (NEL) anunciam a sétima palestra do Ciclo de Palestras “Leitura e(m) Interfaces: Teorias, Métodos e Aplicações”, evento que celebra os 50 anos do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Inglês: Estudos Linguísticos e Literários da UFSC com palestras mensais de temas relacionados à leitura.
Antenatal and perinatal risk factors for receptive language and executive control in preschool children.
Denise Neumann (The University of Auckland – NZ)
🕤 15/09/2021 – 18h00 (Horário de Brasília)
Ao vivo no canal do YouTube do PPGI UFSC e Plataforma Zoom.
(Senha de acesso: 232108)
Abstract: Poor maternal mental and physical health and disadvantageous exposures during pregnancy as well as unfavourable perinatal events are associated with adverse trajectories in offspring cognitive functioning. We examined the longitudinal associations between antenatal maternal, perinatal and maternal health characteristics and preschool children’s receptive language and executive control ability. Analyses comprised interview and observational data from 4587 children and their mothers enrolled in the longitudinal Growing Up in New Zealand birth cohort study. At age 4.5 years, children’s receptive language was observed using the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and executive control was assessed with the Luria hand clap task. Multivariate logistic regression analyses were conducted, controlling for a range of sociodemographic confounders. Results demonstrate that smoking pre-pregnancy, antenatal anxiety and no folate intake during first trimester of pregnancy increased the likelihood of poorer receptive language ability in preschool children. Smoking pre- and during pregnancy, no folate intake during first trimester and low birth weight were associated with poorer executive control. Improving maternal support and education during pregnancy may reduce the potential deleterious impact of adverse antenatal and perinatal conditions on children’s early cognitive development.
Bio: Denise Neumann is working as a Research Fellow in the Growing Up in New Zealand study at the School of Population Health, Waipapa Taumata Rau – The University of Auckland, supporting the Psychosocial & Cognitive Development Domain as well as the Māori Theme of the study. She has previously done her PhD in Psychology using the Growing Up in New Zealand data, focusing on cognitive functioning in early and middle childhood. Before she came to Aotearoa New Zealand, she was working as a Research Fellow at the Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in Germany, concentrating on neurocognition and psychosocial wellbeing in chronic kidney disease patients. Her current research interests include Neurocognition in children who have experienced prenatal alcohol exposure, Self-control development in early and middle childhood, Associations between bilingualism, dyslexia and cognition, Bilingualism and multilingualism in children growing up in Aotearoa New Zealand.
“Contemporary Beckett” explores aspects of research on the work of Samuel Beckett, such as, for example: the festivalisation of his work; the impact of the directorial changes that he made to his playtexts for contemporary stage interpretations of his plays; and the translation of his stage and radio plays in contemporary Brazil.
📅 September 16th
🕤 14:00-15:00 Brazil/18:00-19:00 Ireland
💻 Live on PPGI UFSC YouTube Channel
*This event offers a certificate of attendance. Information about certificates will be given during the talk.
NEI Digital Round Tables aim to discuss aspects of research conducted by members of NEI (Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses of UFSC), in the field of Irish Studies, at undergraduate, MA, PhD and postdoctoral level, with scholars and artists from Ireland, and from the Irish Studies global community.
Trish McTighe is Lecturer in Drama at Queen’s University Belfast. Previously, she lectured at the University of Birmingham and was an AHRC postdoctoral researcher on the Staging Beckett Project at the University of Reading (2012-2015). Her book, The Haptic Aesthetic in Samuel Beckett’s Drama, was published with Palgrave in 2013, and she co-edited (with David Tucker) the double volume Staging Beckett in Ireland and Northern Ireland and Staging Beckett in Great Britain (Bloomsbury-Methuen, 2016). She has published in the journals Modern Drama, Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui, and Irish University Review. She is theatre reviews editor for the Journal of Beckett Studies.
James Little is a postdoctoral researcher at Charles University, Prague, and Masaryk University, Brno. Author of Samuel Beckett in Confinement: The Politics of Closed Space (Bloomsbury, 2020), his recent work can be found in Text and Performance Quarterly, the Irish University Review and the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. His monograph The Making of Samuel Beckett’s Not I / Pas moi, That Time / Cette fois and Footfalls / Pas is forthcoming with Bloomsbury and University Press Antwerp (2021).
Larissa Ceres Lagos is Lecturer in English and Literatures in English at the Languages Department at the Federal University of Ouro Preto. Her doctoral dissertation presents and discusses the translation and analysis of three radio plays written by Samuel Beckett (Embers, Words and Music, and Cascando). The dissertation also discusses the impact of radio and music/sounds in Beckett’s artistic project, and explores the influence of James Joyce in the life and aesthetic work of Samuel Beckett.
Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos is a member of the Postgraduate Programme in English at UFSC; a founding member of NEI – the Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses of UFSC; and an executive member of IASIL – The International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures. Currently, she is also a Visiting Fellow at the Humanities Institute at University College Dublin, with the project “Physical Disability in Irish Theatre”. She supervises research projects at MA and PhD level in Irish Studies at PPGI/UFSC.
Alinne Fernandes is Vice-Coordinator of the Postgraduate Programme in English at UFSC; a member of the Post-graduate Programme in Translation Studies; Vice-coordinator of NEI; and the Coordinator of the Group of Research in Irish Studies at CNPq. She supervises research at MA and PhD level in the fields of Irish Studies, Women’s Writings and Translation Studies at PPGI and PGET/UFSC.
Organizers: Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos, Alinne Fernandes and Maria Rita Viana.
Na sexta-feira, dia 27 de agosto de 2021, às 16h30, o doutorando Vitor Henrique de Souza apresentará seu Open Seminar intitulado “I Don’t Know What You Are”: Images of Violence in Contemporary Queer Cinema.
Na quinta-feira, dia 26 de agosto de 2021, às 10h, o doutorando Renato Muchiuti Aranha apresentará seu Open Seminar intitulado “Political Authoritarianism and Football: A Comparative Analysis of Hillsborough: Searching for the Truth (2012), La Noche de 12 Años (2018), and Pra Frente Brasil (1982).
PPGI anuncia defesa de mestrado para o mês de agosto
A mestranda Caroline Almeida Santos defenderá sua dissertação intitulada “A multimodal analysis of representations of masculinity in Castlevania and Metal Gear Solid” no dia 24 de agosto de 2021 às 16 horas.
Lembrando que conforme PORTARIA NORMATIVA Nº 2/2020/PROPG, DE 25 DE MARÇO DE 2020, que trata do isolamento social para evitar a disseminação do COVID-19, a defesa será realizada, excepcionalmente, com todos os participantes, aluno e membros, por meio de sistema de áudio e vídeo em tempo real através do link aqui.
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