Poetics, performance, and plurimodality: From Asia-Pacific perspectives

Abstract - English

What we call “poetics” here is most relevant, but not exclusively restricted, to linguistic poetics articulated by Roman Jakobson (1960), and a subsequent discipline developed under the rubric of “ethnopoetics” (Hymes,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Kuniyoshi Kataoka (Aichi University)
  2. Takeshi Enomoto (Osaka University)
  3. Makiko Takekuro (Waseda University)
  4. Gaku Kajimaru (Kyoto University)
  5. Yuichi Asai (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
  6. Masataka Yamaguchi (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)

Topic Area

Ethnography of communication


T330CR1/L » Long Colloquium (15:30 - Thursday, 28th June, Case Room 1)

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