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Prof Ted Goosen on CBC: translating Murakami from Japanese 2017-06-06 | CBC Photo

CBC interviews Prof Goosen on the subtle art of translating Japanese author Murakami

  CBC Radio's Tom Powers interviewed professor Ted Goosen, a professor in Humanities, who has helped translate several of the Japanese works of Haruki Murakami, one of the world's best-known writers, including his recently published story collection, Men Without Women.  In Japan, Murakami fans line up at bookstores when his novels are released. One million copies of his novel 1Q84 […]

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Andrea Davis to be honoured with teaching award at Spring Convocation

  Four exceptional faculty members will be presented with teaching awards during York University’s Spring Convocation ceremonies. The recipients have demonstrated exceptional and innovative teaching methods will be honoured with the annual President’s University-Wide Teaching Awards. Award recipients were selected by the Senate Committee on Awards for their significant contribution to enhancing the quality of learning […]

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Disguise up de English Language: Louise Bennett's Anansi Poetics - Student Reflection and Event Gallery

Student Article: Annual Michael Baptista Lecture explores the enduring legacy of Jamaica's 'Miss Lou' “Unifying,” was the word Dr. Carolyn Cooper, the keynote speaker at the annual Michael Baptista Lecture, used to express the spirit of the Honourable Louise Bennett-Coverly on Thursday, November 3, 2016, as she addressed the large and diverse audience of students, […]