Παρασκευή, 17 Ιανουαρίου 2014

ηλεκτρονική έκδοση Παιδο-Ματιές



Πρόκειται να προστεθεί στην εκδοτική προσπάθεια του περιοδικού "Εκ-Παιδεύω") ένα νέο, ηλεκτρονικής μορφής περιοδικό -2μηνης έκδοσης, με τον τίτλο "Παιδο-Ματιές". Το νέο περιοδικό θα αναρτηθεί σε ένα αξιόλογο ηλεκτρονικό περίπτερο που υπάρχει στο διαδίκτυο (www.readpoint.gr). Το κοινό που απευθύνεται είναι οι γονείς και οι δάσκαλοι (μικρών παιδιών - ηλικίας δημοτικού). Η νέα προσπάθεια ξεκινάει στο αμέσως επόμενο διάστημα. Τόσο οι "Παιδε-Ματιές", όσο και τα ήδη υπάρχοντα μέσα ("Εκ-Παιδεύω" -έντυπη έκδοση και το site www.paidevo.gr ) μπορούν να αξιοποιηθούν και από εσάς. Οι ενδιαφερόμενοι μπορούν να συντάξουν άρθρο (περίπου χίλιες λέξεις) που μπορεί να φιλοξενηθεί στη νέα έκδοση, είτε για την ενημέρωση των γονέων, είτε ένα επίκαιρο χρηστικό υλικό για τους δασκάλους. 

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Τετάρτη, 15 Ιανουαρίου 2014

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συνέδριο Αθήνα, 10-12/4/2014, The Child and the Book

http://www.primedu.uoa.gr/fileadmin/primedu.uoa.gr/uploads/Pdfs/Ekdiloseis/The_Child_And_The_Book_2014/CHILD_AND_THE_BOOK_CFP_gr.pdf 
HELLENIC REPUBLIC NATIONAL AND KAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS FACULTY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION THE CHILD AND THE BOOK 2014 (April, 10-12, 2014)
Call for Paper
We are delighted to announce that our home institution, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in Greece, will be hosting the annual The Child and the Book Conference in Athens, April, 10-12, 2014. The conference theme is “Time, Space and Memory in Literature for Children and Young Adults”. Proposals are invited on the overall theme and associated topics in the context of international literature for children, and also in relation to print and other media. We welcome analyses from different epistemological perspectives, as long as there is an explicit critical-literary dimension to the discussion. Possible themes may include but are not limited to: Definition of time, space and memory: theoretical problems, implications, consequences. Travels in Time and Space. Aspects of chronotope in literature and media for children and young adults. The articulation of time and space through narrative modes. The artistic expression of temporal and spatial relationships in literature and media for children and young adults. Utopias, Heterotopias, Dystopias. Marginal, Secluded, or Secret Spaces in Children’s and Young Adult literature. Textual Transformations in Children's Literature through time: Adaptations, Translations, Retellings, Metanarratives. Children’s books through time: the evolving nature of books for children, the commodification of traditional stories. Memory:  true or constructed in literature for children and young adults. Literature for Children and Young Adults and the Past: representations of history, Historical novels, historiographic metafictions. Genres of life-writing in Literature for Children and Young Adults: biography, autobiography, memoir.  
Language of the Conference: Englis
Abstract submission deadline: 5 February 2014 (proposals are now being accepted). Notification of acceptance: All abstracts will be peer-reviewed, and notification of acceptance will be sent before the end of February 2014. Please send abstracts of c. 300 words (for a twenty-minute paper) and a short biographical note (c. 100 words) as e-mail attachments (Word format please) to both convenors, Vicky Patsiou vpatsiou@primedu.uoa.gr and Tzina Kalogirou gkalog@primedu.uoa.gr 
The proceedings of the conference will be published in book form, in a prestigious international publication to be determined. Registration fees: Forty (40) Euros, payment on arrival (the registration fees include the conference’s file, coffee-breaks, buffet snacks, reception dinner,cultural activities,and the publication of all accepted papers). We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming many of you to Athens! (On behalf of the entire conference planning committee): Dr. Vicky Patsiou, Professor of Modern Greek Literature (19th-20th
centuries) and Children’s Literature,  Dr. Tzina Kalogirou, Professor of Modern Greek Literature and Literature Teaching