[Blueboard] Kritika Kultura Launches New Website
Department of English
doe at admu.edu.ph
Mon Aug 17 09:20:29 PHT 2009
Kritika Kultura (KK) is presently known as an open-access
international online journal of language and literary/cultural
studies, and as a lecture series that brings in distinguished scholars
from its international network to the Ateneo to present their latest
research. Now, KK is also a multimedia website that goes beyond
archiving the journals: the new KK website will make widely available
videos of The Kritika Kultura Lecture Series.
Softly launched on July 19 at the Department of English, Ateneo de
Manila University, where KK is based, the new KK website sheds
previous static content for dynamic content like news, features, and
its download library of KK journals and KK Lecture Series abstracts,
lecture notes, videos, audio recordings, and photos. The staff is
currently building the download library, which should contain all KK
lectures since 2002 when KK was founded.
When fully operational, the new KK website will expand and
internationalize the audience of the KK Lecture Series, presently
confined to live attendance in venues at the Ateneo. Like the journal,
access to the website and its content is free. The lecture videos may
also be viewed in YouTube Edu where universities around the world also
upload their best lecture videos.
The KK website project is in line with the Department of English?s
efforts in celebrating the Ateneo Sesquicentennial and making the
Ateneo more visible in the international academic community.
Now in the website is the newly-released KK13, the August 2009 issue,
which includes articles on Jose Garcia Villa (by E. San Juan, Jr.),
Salvador P. Lopez (by Rafael A. Acuna), Transnational Postmetaphysics
(by Leela Gandhi), Indonesian nationalist writer Pramoedya Ananta Toer
(by Yohanes Hartadi), Translation in Contemporary Filipino History (by
Portia Reyes and Ramon Guillermo), and "Pantayong Pananaw" (by Ramon
Guillermo, Mayfel Joseph Paluga, Aaron Rom Moralina, Jose Rhommel
Hernandez). It closes with poems by award-winning poet Paolo Manalo.
Visit the website: http://150.ateneo.edu/kritikakultura.
Department of English
School of Humanities
Ateneo de Manila University
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Quezon City 1108
Tel. no.: 426-6001 local 5310/5311
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