Debriefing session for the lecturers of the Bachelor of English program for the upcoming three-month research training at the University of Uppsala, Sweden

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Dr. Phillip Endicott (University of Uppsala, Sweden & University of Tartu, Estonia) visited the Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University (18 April 2022) to give a debriefing session for participants of the upcoming three-month research training in linguistics at the University of Uppsala, Sweden (from June until September 2022). This capacity-building activity is part of the project under the OCSEAN consortium, involving collaboration with 26 institutions across the world, including Udayana University.


Present in the information session day were the Head of the Linguistics Doctoral program, Prof. Dr. Ketut Artawa, the Head of the Bachelor of English (BoE) program, Dr. I Wayan Mulyawan, and the lecturers from the BoE who also teach at the Master’s and Doctoral programs in Linguistics. Before the debriefing, Dr. Endicott was welcomed by the Dean, Dr. Made Sri Satyawati.


Dr. Phillip Endicott (second from the left) pictured with the Head of the Linguistics Doctoral program, Prof. Artawa (leftmost), the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Dr. Sri Satyawati (second from the right), and the Head of the Bachelor of English (BoE) program, Dr. Mulyawan (rightmost).


The participants involved in the collaboration and the training are lecturers and researchers from the BoE program, namely Prof. Drs. Ketut Artawa, M. A., Ph. D., Prof. Dr. Dra. I Gusti Ayu Gde Sosiowati, M.A., Dr. I Made Netra, S.S., M. Hum., I Gusti Ngurah Parthama, S.S., M. Hum., I Komang Sumaryana Putra, S. S., M. Hum., Dr. Ni Luh Nyoman Seri Malini, S.S., M.Hum., and Dr. Ni Luh Ketut Mas Indrawati, Dip. TEFL. M.A., Dr. Ni Wayan Sukarini, M.Hum., and Drs. I Wayan Arka, M. Phil., Ph.D. 


Dr. Phillip Endicott in picture with the BoE lecturers who will take part in the training at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. 


Dr. Endicott provided a big picture of the activities and tasks these researchers will undertake while at Uppsala. During the three-month research training at Uppsala, participants will learn various state-of-the-art methods and techniques related to linguistic data collection in the field, including making documentary films as well as sound recording techniques in field research.