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Past conference notes and presentations

Do you want to review what you learned at the previous conferenes? Click here to view the presentation arachives.

 


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The JLD Times

Latest Issue – Summer / Fall ‘17

 

JLD Times

The revived JLD Times is the biannual newsletter of the Japanese Language Division. The JLD Times Blog remains active; however, the JLD Times Newsletter will focus on excellent content from the blog and some never-before-seen content. Our aim is for this publication to serve as a useful source of information and interaction for our diverse and far-flung membership. We will publish:

· division news and updates

· conference summaries

· industry-related articles

· book and tool reviews

· letters to the editor

· member interviews and profiles


We welcome your unsolicited and well-considered content for publication and look forward to your comments and advice at jldblogspot@gmail.com.

 

 

Each issue is available as a PDF you can download and read anywhere. Find past issues up to 2006 below.

 

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The division's original quarterly newsletter, the JLD Times, was printed between 1999 and 2006. Thanks to all the past officers who patiently took the time to put the JLD Times together. Thank you to everyone on the JLD Editorial Committee who made the blog possible – Hiroki Fukuyama, Gregor

Hartmann, Courtney MacNab, Rika Mitrik, Richard Mott, Connie Prener, Carl Sullivan, and Tracy Miller.

 

Archives

2006: Summer

2005: Winter | Summer | Fall | Winter

2004: Fall | Summer | Spring | Winter

2003: Spring | Summer | Fall

2002: Winter | Fall | Summer | Spring

2001: Fall | Summer | Spring | Winter

2000: Fall | Summer | Spring | Winter

1999: Fall | Summer | Winter