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BATJ Conference
Registrations for the 21st BATJ Annual Conference - Normal Rate -

Online Registration has now closed.

If you have any enquiries, please contactYuka Oeda at <chair @ batj.org.uk>.


2 days
31 August -
1 September 2018

2 days
31 August -
1 September 2018
Day 1
31 August 2018
Day 1
31 August 2018
Day 2
1 September 2018
incl.Reception+ Lunch on 1st Sept incl.Reception,Dinner & Lunch on 1st Sept incl. Reception incl. Reception &Dinner incl.Lunch
BATJ Member
Student Normal 75 109 35 69 45
Non-Student Normal 85 119 45 79 55
Non BATJ Member
Student Normal 105 139 50 84 60

Non-student Normal

115 149 60 94 70
  • Paypal administration fee is included.
  • Early Bird Rates apply for registration by Tuesday 31st July 2018 and then the normal rates apply untilWednesday 15thAugust 2018. Thereafter please contactYuka Oeda at <chair @ batj.org.uk>.
  • Conference fees for BATJ members can be applied for by anyone who has paid 2017-18 annual membership fee by the time of registration. For information on annual membership, please see membership.
  • The conference dinner (3 courses for 34) on Fri 31st August is optional. Vegetarian option is available. If you have any dietary requirements, enquiries toYuka Oedaat <chair @ batj.org.uk>.
  • The deadline for online registration, cancellation, booking alternation is Wednesday 15th August. After this date, no refund is possible.
  • Accommodation is not included in the fee. Please see the Accommodation page.
The 21st BATJ Annual Conference
Date: Friday 31st August and Saturday 1st September
Day 1 12:00-19:00 (registration starts from 11:00)
Day 2 9:30-17:15
Venue: Priory Road Complex,University of Bristol
Keynote Speaker:

Professor Isao Iori (Hitotsubashi University)
"How should grammar be written for production? : A case study of passive, causative and (in)transitive"
<abstract & biography>

Invited Speaker:

Dr IanFoster (University of Bristol)
Disruptive at the time, prompting false starts and creating anxieties the role of technology in language learning
<abstract & biography>

General enquiries:

Ms Yuka Oeda <chair @ batj.org.uk>

- Online Registration
- Provisional Programme
- Accommodation
- University of Bristol: Maps and travel information

Provisional Programme for the 21st BATJ Conference

<Provisional Programme>PDF

Day 1

Friday 31 August @ Priory Road Complex, University of Bristol

Time Venue


Opening Ceremony
12:20-13:50 Lecture Theatre

Keynote Speech
Professor Isao Iori (Hitotsubashi University, Japan) <abstract>
'How should grammar be written for production? : A case study of passive, causative and (in)transitive'

Tea Break
14:20-14:50 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 1 - Practical report
Martin Ward, Kazuki Morimoto and Mika Takewa (University of Leeds)<abstract>
'A Practical Example of a Japanese Translation Module for Undergraduate Students at a British University
-Characteristics and challenges-'

14:55-15:25 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 2 - Practical report
Jonathan Bunt (The University of Manchester) <abstract>
'Developing Translation Skills through E-portfolios
A Journey through Real Fiction on Hankyu-densha'

15:35-16:05 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 3 - Research
Nobumi Nakai (Meikai University) and Chiga Hayashi (Josai International University) <abstract>
'On Sassi as Linguistic Knowledge for Learners of Japanese:Pragmatic processes involved in looking after guests'

16:10-16:40 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 4 - Research
Masakazu Kudara (Cardiff University) <abstract>
'Sense of plausibility revisited
Japanese language education and its implication for teacher education'


BATJ Forum 'Facilitating Autonomous Learning - Focusing on Learners' Portfolios'
Akihiko Shimizu (University of Edinburgh)
Miwako Kashiwagi (University of London, SOAS)
Kaori Kashiwagi (University of Oxford)
Junko Kasai (King's College, London)
Jonathan Bunt (The University of Manchester)

18:00-19:00 Foyer Wine Reception
19:30- Goldney Hall Dinner (Optional)

Day 2

Saturday 1 September

Accommodation for the 21st Conference

Accommodation: please arrange your own accommodation.

Goldney Hall

Goldney Hall is now fully booked. Thank you for your booking.

Discounted prices for delegates:

64per night for single occupancy <without breakfast>

Only a limited number of rooms are available, please book early to avoid disappointment.
- 15 minute walk to the conference venue
- there are bars and cafes nearby

Other accommodation

Hotel Guide 2018

Budget Accommodation in Bristol

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