Trinity Term 2007
Tutorial and Other arrangements for Chinese
Revision classes Students should contact the relevant teachers to arrange revision sessions.
Option texts contact the relevant tutor.
Zhuangzi discussion classes will be on Wednesdays at 11 in Room 206, immediately following Dr Newby's class.
The remaining session left over from last term will take place on Tuesday (1 May) at 11 in Room 205
Language Classes please see "CTCFL.ox.ac.uk" 'Student Diary'.
John McMillan, William Minter, Billy Prior, Isobel Rawlings, Leah Russell and Rafal Stepien should meet with Dr Askew on Tuesday of 1st week (April 24th) at 9.30am in the common room.
Katy Holiday, Kirsten Hunter, Andrew Iliffe, Ramsey Jourdan, Adam Kelly and Olly Lough should see Dr Newby at the same time in her room.
There will be meetings for all students to give a brief presentation on the topic of their dissertation on Friday of 7th week (8th June) at 2.15 pm. All students must attend both sessions. A schedule of presentations will be posted later in the term.
Modern literature special texts will be the Hongloumeng, ch. 69 '弄小巧用借剑杀人...' . Two texts to be collected from Office; one abbreviated of the 120 juan version and one in full forms of the 80 juan version. Start preparing for first week class on Tuesday at 11 with Dr Starr in Room 206.
Class with Dr Liu at Thursdays at 12 in room 205 will be on Chinese first and second generation films. No texts required.
Language tutorials: please see "CTCFL.ox.ac.uk" 'Student Diary'.
Mods Topics. Please sign up on the accompanying list by Monday of 1st Week (23 April).
Elementary classes will take place as usual on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 weeks 1-3. Dr Bilyanna Scott will give four lectures on Linguistics on Thursday of 1st week, on Tuesday and Thursday of 2nd week, and Tuesday of 3rd week. Dr Liu will teach the other hours.
Language Tutorials: Please see "CTCFL.ox.ac.uk" 'Student Diary'. The language tutorials with Ms Hu on Wednesday Week 1 will take place on Friday
End-of-First-Year Collection will be held in the Institute for Chinese Studies in 8th Week:
Oral Thursday 14 June p.m.:
Classical Chinese Friday 15 June 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Modern Chinese Friday 15 June 2.30 to 5 p.m.