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    时间:2021-01-09 14:03:33 来源:管理员


    图书2.0

    Book 2.0


    Book 2.0 is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles and reviews about historical, modern and contemporary book creation, design, illustration and production by leading practitioners, scholars and theorists. Since its founding in 2010, Book 2.0 has explored topics that have included childrens literature and culture, traditional and modern storytelling, oral literature, poetry publishing and the enormous efforts being made by Indigenous speakers and their supporters to secure and sustain endangered languages. Future plans include issues that will review contemporary digital publishing and examine the influence of ecocriticism at a time of unprecedented climate change.


    《Book 2.0》是一个跨学科的同行评议期刊,发表关于历史、现代和当代书籍创作、设计、插图和生产的文章和评论。作者全部为领先的实践者、学者和理论家,该刊自2010年成立以来,Book 2.0探索的主题包括儿童文学与文化、传统与现代讲故事、口头文学、诗歌出版,以及土著居民及其支持者为保护和维持濒危语言所做的巨大努力。未来的计划包括当代数字内容出版,以及在前所未有的气候变化时期批判性的探讨生态的影响。


    Book 2.0 also looks forward to providing a forum for promoting and sharing the most innovative and imaginative practices in the teaching of writing, illustration, book design and production.


    《Book 2.0》也期待着提供一个论坛,以促进和分享最具创新性和想象力的做法,在写作教学,插图,书籍设计和生产。


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    Editorial


    Opportunities and challenges in preserving and revitalizing the Tibetan oral literature Shépa in Chone


    Sustaining Sherpa language and culture in New York


    Ni kaakiihtwaamaan itootamihk waapamishoon aan mii wiichaytoowuk: I am practice reflected in relationships


    Stories with deep roots: Cultivating community–university relationships to facilitate the creation of Gwa,sala-,Nakwaxda,xw childrens stories


    Aliwas Goes Berry-Picking


    Linguistically and culturally relevant education on the roof of the world: The collaborative creation of a Ladakhi storybook


    The changing landscape of publishing in Nepal: Interview with Bidur Dangol


    The role of libraries in Indigenous language revitalization: A te reo Māori perspective


    Clearing space: Language reclamation, decolonization and the Internet


    A succession of dialogues: François-Marie Luzel and his contribution to the Breton folk tale


    Jannic aux deux sous: Tuppenny Jack


    Letters for mother


    Writing the self, decolonization and gaining through translation


    Cree language use in contemporary childrens literature