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LINGUIST List 18.2795

Wed Sep 26 2007

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Italian Language/Malta

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        1.    Sandro Caruana, 8th Conf. Associazione Italiana Linguistica Applicata

Message 1: 8th Conf. Associazione Italiana Linguistica Applicata
Date: 25-Sep-2007
From: Sandro Caruana <sandro.caruanaum.edu.mt>
Subject: 8th Conf. Associazione Italiana Linguistica Applicata
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8th Conf. Associazione Italiana Linguistica Applicata
Short Title: AItLA

Date: 21-Feb-2008 - 22-Feb-2008
Location: Sliema, Malta
Contact: Sandro Caruana
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.educ.um.edu.mt/aitlamalta/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Italian

Meeting Description:

The title of the AItLA (Associazione italiana di Linguistica Applicata)
conference is: “Lingua, cultura e cittadinanza in contesti migratori.
Europa e area mediterranea” (Language, culture and citizenship in migratory
contexts. Europe and the Mediterranean area). Website:
The main areas of interest of the conference are: plurilingualism;
citizenship in European migratory contexts; intercultural communication

Malta has been selected as the venue of this conference because its
geographical position and its history are particularly pertinent to this
theme, which is perfectly in accordance with the concept behind the
European Year of Intercultural Dialogue (2008). In fact, issues discussed
during the conference regard specifically cultural and linguistic diversity
and the promotion of solidarity. Scholars, including academics and
post-graduate students, will be attending the conference. In all
participants will amount to circa 100 persons, mainly from Italy and from
Malta. However, other participants will also come from other European
countries: papers will be presented in English or Italian. Keynote speakers
will come from Italy, Holland, UK and Germany.

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