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Wed Dec 12 2007

Calls: Translation/Lang Acquisition/Crisolenguas (Jrnl)

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        1.    Francoise Ghillebaert, Crisolenguas


Message 1: Crisolenguas
Date: 10-Dec-2007
From: Francoise Ghillebaert <ghillebaertyahoo.com>
Subject: Crisolenguas
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Full Title: Crisolenguas


Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): French; Greek, Ancient; Italian; Latin; Plautdietsch; Portuguese

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2008

Crisolenguas
Multilingual Electronic Journal
Department of Foreign Languages in the Humanities
University of Puerto Rico, in Río Piedras

Call for Papers: Invitation to submit previously unpublished manuscripts on
any topic related to foreign languages (French, German, Italian,
Portuguese) and classical languages (Latin and Greek) for vol.1:2 of
Crisolenguas, the new multilingual electronic journal of the Department of
Foreign Languages in the Humanities at the University of Puerto Rico,
Recinto Río Piedras. All submissions are peer reviewed by outside readers.

Deadline for Submissions: March 31, 2008

Fields of interest: Literature, comparative literature, culture,
linguistics, films, translation, teaching of foreign and classical
languages, second language acquisition.

Publication philosophy
Crisolenguas provides a forum for scholars who work on literature, culture,
language, linguistics, translation, and film topics in French, German,
Italian, and Portuguese, including topics in Classical Languages Latin and
Greek. Crisolenguas is designed to disseminate and share the research of
scholars with other scholars in the Caribbean and beyond. Articles should
be written so that they are accessible to a broad audience of educators in
departments of foreign languages.
Crisolenguas accepts papers written in French, German, Italian, Portuguese,
Spanish, or English

Publication requirements:
Articles should be previously unpublished and no longer than 20 pages,
notes and bibliography included, double-spaced, Times New Roman, font 12,
MLA style. Submit three paper copies of your manuscript with your name,
affiliation, and title of manuscript on a separate page. Include a SASE for
return of manuscripts, should that be necessary. Or, send an electronic
copy of your manuscript in Word. Please address all inquiries and send all
submissions to Françoise Ghillebaert, general editor, Crisolenguas,
Departamento de Lenguas Extranjeras, Apartado 23309, San Juan, Puerto Rico
00931-3309. E-mail: ghillebaertyahoo.com.
Tel: (787) 764-0000 ext. 1-2533
Website:
http://humanidades.uprrp.edu/lenguas/crisolenguas/crisolenguasespagnol.html

General Editor of the multilingual electronic journal Crisolenguas, UPR
(Río Piedras):
Dr. Françoise Ghillebaert, Ph.D, UT Austin, ghillebaertyahoo.com

Editorial board:
Dr. Víctor R. Castro Gómez, Dr. Phil Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg
Dr. Giovanni D'Agostino, PhD, University of Toronto
Dra. Françoise Ghillebaert, PhD, UT Austin
Dr. Patrick-André Mather, PhD, University of Pittsburg, Chair of the
Linguistics Program, UPR (Río Piedras)
Dr. Adriano Moz (ex-officio), PhD, UNC, Chapel Hill, Department chair
Dra. Marilú Pérez, PhD, IU-Bloomington




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