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LINGUIST List 20.2452

Thu Jul 09 2009

Calls: Portuguese, Lexicography, Translation/Portugal

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        1.    Chrys Chrystello, 8 Coloquio Anual da Lusfonia

Message 1: 8 Coloquio Anual da Lusfonia
Date: 08-Jul-2009
From: Chrys Chrystello <coloquiolusofoniagmail.com>
Subject: 8 Coloquio Anual da Lusfonia
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Full Title: 8 Coloquio Anual da Lusfonia
Short Title: CAL

Date: 30-Sep-2009 - 03-Oct-2009
Location: Bragança, Portugal
Contact Person: Chrys Chrystello
Meeting Email: coloquioslusofoniagmail.com
Web Site: http://www.lusofonias.net/lusofonia%202009/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography; Translation

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)

Call Deadline: 15-Jul-2009

Meeting Description:

8 Coloquio Anual da Lusfonia

30 September 2009 - 3 October 2009

Please see http://www.lusofonias.net/lusofonia%202009/index.htm for more

Call for Papers:

Themes to be debated:

1. Homage Against Forgetfulness

Six suggested author to be remembered (amongst others)

1.1. Carolina Micha?llis
1.2. Leite de Vasconcellos,
1.3. Euclides da Cunha ,
1.4. Agostinho da Silva,
1.5. Rosalía de Castro,
1.6. Gulamo Khan (Mozambique 1952-1986)

2. Lusofonias/Lusophone Matters

2.1. Debate on roots and matters of Lusophonia
2.2. The introduction and application of the Orthographic Agreement of 1990
2.3. Promoting the Portuguese Language as L2 or Foreign Language (appeal to
philologists from Brazil, Portugal, Galiza, etc.)
2.4. The Portuguese Language in the world and its current status.
2.5. Lusophone Lexicology.
2.6. Lusophone matters and insularities (isolation of islands)
2.7. Creation of a Creole database (creoles of Portuguese descent)

3. Translation:

3.1. Translating Portuguese authors
3.2. Translating into and from Portuguese
3.3 Translation and new Technologies

4. Proposals to dynamize our projects (Colóquios da Lusofonia)

4.1. Diciopedia and Azorean Terminology Dictionary
4.2. Portuguese-Based Creoles, Creating Databases
4.3. Language Museum and Lusophone Museum, Status of Current Proposals
4.4. Azorean Studies at University Unisul (Universidade do sul de Santa
Catarina, Brazil)
4.5 Transmontane Studies
4.6 Other Projects

Submissions are due by 15 July 2009.
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