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LINGUIST List 21.1130

Mon Mar 08 2010

Calls: Anthropological Ling, Applied Ling, Socioling/Cuba

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        1.    Ana Vivian Fernández, IV Conference of Studies in the Humanities 'Unity and Diversity: Language and Culture'

Message 1: IV Conference of Studies in the Humanities 'Unity and Diversity: Language and Culture'
Date: 05-Mar-2010
From: Ana Vivian Fernández <anavuclv.edu.cu>
Subject: IV Conference of Studies in the Humanities 'Unity and Diversity: Language and Culture'
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Full Title: IV Conference of Studies in the Humanities 'Unity and Diversity:
Language and Culture'

Date: 28-Jun-2010 - 01-Jul-2010
Location: Santa Clara, Villa Clara, Cuba
Contact Person: Anabel Fernández
Meeting Email: anabeluclv.edu.cu

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Language
Acquisition; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2010

Meeting Description:

This conference has an international and an interdisciplinary character. It
promotes the exchange of ideas and experiences among linguists, experts in
language teaching, literature and art, educators, communicators, journalists,
and researchers in the fields of culture, language and discourse.

Call for Papers

Topics:
- Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches in the Humanities
Discourses, ideology and cultural identity
Discoursal realizations of difference
Imaginaries and literature
Colonial and post-colonial studies in literature
Current trends in literary theory, cultural studies and sociocriticism
Globalization and the construction of national literatures in Ibero-America
- Applied Linguistics
Descriptive studies of contemporary Spanish, English and French
Linguistic, psychological and methodological issues of bilingual mediated
communication
- Didactics in the Humanities
Foreign and mother language teaching
The teaching of Literature
Humanistic education
Education as a transforming action in human development

Also, two workshops are being held:

VI International Workshop on Orality and Communication
- Cultural exchange and conflict. Policies and strategies for socio-cultural
development
- Intercultural communication

- Traditional popular culture and the challenges of modernity. Oral cultures,
identity and development in traditional communities
- The discourse of Latin American and Caribbean thinkers
- Discursive manifestations of difference
- The city and the environment as communicative beings
- Slavery, transculturation and socio-cultural and religious syncretism
- Ethnography and educational sociology
- Communicative processes in the study and promotion of community culture
- The psychology of communicative processes
- The role of communication and orality in the development of education,
science, culture, health and tourism
- Digital processing of voice

I Workshop on Culture, Media and Communication
- The professional practice of journalists and communicators in the
contemporaneous world
- Communication and new technologies
- Cultural practices and communication
- Power, communication and the media
- Curricular design and the training of journalists
- Field of study in communication: research approaches

Official Languages
Spanish, English and French

Submission of abstracts before March, 31st 2010
Communication of acceptance by the Organizing Committee until April, 28th 2010
Submission of papers before May, 28th 2010
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