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LINGUIST List 21.122

Sat Jan 09 2010

Calls: General Ling, Ling & Literature, Philosophy of Lang/Serbia

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        1.    Dusan Stamenkovic, Language, Literature, Change

Message 1: Language, Literature, Change
Date: 06-Jan-2010
From: Dusan Stamenkovic <dstamenkovicfilfak.ni.ac.rs>
Subject: Language, Literature, Change
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Full Title: Language, Literature, Change
Short Title: LLCh2010

Date: 23-Apr-2010 - 24-Apr-2010
Location: Nis, Serbia
Contact Person: Dusan Stamenkovic
Meeting Email: jkpr2010gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.filfak.ni.ac.rs

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Philosophy of Language

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Language, Literature, Change is a multidisciplinary conference organized by the
English Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, Serbia, which will be
held on April 23rd and 24th, 2010. Change - the central topic of the conference,
which allows different approaches by means of various disciplines in the domain
of philology, philosophy and arts. Conference languages are English and Serbian.

2nd Call for Papers

University of Niš
Faculty of Philosophy
English Department

Language, Literature, Change Conference

23-24 April, 2010, Faculty of Philosophy, Niš

On behalf of the LLCh2010 Organising Committee, it is our pleasure to send you
the second Call for Papers with a detailed set of information concerning the
forthcoming multidisciplinary Language, Literature, Change conference, organized
by the English Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš, which will be
held on 23-24 April, 2010. Change, the central topic of our conference, allows
different approaches and is open to various disciplines in the domain of
philology, philosophy and arts.

Conference languages include English and Serbian.

The Organising Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone
who has already applied for the LLCh2010 Conference and to invite new
participants to do so. All you have to do in order to apply or to confirm your
application is to fill in the form we have provided (which should include a 200-
word abstract of the paper you are going to present at the conference) by 15
February 2010 and send it to the following e-mail address- jkpr2010gmail.com .
Notification of acceptance decisions will be communicated by 1 March 2010.

We would like to ask you to list all the technical equipment you will be needing
for your presentation in the table provided in the form (PC, Projector, OHP,
Audio devices, etc.). Due to the large number of expected participants, the
conference will have multiple parallel sessions, all of which will have a number
of panels. Presentation time is 15 minutes, with the additional time for any
questions that might follow your presentation. The conference proceedings
publication is planned for late 2010 and it will be sent out to all the
participants once it is available.

Participants will also receive a copy of the last year's conference proceedings.

With regards,

LLCh2010 Organising Committee

application Form
Name:
Surname:
e-mail address:
Institution/University:
Link with the Institution:
(e.g. employed, graduate student, undergraduate student)
Place/Country:
Title:
(e.g. PhD, MA, BA)
Occupation:
(e.g. Full professor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Teaching
Assistant)
Paper Title:
Abstract:
(up to 200 words)

Required equipment:
Planned date/time of arrival:
Planned date/time of departure:
Staying for dinner (please underline)
(April 23rd) Yes No
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