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Sat Jan 09 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, Discourse Analysis, Lang Acquisition/Montenegro

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        1.    Svetlana Kurtes, Second International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education

Message 1: Second International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education
Date: 06-Jan-2010
From: Svetlana Kurtes <s.kurtesgooglemail.com>
Subject: Second International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education
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Full Title: Second International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural
Education
Short Title: CLIE2

Date: 10-Jun-2010 - 12-Jun-2010
Location: Herceg Novi, Montenegro
Contact Person: CLIE2 Convenors
Meeting Email: nclie2gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.uab.ro/sesiuni_2010/CLIE_2010/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Language
Acquisition; Sociolinguistics; Translation

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2010

Meeting Description:

The European Network for Intercultural Education Activities (ENIEDA) in
cooperation with The Centre for Research and Innovation in Linguistic Education
(CIEL) of the University of Alba Iulia, Romania, and The Institute of Foreign
Languages (IFL) of the University of Montenegro are organising the Second
International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education (CLIE2)
entitled 'Linguistic and Cultural Diversity within European Learning
Communities: Cross-cultural and Trans-national Perspectives'. The special focus
theme proposed for the conference is universal vs. culture specific in the
discourse of academic and professional rhetoric. The conference is taking place
in Herceg Novi, Montenegro, from 10-12 June 2010.

Following the success of the 1st International Conference on Linguistic and
Intercultural Education (CLIE1), hosted by the University of Alba Iulia (27-29
November 2008), and the follow-up Exploratory Workshop (21-23 May 2009), which
saw the establishment of the European Network for Intercultural Education
Activities (ENIEDA), we are happy to announce that the CLIE2 conference intends
to capitalise on the achievements and the collaborative spirit created during
the two events and to explore further key questions on their agenda.

CLIE2, therefore, will remain open to linguistic and cross-cultural
education-related topics broadly defined, looking more closely into the current
dynamics in Europe between old and new trends, local and global tendencies,
progressive and conservative views, stabilisation and destabilisation patterns,
national and European identities. Even though our aim is to focus primarily on
European learning communities and their culture specific identities, we would
welcome participants representing other geographical and geo-political regions
and their contributions as well.

Call for Papers

It is expected that CLIE2 will attract a number of front-ranking academics,
professionals and policy makers working in the broad area of linguistic and
intercultural education in Europe (and beyond). Reaffirming the pledge expressed
in the ENIEDA mission statement, the main aim of the conference is to promote
the values of multilingualism and intercultural cooperation in a rapidly
changing and communication-driven society with cross-border and culture-
convergent encounters. Our task is to re-examine and re-define key questions on
our existing agenda, as well as to identify new collaborative and networking
opportunities, both of which will inform future directions of research and
development.

Within this general thematic schema, the following frameworks and approaches are
suggested:

(i) Theoretical/methodological frameworks
Discourse Analysis, Rhetoric and (Intercultural) Pragmatics
Second Language Acquisition
Semantics and Stylistics
Contrastive Linguistics
Foreign Language Teaching and Teacher Education
Sociolinguistics
Translating, Interpreting and Mediation
Communication Theory
Education: best practices and policies
E-education Platforms (and Language Learning)

(ii) Applied/empirical approaches
Multilingualism and plurilingualism in Europe (and beyond)
European learning communities and national/regional education policies
Multilingual and multicultural literacy as a learning outcome
Intercultural communication in academic and professional settings
Intercultural competence within national curricula and current EU legislation
Empowerment and discrimination through language
Exposing racism, xenophobia and intolerance
Developing European identity vs. preserving national/regional/local identities
Intercultural communication and multicultural identities

Languages of the conference are English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and
Russian.

We invite proposals for individual papers, panels/colloquia, workshops and
posters on the topics suggested, but not strictly limited to the list above.
They should be written in the language of the presentation and be up to 300
words long. Individual papers are allotted 30 minutes (including discussion
time), while panels/colloquia and workshops should last no longer than 90
minutes per session. Further guidelines and instructions are to be found at the
CLIE2 official website: http://www.uab.ro/sesiuni_2010/CLIE_2010/.

The conference is featuring the following keynote speakers:
Professor Cornelia Ilie, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmo University, Sweden
Professor Ljiljana Markovic, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Professor Jacques Moeschler, Department of Linguistics, University of Geneva,
Switzerland
Professor Itesh Sachdev, Department of Linguistics, SOAS, University of London, UK
Mr Vidosav Stevanovic, writer and free lance journalist, Serbia/France

The abstract submission deadline (including panel/colloquia and workshop
proposals) is 1st March 2010 and the notification of acceptance will be received
by 1st April 2010. The registration deadline for all conference participants is
30th April 2010.

The conference venue is the "Plaza" Hotel, Herceg Novi, Montenegro, and
additional information about travel arrangements, accommodation, registration
and other practical details have been posted on the conference website
(http://www.uab.ro/sesiuni_2010/CLIE_2010/). The conference fee is 60 euros and
it includes the conference pack, coffee break refreshments and the welcome
drinks reception.

Further details can be obtained from the CLIE2 convenors at: nclie2gmail.com.
To find out more about ENIEDA, its mission, goals and activities, please visit
the Network's official site at: http://www.uab.ro/enieda/.

We look forward to welcoming you in Montenegro!

On behalf of the Organising Committee,

CLIE2 Convenors:
Professor Cornelia Ilie (Malmo, Sweden)
Dr Svetlana Kurtes (Cambridge, UK)
Dr Igor Lakic (Podgorica, Montenegro)
Dr Teodora Popescu (Alba Iulia, Romania)

Organising Committee:
Professor Tijana Asic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Professor Cornelia Ilie (Malmo, Sweden)
Dr Natasa Kostic (Podgorica, Montenegro)
Dr Svetlana Kurtes (Cambridge, UK)
Dr Igor Lakic (Podgorica, Montenegro)
Dr Teodora Popescu (Alba Iulia, Romania)
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