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LINGUIST List 21.1454

Thu Mar 25 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, General Ling, Ling & Literature, Socioling/Serbia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Tijana Asic, French Language and Literature

Message 1: French Language and Literature
Date: 23-Mar-2010
From: Tijana Asic <tijana.asicgmail.com>
Subject: French Language and Literature
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Full Title: French Language and Literature
Short Title: DEAF

Date: 22-Oct-2010 - 23-Oct-2010
Location: Kragujevac Serbia, Serbia
Contact Person: Tijana Asic
Meeting Email: deaffrkggmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Ling &
Literature; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2010

Meeting Description:

Republique Rancaise, Ambassade de France en Serbie
Confederation Suisse, Ambassade de Suisse en Serbie
Faculte de Philologie de Belgrade
Faculte des Lettres de Novi Sad
Chaire de Français Filum Kragujevac

Presentation du Colloque:

Ce troisième colloque des études françaises en Serbie a pour but de réunir les
chercheurs, doctorants et enseignants, des Balkans, de France et de Suisse
s'intéressant au français sous toutes ses formes et dans toutes ses
représentations, à l'oral comme à l'écrit.

Intitule Dire. Ecrire, Agir en Français (Deaf) Type
Colloque pluridisciplinaire en linguistique,
didactique et littérature LIEU
Université de Kragujevac, Faculté de Philologie et des Arts

Call for Papers

Appel a Contribution

Calendrier
Dates de soumission : 30 juin 2010.
Notification des acceptations : 15 septembre 2010.
Programme préliminaire: octobre 2010.
Dates du colloque : vendredi le 22 et samedi le 23 octobre 2010.

Thematiques
A vocation pluridisciplinaire, le colloque permettra d'aborder :
- la linguistique française (phonétique; sémantique ; syntaxe ; pragmatique,
lexicologie)
- la littérature française (analyse, critique, études comparatives)
- le plurilinguisme, l'éveil aux langues.
- la didactique du français langue étrangère
- la sociolinguistique
- la francophonie
- l' enseignement du français et TICE
- la traductologie
- le bilinguisme (l'acquisition du français chez les travailleurs immigrés

Comite Scientifique: Jacques Moeschler, (Université de Genève) ; Henri Boyer
(Université de Montpellier) Tijana Asic (chaire de français de Kragujevac);
Jelena Novakovic (chaire de français de Belgrade) ; Snezana Guduric (chaire de
français de Novi Sad) ; Katarina Melic (chaire de français de Kragujevac),
Biljana Tesanovic (chaire de français de Kragujevac) ; Biljana Stikic (chaire de
français de Kragujevac)

Comite d'Organisation :
Tijana Asic; Katarina Melic, Biljana Tesanovic, Biljana Stikic, Andrej Fajgelj,
Vladimir Pavlovic, Vera Jovanovic, Biljana Lazovic, Nikola Bjelic, Marija Panic,
Aleksandra Stevanovic

Le Site Web du Colloque (sous peu) :
www.deaffrkg.com

Langue
Les communications se feront en français.

Modalites de Soumission
Ce colloque s'adresse aux enseignants de l'enseignement supérieur et aux
doctorants. Les propositions de communication, sur une page maximum, doivent
être adressées par courriel avant le 30 juin 2009 à l'adresse suivante :
deaffrkggmail.com

Publication des Actes
Les communications seront soumises à un comité de lecture en vue d'une
publication.

Conferenciers Invites
Jacques Moeschler, (Université de Genève) ; Jacques Jayez (ENS-LSH ; Lyon) ;
Henri Boyer (Université de Montpellier) Laurent Bazin (Université de Versailles-
Saint Quentin) ; Alexandre Gefen, Jean-Pierre Engilbert (Université Bordeaux
III); Vidosav Stevanovic (écrivain, Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.)
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