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LINGUIST List 21.1626

Sun Apr 04 2010

FYI: CfP: 'Languages, Literatures and Cultures' Book

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Message 1: CfP: 'Languages, Literatures and Cultures' Book
Date: 02-Apr-2010
From: Akinola Odebunmi <akinodebyahoo.com>
Subject: CfP: 'Languages, Literatures and Cultures' Book
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Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

The book tentatively entitled, 'Languages, Literatures and Cultures: A
Compendium' seeks to explore issues relating to languages, literatures and
cultures. It is expected to show how languages, in global terms, engaged in
several domains, convey culture-related values both in life situations and
literary mediations. Papers which must be written in English, which should
be between 6000 and 10000 words long and which must be related to specific
linguistic, social, political, cultural, literary, artistic and situational
experiences are expected to cover the following or other related areas:

1. Language, literature and social values
2. Language and ideology
3. Ideological expression in literature
4. Language, literature and political culture
5. Linguistic theories and politics
6. Language, literature and violence
7. Literary theories and politics
8. Language, literature and history
9. Language, literature and power
10. Language, literature and development
11. Language, literature and religion
12. Language, literature and gender
13. Language, literature and traditional medicine
14. Language, literature and orature
15. Language, literature and education
16. Literature, culture and education
17. Language, literature and ethical values
18. Language, literature and social class
19. Language and domestic discourse
20. Language, literature and the media
21. Language, culture and law
22. Communication, culture and development
23. Communication, culture and grassroots development/governance
24. Communication and culture
25. Language, literature and economy
26. Language and artistic expression

Soft copies of papers should be sent to Akin Odebunmi
(akinodebyahoo.com, or papaabnm2gmail.com or
akinola.odebunmifrias.uni-freiburg.de) or any of the editors. The deadline
for submission of manuscripts is July 30, 2010. Languages, Literature and
Cultures will be a two-volume book, and is expected to be published by a
reputable international publisher as soon as editorial processes are completed.

Editors:
Akin ODEBUNMI, PhD,
Frieburg Institute for Advanced Studies,
University of Freiburg, Germany.
akinodebyahoo.com

Rom ROR KALILU, PhD,
Department of Fine and Applied Arts,
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,
Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
romkalilurocketmail.com

Joyce T.MATHANGWANE, PhD,
Department of English,
University of Botswana,
Gaborone, Botswana.
mathanjtmopipi.ub.bw or jtmogatsegmail.com

Andry SOPHOCLEOUS, PhD,
Department of Languages and Literature,
University of Nicosia,
Nicossa, Cyprus.
Sophocleous.aunic.ac.cy

Lem ATANGA, PhD,
Department of African Studies,
University of Dschang,
Cameroon.
ngwebinyahoo.com

Gabriel OSOBA, PhD,
Department of English,
Lagos State University,
Lagos, Nigeria.
Gabosoba002yahoo.com

Olalere ADEYEMI, PhD,
Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages,
University of Ilorin,
Ilorin, Nigeria.
adeyemiolalereyahoo.com

Akinbiyi Adetunji,
Department of General Studies,
Emmanuel Alayande College of Education,
Oyo, Nigeria.
akinbiyiadetunjiyahoo.com



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