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LINGUIST List 21.2115

Thu May 06 2010

Calls: Translation/Portugal

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    chrys chrystello, XIV Coloquio da Lusofonia

Message 1: XIV Coloquio da Lusofonia
Date: 03-May-2010
From: chrys chrystello <drchryschrystellogmail.com>
Subject: XIV Coloquio da Lusofonia
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Full Title: XIV Coloquio da Lusofonia

Date: 25-Sep-2010 - 02-Oct-2010
Location: Braganca, Portugal
Contact Person: Chrys Chrystello
Meeting Email: lusofoniasapo.pt
Web Site: http://www.lusofonias.net/lusofonia%202010/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 15-Jul-2010

Meeting Description:

This series of colloquia pursues the fight for immediate application of the
new Portuguese orthographic norms, and this year will discuss the Islamic
Heritage in Portugal, Jews and crypto Jews, African influences in Portugal,
Insularity and Literature, African Literature, Translation of Portuguese

Early birds (speakers) € 50.00 until July 30, late speakers until Aug 7
€75.00, very latte speakers after Aug 7, € 150.00
Attending public can register until Sep 10 € 25.00

Call For Papers

All papers proposed should be submitted until July 15 in Portuguese
language only.
Themes and subthemes
1. Hommage against forgetfulness (forgotten authors)
2.1. The Islamic heritage in Portugal
2.2. Marranos or converted, Jews and crypto Jews in Portugal
2.3. African cultural influences in Portugal 1380-2010
2.4. Matters and roots of Lusofonia
2.5. New Orthographic Reegulations
2.6. Portuguese as second language and as Foreign language
2.7. Portuguese language and literature in the world
2.8. Lusofonia and Insularities
2.9. African literature in Portuguese language
3.1. Translation of Portuguese authors abroad. Translator and authors
3.2. Monocultural and intercultural translation
3.3. Technologies and Traductology

Abstract length up to 300 words, together with Biodata totaling 300 words.
Any word doc format will be accepted.
Abstract should be submitted via email to any of these:


Acceptance date will be 15 July notification of successful applicants by
22 July. Final work to be published must be sent before September 3.
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