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LINGUIST List 22.1636

Tue Apr 12 2011

Calls: Sociolinguistics/Austria

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        1.     Birgit Breninger , Creating Cultural Synergies

Message 1: Creating Cultural Synergies
Date: 11-Apr-2011
From: Birgit Breninger <birgit.breningersbg.ac.at>
Subject: Creating Cultural Synergies
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Full Title: Creating Cultural Synergies

Date: 29-Sep-2011 - 01-Oct-2011
Location: Salzburg, Austria
Contact Person: Birgit Breninger
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.uni-salzburg.at/portal/page?_pageid=1065,372965&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL&itemToBeShown=1617812&fullnewsmode=yes#comehere

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Apr-2011

Meeting Description:

Global Conference: Creating Cultural Synergies – Setting Intercultural Competence to Work in a Changing World

Globalization, having brought people in contact with one another at a yet unprecedented scale, has also posed a general challenge to traditionally upheld concepts of race, gender, nation and class. For those living in this rapidly changing cultural landscape, intercultural competence has become a core skill. The Global Conference in Salzburg aims to bring researchers and practitioners from interdisciplinary fields and settings together to discuss and share research, theory and best practices and foster a dialogue on issues related to setting intercultural theories to work.

Call for Papers:

The conference will have sessions for talks, posters and workshops. We welcome papers in the following categories related to the broader theme of intercultural studies:

- Interculturality and Leadership in Business
- Intercultural Competence and Empowerment
- Language, Politics and Intercultural Communication
- Intercultural Competence in Understanding Religion

It is expected that talks should not last longer than 20 minutes. Speakers whose papers are accepted have to submit a full paper (10 pages, 20.000 - 25.000 words) by 1st November 2011, for publication. Posters will focus on state-of-the-art research in intercultural competence.

Workshops (to be held in German and in English in parallel sessions) will concern themselves with the following topics:

- Intercultural Empowerment
- Intercultural Education
- Intercultural Coaching

Proposals (400-600 words) should be emailed by 15th April, 2011 to Dr. Birgit Breninger: birgit.breningersbg.ac.at

Please state on the proposal whether you want to give a talk, do a poster or hold a workshop.



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