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LINGUIST List 22.3927

Fri Oct 07 2011

Confs: Applied Ling, Translation/Italy

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        1.     Simone Ciccolone , 12th AItLA Conference (Applied Linguistics)

Message 1: 12th AItLA Conference (Applied Linguistics)
Date: 05-Oct-2011
From: Simone Ciccolone <s.ciccolonenoam.it>
Subject: 12th AItLA Conference (Applied Linguistics)
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12th AItLA Conference (Applied Linguistics)
Short Title: AItLA 2012

Date: 23-Feb-2012 - 24-Feb-2012
Location: Macerata, Italy
Contact: Simone Ciccolone
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://aitla.it

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

Annual conference of the Italian Association of Applied Linguistics (AItLA). The title of the conference is 'Comunicare le discipline attraverso le lingue. Prospettive traduttiva, didattica e socioculturale', and it involves the themes of translation, special languages, interpreting studies, terminology and workplace studies.

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