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LINGUIST List 23.2675

Mon Jun 11 2012

Calls: Ling & Lit, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Applied Ling, Socioling/India

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>


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Date: 09-Jun-2012
From: Ashok Thorat <iasepuneyahoo.com>
Subject: International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture
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Full Title: International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture
Short Title: ICLLC

Date: 10-Dec-2012 - 12-Dec-2012
Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India
Contact Person: Ashok Thorat
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://iasepune.org/newly-conf.php

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Ling & Literature; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 25-Sep-2012

Meeting Description:

The academic fraternity world over is preoccupied with various ways of understanding language, literature and culture. In addition to their interrelations and interdependence, the new ideas and approaches emerging from various disciplines like literary theory, philosophy, anthropology, linguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis alongside technological revolution and socio-cultural transformations, have a bearing on our perception of language and literature. The conference aims at exploring this dynamics with a focus on the complimentary nature of language, literature and culture and their centrality in human life.

Contemporary approaches to language and literature; author-reader relationship; culture studies; language and literature in the globalizing world and; their role in fostering human understanding and world peace would be the major themes for deliberations. The interactions are expected to promote pragmatic teaching and translational research in the fields of language and literature.

Confirmed Speakers:

Jacob Mey, Texas, US
A G Khan, Aurangabad, India
Rajendra Chenni, Kovempu, India
Willie Van Peer, Munich, Germany
Jasbir Jain, Jaipur, India
Tory Young, Cambridge, UK
Rajendra Jadeja, Anand, India
Pramod K Nayar, Hyderabad, India

Call for Papers:

Themes for Discussion and Presentation:

- Language, Literature and Ideology
- Literature and Culture in Language Learning and Teaching
- Culture, Communication and Identity
- Intercultural Communication
- Culture Studies
- Literature as Articulation of Culture
- Women Writers and Images of Women
- Representation and Resistance in Post-colonial Literature
- Diaspora Identities
- Literature as Social Discourse
- Literature and Globalization
- Contemporary Approaches to Literature
- Geopolitical Issues in Literature
- Language, Gender and Power
- Language in Literature
- Narrative Texts and Narrative Coherence
- Literary Pragmatics
- Literary Semantics
- Role of literature in Developing Pragmatic Competence
- Discourse Analysis
- Language and Culture
- English Language and Globalization
- Language and Literature for Knowledge and Value in a Globalizing World
- Language and Literature for Human Understanding and World Peace

Submission of Abstracts:

Abstracts (250 words) related to any of the themes can be submitted between 15 June 2012 and 25 September 2012. Acceptance will be communicated by the end of September 2012. Each paper will be given 15-20 minutes for presentation, followed by discussion for 5-10 minutes. Abstracts may be sent on iasepuneyahoo.com as an attachment with 'Submission of Abstract' typed in the subject field.



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