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LINGUIST List 25.1320

Tue Mar 18 2014

FYI: Call for Working Papers: Study of Mental and Linguistic Base of Literary Text

Editor for this issue: Uliana Kazagasheva <ulianalinguistlist.org>

Date: 18-Mar-2014
From: Zhanna Maslova <maslovajeannamail.ru>
Subject: Call for Working Papers: Study of Mental and Linguistic Base of Literary Text
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Interdisciplinary Synthesis in the Study of Mental and Linguistic Base of Literary Text

The purpose of the Collection is to create a composition of texts reflecting on the actual tendencies in the investigation of language and stylistics of literary text (prose and poetry) in aspects of different science disciplines: cognitive linguistics, cognitive poetics, narratology, cultural linguistics, literary studies. This book is considered to reflect modern directions and results of interdisciplinary researches in the field of text studies.

If you would like to participate, please fill in the application form and submit it no later than April 20th, 2014 to the address: postum00mail.ru. Participants will be notified of acceptance by May 1st, 2014.

The deadline for submitting full-text articles - June 1st, 2014. Please submit your full-text papers to postum00mail.ru.

Recommended length is 6-8 pages. The articles can be written in the Russian or the English language. The files should be named as follows: author’s last name_paper.doc, author’s last name_applic.doc”.

Application Form:
Title (underline yours): Dr Mr Mrs
Name:
Degree:
Position:
Affiliation:
Telephone: ( )
E-mail:
Country:
Postal address:
Title of Paper:
Abstract: (200 words)

Technical Requirements for the Article:
Format: .doc, .docx

Page Parameters:
- Page Margins: 1'' (2 cm) on all sides (top, bottom, left, right)
- Font: Times New Roman,14-point typeface
- Spacing: Single-spaced (1.0 line height) throughout
- Alignment of Text: justified (flush left and right)
- Paragraph Indentation: 1/2'' (1,25 cm)
- Page Numbers: do not number pages
- Paper Volume: up to 15 pages

Title Block:
On the first line, centered:
- The title of your paper in bold face (there is no extra space below the title)

In the upper right corner place on separate lines, single-spaced:
- Your name (First name and Surname)
- Your city and country

Structure of the Paper:
- Title block
- Annotation in English - about 100 words
- Key words in English - 3-5
- Text
- Literature cited

Literature Cited:
In the body of the paper, literature is cited in square brackets, in the order of appearing in the paper. Referring to non-electronic sources, type the source number and the page number, where the information is drawn from. Separate the source and the page numbers with a comma. Eg.: [1, 17]. Referring to electronic sources, type the source number and the word “URL”, separated with a comma. Eg.: [2, URL]

Tables Format:
A table should be given a number (e.g., Table 1) and labeled. The table number and label appear above the table. Type the table number in 12 Times New Roman, in italics, flush right. Type the table label on the next line in 12 Times New Roman, centered.

The publication is planned for October 2014.

Organizing Committee:
Prof. Dr. Zhanna Maslova
Dr. Denis Minakhin

Foreign Languages Department
Balashov Institute
The Saratov State University after N.G. Chernyshevsky
412300, Karl Marx Street 29, Balashov, Saratov region, The Russian Federation.
Tel: 8(84545)42525

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            German (deu)
                            Russian (rus)

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