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LINGUIST List 25.1965

Sat May 03 2014

Calls: Applied Ling, Ling & Literature, Socioling, Discourse Analysis/India

Editor for this issue: Anna White <awhitelinguistlist.org>

Date: 01-May-2014
From: Prabhath Patabendi <prabhaththeicrd.org>
Subject: Second International Conference on Language, Literature and Community 2015
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Full Title: Second International Conference on Language, Literature and Community 2015
Short Title: LLC 2015

Date: 21-Feb-2015 - 22-Feb-2015
Location: Bhubaneswar, India
Contact Person: Prabhath Patabendi
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.languages3000.com

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

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2014

Meeting Description:

Welcome to LLC 2015! Welcome to India!

International Conference on Language, Literature & Community (LLC 2015)
'Building up a World Community Through Language and Literature'

The International Center for Research & Development, Jagadguru Kripalu
University and Canadian Global Association of Intellectuals are proud to
announce the Second International Conference on Language, Literature and
Community 2015 (LLC 2015) to be held from 21-22 February 2015. We
cordially invite you to participate this premier event in Bhubaneshwar, India.

Language plays an important role in the modern society and represents
diverse aspirations and needs of the society. Language connects cultures,
traditions, and practices. Literature represents the hopes and aspirations
of the different sections of the society. Literature introduces us to new
worlds of experience. Literature connects people of different races,
religions and cultures. The purpose of the conference proposed by LLC 2015
is to explore the role of Language and Literature in bringing together the
World Communities. The exact theme of the Conference is: Building up a
World Community Through Language and Literature.

To promote the importance of language learning and facilitate our
understanding of literature, and broaden our knowledge of their role in
serving the society, ICRD, Jagadguru Kripalu University and Canadian Global
Society of Intellectuals are organizing the LLC 2015 in Bhubaneshwar,
India, which is one of the cultural centres of South Asia.

Listen to latest research findings, present your work before a global
audience, network, build new relationships, join the international legal
community and experience and explore Bhubaneswar, the vibrant cultural city.

Call for Papers:

The LLC 2015 will look into various issues in relation to the use and
learning of different languages and literature. This conference covers
topics pertaining to Language and Literature in various institutional,
social, and cultural contexts. The conference also welcomes presentations
based on studies conducted from inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary
perspectives, involving research into language/s in different academic
disciplines. LLC 2015 hopes to provide an interesting platform for
researchers, academics, language practitioners, policy makers and
postgraduate students, to share knowledge,exchange ideas and establish
academic relationships.

The conference invites participation from members of the academia to submit
unpublished theoretical, empirical and scientific papers focusing on the
following sub topics:

- Indigenous languages
- Language and culture
- Outcome-based learning
- Creativity and innovation
- Foreign language learning
- Disability and language learning
- Language acquisition and learning
- Language education
- Intercultural education
- Language program evaluation
- Innovation in language teaching
- Language teacher education
- Language teaching methodology
- Language curriculum development
- Language testing and assessment
- Poetry and prose
- Drama and dramaturgy
- Contemporary literature
- Media
- Classical literature
- Medieval and renaissance literature
- Literature and other arts
- Literature and history
- Language, power and ideology
- Language varieties
- Language as a means of integrating communities
- Literature as a unifying factor
- Language for building up a world community
- Literature for building up a world community
- Discourse analysis
- Language and communication
- Language for specific purposes
- Language for academic purposes
- Language and gender
- Indigenous culture and language
- Language, diversity and identity
- Intercultural and cross-cultural language studies
- Language teaching and/or learning
- ICT and language teaching
- Language education and policy
- Language curriculum development
- Language in the teaching/Learning of natural/Applied science(s)
- Language in the teaching/Learning of social science(s)
- World languages & literature
- Critical discourse analysis



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