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Fri Feb 20 2009

Confs: Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics/Brazil

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        1.    Eliane Mara Silveira, 12th National Symposium on Language Studies

Message 1: 12th National Symposium on Language Studies
Date: 19-Feb-2009
From: Eliane Mara Silveira <silel.ufugmail.com>
Subject: 12th National Symposium on Language Studies
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12th National Symposium on Language Studies
Short Title: SILEL

Date: 17-Nov-2009 - 19-Nov-2009
Location: Uberlândia, Brazil
Contact: Eliane Mara Silveira
Contact Email: silel.ufugmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.ileel.ufu.br/silel2009

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

XII SILEL- Simpósio Nacional de Letras e Lingüística
The 12th National Symposium on Language Studies and Linguistics

II Simpósio Internacional de Letras e Lingüística
The 2nd International Symposium on Language Studies and Linguistics

The Institute of Letras and Linguistics of the Federal University of
Uberlândia invites you to the 12th National Symposium on Language
Studies and Linguistics and the 2nd International Symposium of Language
Studies and Linguistics to be held from November 17th, 2009 to November
19th, 2009 in the Santa Mônica Campus in the city of Uberlândia, MG,

SILEL is a biannual event that aims to provide a common interdisciplinary
forum for researchers and scholars to debate and reflect on studies in the
areas of Linguistics and Literary Studies. It is a unique opportunity to
explore, share, and disseminate the ideas and works that help sustain and
characterize the main research lines of these areas.

Its previous edition counted with 2639 participants from 26 Brazilian States
and from 10 different countries. This variety of people and the vast scope of
themes and discussions that resulted from it have added to the excellence
of the event and strengthened the quality of the texts that have been
published in the two volumes. We hope to repeat it in 2009.

The Symposia will host conferences and round-tables with acknowledged
researches from Brazil and other countries, oral communications from
professors and graduate students, and panels from graduate and
undergraduate students. Communications will be hosted within Thematic
Groups (GTs) under the coordination of professors at institutions of higher
education. Organization into Thematic Groups will provide a more
productive environment for the discussions.

Official languages: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish

Key Dates:

Call for submissions - Thematic Sessions: March 02nd, 2009 - March 16th,
Call for oral communications in Thematic Sessions: March 31st, 2009 - May
18th, 2009
Call for Panel proposals: April 30th, 2009 - May 30th, 2009
Symposia: November 17th, 2009 - November 19th, 2009

Further information on registration, fees, Thematic Groups, publishing
guidelines and accomodation are available at
or via email: silel.ufugmail.com.

Prof. Eliane Mara Silveira PhD
President of the Organizing Comittee

Prof. Luciene Almeida Azevedo PhD
Vice-President of the Organizing Comittee

The Organizing Committee
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