LINGUIST List 26.5531
Mon Dec 14 2015
Editor for this issue: Ashley Parker <ashleylinguistlist.org>
Gerardo Mazzaferro <gerardo.mazzaferro
2nd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: 2nd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration
Short Title: Slimig2016
Date: 22-Sep-2016 - 23-Sep-2016
Location: Rapallo (Genova), Italy
Contact Person: Gerardo Mazzaferro
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.dipartimentolingue.unito.it/slimig2016/oss-home.asp
Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 20-Jan-2016
The focus of attention of the 2nd International Conference of the Sociolinguistics of Immigration is on the epistemological and methodological continuities and discontinuities in the sociolinguistics of immigration. Several new researches and approaches have begun to emerge in the last few years: translingualism, polylanguaging, truncated repertoires, crossing, metrolingualism.
Two main processes have contributed to this change: the epistemological orientation towards postmodernist and critical social theories within sociolinguistics as well as applied linguistics, linguistic anthropology and related disciplines and globalization.
The aim is to explore these research orientations, whilst also aiming to critically discuss these and any (dis)continuities and/or potential links between ''old'' and ''new'' orientations.
2nd Call for Papers:
The deadline for submitting abstracts to the 2nd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration has been extended to January 20, 2016.
Each abstract should not exceed 500 words (incl. at least four keywords and references). Text should be justified and single-spaced (font size: Times New Roman 12pt). Name, affiliation, and email address should be on separate first page of the electronic copy.
Abstracts should be sent as a word attachment to gerardo.mazzaferrounito.it.
Every individual presentation will last 20 minutes (plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions).
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