LINGUIST List 31.818
Wed Feb 26 2020
Calls: Applied Linguistics/Cyprus
Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>
Stavroula Tsiplakou <stavroula.tsiplakou
6th International Conference ‘Crossroads of Languages and Cultures’: Plurilingualism, Variation, Spaces of Literacy E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: 6th International Conference ‘Crossroads of Languages and Cultures’: Plurilingualism, Variation, Spaces of Literacy
Short Title: CLC6
Date: 23-Oct-2020 - 25-Oct-2020
Location: Nicosia, Cyprus
Contact Person: Stavroula Tsiplakou
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://cyprusconferences.org/clc6/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2020
The 6th International Conference ‘Crossroads of Languages and Cultures’ (CLC6) will take place at the University of Cyprus between October 23 and October 25 2020. The main theme of CLC6 is the charting of the relationship between plurilingualism, linguistic variation, hybrid linguistic performances and alternative literacies. The hybridity and superdiversity of the contemporary linguistic landscape has been long acknowledged. Do language pedagogies treat language as a complex semiotic resource? Do such pedagogies forge links between pluri- or multilingualism, linguistic variation, translanguaging and alternative literacy practices within and outside of the school context? Do such extant models ultimately debunk dominant literacy policies and practices?
Professor Ofelia García, City University of New York
Professor Clare Mar-Molinero, University of Southampton
Professor Eleni Skourtou, University of the Aegean
Crossroads 6 is organized by the University of Cyprus (http://www.ucy.ac.cy
) and the Open University of Cyprus (https://www.ouc.ac.cy
) with the cooperation of Polydromo (http://polydromo.web.auth.gr/index.php/el-gr/
Conference website: http://cyprusconferences.org/clc6/
Call for Papers:
Please note the new deadline for abstract submission (March 15, 2020)!
We welcome papers on any aspect of multilingualism and linguistic variation and their place in the school, at home and in alternative literacy sites. We also welcome proposals for a number of symposia and workshops on these or related themes.
Abstract submission for individual papers, symposia and workshops:
Abstracts for papers should be no longer than 500 words, including references and keywords. Presentations will last 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion. Authors should indicate whether they prefer an oral or a poster presentation.
Abstracts for symposia on specific thematic areas should include a 300 word introduction (including references and keywords) followed by the abstracts of individual papers; these should be no longer than 300 words each, including references and keywords. Symposium papers will last 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion for each paper and 30 minutes for discussion at the end.
Abstracts for workshops should include a 300 word introduction (including references and keywords), the topics and brief summaries of individual presentations and/or activities and details of the main organizer and co-organizers. Workshops may not last longer than 90 minutes.
Submissions for papers, symposia, and workshops should be made via our website: http://cyprusconferences.org/clc6/call-for-papers/
15 March 2020: Deadline for abstract submission
30 April 2020: Notification of acceptance
1 May 2020: Registration opens
23-25 October 2020: Conference
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