LINGUIST List 32.948

Mon Mar 15 2021

Calls: Applied Ling, Disc Analysis, Lang Acquisition, Phonetics/Online

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <>

Date: 15-Mar-2021
From: Nemira Mačianskienė <>
Subject: Sustainable Multilingualism 2021 International Conference
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Full Title: Sustainable Multilingualism 2021 International Conference
Short Title: SM 2021

Date: 04-Jun-2021 - 05-Jun-2021
Location: Kaunas (Online), Lithuania
Contact Person: Vigilija Žiūraitė
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Language Acquisition; Phonetics

Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2021

Meeting Description:

The Institute of Foreign Languages of Vytautas Magnus University and the Language Teachers’ Association of Lithuania cordially invite you to the SUSTAINABLE MULTILINGUALISM conference, which will be held online.

Second Call for Papers:

The conference aims to provide a common platform for researchers, language policy makers, language teachers, students, and anyone interested in discussing and sharing their expertise in the key issues of multilingualism, including but not limited to:
- Language policy implementation (regional, national, institutional levels)
- Language preservation, revitalization, linguistic human rights
- Less widely spoken & taught languages
- Minority & regional languages
- Psycholinguistic perspectives of multilingualism
- Contemporary Lithuanian language studies
- Translation and interpreting issues

Language education:
- Virtual language teaching & learning
- Innovations in classroom language teaching & learning
- Plurilingual approach to language teaching & learning
- Language sensitive teaching

- Intercultural communication in language teaching & learning
- Teaching and learning mediation competences

Requirements for abstracts:
All abstracts must contain original work that has not been published, in full, at the time of abstract submission.

Abstracts must be submitted for consideration here by April 1, 2021:

Abstracts must be between 200-250 words, with 5-8 keywords.

The programme will be announced in April.

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