International Journal of English Language & Translation Studies is an indexed, peer-reviewed, open-access, research quarterly which aims to generate and disseminate new, high quality knowledge about English language teaching, literature, linguistics and translation studies as well as to promote advanced researches and best practices in these fields. We are currently soliciting unpublished, quality research articles/case studies in the fields of ELT, Linguistics, Literature, Discourse and Translation Studies for October-December, 2016 Issue of IJ-ELTS.
The Purdue Linguistics Association, The School of Languages and Cultures, and the Second Language Studies Program at Purdue University are happy to announce the Second Purdue Languages and Cultures Conference. The aim of the conference is to create an environment that supports collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects related to the fields of study in language and language use. In an academic climate that is placing increasing demands for the justification of research in the social sciences and humanities, it has become important for research in the fields of linguistics and literature to demonstrate their value across disciplines.
3rd International Conference of the University of Banja Luka (BiH) in cooperation with the University of Opole (Poland) and the University of Central Oklahoma (USA)
CELLS - CONFERENCE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERARY STUDIES
TRANSCENDING BORDERS AND BINARIES
New Insights into Language, Literature, and Culture
Banja Luka, June 9th and 10th, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Past is Back on Stage – Medieval and Early Modern England on the Contemporary Stage
EMMA, University Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, France
19-20 May 2017
(NOTE NEW DATE)
Keynote speaker: David Edgar, playwright.
Proposal Deadlne Extended to February 1, 2017
2017 International Conference on Cross-Cultural Studies
Intercultural Adaptation, Globalization, and Risk
Joint Conference of Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan) and the University of Bayreuth (Germany)
Date: October 6-7, 2017
Venue: Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan
Organizers (in alphabetical order):
College of Foreign Languages, Fu Jen Catholic University
Literature across Frontiers- AJILE International Journal CFP
Aesthetique Journal for International Literary Enterprises (AJILE, E-ISSN 2456-1754), Volume 2, Number 1, invites scholarly articles and research papers from academicians, teachers and research scholars on “Literature across Frontiers”. AJILE is an international bi-annual peer reviewed electronic journal designed to give wings to the scholarly and academic aspirations of the literary community around the world. Each featured issue aims at furthering research and fostering academic deliberations clustered around a distinctive thrust area of contemporary literary and/or linguistic relevance.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEB. 15
We invite submissions to:
Boston University Romance Studies Graduate Conference 2017: Literature on the Verge
April 7-8, 2017
Boston University Photonics Center, Boston, Mass.
Keynote address by Françoise Lionnet, Harvard University
ACQL Annual Conference, Ryerson University, May 27-29 2017
Formed in 1975 during the period that witnessed the ratification of Canadian biculturalism, ACQL has, over the course of 40 years, emerged as Canada’s principal association for showcasing bilingual research in Canadian and Québec literatures. ACQL’s annual conference will take place at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities being held at Ryerson University in Toronto from May 27-29, 2017.
General Call for Papers
We hope to stimulate academic research and discussion around the theme of cognition, in relation to language (including language teaching), literature, translation and culture. In every aspect of our lives we make judgments and assessments and encounter judgments and assessments made by others, without necessarily examining closely the perspectives, methodologies or theoretical assumptions on which these judgments are based. What established procedures and canons of seeing and understanding govern the way we teach, the way we translate, or the direction of our research in any given area? Is there a need for these procedures or canons to be revised, modified or even abandoned altogether?