THE 15th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

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University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures
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litcultstbucharest@gmail.com

ACED-15

THE 15th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

The English Department of the University of Bucharest will hold its 15th Annual Conference from 6–8 June, 2013.

The Conference will be organized in two sections:
LINGUISTICS
Papers are invited in:
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Theoretical Linguistics (syntax, phonology, semantics and the interfaces)
Language acquisition
Applied Linguistics
LITERATURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES
General theme: “Cultures of Memory, Memories of Culture”,
Papers are invited in:
British, Irish and Commonwealth Literatures
American Literature
Cultural Studies
Intellectual and Cultural History
Literary Theory
Translation Studies

Presentations should be in English, and will be allocated 20 minutes each, plus 10 minutes for discussion. Prospective participants are invited to submit abstracts in Word format*. Proposals should include title of paper, name and institutional affiliation, a short bio (no more than 100 words), and e-mail address.

Conference fee: 50 euro (covering lunches and refreshments during the conference, but not evening meals).
Deadline for of proposals: 16 March 2013.
A selection of papers from the conference will be published in University of Bucharest Review and in Bucharest Working Papers in Linguistics.

Please send proposals (and enquiries) to the following e-mail addresses:
For the Linguistics section: ACED.15th@gmail.com
For the Literature and Cultural Studies section: litcultstbucharest@gmail.com
Further details about the Conference will be posted at http://www.unibuc.ro/depts/limbi/literatura_engleza/conferinte.php

We look forward to welcoming you in Bucharest.
Assoc. Prof. Octavian Roske
Head of Department

* Abstracts for the Literature and Cultural Studies Section should be of maximum 200 words, including a list of keywords. Abstracts for the Linguistics section should be between one and two A4 pages, Times New Roman 12, single spaced.

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