3rd Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Linguistics (L3) 2014

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  • For the 3rd Annual Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Lan­guage, Lit­er­a­ture and Lin­guis­tics (L3) 2014 – organ­ised by the Global Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy Forum (GSTF) – the organ­is­ers are kindly invit­ing you to par­tic­i­pate. The event will be held June 9 – 10, 2014 in Bangkok, Thai­land.

    Con­fer­ence Theme

    Lan­guage is at a nexus of inter­re­la­tion­ships between indi­vid­u­als, soci­ety and cul­ture. The inter­face between lan­guage and lit­er­a­ture has been the object of con­sid­er­able inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research on meth­ods of analy­sis that can be applied across the two fields and their sub-​areas. Less research has focused, how­ever, on the influ­ence of the new tech­nolo­gies on this inter­face, which tran­scends bor­ders and cul­tures, with the process of trans­la­tion adding yet another dimen­sion to the already com­plex picture.

    The 3rd Annual Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on L3 will exam­ine the var­i­ous issues and fac­tors that inter­vene at the inter­face of lan­guage and lit­er­a­ture, not least the cul­tural context(s) in which it is situated.

    The con­fer­ence will bring together multi-​disciplinary exper­tise from all rel­e­vant fields. We invite sub­mis­sions for an abstract of a research-​based paper in any of the rel­e­vant fields, includ­ing but not lim­ited to:

    • Second-​Language Acquisition
    • Pub­lic Ser­vice Inter­pret­ing and Translation
    • Com­par­a­tive Literature
    • Lin­guis­tics
    • Trans­la­tion and Interpreting
    • Cur­ricu­lum Design

    Con­fer­ence Highlights

    Best Paper Awards and Best Stu­dent Paper Awards will be con­ferred at the con­fer­ence (in order to qual­ify for the award, the paper must be pre­sented at the conference).

    Panel Pro­pos­als are invited for sub­mis­sion to the L3 2014. A min­i­mum of three papers cen­ter­ing on a spe­cific topic will be accepted for sub­mis­sion under Panel Cat­e­gory.

    Keynote Speakers

    • Prof. Daniel New­man – Head, Ara­bic Depart­ment, Course Direc­tor, M.A. Arabic-​English Trans­la­tion and Inter­pret­ing, School of Mod­ern Lan­guages and Cul­tures, Uni­ver­sity of Durham, Eng­land, United Kingdom
    • Dr. Li Zeng – Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Chi­nese, Advi­sor of Chi­nese Stud­ies, Dept. of Clas­si­cal and Mod­ern Lan­guages, Uni­ver­sity of Louisville, United States of America

    Pub­li­ca­tion Opportunities

    • Pro­ceed­ings: The Con­fer­ence Pro­ceed­ings (Print ISSN: 2251 – 3566, E-​Periodical ISSN: 2251 – 3574) will be indexed by EBSCO, Cross­Ref, Pro­Quest, Ulrich­sweb and will be sub­mit­ted to Sco­pus, Sci­enceDi­rect and Cabell’s Direc­to­ries amongst oth­ers, where applicable.
    • Jour­nal: Depend­ing on their impor­tance, orig­i­nal­ity, qual­ity, rel­e­vance and other edi­to­r­ial con­sid­er­a­tions, eli­gi­ble research arti­cles will be invited for pub­li­ca­tion in the GSTF Jour­nal on Edu­ca­tion (JEd) which is indexed by EBSCO, Cross­Ref, Pro­Quest & Ulrichsweb.
    • Books: Selected authors will be invited to con­tribute book chap­ters in “New Direc­tions in Lan­guage and Lit­er­a­ture” to be pub­lished by GSTF. The edi­tor of the book will be Prof. Daniel Newman.

    Con­fer­ence Topics

    Areas of inter­est include, but are not lim­ited to:

    Lan­guage and Literature

    • Lan­guage acqui­si­tion and learning
    • Lan­guage Education
    • Inter­cul­tural Education
    • Lan­guage Pro­gram Evaluation
    • Inno­va­tion in lan­guage teach­ing and learnings
    • Lan­guage Teacher Edu­ca­tion (col­lab­o­ra­tions and practices)
    • Lan­guage Teach­ing Methodology
    • Lan­guage Cur­ricu­lum Development
    • Lan­guage Test­ing and Assessment
    • Social, Cul­tural, and Polit­i­cal Con­texts of Lan­guage Teacher Education
    • The role of lan­guage and com­mu­ni­ca­tion in human cognition
    • Trans­la­tion
    • Poetry and Prose (fic­tional and non-​fictional)
    • Con­tem­po­rary Literature
    • Com­par­a­tive Literature
    • Media (tele­vi­sion, drama, film and others)
    • Clas­sic
    • Medieval and Renais­sance Literature
    • Lit­er­a­ture and Other Arts
    • Lit­er­a­ture and History

    Linguistics

    • Applied Lin­guis­tics
    • The­o­ret­i­cal Linguistics
    • Com­pu­ta­tional Linguistics
    • Com­par­a­tive Linguistics
    • Soci­olin­guis­tics
    • Con­trastive Linguistics
    • Inter­lin­guis­tics
    • Cor­pus Linguistics
    • Dialec­tol­ogy
    • Ety­mol­ogy
    • Foren­sic Linguistics
    • His­tor­i­cal Linguistics
    • Lex­i­col­ogy
    • Lin­guis­tic statistics
    • Lin­guis­tic typology
    • Mor­phol­ogy
    • Neu­rolin­guis­tics
    • Psy­cholin­guis­tics
    • Pho­net­ics
    • Phonol­ogy
    • Text Lin­guis­tics
    • Orthog­ra­phy, Prag­mat­ics, Rhetoric, Styl­is­tics and Semantics
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