[lg policy] Fwd: [Languse] Deadline extended: 3rd International Conf on Lang., Ling., Lit. and Translation (Nov. 2016)

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 18:47:32 UTC 2016


Forwarded From: Cynthia Gordon <cyngordon at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 10:59 AM
 Deadline extended: 3rd International Conf on Lang., Ling., Lit. and
Translation (Nov. 2016)





Dear colleagues,

I wanted to let you know about an extended CFP deadline for this conference
in Muscat, Oman.


*Connecting the Dots in a Glocalized World*

*3rd International Conference on Language, Linguistics, Literature and
Translation*

*November 3-5 2016 Oman*

*Department of English Language and Literature*

*Sultan Qaboos University*

*Extended Call Deadline: 25 April 2016*



*Meeting Description*

Connecting the Dots in a Glocalized World 2016 will provide a forum for the
exchange of

ideas in the four main disciplines of language, linguistics, literature and
translation. As the

title for the conference suggests, the aim is to focus on the relationship
between global

themes and local practices, highlighting the under-examined interactions
that occur as

globalization takes on negotiated forms in different contexts. With an
emphasis on

interdisciplinary studies and methodologies, the conference will centralize
both research that

theorizes the links between the local and the global and research that
shows, through practical

evidence, how local and global interact. Proposals that aim to address
either of these two

areas, and which emphasize exploratory, experimental research or
reconstructed concepts,

frameworks of analysis, or approaches, are particularly welcome.

Proposals which fall outside the focus of the conference, but within the
disciplines of

language, linguistics, literature and translation, will also be considered.



*Confirmed Keynote Speakers*

· Jan Blommaert (Linguistics), Tilburg University, The Netherlands

· Michael Cronin (Translation), Dublin City University, Ireland

· Ian Almond (Literature), Georgetown University, Qatar

· Rani Rubdy (Language), Independent Scholar


*Sample conference themes include the following, but a wide range of
proposals is invited:*

Language

· Language, culture and globalization

· Global teaching policies and local norms

· Language commodification and ideologies

· Globalizing technologies and the language classroom

Linguistics

· Social media and identity

· Language acquisition and migrant populations

· Language change and the media

· Global/local language adaptation

Literature

· Localizing global/world literatures

· Arabic and non-Western literature in a globalized world

· Literature from the diaspora

· The sociolinguistics of literature

Translation

· Issues in local/global translation

· Translating culturally remote literature

· Translation and multimodal texts

· Machine translation and the web



*Submission Details*

*Extended Call Deadline: 25 April 2016*

Proposals are invited for papers (20 +10 minutes discussion).

To submit your abstract, please send an email (with a Word attachment) to
the following

address: squconference2016 at gmail.com by the relevant submission deadline.
Please include

ALL the following information, numbered:

1. Name, title and affiliation (university/college/etc)

2. Full address (include country), email and telephone (include country
code)

3. Title of paper/presentation

4. Areas which the paper/presentation links (please be precise)

5. Brief outline of the paper/presentation for inclusion in the conference
program (100

words max)

6. Full abstract for the review committee (500 words max)

7. Up to five relevant keywords



In common with previous conferences organized by the Department of English
Language and

Literature, it is intended that an edited collection of papers from the
conference will be

published. Accepted presenters will need to submit their paper for
publication in early

February 2017. Further details will be provided in due course.



Sultan Qaboos University, Oman’s largest and most prestigious institution
of higher

learning, is located 45km from Muscat. The university offers undergraduate
and

postgraduate degrees to approximately 16,000 students.

Oman, a peaceful nation on the Arabian Gulf in the Middle East, is hailed
as the jewel of

Arabia. It has landscape covering desert, riverbed oases and long
coastlines. The capital

city, Muscat, is home to the majestic Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Royal
Opera House

Muscat, and the old waterfront Mutrah bazaar.

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