23.1912, Calls: English, General Ling, Translation, Ling & Lit/Czech Republic

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Subject: 23.1912, Calls: English, General Ling, Translation, Ling & Lit/Czech Republic

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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 10:58:51
From: Petr Vinklarek [conference.uaa at fhs.utb.cz]
Subject: From Theory to Practice

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Full Title: From Theory  to Practice 
Short Title: T*P 

Date: 05-Sep-2012 - 06-Sep-2012
Location: Zlin, Czech Republic 
Contact Person: Petr Vinklarek
Meeting Email: conference.uaa at fhs.utb.cz
Web Site: http://conference.uaa.utb.cz/ 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Translation 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 22-May-2012 

Meeting Description:

4th International Conference on Anglophone Studies
5-6 September 2012

The Department of English and American Studies at Tomas Bata University in Zlín announces its fourth annual conference on Anglophone studies entitled From Theory to Practice. This event offers scholars an opportunity to present the results of their research and discuss newly developed theories as well as their practical applicabilities.

Keynote Speakers:

to be announced

Venue:

Tomas Bata University in Zlín
University Centre
T. G. Masaryka 5555
760 01 Zlín

Registration:

Deadline: 22 May 2012
Fee: 1,000 CZK

The registration fee of 1,000 CZK covers participation in sessions, a copy of the conference proceedings, refreshments and organizational costs. The fee should be paid by invoice by 20 July 2012. Participants from abroad may pay in cash upon arrival. 

The registration form may be downloaded from the conference website. 

Call for Papers:

We welcome papers from the following fields:

- Linguistics
- Translation studies
- Literature
- Cultural studies

The submission guidelines may be downloaded from the conference website.

Selected papers will be published in a peer-reviewed conference proceedings.

Please note: The proceedings will include selected papers from the conference; acceptance of all papers is subject to the editors' decision based on the reviewers' comments. The previous two proceedings were accepted into the Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Knowledge database and this year's proceedings will likewise be submitted for inclusion.






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