27.4951, Calls: French, Applied Ling, Cog Sci, Gen Ling, Ling & Lit, Socioling/Canada

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Subject: 27.4951, Calls: French, Applied Ling, Cog Sci, Gen Ling, Ling & Lit, Socioling/Canada

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Date: Sun, 04 Dec 2016 15:26:35
From: Shahrzad Mirzaei [colloque.sesdef at utoronto.ca]
Subject: Multilingual Manifestations and Consciousness: Issues and Perspectives of Multilingualism

 
Full Title: Multilingual Manifestations and Consciousness: Issues and Perspectives of Multilingualism 

Date: 06-Apr-2017 - 07-Apr-2017
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Contact Person: Shahrzad Mirzaei
Meeting Email: colloque.sesdef at utoronto.ca

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics 

Subject Language(s): French (fra)

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2017 

Meeting Description:

With the goal of enriching our understanding and sharing recent discoveries on
multilingualism, this conference will encompass a reflection on the notion of
multilingualism by combining theoretical and methodological questions from
various disciplines. 

The conference theme may be addressed from various perspectives, including the
three principle sub-themes listed below: 

Linguistics 

Cognition: Perception, Cognitive theories, The multilingual brain/memory,
Crosslinguistic influence/transfer
Society: Social variation, Pedagogy, Linguistic policy, Standardization
Personality: Affective factors in language acquisition,  Linguistic
identity/culture

Literature

Cognition: Linguistic memories, Memories tied to a particular language
Society: Linguistic dominance (e.g., colonial or post-colonial literature),
Social influence on the choice of a particular language
Personality: Multi-identity : influence of multilingualism on the formation of
identity


Call for Papers:

The University of Toronto’s Société des études supérieures du Département
d’Études françaises (SESDEF) invites submissions from student researchers from
all disciplines for their annual graduate student conference. The conference
will take place April 6-7, 2017 at the University of Toronto’s St. George
campus in downtown Toronto. We are pleased to welcome Professor Annie Tremblay
from the University of Kansas as our guest speaker, and a plenary talk will be
given by Professor Aurélie Takam from the University of Toronto.

Submissions (350 words maximum) may be written in either English or French,
however, the subject of the presentation must revolve around French and/or
Francophone studies. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2017 (send
submissions to colloque.sesdef at utoronto.ca). Notice of acceptance will be sent
by February 15, 2017.




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