27.3658, Calls: Ling & Literature, Translation/Russia

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Subject: 27.3658, Calls: Ling & Literature, Translation/Russia

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Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 10:54:55
From: Yulia Lobina [molodezhinauka2017 at mail.ru]
Subject: Current Issues of Literary Analysis and Translation

Full Title: Current Issues of Literary Analysis and Translation 

Date: 27-Apr-2017 - 28-Apr-2017
Location: Ulyanovsk, Russia 
Contact Person: Yulia Lobina
Meeting Email: molodezhinauka2017 at mail.ru
Web Site: http://www.ulspu.ru/science/konferencii/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature; Translation 

Call Deadline: 18-Apr-2017 

Meeting Description:

This session will bring together young researchers of literature and
translation in order to consider a range of work that is currently being
undertaken in literary analysis, interpretation and evaluation of literary
texts, as well as theory of translation, and discuss possible future
directions in the field. 

Examples of issues to be addressed by prospective participants include:

- Literary theories and movements
- Literature and other arts 
- Literature and history
- Teaching literature in multicultural contexts 
- Problems with conveying the message in translation
- Developing translation skills and transcultural context

Languages: English, German, French.

Registration forms for the main conference can be found at the following

Call for Papers:

Participants are kindly requested to submit their papers for consideration.
Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference.
Submissions should follow the guidelines below:

1. Submissions should be sent as an email attachment in MS Word format to
molodezhinauka2017 at mail.ru by Tuesday, April 18, 2017. 

2. Papers should be 10 pages A4 long (maximum) and clearly present a research
question/objective, literature review, methodological approach, results,
conclusions and sources.

3. Please send the articles in the format .doc (Word 2003) or RTF with the
following layout:

- All margins 2.0 cm, space between lines: 1.5, font for the text: Times New
Roman, size 14 points, block alignment, indent the first paragraph line
- The first line will have the name of the author, the country and the city in
bold. The author name, affiliation, city and the country will be justified
right. The title of the article in bold (upper-case font, centre alignment)
will follow.
- There is to be a short abstract of the article (around 100 words) in italics
in the language of the paper and in the English language. Please, do not
insert numbers of pages; do not write chapters and subchapters.

No publication fee is required. 


Yulia Lobina (Ulyanovsk State Teacher Training University)
molodezhinauka2017 at mail.ru


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