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21èmes Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs (RJC 2018 - ED 268)
“Des données à la théorie” en Sciences du Langage
31 mai et 1er  juin 2018
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (ILPGA) 
19, rue des Bernardins - 75005 PARIS

Nous avons l'honneur de vous faire parvenir en pièce jointe l'appel à communications pour les 20e Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs qui auront lieu les 31 mai et 1er  juin 2018

à l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (ILPGA) au 19, rue des Bernardins - 75005 PARIS.

Le thème sélectionné cette année est le suivant:

Des données à la théorie” en Sciences du Langage

Format des communications :

Les communications se feront en français ou en anglais.

Le format des communications orales sera de 20 minutes, puis 10 minutes de discussion.

Soumission des propositions :

Les propositions sont à envoyer par courrier électronique à l’adresse suivante : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., avant le 15 janvier 2018 à 20h (heure de Paris).

Vous trouverez toutes les informations nécessaires dans les fichiers joints.

Date limite de soumission : 15 janvier 2018

Notification aux participants : Mars 2018

Dates du colloque : 31 mai et 1er  juin 2018

Lieu du colloque : Institut de linguistique et de phonétique générales et appliquées (ILPGA) 19, rue des Bernardins - 75005 PARIS.

 


[English text - CALL FOR PAPERS]

21st Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs (RJC 2018 - ED 268)

“From data to theory” in Linguistics

31 May et 1 st June, 2018

University Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (ILPGA)

19, rue des Bernardins - 75005 PARIS

The «Langage et langues : description, théorisation, transmission» Doctoral School (ED 268, University Sorbonne Nouvelle) is glad to announce the Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs (RJC 2018). The conference will be held from May 31th to June 1st 2018 in Paris.

These Rencontres offer junior researchers preparing a Master’s or a Doctorate degree, as well as post-doctorate students, the opportunity to present their work in individual paper or poster sessions.

This year’s theme tackles the issue of «“From data to theory” in Linguistics».

We encourage proposals concerned with this topic from any linguistic discipline. Everyone who is interested in presenting an individual paper or a poster is welcome to submit a 2-page abstract in English or French for double-blind review by January 15th, 2018 at 8 pm (Central European Time). Abstracts must be sent to the organising committee: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Individual papers will be allocated 20 minutes, and an additional 10 minutes for discussion.

The size of the posters is A0. Poster authors will be invited to give a short oral presentation of their work.

Agenda

Submission deadline: January, 15, 2018

Notification of acceptance: March 2017

Conference dates: May 31th to June 1st 2018

Conference location: Institut de linguistique et de phonétique générales et appliquées (ILPGA)

Address: 19, rue des Bernardins - 75005 PARIS

 


 

Appel à communications

TITRE : « Translanguaging » : Opportunités et défis dans un monde globalisé

Conférenciers pléniers :

Ofelia García (City University of New York)

Guillaume Gentil (Carleton University)

Danièle Moore (Simon Fraser University) 

LIEU : Université d’Ottawa, Institut des langues officielles et du bilinguisme (ILOB), Centre canadien d’études et de recherche en bilinguisme et aménagement linguistique (CCERBAL)

DATES DU COLLOQUE : 3-4 mai 2018

DATE LIMITE DE SOUMISSIONS : 15 décembre 2017

Séances spéciales : Tables rondes et symposiums thématiques sur la prise de risques linguistiques, les politiques linguistiques bilingues et multilingues, et bien davantage.

Le thème du colloque : La notion de « translanguaging », qui s’adresse à l’utilisation complexe de plus d'une langue en tant que ressource (combinée), a capté l'imagination des chercheurs, des enseignants, et des preneurs de décisions, à travers le monde. Le rôle du « translanguaging » en tant que pratique linguistique et sociale dans des contextes familiaux, communautaires, éducatifs et institutionnels, pose de nombreuses questions stimulantes ainsi que des défis qui nécessitent de nouvelles discussions à partir de perspectives multidisciplinaires.

Nous sollicitons les propositions de présentations et d'affiches individuelles, d’ateliers, de symposiums, et de tables rondes qui abordent la thématique du colloque sous les angles multidisciplinaires (éducatifs, linguistiques, sociaux, psychologiques, politiques, etc.). Veuillez noter que la liste de sujets ci-dessous n’est pas exhaustive.

  • La signification et l’évolution de la notion de « translanguaging » et des concepts connexes comme le plurilinguisme et la bilitératie au fil du temps et à travers les disciplines.
  • Le rôle des pratiques du « translanguaging » pour l’éducation bilingue [l’approche par immersion], l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des langues et l’évaluation langagière.
  • Règles, normes et pratiques associées au « translanguaging » en milieu institutionnel [par exemple, universités bilingues, institutions gouvernementales, etc.].
  • Liens entre les notions de « translanguaging » et la préservation et la promotion des langues et cultures minoritaires et du patrimoine; les langues des signes.
  • Le « translanguaging » dans les sociétés bilingues et multilingues à travers le monde.
  • Les politiques linguistiques et le « translanguaging ».
  • Le « translanguaging » et les politiques linguistiques familiales.
  • La technologie et le « translanguaging ».
  • Le « translanguaging » et l'intercompréhension.
  • Le « translanguaging » et ses liens réciproques avec d’autres concepts et phénomènes, tels que l’alternance de code linguistique, le contact linguistique, la diglossie et l’hétéroglossie, les langues mixtes, la variation et l’évaluation du langage, l’attrition du langage, l’évolution linguistique, la perte de langue, le développement multi/plurilingue en contexte de langue(s) maternelle(s), bi - /plurilinguisme tout au long de la vie, la superdiversité, la migration, l’identité, la mondialisation, la paix, etc. 

Les propositions sont acceptées jusqu’au 15 décembre 2017 en ligne à l'adresse suivante : 

https://ccerbal2018.sciencesconf.org

Les présidents sont Nikolay Slavkov et Jérémie Séror (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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CCERBAL 2018 Conference

Call for Proposals

Translanguaging: Opportunities and Challenges in a Global World

Plenary speakers:

Ofelia García (City University of New York)

Guillaume Gentil (Carleton University)

Danièle Moore (Simon Fraser University)

VENUE: University of Ottawa, Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI), Canadian Centre for Studies and Research on Bilingualism and Language Planning (CCERBAL)

CONFERENCE DATES: May 3-4, 2018

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: December 15, 2017

Featured events: Round tables and thematic symposia on Linguistic Risk-Taking, Bilingual and Multilingual Policies, and much more. 

Conference theme: Translanguaging, a construct referring to the complex use of more than one language as a (combined) resource, has captured the imagination of researchers, educators, and policy makers around the world. The role of translanguaging as a linguistic and social practice in family, community, educational and institutional contexts raises a number of stimulating and challenging questions that call for continued discussion.

Proposals for oral presentations, posters, workshops, thematic symposia and round tables addressing the conference theme from multidisciplinary perspectives (educational, linguistic, social, psychological, policy, etc.) are welcome. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • The meaning and evolution of the term translanguaging over time and across disciplines, and its links with concepts such as plurilingualism and biliteracy.
  • The role of translanguaging in bilingual/immersion education, language teaching and learning, and language assessment.
  • Translanguaging rules, norms and practices in institutional settings (e.g. bilingual universities, government institutions, etc.).
  • Links between Indigenous, minority, heritage and sign languages and translanguaging.
  • Translanguaging in bilingual and multilingual societies around the world.
  • Language policy and translanguaging.
  • Translanguaging and family language policy.
  • Technology and translanguaging.
  • Translanguaging and intercomprehension.
  • Translanguaging and its interrelationship with other issues and phenomena, such as code-switching, language contact, diglossia and heteroglossia, mixed languages, language variation and change, language attrition, language shift, language loss, bi-/multilingual child language development, bi-/multilingualism across the lifespan, superdiversity, migration, identity, globalisation, peace, etc.

Proposals will be accepted until December 15, 2017 online at the following address:

https://ccerbal2018.sciencesconf.org/?forward-action=index&forward-controller=index&lang=en

Conference chairs are Nikolay Slavkov and Jérémie Séror (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 


 

 

Transdisciplinary Conference in University College Cork, Ireland

School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures / MA Applied Linguistics

18th / 19th May 2018

We would like to invite researchers from various disciplines to submit abstracts to this transdisciplinary conference (dis)COVERING DISCOURSES in University College Cork. 

Mikhail M. Bakhtin argued that “verbal discourse is a social phenomenon” constituted by speakers within a concrete situation with a very specific purpose. Since then, concepts surrounding the formation, structures and functions of discourses have held a central position in academic research. Following Foucault discourses are part of a “heterogeneous ensemble” consisting of “institutions, architectural forms, regulatory decisions, laws, administrative measures, scientific statements, philosophical, moral and philanthropic propositions – in short, the said as much as the unsaid.”

Given the symbiotic relationship we have with discourses whereby we are unremittingly surrounded by, embedded in and informed by discursive ensembles, whilst simultaneously actively shaping them, the aim of this transdisciplinary conference is to offer researchers a space to explore and challenge current discourses. We wish to think not only about current hierarchies and the power they affirm, but also about what is absent in the current discursive regimes. Since discourse is perceived as having formative, regulatory and authoritative characteristics, in this conference we aim to cover ongoing discourses and to peel back layers and thus dis-cover discourses hidden in society.

Potential themes on Discourse that we would like to address: Architecture/Arts, Borders, Body, Class, Gender, Health, Identity, Institutions, Integration, Knowledge, Literature/Literary Critique Economy, Migration, Multilingualism, Nature/Animals, Precarity, Religion, Silence, Social Media, Space, Violence.

The conference may be of interest to scholars from various disciplines, including: Linguistics, Literature, Cultural Studies, Social Studies, Migration Studies, Religious Studies, Gender Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, Government and Politics, Economy, Anthropology, Human-Animal Studies, Medicine, Clinical Therapies, Media Studies, Digital Humanities.

Please submit your abstract (max. 300 words) and a brief biography (max. 70 words) toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12th February 2018.

Organizers: Anne Marie Devlin, Michael Hofer, Dragan Miladinovic, Barbara Siller, Sara Lis Ventura, Hanna Völker

 


 

The 3rd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration (Slimig2018), is organized by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and Modern Cultures of the University of Turin (Italy). The conference will be held in Sestri Levante (Genoa), Italy, on September 27-28, 2018.

The focus of the conference is on sociolinguistic, anthropological, ethnographic linguistic and discourse theoretical perspectives and empirically-grounded methodologies on "language practices, narratives, identities, ideologies and politics of (im)mobility in migratory contexts".

We are delighted to announce that so far the following key speakers have been confirmed:

Anna De Fina, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

Abstract Submission

-Each abstract should not exceed 500 words (incl. at least four keywords and references). 

-Text should be justified and single-spaced (font size: Times New Roman 12pt). 

-Name, affiliation, and e-mail address should be on separate first page of the electronic copy. 

-Every individual presentation will last 20 minutes (plus 10 minutes for discussion and questions). 

Important dates 
-The abstract submission period opens on November 15, 2017.

-Abstracts can be submitted until February 19, 2018.  

-Abstracts should be sent as a word attachment to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

-Confirmation of acceptance: March 10, 2018.

Registration 

-Registration for the conference starts on March 11, 2018 and closes on April 30, 2018.

-The conference fees are: 170€.

-The registration fees cover participation in the conference, coffee breaks, lunches and conference pack.

Further details on the conference can be found athttps://sites.google.com/unito.it/sociolinguisticsimmigration/home.

 Local organizer: Gerardo Mazzaferro (all enquires to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)