PACTE (Process of Acquisition of Translation Competence and Evaluation) is organising the Fourth International Conference on Research into the Didactics of Translation (didTRAD), which will be held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 20–22 June 2018.
This conference aims to provide a forum for researchers in the field of translator training. The conference topics are:
The Organizing Committee of the 11th AELCO International Conference is pleased to invite you to this new edition, which will take place on the 17–19 October 2018 at the University of Córdoba (Spain).
The deadline to submit the abstracts of approved theme sessions has equally been extended to 10 April 10 2018.
We would like to invite you to submit your contributions to the General Session of our conference on topics included in, or related to, the theme of this edition, Cognitive linguistic research in metonymy, metaphor, constructions and frames: Scope, models and methods. However, AELCO/SCOLA's conferences aim to serve as a forum for discussion of any topic within the field of cognitive linguistics; therefore, we also invite proposals on other traditional topics in cognitive linguistics.
Our plenary speakers are:
Proposals will be written in one of the two of the languages of the conference (English or Spanish) and sent in pdf format (maximum 500 words, including examples but excluding figures and references), no later than April 10th 2018. They should contain the following information:
1) Type of presentation (oral or poster).
3) Five keywords
4) Abstract (specifying research questions, methodology, data and expected results)*
* Please avoid including the names, affiliations or addresses of the authors of the presentation. For further important submission instructions please to go to:
The Second Symposium on Indigenous Languages and Cultures of Latin America (ILCLA), organized in conjunction with the Fourth Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA 2018) brings together instructors, practitioners, activists, indigenous leaders, scholars and learners who study indigenous languages and cultures of Latin America and the Caribbean.
This international symposium engages participants in a hemispheric dialogue and also serves as a permanent forum for networking and exchanging ideas, experiences and research on methodological, theoretical, pedagogical, and practical issues from inter and trans-disciplinary perspectives. This forum will enable professionals from around the world to interact with leading experts in the fields of education, language policy and planning, linguistics, cultural studies, ethnomusicology, anthropology, informatics, and other disciplines. Through different venues such as keynotes presentations, panels, round tables, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and technological tool showcases, this symposium will contribute to the teaching and learning, dissemination and preservation, study and advancement of indigenous languages and cultures of the region.
Confirmed keynote speakers include Gaspar Pedro González, Maya author and scholar, and Dan Everett, linguist and Dean of Arts & Sciences at Bentley University.
The Second Language Research Forum is an annual conference organized by graduate students for scholars interested in second language research.
Researchers in this growing interdisciplinary field study issues related second language acquisition from a variety of disciplinary and theoretical perspectives.
SLRF 2018 will focus on the Contribution of Cognitive Science to Second Language Research. Abstracts for SLRF 2018 are accepted in English and in French.
Abstracts can be submitted from 15 February 2018 until 15 April 2018.
Abstracts for SLRF 2018 are accepted in English and in French.
The II International Conference on Language and Migration (2CILEI-18) will be held at the University of Alcalá from 29 to 30 November 2018.
The 2CILEI-18 aims to be a forum of debate and analysis on the study of the relations between language and society where linguistic contact takes place as a result of migratory movements, with special consideration to how migration develops or favours the socio-linguistic integration process. The present call is open to the research community in general, and more specifically, to those who carry out their research in the field of migration from different yet complementary perspectives: linguistics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, teaching a second language and translation.
The Conference accepts communications related to migration in the following thematic areas: