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Título: 6th. International Conference on Applied Linguistics Issues (ALI 2019)
Entidades organizadoras: Eurasian Applied Linguistics Society (EALS); Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Russia); Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland); University of Zielona Gora (Poland); ISCDBU
Lugar de celebración: St.Petersburg, Rusia
Fecha de inicio: 19 de julio de 2019
Fecha de finalización: 20 de julio de 2019
Circular Nº: 10
Contacto: Hassan Soleimani, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics <infolingconf.me>
Descripción

The 6th International Conference on Applied Linguistics Issues (ALI 2019) is a joint event by the Eurasian Applied Linguistics Society (EALS) and it addresses all language-related problems including descriptive and empirical studies, theoretical articles, methodological articles, and case studies in the English language.The 6th International Conference on Applied Linguistics Issues (ALI 2019) welcomes contributions in the following areas:
- First and second language learning
- Language assessment
- Blended learning
- Curriculum development
- Language teaching and literature
- Translation studies
- Discourse analysis
- Bilingualism and multilingualism
- Literature and literary criticism
- Psychology and learning
- Reflective teaching practice
- Language planning and policy
- Classical literature
- Literature and cultural studies
- Post-colonial studies
- Literature and critical theories
- Literature and feminism
- Children/young adult literature
- Culture and language teaching
- Globalization and EFL
- Comparative literature
- Materials development
- Literature and philosophy
- Linguistic issues
- Teacher education
- Applied sociolinguistics
- Language and technology
- Language for Specific Purposes
- Teacher education
- Technology and language learning


Área temática: Adquisición del español como lengua primera (L1), Alteraciones del lenguaje, Análisis del discurso, Antropología lingüística, Ciencia cognitiva, Español como lengua extranjera (ELE), Español como segunda lengua (EL2), Filosofía del lenguaje, Fonética, Fonología, Historia de la lingüística, Historiografía lingüística, Lengua de señas, Lenguas indígenas o de fuerte tradición oral y/o transmisión comunitaria, Lingüística cognitiva, Lingüística computacional, Lingüística forense, Lingüística histórica, Lingüística románica, Pragmática, Psicolingüística, Semántica, Sociolingüística, Teorías lingüísticas, Terminología, Traducción

Comité científico

Mohammad Alavi, Professor of Language Assessment, Iran
Galina Vladimirovna Kirsanova, Assoc. Prof., Dean of the Faculty of Linguistics, BMSTU, Russia
Alireza Jalilifar, Professor of Applied Linguistics, Iran
Gabriella Klein, Professor of Sociolinguistics, Perugia, Italy
Tatiana Petrovna Skorikova, Professor, Faculty of Linguistics at BMSTU, Russia
Sylwia Adamczak-Krysztofowicz, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Poland
Eleni Leontaridi,Associate Professor, Greece
Nian Liu, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Oklahoma University, USA
Inozemtseva Kira Mikhailovna, Associate Professor, Faculty of Linguistics at BMSTU, Russia
Romanova, Nina Navichna, Associate Professor, Faculty of Linguistics at BMSTU, Russia
Toshinobu Nagamine, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Japan
Anna Kuzio, Assistant Professor, University of Zielona Gora, Poland
Ali Asghar Soltani, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Iran
Delik Fidan, Associate Professor at Kocaeli University, Turkey
Nicos Sifakis, Associate Professor, Hellenic Open University, Greece

Plazo de envío de propuestas: hasta el 25 de mayo de 2019
Notificación de contribuciones aceptadas: 15 de junio de 2019

Lengua(s) oficial(es) del evento: English,

Nº de información: 1

Remitente: Sarah Matin
Institución: Eurasian Applied Linguistics Society (EALS)
Correo-e: <infolingconf.me>

Fecha: 17 de mayo de 2019

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