JUN 11

GSTF L3 - 7th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature & Linguistics

   

Conference CFP

  

 

When:

  11 Jun 2018 through 12 Jun 2018

CFP Deadline:

  11 Jun 2018

Where:

  , Singapore

Website URL:

  http://www.l3-conference.org/

Sponsoring organization:

  Global Science and Technology Forum

Categories:

  Arts & Humanities > Languages/Literature

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Event description:

GSTF Best Paper Awards 2017 Best Research Paper Dr. Fang Li Wuhan University, China Prof. Marilyn Sephocle Howard University, USA Matthew John Absalom University of Melbourne, Australia Best Student Paper Shiao Ying Sharon Chu Chinese University of Hong Kong Best Paper Awards 2016 Best Research Paper Assoc. Prof. Bryan Carter University of Arizona, USA Best Student Paper Ms. Xinxin Zhang Northwestern Polytechnical University, China Previous Years Best Paper Awards Indexed By Crossref logo and others Conference Theme Language is at a nexus of interrelationships between individuals, society and culture. The interface between language and literature has been the object of considerable interdisciplinary research on methods of analysis that can be applied across the two fields and their sub-areas. Less research has focused, however, on the influence of the new technologies on this interface, which transcends borders and cultures, advanced visualization along with the process of translation adds additional dimensions to the already complex picture. As the technological landscape continues to evolve, ideas related through literature, other modes of artistic expression and language are part of that which is being researched through the Digital Humanities. Understanding culture, diversity and inclusion through technology and discussing ways to support the creative research being conducted adds even more unique complexity to our evolving conference themes . The 6th Annual International Conference on L3 will examine the various issues and factors that intervene at the interface of language and literature, technology and the Digital Humanities, not least, the diverse cultural context(s) in which all of these are situated. The themes of the conference are: Second-Language Acquisition Linguistics Digital Humanities Public Service Interpreting and Translation Translation and Interpreting Comparative Literature Curriculum Design

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