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Interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference Interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference
Agenda  ¦  14/10/2011  ¦  United Kingdom United Kingdom

Queen's University Belfast is pleased to announce its 1st Interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference (ILinC), a student-led venture to take place on 14-15 October 2011 (Friday and Saturday). This two-day conference is designed to offer participants a stimulating and friendly forum in which they may present and discuss their research findings. Additionally, the event aims at bringing together researchers from different academic divisions carrying out language studies in order to foster cross-disciplinary contact. 
This year's conference theme is ‘Crossing Boundaries: The Impact of Language Studies in Academia and Beyond’. We therefore seek to look into the role played by language studies both within the academic scenario and outside it, paying special attention to the relevance of current language research findings to society in general.

Date: 14-15/10/2011

Organiser: Queen's University Belfast

Country: United Kingdom

Venue:  Belfast




RECIT European Council of Artists (ECA) EUNIC in Brussels
Eurolang European Council of Literary Translators' Associations Culturelink
CMFE (Community Media Forum Europe) European Publishers Council EEE-YFU
European Theatre Convention European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) EUROCLIO
Club de Madrid European Federation of National Institutions for Language Literature Across frontiers
European Forum of Vocational Education and Training European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) FundaciĆ³n Academia Europea de Yuste
Federation of European Publishers Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres
European Federation for Intercultural Learning ALTE European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE)
Federal Union of European Nationalities European Association for Terminology Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU

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