Minority languages between localism and globalization
XIX International Conference
University of Cagliari 21-23 February 2019, Cagliari
The increasing plurality of linguistic repertoires, determined by the growing mobility of both individuals’ and groups, has led to the coexistence of old and new varieties and has brought about new needs for integration, on the linguistic level as well.
Specific topic and panels:
Language policy and planning (norms, theory, actions)
Minority languages and language contact: systems and discourse
To submit a proposal, please send an abstract of 600-1000 words (including reference to cited works) to: email@example.com by 30 July 2018. Please specify the chosen presentation format (one of the three illustrated above) and the name and affiliation of presenter(s). The proposals will be sent to the Scientific Committee for a blind review selection process based on the following criteria: (1) adequacy to the chosen format, (2) relevance to the conference theme, (3) clear grounding in existing literature, (4) methodological adequacy, and (5) originality of actual or expected results.
If two or more proposals have the same score, priority might be given to proposals for poster presentations for organisational reasons.
Notification of acceptance will be provided by 30 September 2018.
The conference languages are Italian, English and French.
Authors who are interested in publishing their paper presented at the conference in the Association’s volume “Studi AItLA” are asked to send a full manuscript, written in Italian, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April 2019. The manuscripts will undergo a revision process by the volume’s editors.
For further information please visit the Conference website: https://aitla2019.rhesis.it/.
S. Dal Negro, L. Gavioli, F. Guerini, A. Marra, N. Puddu. I. Pinto, I.E. Putzu
A. Marra, N. Puddu. I. Pinto, I.E. Putzu