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News Perspectives And Approaches To Research, Training And Teaching

Novas perspetivas e abordagens de investigação, formação e ensino

Nuevas perspectivas e nuevos enfoques de investigación, formación y enseñanza

Nouvelles perspectives et approches de recherche, formation et enseignement

International Journeys of Lexiculturology

Jornadas Internacionais de Lexiculturologia

Journées internationales de lexiculturologie

Jornadas Internacionales de Lexiculturología

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Published on Monday, July 05, 2021 by João Fernandes

Summary

The International Journeys of Lexiculturology – promoted by the Linguistics Centre of New Lisbon University – constitute an annual scientific forum for the presentation, development, deepening, consolidation and expansion of research, training and teaching issues related to lexiculture – the culture implicit in the lexicon – from an intra, pluri, inter and/or transdisciplinary perspective. Works – in Portuguese, English, French and Spanish – that are explicitly inscribed in the general theme of JIL2021 – Lexiculturology – New perspectives and approaches to research, training and teaching – will be accepted.

Announcement

International Journeys of Lexiculturology, NOVA Lisbon University, 2-3 December 2021

Argument

The International Journeys of Lexiculturology – promoted by the Linguistics Centre of Lisbon New University (NOVA CLUNL) – constitute an annual scientific forum for the presentation, development, deepening, consolidation and expansion of research, training and teaching issues related to lexiculture – the culture implicit in the lexicon – from an intra, pluri, inter and/or transdisciplinary perspective.

Although the concept of lexiculture emerged in the penultimate decade of the twentieth century, within the framework of Lexiculturology, a discipline inscribed in the field of Didactology of Languages-Cultures, it came to deserve in an extensive and intensive way, especially from the beginning of the current century, the attention, both declarative and procedural, of other domains of scientific research, namely Linguistics in general and Lexicology, Lexicography and Terminology in particular, both in the corresponding single and/or conjugated disciplinary plans, or in their (inter)relationship with the field of Education in and through Languages-Cultures and their respective didactology, didactic and/or methodological approaches.

The first edition (exclusively online) of the International Journeys of Lexiculturology (JIL2021 in Portuguese), as a pioneering scientific forum for lexiculturological reflection and discussion, has as nuclear strategic purposes – reciprocally complementary – to identify, characterize and discern the disciplinary, singular and/or conjugate perspectives, of study of lexiculture, as well as to understand and determine the contribution, effective or potential, of these perspectives of study of lexiculture and, consequently, of that same object of study for the corresponding scientific and/or societal domains.

Taking into account these nuclear strategic purposes of an exploratory nature, the call for papers from JIL2021 does not establish thematic axes a priori, however, the proposals for contribution should demonstrate in a concrete manner the essential, structural, functional and/or teleological relevance of lexiculture and corresponding study perspectives for the respective disciplinary and/or societal domains.

The first edition of the International Journeys of Lexiculturology would like to honour and recognize the scientific and academic legacies of the late Professor Robert Galisson, creator of the concept of lexiculture and founder of Lexiculturology, and the late Professor Teresa Lino, researcher in Lexicology, Lexicography and Terminology at NOVA CLUNL and pioneer of the national and international foreground of the inclusion of lexiculture in these disciplines.

Submission guidelines

General principles

  • Communications must be explicitly included in the JIL2021 general theme.
  • Communications can be individual or collective.

Proposals submission

  • Each (individual or collective) communication proposal must be submitted in the corresponding presentation language.
  • Communication proposals (summaries), with a minimum and maximum of 2 000 and 2 500 characters (spaces included), respectively, must be registered and submitted, via the corresponding application form, on the JIL2021 website, by 10/09/2021.

  • Each collective communication proposal must be presented and submitted exclusively by the respective first proposing co-author; the process of nomination and registration of the remaining co-author(s), to be initiated by the JIL2021 Organizing Committee, will only occur after the eventual approval of the referred proposal by the JIL2021 Scientific Committee. 

Proposals selection

  • The selection of communication proposals will result from the decision of approval or rejection – definitive and non-appealable, without the need for reasoning and/or justification – by the JIL2021 Scientific Committee.
  • Decisions to approve or reject communication proposals will be based on the results of a confidential process of double-anonymous peer review.
  • Decisions to approve and reject the communication proposals will be communicated, by the JIL2021 Organizing Committee, by email, to the (first) respective proponent, by 09/30/2021.
  • Approved communication proposals will be edited and published in a Communications Summary Book (in PDF format with ISBN and DOI), exclusively on the JIL2021 website, on 10/30/2021.

Communications presentation

  • Individual communications must be presented by the respective proponent.
  • Collective communications must be presented only by one of the respective proponents.
  • Communications will be presented orally (20 minutes maximum), with or without multimedia support, in one of the working languages of JIL2021.
  • Communications will be presented in parallel and simultaneous sessions of a maximum of 3 communications per session.
  • Communications will be grouped on the basis – whenever possible – of the combination of both thematic and disciplinary criteria (regardless of the working language).
  • In each presentation session, the general discussion (20 minutes) of the respective communications will take place immediately after the presentation of the last communication of the corresponding block.

Proceedings

  • For the purpose of eventual publication – in one of the working languages of the scientific meeting – in the JIL2021 Proceedings, the full texts of the communications effectively presented must comply with a set of writing and formatting rules that will be the object of dissemination, on the JIL2021 website, on 01/01/2022, under open access, as well as free for downloading and printing.
  • The full texts of the communications effectively presented must be registered and submitted, on the JIL2021 website, by 02/28/2022 (limit date without delay). 
  • The inclusion of the full texts of the communications effectively presented in the JIL2021 Proceedings will be a function of the corresponding approval decisions – definitive and non-appealable, without the need for reasoning and/or justification – of the JIL2021 Scientific Committee.
  • Decisions to approve and reject the full texts of communications effectively presented will depend on the results of a anonymous peer review process.
  • Decisions to approve and reject the full texts of the communications effectively presented will be communicated, by the JIL2021 Organizing Committee, by email, to the (first) respective (co-)author.
  • The JIL2021 Proceedings (in PDF format with ISBN and DOI) will be exclusively edited and published on the JIL2021 website, on 06/30/2022, in an open access regime, as well as free for download and printing.

Observations

  • Only communications whose authors are registered in JIL2021 can be effectively presented.
  • The effective presentation of a collective communication can only occur if all co-authors of the corresponding proposal are registered in JIL2021.

Scientific committee

  •  Alexandre Chicuna | Universidade Agostinho Neto, Angola
  •  Augusto Soares da Silva | Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal
  •  Carlos Assunção | Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal
  •  Carlos Maciel | Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, França
  •  Carmen Guillén Díaz | Universidade de Valladolid, Espanha
  •  Clara Ferrão Tavares | Instituto Politécnico de Santarém, Portugal
  •  Ieda Maria Alves | Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
  •  Jana Altmanova | Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale, Itália
  •  Jean Pruvost | Université de Cergy-Pontoise, França
  •  John Humbley | Université de Paris, França
  •  Manuel Célio Conceição | Universidade do Algarve, Portugal
  •  Maria Tereza Zanola | Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Itália
  •  Paulo Osório | Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
  •  Paulo V. Reis Afonso | Instituto Superior de Ciências da Educação de Luanda, Angola
  •  Philippe Blanchet | Université de Rennes 2, França
  •  Rute Costa | Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  •  Xavier Blanco Escoda | Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Espanha

Places

  • NOVA CLUNL - Colégio Almada Negreiros, gabinete 343 - Avenida de Berna, 26-C
    Lisbon, Portugal (1069-061 Lisboa)

Date(s)

  • Friday, September 10, 2021

Keywords

  • lexiculturologia, linguística, didactologias das línguas-culturas

Contact(s)

  • Jacques Silva
    courriel : jil [at] fcsh [dot] unl [dot] pt

Information source

  • Jacques Silva
    courriel : jil [at] fcsh [dot] unl [dot] pt

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« News Perspectives And Approaches To Research, Training And Teaching », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, July 05, 2021, https://calenda.org/894390

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