LINGUIST List 33.2085

Wed Jun 22 2022

Calls: Anthro Ling, Gen Ling, Philosophy of Lang, Psycholing, Socioling/Poland

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>



Date: 19-Jun-2022
From: Anna Wojtyś <a.wojtysuw.edu.pl>
Subject: 1st International Humanities – Society – Identity Congress
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Full Title: 1st International Humanities – Society – Identity Congress
Short Title: HSIC

Date: 07-Dec-2022 - 09-Dec-2022
Location: Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Warsaw, Dobra street 55, Poland
Contact Person: Anna Wojtyś
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://hsic.wn.uw.edu.pl/

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics; Philosophy of Language; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Aug-2022

Meeting Description:

Hosted by the Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Warsaw, the Congress embraces the studies of all aspects of Humanities – Society – Identity, such as literature, language, linguistics, culture, social research, migration, minorities, or memory studies. The Congress will take place from Wednesday, December 7, to Friday, December 9, 2022 in the new building of the Faculty of Modern Languages, Dobra Street 55, Warsaw, Poland.

Each day will begin with a plenary lecture followed by two general sessions devoted to the main themes of the Congress. Additionally, there will be special networking sessions coordinated by Research Groups affiliated to the Faculty of Modern Languages, and offering an overview of new trends in cultural and linguistic research, in non-anthropocentric approaches, visual communication, manuscript studies, digital humanities, ethnography of communication, etc.

Young researchers will have Speed-Dating sessions: “The Voice of the Next Generation” in a virtual venue. There will also be evening debates on the themes of Artificial Intelligence, Migrations and the Non-Anthropocentric Perspective. The Congress will be accompanied by an exhibition of photos submitted by BA, MA and PhD students for the FOCUS ON competition and featuring their take on the three main themes of the Congress.

The Congress will offer traditional in-person sessions. The Speed-Dating sessions for young researchers will be organized online on a special platform. Both sessions and debates will be streamed on the YouTube channel of the Faculty.

The main sessions and debates will be held in English. The language(s) of the sessions coordinated by Research Groups are subject to negotiation with the organizers.

Call for Papers:

For general sessions the Congress Programme Committee invites submissions for papers discussing various aspects of Humanities – Society – Identity, including, but not limited to, literature, language, linguistics, culture, social research, migration, minorities, memory studies, and identity.

Please submit your presentation abstract (250—300 words). Presentations will be approximately 15-20 minutes each followed by 10 minute discussion.

The deadline is 31 August 2022.

For Speed-Dating sessions for young researchers please submit a presentation abstract (200 words) of the research project you would like to show to your potential future partners. Presentations will be approximately 10 minutes each.
The deadline is 31 August 2022.

All proposals should be sent to: hsicwn.uw.edu.pl

Please indicate the theme of your presenation: Humanities, Identity or Society.


Each day will begin with a plenary lecture followed by two general sessions devoted to the main themes of the Congress.

Additionally, there will be special networking sessions coordinated by Research Groups affiliated to the Faculty of Modern
Languages, and offering an overview of new trends in cultural and linguistic research, in non-anthropocentric approaches, visual communication, manuscript studies, digital humanities, ethnography of communication, etc.

Young researchers will have Speed-Dating sessions: “The Voice of the Next Generation” in a virtual venue. There will also be evening debates on the themes of Artificial Intelligence, Migrations and the Non-Anthropocentric Perspective.




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