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Mon Feb 13 2006

Confs: Ling & Literature/Uberlândia-MG, Brazil

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        1.    José Magalhães, 11th International Symposium on Linguistics and Literature

Message 1: 11th International Symposium on Linguistics and Literature
Date: 09-Feb-2006
From: José Magalhães <mgsjosegmail.com>
Subject: 11th International Symposium on Linguistics and Literature

11th International Symposium on Linguistics and Literature
Short Title: SILEL

Date: 22-Nov-2006 - 24-Nov-2006
Location: Uberlândia-MG, Brazil
Contact: José Magalhães
Contact Email: silel2006ileel.ufu.br
Meeting URL: http://www.ileel.ufu.br/silel2006

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature



DATE: 22-Nov-2006 - 24-Nov-2006
LOCATION: Uberlândia, MG, Brazil
CONTACT PERSON: Prof. Dr. José Sueli de Magalhães (silel2006gmail.com)
MEETING E-MAIL: sileel2006ileel.ufu.br

16-April-2006 (Thematic Group coordinators)
31-August-2006 (Thematic Group participants)
31-August-2006 (Poster session)

MAJOR THEME: Language and culture - intersections

Meeting description
Institute of Letras and Linguistics of Federal University of Uberlândia, MG,
Brazil will host the XI National Symposium of Letras and Linguistics (XI SILEL),
its 1st International Symposium on Linguistics and Literature, which aims to
bring together specialists in the areas of language studies (linguistics,
literature, teacher education, applied linguistics, ) favoring an
interdisciplinary dialog.

The Symposium will consist of three types of sessions:
1) Plenary and round-table - with invited speakers;
2) Thematic group session (TG) - will consist of three sessions of 2 hours each,
held over the three consecutive days. Each session will be coordinated by one
Each group will be limited to maximum 24 participants (post-graduate students,
MA or Ph.D).
3) Poster session - will take place meanwhile and is addressed in particular to
young researchers (undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students) but not

We welcome those interested in organizing and coordinating a TG to send a
proposal to silel2006ileel.ufu.br, considering deadline 16th April 2006. The
abstracts must be formatted as following:

a) Times New Roman, size 11 (except the head), 2,0cm inferior and superior
margins; 2,5cm margin on the right and 1,5 cm on the left.
b) Head in bold with capital letters in times new roman 12;
c) Name of the author (s) right after the head and affiliation.
d) Abstract without paragraphs, images or graphics. References are not necessary
but if it is presented should be included in the body of the text (last name,
year and page).

After this date we welcome the ones interested in joining one TG to submit a
proposal. The proposals are to be sent to the TG's coordinator according to a
list published in the Symposium web site (www.ileel.ufu.br/silel2006).
The conference web site is currently under construction; further information
will be posted soon.
Details regarding conference fees and the social program will be announced in
future circulars.

The Symposium Comittee welcomes you all and looks forward to hearing from you.


Prof. Dr. Roberto Daud - President
Prof. Dr. José Sueli de Magalhães
Profa. Dra. Dilma Maria de Mello
Profa. Dra. Elisete Maria de Carvalho Mesquita
Profa. Dra. Elaine Cristina Cintra
Profa Ms. Daisy Rodrigues do Vale
Profa. Ms. Maria Clara Carelli Magalhães Barata
Profa. Ms Margarete dos Santos
Profa Jakeline Fernandes Cunha de Paula

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