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Calls: Discourse Analysis, Socioling/Mexico
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1. Joanna Radwanska-Williams ,
17th International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies
Message 1: 17th International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies
From: Joanna Radwanska-Williams <onhajrwipm.edu.mo>
Subject: 17th International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies
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Full Title: 17th International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies
Short Title: IAICS 2011
Date: 06-Jun-2011 - 10-Jun-2011
Location: San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Contact Person: Rebeca Perez Daniel
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ecich.com/iaics.html
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 30-Jan-2011
Xvii International Conference of the International Association of Intercultural Communication Studies (Iaics): We and the Others in Intercultural Communication. Challenges and Possibilities of a Common Space
Location: Corral de Piedra No. 2, Ciudad Universitaria Intercultural,
CP. 29299, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
In the delicate boundaries that exist where diverse cultures meet, representations of the self and the other are crucial. They determine not only subjective perceptions of existing relations between Equals and Differents, but they also influence the communication process. Discussing and clarifying the dimensions of these representations at different levels would allow us to make an overall assessment of Intercultural Communication. Therefore, the topics proposed will let us advance our understanding of these phenomena in today's intercultural relations context. Although we welcome all topics related to intercultural communication, you are invited to especially consider the following topics as a guide to our joint reflection.
1. Historicizing Diversity
2. Language and cultural Education.
3. Dilemmas in the Construction of Public Space in Intercultural Contexts.
4. Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives for a Horizontal Construction of Knowledge.
5. Intercultural Educational Practices: Opening Paths for Dialogue.
6. Territory, development and Identity Processes: from Local to Global.
7. Media in Intercultural Communication.
The languages for the conference are Spanish and English.
To reach San Cristobal, make flight connections from ‘Benito Juarez’ International airport in Mexico City to ‘Angel Albino Corzo’ airport in Tuxtla Gutierrez city (Chiapas). Chiapas airport has direct transportation by taxi and bus to San Cristobal which is only 45 minutes from there.
Autonomus University of Chiapas
Intercultural University of Chiapas
Congress Registration Fee:
Speakers (member): $100
Late fee: $140
Speakers (non-member): $120
Late fee: $160
Late fee: $85
The Congress registration fee entitles you to the closing banquet and all organized activities of the conference. Although the fee is payable at the registration desk during the conference, you are required to fill out a registration form in advance. You are required to fill out a registration form online before April 30, 2011. Late registration fees would be from May 1, 2011.
Director: Rebeca Perez Daniel
Universidad Autonoma de Chiapas
Director: Stefano Sartorello
Universidad Intercultural de Chiapas
Co-director: Sarah Corona Berkin
Universidad de Guadalajara
Co-director: Margaret Usha D’Silva
Institute for Intercultural Communication
Call for Papers:
Abstract: 200-300 words in Spanish or English.
Panel proposal: 300-400 words about the approach the panel and 200-300 words of each panellist.
Deadline: Please submit the abstract or the complete panel proposal by January 30, 2011.
Submission to: iaics2011yahoo.com.mx
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