Call for Papers

The 3rd International Conference on the Philosophy of Language, Literature, and Linguistics, to be held by 2-3 December, 2022 in Baku, Azerbaijan, as did its predecessors, aims to bring together academics running the broadest possible of language studies in sharing their scholarly work. Any academic event of this kind promises to realize the negotiation of intimate academic and interpersonal relationships within which our findings, ideas and professionalism could be exchanged, modified and developed.

 

This year conference's special focus is assumed:

  • 'Post-transition contextsand theories: many voices,  various platforms, bridges
  • Colonial and metropolitan prisms   
  • 'Developing' and 'developed countries' terms and their content  
  • Parallels with medieval transitions
  • Parallels with pre-medieval transitions  
  • Interpretation of cultural and social context of the text (as to say, shaped as socialist realism, Sufism), word, rite, a concept in new realities context; 

 

General Themes and Topics call for the papers submitted to ICPL2022:

 

Linguistics

  • Cognitive linguistics
  • Literary linguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Functional linguistics
  • Semantics and Pragmatics
  • Linguistic anthropology/ethnography
  • Culture, identity and language
  • Gender studies in linguistics
  • Globalization and world Englishes

 

Applied Linguistics

  • The philosophy of applied linguistics
  • Second and Foreign language acquisition
  • Technology and Language education
  • Trends in language teaching methodology
  • Discourse analysis
  • Literary Discourse analysis
  • Bilingual education
  • English for specific purposes
  • Research methods in applied linguistics
  • Literacy studies
  • Educational linguistics
  • Critical applied linguistics
  • Politics of language education
  • Politics, ideology, and orthography
  • Translation studies

 

Literature

  • Azeri literature in English
  • Poetry, Novel and Drama
  • History of English Literature
  • Literary Criticism
  • Feminism in Literature
  • Postcolonial literature
  • Oriental perspectives of Literature
  • Literature and media
  • Environmental literature and Ecocriticism
  • Comparative literary studies
  • Gender and Literature
  • Race and Literature
  • Identity in Literature
  • Civilization and Literature
  • Post-colonial studies

 

In line with tradition and the accepted code, the submitted abstracts will undergo evaluation by the Scientific Committee. Should the abstract be accepted, the author can optionally send the full paper, including extended discussions, results, tables, figures, references, etc. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Abstracts and full paper manuscripts should meet the templates and guidelines provided by the conference format.

Important Dates

Main Conference Days:

2-3 December, 2022

Abstract Submission Deadline:

1 November, 2022


Notification of Acceptance / Conference Registration Opening:

28 October, 2022

Extended date of abstradct submission:

1 November, 2022


Full Paper Submission:

1 November, 2022


Registration Closing:

12 November, 2022