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The IJLTIC is an international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in the fields of applied linguistics, translation and interpreting studies, discourse studies and intercultural communication studies. The journal aims at promoting the intercultural perspective on language communication, fostering mutual respect both by major languages and linguistic trends for the local but also respect and understanding of the local before the global in terms of coexistence. In other words, the IJLTIC will serve as a platform for exchanging and generating insights into local linguistic and communicational aspects that deserve global attention and into global perspectives and trends that have an impact locally.

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The German language in the tertiary education landscape in southeastern Europe today and tomorrow: Perspectives for the future.

 

 

We are inviting interested authors to contribute to the edited volume under the title

 

The German language in the tertiary education landscape in southeastern Europe today and tomorrow:

Perspectives for the future.

 

The publication of the volume is planned for May 2017 in the International Journal of Language,

Translation and Intercultural Communication (http://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/latic)

 

The aim of this volume is to record where, how and what kind of courses and degrees with German language

components are taught in higher education institutions  in the southeast of Europe.

 

We are addressing interested authors from

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegowina, Bulgaria, FYROM, Greece, Croatia, Montenegro, Romania,

Serbia, Slovenia to submit paper proposals that provide an overview of the situation in their countries.

 

 

We would welcome papers (in English or German) but not limited to dealing with the following aspects:

 

- At which academic institutions (universities, colleges etc.) and faculties

  (German as a foreign language, Translation, language center, Economics, Law etc.) is German taught?

- The profile of the teaching staff

- The profile of the students

- Historical development of academic teaching in each country

- Research and junior researcher development

- Problems

- Aspects of higher education policy

- Cooperations with academic institutions in german speaking countries

- Connection between theory and practice

- Future perspectives and aims

 

 

Abstracts until the 05.03.2017 (6000-9000 words),

Notification of acceptance 15.03.2017

Full text until  15.05.2017

 

For any questions contact the editors of this volume:

 

Prof. Dr. Stefanos Vlachopoulos stefanos@teiep.gr

Dr. Anna Chita chita@teiep.gr

Alexander Roggenkamp, DAAD Athen, roggenkamp@daad.gr

 

 

 

 
Posted: 2016-11-11
 
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