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Call for Paper

The objective of ICCLL is to provide a forum for scientists, researchers and students to discuss and exchange their new ideas, novel results, work in progress and experience on all aspects of Culture, Languages and Literature. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Language for Specific Purposes
Language Education
Language, Literature and Ideology
Autonomy in language learning
Teaching language skills and elements
Literature and Culture in Language Learning and Teaching
Culture, Communication and Identity
Variety of World Englishes 
Intercultural Communication
Culture Studies
Creativity and innovation in language teaching
Literature and English teaching
Critical thinking in language learning
Cultural issues in language teaching
Literature as Articulation of Culture
Women Writers and Images of Women
Representation and Resistance in Post-colonial Literature
Diaspora Identities
Literature as Social Discourse
Literature and Globalization
Contemporary Approaches to Literature
Geopolitical Issues in Literature
Language, Gender and Power
Language in Literature
Narrative Texts and Narrative Coherence
Literary Pragmatics
Literary Semantics
Role of literature in Developing Pragmatic Competence
Discourse Analysis
Language and Culture
English Language and Globalization
Language and Literature for Knowledge and Value in a Globalizing World
Language and Literature for Human Understanding and World Peace