Linguistic Landscapes 9 | Movement and Immobilities
Welcome to the website for the 9th Linguistic Landscapes International Workshop!
! Registration is now open ! Information on travel & accommodation added !
The conference will take place at the University of Luxembourg and will be hosted by the Institute for Luxembourgish language and literature (IPSE) together with the Institute for Research on Multilingualism (ECCS).
Date: 29 to 31 March 2017 | Location: Campus Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette
On this site we will give you practical information concerning the workshop program, travel, accommodation and other things relevant for the workshop.
The workshop will focus on the theme of Movement and Immobilities. These concepts are highly pertinent in a world with so many people on the move, yet also often stuck in their movement. Both Luxembourg as a country and the Belval campus as workshop site directly reflect this dialectics of dynamics and standstill. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the most ethnically diverse, culturally vivid and socio-econoically successful countries in Europe. It is a highly dynamic center of both international finance industry and EU policy. At the same time, many aspects of societal practice remain closely linked to conservative traditions, for example with regard to sociological structuring or discourses about national identity and language policy. The new Belval campus in Esch-sur-Alzette perfectly symbolises this disparity: Built on an old industrial site, a complete new quarter amalgamating science and commerce currently emerges right in between the old industrial architecture that is preserved to a large amount. So renewal and proctection are both constitutive elements of the new semiotic landscape Belval.
The workshop theme is also mirrored by our workshop logo, with automobility being both the most important means to personal mobility in Luxembourg and a major cause for immobility (daily traffic jams) due to the high amount of work-related commuting to Luxembourg city.
The workshop will consist of a series of non-parallel paper presentations (20 minutes each plus 10 minutes discussion time).
Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be submitted through our abstract submission system by 15 November 2016. Abstracts will be peer reviewed by an international scientific committee and our local organising comittee. Notification of acceptance will be sent to contributors by 15 January 2017. Registration for the conference will then open.
See the call for papers for more information about submissions.
Registration for LL9 is open. Please use our registration form to join the workshop.
The conference fee for LL9 is 100€. This includes food during coffee and lunch breaks as well as the conference dinner.
You can transfer the money to the bank account below. Please make sure to mention "Conference fee LL9, R-AGR-0216-10-K" in the subject line. Otherwise we won't get the money from the University bank account. As proof of payment, please upload a pdf or scan of your payment receipt during the registration process or send it to us via email@example.com.
Recipient: Université du Luxembourg
IBAN: LU98 0019 2355 9901 4000
Bank: Banque et Caisse d’Epargne de l’Etat Luxembourg
Subject line: Conference fee LL9, R-AGR-0216-10-K
Kasper Juffermans & Christoph Purschke (Conference chairs)
Gabriele Budach, Julia de Bres, Lucas Duane Bernedo, Peter Gilles, Ingrid de Saint-Georges & Bernardino Tavares (Members of the local organising committee)
Opening call for submissions: 23 September 2016
Deadline for submissions: 15 November 2016
Notification of acceptance: 15 January 2017
Closing of registration: 15 March 2017
Travel & accommodation
Call for papers