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CIL 2017 : Current Issues of Linguistics


When Apr 20, 2017 - Apr 20, 2017
Where Saint-Petersburg
Submission Deadline Apr 3, 2017

Call For Papers

6th Interacademic Conference with International Participation
“Current Issues of Linguistics (CIL)”
Saint-Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI), Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation,

April 20th, 2017

Call deadline: 03-Apr-2017

Call for Papers:

The objective of the 6th Interacademic CIL Conference is to provide its participants with a platform to exchange the latest research results in the field of linguistics. Faculty, students and research groups are invited to present their papers and share their views on current issues of linguistics.

Types of presentation: panel discussion, research-based or practice-oriented presentation, workshop;
Working languages: Russian and English.
Please choose from the following strands when you submit your paper:
o Current Problems of General, Comparative and Typological Linguistics;
o Intercultural Communication as a Linguistic Issue;
o Current Problems of Slavic and Baltic Linguistics.

o Structural Linguistics and Language Models in Cognitive and Semantic Aspects;
o Functional Linguistics, Discourse Theory and Text Linguistics.

o Current Issues of Phonosemantics.
Conference Information

The 6th Interacademic Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics (CIL)” is organized by Foreign Languages Department of Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI).

Submission Guidelines and Formatting Requirements:
1. Authors are requested to submit their papers and application forms before April 2nd, 2017.
2. All papers have to be written in DOC or DOCX format, using Microsoft Office Word, without footnotes, graphs, drawings and listings. Links to literature sources are to be specified in square brackets.
2.1 Margins: top and bottom – 2 cm each; left – 3 cm, right – 1,5 cm each;
2.2 Font: "Times New Roman"; font-size: 14 pt; font-style: regular;
2.3 Paragraph: single line spacing; spacing before: 1 cm; alignment: justified.
Please note that papers will not be edited by the Organizing Committee.
The following information should be specified in the separate lines before the text: last names, initials of the authors; name of the organization, e-mail address [left alignment, without spacing, an empty line] and the title of the paper [center alignment, without spacing]; "Times New Roman" font, 14-pt size, single spacing. Papers have to be minimum 5 and maximum 7 pages long.
3. The papers and application forms are to be sent by e-mail to
The Conference Proceedings will be sent to the authors in the electronic form just after the Conference.
Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI)
5 Professora Popova str., 197376 Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.
Tel/Fax: 7 (812)2340478

Application Form
6th Interacademic Conference Current Issues of Linguistics (CIL)

Postal address
Telephone number
Name of the college or university
Address of the college or university
I intend to submit a paper entitled
On-site / remote participation

Yours sincerely,
the Organizing Committee of the Conference

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