The proposals submitted to the event can be aligned with (but do not need to be restricted to) the following thematic lines:
- • Body standardization processes
- • Discursive constructions and images: network circulation
- • Language teaching and learning
- • Translating and cross-cultural practices
- • Language education
- • Language policies
- • Emerging and hybrid epistemologies
- • Strategies of power and resistance
- • Discursive practices and information and communication technologies
Submission of proposals
There will be two types of presentation: oral communications and posters.
Oral communications will be organized in topic-oriented discussion sessions. Each researcher will have 15 minutes to present their paper. Discussions will be held at the end of the session. This category of participation is reserved for Doctors, M.A.´s and graduate students. Researchers at the undergraduate level may submit papers in this category as coauthors of their advisors and only if their advisors are also present in the presentation. Each discussion session will be mediated by a guest researcher, who will be responsible for opening, leading and closing each session. This organization aims to establish a logic that allows a cohesion in the discussions and, above all, a deepening of concepts and theories.
Posters will have a specific presentation session lasting one hour. In this category, proposals may be submitted by Doctors, M.A.´s, graduate and undergraduate researchers.
Guidelines for preparing and submitting the abstract
Proposals for both types of presentation should be submitted in abstract format containing between 250 and 300 words. Abstracts should indicate, at the top of the page, the desired subject line, if any, be written in Times New Roman font, size 11 and should have a bold, centered title with only the first letter capitalized and one line below the title, on the right: name(s) of author(s) (maximum 3 per work), academic degree of each author, together with the acronym of institutional affiliation between parentheses, just after the name(s), on the same line. The text must be followed by three keywords that are not in the title, each in capital letters and all separated by a semicolon. The abstracts should explain: theme, question and corpus of research, orientations and / or theoretical problematizations and preliminary or final conclusions of the study. Each participant may submit at most one paper as the main author and one as coauthor.