KAZAN INTERNATIONAL LINGUISTIC SUMMIT
“CONTEMPORARY LINGUISTICS: THEORY AND PRACTICE”
(Kazan International Linguistic Summit «Contemporary linguistics: theory and practice»),
The main areas of work of the Summit:
- Computer and corpus linguistics
- Paleo-Russian Studies and Digital Humanities
- Cognitive linguistics
- Clinical and neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics
- Traditional linguistics and its digital transformation
- Language means of artistic expression in a literary text
- Russian language: traditions and perspectives
- Tatar language in a multicultural world
- Theory and practice of teaching languages
- Bi- and multilingualism in modern education
Event will be held in a mixed form (online and offline).
Summit website: http://kils.kpfu.ru
Summit partners: Russian Society of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (ROPRYAL), International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL), Federal Educational and Methodological Association in areas of training 45.00.00 Linguistics and literary studies (https://www.fumo.irlc.msu.ru/), Microsoft.
Event will be held in November 14-16, 2022.
The languages the Summit are English, Russian, Tatar.
Registration on the Summit website: http://kils.kpfu.ru
Registration dates are from June 1 to October 15, 2022.
Kazan International Linguistic Summit “Contemporary linguistics: theory and practice” (KILS-2022) will be held in the Kazan Federal University in cooperation with the Institute of Linguistics of RAS.
Materials (articles) written by the participants and uploaded by them during registration on the Summit website will be published in the Summit materials collection (electronic edition). Participation in the Summit is possible without report and submitting an article.
Requirements for articles:
The header of the article should be arranged as follows (all points are obligatory):
- The title of the report (lowercase bold letters, centre alignment)
- Name, patronymic, surname of the author(s) (without abbreviations, centre alignment)
- The name of your organization (no abbreviations, centre alignment)
- Key words and phrases (no more than six)
- UDC (Universal Decimal Classification)
Materials from two to four pages are sent in electronic form: file type – Word document, font – Times New Roman, size – 14 pt, line spacing – single, margins – 2.5 cm on all sides, paragraph indentation – 1 cm, alignment – justified, text without hard hyphenation and without compression. Language of publications: Russian, English, German.
Italics and bold are used for text highlights. Undesirable underlining, capitalization and spacing. The meaning of words and other units is enclosed in apostrophes (‘ ’).
A non-breaking space is used in the following positions (such a space is set by the Shift + Ctrl + Space key combination):
- a) between the initials and the surname (N.I.Bogdanov);
- b) in combinations of a numeral and a noun (XXI century);
- c) in enumerations (lists) after a digit or letter with a dot or parenthesis [1). Text, 1) text, A. Text, a) text].
Spaces are not allowed after the opening parenthesis and before the closing parenthesis.
In places where cited text is abbreviated, the triple hyphen — is used
Illustrations are submitted in one of the common formats (jpg., tiff).
References are given in the text in square brackets and include the author’s surname (or the first word in the book title), publication year, volume / issue / part number (after the comma) and page number (after the colon); see, for example: [Baudouin 1963, 1: 53; Bogoroditsky 1935: 122; Russian 2016: 36].
References (under the heading “Literature”) are located one line after the main text. Publications are described in accordance with the requirements of GOST and are listed alphabetically in an unordered list. At the beginning there are works for which the description is given in Cyrillic, then in Latin and other fonts. If the list contains several works by the same author, then they should be arranged in chronological order.
Notes (not references to literature) are formatted as usual footnotes at the end of the page (footnotes are automatic, numbered; the numbering begins on each page). If possible, please avoid annotations.
Fonts with characters that are not in Times New Roman are uploaded in a separate file along with the article on the conference website. In case of using other fonts in the text (apart from Times New Roman), an electronic copy of the article text in pdf format must be sent to the Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Articles can be submitted in Russian, English or Tatar. All submitted articles are checked in the “Antiplagiat.ru” system for plagiarism. The originality of the text must be at least 80%.
The organizing committee reserves the right to select and edit the submitted materials, return them to the author for revision.
At the end of the Summit, each registered participant will receive an electronic certificate of Summit participation.