ELS15 International conference on 'Education, Language and Society'

Country: USA

City: Redlands

Abstr. due: 10.06.2015

Dates: 03.08.15 — 06.08.15

Area Of Sciences: Pedagogy;

Organizing comittee e-mail: inquiry@els15.org

Organizers: Redlands University & Murray Institute for Global Studies


The Center for Educational of Justice (CEJ) at the University of Redlands and the Murray Institute for Global Studies (MIGS) invite the submission of proposals for paper presentations at the ELS15 International conference on“Education, Language and Society” to be held at the University of Redlands on August 3-6, 2015.
The ELS15 is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary international conference that provides a multinational platform to bring together professors, researchers, and students of higher education to discuss new trends and discover the most recent research in all fields of education, language, and society. Our atmosphere is both welcoming and multicultural.
Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for papers and posters/demonstrations that offer new research or theoretical insights. Presentations should address both theoretical issues and new research findings. Topic areas are left intentionally broad to encourage a range of backgrounds, ideas, and discussions.
Currently, we are inviting proposals for paper presentations addressing the following topics, though this list is by no means exhaustive:

•    Ethical issues in education
•    Religion and education
•    Barriers to learning, including ethnicity, age, and sociocultural factors
•    Emerging trends in higher education
•    Curriculum research and development
•    Academic measurement and evaluation
•    Education, research, and globalization
•    Language education
•    ESL/TSL
•    Adult and continuing education
•    Family education
•    Comparative education
•    Educational communication and technology
•    E-learning & information technology in the classroom

Language & Linguistics
•    Stylistics and philology
•    Historical and contemporary linguistics
•    Literary theory & criticism
•    Comparative literature,
•    Genre discussion and theory
•    Discussion of literary history and period
•    Specialty literature, including women’s literature and young adult

•    Understanding and fostering culturally diverse classrooms
•    The intersection of race and culture in the classroom
•    Religious values and daily life
•    Religious identity
•    Individual identity, including gender, ethnicity, nationality, race, etc.
•    Group identities across regions, nations, and cultures
•    Nationalism and ethnicity in education

Conference Web-Site: http://www.els15.org/