International Conference
of Foreign
Languages

Shaping freedom(s): legacies, practices and projections

28-29 October 2021
Bragança, Portugal

CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION

Due to several requests, the Organising Committee of the 4th CILE has decided to extend the deadline for submitting proposals until July, 17. Notification of acceptance of proposals: until September 2, 2021

presentation


“Let freedom ring” was the closing motto of Martin Luther King’s renowned speech, icon of the civil rights movement in the USA. The 1963 speech “I have a dream” echoed around the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC and is an unavoidable milestone of the 1960s, thus accomplishing what had been foreseen in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948. The last century is distinguishable not only because of its two World Wars and the Cold War, but also because of its vertiginous succession of dictatorial regimes in Europe, such as the ones in Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal. Also noteworthy are numerous despotic regimes in Latin America or in Asia, namely in North Korea and China.

Since the abolition of slavery (Haiti being the first country, in 1804) and of the death penalty (in the State of Michigan, in 1846) to the suffragette movement emerging in the 19th century, the world has witnessed fights for universal suffrage, for the social equality of black people, of people with disabilities and of the LGBTIQ+ community, for the adaptation of feminism and for the conquest of freedom among minority groups, refugees and migrants. The cases and examples are plenty and for this reason we would like to urge the 4th CILE to question and debate all these freedoms and their multiple manifestations, since freedom of speech, unfolding as it was, is or can be challenged by political regimes, by governing bodies and by people in its diverse contexts. Also, we aim to examine freedom of the press and individual freedom in itself.

Deadlines and other information


Data

July 17, 2021

final deadline for submission of presentations, panels and roundtable proposals - résumé avec un maximum de 300 mots.

Data

September 2, 2021

authors’ notification, including those who do not wish to publish their paper

Data

15th November 2021

submission of full papers for the double-blind peer review process

Data

31st January

notification of authors for final revision of papers

Data

28th February

final version paper submission

information

The publication of the selected papers will be done in the form of online Proceedings with ISBN.

A maximum of 2 papers per author will be accepted, either individually or in group.

Platform for the submission of abstracts: http://conferencias.ese.ipb.pt/
(Click on ‘Call for Papers’: at the end of the page you will find ‘Passo um do processo de submissão’; registration is required)

Further information through the e-mail: cile@ipb.pt

We will accept both remote (online or pre-recorded) and onsite presentations.

Registration

(including documentation and coffee breaks)


  • Onsite
  • €80
  • Early bird until 20th September 2021
  • Onsite
  • €100
  • After 20th September or upon arrival
  • Online
  • €40
  • Early bird until 20th September 2021
  • Online
  • €50
  • After 20th September or upon arrival
  • APEF and ReCLes members
  • €60
  • Early bird until 20th September 2021
  • APEF and ReCLes members
  • €80
  • After 20th September or upon arrival
  • IPB students and non-presenting participants
  • €20
  • Early bird until 20th September 2021
  • IPB students and non-presenting participants
  • €30
  • After 20th September or upon arrival

Programme


Programme information coming soon.

Programme information coming soon.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


Katrin Pieper

Katrin Pieper studied Translation at the University of Leipzig and specialised in Audiovisual Translation. After graduating, she worked as a subtitler for opera, documentaries and films, before continuing her career as a translation project manager for MTV and other TV channels. Since 2011, she has been living in Portugal, where she works as a freelance subtitler and translator, as well as a German professor, at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Coimbra. Currently, she is focused on writing her doctorate thesis on the censorship of subtitling in the Estado Novo in Portugal, at the same faculty.

Organising Committee ESE-IPB


Alexia Dotras Bravo Ana Maria Alves Cláudia Martins Dominique Guillemin Elisabete Mendes Silva Isabel Chumbo

Scientific Committee


Alexia Dotras BravoESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Ana Clara SantosUniversidade do Algarve, Portugal
Ana Cláudia GonçalvesEscola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril, Portugal
Ana Cristina MendesFaculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Ana Isabel MonizUniversidade da Madeira, Portugal
Ana Maria AlvesESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Blanca Ripoll SintesUniversidade de Barcelona, Portugal
Camino Guitiérrez LanzaFaculdade de Filosofia e Letras, Universidade de Léon, Espanha
Carla GomesEscola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril, Portugal
Carlos Pazos-JustoILCH, Universidade do Minho, Portugal
Cláudia MartinsESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Diego Santos SánchezUniversidade de Alcala, Espanha
Dominique FariaUniversidade dos Açores, Portugal
Dominique GuilleminESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Elisabete Mendes SilvaESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Esther Torres-SimónUniversidade Rovira i Virgili, Espanha
Fernando Ferreira AlvesUniversidade do Minho, Portugal
Francisco José Fidalgo EnríquezUniversidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Graça Bigotte ChorãoISCAP, Instituto Politécnico do Porto, Portugal
Isabel ChumboESE, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Joana AguiarInstituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
João DominguesFaculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
Jorge Almeida e PinhoFaculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
José Domingues de AlmeidaFaculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, Portugal
José Ignacio Vázquez DiéguezUniversidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Luciana Cabral PereiraInstituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Manuel Moreira da SilvaISCAP, Instituto Politécnico do Porto, Portugal
María Antonia Mezquita FernándezUniversidade de Valladolid, Espanha
María del Carmen Arau RibeiroInstituto Politécnico da Guarda, Portugal
Maria de Jesus CabralFaculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Mark DaubneyESECS, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, Portugal
Marta Saracho ArnáizInstituto Politécnico do Porto, Portugal
Natasa PavlovicUniversidade de Zagreb, Croácia
Reinaldo SilvaUniversidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Sofia BerganoInstituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Tamara AllerInstituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Zaida Vila CarneiroUniversidade de Castilla La Mancha, Espanha