The International Philological Congress – Kuban State University, from April 27 to 30, 2020

by admin on 18.11.2019

Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
Kuban State University
Faculty of Romanic-Germanic Philology

Dear colleagues!

In 2020 Kuban State University celebrates its100th anniversary! We invite you to take part in the International Philological Congress dedicated to the anniversary of the university and the 80th anniversary of the Faculty of Romanic-Germanic Philology. The Congress will be held at Kuban State University from April 27 to 30, 2020.
We are glad to invite scholars, researchers, teachers of secondary schools, graduate students, undergraduates, students to participate in the congress.
The purpose of the congress is to present and discuss current issues in the field of theoretical and applied linguistics, literary criticism, methods of teaching foreign languages, translation and intercultural communication as well as the role of the language in the modern world.

Topics of the conference:
1. Language and Culture.
2. Theory and Practice of Discourse in Various Dimensions.
3. Linguistics and Pragmatics.
4. Cognition and Communication.
5. Modern Aspects of Literary Research.
6. Modern Areas of Media Research and Internet Communication.
7. Problems of Phraseology and Paremiology.
8. Methods and Didactics of Teaching Foreign Languages.
9. Translation: Theory, Practice, Modern Approaches.
10. The Greek language: History, Literature, Philosophy and Culture.
11. Diachronic Studies in German Studies.
The conference languages are Russian, English, German, French, Modern Greek.
Hard Copy of the papers is planned to be ready for the beginning of the conference.
Publication is free.
The papers are indexed at the Russian Science Citation Index system.
Only full-time participation in the congress is acceptable.
Unfortunately, we cannot bear the costs of accommodation and transportation, but we are ready to help you with finding a hotel.
During the conference, a cultural program is expected, information about this will be sent later.
Timing of the reports: at the plenary session – 20 min; at the breakout session – 15 min.

Call for papers: applications are accepted until December 20, 2019, articles for publication are due by January 15, 2020.

Graduate students and undergraduates should attach a review of the supervisor to the text of the article.
The application and article are sent as attachments in an e-mail to the address:
File names should include the name of the participant (for example: Ivanov_Application.doc, Ivanov_Article.doc).
In the subject line: Philological Congress.
The decision to publication is made by the editorial board.
The organizing committee reserves the right to reject abstracts and articles that do not meet the Congress content requirements.

Application for participation in the International Philological Congress
Surname, name, patronymic (fully)
Country, city
Place of work (fully and abbreviated)
Academic degree
Home address
Title of the report
Section of participation
Brief annotation and keywords in Russian and English
Consent to post your article in the electronic library with assignment of the RSCI
YES / NO index
The need for technical means for the presentation of the report:
The need for an official invitation

When sending in the manuscript of an article for publication, it is presumed that the author transfers the right to place the text of the article in the Russian Science Citation Index system:; on the platform of the scientific electronic library “Cyberleninka” and on other information resources in order to promote the publication and optimize indicators of publication activity.

Requirements for the design of the article
1. The article should be 6-8 pages; font Times New Roman, 14 pt, spacing – 1; margins of 2 cm; the text is formatted in width, the indent for the paragraph is 1.25 cm. The text should be submitted in electronic form.
2. The list of references under the heading “List of References” is cited right after the main text of the article after a line break and is made out in accordance with the rules of the bibliographic description. The list of references is numbered manually (not automatically).
3. The sources of examples are cited in a separate list without numbering under the heading ‘Sources’.
4. References are made in the text of the article in square brackets with the serial number of the source in the alphabetical order and page number as in the example [1, p. 15] or without specifying pages [1]. The use of automatic page links is not allowed. Sources of examples in the text of the article are given in parentheses, while the names of the authors of these sources are written in lowercase letters.
6. The title of the article is indicated in capital bold letters and is centered. The next line is skipped.
7. The initials and surname of the author (s) are indicated in lowercase bold letters and are centered. The next line is skipped.
8. The name of the organization, the city are indicated in lowercase italics letters. The next line is skipped.
9. Abstract (5-6 lines).
10. Without skipping a line, keywords (5-7 words) are indicated. (See the example below). The next line is skipped.
11. The text of the article.
12. The article ends with a list of references. The surname and initials of the authors of the list should be written in italics. (See the example below). The next line is skipped.
13. If the text of the article contains examples from literary texts, etc., then their sources must be typed in a separate list without numbering. (See the example below). The next line is skipped.
14. The information about the authors is indicated at the end of the article: full name in lowercase bold letters in italics, then a dash is placed, after which the academic degree, rank, position, e-mail is indicated. (See the example below).
We urge you to observe the following:
15. The initials of a name and surname are drawn up using an inextricable (linked) space: I.V. Ivanov. (Standard keyboard shortcut: Shift + Ctrl + spacebar.)
16. Please remove the hyperlinks in the text of the article, if any.
17. Please do not confuse the dash and hyphen.
18. When quoting, the quotation marks “… ˮ are used.
19. If there is an epigraph, right-justification is used, the author’s name is indicated under the epigraph in lowercase letters in italics.
20. When reducing the quotation or omitting (part or more) the sentences inside should be noted as follows:
Full quote <...> full quote
Sentence of a quote with omitted words at the end (last word) … <...> … sentence of a quote with omitted initial words (first word).
21. When quoting or citing examples, the page should be indicated with the English letter p.: [1, p. 15], to indicate the source of examples – (1, p. 15).
22. The tables are marked as:
Table 1 (in bold). The name of the table.
23. When re-indicating the source used, the abbreviation Ibid is acceptable. in square brackets [Ibid.] for references, or in parentheses () for sources of examples (Ibid.). 

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