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27th FILLM Congress
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John Benjamins Prize
Updated: 14 March 2017
27th FILLM Congress: Plenary Talk Available Online
The talk Professor Tania Lewis (RMIT University, Melbourne) was meant to deliver as a plenary lecture at the 27th FILLM Congress this week is now available online. Check it out!
27th FILLM Congress: Programme Available
The programme for the 27th FILLM Congress is now available for download.
27th FILLM Congress: Plenary Cancellation
We're sorry to announce Professor Tania Lewis won't be able to attent the Delhi Congress. However, a video recording of her paper will be made available soon.
27th FILLM Congres: Plenary Speakers
The plenary speakers for the 27th FILLM Congress have now been announced.
27th FILLM Congress: Registration Open
It is now possible to register for the 27th FILLM Congress!
27th FILLM Congress: Travel and Accommodation Info Available
Information about travel and accommodation in connection with the 27th FILLM Congress in Delhi next year is now available.
27th FILLM Congress: Venue Information Available
Information about the venue of the 27th FILLM Congress in Delhi next year is now available.
CfP: Deadline for 27th FILLM Congress Extended
The deadline for submitting abstracts to the 27th FILLM Congress in Delhi next year has been extended till 15 September 2016.
NB. Wrong Email in CfP for 27th FILLM Congress
Please be aware that Call for Papers for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India has contained a wrong email address for submitting proposals.
CfP: 27th FILLM Congress
The Call for Papers for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India from 15-17 March 2017 is now out! The Congress theme is "The Familiar and the Exotic in Language and Literature: The Politics of Perception and Representation".
27th FILLM Congress Webpages Online
The webpages for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India in March 2017 are now online. There you can find the call for papers and all other relevant information.
FILLM Podcast: Prof. Anvita Abbi
In FILLM's second podcast, Professor Abbi talks about "Vanishing Voices: What Happens When Langauge Dies".
FILLM Podcast: Dr Sukrita Paul Kumar
FILLM's first ever podcast. Dr Sukrita Paul Kumar (University of Delhi) talks on "Multiculturalism and Multilingualism in India".