Functional Aspects of Intercultural Communication. Translation and Interpreting Issues

Former titles:
2014 – 2017 FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND TRANSLATION ISSUES (Vol.1-4)
2018 – FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND TRANSLATION PROBLEMS (Vol.5)
2019 – FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION. TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING ISSUES (Vol.6)

Established in 2014 
1 issue per year 
ISSN 2686-8199 (print)
ISSN                     (online)
Publishing House: RUDN University
Address: 3 Ordzhonikidze st., 115419, Moscow, Russia 
Ph. +7 (495) 952-04-41;
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7th International Scientific Interdisciplinary Conference on Research and Methodology
Institute of Foreign Languages (RUDN University)
Moscow
November 20th, 2020

Conference Organizers: Institute of Foreign Languages of RUDN (Russia), Faculty of Philology of Moscow State Lomonosov University (Russia), Faculty of Translation and Interpreting of the University of Granada (Spain), Russian Centre of the University of Granada (Spain), Higher Institute of Languages in Tunis of the University of Carthage (Tunisia), UniNorte University (Paraguay), Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia), Institute of Education University of Reading (UK)

 Goal of the Conference:

To reveal the diversity of functional aspects of intercultural communication within the process of world education integration, to focus on translation and interpreting issues in the conditions of the modern society.

 List of Main Issues to Be Discussed: 

  • interrelation between functional approaches of intercultural communication and interpretation issues
  • intercultural communication in educational activity
  • intercultural component of linguistic personality in understanding socio-cultural reality
  • hypertextuality and discursive approach in computational linguistics
  • formation of discursive socio-cultural competence of future translators and interpreters in language training process
  • digital technologies in teaching / learning foreign languages
  • computational linguistics and artificial intelligence

    A special session “Culture and Education: Social Transformations and Multicultural Communication” will be held within the conference

Keynote Speakers at the Plenary Session:

Prof. Dr. R. Harald Baayen – Quantitative Linguistics Department Chair. Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen (Germany)

Prof. Dr. Walter Daelemans – Professor of Computational Linguistics, University of Antwerp (Belgium)

Conference language: English

Abstract and Extended Abstract Submission Deadline is October 14, 2020