Theme & Sub-themes

The conference will bring together academics, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest. The interested candidates are invited from all over the world to present oral presentations, poster presentations and panel discussions at our conference. Organizing Committee, ICLLS is pleased to announce its Call for Papers for 4-day International Conference on “Language, Literature and Society” (ICLLS).

The details of the Conference are listed below:

  • Conference Dates: 5th January to 8th January, 2017.New_(animated)
  • Conference Title: International Conference on “Language, Literature and Society”
  • Venue: Pakistan Academy of Letters, Islamabad.
  • Conference sub-themes: Papers can be submitted on the following given areas of interest or any other topic related to the sub-themes given below:
  • Literature and Culture in Language
  • Role of literature in Developing Pragmatic Competence
  • Literature as Articulation of Culture
  • Literature as Social Discourse
  • Literature and Globalization
  • Contemporary Approaches to Literature
  • World Literature
  • Comparative Literature
  • Modern Literature
  • Classical Literature
  • Pakistani Literature
  • Folk Literature
  • Historical and Political Literature
  • Gender and South Asian literature
  • Gender identities in literature
  • Minorities in Literature
  • Literature and Religion
  • Literature and other Arts
  • Literature and Performing Art
  • Literature as a unifying factor
  • Literature and Music
  • Literature and Media
  • Literature and Criticism
  • Geopolitical Issues in Literature
  • Representation and Resistance in Post-colonial Literature
  • Literary Studies
  • Literary Theories
  • Literary Semantics
  • Myths and Legends
  • Literary Translation and Translatology
  • Literature for Building up a World Community
  • Language, Diversity and Identity
  • Language, Power and Ideology
  • Language, Gender and Power
  • Endangered Languages
  • Language Change and Language Variation
  • Language for special/specific Purpose
  • Languages in Contact
  • Language and Communication
  • Language for Academic Purposes
  • World Englishes
  • World Languages
  • Language policy and practice
  • Language, gender and politics
  • Language Acquisition, Teaching and Learning
  • Disability and Language Learning
  • Impact of globalization on language
  • Language, Literature and Ideology
  • Language and Literature for Knowledge and Value in a Globalizing World
  • Language and Literature for Human Understanding and World Peace
  • Language in Literature
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Bi-cultural Society, Communication and Identity
  • Diaspora Identities
  • Social and Cultural Studies
  • Cultural studies and Historical approaches
  • Women Writers and Images of Women
  • Gender Identities in Translation
  • Narrative Texts and Narrative Coherence
  • Travel Writing
  • Autobiography
  • Individual Studies on Authors
  • Authors’ Talk on their work
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Language Planning and Development
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Historical Linguistics
  • Pragmatics
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Morphology
  • Syntax
  • Semantics
  • Sign Languages
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Language Teaching Methodology
  • Medium of instruction
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Teaching of Literature