Extended deadline for IALIC 2023


The deadline for the IALIC 2023 conference has been extended to 20th June 2023.

In order to stay tuned and follow the conference updates please like our page on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100092845125417) and/or follow our conference website (which will soon be finalised): https://ialic2023.euc.ac.cy/home/ 

We are happy to have confirmed all our keynote speakers and we will be soon announcing more information on data-analysis workshops!  

Rethinking intercultural communication beyond verbal language: affect, materiality and embodiment in times of ‘crises’

Recent social and political developments call for new ways of understanding social and political phenomena, including intercultural communication. Responding to current challenges, and in line with contemporary discursive and academic developments in the social sciences and humanities (e.g. affective turn, posthumanism and new materialism), this conference aims to foreground different ways of making sense of cultures, languages, social relations and intercultural communication in an anxious and constantly changing world. At the same time, it calls for a critical examination of the notion of ‘crisis’ and its impact on intercultural communication.

The conference will be held at the European University of Cyprus, located in Nicosia, from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd of December 2023. The conference will include plenary talks by well-known scholars, symposia, parallel sessions, poster sessions, and data workshops.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (in alphabetical order):

Elisabetta Adami, Leeds University,

Zhu Hua, UCL, UK

Karen Risager, Roskilde University, Denmark

Michalinos Zembylas, Open University Cyprus

Please see the full call for paper here: http://ialic.international/nicosia-2023-conference/

Constadina – on behalf of the organising committee