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The GLOCAL COMELA 2021 (SCOPUS / ISI indexed), The GLOCAL Conference on Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology 2021, hosted by SOAS University of London, which will be held on July 21-24, 2021 at The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, is the annual conference / workshops and lectures on the Linguistic Anthropology, The Sociolinguistics, and the Language and Society, of Europe and The Mediterranean. The GLOCAL COMELA 2021 Theme is ‘Bounded Languages ... Unbounded’. Keynote: Jan Blommaert (Tilburg University), Alexandra Georgakopoulou (Kings College London), Dimitris Dalakoglou (Vrije University). The GLOCAL COMELA 2021 invites work on the shifting boundedness of Language Communities of The Mediterranean and Europe. Submissions should acknowledge and describe processes of language shape, change, and ideology, pertinent to social, cultural, and political histories and futures, of Mediterranean and European regions, or work by those working in Mediterranean and European regions. Abstract Submission deadline: March 10, 2021. For more details: https://comela2021.uoa.gr/ . All papers accepted to the Proceedings will be SCOPUS/ISI indexed.
– Colloquia – 1.5 hours with 3-5 contributors
– Papers – 25 minutes, includes 5 minutes for questions/responses
– Posters – to be displayed at designated times throughout the GLOCAL COMELA
Abstract Submission Guidelines
– Submission of proposals for papers, posters, and colloquia should be completed via the online submission website.
– 18-word maximum presentation title
– 400-word maximum abstract, including references
– Colloquia: Upload the abstract for the colloquium, in the submissions box. The abstract must contain both the main description of the colloquium, as well as a summarized description of each individual paper to be presented within the colloquium. This information must include the names and affiliations of each authors and presenter, and the title of each respective session/presentation, as well as any other information believed to be relevant.
– For individual papers submitted for review and acceptance into the general sessions, the first author will be the nominated ‘Corresponding Author’, but can also be a ‘Presenting author’ when completing the profile.
– Each author must also confirm their role: Presenting author, non-presenting author, chair or discussant.
Early Bird: USD 170
Regular Bird: USD 220
Late Bird/On-site: USD 270
Early Bird: USD 220
Regular Bird: USD 270
Late Bird/On-site: USD 320
Excursion: USD 110
The conference fee includes daily buffet lunch, morning and afternoon break refreshments, and one buffet dinner. The 24th July optional anthropological program is priced separately.
Athens’ climate is semi-arid and is subject to the continental influences of the mountains that edge the city. Still pretty warm, average temperatures in September go between 20°C at night and 30°C during the day. There is only 3 days of rain in the month of September in Athens with just 7mm of precipitation. With 9 hours of sunshine per day Athens has an excellent weather comfort index score of 87/100. And with the water at 24°c bathing is a distinct possibility.
Practical advice for a stay in Athens: