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Nordic Intercultural Communication Conference 2022: Changing regional identities and intercultural communication
Potential themes could include:
- A geographically growing and/or changing Nordic region
- Mobility and cultural encounters within the Nordic countries
- Multiple Nordic identities (fx West Nordic, Nordic-British, Nordic Arctic, Nordic-Baltic etc)
- Identity politics and discourses about “Norden”, changing power dynamics and political relations
- Minority and majority languages in a Nordic context
- Communication across the Nordic region, Scandinavian languages and collaborations
- Language sustainability
- Intercultural communication through literature – including children´s literature
Contributions from seasoned scholars as well as from students and practitioners interested in the various aspects of culture and communication are encouraged.
Complete panel proposals are encouraged, but individual entries are also welcome.
Participants proposing complete panels are invited to submit a joint abstract for the panel (maximum 300 words including panel title) and a title for each talk. Name, position, institution, address and email of the proposed participants needs to be included and please note that all roles should be well defined (for example: speaker, moderator, discussant or similar). Please highlight who is the main contact person for the panel. The information should be submitted in a single Word document.
Participants proposing individual entries are invited to submit an abstract (maximum 300 words including title), as well as name, position, institution, address and email. The information should be submitted in a single Word document.
Please mail to: [email protected], with the subject line: NIC Proposal
The conference is held as part of the network Nordic Intercultural Communication (NIC)
Find more information on the conference here.
Vigdís Institute and International Centre
Veröld - House of Vigdís, Brynjólfsgata 107, 107 Reykjavík, Island