Call for the Sixth International Conference on Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present)

5/1/2022 13:08

Call for the Sixth International Conference on Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present)

preserving and guarding this land against the ravages of time. It has always prevented the disintegration and destruction of dear Iran’s national and cultural identity.

 

Iranian languages are a significant part of Iranians’ national and cultural identity. The Persian language has been one of the factors in preserving and guarding this land against the ravages of time. It has always prevented the disintegration and destruction of dear Iran’s national and cultural identity. The prominence of this stout tree is due to the sufferings of great people such as Ferdowsi, Saadi, Hafez, and other Iranian thinkers, who have made the Persian language so enduring by creating valuable works. Similarly, other languages and dialects spoken in this land, such as Turkish and Arabic, have played a significant role in strengthening the foundations of the culture and identity of Iran.

The longevity of Iranian languages, which is a branch of Indo-Iranian and Indo-European languages, dates back to the history of this land. The history of Iranian literature and science has shown that this language has a considerable ability to convey the most complex scientific and philosophical ideas. Maintaining and updating this capability requires the protection and preservation of Iranian languages and dialects. For this purpose, the Centre for Great Islamic Encyclopaedia has held and published the proceedings of the five international conferences on Iranian languages and dialects as follows:

The First International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present), May 2012

The Second International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present), December 2014

The Third International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present), August 2016

The Fourth International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present), January 2019

The Fifth International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present), February 2021

Now, the Centre is honored to call for the Sixth International Conference of Iranian Languages and Dialects (Past and Present) in November 2022.

Authors should submit abstracts and full papers according to the dates mentioned below to the email address: icild@cgie.org.ir. It is also necessary for the applicants to pay the registration fee via the conference website at: www.icild.cgie.org.ir. In case of final acceptance of the paper, the cost of printing will be demanded as well.

The Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia invites researchers, professors, and students to present their scientific achievements in the field of languages and dialects of Iran.

 

Conference objectives:

- Familiarity with the latest studies on ancient, middle, and modern Iranian languages and texts

- Studying the Iranian languages as a connecting factor among the nations of the region

- Motivating young researchers for in-depth research in the field of Iranian linguistics

 

Conference topics:

- New research in the field of ancient Iranian languages and texts (ancient Persian, Avestan, Scythian, and Madian)

- New research in the field of Western Middle Iranian languages and texts (Parthian and Middle Persian)

- New research in the field of Eastern Middle Iranian languages and texts (Sogdian, Khotanese, Khwarezmian, and Bactrian)

- New research in the field of ancient Persian texts from the perspective of linguistics

- Geographic distribution of the Persian language

- The relationship between Iranian languages and other languages throughout history

- New research in the field of Iranian dialects

The conference papers will be published in the proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Iranian Languages and Dialects.

 

Scientific chair of the conference:

Dr. Mahmoud Jaafari-Dehaghi

 

The executive secretary:

Ms. Saeedeh Khanahmadi

 

The scientific committee:

Dr. Jaleh Amouzgar, University of Tehran, Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia

Dr. Mahmoud Jaafari-Dehaghi, University of Tehran

Dr. Carlo Cereti, Sapienza University, Italy

Dr. Asghar Dadbeh, Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia

Dr. Hassan Rezai Baghbidi, University of Tehran, Academy of Persian Language and Literature

Dr. Zohreh Zarshenas, Institute of Humanities and Cultural Studies

Dr. Nicholas Sims Williams, University of London, UK

Dr. Ali Ashraf Sadeghi, University of Tehran, Academy of Persian Language and Literature

Dr. Badrolzaman Gharib, Academy of Persian Language and Literature, Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia

Dr. Alberto Cantera Glera, University of Salamanca, Spain

Dr. Fathollah Mojtabaei, Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia

Dr. Katayun Mazdapour, Institute of Humanities and Cultural Studies

 

The executive committee:

Ms. Saeedeh Khanahmadi

Ms. Bahareh Badafras

Ms. Mahboubeh Sufi

Mr. Hamidreza Mohammadi

Mr. Reza Farzanyar

 

In partnership with:

University of Tehran

Sapienza University, Rome

Iranian Studies Association of Iran

Venue: Tehran, the Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia

 

Paper submission guidelines:

The primary language of the conference is Persian, but papers in English will also be accepted.

Papers must contain the followings:

 The abstract must not exceed 300-400 words, including keywords.

 Introduction, purpose, method, main body, conclusion, and bibliography.

The Abstract and the paper should be produced in Microsoft Word.

 The paper should be presented at the conference for the first time.

 The paper should follow the approach of scientific research.

Adherence to the guideline of the conference will expedite the publication of the paper in the conference proceedings.

Important dates:

The deadline for submission of the abstracts: May 19, 2022

The deadline for submission of the papers: September 21, 2022

Announcement of the accepted papers: October 22, 2022

Time of the conference: December 2022

Ways to contact the conference secretariat:

Secretariat location: No. 210, Niavaran, Kashanak, Tehran. Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia.

Landline: 009821 - 22297626 (ext. 377)

Mobile: 00989122179672

 

 

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