Conferences

The conferences in the series Language in the Third Millenium are quite unique in Poland. They have been held biannually since the year 2000 aiming to integrate Polish community of modern language scholars as well as any interested participants in an open discussion of difficult issues of language theory, translation, intercultural communication or modern language teaching.

Information of previous conferences can be found on our Polish language website.

Language in the Third Millennium Eleven

02
grudzień
2020
04
grudzień
2020
Godz. rozpoczęcia: 10 am
Godz. zakończenia: 3 pm

Miejsce:
Kraków

Thank you very much for your participation in the conference, for all your presentations and voices in the discussion. 

 

We are now expecting your articles for publication in Tertium Linguistic Journal (until 30 March 2021) - they will be published most probably still in 2021. Articles in English on humour-related topics may be submitted to The European Journal of Humour Research (to be published most probably in 2022).

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM 

 BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

 

Conference poster

 

KRAKÓW CITY COUNCIL SPONSORED OUR CONFERENCE - KRAKÓW AS THE CITY OF ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

https://twitter.com/krakow_pl

 

Link to the Polish language website


Presentation and publication requirements

We expect 20 minutes long presentations and 10 minutes for discussion for each paper. We also maintain the tradition of organizing a poster session.

 

If presenting in Polish, please prepare handouts with an extensive summary in English.

 

Papers and research notes made at the conference based on the presented posters will constitute a special issue of the Tertium Linguistic Journal (www.journal.tertium.edu.pl, an ERIH-Plus electronic journal)..

 

We will encourage authors of papers on humor to submit them to The European Journal of Humor Research (www.europeanjournalofhumour.org - indexed in Scopus).

 

If the number of submitted articles was sufficient, we also plan to publish a post-conference volume.


One of the conditions for accepting articles for publication will be the thematic convergence of articles with the main theme of the conference and compliance with the editorial guidelines provided on our journal websites (for journal submissions) or on our website for the post-conference volume..

 

Deadline for submitting abstracts: July 15. 2020
Deadline for abstracts acceptance: July 30, 2020
Conference fee payment deadline: August 30, 2020
Deadline for submitting articles for publication: September 30, 2020
Publication of the issue of Tertium Linguistic Journal: December 2020


Full fee: PLN 600 (EUR 150)

Reduced fee for members of the Tertium Society in good standing: PLN 400 (EUR 100) or PLN 480 (EUR 120) together with the membership fee for 2020)

Reduced fee for students and doctoral students PLN 400 (EUR 100, subject to the payment of membership fee of PLN 80 (EUR 20) for 2020)

 

The fee covers conference materials, coffee breaks, conference dinner as well as publication, but does not cover lunches, accommodation and travel costs. It is advisable to book your accommodation in Kraków in advance as this is a popular tourist and business destination.  

 

Payments should be made only via bank transfer to the following bank account earmarked as "Conference fee JTT11":

 

Krakowskie Towarzystwo Tertium,
Bank Spółdzielczy Rzemiosła, Kraków, ul. Dunajewskiego 7
Account number 94 8589 0006 0000 0011 0640 0001
SWIFT POLUPLPR
IBAN PL94 8589 0006 0000 0011 0640 0001

 

The annual statutory General Meeting of members of the Society will be held as part of the conference. We invite Tertium Society members to participate.

 

We also plan the exhibition of Tertium books and an exhibition of the latest publications from other publishers. As part of the exhibition, we also invite you to present your own publications.

 

Contact with organizers at tertium2016@gmail.com.

On behalf of the Cracow Tertium Society for the Promotion of Language Studies

 

Prof. Władysław Chłopicki, Kraków - President

Prof. Dorota Brzozowska, Opole
Prof. Maria Mocarz-Kleindienst, Lublin
Prof. Joanna Dybiec-Gajer, Kraków
Prof. Maria Piotrowska, Kraków
Prof. Grażyna Sawicka, Bydgoszcz
Prof. Agata Hołobut, Kraków