SouthEast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures
The Department of Foreign Languages would like to invite you to its Annual SouthEast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures (SECCLL). This conference includes topics in Arabic (new), French, German, Spanish, Hispanic Linguistics, Classics, Comparative Literature, East Asian/Chinese (new), and Special Topics in language, literature, culture, pedagogy and film. SECCLL also encourages the participation of Graduate students.
What is SECCLL?
SECCLL is a scholarly conference gathering either the last week in March or the first week in April attracting scholars from the region and beyond. SECCLL is oriented toward the participation of scholars from both public and private institutions of higher education. It is a collegiate, informal and respectful environment marked by a rigorous and productive exchange among academics.
SECCLL has also created The Coastal Review, and this is a is an online, open access, peer-reviewed and indexed journal that is published annually by the Department of Foreign Languages at Georgia Southern University, Georgia, USA. Any person that presents a paper at this annual conference may submit a revised version of a presentation for possible inclusion in the journal.
Click here to view the conference archives.
Click here for information on Savannah.
SECCLL Planning Committee
French & Francophone Studies, Film Studies
Spanish Peninsular Studies, Literary Criticism
|Linda R. Collins
Minorities and Multicultural Issues, Afro-Hispanic Studies
Hispanic Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition
Spanish American Studies, Hispanic Women Writers, Spanish Colonial Studies
Classic Studies, Special Topics, Language Technology
Second Language Acquisition, Foreign Language Pedagogy
French & Francophone Studies, Study Abroad
Arabic and Islamic Studies
Spanish Peninsular Studies, Literary Criticism, Film Studies
East Asian/Chinese Studies
Jorge W. Suazo, Executive Director & Founder
Spanish Peninsular Studies, Special Topics, Women & Gender Studies
Last updated: 4/19/2018