Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures
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April 11-12, 2024
Georgia Southern Armstrong Campus
11935 Abercorn St,
Savannah, GA 31419
#SECCLL24 Call for Proposals is now open!
The deadline for submissions is November 29, 2023
Meet the Speaker
Carmen King Ramirez, Associate Professor
Dr. King Ramírez is an Associate Professor and the founding Director of the online Spanish program at the University of Arizona.
Her research interests include online language education, international exchange, and world languages for specific purposes (WLSP).
Dr. King Ramírez is the host of an academic podcast series, World Languages 21, that highlights leading scholar’s views on education, research, and curriculum design.
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See You Next Year #SECCLL24!
The Department of World Languages & Cultures would like to invite you to its Annual SouthEast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures (SECCLL). This conference includes topics in Arabic, Classics, French, German, East Asian languages, and Spanish, and studies of language, literature, culture, pedagogy, and film. SECCLL encourages the participation of Graduate students.
What is SECCLL?
SECCLL is a scholarly gathering that attracts 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, an online, open access, peer-reviewed, and indexed journal published by the Department of World Languages and Cultures at Georgia Southern University. The Coastal Review invites manuscripts on an open and rolling basis and publishes articles as soon as they are accepted. In addition, presenters at the annual Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages and Literatures (SECCLL) are encouraged to submit an extended and thoroughly revised manuscript of their presentation for possible inclusion in the Journal.
Last updated: 9/26/2023