II International Scientific Practical Conference
“Dialogue of cultures. Culture of dialogue:
from conflicting to understanding” (DCCD'20)
 
(sections and conference journal are under discussion)
 

 

22-25 April, 2020

Moscow, Russian Federation

 

The conference will be held on 22-25 April, 2020 at Moscow City University in Moscow, Russian Federation.

PhD students, teachers, scientists, research workers of higher educational institutions, research institutes, industrial enterprises and those, who seek for the means of ensuring productive intercultural dialogue, are invited to participate in the conference. The Conference also provides an interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and scholars to present and discuss the most recent innovations and developments in the field of intercultural dialogue.

Download a call for papers for DCCD'20

 

Important dates
  1. Registration for oral participation: 1 March 2020 

  2. RSCI Paper Submission Deadline: 1 March 2020

  3. WoS Paper Submission Deadline: 1 May 2020

  4. Author Notification Date: 1-2 months after receiving the paper

  5. Publication: June-August 2020 

  6. Indexation: 2021 (average terms 5-18 months after the date of publication)

Publication forms
  1. in a collection of conference papers, indexed in RSCI. Website: https://www.picconf.ru.net/mcu-conf-dccd-wos-20-en, email: gerasimovasa@mgpu.ru (PhD Gerasimova Svetlana). Previous issue here

  2. in a journal Vestnik of Moscow City University. Series «Philology. Theory of Linguistics. Linguistic Education», indexed in RSCI. Website:  https://vestnik.mgpu.ru/index2.php?param=aBkjK4jubz. email: borbotkola@mgpu.ru

  3. in an international journal  Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, indexed in CPCI (WoS), CNKI, Google Scholar. Website: https://www.picconf.ru.net/mcu-conf-dccd-wos-20-en, email: dccd_mcu@picconf.ru.net 

 

Fees

Organizing fee:

  • oral/regular participants  - 2000 RUB (attendee kit, certificate, coffee breaks, buffet reception).

  • remote participants with RSCI publication - 500 RUB (postal service for sending attendee kit, certificate, coffee breaks, RSCI collection).

Publication fee (for regular and virtual authors):

  • WoS issue - 190 EUR (by 1 April 2020), 250 EUR (in May 2020).

  • RSCI issue - 150 RUB per 1 page.

Payment of a registration fee is made after reviewing and accepting of your paper. Details of payment will be sent to you by e-mail after article acceptance.

 

To the oral participants

  • Only original and unpublished materials are accepted. Validation is done by several tools. The optimal originality in articles in English for a WoS issue is 90%. The originality of materials for translation is discussed with the organizing committee after checking for plagiarism. The publication will be refused if the publishing house reveals copyright fraud and attempts to hide plagiarism.

  • All submitted articles for the English-language journal will undergo a thorough double review by authoritative scientists and will be evaluated in terms of relevance, originality, quality of material and clarity of presentation.

  • At the request of the conference participant, the organizing committee can recommend places to stay.

  • Registration fee, travel expenses and accommodation are paid by the participant or the forwarding organization.

  • If you need an invitation, a certificate of participation or acceptance of papers, please address your request to Korzun Oksana (KorzunOO@mgpu.ru). 

 
Topics and trends of the conference

 

Trend 1.  Fundamentals of Intercultural Dialogue

  • Aspects of dialogue and conflict in the information society. Dialogue and communication in socio-humanitarian sciences.

  • Personal autonomy in the dialogue of cultures.

  • The subject of dialogue of cultures: psychological, linguistic and pedagogical aspects.

  • Dialogical ethics in intercultural communication.

  • From xenophobia, ethnocentrism, cultural non-evaluative relativism to the search for one's own/national identity.

  • Media dialogue of cultures in the XXI century.

 

Trend 2. Communication practice in the framework of the dialogue of cultures

  • Megapolis as a multicultural environment: from conflict to mutual understanding.

  • Monologue and dialogue in intercultural communication.

  • A culture of dialogue in professional communication.

  • Dialogic culture in the practice of pedagogical communication.

  • Dialogue of secular and religious ethics.

  • Dialogism in fiction.

 

Trend 3. Theory and practice of teaching the dialogue of cultures

  • Dialogue of cultures and “non-dialogue" of cultures as objects of linguodidactic consideration.

  • Learning strategies to overcome conflict in intercultural communication.

  • Learning technologies for understanding in a multicultural environment.

  • Technologies of forming the subject of dialogue of cultures.

  • IT Practices for Teaching Cultural Dialogue.

  • Training specialists in the field of intercultural communication

 

Trend 4. Issues of culture, ethics, law, versatility in a society

  • Linguocultural context of separate regions

  • Conflicts of public opinion, personality, law, ethics in a multicultural, multilingual and multi-ethnic society

  • Issues of forming and preserving national identity in the modern globalized space. Multiculturalism

  • Administrative and state regulating the integrity of the multicultural, multilingual and multi-ethnic community

  • Ethics issues in civil society, science, information field in the linguo-global context

  • International policy and international relations as an element of establishing inter-ethnic and inter-language relations

  • Linguistic, cultural and social terrorism

  • Inclusion of a subject with special health capabilities in a multicultural urban space.

  • Linguocultural and sociocultural history of the region

  • Reflection of language and culture in design and art

  • Cross-cultural research of personality and society

  • Theoretical aspects of law and legal studies, issues of law enforcement in a modern multi-ethnic civil society

  • Actual issues of modern society

 

 

Templates and application

1. to participate and publish a paper in a collection of conference papers, indexed in RSCI, send an application and a paper to PhD Gerasimova Svetlana at gerasimovasa@mgpu.ru. Previous issue here. Template is below

2. to participate and publish a paper in  an international journal  Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, indexed in CPCI (WoS),  send paper and application to dccd_mcu@picconf.ru.net (by 01 MAY 2020) (Attention: Journal and template is under discussion)

The international conference collection (WoS issue) is electronic, the announcement of the release will be published on the conference website.

Organizers
  • Moscow City University

Information and Technical Partners
  • Scientific Publishing Center "Open Knowledge" (Otkrytoe znanie)

  • Scientific Journal "Artium Magister"

  • Volgograd state university

  • Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University

  • Scientific and Educational Institute of Professional International Communication (SEI PIC)

  • University of Zagreb

  • University of Timisoara

Program committee

Program Chairs:

  • Gevorkyan Elena Nikolaevna - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, First Vice-Rector, Moscow City University

  • Tareva Elena Genrikhovna - Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of French Language and Linguodidactics, Acting Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow City University

  • Vikulova Larisa Georgievna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Deputy. Research Director, Moscow City University

 

Members:

  • Cindori Sonja, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law University of Zagreb, Croatia;

  • Cernicova-Buca Mariana, Associate Professor, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania;

  • Larouk Omar, Associate Professor, University of Lyon, Lyon, France;

  • Quero Gervilla Tnrique F., PhD in Philology, Full professor, University of Granada, Head of the Faculty of Translation and Interpretation, Spain;

  • Adamia Zoia, PhD in Philology, professor, Head of International Relations Department, Ekvtime Takaishvili Teaching University, Tbilisi, Georgia;

  • Kaftandjiev Christo, PhD, Doctor Habilis, Professor on Marketing Communication & Semiotics, University of Sofia, Faculty of Journalism, Bulgaria;

  • Klaus Geyer PhD Associate Professor, Department of Language and Communication Syddansk Universitet, Denmark

  • Urazaeva Kuralay, Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilyova, Professor, Department of Russian Philology, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan;

  • Sladkevich Zhanna Romualdovna, Doctor of Philology, Professor at the University of Gdansk, Gdansk University, Gdansk, Poland. Head of the Department of Pragmatics of Communication and Linguodidactics at the Institute of Russian Studies and Oriental Studies, Gdansk

  • Maslova Valentina Avraamovna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of General and Russian Linguistics, Vitebsk State University P. Masherova. Issues: linguoculturology, the specifics of the culture of Russian and Belarusians and its reflection in languages ​​and texts.

  • Zheltukhina Marina Rostislavovna - doctor of philology, member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Professor, Professor at the English Philology Department, Head of the research laboratory "Discourse linguistics", Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University, Volgograd, Russia

  • Biryukova Evgenia Viktorovna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Department of Germanic and Linguodidactics, Moscow City University

  • Baranova Ksenia Mikhailovna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Department of English Philology, Moscow City University

  • Nizamutdinovna Svetlana Maratovna - candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, deputy. Director of Research, Institute of Culture and Arts, Moscow City University

  • Suleymanova Olga Arkadevna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Department of Linguistics and Translation Studies, Moscow City University

  • Shamne Nikolai Leonidovich, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Director of the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Volgograd State University

 

Organizing committee

Organizing  Chair:

  • Tareva Elena Genrikhovna - Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of French Language and Linguodidactics, Acting Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow City University

  • Vikulova Larisa Georgievna - Doctor of Philology, Professor, Deputy. Research Director, Moscow City University

 

Members:

  • Borbotko Lyudmila Aleksandrovna - Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Linguistics and Translation Studies, Res. for international activities, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Vashkevichus Valentina Yuryevna - Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Chinese Language, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Gerasimova Svetlana Anatolievna - Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of French Language and Linguodidactics, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Zheltukhina Marina Rostislavovna - doctor of philology, member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Professor, Professor at the English Philology Department, Head of the research laboratory "Discourse linguistics", Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University, Volgograd, Russia

  • Politsinskaya E. - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Digital Technologies, UTI TPU, Kemerovo Region, Yurga, Russia.

  • Lizunkov Vladislav Gennadievich - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Digital Technologies, UTI TPU, Kemerovo Region, Yurga, Russia.

  • Korzun Oksana Olegovna - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Methods of Teaching English and Business Communication, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Makarova Irina Vladimirovna - Senior Researcher, Associate Professor, Department of French Language and Linguodidactics, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Makarova Tatyana Sergeevna - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of English Studies and Intercultural Communication, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Malushko Elena Yurievna - candidate of pedagogical sciences, Deputy Director for IT, Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Volgograd State University, Volgograd, Russia

  • Fedyanina Vladlena Anatolievna - Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Japanese Language, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Cherkashina Elena Ivanovna - Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Romance Languages, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

  • Kazantseva Angela Anatolievna - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of French Language and Linguodidactics, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow State University

 

Contacts

 

Organizer, conference venue:

address: Moscow State University, Institute of Foreign Languages, 105064, Moscow, Maly Kazenny pereulok 5 B.

e-mail: KorzunOO@mgpu.ru (oral/regular participation)

 

E-mail for papers and communication:

borbotkola@mgpu.ru (RSCI journal)

gerasimovasa@mgpu.ru  (RSCI paper collection)

dccd_mcu@picconf.ru.net (WoS)

Websitehttps://www.picconf.ru.net/mcu-conf-dccd-wos-20-en

Keynote Speakers

 
 
 
 

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