Monday, September 17, 2018

V-a Conferința Internațională de Onomastică „Numele și numirea”

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Conferința Internațională de Onomastică „Numele și numirea”
Ediţia a V-a
Multiculturalism în onomastică
Baia Mare, 3-5 septembrie 2019

Secţiunile conferinței:
  • Multiculturalism în antroponimie
  • Multiculturalism în toponimie
  • Multiculturalism în numele din spațiul public (ex.: nume comerciale etc.)
Limbi oficiale ale conferinţei: româna, engleza, franceza, italiana, germana, spaniola.
Multiculturalismul este o temă din ce în ce mai prezentă în spațiul public actual internațional, fiind asociat cu politica, religia, etnia, cultura. Din punctul de vedere al onomasticii, multiculturalismul este regăsibil în toate subdomeniile acesteia. În toponimie, de exemplu, în zonele multietnice se găsesc denumiri cu etimologii provenind din limbi diferite, care, din perspectivă diacronică, oferă mărturii despre istoria și geografia locurilor. În antroponimie, componenta multiculturală se asociază cu religia, etnia, moda onomastică de la un moment dat. În ergonimie, multiculturalismul reprezintă imaginea lumii contemporane, în care globalizarea oferă un peisaj din ce în ce mai diversificat, atât în ceea ce privește numele de firme, societăți comerciale, cât și în privința numelor de branduri sau produse.

La Comissió de Toponímia de Catalunya actualitzarà el 'Nomenclàtor oficial de toponímia major'

La Comissio de Toponimia

El segon ple de 2018 de la Comissió de Toponímia de Catalunya, que s’ha reunit el 13 de desembre en la 45a sessió plenària, ha tractat l’actualització prevista per a aquest 2018 del Nomenclàtor oficial de toponímia major de Catalunya, l’obra de referència per a l’edició de cartografia, retolació, guies de viatge, etc. Aquesta important obra, que recull més de 52.000 topònims oficialitzats, s’actualitzarà per segona vegada des que es va publicar, l’any 2003.
Entre les tasques de més transcendència també s'ha posat sobre al taula l’estat dels treballs d’elaboració del Nomenclàtor mundial. L’objectiu d’aquest projecte és elaborar un corpus normativitzat en català de topònims situats fora de l’àrea lingüística catalana que s’adreça a un públic general. Paral·lelament, s’està elaborant un document de criteris que ha de servir per recollir les pautes que s’han aplicat en la realització d’aquest nomenclàtor i alhora per ajudar els professionals que hagin d’emprar la toponímia no catalana en textos en català, perquè puguin seleccionar la forma més adequada en els noms de lloc en què s’hi han incorporat formes secundàries.
Adscrita al Departament de Cultura des de 2012, la Comissió de Toponímia va ser creada l’any 2001 pel Govern per vetllar per la toponímia major de Catalunya i és l’òrgan d’assessorament, consulta i proposta en matèria de fixació oficial dels topònims de Catalunya. Entre les funcions que li han estat encomanades, té la missió de proposar criteris i regles d’escriptura per a l’ús dels topònims en rètols, cartografia, publicacions i mitjans de difusió audiovisual, sempre d’acord amb la normativa lingüística de l’Institut d’Estudis Catalans i de l’Institut d’Estudis Aranesi. Els topònims també formen part del patrimoni lingüístic i cultural de Catalunya, per això la Comissió de Toponímia també és l’encarregada d’adoptar les mesures pertinents per tal de difondre la toponímia oficial i estudis de toponímia en general que es duguin a terme.
La Comissió actua com a òrgan coordinació entre les entitats o institucions que tenen competències en el camp de la toponímia. La directora general de Política Lingüística, Ester Franquesa, n’exerceix la presidència i els directors de l’Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya i de l’Oficina d’Onomàstica de la Secció Filològica de l’Institut d’Estudis Catalans n’exerceixen les vicepresidències.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Workshop "Geographical Names: Management and Practice"

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The 5th International Symposium on Place Names "Recognition, regulation, revitalisation: place names and indigenous languages" will be directly preceded by the workshop (16-17 September 2019, same venue). The ISPN committee is dedicated to the development of toponomy as a field of research in southern Africa. In addition to the biannual symposia, we now offer a workshop in collaboration with international experts. The aim of the workshop is to train a new generation of toponomists and to provide current, non-specialist researchers as well as practitioners with the knowledge to improve the quality of their research. This workshop offers the unique opportunity to students and researchers alike to hone their skills in Maluti Mountains under the direction of the field’s foremost experts.


The workshop covers the following topics:


  • Geographical names and language 
  • Palaeotoponomy 
  • Social and practical applications 
  • Cartographic and technical applications 
  • Standardisation 
  • Research methodology 
  • Consultation with experts on participants’ own research 


For more information on the workshop, contact Mrs Jani de Lange at kursusETFB@ufs.ac.za.

II Premi d'Investigació Ramon Amigó i Anglès a projectes d’investigació en l’àmbit de l’onomàstica catalana

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La Fundació URV, a través del Departament de Filologia Catalana i amb el suport de la Direcció General de Política Lingüística del Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya, convoca el II Premi Ramon Amigó i Anglès. El Premi Ramon Amigó i Anglès es concedeix a treballs de recerca que tinguin com a objectiu la confecció d'inventaris de noms de lloc i de persona. En igualtat de condicions es valoraran preferentment els treballs que ajudin a acabar de completar l'estudi de l'àrea geogràfica corresponent a l'àmbit de la Universitat Rovira i Virgili. La quantia del premi és de 6.000€ i el termini de realització del treball és de dos anys.
No s'admetran projectes de sol·licitants que hagin estat premiats en les dues edicions anteriors del Premi.

American Name Society Seeks New Officers for 2019

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Ever thought about getting more involved with the American Name Society but did not know how?  Here is your opportunity!  The American Name Society is currently looking for a few good people who are interested in joining the Executive Council.  Starting January 2019, new officers will be needed to fill the positions listed below.

To apply for one or more of these positions, please fill out the application form on this page.


ANS Treasurer (2019-2021)

The person elected to this position will be responsible for keeping official record of all funds and securities of the Society; giving and keeping receipts for moneys due and payable to the Society; depositing all moneys in the name of the Society; responding to inquiries from annual conference attendees regarding registration payments; and informing the ANS President, the members of the ANS Executive Council, and the general membership about the financial status of the Society via an end-of-the year fiscal report. The ANS Treasurer will work closely with the ANS President, Vice President, and Membership Officer as well as Taylor & Francis, the current publisher of the ANS Journal NAMES. The person elected to this position is expected to have demonstrable accounting experience and competence in using standard spreadsheets programs (e.g., Excel). Applicants for this position must be long-term ANS members in good-standing.

Member-at-large (2019-2022)

The person elected to this position will serve as a voting member of the Executive Council (EC) and is expected to participate actively in the legislative decision-making involved in resolutions and motions placed before the EC.  In addition to these duties, members-at-large serve on various auxiliary sub-committees to, for example, help with the nomination of new officers, coordination of the annual conference, and organization of allied conferences.  Officers in this position can renew their term of service twice.

Information Officer (2019-2021)

The person elected to this position will be responsible for maintaining the ANS social media presence via our website as well as Facebook and Twitter. The main duties for this position include the following: updating the news page of the ANS website on a weekly basis; posting special alerts (e.g., conference announcements, calls for papers, ANS newsletters); responding to requests made via the Facebook and Twitter accounts; and adding books that are reviewed in NAMES to the ANS Amazon Wishlist. The person chosen for this position must not only be highly computer literate, but also an avid user of social media. Experience in using WordPress is desirable but not mandatory. Training will be provided. The new Information Officer must also have excellent writing and time-management skills as well as a high level of creativity. The Information Officer will work very closely with the ANS President and Vice President throughout the year.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Ономастика - рухани тұтастық негізі

VII Convegno nazionale di Toponomastica femminile

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Come ogni anno in autunno si terrà il Convegno nazionale di Toponomastica femminile., rivolto a simpatizzanti e curiose/i.  Questa volta avrà luogo in Lombardia, tra Lodi e Melegnano, dal giorno 11 al giorno 14 ottobre. La giornata conclusiva sarà dedicata all’assemblea delle socie (e dei soci).

All’interno del Convegno, l’Istituto Maffeo Vegio di Lodi, organizza il corso di formazione per docenti, che dà diritto all’esonero ministeriale nella scuola. Le docenti e i docenti potranno registrarsi sulla piattaforma SOFIA del MIUR, http://www.istruzione.it/pdgf/ , accedendo con il proprio login di istruzione.it e cercando il corso n. 19570.
Per eventuali informazioni contattate Danila Baldo al numero 347.7597538
Ecco il programma.
 Corso di formazione intensivo e residenziale Lodi-Melegnano
“ON THE ROAD – VIAGGIATRICI, MIGRANTI, PENDOLARI, FRONTALIERE”

1° giornata – giovedì 11 ottobre
Lodi, sede della Provincia, Palazzo San Cristoforo, via Fanfulla
ore 9.00-13.00
Viaggiare tra culture e identità
Presenta e modera Danila Baldo, docente Liceo Maffeo Vegio-Lodi
Viaggi, migrazioni, percorsi: la mobilità delle donne nella storia
Rosanna De Longis, storica-Società Italiana delle Storiche
Il viaggio alla ricerca di sé
Barbara Mapelli, pedagogista
L’identità di genere in contesti multiculturali. Mettere in pratica e sperimentare processi
Angela Milella, giornalista
ore 14.00-18.00
Laboratori di street art
Livia Fabiani, Maria Teresa Carossa, Maria Rita Coccimiglio, artiste di strada
Visita guidata della Città di Lodi
Giordana Pavesi, Monica Rossi, docenti IC Cazzulani, ITE Bassi-Lodi
Visite e presentazioni nell’ambito del Festival della Fotografia etica
Alberto Prina, Gruppo fotografico Progetto Immagine

2° giornata – venerdì 12 ottobre
Lodi, sede della Provincia, Palazzo San Cristoforo, via Fanfulla
ore 9.00-13.00
Viaggiare tra Paesi e culture 1
Presenta e modera Elvira Risino, docente IPSCT Einaudi-Lodi
C’è chi arriva e c’è chi parte. Maria Cosway e Francesca Cabrini: due vite in viaggio
Daniela Fusari, storica – Società storica lodigiana
In viaggio verso la libertà
Isa Ottobelli, presidente ANPI provinciale Lodi
Viaggi nell’orrore. Le donne come bottini di guerra
Graziella Priulla, sociologa e saggista
Turismo di genere
Iaia Pedemonte. fondatrice di www.genderresponsibletourism.org/
Geolocalizzazione e mobilità delle donne
Teresa Lapis, giurista dei diritti umani
ore 14.00-18.00
Viaggiare tra Paesi e culture 2
Presenta e modera Alice Vergnaghi, docente Liceo Piazza-Lodi
Cristina Trivulzio di Belgioioso
Silvana Citterio, storica, Milano si fa storia
Anna Rech: una storia di emigrazione
Salvatore Liotta, scrittore
Maryam Mirzakhani, matematica iraniana
Elisabetta Strickland, ordinaria e presidente CUG Univ. Tor Vergata
Le donne di Santa Caterina: un viaggio tra diritti e ricami,
Ester Rizzo – scrittrice

3° giornata – sabato 13 ottobre
Melegnano, Castello Mediceo
ore 8.00-13.00
Donne in cammino
Presenta e modera Sara Marsico, docente IIS Benini-Melegnano
Il viaggio del femminismo, dal passato al futuro
Donatella Martini, presidente DonneinQuota
L’impervio viaggio delle donne nella scienza
Sara Sesti, Associazione Donne e Scienza
Ciclismo e parità di genere
Mariateresa Montaruli, ciclista e autrice del blog Ladra di biciclette
Tracce femminili nei musei contemporanei
Liliana Grasso, direttrice Associazione Culturale Acume
ore 14.00-18.00
Itinerari di genere
Presenta e modera Carmen Sulis, docente IC “Santa Caterina”, Cagliari
Cagliari. Uno sguardo di genere a partire dalla scuola primaria
Carmen Sulis, docente IC “Santa Caterina”, Cagliari
Bologna. Le strade delle donne
Antonietta di Salvo, responsabile Servizio Toponomastica, Comune di Bologna
Elena Ferrari ingegnera dei Sistemi informativi Territoriali, Comune di Bologna
Parma. La città delle donne. Itinerari urbani tra storia, memoria e linguaggi
Michela Cerocchi, ricercatrice storica del Centro studi movimenti, Parma
Brescia. Percorsi metropolitani
Claudia Speziali, docente Istituto Tartaglia Olivieri, Brescia
Ferrara al femminile. Dame, sante e zdore
Federica Pintus, docente IIS “Vergani-Navarra”, Ferrara

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

ICC2019: Call for abstracts and papers is now open!

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The 29th International Cartographic Conference will take place in Tokio, Japan, 15–20 July 2019. The Organizing Committee of ICC2019 invites all interested participants to submit full papers or abstracts for the oral or poster presentations.


All submissions will be reviewed by the International Scientific Committee. All accepted submissions will be published as the Advances in Cartography and GIScience of the ICAProceedings of the ICA, or Abstracts of the ICA. Selected papers will also be published in the International Journal of Cartography.
All details and the submission form can be found on the ICC website: icc2019.org/papers.html.

Important Dates

Papers

  • Submission of full manuscript for Advances: 5 December 2018
  • Submission of abstracts for Abstracts and Proceedings: 19 December 2018
  • Notification of acceptance: 20 February 2019
  • Submission of final manuscripts for Proceedings and Advances: 3 April 2019

Exhibition

  • Submission interface for International Cartographic Exhibition opens: 12 December 2018
  • Submission interface for International Cartographic Exhibition closes: 6 March 2019

Registration

  • Conference registration deadline for presenters/authors: 3 April 2019
  • Deadline for Early-Bird-Fees: 3 April 2019

Conference Topics and Paper Themes

  • T01 Art and Cartography
  • T02 Atlases
  • T03 Cartographic Heritage into the Digital
  • T04 Cartography and Children
  • T05 Cartography in Early Warning and Crisis Management
  • T06 Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization
  • T07 Education and Training
  • T08 Generalisation and Multiple Representation
  • T09 Geospatial Analysis and Modeling
  • T10 GI for Sustainability
  • T11 History of Cartography
  • T12 Location Based Services
  • T13 Map Design
  • T14 Map Production and Geoinformation Management
  • T15 Map Projections
  • T16 Maps and Graphics for Blind and Partially Sighted People
  • T17 Maps and the Internet
  • T18 Mountain Cartography
  • T19 Open Source Geospatial Technologies
  • T20 Planetary Cartography
  • T21 SDI and Standards
  • T22 Sensor-driven Mapping
  • T23 Topographic Mapping
  • T24 Toponymy
  • T25 Ubiquitous Mapping, Spatial DB and IoT-Based Systems
  • T26 Use, User and Usability Issues
  • T27 Visual Analytics
  • T28 Marine Cartography
  • T29 Digital Humanities and GIS
  • T30 GIS, Remote Sensing and Cartographic Theory, Methodology and Applications
  • T31 Visualization and Analysis of Geographical Process
  • T32 Mapping Cities
  • T33 Design and visual variables: Rethinking Jacques Bertin
  • T34 Geo for All: Open source GIS education
  • T35 Crowdsourced Geospatial Information
  • T36 Transition to Modern and Contemporary Mappings
  • T37 Maps for SDGs
  • T38 Mapping the Environment
  • T39 Theoretical Cartography
  • T40 AI, Robotics, Autonomous Cars and Mapping
  • T41 Maps and Games
  • T42 Big Data and Data Science
  • T43 Others

For more details, please visit the conference website.

Friday, September 7, 2018

XXVIII Jornada d'Antroponímia i Toponímia


El Gabinet d’Onomàstica del Servei Lingüístic de la UIB, juntament amb el Departament de Filologia Catalana i Lingüística General i el Departament de Geografia, reprenen l’organització de les Jornades d’Antroponímia i Toponímia. Així, el proper dia 5 d’octubre de 2018 tindrà lloc la XXVIII Jornada d’Antroponímia i Toponímia a Costa Nord (Valldemossa).

Si hi assistiu, us lliurarem un certificat d'assistència.
Us hi podeu inscriure fins al dia 21 de setembre a través del formulari següent:
Formulari d'inscripció

Oferim gratuïtament un autocar per al trasllat a Valldemossa que sortirà de Son Lledó, campus universitari.
L’horari de l’autocar serà el mateix que el de les activitats.

Programa


  • 9 h
    • Recepció dels assistents
  • 9.30 h
    • Inauguració de la jornada a càrrec de les autoritats
  • 10-10.45 h
    • Conferència inaugural «Topofílies toponímiques: la percepció de la llum, els colors i la contemplació panoràmica de la bellesa del paisatge», a càrrec del doctor Antoni Ordinas, Departament de Geografia de la Universitat de la UIB
  • 10.45-11.15 h
    • Pausa i cafè
  • 11.15-12.30 h
    • Presentació de comunicacions
    • a) Toponímia. Aspectes històrics
    • «El futur de l’onomàstica. Algunes idees, constatacions, propostes i suggeriments per a una renovació creativa de l’activisme onomàstic», a càrrec de Joan Tort et al.
    • «Topònims mossàrabs de les Illes Balears», a càrrec de Mateu Morro Marcé
    • «Els topònims geoturístics als Països Catalans», a càrrec de Dídac Martorell Paquier
    • «Aportació a la microtoponímia de la possessió de Son Miralles, olim la Torrassa (Llorito)», a càrrec d’Andreu Ramis Puig-gròs i Antoni Ginard Bujosa
    • «Deu topònims misteriosos de Calvià», a càrrec de Josep Noguerol i Mulet
    • «La toponímia urbana interior de Son Sunyer (es Pil·larí i ses Cadenes): història i etimologies populars», a càrrec de Dídac Martorell Paquier
  • 12.30-12.45 h
    • Torn de preguntes sobre les comunicacions presentades
  • 12.45-13.45 h
    • Presentació de comunicacions
    • a) Toponímia. Aspectes geogràfics
    • «Els noms dels vèrtexs geodèsics de les Illes Balears: denominació, relació amb la toponímia existent i proposta de normalització», a càrrec de M. Eulàlia Fons Carbonell
    • «Acotacions a alguns topònims de sa Indioteria», a càrrec d’Antoni Ginard Bujosa
    • «Hidronímia al terme de Binissalem (Mallorca)», a càrrec de Gabriel Alomar Garau i Julio Cantos Gázquez
    • b) Toponímia. Aspectes normatius
    • «Sobre la situació de la toponímia oficial a les Illes Balears: el nomenclàtor de toponímia de Menorca i el futur nomenclàtor geogràfic de les Illes Balears», a càrrec de M. Eulàlia Fons Carbonell i Xavier Gomila Pons
  • 13.45-14 h
    • Torn de preguntes sobre les comunicacions presentades
  • 14-14.15 h
    • Cloenda de les comunicacions
  • 14.30 h
    • Dinar (opcional)
  • 16 h
    • Passeig als orígens de Valldemossa, a càrrec de Nicolau Cañellas Serrano

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Why are there Welsh words in Yorkshire place names?

Kulturelle Integration und Personennamen im Mittelalter

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Hrsg. v. Haubrichs, Wolfgang / Jochum-Godglück, Christa

Der Sammelband vereint Beiträge von Sprachwissenschaftlern und Historikern zuPhänomenen des Sprach- und Kulturkontaktes in europäischen Personennamen des Mittelalters. Im Mittelpunkt stehen kulturhistorische, historische und philologische Fragestellungen, insbesondere in den Bereichen der Migration, der Akkulturation und der Integration in multilingualen Gesellschaften bzw. in Grenzgebieten. Die Untersuchungen widmen sich schwerpunktmäßig den Verhältnissen im fränkischen Merowinger- und Karolingerreich und in Italien. Beiträge zu jüdischen Namentraditionen auf der Iberischen Halbinsel sowie zu skandinavisch-kontinentalen, angelsächsisch-keltischen und baltisch-slawisch-westeuropäischen Namenbeziehungen eröffnen weitere Perspektiven. Der Band gibt neue Impulse für die Interferenz-Onomastik.

Ca. 300 Seiten
Sprache:
Deutsch
Werktyp:
Sammelband
Schlagwort(e):
Onomastik; Sprachkontaktforschung; Merowingerreich; Karolingerreich
Zielgruppe:
Wissenschaftler, Institute, Bibliotheken, an Namenkunde Interessierte

Onomastics between Sacred and Profane

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Dear Colleagues,

Prof. Oliviu Felecan is glad to let you know that the volume Onomastics between Sacred and Profane has been published by Vernon Press. Here you may find the Table of contents, The Foreword, the Contributors, the Preface and the Indexes (https://vernonpress.com/file/6454/40d1ff9c05cf429a10ef0b152841c60c/1535521847.pdf ). If you are interested to order a copy, you can get a 24% discount using coupon CFC7736DFEE at https://vernonpress.com/book/467






Religiously, God is the creator of everything seen and unseen; thus, one can ascribe to Him the names of His creation as well, at least in their primordial form. In the mentality of ancient Semitic peoples, naming a place or a person meant determining the role or fate of the named entity, as names were considered to be mysteriously connected with the reality they designated. Subsequently, God gave people the freedom to name persons, objects, and places. However, people carried out this act (precisely) in relation to the divinity, either by remaining devoted to the sacred or by growing estranged from it, an attitude that generated profane names. The sacred/profane dichotomy occurs in all the branches of onomastics, such as anthroponymy, toponymy, and ergonymy. It is circumscribed to complex and interdisciplinary analysis which does not rely on language sciences exclusively, but also on theology, ethnology, sociology, psychology, philosophy, anthropology, geography, history and other connected fields, as well as culture in general. 

Despite the contributors’ cultural diversity (29 researchers from 16 countries – England, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Nigeria, Poland, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain, U.S.A., and Zimbabwe – on four continents) and their adherence to different religions and faiths, the studies in Onomastics between Sacred and Profane share a common goal that consist of the analysis of names that reveal a person’s identity and behavior, or the existence, configuration and symbolic nature of a place or an object. One can state that names are tightly connected to the surrounding reality, be it profane or religious, in every geographical area and every historical period, and this phenomenon can still be observed today. The particularity of this book lies in the multicultural and multidisciplinary approach in theory and praxis.



Oliviu Felecan (Ed.)
by Adina Chirilă (West University Of Timișoara, Romania), Gheorghe Chivu (Romanian Academy, University Of Bucharest, Romania), Alina Bugheșiu (Technical University Of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center Of Baia Mare, Romania), Angelika Bergien (Otto Von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany), Vladislav Alpatov (Moscow City Pedagogical University, Russia), Davide Astori (University Of Parma, Italy), Tamás Farkas (Elte Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary), Daiana Felecan (Technical University Of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center Of Baia Mare, Romania), Artur Gałkowski (University Of Łódź, Poland), Solomon Waliaula (Maasai Mara University, Kenya), Alexandru Gafton (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iași, Romania)Oliviu Felecan (Technical University Of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center Of Baia Mare, Romania), Nicolae Felecan (Technical University Of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center Of Baia Mare, Romania), Sergey Gorajev (Ural Federal University & Missionary Institute, Russia), Leo Loveday (Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan), Frank Nuessel (University Of Louisville, USA), Idowu Odebode (Redeemer’s University, Ede, Nigeria), Ephraim Nissan, Bertie Neethling (University Of The Western Cape (Uwc), Durban University Of Technology (Dut), South Africa), Mihaela Munteanu Siserman (Technical University Of Cluj-Napoca, North University Center Of Baia Mare, Romania), Sambulo Ndlovu (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe; University Of Cape Town, South Africa), Roman Razumov (Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University, Russia), Paula Sjöblom (University Of Turku, Finland), Anna Tsepkova (Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Russia), Tendai Mangena (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe; University Of The Free State, South Africa), Valéria Tóth (University Of Debrecen, Hungary), Joan Tort Donada (University Of Barcelona, Spain), Mariann Slíz (Elte Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary), Wafa Abu Hatab (Zarqa University, Jordan)
ISBN
978-1-62273-401-6