CfP: Borderscape as an Interdisciplinary Concept, Symposium 8-9 April 2016 Luxembourg

‘MIS – Multilingualism and Intercultural Studies’ ( is a key research area at the University of Luxembourg dealing with sociocultural practices and discourses as contact zones of languages and cultures. Temporal and spatial displacements are of central concern to that research as are processes of border formation and demarcation. The notion of borderscape has been proposed to investigate these phenomena and will be critically assessed in an interdisciplinary conference organized by MIS in cooperation with UniGr-Center for Border Studies on 8 and 9 April 2016. More information in the call for papers (pdf).

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