The 25th Symposium of Students in English

will be organised online by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures on 16 April 2021. The event is open to bachelor and master students who take an interest in research connected to the English language and the literature and culture of English-speaking countries.

Program 2021

If you are not a speaker, but would like to attend the sessions, please register at studentsymposium.tm@gmail.com and we'll send you the link.

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The main aim of the symposium is to offer young researchers an opportunity to share ideas, make new contacts and develop professionally. Students present papers and run workshops on a variety of topics connected to British and American studies, including linguistics, literature, media studies, gender studies, teaching, creative writing, and many others. The department also publishes a selection of the papers presented at the symposium in the Journal of Student Research in Languages and Literatures (JSRLL).

We aim to create a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, so we encourage presenters to make their speeches as lively and interactive as possible, and participants to ask questions.

Proposals for 20-minute presentations should be submitted by 31 January 2021 by submitting a 150-word abstract here. Submissions should include the presenter(s)’s name, affiliation, the presentation title, and professional contact information for the presenter(s).

The event is open to undergraduate and M.A. students.

Deadline for submissions:

January 31, 2021

Notification of acceptance:

February 15, 2021

Go here for some advice on how to write an abstract.

A paper is a 20-minute presentation of your original research, followed by discussions. Participants are encouraged to present their papers in a way which stimulates interaction and engages the audience. Go here for some tips on presenting conference papers.

Publication

We publish a selection of the best papers presented at the symposium in the Journal of Student Research in Languages and Literatures (JSRLL).

Details here.