All-Ukrainian Scientific Conference “Cognitive-Pragmatic Studies of Professional Discourses” >> Karazin University

University Conferences

March 17, 2018

All-Ukrainian Scientific Conference “Cognitive-Pragmatic Studies of Professional Discourses”

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the All-Ukrainian Scientific Conference Cognitive-Pragmatic Studies of Professional Discourses to be held at Karazin University on March 17, 2018.

Conference organizer: Department of Business Foreign Language and Translation (School of Foreign Languages) of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.

Conference focus areas:

  • Concepts of professional discourses;
  • Pragmatics of professional discourses;
  •  Stylistics of a professional text;
  • Professional discourse and translation;
  •  Ecology of professional communication

Conference languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English.

Applications submission deadline: February 19, 2018.

Contact Information

Теlephone: +380 (57) 707-51-44 (Valeriia Ziabchenko), +380 (57) 707-55-86 (Nadiia Bezvesilna).

Information letter (in Ukrainian, PDF, 308 Kb)

Translation by Olga Dyakova

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