The Second International Scientific Conference ICLLC 2017, “Linguistics, Literature and Culture”,organized by the Faculty of English Language in cooperation with the University “Luigj Gurakuqi” – Shkodër, “Aleksandër Moisiu” University – Durrës (AMUD) and the Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communication of the South East European University (SEEU) concluded its works.
The conference was divided into several sessions, including the plenary session, when over 50 scholars presented their works focusing on linguistics, English and American literature, literary criticism, discourse analysis, English language teaching methodology, innovations in English language learning and translation studies, etc.
This scientific activity,served as a venue for Albanian scholars and linguists who exchanged their academic and research experiences; As well as to create opportunities for collaborations for new scientific projects in the future.
In the first session on linguistics and literature were presented the results of some interesting research projects in these two areas. Varied topics were presented at this session starting from Harri Poter’s translations, through phonetics and phonology studies, literary-style texts, to gege-lingual reviews in Franciscan of priests prose and Ibrahim Rugova’s discourse and political language. Extravagant interest awakened gege-language studies and style studies that were reflected through questions and reactions and against the attitudes and presentations of the attendees.
While at the Albanology session ,after the press of various fields, they came to the conclusion; That the subject of stylistics should be more involved in the preparation of future language teachers and to increase the time duration, communication to be included as a special subject, or at least as part of the new curriculum, be more devoted to Importance, Idriz Ajeti remains a linguist with a high contribution in the field of linguistics, Mediterranean symbols of Basri Chapriqi are related to those of world literature, etc.
At the conference was also cited that this was a good opportunity for AAB students, who were more closely acquainted with the “craftsmanship” of study and research.