You are cordially invited to participate in the ninth international conference of the Faculty of Arts which will be held by the department of English language, literature and translation in the period between

Conference Objectives

Our world has recently witnessed drastic changes at different levels and within various fields. It is, therefore, safe to speak of the changing realities and the proliferation of paradigms regarding English linguistics, literature and translation. With efforts to identify newly-developing paradigms as the means of understanding the world and as a basis for informing action, it is now clear how new paradigms necessitate moving beyond well-established boundaries and traditions. With that, this conference aims at highlighting those paradigm shifts and how they have helped to move boundaries and traditions to change the face of cultural and academic theories and practices within the fields of English linguistics, literature, and translation.

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Abstract Submission

30-01-2024 to 30-03-2024

Evaluation Result

01-04-2024 to 01-05-2024

Full Paper Submission

05-05-2024 to 05-08-2024

Conference Date

13-11-2024 to 14-11-2024

Themes of the Conference


  • Narrative Literary Theory
  • The Writings of Trauma and Memory
  • World literature
  • Comparative Literature
  • American and British literature within a fresh critical lens
  • Revisiting the Renaissance: new insights on Shakespeare and other key figures
  • Children’s literature / Young adult fiction
  • Studies in literary theory and criticism
  • Interdisciplinary studies
  • Postcolonial literature
  • Gender Literary Studies
  • Diaspora Literary Narratives
  • Women Empowerment
  • Political and War Literature


  • Applied Linguistics
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Contrastive Linguistics
  • Lexicology
  • Stylistics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Discourse Studies
  • Pragmatics Studies
  • Forensic Linguistics


  • Translation and identity
  • Translation and multiculturalism
  • Translation technologies
  • Literary translation
  • Legal translation
  • Translation and media
  • Translator Training
  • Postcolonial Translation
  • Translation as Resistance
  • Translation and Conflict
  • Translation and Artificial Intelligence


Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan



Faculty of Arts/ English Department