The call for papers for the International Congress on Identity, Lusophony, Interculturalism and Communication (ILIC) is open until August 7. The scientific event will take place on September 14 and 15.
The ILIC Congress is an interdisciplinary event that seeks to reflect on the different phenomena within and related to Lusophone countries. It focuses on the events that form the Brazilian cultural mosaic: the 200th anniversary of Brazil’s Independence and the 100th anniversary of the São Paulo Modern Art Week. The activities of ILIC_22 will take place simultaneously, on-site and virtually, at the Communication and Society Research Centre (CECS) of the University of Minho and the Communication and Literature Centre (PPGL/CCL) of Mackenzie Presbyterian University.
The opening conference will feature the writer Laurentino Gomes, author of “Escravidão” and the trilogy “1822”, “1922”, “1889”; with the full professor of PUC-SP, Leda Tenório, author of the book “Cem anos da Semana de Arte Moderna: o gabinete paulista e a conjuração das vanguardas”; and with the full professor, Moisés de Lemos Martins, author, and editor of several books, among them “Comunicação e lusofonia: para uma abordagem crítica da cultura e dos media”, “Lusofonia e interculturalidade – promessa e travessia” and “A internacionalização das comunidades lusófonas e ibero-americanas de Ciências Sociais e Humanas”.
The ensuing session will debate how the communication of identity brands, Lusophone and intercultural, adapt to contemporary market trends and social mediation.
More information on the Congress website.