12.09.2019 | 
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‘LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION’. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT YSU
‘LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION’. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT YSU
An international conference entitled "Language, Culture and Communication" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of YSU at Hall after Charents.

The purpose of the conference, organized in cooperation with YSU Faculty of European Languages and Communication and the Armenian Association for the Study of English, is to examine various issues of language, culture and interrelationship in the context of the current interdisciplinary paradigm of scientific research.

Seda Gasparyan, Head of the Chair of English Philology, welcomed the participants and delivered an opening speech: ‘Thank you for attending the conference, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of YSU, and with your participation you will contribute to the teaching and development of European language studies in our country and elsewhere’.

Vice-rector Elina Asrian welcomed the participants and wished them productive work.

 

Dean of the Faculty of European Languages and Communication Gevorg Barseghyan also spoke about the importance of the conference.

‘Language is a living organism and  is constantly in the process of reform and improvement. This conference is an excellent platform to develop the professional skills of future professionals and our partners’, said Gevorg Barseghyan.

The dean expressed hope that foreign guests would leave Armenia with wonderful memories and impressions.

 

 

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