LINGUIST List 10.339

Thu Mar 4 1999

Calls: Korean Ling/U of Illinois, British Applied Ling

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  1. James Yoon, Korean Linguistics
  2. Teresa O'Brien, British Association for Applied Linguistics

Message 1: Korean Linguistics

Date: Wed, 03 Mar 1999 09:25:47 -0600
From: James Yoon <jyoonuiuc.edu>
Subject: Korean Linguistics

CONFERENCE ON KOREAN LINGUISTICS
 July 23-24, 1999

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Abstracts are solicited for the Conference on Korean Linguistics ICKL),
to be held July 23-24, 1999 during the 1999 Linguistic Institute at the
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. First priority will be given
to abstracts dealing with issues in any area of theoretical linguistics
dealing with the study of Korean. However, abstracts in other sub-fields
of linguistics dealing with Korean may also be submitted. Send 3 copies
of your abstract (not to exceed 2 Letter/A-4 pages) to the following
address. 2 copies should be anonymous. The third copy should include
your name, affiliation (address), and e-mail/fax. While we prefer hard
copies, e-mail and fax submissions will also be accepted.

	Conference on Korean Linguistics
	c/o James Yoon
	Department of Linguistics, 4088 Foreign Languages Building
	University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801
	U. S. A.
	E-mail: jyoonuiuc.edu
 	Fax: 217-333-3466
 	Phone; 217-244-3058

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS: APRIL 15, 1999

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: MAY 1, 1999

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

	Suk-Jin Chang, Seoul National University
	E. D. Cook, University of Calgary
	Gregory Iverson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Message 2: British Association for Applied Linguistics

Date: Wed, 3 Mar 1999 15:50:38 GMT
From: Teresa O'Brien <OBRIENfs1.ed.man.ac.uk>
Subject: British Association for Applied Linguistics




Call for Papers

British Association for Applied Linguistics

32nd Annual Meeting

Change and Continuity in Applied Linguistics

The University of Edinburgh

16 - 18 September 1999
 
 
PROGRAMME
The main aim of this turn-of-the-century meeting is to give members 
of the Association, and others, the opportunity to reflect on the 
present state of Applied Linguistics and to discuss the directions
in which it is or ought to be developing, in response to changes in 
our understanding of society, education and language itself.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Ben Rampton (Thames Valley University): 'Changing views of society in 
applied linguistics'
Gillian Brown (University of Cambridge): 'Changing views of language 
in applied linguistics'
Michael Stubbs (University of Trier): 'Changing views of language 
teaching'
Susan Gass (Michigan State University): 'Changing views of language 
learning'

In addition to the keynote talks, the conference will feature a set 
of discussion sessions or colloquia addressing issues of change and 
continuity within and across these areas.
 
SCHOLARSHIPS
BAAL hopes to offer a number of scholarships to UK-based student 
members of BAAL, covering costs of registration and accommodation. 
Application forms can be obtained from Dovetail Management 
Consultancy, at the address below.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
See the BAAL web-site (www.BAAL.org.uk) or write to BAAL, c/o 
Dovetail Management Consultancy, 4 Tintagel Crescent, London SE22 
8HT, UK or e-mail Andy.CawdellBAAL.org.uk
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
Proposals are invited on any aspect of applied linguistics, including 
the application of linguistics to social and political issues, 
language teaching and learning, and language theories used in Applied
Linguistics. Proposals concerned with 'change and continuity' are 
particularly welcomed, and we expect that some speakers will wish to 
focus on new forms of data, novel methods of analysing and
interpreting data, and non-traditional applications of linguistics.

Proposals may be for:

* papers (40-minute sessions including at least ten minutes for 
discussion)

* workshops (85-minute sessions with substantial audience 
participation)

* colloquia (85-minute sessions; usually 3 or 4 short papers 
submitted jointly, leading to substantial audience discussion; other 
formats will also be considered)

* poster presentations (posters will be on display throughout the 
conference, and time will be set aside specifically for people to 
visit the poster display)

Deadlines:
* for papers, workshops and colloquia: 31st March 1999
* for posters: 31st May 1999

Format for proposals:
Proposals for papers, posters and workshops should be of 200 words. 
Send one copy (including name and affiliation) by e-mail (in the body 
of the message, not in an attachment) to: Andy.CawdellBAAL.org.uk
Also send four paper copies (only one with the author's name 
and affiliation) to the Meetings Secretary (BAAL), CELS, University 
of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT UK.

Proposals for colloquia should consist of no more than two pages, and 
should include full details of participants. Send one copy by e-mail 
and four paper copies to the addresses given above.





Dr Susan Hunston
CELS
Westmere
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
Phone: 0121 414 6208/5696
Fax: 0121 414 3298



- 
Teresa O'Brien
Teresa O'Brien
CELSE
School of Education,
University of Manchester
Oxford Road, M13 9PL
UK
Fax 0161 275 3480
Tel 0161 275 3452 (sec: 3467)
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