LINGUIST List 12.3038

Tue Dec 4 2001

Confs: Second Language Writing, Purdue University

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  1. Paul Kei Matsuda, Fall 2002 Conference Announcement

Message 1: Fall 2002 Conference Announcement

Date: Sat, 1 Dec 2001 01:59:22 -0500
From: Paul Kei Matsuda <>
Subject: Fall 2002 Conference Announcement

The Third Symposium on Second Language Writing will be held on October
11-12, 2002 at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.

The Symposium on Second Language Writing is a biennial international
conference that brings together teachers and researchers who work with
second- and foreign-language writers to discuss important issues in the
field of second language writing.

This year's Symposium, entitled "Constructing Knowledge: Approaches to
Inquiry in Second Language Writing," will feature sixteen scholars who will
explore various ways in which knowledge is constructed, transformed,
disseminated and negotiated in the field of second language writing.

Presenters will include:

Dwight Atkinson, Temple University Japan
Linda Lonon Blanton, University of New Orleans
Colleen Brice, Southern Illinois University
Christine Pearson Casanave, Keio University
Dana Ferris, California State University Sacramento
John Flowerdew, City University of Hong Kong
Richard Haswell, Texas A&M Univ.-Corpus Christi
Sarah Hudelson, Arizona State University
Ken Hyland, City University of Hong Kong
Xiaoming Li, Long Island University
Rosa Manchon, Universidad de Murcia
Paul Kei Matsuda, University of New Hampshire
Susan Parks, Universite Laval, Quebec
Miyuki Sasaki, Nagoya Gakuin University
Tony Silva, Purdue University
Bob Weissberg, New Mexico State University

In conjunction with the Third Symposium, Indiana Center for Intercultural
Communication will sponsor the Contrastive Rhetoric Roundtable at Purdue
University on Sunday, October 13, 2002. The Roundtable is free with
Symposium registration.

For more information, please visit our website at:

Paul Kei Matsuda, Co-Chair
Symposium on Second Language Writing

 Paul Kei Matsuda, Ph.D.
 Assistant Professor of English
 University of New Hampshire
 Durham, NH 03824-3574
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