LINGUIST List 12.462

Tue Feb 20 2001

Calls: Issues/Applied Ling, Modern Lang Association

Editor for this issue: Jody Huellmantel <jodylinguistlist.org>


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Directory

  1. Leah Wingard, Issues in Applied Linguistics
  2. Richard Page, Modern Language Association 2001 Convention

Message 1: Issues in Applied Linguistics

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 21:13:21 -0800
From: Leah Wingard <wingardhumnet.ucla.edu>
Subject: Issues in Applied Linguistics

CALL FOR PAPERS: ISSUES IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Please distribute widely

Issues in Applied Linguistics (ial) is currently accepting manuscripts for 
review for upcoming general issues to be published in June and December 2001.
ial is a refereed scholarly journal published by the graduate students of 
the UCLA Department of Applied Linguistics & TESL. Our aim is to publish 
outstanding research from students, faculty, and independent researchers in 
areas such as, but not limited to:

Conversation analysis, Discourse analysis, Functional linguistics, Language 
acquisition, Language assessment, Language education, Language use, 
Language and the brain, Research methodology, and Sociolinguistics. We are 
particularly interested in publishing new departures and cross-disciplinary 
applied linguistic research.

Submissions, should be submitted in three copies and sent to:
Attention Editors
Issues in Applied Linguistics
UCLA Department of Applied Linguistics & TESL
3300 Rolfe Hall
P.O. Box 951531
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1531

Manuscripts must be printed double spaced (including the references, 
examples, etc.) on one side only of white 8 1/2 x 11 or A4 paper, with 
black printing ink. Figures and tables should be numbered, captioned, and 
printed on separate sheets. Please attach a separate cover sheet with the 
following information: 1) the full title of your paper; 2) your name; 3) 
name and address of your institution (or other address where you can best 
be reached); 4) your phone number (work and home); 5) fax number and e-mail 
address (if any); 6) short title of your paper (for running head); 7) 
indicate which issue manuscript is being submitted for. The first page must 
also include an abstract of the article which is less than 150 words. Aside 
from the cover sheet, the author's name should not appear on the manuscript 
itself.

References and citations should be made using APA Format. All references 
cited in the text must be listed in the references list 
alphabetically. For more information, please see the Publication Manual of 
the American Psychological Association, Fourth Edition.

Submission of an article or book review is taken to imply that the 
manuscript has not been previously published or submitted simultaneously to 
another publication. If a related article has been published elsewhere, 
this should be noted. Acceptance of articles will be contingent on the 
assignment of copyrights to the UC Regents, the publisher of ial.
Please see more information about ial at: 
http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/TESLAL/ial/

Inquiries can be directed to:
David Olsher: olsherucla.edu or Leah Wingard: wingardhumnet.ucla.edu
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Message 2: Modern Language Association 2001 Convention

Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 09:23:53 -0500
From: Richard Page <brp3psu.edu>
Subject: Modern Language Association 2001 Convention

MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION 2001 CONVENTION
General Linguistics Discussion Group
New Orleans, Louisiana
27-30 December 2001

Deadline for Abstracts: March 15, 2001

The General Linguistics Discussion Group will be holding a meeting at the
2001 MLA Convention in New Orleans. Abstracts are invited for 20-minute
talks in all areas of linguistics. All theoretical frameworks are welcome.
Please send 1-page abstracts and queries to:

Richard Page
Penn State University
311 Burrowes Building
University Park, PA 16802
email: brp3psu.edu
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