LINGUIST List 13.3064

Sat Nov 23 2002

Calls: Applied Ling/Korean Ling

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  1. Shelley Taylor, Conference on Applied Linguistics, Canada
  2. sangoak, Circle of Korean Linguistics, Berlin Germany

Message 1: Conference on Applied Linguistics, Canada

Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 14:27:02 -0500
From: Shelley Taylor <>
Subject: Conference on Applied Linguistics, Canada


Date: 6-7 June 2003
Venue: The University of Western Ontario (UWO), London, ON Canada


The deadline to submit proposals is 1 February 2003. Acceptance letters
will be issued electronically by 1 March 2003.

Organizers welcome proposals for papers on topics such as adult/child
language learning, language for special purposes, educational
technology and language learning, foreign/second/immersion language
teaching methodology and teacher education, language and ecology,
language and education in multilingual settings, language and gender,
language and the media, language contact and language change, language
planning, language learner autonomy, literacy, mother tongue
education, second language acquisition, and sign
language. Presentations will be 20 min. long with discussion

Please send the following: (a) a 250-word proposal, (b) a 50-word
summary, and (c) one separate page stating the title of your
presentation, audiovisual/computer requirements and, for each presenter,
full name & affiliation, address, e-mail address & fax number.


Proposals should be submitted electronically to or If circumstances do not permit, please mail submissions
Dr. Shelley K. Taylor
The University of Western Ontario
Faculty of Education
1137 Western Road
London, ON Canada N6G 1G7


Nina Spada, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of
Toronto, as keynote speaker
Kendall King, Georgetown University


Shelley K. Taylor & Mitsuyo Sakamoto, The University of Western Ontario

Conference organizers may be reached by e-mail (see above), by telephone
at (519) 661-2111, X 88582 or X 87078, by fax at (519) 661-3833 or
661-4093, or by surface mail (see above).

For further information, visit the conference homepage at:
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Message 2: Circle of Korean Linguistics, Berlin Germany

Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 01:20:00 +0000
From: sangoak <>
Subject: Circle of Korean Linguistics, Berlin Germany

International Circle of Korean Linguistics-Technical University at
Berlin Linguistic Conference

Short Title: ICKL-TUBerlin Linguistic Conf.
Location: Berlin, Germany
Date: 21-Jul-2003 - 22-Jul-2003 
Call Deadline: 20-Dec-2002

Web Site:

Contact Person: Sang-Oak Lee
Meeting Email:;
Linguistic Subfield(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics 
Subject Language(s): Korean

Language Family: Altaic

Meeting Description: 

Call for Papers by 20 Dec. 2002. Selection by 5 Jan.2003. Full papers
by 5 July 2003. ICKL-TUBerlin International Conference on Korean
Linguistics (July 21-22, 2003) will give focus on Corpus/Quantitative
Linguistics, Lexicography & CALL in all subfields of linguistics. Will
try to provide with free accomodations. For more information inquire
to or
TUBerlin( the locale of this
event and this university is very much interested in Korean
Linguistics. Studies such as ''Comparison of the Korean and German
Phonemic Systems, Case Systems, Passive Constructions, Frequencies of
Topics, Word Order, and Neologism'' would be very helpful to the
project planned by TUBerlin. Professor/Dean Erdmann and Dr. Cho
suggest that more European/German scholars participate in the
conference and thus make the event more international. Quantitative
Linguistics Circle of Seoul National University under the leadership
of the President of ICKL, Prof. Sang-Oak Lee, is planning to provide
many participants with free accomodations for two nights. We plan for
in depth discussions among participants on homepage.
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