LINGUIST List 14.2744

Fri Oct 10 2003

Calls: Phonology/IN, USA; Applied Ling/TESL-EJ

Editor for this issue: Steve Moran <stevelinguistlist.org>


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  1. mdiazcam, Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
  2. zrasekh, New Call for Journal

Message 1: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology

Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2003 03:21:41 +0000
From: mdiazcam <mdiazcamindiana.edu>
Subject: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology

Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology 
Date: 17-SEP-04 - 19-SEP-04
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, United States of America
Contact: Manuel Diaz-Campos
Contact Email: mdiazcamindiana.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.indiana.edu/~spanport/conference/home.html

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology, Phonetics

Subject Language: Spanish 

Call Deadline: 15-JAN-04

Meeting Description:

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (followed by 10 minutes of
discussion) addressing any topic in the areas of Spanish phonetics or
phonology from an experimental perspective. The phrase ''laboratory
approaches'' is intended in its broadest possible sense and includes
any experimental work that offers insight into the sound pattern of
Spanish. This may include, but is not limited to data from phonetics,
perception, acquisition, psycholinguistic and phonological variation
studies. Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (followed by 10
minutes of discussion) addressing any topic in the areas of Spanish
phonetics or phonology from an experimental perspective. The phrase
''laboratory approaches'' is intended in its broadest possible sense
and includes any experimental work that offers insight into the sound
pattern of Spanish. This may include, but is not limited to data from
phonetics, perception, acquisition, psycholinguistic and phonological
variation studies. Selected proceedings from the conference will be
published by Cascadilla Press. Check the updated web site of the
conference at: 

http://www.indiana.edu/~spanport/conference/home.html
 
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Message 2: New Call for Journal

Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2003 12:45:25 +0000
From: zrasekh <zrasekhcoe.tamu.edu>
Subject: New Call for Journal

TESL-EJ (Teaching English as a Second Language - Electronic Journal)	

Call Deadline: 20-JAN-2004 Call for Papers
September 2004 Issue
TESL-EJ Special-Topic Issue
Pragmatics in Language Teaching and Learning
Guest Editor: Zohreh Eslami Rasekh

The September 2004 issue of TESL-EJ will focus on current scholarly 
perspectives and classroom-based practices related to pragmatics in 
language learning and teaching in different contexts of language
learning and teaching.

The editor welcomes submission of high-quality papers on topics 
relevant to the pragmatic development of second language learners, 
the need for the inclusion of different aspects of pragmatics in 
instruction, empirical studies comparing native and nonnative 
speakers pragmatic ability, studies comparing different methods of 
instruction of different pragmatic aspects, presentation and 
evaluation of pragmatics in textbooks and teaching materials, use of 
technology in teaching pragmatics to language learners, effect of 
instructional context, language proficiency, and other variables on 
pragmatic development of language learners, and transfer of L1 
pragmatic knowledge and strategies to L2.

All submissions must conform to regular TESL-EJ submission guidelines.

The deadline for submission is January 20, 2003.

Manuscripts should be sent to:

Zohreh Eslami Rasekh, Guest Editor
<zrasekhcoe.tamu.edu>
Assistant Professor
Texas A&M University
College of Education
Dept. of Teaching, Learning, and Culture
Multicultual/Urban/ESL/International Education
College Station, Texas
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