LINGUIST List 14.314

Thu Jan 30 2003

Calls: Greek Applied Ling/2nd Language Association

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  1. sioupi, Greek Applied Linguistics Association, Greece
  2. mits, European Second Language Association, UK

Message 1: Greek Applied Linguistics Association, Greece

Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 13:07:18 +0000
From: sioupi <sioupidel.auth.gr>
Subject: Greek Applied Linguistics Association, Greece


13th Conference of the Greek Applied Linguistics Association

Location: Thessaloniki, Greece 
Date: 11-Dec-2003 - 14-Dec-2003 
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2003

Web Site: http://www.enl.auth.gr/gala
Contact Person: Angeliki Psaltou-Joyce
Meeting Email: gala-authenl.auth.gr
Linguistic Subfield(s): Applied Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Greek Applied Linguistics Association: 
13th International Conference on ''New Directions in Applied Linguistics'' 

THEMATIC AREAS:

Language Teaching and Learning, Sociolinguistics, Contrastive
Linguistics, Semantics, Pragmatics, Translation, Language of the Media
and of Advertising, New Technologies in Education, First and Second
Language Acquisiton, Discourse Analysis, Conversation Analysis, New
Methodological Approaches, Assessment and Evaluation, Distance
Learning, Intercultural Language Education, Bilingualism and
Plurilingualism, Curricula, Language for Special
Purposes. 

Proceedings: Selected papers of the conference will be
published. 

Official Languages: Greek, English, French.


ABSTRACT REQUIREMENT

1. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words and must be typed in
Times New Roman (font 12). They can include references but should not
contain a bibliography.

2. In order to help ensure anonymity, abstracts should not contain
excessive reference to its author's publications.

3. Abstracts should contain 
a. a title for the conference
b. the name of the author(s)
c. their affiliation
d. their e-mail address as well as their postal address

4. Only the abstract meeting the above criteria will be evaluated.


MAIL ABSTRACTS AND SUBMISSION FORMS BEFORE March 31st, 2003

Mailing Address: 
Telephone Nos: +302310 997405, 997456
Greek Applied Linguistics Association 
fax: +302310 997432

School of English 
e-mail: gala-authenl.auth.gr

Aristotle University

P.O. Box 58

541 24 Thessaloniki

GREECE


Participation fees: Early bird registration fee (until September 30 2003):

Students: 40 euros
Members: 80 euros
Non-members: 100 euros

Late registration fee (after September 30 2003):

Students: 50 euros
Members: 100 euros
Non-members : 120 euros

Participation fee payable by: Swift transfer.
To: Piraeus Bank, Greece.
International bank account number (iban): GR43 0172
2300 0052 3000 3123 701
F/O: Greek Applied Linguistics Association (GALA)

Please, quote your name.
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Message 2: European Second Language Association, UK

Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 13:23:32 +0000
From: mits <mitsling.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: European Second Language Association, UK


2003 European Second Language Association Annual Conference

Short Title: EUROSLA 2003
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Date: 19-SEP-03 - 21-SEP-03

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2003

Web Site: http://www.hw.ac.uk/langWWW/eurosla/
Contact Person: Mitsuhiko Ota
Meeting Email: mitsling.ed.ac.uk

Linguistic Subfield(s): 
Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics

	
Meeting Description: 

The conference is organized by the University of Edinburgh and Heriot
Watt University. 

Theme: Formal and Functional Approaches to Second Language
Acquisition

PLENARY SPEAKERS: 

Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig (Indiana University) 
Roger Hawkins (University of Essex)
Wolfgang Klein (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics,
Nijmegen) 
Ianthi Tsimpli (University of Thessaloniki)

PANELS (organisers):
Child L2 acquisition (Juergen Meisel)
Implicit knowledge (John Williams) 
L2 attrition (Kees de Bot)
Near-nativeness (Donna Lardiere)
				
PAPERS are invited on empirical and theoretical second language
acquisition research. The selection of papers will be carried out
anonymously and priority will be given to abstracts that can be
identified with the conference theme ''Formal and Functional
Approaches to SLA'', although other topics are also very welcome.

Each author may submit no more than one individual and one co-authored
abstract. The paper must not have been previously published.

NEW DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 28 February 2003
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: 30 April 2003

Submission of abstracts should be by email to
euroslaling.ed.ac.uk. The text of the abstract should be in an
attachment (MS Word or rtf format) and contain no more than 500
words. Use a single page only, including references (if you wish to
add any). Please run a word-count and put the number of words at the
bottom of the page. In the body of the e-mail message, include (1) the
title of the paper, (2) name and affiliation of the author(s), and (2)
the first author's postal and email addresses. The title of the paper
(or a short running title) should be repeated in the subject
heading. Please specify one session in which you wish to present: (a)
the general session, (b) a panel (select one) or (c) the doctoral
workshop.

GENERAL SESSION: Individual papers will be allotted 20 minutes of
presentation plus 10 minutes for discussion.

PANELS: There will be 4 thematic panels this year as listed
above. Individual papers will be allotted 20 minutes of presentation
plus 10 minutes of discussion. Presenter are also expected to
participate in a general discussion session led by the panel
organiser, following the paper presentations.
 
DOCTORAL WORKSHOP: This will focus on methodology with regard to
either data analysis or research design or the goodness of fit between
theory and method. Each presentation lasts 20 minutes and will be
followed by a 10 minute reaction by a senior researcher and 10 minutes
of discussion. Submissions should follow the same formal conventions
as individual papers (see above). State briefly the aim and the
theoretical framework of your work and then raise the methodological
problems you submit for discussion. If your presentation is accepted,
you will be asked to send a more extensive summary to the discussant
of your paper.

Following association policy, EUROSLA 2003 will be a multilingual
conference: presentation in any European language is acceptable
although presenters should bear in mind the usefulness of attracting a
wide audience for their ideas. A selection of the most innovative
papers will be included in the EUROSLA Yearbook, published in English
by the John Benjamins Publishing Co.

CONTACTS:
For more details concerning the conference venue, travel, registration
and accommodation please refer to our website:
http://www.hw.ac.uk/langWWW/eurosla/

Please address e-mail questions to euroslaling.ed.ac.uk

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Antonella Sorace, Mits Ota (University of Edinburgh)
Mike Sharwood Smith (Heriot Watt University)			
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