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Message 1: International Conference on Globalization and World Englishes

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 19:58:21 -0400 (EDT)
From: fernandmj <fernandmjyahoo.com>
Subject: International Conference on Globalization and World Englishes

International Conference on Globalization and World Englishes

Date: 16-Jul-2004 - 18-Jul-2004
Location: Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, United States of America
Contact: Tej Bhatia
Contact Email: tkbhatiasyr.edu 
Meeting URL: http://lang.syr.edu/iawe2004/public_html/index.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: Sociolinguistics 


Meeting Description:

The purpose of this seminar isto provide a forum to bring together a
variety of international research in the area of Global communication
through English.

The conference will be held at Syracuse University. Distinguished
speakers will be featured such as Dean James Alatis, Georgetown
University, Professor Yasakuta Yano (Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan),
and Salikoko Mufwene (University of Chicago). Other speakers will
discuss the various facets of globalization and global communication
from the perspectives of other disciplines such as psychology,
cognitive sciences linguistics, English, advertising, and government
and politics. There will be researchers from all over the globe
holding lectures, workshops and panels at the conference.

Sponsored by:
Association for World Englishes
Kiebach Center for International Business Studies, School of Management
The Global Institute & International Relations
Maxwell School of Citenzenship & Public Affairs, SU
The Writing Program, Department of English, Religion College of Arts
and Sciences Department of Languages, Literatures, & Linguistics, SU
The College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Research and
Computing, SU
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