LINGUIST List 15.2

Wed Jan 7 2004

FYI: Modified: Gender/Lang/Religion; TESOL Grants

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  1. Allyson Jule, Gender, Religion, and Language Use
  2. Donna Christian, Call for Research Proposals 2004-05

Message 1: Gender, Religion, and Language Use

Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 14:32:21 -0500 (EST)
From: Allyson Jule <ajuleglam.ac.uk>
Subject: Gender, Religion, and Language Use

If interested in contributing to an upcoming collection of articles on
Gender, Religion, and Language Use, to be published by Palgrave
Macmillan, please contact me at ajuleglam.ac.uk

Sincerely,
Allyson Jule, PhD
University of Glamorgan
Wales, UK 
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Message 2: Call for Research Proposals 2004-05

Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 12:52:58 -0500 (EST)
From: Donna Christian <donnacal.org>
Subject: Call for Research Proposals 2004-05

The TESOL International Research Foundation (TIRF) invites proposals
for Doctoral Dissertation Grants and Priority Research Grants in the
field of applied linguistics and/or English language education. The
2004-05 Research Priority is the demonstrable effects of the
use of computer-based technology on students learning of
English as a second or foreign language. The deadline for receipt
of complete proposals is May 31, 2004 (11:59 p.m., Pacific Daylight
Time on the west coast of Canada/USA). Please consult the
foundation's website for more information
(http://www.tirfonline.org).

All Priority Research Grant (PRG) proposals must be directly
related to the stated topic. Preference will be given to proposals
that involve partnerships between researchers in institutions in more
than one country, ideally involving at least one partner in a
non-English-dominant country. Grants are available up to US $25,000
(the maximum award).

For Doctoral Dissertation Grant (DDG) proposals only, applicants
may choose the current (2004-05) priority or one of the past
priorities topics (2002-03, 2003-04) listed on the TIRF website
(http://www.tirfonline.org). Doctoral Dissertation Grants of up to US
$5,000 per proposal are available.
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