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Tue Aug 31 2004

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Message 1: British Association for Applied Linguistics: 37th Annual Meeting

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2004 11:46:48 -0400 (EDT)
From: kate.segall <kate.segallbtopenworld.com>
Subject: British Association for Applied Linguistics: 37th Annual Meeting


British Association for Applied Linguistics: 37th Annual Meeting 
Short Title: BAAL 

Date: 09-Sep-2004 - 11-Sep-2004
Location: King's College, London, United Kingdom
Contact: Kate Segall
Contact Email: kate.segallbtopenworld.com 
Meeting URL: http://www.baal-conference.org.uk/index2.html 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics 

Meeting Description:

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS 37th Annual Meeting
will be held at Kings College London, Waterloo Campus. Thursday 9th -
Saturday 11th September 2004. Theme: ''Reconfiguring Europe - The
Contribution of Applied Linguistics''

The 1993 BAAL meeting at Salford addressed the theme of ''Language in
a Changing Europe''. In the decade that has followed, Europe has
continued to change and we think it is fitting for the 2004 conference
to return to the theme, focusing on the changes that have reconfigured
Europe in the last decade and the contributions of Applied Linguistics
to these changes. The conference theme will be addressed through a
series of invited colloquia and also through papers, colloquia,
workshops and posters. In addition to the conference theme, we
welcome, as usual, proposals from across the whole scope of applied
linguistic research.

Keynote speakers are:

Juliane House, University of Hamburg 
Arturo Tosi, University of London 
Robert Phillipson, Copenhagen Business School 
Prof. Guus Extra, Director of Babylon, Center for Studies of the
Multicultural Society Tilburg University, the Netherlands








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