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LINGUIST List 16.2302

Sun Jul 31 2005

Calls: Applied Ling/Spain; Applied Ling/Japanese/USA

Editor for this issue: Amy Wronkowicz <amylinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza, 24th International AESLA Conference
        2.    M. Endo Hudson, 2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education

Message 1: 24th International AESLA Conference
Date: 28-Jul-2005
From: Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza <francisco.ruizdfm.unirioja.es>
Subject: 24th International AESLA Conference

Full Title: 24th International AESLA Conference

Date: 30-Mar-2006 - 01-Apr-2006
Location: Madrid, Spain
Contact Person: Ricardo Mairal
Meeting Email: rmairalflog.uned.es
Web Site: http://www.uned.es/aesla2006/english/bienvenida.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Call for papers

The 24th International Conference of the Spanish Association of Applied
Linguistics (AESLA) will take place in Madrid from 30 March to 1 April, 2006.

The central topic will be ''Language learning, language Use and Cognitive
Modeling: Applied Perspectives Across Disciplines''.

Message 2: 2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education
Date: 28-Jul-2005
From: M. Endo Hudson <endomsu.edu>
Subject: 2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education

Full Title: 2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education
Short Title: ICJLE 2006

Date: 05-Aug-2006 - 06-Aug-2006
Location: New York, NY, United States of America
Contact Person: M. Endo Hudson
Meeting Email: icjleyahoo.co.jp
Web Site: http://www.japaneseteaching.org/icjle

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Japanese (JPN)

Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2005

Meeting Description:

Call for Papers:
2006 International Conference on Japanese Language Education (ICJLE 2006)

Theme: Japanese Education: Entering a New Age
Dates: August 5-6, 2006
Venue: Columbia University, New York City

The Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ), in cooperation with the National
Council of Japanese Language Teachers (NCJLT) and Columbia University, will host
a two-day international conference on Japanese Language Education in New York
City on August 5-6, 2006. This will be the first such major international
conference to be held outside of East Asia.

The conference will provide a forum for Japanese language educators from around
the world to discuss common issues and challenges. Through panel and paper
presentations, keynote speeches and informal small group discussions, the
conference aims to foster the development of an active, cooperative community
among educators of Japanese language, linguistics, and literature, within and
outside of the United States.

The conference will feature several keynote speakers (including Susan Napier and
Merrill Swain), a number of invited panels on topics of wide professional
interest, and individual paper and poster presentations.

Abstracts are now being accepted for paper and panel presentations. The deadline
for submissions is October 31, 2005.

Topics for paper sessions may include (but are not limited to): Articulation,
Assessment, Culture, Heritage language, Innovative methods, Instructional
technology, Linguistics, Literature, Study Abroad, Teacher training, Program
management, and SLA.

Full details (in both English and Japanese) and links to on-line abstract
submission forms are available at the following website:

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