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LINGUIST List 17.244

Wed Jan 25 2006

Confs: Applied Ling/Lang Acquisition/Antalya, Turkey

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        1.    Ayse Gurel, The 16th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association

Message 1: The 16th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
Date: 23-Jan-2006
From: Ayse Gurel <agurelboun.edu.tr>
Subject: The 16th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association

The 16th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
Short Title: EUROSLA 2006

Date: 13-Sep-2006 - 16-Sep-2006
Location: Antalya, Turkey
Contact: Ayse Gurel
Contact Email: eurosla2006boun.edu.tr
Meeting URL: http://www.eurosla2006.boun.edu.tr

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

The 16th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association will be
organized by Bogazi├ži University, Department of Foreign Language Education. The
conference will be held in Antalya, Turkey.

Theme: Theories of Second Language Acquisition and Their Implications

PLENARY SPEAKERS (in alphabetical order):
Cem Alptekin, Bogazici University, Turkey
Vivian Cook, The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Jan H. Hulstijn, The University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Lydia White, McGill University



The deadline for abstract submission for the 16th Annual Conference of the
European Second Language Association (EUROSLA 2006) to be held on 13-16
September 2006 in Antalya, Turkey has been extended to 15 February 2006 due to
requests from researchers wishing to make submissions.

New submission deadline: 15 February 2006
Notification of acceptance:10 April 2006

For further information about abstract submission, please visit the EUROSLA
2006 conference web site: http://www.eurosla2006.boun.edu.tr/


The EUROSLA Association will grant a total number of 15 conference stipends (150
euro per person) for PhD students presenting at the 2006 conference. To be
eligible for this, your abstract must be accepted for the general poster/paper
presentation session or for the doctoral workshop, and you must show us that you
do not have sufficient funding to attend the conference. If you would like to
apply for this grant, please send us your abstract (as specified in the abstract
submission guidelines on our web page) and the following documents.

(Note: If you have already submitted your abstract, please forward us the
following documents as soon as possible)

-1. Your personal data (name, institution, address and e-mail)
-2. Your curriculum vitae
-3. Your EUROSLA membership status (you must be paid-up members at the
conference at the latest, i.e., you must have paid up the 2006 registration fee
that includes the 2006 membership fee. Also, if applicable, mention the number
of EUROSLA conferences you have attended so far)
-4. The title of your abstract, the name of the co-author (if any) and the type
of presentation (doctoral workshop, paper or poster)
-5. An official document confirming your student status (a copy of the student
ID can be faxed to the following number: 00-90-212-257 50 36 to the attention of
Dr. Ayse Gurel or you can scan your student ID and send it through e-mail as an
attachment to eurosla2006boun.edu.tr)
-6. An official statement and explanation from your institution that it cannot
(fully) cover your conference related expenses (this document can also be faxed
or scanned and e-mailed)

If you are unable to send documents 5 and 6 via e-mail, please have the
originals with you at the conference. The payment of 150 euro will be made at
the conference by the EUROSLA Executive Committee.

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