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LINGUIST List 17.2942

Sun Oct 08 2006

Calls: Ling & Literature/Oman; Applied Ling, Language Acquisition/France

Editor for this issue: Dan Parker <danlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Tyagaraja Balasubramanian, Integrating Language, Linguistics, Literature and Translation in Pedagogy and Research
        2.    Abdi Kazeroni, The Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language Teaching


Message 1: Integrating Language, Linguistics, Literature and Translation in Pedagogy and Research
Date: 08-Oct-2006
From: Tyagaraja Balasubramanian <SQUconferenceyahoo.com>
Subject: Integrating Language, Linguistics, Literature and Translation in Pedagogy and Research


Full Title: Integrating Language, Linguistics, Literature and Translation in
Pedagogy and Research

Date: 21-Mar-2007 - 22-Mar-2007
Location: Muscat, Oman
Contact Person: Dr. Tyagaraja Balasubramanian
Meeting Email: balasubsqu.edu.om, doctorbala2000yahoo.co.uk

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Call Deadline: 07-Dec-2006

Meeting Description:

The major aim of the conference is to give a push towards collaboration across
the four disciplines of language,linguistics, literature and translation, and
show how such collaboration and cross-fertilization of ideas can lead to news
ways of thinking and working.

A paper (30-40 mins, followed by 10 mins of questions) may present a discussion,
an analysis, findings, report on research, or an argument as the speaker sees
fit. All papers should clearly based on 'a bridge' between at least two areas
(language, linguistics, literature and translation).

A brief presentation of about 15-20 mins should outline an issue or problematic
area which is then followed by a guided discussion for max.30 mins., prepared
and led by the speaker. Attendance is limited to 20 to enable maximum
participation. The theme should similarly involve 'building bridges' between at
least two areas (language, linguistics, literature and translation).

A submission must mention the Title of the paper or presentation, include a
brief outline (100 words max)to be included in the conference program, and a
fuller abstract for the review committee (500 words max).

Submissions may be posted by email: SQUconferenceyahoo.com.
Message 2: The Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language Teaching
Date: 07-Oct-2006
From: Abdi Kazeroni <abdi.kazeroniutc.fr>
Subject: The Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language Teaching



Full Title: The Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language Teaching
Short Title: UNTELE

Date: 29-Mar-2007 - 31-Mar-2007
Location: Compiegne, France
Contact Person: Abdi Kazeroni
Meeting Email: unteleutc.Fr
Web Site: http://www.utc.fr/~untele

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 22-Nov-2007

Meeting Description:

Cross-cultural communication, global networking and second language acquisition.

The 7th Compi├Ęgne Conference on the Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language
Teaching has as its main theme:

Does global networking contribute to trans-cultural communication?
Does trans-cultural communication contribute to foreign / second language
acquisition?

Papers reporting on:
1- ICT-based trans-cultural communication,
2- second language acquisition through trans-cultural communication,
are particularly encouraged.

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