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LINGUIST List 17.324

Mon Jan 30 2006

Confs: English/General Ling/Nagoya, Japan

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        1.    James D'Angelo, International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference


Message 1: International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference
Date: 26-Jan-2006
From: James D'Angelo <dangelolets.chukyo-u.ac.jp>
Subject: International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference



International Association for World Englishes, 12th Conference
Short Title: IAWE


Date: 07-Oct-2006 - 09-Oct-2006
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Contact: James D'Angelo
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://we.lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp/iawe2006

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Meeting Description:

The world Englishes community will once again be reunited under the rubric, 'Theory and Application, World Englishes in World Contexts.'

Please join we Kachruvians in Nagoya, Japan for another friendly and stimulating gathering, following on the heels of wonderful conferences at Urbana, Syracuse and Purdue the past several years, and leading up to Regensburg in 2007. Plenary speakers will include Dr. Zoya Proshina, Dr. Paul Matsuda, and Dr. Edgar W. Schneider. Papers will be presented on multiple topics linked to the Englishes of the world, including critical discourse, 'features-based' genre, language planning and politics, domains of use (media, advertising, the classroom), corpus linguistics, creolistics, contact linguistics, world Englishes, power, ideology and identity, evaluation and testing, second and foreign language acquisition and pedagogy, and bilingual creativity in English. You can also access us directly via the IAWE homepage at www.iaweworks.org/




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