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LINGUIST List 20.2235

Fri Jun 19 2009

Calls: Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics/Taiwan

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        1.    Shu-Ping Gong, The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics

Message 1: The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
Date: 19-Jun-2009
From: Shu-Ping Gong <spgongmail.ncyu.edu.tw>
Subject: The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
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Full Title: The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
Short Title: ICAL 2010

Date: 27-Nov-2010 - 28-Nov-2010
Location: Chiayi, Taiwan
Contact Person: Shiue-Ching Shih Shu-Ping Gong
Meeting Email: ical2010.ncyugmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jul-2009

Meeting Description:

2010 The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics (ICAL)

Theme: Diverse Languages for Diverse Audiences


The conference objectives are to further research all issues concerning
languages, and create collaborations among leading research universities and
organizations. The ICAL is a forum for the exchange of ideas among linguists,
applied linguists, sociolinguists, writers, scholars, and educators of languages.

Nov. 27-28, 2010

Second Call for Papers:



To meet the theme of the conference, we hope that the conference papers will
focus on the diverse facets of language, which includes the verbal-sign and
non-verbal sign systems. Proposals addressing this or the following themes are

-Computational linguistics
-Contrastive linguistics
-Multilingualism and multiculturalism
-Lexicography and lexicology
-First/second language acquisition
-Language teaching and learning
-Computer-assisted language learning
-Language testing and evaluation
-Rhetoric and stylistics
-Discourse analysis
-Translation, interpretation, and mediation
-Language for specific purposes (ESP, EAP, and so on)

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Gerald Duchovnay
Texas A&M University-Commerce

Prof. Lori Doddy
Texas Women's University


Abstracts should be no more than one page, either single- or double-space. On
the second page, please indicate the author name(s), affiliation, and contact
information. Submit proposal materials by e-mail to ical2010.ncyugmail.com.
Presenters will have 20 minutes to present the paper plus 10 minutes to respond
to questions and comments. A referred post-conference proceeding will be published.

Abstract Submission Deadline: July 15, 2009
Acceptance Notification: around August 15, 2009
Conference E-mail: ical2010.ncyugmail.com


The International Conference on Applied Linguistics will be hosted by the Dept.
of Foreign Languages, National Chiayi University-Minghsiung campus. (Creativity
Hall, 85 Wenlong, Minghsiung, Chiayi 621, Taiwan.)


National Chiayi University, Dept. of Foreign Languages
Tel: +886-5-226-3411 x 2151
Fax: +886-5-206-3072
Email: ical2010.ncyugmail.com
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