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LINGUIST List 20.3286

Tue Sep 29 2009

Calls: General Ling, Applied Ling/Taiwan

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

Message 1: The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
Date: 27-Sep-2009
From: Shu-Ping Gong <spgongmail.ncyu.edu.tw>
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
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Full Title: 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics
Short Title: ICAL 2010

Date: 26-Nov-2010 - 27-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: 30-Nov-2009

Meeting Description:

2010 The 3rd International Conference on Applied Linguistics (ICAL)
Theme: Diverse Languages for Diverse Audiences
Nov. 27-28, 2010

Call for Papers

Abstract Deadline Extension: November 30, 2009

The conference objectives are to further research in 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.

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

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. Chu-Ren Huang
Department of Chinese & Bilingual Studies
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Prof. Kathleen Ahrens
Language Center
Hong Kong Baptist University

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: November 30, 2009
Acceptance Notification: December 30, 2009
Conference E-mail: ical2010.ncyugmail.com
Conference Web Site: http://sites.google.com/site/ical2010/

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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