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LINGUIST List 20.8

Mon Jan 05 2009

Calls: General Ling,Socioling/Philippines; Applied Ling/Philippines

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Isabel Martin, 15th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes
        2.    Isabel Martin, 14th English in South East Asia Conference


Message 1: 15th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes
Date: 02-Jan-2009
From: Isabel Martin <linguisticsocgmail.com>
Subject: 15th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes
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Full Title: 15th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes
Short Title: 15th IAWE

Date: 22-Oct-2009 - 24-Oct-2009
Location: Cebu City, Philippines
Contact Person: Isabel Martin
Meeting Email: linguisticsocgmail.com
Web Site: http://www.lsphil.org/events.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2009

Meeting Description:

The 15th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes (IAWE)
is a forum for the exchange of ideas among linguists, applied linguists,
sociolinguists, writers, scholars, and educators, on the philosophy of World
Englishes and issues of convergence and diversity in the three major aspects of
World Englishes, namely, language, literature, and pedagogy.

Call for Papers

The theme covers a wide range of topics in the domains of education, government,
industry, and media. These topics include the following: (1) Literary creativity
in South, Southeast, and East Asia; (2) Philippine English, Philippine Englishes
in the World Englishes paradigm; (3) World Englishes, Asian Englishes, and
competing norms; (4) World Englishes and the ASEAN lingua franca; (5) World
Englishes and language use in media; (6) World Englishes and the ASEAN
workplace; (7) World Englishes vs. English as a Lingua Franca.

Keynote Speakers
Prof. Eyamba Bokamba, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Prof. Yasukata Yano, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Prof. Danilo T. Dayag, De La Salle University¬óManila and Linguistic Society of
the Philippines

Call for Parallel Session Presentations: Interested scholars, graduate students,
and teachers may submit a 200-word abstract for parallel session presentations,
accompanied by a 50-word bio-note. Papers may deal with any of the following
topic areas:
Literary Creativity in South, Southeast, and East Asia
Philippine English, Philippine Englishes in the World Englishes paradigm
World Englishes, Asian Englishes, and competing norms
World Englishes and the ASEAN lingua franca
World Englishes and language use in media
World Englishes and the ASEAN workplace
World Englishes vs. English as Lingua Franca

Online submissions are encouraged. You may fill-out the Conference Presentation
Proposal Form in www.lsphil.org, or send an email to any of the following email
addresses: linguisticsocietyyahoo.com, linguisticsocgmail.com. The deadline
for submissions is March 31, 2009. Notices of acceptance will be sent out via
e-mail beginning April 20, 2009.

For registration reservation and payment details, please visit www.lsphil.org
Message 2: 14th English in South East Asia Conference
Date: 02-Jan-2009
From: Isabel Martin <esea2009admu.edu.ph>
Subject: 14th English in South East Asia Conference
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Full Title: 14th English in South East Asia Conference
Short Title: 14th ESEA

Date: 26-Nov-2009 - 28-Nov-2009
Location: Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines
Contact Person: Isabel Martin
Meeting Email: esea2009admu.edu.ph
Web Site: http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=2487

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2009

Meeting Description:

On 26 to 28 November 2009, the Philippines plays host, through the Ateneo de
Manila University, to the 14th English in South East Asia (ESEA) Conference.
This conference carries the theme "English Changing: Implications for policy,
teaching, and research."

Call for Papers

The ESEA conference series is the result of collaboration between the National
Institute of Education (Singapore), the University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia), the University of Brunei Darussalam, Curtin University (Perth,
Australia), Ateneo de Manila University (Quezon City, the Philippines), Hong
Kong Institute of Education, Sanata Dharma University (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
and King Mongkut's University of Technology (Thonburi, Thailand).

Presentation Format: 20-minute paper presentation followed by a 10-minute discussion

Proposals:
All proposals for paper presentations must include the following information:
- Name of the proponent
- Institutional affiliation
- Contact details (email address, mailing address, telephone number)
- Biodata of 50-75 words
- Title of the paper
- Abstract of 100-150 words
- Status of the research project (ongoing or completed)

Deadline: All proposals must be submitted by 31 March 2009. Proponents will
receive an acknowledgement letter from the organizers beginning 30 April 2009.

Submission: Submit proposals online through the Proposal Submission Form.

Or email proposals to Isabel Pefianco Martin, head of the Program Committee, at
the following contact details esea2009admu.edu.ph Department of English, Ateneo
de Manila University Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108
Philippines Telefax (632) 426-6120

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