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Thu Mar 12 2009
Calls: Lang Acquisition/USA
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Boston University Conference on Language Development
Message 1: Boston University Conference on Language Development
From: Jane Chandlee <langconfbu.edu>
Subject: Boston University Conference on Language Development
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Full Title: Boston University Conference on Language Development
Short Title: BUCLD
Date: 06-Nov-2009 - 08-Nov-2009
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Contact Person: Jane Chandlee
Meeting Email: langconfbu.edu
Web Site: http://www.bu.edu/linguistics/APPLIED/BUCLD/
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 15-May-2009
The Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) was started in
1976 by students in the Applied Psycholinguistics Program. The Conference
involves year-round planning and draws over 500 people from all over the U.S.
and around the world. It includes presentations in such areas as theoretical
approaches to language acquisition, cross-cultural language development, second
language development, language disorders, and literacy development. Each year,
close to 500 abstracts are submitted to the conference, from which about 87
papers and 66 posters are chosen for presentation. Internationally renowned
researchers also give keynote and plenary addresses, as well as a lunch
symposium on a topic of current interest.
Call for Papers
Submissions which present research on any topic in the fields of first and
second language acquisition from any theoretical perspectives will be fully
considered, including Bilingualism, Cognition & Language, Creoles & Pidgins,
Dialects, Discourse and Narrative, Gesture, Hearing Impairment and Deafness,
Input & Interaction, Language Disorders, Linguistic Theory, Neurolinguistics,
Pragmatics, Pre-linguistic Development, Reading and Literacy, Signed Languages,
Sociolinguistics, and Speech Perception & Production.
- Abstracts must represent original, unpublished research.
- Abstracts should be anonymous, clearly titled and no more than 500 words in
length. Please note the word count at the bottom of the abstract.
- Detailed information regarding abstract format, content, and evaluation
criteria can be found at our website: http://www.bu.edu/linguistics/APPLIED/BUCLD/
- Abstracts must be submitted using the form available at the conference website:
- The submission period will begin on April 1st.
- This year we are enacting a new author policy: Although each author may submit
as many abstracts as desired, we will accept for presentation a maximum of 1
first authored paper/poster. There is no limit on the number of additional
acceptances of papers/posters in any other authorship status.
- All submissions must be received by 8:00 PM EST, May 15, 2009. There will be
Jean Berko Gleason Award
BUCLD is proud to introduce the Jean Berko Gleason Award for the best student
papers. In honor of Jean Berko Gleason, Professor Emerita of Psychology at
Boston University, three awards will be given at the Plenary address on Saturday
night. All students who are first and presenting authors on a paper will be
considered for the award.
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