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LINGUIST List 21.3559

Tue Sep 07 2010

Calls: Lang Doc, English/Nigeria

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Rotimi Taiwo, NESA 27th Annual Conference

Message 1: NESA 27th Annual Conference
Date: 06-Sep-2010
From: Rotimi Taiwo <ferotaiyahoo.com>
Subject: NESA 27th Annual Conference
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Full Title: NESA 27th Annual Conference
Short Title: NESA 2010

Date: 02-Nov-2010 - 05-Nov-2010
Location: Ota, Nigeria
Contact Person: Remi Akujobi
Meeting Email: cunesa2010yahoo.com

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

Nigeria English Studies Association (NESA)
Announces its 27th Annual Conference
Theme:Towards the Codification of Nigerian English

2nd - 5th November, 2010 at
CDS Conference Room,
Covenant University, Ota

1. Membership: N2000.00
2. Conference: N3,000, USD 150, £100, €80
3. Publications: N1000.00
4. Students: N500.00
5. Institutions: N500.00

Dr. Remi Akujobi
Local Organising Committee
Department of Languages
Covenant University, Ota.

Dr. Stephen Ogunpitan
Local Organising Committee
Department of Languages
Covenant University, Ota

Dr. Taiwo Abioye
Head, Dept. of Languages
Covenant University, Ota

Call For Papers

Abstracts are invited from intended participants and they could be on any of
the following sub-themes of the Conference:
-Nigerian English in the English Language Classroom
-Varieties of Nigerian English
-The Phonology of Nigerian English
-The Sociolinguistics of Nigerian English
-The Grammar of Nigerian English
-The Lexis of Nigerian English
-Stylistic Realities of Nigerian English
-Competence in Nigerian English
-The Syntax of Nigerian English
-Innovations/Deviations in Nigerian English
-Literature & Nigerian English
-Creativity, Aesthetics, Criticism & Nigerian English

Additional Attraction

Workshop for Teachers of English: 'Nigerian English & Language Teaching.'

Abstracts of not more than 250 words in MS word format should be sent
online (as attachments only) to cunesa2010yahoo.com latest by 30th
September, 2010.
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