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Calls: Applied Linguistics/Spain

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        1.     Blanca Garcia-Riaza , Empiricism and Analytical Tools for Applied Linguistics

Message 1: Empiricism and Analytical Tools for Applied Linguistics
Date: 22-Oct-2010
From: Blanca Garcia-Riaza <bgrusal.es>
Subject: Empiricism and Analytical Tools for Applied Linguistics
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Full Title: Empiricism and Analytical Tools for Applied Linguistics
Short Title: 29th AESLA Conference

Date: 04-May-2011 - 06-May-2011
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Contact Person: Ovidi Carbonell Cortés
Meeting Email: AESLA2011usal.es
Web Site: http://aesla2011.tucongreso.es

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 21-Nov-2010

Meeting Description:

29th International Conference of the Spanish Association of Applied
Linguistics. The main goal of the 2011 AESLA Conference is to combine the
empirical methodologies of Discourse Analysis with critical approaches of
the social construction of reality through language. We welcome proposals
in the areas covered by the ten thematic panels of our Association as well
as those that focus on scientific descriptions of discourse from empirical or
quantitative methods, or linguistic models of representation as social
interaction in specific contexts.

Call For Papers

The Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA) is pleased to
announce its 29th Annual Conference, to be held at the University of
Salamanca (Spain) on 4-6 May 2011.This year's Conference focuses on
Empiricism and Analytical Tools for Applied Linguistics in the 21st Century.
The main goal of the 2011 AESLA Conference is to combine the empirical
methodologies of Discourse Analysis with critical approaches of the social
construction of reality through language. We welcome proposals in the
areas covered by the ten thematic panels of our Association as well as
those that focus on scientific descriptions of discourse from empirical or
quantitative methods, or linguistic models of representation as social
interaction in specific contexts.
The Conference will cover the following areas:
-Language acquisition
-Language teaching
-Language for specific purposes
-Language psychology, child language and psycholinguistics
-Sociolinguistics
-Pragmatics
-Discourse analysis
-Corpus linguistics, computational linguistics and linguistic engineering
-Lexicology and lexicography
-Translation and interpreting

The list of panel coordinators and contact details can be downloaded from
http://www.aesla.uji.es/paneles.
The following distinguished scholars will be our plenary speakers this year:
-Prof. Pamela Faber (University of Granada)
-Prof. Anna Mauranen (University of Helsinki)
-Prof. Michael O'Donnell (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
-Prof. Jonathan Potter (University of Loughborough)
-Prof. Henry Widdowson (University of Vienna)

Proposals (which should not exceed 500 words, excluding figures and
references) must be submitted using the online proposal submission form
(available at http://aesla2011.tucongreso.es/) no later than November 21st,
2010.

Authors will be notified of the acceptance/rejection of their papers around
21st December, once the review processes is completed. Contributors who
wish to publish the extended versions of their papers (approx. 2500 words,
including references) in the Conference Proceedings should submit their
texts no later than January 31st 2011 following the style sheet available at
http://aesla2011.tucongreso.es/en/aesla2011-style-guidelines.
The conference languages are Spanish and English. We thank you for your
interest and look forward to receiving your proposal.
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