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LINGUIST List 21.513

Mon Feb 01 2010

Calls: Anthropological Ling, Socioling/USA

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        1.    Sonja Lanehart, African American Language and Pop Culture: among Language, Education, Music, Media, and Sports

Message 1: African American Language and Pop Culture: among Language, Education, Music, Media, and Sports
Date: 26-Jan-2010
From: Sonja Lanehart <sonja.lanehartutsa.edu>
Subject: African American Language and Pop Culture: among Language, Education, Music, Media, and Sports
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Full Title: African American Language and Pop Culture: among Language,
Education, Music, Media, and Sports
Short Title: AAL2

Date: 02-Nov-2010 - 03-Nov-2010
Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA
Contact Person: Sonja Lanehart
Meeting Email: aalconferencegmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 26-Apr-2010

Meeting Description:

The second bienniel African American Language Conference will take place
November 2-3, 2010, in San Antonio, TX, immediately preceding NWAV 39 (which
will be November 4-7, 2010). This year's AAL conference theme is "AAL in Pop
Culture: Intersections among Language, Education, Music, Media, and Sports."

Call for Papers

We invite submission of abstracts for papers and posters in all areas of
language research related to our theme. Multidisciplinary, multimethods, and
collaborative scholarship are all welcome. Abstracts not exceeding 300 words
(excluding title and references) should be submitted electronically at
http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/AAL2010 no later than April 26, 2010. Authors
may submit one singly authored and one jointly-authored abstract or two
jointly-authored abstracts. Submissions will be reviewed anonymously.

We are also accepting proposals for a limited number of panels/interactive
symposia. Organizers should submit 400-word abstracts describing the
panel/interactive symposia theme and individual 300-word abstracts for each
participant.

The expected outcome of this conference is an edited collection of cutting-edge,
seminal, and vibrant scholarship in AAL research. As such, all accepted
abstracts must have completed papers submitted by October 14, 2010, with revised
final drafts due two months after reviewer comments are received by the authors.
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