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20th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
Message 1: 20th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
From: Elena Favilla <info-eurosla20unimore.it>
Subject: 20th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
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Full Title: 20th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association
Short Title: Eurosla 20
Date: 02-Sep-2010 - 04-Sep-2010
Location: Reggio Emilia, Italy
Contact Person: Eurosla 20 Organising Committee
Meeting Email: info-eurosla20unimore.it
Web Site: http://eurosla.org/eurosla20home.html
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2010
The 20th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association will be
organized by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia at Reggio Emilia, Italy.
The Conference will open in the morning of 2nd September 2010 and close at lunch
time of 4th September.
Preceding the Conference, on 1st September, a Doctoral Workshop will take place
in the morning, and the Language Learning Roundtable in the afternoon.The call
for papers and other information are available on the Conference website
Call for Papers
Approaching deadline (15 February)
Proposals for papers, posters, and thematic colloquia are invited on all areas
of second language acquisition research. The conference theme is primarily a
thread for plenary talks; other presenters are invited, but not obliged, to
reflect on issues of construct definition, operationalization and measurement.
Abstracts will be rated regardless of their relevance to the conference theme.
The papers and posters must not have been previously published.
Each author may submit no more than one individual and one co-authored abstract.
All submissions will be reviewed anonymously by the scientific committee and
evaluated in terms of originality, clarity, and significance of findings and
All submissions will be promptly confirmed by e-mail.
Individual papers & Posters:
Papers will be 30 minutes: 20 minutes for presentation and 10 for discussion.
Posters are intended as a format for reports on work in progress.
Submissions for papers and posters should include the following (in this order):
1. name and affiliation of the author(s);
2. first author's e-mail address;
3. type of presentation intended: please indicate whether a paper or a poster;
4. the broad thematic areas in SLA research which best describe your abstract
among the following (please list 2-3 keywords): Theories and methods; Universal
Grammar, Functionalism; Processing approaches; Interactionist approaches;
Lexicon; Grammar; Phonology; Reading; Writing, Listening; Speaking; Language
attrition; Instructed SLA; Psycholinguistics and SLA; Neurolinguistics and SLA;
Social context and SLA; L2 use; Cross-linguistic influence; Individual
differences; Age effects and ultimate attainment; Others (please specify). The
sole purpose of this indication is that it will assist in distributing the
abstracts among suitable evaluators;
5. title of the paper;
6. abstract (max 300 words, excluding references and title).
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