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Mon Feb 15 2010

Calls: Anthropological Ling, Applied Ling, General Ling/USA

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        1.    Sonja Lanehart, New Ways of Analyzing Variation 39

Message 1: New Ways of Analyzing Variation 39
Date: 12-Feb-2010
From: Sonja Lanehart <sonja.lanehartutsa.edu>
Subject: New Ways of Analyzing Variation 39
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Full Title: New Ways of Analyzing Variation 39
Short Title: NWAV39

Date: 04-Nov-2010 - 06-Nov-2010
Location: San Antonio, TX, USA
Contact Person: Sonja Lanehart
Meeting Email: nwav39gmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics;
Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 01-Jun-2010

Meeting Description:

NWAV 39 will take place November 4-6, 2010, in San Antonio, TX, at the
conclusion of the second biennial African American Language Conference. This
year's NWAV conference theme is "New" New Ways of Analyzing Variation:
Diversity, Interdisciplinarity, and Intersectionality.

Call for Papers

We invite submission of abstracts for papers and posters in all areas of
language research related to our theme, including anthropological linguistics,
education, rhetoric, writing, literacy, child language acquisition,
lexicography, corpus linguistics, sign language, communication studies,
variationist research in traditional and less commonly taught languages, and
other areas related to language variation. Multidisciplinary, multimethods, and
collaborative cutting-edge scholarship are all welcome. Abstracts not exceeding
300 words (excluding title and references) should be submitted electronically no
later than June 1, 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 panel sessions and
workshops. In addition to traditional workshops, we also welcome cutting-edge
and novel submissions particularly related to our themes of diversity,
interdisciplinarity, intersectionality, and 'new' ways of analyzing language,
particularly multimethods and qualitative methods. Organizers should submit
500-word abstracts describing the panel or workshop theme. Panel organizers
should also include individual 300-word abstracts for each participant.

The website with further information will be live by March 2010.
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