LINGUIST List 23.5117|
Fri Dec 07 2012
Calls: English, Phonetics, Phonology, Socioling, Applied Ling/Spain
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Jose A. Mompean <mompeanum.es>
Subject: English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices
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Full Title: English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices
Short Title: EPIP 3
Date: 08-May-2013 - 10-May-2013
Location: Murcia, Spain
Contact Person: Jose A. Mompean
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://sites.google.com/site/epip32013/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Phonetics; Phonology; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 14-Jan-2013
This will be the 3rd International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues & Practices, following those in Chambéry, France (2009) and Grahamstown, South Africa (2011).
The conference aims to bring together researchers and teachers of English, phonetics, phonology and EFL/ESL/EA interested in the issues surrounding English pronunciation, both native and non-native.
2nd Call for Papers:
The submission deadline has been extended to Monday 14 January 2013.
The 3rd International Conference on English Pronunciation (EPIP3) invites proposals on any aspect of research on English pronunciation. EPIP3 welcomes proposals on a wide variety of issues, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Norms & reference accents
- Variability in native & non-native accents of English
- Methodology of accent studies, pedagogical implications
- Implications of phonological change
- Sociolinguistic aspects and issues of identity
- Analyses of national or regional language policy
Proposals regarding original, previously unpublished research are invited in two formats: individual papers or posters. Each paper presentation will be scheduled for 20 minutes.
Each person may submit no more than one abstract as the first author. The first author will have to register for the conference in order to be assured a place on the programme.
Instructions for Submissions:
(a) Abstracts should be written in English.
(b) Authors should specify a format (paper or poster) at the time the proposal is submitted.
(c) Abstracts should not exceed 500 words (excluding references).
(d) Authors should email 2 copies, one in .doc format, including their name(s), affiliation(s), and email address(es) under the title, and the other in PDF format (for anonymous review), identified by title only.
(e) Abstracts should be sent to the following address: epip2013gmail.com.
Abstracts for paper/poster presentations will be double-blind peer-reviewed.
A selection of papers will be published after the conference.
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