LINGUIST List 24.1442|
Thu Mar 28 2013
Calls: Applied Linguistics/Taiwan
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Michael Tanangkingsing <migueltms19.hinet.net>
Subject: 2013 Taipei Tech International Conference on Applied Linguistics
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Full Title: 2013 Taipei Tech International Conference on Applied Linguistics
Date: 14-Nov-2013 - 15-Nov-2013
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Contact Person: Allen Yen
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.taipei-tech.com/aplx
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 24-May-2013
The 2013 Applied Linguistics Conference (AppLing 2013), to be hosted by the Department of English at National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech) on November 14-15, 2013, will bring together researchers interested in language, discourse, SLA, translation, cultural studies, and other related fields to report new research findings, exchange innovative ideas, and share frameworks in these areas. This bi-annual international event was launched in 2008 with the System, Norm and the Societal: A Conference on ‘Translation Studies as Science,’ where we reflected on the socio-cultural issues behind the activity of translating. In 2009, we deliberated on language instruction, its research and development, at the Applied Linguistics and Sociolinguistics: the Form and the Content. In 2011, we held the Applied Linguistics and Language Learning: Diversity and Innovation, which provided us with another venue for scholastic exchanges. This year, we continue this tradition hoping to attract a greater number of international researchers to present research findings in their areas of expertise, with a view to facilitate productive exchanges and fruitful interaction between participants and stimulate new ideas and research directions in their respective fields of study.
Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics
The University of Auckland
Director, the Learning Centre
The University of New South Wales
2nd Call for Papers:
1. Applied Linguistics: pragmatics, phraseology, discourse analysis, text linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics, language and culture, language and technology, language assessment, corpus linguistics, cross-linguistic and cross-cultural communication, gender studies, and other relevant topics
2. Foreign Language Teaching Theory and Practice: L2 acquisition/SLA, content-based instruction, multi-/cross-cultural issues in English education, technology and English education, and other relevant topics
3. ESP Research and Teaching: technical writing, corpus resources, English for vocational education/business/tourism/science/medicine/technology/management, innovations in ESP curriculum design, international/inter-cultural communication, trends and challenges in English for specific purposes
4. Translation Studies: translation theory and practice, translation teaching and programming, translation studies programming, polysystem studies, auto-lingual translation studies
5. Themes otherwise proposed are welcome. Please send proposals to the Host.
Official Languages: English and Chinese
1. Abstract Due: Please submit your less-than-200-words abstract and Author/s Information Form on word to ntutengntut.edu.tw by May 24, 2013. Please indicate ‘2013 Taipei Tech Conference Abstract’ as ‘Subject’ in your email. Submissions can be either in English or Chinese.
*Important: Please proceed to the conference website to download the Author Info Sheet. Conference website: http://taipei-tech.com/aplx/about/.
2. Acceptance Notification: before end of June 2013
3. Contact: Department of English, Taipei Tech
Tel: 886-2-27712171, exts. 3901 & 3902; Email: ntutengntut.edu.tw
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