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  1. Mayssa Abou-Youssef, Special Number on Translation Theory
  2. (ayssa Abou-Youssef, 1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS

Message 1: Special Number on Translation Theory

Date: Thu, 02 Feb 1995 09:12:14 Special Number on Translation Theory
From: Mayssa Abou-Youssef <JKRTEYAgrove.iup.edu>
Subject: Special Number on Translation Theory

Studies in the Humanities is planning a special number for
December 1995 on Translation. Papers are solicited on such
topics as translation theory, cultural transmission, translation
of literary and performance texts, and the social and cultural
impact of translation. Papers/proposals for papers may be
sent to Malcolm Hayward, Editor, Studies in the Humanities,
110 Leonard Hall, IUP, Indiana PA 15705. Email:
mhaywardgrove.iup.edu. Studies in the Humanities publishes
articles in English only and uses the most recent MLA style for
citations.
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Message 2: 1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS

Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 19:27:47 -1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS
From: (ayssa Abou-Youssef <dvillaNMSU.Edu>
Subject: 1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS

 SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
 1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS:
 NEW DIRECTIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
 MAY 17-19, 1995

 DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS
 NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO

 SPONSORED BY THE INSTITUTE OF SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS
 DIRECTOR: CECILIA RODRIGUEZ PINO

 SUPPORTED BY THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AND
 THE MINORITY RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION COMMITTEE, NMSU

 ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED TO: February 17, 1995

 Call for papers which focus on, but are not limited to:
* Empirical research in the SNS classroom
* SNS theory which deals with education at the primary,
 secondary, university and adult education levels
* Integration of U.S. Hispanic literatures in the SNS
 classroom
* Content based instruction
* Research in related fields which impacts SNS theory,
 curriculum and outcome assessment

 Also included will be a Publishers/Authors Working Session

 Send a one page abstract to:
 Daniel Villa, Chair
 SNS Organizing Committee
 Dept. of Languages and Linguistics, NMSU
 Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003
 (505) 646-1230, FAX (505) 646-7876
 INTERNET: dvillanmsu.edu
 BITNET: dvillanmsuvm1

 IF POSSIBLE, PLEASE SUBMIT ABSTRACTS BY E-MAIL
************************************************************
 WORKING PAPERS OF THE INSTITUTE OF
 SPANISH FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS
 Editors: Cecilia Rodriguez Pino and Daniel Villa

A selection of papers presented at the Conference on Spanish
for Native Speaker: New Directions for the 21st Century,
will be published in a series of working papers to be housed
at the Institute of Spanish for Native Speakers at New
Mexico State University. This series is dedicated to
facilitating communication and to sharing information among
those interested in issues relating to the teaching of
Spanish to native speakers of the language. Authors will
retain the copyright to their papers.

Papers should be submitted on disk, either in Wordperfect,
Nota Bene or ASCII format, and should follow the guidelines
of the MLA Handbook. A principal goal of the Working Papers
is to make the accepted works available in as timely a
manner as possible; submitting papers in electronic format
will facilitate the publication process.

Copies of the Working Papers will be available in hard copy,
on disk, or on-line through FTP (File Transfer Process). We
strongly encourage those interested in obtaining copies to
consider electronic formats, in order to minimize the impact
on scarce resources. The cost of copies on paper and on disk
will be announced at the Conference.

Papers must be submitted to the editors by June 1, 1995, for
consideration for publication. Please send to the Institute
of Spanish for Native Speakers, Box 30001, Dept. 3L, NMSU,
Las Cruces, NM 88003, or submit in person at the Conference.
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