LINGUIST List 8.201

Mon Feb 10 1997

Calls: Celtic Lx, Southeast TESOL, TESOL

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  1. Cathal Doherty, Celtic Linguistics Conference 2
  2. EAELDER, Southeast Regional TESOL Conference
  3. EAELDER, Carolina TESOL

Message 1: Celtic Linguistics Conference 2

Date: Fri, 07 Feb 1997 14:25:45 +0000 (GMT)
From: Cathal Doherty <CDOHERTYmacollamh.ucd.ie>
Subject: Celtic Linguistics Conference 2


 SECOND CELTIC LINGUISTICS CONFERENCE

 Call for Papers


The 2nd Celtic Linguistics Conference will be held at University
College Dublin on 20-21 June, 1997. Abstracts are invited for 45
minute talks (30+15) on all aspects of theoretically-oriented research
on the Celtic languages. Please submit 4 copies of a 1-page abstract
(3 anonymous and one camera-ready copy with name, affiliation etc.) to
the address below. Abstracts must be received by March 10, 1997.

 Invited speakers include:

 David Adger (University of York)
 Bob Borsley (University of Wales, Bangor)
 Jim McCloskey (University of California, Santa Cruz)
 Gillian Ramchand (Oxford University)
 Ian Roberts (University of Stuttgart)
 Alain Rouveret (Universite Paris 7)

The conference will be held on the Belfield campus (approximately 5km
from the city centre). Accomodation on campus will be available.

Expressions of interest and requests for further information should be
sent to:

Cathal.Dohertyucd.ie

or to:

Celtic Linguistics Conference,
Department of Linguistics,
University College Dublin,
Belfield, Dublin 4
Ireland

							
Department of Linguistics,
University College Dublin,
Dublin 4
Ireland
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Message 2: Southeast Regional TESOL Conference

Date: Mon, 10 Feb 97 12:58:48 EST
From: EAELDER <EAELDERVM.SC.EDU>
Subject: Southeast Regional TESOL Conference


SOUTHEAST REGIONAL TESOL CONFERENCE

Sunday, November 23 - Wednesday, November 26
Charleston, SC

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

You are invited to submit proposals for the Southeast Regional TESOL
conference. You are encouraged to submit proposals on practice,
theory, and research as they pertain to teaching and administration at
all levels from elementary through higher and adult education.
Presentations on materials and curriculum, professional development,
teacher training, staff development, and cultural concerns, as well as
other areas of professional interest, are also welcomed.

To receive a proposal form, send e-mail to:

Regionalepi.sc.edu

Please share your ideas and expertise with colleagues from the ten
states and nine TESOL affiliates of the Southeast Region. Shortly
after the June 30 proposal deadline, you will receive pre-
registration materials for the conference at the Orient Express
Charleston Place Hotel, one of the top 25 hotels in the U.S., located
in the heart of historic Charleston.

Program Chair:
Mark Porter
English Programs for Internationals
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
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Message 3: Carolina TESOL

Date: Mon, 10 Feb 97 12:46:37 EST
From: EAELDER <EAELDERVM.SC.EDU>
Subject: Carolina TESOL


1997 Carolina TESOL Spring Conference
Friday, April 4 - Saturday, April 5
University Hilton, Charlotte, NC

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

You are invited to submit proposals for the Carolina TESOL Spring
Conference.

The theme is Linguistics in the ESL Classroom. This conference will be
held in conjunction with the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics
Spring Conference (SECOL). Registration qualifies participants to
attend sessions from SECOL as well as Carolina TESOL. Lodging has been
arranged at the Hilton for a flat rate of $79 per room for up to two
occupants. The deadline for hotel reservations is March 30. For hotel
reservations call 704-547-7444 or 800-445-8667 or 704-549-9708 (fax).
Please inform the registrar that you are with Carolina TESOL.

The plenary on April 5, Dialects and TESOL: Obligation and Opportunity,
will be given by Dr. Walt Wolfram

To receive a proposal form, send e-mail to:

springepi.sc.edu

Please share your ideas and expertise with colleagues from the Carolinas
and neighboring areas.

The e-mail reply will include registration information.

Program Chair: Allie Wall
English Language Training Institute
UNC-Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223
704-547-3461 (w)
704-376-2624 (h)

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