LINGUIST List 8.550

Sat Apr 19 1997

Calls: Second Lg Research

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  1. Sue Gass, Second Language Research Forum

Message 1: Second Language Research Forum

Date: Sat, 19 Apr 1997 11:10:11 -0400
From: Sue Gass <>
Subject: Second Language Research Forum

Call for SLRF '98 Site Proposals

The SLRF '97 (Second Language Research Forum) Organizing Committee invites
proposals to host SLRF '98. The proposal should include descriptions of the

- Proposed dates for SLRF '98

- Brief description of university and available conference facilities

- Potential financial resources

- Human resources - number of students and faculty interested in working on
 SLRF. While this is a student-run conference, there should be at least one
 faculty member working as advisor to your planning committee.

- Conference plan (i.e., number of plenaries, colloquia, paper sessions), as
 well as any other distinguishing features of your proposal

- Proposed conference rates

- Social events planned

- Hotel accommodations

- Transportation to host university

In addition to this information, please let us know the possibility of sending
a representative to SLRF '97 at Michigan State University in East Lansing,
October 17-19, and whether your university has hosted SLRF before.

The proposal should be submitted on behalf of a committee which is already
established. Proposals should not exceed 1000 words in length. Deadline for
submission is July 1, 1997.

Send proposals to:
SLRF '97 Organizing Committee
English Language Center
One Center for International Programs
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824

Sue Gass
English Language Center
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, MI 48824-1035

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