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Wed Jan 14 2004

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Message 1: IRAAL symposium for Current Postgraduate Research in Applied Linguistics

Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 08:07:52 -0500 (EST)
From: tadhg.ohifearnain <tadhg.ohifearnainul.ie>
Subject: IRAAL symposium for Current Postgraduate Research in Applied Linguistics


IRAAL symposium for Current Postgraduate Research in Applied Linguistics 

Date: 17-Jan-2004 - 17-Jan-2004
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Contact: Anna Gallagher
Contact Email: an.gallaghermay.ie 
Meeting URL: http://www.iraal.ie 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis,
Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

IRAAL symposium for Current Postgraduate Research in Applied
Linguistics Irish Association for Applied Linguistics (IRAAL)
symposium for Current Postgraduate Research in Applied Linguistics.

Saturday 17 January, Room 3074, Trinity College, Dublin.

The symposium is being sponsored by Authentik.
http://www.authentik.com

Twenty-two graduate students from University of Dublin, Dublin City
University, University of Limerick, University College Cork, NUI
Maynooth, Mary Immaculate College and IT Tralee will present short
presentations on research in progress in four sessions:

09:15 Corpora and Discourse
11:40 Language and Society
13:45 Linguistic Processing and Representation
15:30 Language Education

The purpose of the symposium is to provide a supportive environment
for graduate students to present their ongoing research and to receive
constructive feedback. IRAAL is planning to organize a series of
follow-up workshops for postgraduates.

Details of the speakers and papers are posted on the IRAAL web site:
http://www.iraal.ie
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