LINGUIST List 25.4914
Thu Dec 04 2014
Calls: Applied Ling, General Ling, Lang Acquisition, Socioling/Greece
Editor for this issue: Anna White <awhitelinguistlist.org>
Vasilia Kourtis-Kazoullis <kazoullis
Rethinking Language, Diversity and Education E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Rethinking Language, Diversity and Education
Date: 28-May-2015 - 31-May-2015
Location: Rhodes, Greece
Contact Person: Peter Trifonas
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://rlde.aegean.gr/ocs/index.php/RLDE/RLDE
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2015
Rethinking, Language, Diversity, and Education will address social, linguistic and cultural difference in educational contexts by asking participants to take up questions of globalization, difference, community, identity, democracy, ethics, politics, technology, language rights, and cultural politics through the evolving field of Language Education.
The conference, co-organized by the University of Toronto and the University of the Aegean in collaboration with the University of Crete, will take place in Rhodes, Greece, May 28-31 2015.
Guest speakers professors Jim Cummins (University of Toronto) and Michalis Damanakis (University of Crete) will be honored during the conference for their significant contributions in promoting and empowering linguistic and cultural diversity in education.
Call for Papers:
1. Papers 20 minutes, with 5 minutes for questions/responses
2. Symposium 1.5 hours with 3 contributors
3. Posters (to be displayed at designated times throughout the conference)
4. *Virtual papers
Abstracts should address directly at least one of the key strands of the conference:
1. Mapping language diversity: Cultures, countries, communities, and Institutions
2. Languages in context: Heritage languages, languages in diaspora, immigrant, minority, indigenous languages
3. Continua of language diversity: Linguistic transformations, translanguaging, biliteracy, plurilingualism
4. Language policy and planning
5. Language assessment, standards, and testing
6. Literacy, multiliteracies, multimodalities
7. Language contexts, e-contexts and hybrid contexts
8. Pedagogical orientations
9. Language, diversity and identity
10. Research methodology
11. Literacy, language diversity & technology
*A limited number of Virtual Papers in the form of podcast spaces or other multimedia productions are available for students and faculty who would like to present at the conference but cannot attend in person. A paper must be submitted after the Abstract is accepted. The mode of presentation is virtual.
Only submissions that have not been previously published or presented at another professional meeting are eligible. After abstract is accepted, a full paper must be uploaded to the conference web site.
Deadline: January 15, 2015
Title: The paper title should be entered with proper capitalization in title case: Make Sure That the First Letter of Each Appropriate Word Is Capitalized. Spell out all acronyms or abbreviations in parentheses.
Abstract: Submit an abstract that addresses the basic elements of a research or scholarly paper/presentation. If a Virtual Paper presentation is requestion, it must be stated clearly in the abstract. Abstracts for accepted submissions will be made publicly available. The following areas can be used as a guide when writing the abstract:
1. Objectives or purposes
2. Perspective(s) or theoretical framework
3. Methods, techniques, or modes of inquiry
4. Data sources, evidence, objects, or materials
5. Results and/or substantiated conclusions or warrants for arguments/point of view
6. Scientific or scholarly significance of the study or work
Page Updated: 04-Dec-2014