LINGUIST List 30.1431

Fri Mar 29 2019

Calls: English; Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Ling & Lit, Ling Theories, Socioling/Singapore

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Date: 26-Mar-2019
From: Abdur Rahman K A Bahrudeen Shah <>
Subject: 20th English in Southeast Asia Conference
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Full Title: 20th English in Southeast Asia Conference
Short Title: ESEA2019

Date: 06-Dec-2019 - 07-Dec-2019
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Contact Person: Abdur Rahman K A Bahrudeen Shah
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
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Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Ling & Literature; Linguistic Theories; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 01-May-2019

Meeting Description:

The English in Southeast Asia (ESEA) Conference series began in 1996 as a collaboration between NIE, NTU (Singapore), Universiti Malaya and UBD. Since then, the group of collaborating institutions has expanded to become truly representative of Southeast Asia.

Themes for the conference:

Southeast Asian Discourses and Cultures
Cyber Englishes and Linguistic Landscapes
English Language Teaching in Southeast Asia
Development, Variation and Change in Southeast Asian Englishes
English(es) in the Multilingual Workplace
Language Attitudes and Ideologies in Southeast Asia
Multimodal Englishes
New Directions for Language Planning and Policies in Southeast Asia
English in New Asian Literatures
New Perspectives on English Language Teacher Education
Reconceptualising Language Testing and Assessment

Call for Papers:

The organisers invite the submission of abstracts of original papers relevant to understanding English in Southeast Asia.

Abstracts should be 200 to 250 words in length and are expected to indicate a clear objective, show awareness of the background to the issue to be discussed and provide some indication of the approach taken.

Each participant will be given 20 minutes for oral presentations, with 10 minutes devoted at the end
of each session for questions.

Strict time-keeping will be maintained for all papers.

Participants are also invited to submit abstracts of 3 or 4 papers to form a colloquium in one of the themes listed above.

One person must:

serve as the corresponding presenter

provide an overview abstract of 100 to 150 words, along with the abstracts for the 3 to 4 individual papers that will comprise the session (each 200 to 250 words long) beneath the overview abstract.

Please note the following:

1) All presenters must be registered for the conference.

2) Each presenter may present no more than two papers.

Visit the following page for information on how to submit:

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