LINGUIST List 30.4062
Fri Oct 25 2019
Calls: Applied Linguistics/Japan
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Daniel Quintero <quintero
Linguapax Asia 2020: World Languages in Multilingual Society. Common Values and Challenges for Teaching and Learning E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: Linguapax Asia 2020: World Languages in Multilingual Society. Common Values and Challenges for Teaching and Learning
Date: 13-Jun-2020 - 13-Jun-2020
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contact Person: Daniel Quintero
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Call Deadline: 17-Jan-2020
LINGUAPAX ASIA 2020
Description: Tokyo hosts the 2020 Olympics - an event with a message of world peace and friendship through sport. Multilingual people from around the world, sharing various languages, will come to Japan. What common values do we share? What challenges do we face as teachers and learners of Spanish or Korean in Japan, Chinese in Australia, Korean in Malaysia? Why do we teach and learn other languages? How can we raise the awareness, among all stakeholders, about the multilingual society we all share.
Linguapax Asia '20 brings together the shared concern of teachers and learners of different languages of the world. Linguapax Asia 20 focuses on what teachers and learners of many different languages share about their experience. Linguapax Asia invites proposals for (a) individual papers and (b) poster sessions in all areas of research in Teaching and Learning languages, Bilingualism, Multilingualism, Language policy, Deaf Sign language, Heritage language, Endangered language, Migration, Family language maintenance. There will be a panel on Multilingualism and a round table on Community Languages in Japan: Japanese Sign Language, Japanese, English and other languages interpretation provided.
Attendance Fee: No Charge
Venue: International Christian University (ICU), Tokyo, Japan
Linguapax Asia works in partnership with Linguapax International, a non-governmental organization located in Barcelona, Spain. The Asian associate of Linguapax International, Linguapax Asia carries out the objectives of both Linguapax International and UNESCO's Linguapax Project with a special focus on Asia and the Pacific Rim. For further information visit our website at http://www.linguapax-asia.org
The organizers: The event is organized by Linguapax Asia.
Call for Papers:
Please send your proposal for a paper or poster session to Dr. Daniel Quintero García, Program Director at quintero
icu.ac.jp by the deadline, January 17 (Friday), 2020.
We welcome original and previously unpublished papers. The language of the conference is English. Papers are assigned 30 minutes plus Q&A. (15 minutes for ‘young scholars’). Abstracts should be sent in English by email attachment (300-350 words, excluding title and references, in Times New Roman, 12 pt.) and include the following: name and affiliation of the author, e-mail address of the first author/convener, title of the paper, abstract.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent before March 6 2020.
Since the number of presentation slots is limited, selection is competitive.
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