NAACLT '97 (North American Association for Celtic Language Teachers) proposals deadline has been extended to January 30, 1997. To submi proposals, contact Dr. Roslyn Blyn-LaDrew (email@example.com); for conference details contact Dr. Kenneth Nilsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BAAL Book Prize 1997 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Nominations are invited for the 1997 BAAL Book Prize.
Each year the British Association for Applied Linguistics makes an award to an outstanding book in Applied Linguistics published in English in the previous year.
Mike Baynham (1995) Literacy Practices: investigating literacy in social contexts. London: Longman
Ben Rampton (1995) Crossing: language and ethnicity among adolescents. London: Longman
Patrick Stevenson (1995) (ed) The German Language and the Real World: sociolinguistic, cultural, and pragmatic perspectives on contemporary German. Oxford: Clarendon Press
Entries for this year's prize should be notified to the BAAL Publications Secretary by March 3rd 1997. Nominations must be made by publishers and four copies of each title, together with an administration fee to the value of 25 pounds sterling will be required. If you are the author of an important text in Applied Linguistics (in the broadest sense) published last year then please forward this notice to your publisher. Books published in English outside the UK are welcomed.
The award will be announced at the BAAL Annual Meeting in September 1997.
Entries for the Book Prize should be sent to:
David Graddol BAAL Publications Secretary School of Education Open University Milton Keynes MK7 6AA UK
Further details about the prize can be obtained from tha address or by email or fax:
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