LINGUIST List 14.1064

Wed Apr 9 2003

Calls: Second Language Research Forum/AZ USA

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  1. Linda R. Waugh, SLRF 2003: Extension to Abstract Deadline

Message 1: SLRF 2003: Extension to Abstract Deadline

Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2003 20:54:33 -0700
From: Linda R. Waugh <lwaughU.Arizona.Edu>
Subject: SLRF 2003: Extension to Abstract Deadline

Due to the many requests for an extension on the SLRF 2003 Call for
Papers, we decided to move the FINAL deadline to April 21st,
2003. Please see below and on our website
( for instructions.

Many of you have already sent in one or more abstracts. Thank you very
much for these submissions. It will take us about a week to process
your abstracts. After that time period, you will receive a
confirmation email, indicating whether ie received all the necessary
information with your submission. We have received a large number of
submissions, and will start reviewing the abstracts next
week. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent to you within
the next two months. We are hoping that we will be done by the end of

SLRF 2003
Multiple Paths: Mutual Goals
October 16-19, 2003
Tucson, Arizona

The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) is a prestigious and
internationally renowned conference on second language acquisition
(SLA). It is the premier conference on SLA in North America providing
a venue for established scholars and graduate students to present work
on a wide variety of theoretical and empirical issues in SLA including
cognitive, linguistic and sociolinguistic SLA research conducted in
both laboratory and classroom settings. Abstracts for papers/posters
regarding theory and research in SLA, especially interdisciplinary
approaches to second language acquisition are invited. Please choose
one submission format:
- Paper Presentations: 30 minutes long with a 10-minute discussion
- Poster Presentations: to be displayed for a 2-hour block of time.

Send submission to:
Please refer to our submission guidelines and our abstract criteria on
the SLRF 2003 website
Final Deadline for Abstracts: April 21st, 2003
Estela Ene and Senta Goertler
Program Co-Chairs SLRF 2003
Second Language Acquisition and Teaching
Transitional Office Building, Room 208, 1731 E. 2nd Street, P.O. Box
The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0014

Dr. Linda R. Waugh, Professor of French, English, Anthropology, and 
Chair, Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition
and Teaching (SLAT)
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 85721, USA
URL for SLAT Program:
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