LINGUIST List 16.1108

Thu Apr 07 2005

Calls: Applied Ling/Korea; General Ling/USA

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        1.    Larry Chong, 4th ASIACALL International Conference
        2.    Carolyn O'Meara, Niagara Linguistic Society Conference

Message 1: 4th ASIACALL International Conference

Date: 05-Apr-2005
From: Larry Chong <>
Subject: 4th ASIACALL International Conference

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Full Title: 4th ASIACALL International Conference
Short Title: ASIACALL 2005

Date: 10-Nov-2005 - 12-Nov-2005
Location: Suwon (near Seoul), Korea, Republic of
Contact Person: Larry Chong
Meeting Email:
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Jul-2005

Meeting Description:

Dear CALLers, Linguists, Language Teachers and Students all over the world,

The season for AsiaCALL 2005 is just around the corner. After a silence,
AsiaCALL, with ETAK Association, would like to break the ground of the 4th
ASIACALL International Conference, in Suwon (near Seoul), Korea, between 10th
and 12th of November, 2005. As Presidents of both the Associations, we would
like to invite you all to our homeland with all our heart, friends and support.
Come join us and enjoy this year's ASIACALL Conference.

Best regards,

Larry D. Chong, President, ASIACALL Association
Byung-bin Im, President, ETAK Association

The 4th ASIACALL International Conference

Suwon, R.O.Korea
November 10 -12, 2005

Conference Website: (On construction, but re-open soon)

(Submission Deadline: July. 15, 2005)

The overall theme of the conference is:

CALL and New Language Learning Environments in Asia

Sub-topics include, but are not restricted to:

- Computer Assisted Language Learning
- Multimedia Assisted Language Learning
- Technology Enhanced Language Learning
- Web-based Language Instruction
- Distance Language Instruction
- Mobile Assisted Language Learning
- Literature, Culture and Multimedia
- CALL & Less commonly taught languages
- CALL & New learning environments
- CALL & Collaboration
- CALL & Multiple Intelligences
- All The Other Topics in Applied Linguistics

We invite abstracts of up to 200 words for

- Paper presentations (time allotted 30 min)
- Show & TELL Workshops (approx. 50 minutes)
- Posters (space allotted 180x90 cm)

Submit abstracts by email in an attachment to
Remember to give the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, e-mail address,
phone number, FAX number and 50 word bio-data.

Important dates

- Deadline for submission of abstracts: July. 15, 2005.
- Notification of acceptance: July. 30, 2005.

Details regarding the program, registration and hotel accommodation will be sent
out to you ASAP. If you submit an abstract, you will automatically receive this
information. If you do not submit an abstract, send us an email in order to
receive our next newsletter.

Mail to:
Larry Chong, Ph.D., President

Co-hosted by:
Asia Association of Computer Assisted Language Learning
English Teachers Association in Korea

Message 2: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference

Date: 05-Apr-2005
From: Carolyn O'Meara <>
Subject: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference

Full Title: Niagara Linguistic Society Conference
Short Title: NLS

Date: 30-Sep-2005 - 02-Oct-2005
Location: Buffalo, NY, United States of America
Contact Person: Gabriela Perez Baez
Meeting Email:
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Jun-2005

Meeting Description:

The Graduate Linguistics Association at the University at Buffalo (State
University of New York) is pleased to announce the Niagara Linguistic Society
(NLS) Conference to take place at the University at Buffalo on September 30th,
October 1st and 2nd, 2005. The Niagara Linguistic Society is a student-run
organization, which for over five years has provided a forum for linguists in
the US northeast and neighboring Canada.

Keynote speakers

- Dr. Michael Silverstein (Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor of
Anthropology at the University of Chicago)
- Dr. Matthew Dryer (Professor of Linguistics, University at Buffalo)

Submission Guidelines

Presentations are 20 minutes in length, with an additional 10 minutes for
discussion. ABSTRACTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY JUNE 1st, 2005. Notification of
acceptance will be sent by e-mail by the first week of July.

- Abstracts should be no longer than one page with an additional page for
references and/or data. Do not include page numbers in your document.
- Abstracts must be submitted electronically. Submissions should be in Microsoft
Word, Rich Text (RTF), or Portable Document (PDF) formats.
- Do not include any identifying information in your abstract or file name, as
the selection process is intended to be anonymous. Make your file name refer to
your presentation title.
- Please include appropriate contact details in the body of your e-mail: name(s)
of author(s), affiliation, main contact author, e-mail address and phone number.
- More than one abstract may be submitted per person; however, only one paper
per person will be accepted for presentation. (The only exception may be in
instances where at least one of the papers has multiple authors.)
- E-mail abstracts to: and specify ''NLS Submission'' in the
subject line.
- Guidelines for publication of conference proceedings will be made available at
a later date.

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