LINGUIST List 16.3433|
Thu Dec 01 2005
Calls: Lang Acquisition/Argentina;Socioling/USA
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First International Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language
Symposium About Language and Society - Austin 2006
Message 1: First International Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language
From: Silvia Rivero <silvriveroaol.com>
Subject: First International Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language
Full Title: First International Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language
Date: 01-Jun-2006 - 03-Jun-2006
Location: Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Contact Person: Silvia Rivero
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Language Description; Morphology; Phonology; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics; Syntax; Text/Corpus Linguistics; Translation
Subject Language(s): Spanish
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2006
FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ACQUISITION OF SPANISH AS A FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE
Facultad de Humanidades y Artes, Universidad Nacional de Rosario,
June 1, 2 and 3, 2006
First Communication: Call for Papers
We announce the organization of the First Internacional Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language, to be held in Rosario, Argentina, on June 1, 2 and 3, 2006.
This Conference is organized by the M.A. Program in Linguistic Theory and Language Acquisition, the Center for the Study of Language Acquisition, and the Center of Theoretical Linguistics, of the Facultad de Humanidades y Artes, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina.
Language contact and interaction in Latin America generate specific political, economic, educational and social situations. Transnational webs as the ones established through MERCOSUR create and make explicit language situations in which L2 Spanish plays a central role.
The study of languages in contact and of their contexts becomes increasingly necessary. Teaching Spanish as a Second Language is proposed through language academies in a more coordinated and explicit way than it used to be and gradually occupies an increasingly more prominent role in the field of Language Teaching.
The complexity of the linguistic situation generated demands that its study be conducted through a number of autonomous and interacting approaches. At the same time, this perspective has an impact on the studies of the acquisition and teaching of L1 Spanish in general.
Having this goal in mind, the First International Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish as a First and Second Language propose the study, discussion, and evaluation of Spanish as a First and Second Language from multiple perspectives, mainly but not exclusively, from the perspective of L1 and L2 Acquisition Linguistics, Linguistic Theory, Computational Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Anthropological Linguistics,L1 Spanish Teaching, Foreign Language Teaching, Language and Education Policies, Government and NGOs Language Programs, and other areas linked to the study of language.
This Conference seeks the participation and interaction of specialists, teachers, and professionals in general in the areas mentioned above in order to create a specialized and collaborative environment for the study of Spanish.
Call for Papers- FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ACQUISITION OF SPANISH AS A FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE
1. L1 Spanish Acquisition
2. L2 Spanish Acquisition
3. Spanish Linguistics
4. Computacional Linguistics: Issues in the study of Spanish
5. L1 Spanish Teaching
6. L2 Spanish Teaching
7. Teaching of Foreign Languages to Spanish Spekers
8. Language Policies
9. Languages in Contact
10. Spanish and Translation.
- Research Discussion Forums
Conference Official Languages: Spanish, Portuguese, English.
Call for Papers-
Deadline for Abstract Submission (for Presentations, Panels, Posters, etc.):
February 28, 2006.
Please, include the following information:
- Title, in capital letters and centered.
- Author / s
- Affiliation :
- Thematic Area where the paper is included :
- Mailing and electronic addresses:
The Abstract should be sent electronically, as an attached file, to jornadasadquespyahoo.com.ar
Minimum: 200 words
Word for Windows or RTF
Font Type and Size: Times New Roman, 12.
Simple Line Spacing.
Paper Presenters: $70 (Until March 31, 2006) - $100 (On-site registration)
For further information contact: jornadasadquespyahoo.com.ar
Web site currently under construction (To be announced shortly in a forthcoming communication).
Message 2: Symposium About Language and Society - Austin 2006
From: Simeon Floyd <simfloyahoo.com>
Subject: Symposium About Language and Society - Austin 2006
Full Title: Symposium About Language and Society - Austin 2006
Short Title: SALSA XIV
Date: 07-Apr-2006 - 09-Apr-2006
Location: Austin, TX, USA
Contact Person: Simeon Floyd
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://studentorgs.utexas.edu/salsa/
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 17-Jan-2006
SALSA 2 0 0 6
The Symposium About Language and Society-Austin is pleased to announce its 14th Annual Meeting to be held April 7-9, 2006 at the University of Texas at Austin. We encourage the submission of abstracts on research that addresses the relationship of language to culture and society. Desired frameworks include but are not limited to:
Ethnography of Communication
Language and Identity
Speech Play, Verbal Art, and Poetics
Language, Media, and Technology
Language and Social Interaction
Discourse Analysis & Conversation Analysis
Gesture and Talk in Interaction
Language and Politics
2006 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
John Haviland, University of California, San Diego
Qing Zhang, University of Texas at Austin
Susan Herring, Indiana University
Kira Hall, University of Colorado at Boulder
CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers delivered at the conference will be published as a special edition of the Texas Linguistic Forum. Speakers will be allowed 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. Papers will be selected on the basis of a blind review process.
Please send submissions to SALSA 2006 through the online submission form on the SALSA web page. All submissions must include TWO abstracts: An extended abstract not to exceed 4,100 characters and spaces (approximately 600 words), including references and examples; and a shorter abstracts not to exceed 1,100 spaces and characters (approximately 150 words). Please note that the online submission form does not accept special formatting or text such as IPA. Only electronic submissions sent through our online form will be accepted. The abstract submission system will be available beginning December 1, 2005. Each person is limited to ONE submission as the primary author; multiple submissions by the same first author will not be accepted.
Visit the SALSA web page for submission guidelines and conference details and to submit your abstract:
Deadline for receipt of abstracts is Tuesday, JANUARY 17, 2006. Late submissions will not be accepted, and we cannot accept papers that are to be published elsewhere. Notification of acceptance will be sent in mid-February 2006. Pre-registration fees will be $25 for students and $50 for non-students, and on-site registration fees will be $30 for students and $60 for non-students.
Contact us at: SALSA
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Linguistics
1 University Station Stop B5100
Austin TX 78712-0198
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