From: Kenny Wang <k.wanguws.edu.au>
Subject: 10th PALA International Symposium of Processability Approaches to Language Acquisition
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Full Title: 10th PALA International Symposium of Processability Approaches to
Short Title: 10th PALA
Date: 19-Sep-2010 - 21-Sep-2010
Location: Sydney, Australia
Contact Person: Kenny Wang
Meeting Email: k.wanguws.edu.au
Web Site: http://www.processability.net/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Translation
Call Deadline: 03-May-2010
10th PALA International Symposium of Processability Approaches to Language
Paths Towards Advanced L2 Use
19-21 September 2010
Gisela Håkansson (Lund, Sweden)
Satomi Kawaguchi (UWS, Australia)
Joerg Kessler (Ludwigsburg, Germany)
Manfred Pienemann (Newcastle, UK & Paderborn, Germany)
School of Humanities and Languages
and Interpreting & Translation Research Group
University of Western Sydney
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of PALA international symposium!
Second Call for Papers
Submissions are invited: Please send your 300 words abstract to
Kenny Wang k.wanguws.edu.au by May 3rd, 2010
for details please check the conference website - www.processability.net
Proposals for papers and posters on research related to processability,
bilingualism, and second language acquisition are invited, particularly research
on advanced learners including advanced L2 users such as interpreters and
translators (especially trainees). Papers must not have been previously
published. Each author may submit no more than one individual and one
co-authored abstract. All submissions will be reviewed anonymously and evaluated
in terms of originality, clarity, and significance of findings and conclusions.
Papers will be 30 minute long (20 minutes for presentation and 10 for discussion).
Posters will be orally presented as 4-minute 'speed-papers' as well as visual
posters. This format is ideal for research students and work-in-progress
Submissions for papers and posters should include the following:
1. Title of the paper, and abstract of 300 words (excluding references and title),
2. Name and affiliation of the author(s),
3. First author's postal and e-mail addresses,
4. Type of presentation intended: please indicate whether your proposal is to be
considered for a paper, a poster, or either.
Please send all submission to: k.wanguws.edu.au
Deadline for abstract submissions: 3 May 2010
Notification of acceptance: 24 May 2010
Publication of papers: A selection of papers will be proposed for publication in
the PALART Series (Amsterdam: John Benjamins).
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