LINGUIST List 22.523|
Sun Jan 30 2011
Calls: Athapaskan, Socioling, Discourse Analysis, General Ling/Canada
Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett
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1. James Crippen ,
Athabaskan Languages Conference
Message 1: Athabaskan Languages Conference
From: James Crippen <jcrippengmail.com>
Subject: Athabaskan Languages Conference
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Full Title: Athabaskan Languages Conference
Short Title: ALC
Date: 27-Jun-2011 - 29-Jun-2011
Location: Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada
Contact Person: James Crippen
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.uaf.edu/alc/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics
Language Family(ies): Athapaskan
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011
The 2011 Athabaskan Languages Conference will be held from June 27 to 29 in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. This year's conference themes are intergenerational learning, narrative uses of language, and exchange between language groups.
The Athabaskan Languages Conference (also known as the Dene Languages Conference) brings together linguists, speakers, educators and policy makers from across the Athabaskan region. Over the past few decades this conference has become the principal forum in which members and researchers of geographically distant but culturally and intellectually related Athabaskan communities can compare knowledge and learn from each other.
Call for Papers:
Presentations on any topic related to Athabaskan languages are welcome, but the conference organizers especially encourage topics relating to the conference themes.
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Abstracts can be submitted as plain text (.txt), PDF (.pdf), OpenOffice documents (.dot), or Microsoft Word documents (.doc). PDF is preferred, particularly if your abstract includes phonetic symbols.
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