Temple University Japan:
Temple University Japan Applied Linguistics Colloquium 2008
Date: Sunday, February 10th, 2008 Time: 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Speaker: Call for papers due December 10, 2007
Calls for papers are due December 10, 2007. The organizing committee of the Temple University Applied Linguistics Colloquium invites interested applied linguistic researchers to submit proposals for presentation at the Temple University Applied Linguistics Colloquium 2008 which will be held on Sunday, February 10, 2008 at Temple University Japan in Tokyo. This colloquium is co-sponsored by the JALT Tokyo Chapter and Pragmatics SIG.
Please note that research in any area of Applied Linguistics will be welcome. Two types of proposals will be considered:
1. Reports on completed research
2. Works in progress (including completed research design and/or data collection)
Presentations will be 30 minutes in length (including 10 minutes for questions and answers). Please send a 50-word summary for the colloquium program, a 150-word abstract, and personal information to the following e-mail address with an attached file (Word or Rich Text File) by December 10, 2007. email@example.com
For further information, please contact Megumi Kawate-Mierzejewska at firstname.lastname@example.org 1.
The attached file should consist of 2 pages:
(1) one cover page with
(a) name of all authors
(b) full address
(c) phone and fax
(d) e-mail address of all authors
(f) paper title
(g) proposed type of presentation (i.e., completed research, work in progress)
(h) a 50-word summary
(2) an anonymous one-page 150-word abstract with paper title
Please write your name (family, first) in the space for subject (RE) when you e-mail the file. Notification of acceptance or non-acceptance of your proposal will be sent to you by mid-January (around January 10, 2008).
Organization: Temple University Japan
Venue: Temple University Japan in Tokyo
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