Call for Papers - 2005 Conference of the International Society for Language Studies
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Could you please post the Call for Papers for the 2005 Conference of the
International Society for Language Studies (ISLS)? Thank you very much.
ISLS Conference Publicity Committee
Département de langues, linguistique et traduction
Québec, PQ (Canada)
CALL FOR PAPERS
2005 Conference of the International Society for Language Studies
Monday, April 18 - Wednesday, April 20
Conference web site:
The International Society for Language Studies (ISLS) encourages and
promotes critical discourse and research in language matters, broadly
conceived. Papers may be submitted for the following session strands:
- Discourse and Identity
- Interdisciplinary Foci
- Language Professions
- Research Methodology
Presentation proposals are accepted via the ISLS website. Various
presentation formats are possible: individual paper, paper session,
seminar. We particularly encourage multiple paper proposals as a venue for
scholars engaged in research and dialogue on special interest topics.
As an international organization with members from every continent, ISLS
encourages a multilingual event. Although the principal language of the
conference will be English, authors may submit proposals and present papers
in the language of their choice. In an effort to appeal to the broadest of
audiences and to ensure both audience attendance and participation in
conference sessions, authors are, however, strongly encouraged to prepare
support materials (hand-outs, overhead transparencies, slides, concurrent
bilingual translation) in a language likely to be common to attendees.
Sessions will be organized by topic, not language, unless a group of
authors propose an entire session.
Deadline for proposals: October 1, 2004.
Conference Chair: John Watzke.
The ISLS Conference directly follows the 2005 American Educational Research
Association (AERA) conference.
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