[EDLING:789] Re: CFP: Working Papers in Educational Linguistics

Felicia Lincoln flincoln at UARK.EDU
Tue May 3 20:08:07 UTC 2005

I got my Ph.D. in Educational Linguistics with Dr. Hornberger.  I have a
ph.d. student here in Arkansas who would like to submit a paper.  Her title
of her research is "the attitudes of preservice teachers toward issues in
multicultural education." I am including her abstract for you to look
at.  Could you let me know if you would consider her paper for your
journal.  Thanks.

At 10:11 PM 4/28/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>Call for Papers
>for the
>Fall 2005 Issue
>The Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL) is a student managed
>journal that publishes data-driven research by students and faculty.  WPEL is
>abstracted on LLBA and ERIC databases and it is distributed to more than one
>hundred universities world-wide.  WPEL accepts submissions from all
>members of
>the University of Pennsylvania community.  WPEL is dedicated to exchanging
>ideas and sharing both quantitative as well as qualitative research findings
>among scholars.  For further information, including submission guidelines,
>visit our website:
>Topics of interest: second language acquisition, sociolinguistics,
>interlanguage pragmatics, language planning and policy, literacy, TESOL
>methods and materials, bilingual education, classroom research on language
>literacy, discourse analysis, computer assisted language learning, language
>and gender, language and the professions, and language related curriculum
>Submission Deadline for Fall 2005: May 13, 2005
>Send submissions to:        Working Papers in Educational Linguistics
>                                          Graduate School of Education, LED
>                                                 University of Pennsylvania
>                                                 3700 Walnut Street
>                                                 Philadelphia, PA  19104
>Send email attachments and questions to: wpel at gse.upenn.edu
>Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kathryn Howard
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Felicia Lincoln, Ph.D.
College of Education and Health Professions
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
203 Peabody Hall
Fayetteville, AR 72701-1201
The end of the dictatorship of English marks the beginning of North
American cultural democracy.
-- Joshua A. Fishman, June 2002

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