17.3649, Calls: Language Acquisition/UK

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Subject: 17.3649, Calls: Language Acquisition/UK

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Date: 07-Dec-2006
From: Annabelle David < annabelle.david at ncl.ac.uk >
Subject: EUROSLA 17 

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Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 16:22:25
From: Annabelle David < annabelle.david at ncl.ac.uk >
Subject: EUROSLA 17 

Full Title: EUROSLA 17 
Short Title: EUROSLA 17 

Date: 11-Sep-2007 - 14-Sep-2007
Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom 
Contact Person: Annabelle David
Meeting Email: eurosla17 at ncl.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/niassh/eurosla17 

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition 

Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2007 

Meeting Description:

The 17th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association will be organized by Newcastle University, UK.

Interfaces in Second Language Acquisition Research

Plenary speakers

- Judith Kroll, Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Christophe Pallier, Cognitive Neuroimaging Research Unit, INSERM, Paris, France
- Manfred Pienemann, Newcastle University, UK / Paderborn University, Germany
- Natascha Müller, University of Wuppertal, Germany 

Proposals for papers, posters and thematic colloquia on any aspect of second language acquisition research are invited. All topics in the field of second language acquisition will be considered. Priority will be given to abstracts that discuss the theme of the conference. All submissions will be reviewed anonymously and evaluated in terms of originality, clarity, and significance of findings and conclusions.

Each author may submit no more than one individual and one co-authored abstract. The paper must not have been previously published.

Individual papers will be 30 minutes (20 minutes for presentation plus 10 minutes for discussion).

Posters are intended as a separate format for compact research reports.

Thematic Colloquia will take place in a three-hour slot (parallel sessions). A thematic colloquium will focus on one specific topic and will bring together key contributions to the topic.

Submissions for papers and posters should include the following:

1. Title of the paper,
2. Name and affiliation of the author(s),
3. Abstract of 300 words (excluding references and the title),
4. First author's postal address,
5. First author's e-mail address,
6. Type of presentation intended: please indicate whether you would like your proposal to be considered for a paper, a poster or both. 

Submissions for thematic colloquia should be marked as such and should include the following:

1. Title of the colloquium,
2. Name and affiliation of the convener(s),
3. Abstract of 500 words explaining the rationale of the colloquium, 
4.  Abstracts of the individual presentations (including names of authors and affiliations) (300 words each),
5. Convener's postal address,
6. Convener's e-mail address,

-        All submissions will be confirmed by e-mail.

-        Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 15 March 2007.

Doctoral Student Workshops:

EUROSLA 17 will also include a doctoral student workshop which is intended to serve as a platform (and encouraging environment) for the discussion of ongoing PhD research (on any aspect of SLA). PhD students are invited to submit an abstract of a 15 minute presentation focusing on theoretical or methodological issues. Presenters in this category should send a copy of their presentation to the discussant one month before the conference. This will form the basis of the 15 minute feedback/ discussion session. 

The top 5 submissions will receive a prize consisting of free registration for the conference, a book of their choice to be presented publicly during the conference, and €200. 

Submissions for the doctoral student workshop should include the following:

1. Title of the paper
2. Name and affiliation of the author
3. Abstract of 300 words
4. Author's postal address
5. Author's e-mail address

Language policy and publication of papers:

Following the EUROSLA association policy, EUROSLA 2007 will be a multilingual conference. Presentation in any European language is acceptable. However, abstracts must be written in English. A selection of papers presented at Eurosla 2007 will be included in the EUROSLA Yearbook, published in English by John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Please send all submissions to: eurosla17 at newcastle.ac.uk

- Deadline for abstract submissions: 15 February 2007
- Notification of acceptance: 15 March 2007

Conference website: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/niassh/eurosla17  

EUROSLA 2007 Organization Committee, Newcastle University, UK

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