[lg policy] Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture conference
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Forwarded From: Udom warotamasikkhadit Thai and Asian: Language, World View,
Please help circulate to your group about the Thai and Asian: Language,
World View, Culture Conference at Kastsart University in Bangkok where I am
an adjunct professor. Thank you very much for your kind assistanc.
*วิชาติ บูรณะประเสริฐสุข <wichat_b at hotmail.com>* wrote:
*The First International Conference on Thai and Asian Languages *
*Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture** *
*May 26-27, 2011*
*Rama Garden Hotel*
The Thai Language Department, Faculty of Humanities Kasetsart
Xi'an International Studies University, and the Institute for Southeast
Asian Studies, Pusan University of Foreign studies are pleased to
invite you to the First International Conference on Thai and Asian
Languages, where Thai and Asian language researchers come together for the
first time to exchange their views on Asian languages and cultures. The
theme of the conference is *'Thai and Asian: Language, World Views, and
-- *Prof . Dr. John Hartmann* from University of Illinois :- Opening
-- *Prof. Pan De Ding*:- who pioneered the Thai language teaching in
Mainland China .
-- *Associate Prof. Dr. Krisadawan Hongladarom* :- President of *
the Thousand stars Foundation*. She will deliver a keynote speech on the
topic: 'Rethinking Language, Culture & World View: A Case of Thai and
-- *Assistant Prof Dr**. Chirapat Prapanvidya* :- Pali, Sanskrit
and Hindi language specialist at Silapakorn University . He will give a
talk on the topic "Pali and Sanskrit: From India to Southeast Asia ."
*Topic Areas ***
1. Research on Thai or other Asian languages as reflected through
worldviews and culture.
2. Comparative study of Thai and other Asian languages.
3. The development of textbooks or approaches in teaching Thai as a foreign
language in Asia .
4. Study on Thai language and culture, as well as Asian languages and
*Abstract Submission** :*
The abstract should be written in English, with the maximum of 300 words.
The deadline for abstract submission is on March 31, 2011. The abstract
should be submitted to
*thaiasian2011 at hotmail.com<http://firstname.lastname@example.org>
*Format of Abstract*
To submit a proposal for individual paper presentation, please include the
1. Title of the paper
2. Name, affiliation, address and e-mail of paper presenter
3. Abstracts (300 words or less) with identifiable keywords
4. Related conference theme(s)
*Review of Abstracts*
Abstracts will be assessed by the academic committee to guarantee standards.
*Notification of acceptance*: 18 April 2011
Early-bird registration: before 20 April 2011
Late/onsite registration: after 20 April 2011
To register, please transfer the amount to:
Bangkok Bank, Kasetsart University Branch
Account name: "Thai and Asian: Language, World View, Culture"
Account number 043-7-03899-5
SWIFF code: BKKBTHBK
Finally, we hope you will consider submitting a manuscript for the volume
that we will be publishing based on papers delivered at the conference. To
have your manuscript (5,000 words maximum) considered you must submit it by
Monday, August 1, 2011, midnight Pacific time. Details and the full CFP will
be found at http://www.thailang.hum.ku.ac.th.
*For more information, please contact*
*Wichat B**oo**ranapraserts**oo**k,* *Ph.D.* Organizing Chair
*Rujira Sengnet, Ph.D.
Tel. 02-5795566-8 ext.2509 or 0820645619
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