[lg policy] Indigenous Language Institute: Native Language News

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    *18th Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium
May 20-22, 2011
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
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The Indigenous Language Institute is proud to announce that it is
Co-Sponser of the 18th Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium to be held
at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 20-22, 2011.

For more information go to:
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS
18th Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium*

We invite you to submit a proposal that will fit in one of four venues:
paper presentations, workshops, poster sessions, panel sessions, and videos.
The symposium committee will select proposals that focus on language
documentation, revitalization, maintenance, methodology, research,
practices, and teaching which address and/or incorporate the theme of this
year’s conference: *Language and Community: Building Collaboration in
Revitalization Work.*

We are especially seeking presentations that inform and educate Symposium
participants on the best practices in language revitalization/maintenance
(rather than presentations which primarily promote a specific company,
product, service, or solution).

Paper presentations will be 45 minutes long (30 minute papers with 15
minutes for questions). Workshops will be in 90 minute sessions and panels
in 60 minute blocks.

*Important Dates *

   - Complete proposals must be received *no later than April 8, 2010* by
   5:00 pm MST.
   - The committee will contact you on or before April 15, 2011 to let you
   know if your proposal has been selected for presentation at the Symposium.
   All decisions are final.

* **Symposium proposals should include the following: *

   - Name of the person(s) who will be part of the session
   - Affiliation (tribe, nation, organization, etc.)
   - Title and description of the session – up to *500 words*
   - Audio, visual, computer needs – **please note, we may not be able to
   provide laptop computers*
   - Type of session (panel session, paper, poster session, presentation,
   workshop)
   - Length of session (45, 60, 90 minutes)
   - Presenter(s) profile(s) – on a separate page please include the
   following information about each presenter in your proposal: name, title (if
   applicable), affiliation (tribe, nation, organization, university, etc.),
   contact information (including email and phone number), and a biography of
   no more than 100 words per presenter.
   - Also, please indicate if you are willing to make your handouts
   digitally available before and/or after the SILS


*Please submit your session proposal information by email to:*  *
2011SILS at gmail.com *
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*For updated conference information, please visit the SILS 2011 website at:
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