[lg policy] call: 11th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism
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11th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism
Date: 14-Jun-2012 - 16-Jun-2012
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Contact Person: Solvang Lin
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://bilingualism.au.dk/
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2011
The University of Copenhagen and the Danish School of Education invite
you to participate in the 11th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism at
the Danish School of Education in Copenhagen.
The main theme of the conference will be bilingualism and
globalization. The official languages of the conference will be the
Scandinavian languages and English.
During the conference a Nordic Association for the Study of
Poly-lingualism will be founded.
Kathy Jie Dong is a postdoc at Tilburg University in the Netherlands.
She has been doing language research linked to migrant identity
construction and ethnographic studies of linguistic superdiversity in
Jürgen Jaspers is Professor at Antwerpen University. His
sociolinguistic research includes studies among young minority
students in Belgium.
Kirsten Refsing is Professor of Japanese Studies at the University of
Copenhagen with previous employment at the University of Hong Kong.
Her research areas include the Japanese Language, the Ainu language
and culture and the history of the British missionaries in Hokkaido
and the rest of Japan 1869-1900, and she has edited The Ainu Language
published in 25 volumes.
Lava Deo Awashi is Director General of the Department of Education at
the Ministry of Education in Nepal. He holds a PhD from the Danish
School of Education.
Call for Papers:
The presentations of the conference are requested in three formats:
panels, papers and posters.
Proposals for workshops for up to 3x2 hours are welcome.
A motivated introduction to the workshop theme not exceeding 400 words
plus 100-word abstracts for each planned contribution to the workshop
should be submitted electronically to bilingualismhum.ku.dk no later
than 1 December 2011. The name and affiliations of applicants should
be included in the submission
Abstracts not exceeding 400 words and stating the name and affiliation
of all authors clearly should be submitted electronically to
bilingualismhum.ku.dk no later than 1 December 2011. Papers will be
allowed 25 minutes each, including discussion.
An online 'book of abstracts' will be available by 1 June 2012.
Posters will be presented on boards. The boards will be available
throughout the conference. The slots will be allotted for
One-page abstracts of maximum 400 words stating the name and
affiliation of all authors clearly should be submitted electronically
to bilingualismhum.ku.dk no later than 1 December 2011.
The acceptance of the presentations will be announced by 31 January 2012.
1 December 2011: Proposals should be submitted
31 January 2011: Scientific committee has decided on which abstracts
will be accepted
1 April 2012: Registration final abstracts, and conference fee
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