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Message1: Lakota Summer Institute/Fort Yates, North Dakota USA
From:Wilhelm Meya meya at lakhota.org
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Full Title: Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference 2013 
Short Title: LPP2013 

Date: 05-Sep-2013 - 07-Sep-2013
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Contact Person: Thomas Ricento
Meeting Email: lpp at ucalgary.ca
Web Site: http://educ.ucalgary.ca/lpp 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics 

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2013 

Meeting Description:

This international conference will be held at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. We invite discussion that approaches language policy from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, and in a variety of contexts, from the local/institutional to national/global.

Please note that LPP2013 is different from the IAM2013 conference ('Interdisciplinary Approaches to Multilingualism') that will be held at the University of Calgary in August 2013.

LPP2013 Plenary Speakers:

Denise R�aume, University of Toronto
Suzanne Romaine, University of Oxford
Selma Sonntag, Humboldt State University

Conference Organizers:

Thomas Ricento
Mary O'Brien 

2nd Call for Papers:

We invite abstracts (300 words maximum) for submissions in any of the following areas:

- Language policy and political theory
- Official language policies
- Language policy and lingua franca
- Heritage language policies
- Language policy and globalization
- Ideologies and language policies
- Language policies in school settings
- National identities and language policies
- Language policy and the economics of the workplace
- Non-official languages in mainstream classrooms
- Language policies and social mobility
- Language attrition, language revitalization and language policies
- Language policies and transnational communities

Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by at least two experts in the field. Final decisions will be sent to authors by April 15, 2013.

Each paper presentation should be 30 minutes, including discussion time. Colloquia can be for 100 minutes (3 papers) and 180 minutes (up to 6 papers). Papers should be presented in English. You can submit a maximum of two contributions, one as first/sole author and one as second author or discussant.

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