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CALL FOR PAPERS

The 5th UC Language Consortium Conference on SLA Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives

For the First Time in Partnership with the East Coast Language Consortium

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University of California, San Diego

April 23-25, 2010

APRIL 23RD

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

MARK TURNER

Institute Professor and

Professor of Cognitive Science

Case Western Reserve University

APRIL 24th

OPEN SESSIONS

APRIL 25TH

HALF-DAY WORKSHOP

LYLE F. BACHMAN

Professor of Applied Linguistics

and TESL, University of California, Los Angeles

We invite submissions for presentations from scholars in all disciplines who are involved in all types of research on second language learning and teaching. In order to focus on issues of concern to scholars and teachers in California, but also to include as broad a range of interests as possible, we particularly encourage proposals in the following thematic areas:

Literature and Culture in Language Study

Language Learning for the Heritage Student

Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and Second-Language- Acquisition Theory

Innovative Classroom Applications of Second-Language-Acquisition Theory

*DEADLINE: All submissions must be received by January 11, 2010

Submit abstracts online at: http://uccllt.ucdavis.edu/events/fifth_conf/call_2010.html

All papers must represent original, unpublished work. Presentations may be up to 20 minutes long, plus 10 minutes for questions. All submissions will be evaluated anonymously. Confirmation of receipt of submissions will be sent by e-mail. If your paper is accepted, your submitted abstract will be used for the conference handbook. Notice of acceptance or rejection will be sent to the primary author by late January via e-mail.

Pre-registration materials will be available in January, and a preliminary schedule will be available in February, 2010.

FUNDING

Note to faculty, lecturers, and graduate students: There will be limited funding provided by the UC Language Consortium for travel and lodging expenses for both participants and attendees.

Further information will be available on the website in early January.

Sponsored by the UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching.

The UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching is a system-wide initiative designed to make the most effective use of UC’s vast linguistic resources and expertise. The consortium fosters collaboration among and across the language programs at the UC campuses with an eye to increasing student access to language study through a combination of the best classroom practices, technological enhancements and study and work-abroad programs.

Multi-Country Research Fellowship Program

2009 – 2010

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The Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Fellowship Program supports advanced regional or trans-regional research in the humanities, social sciences, or allied natural sciences for U.S. doctoral candidates and scholars who have already earned their Ph.D. Preference will be given to candidates examining comparative and/or cross-regional research. Applicants are eligible to apply as individuals or in teams.

Approximately ten awards of up to $10,000 each will be given to scholars who wish to carry out research on broad questions of multi-country significance in the fields of humanities, social sciences, and related natural sciences. Scholars must carry out research in two or more countries outside the United States, at least one of which hosts a participating American overseas research center. Given changing travel restrictions and/or security warnings to many countries, applicants should contact CAORC before preparing a proposal.

Deadline: Friday, January 15, 2010

For more details and application, please see http://www.caorc.org/programs/multi.htm

CAORC Affiliated American Overseas Research Centers

American Academy in Rome ~ American Center for Mongolian Studies ~ American Institute for Maghrib Studies ~ American Institute for Sri Lankan Studies ~ American Institute for Yemeni Studies ~ American Institute of Afghanistan Studies ~ American Institute of Bangladesh Studies ~ American Institute of Indian Studies ~ American Institute of Iranian Studies ~ American Center of Oriental Research ~ American Institute of Pakistan Studies ~ American Research Center in Egypt ~ American Research Center in Sofia ~ American Research Institute in Turkey ~ American School of Classical Studies at Athens ~ Center for Khmer Studies ~ Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute ~ Mexico-North Research Network ~ Palestinian American Research Center ~ The American Academic Research Institute in Iraq ~ West African Research Association ~ W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

CAORC fellowships for multi-country research are funded by a grant from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY:

SALRC has a limited number of travel grants available to advanced graduate students and non-tenured faculty in South Asian languages whose papers are accepted for presentation at the following upcoming conferences:

2008 Annual Meeting of the National Council of Less Commonly
Taught Languages (NCOLCTL), Madison, WI, April 24-27,
http://www.councilnet.org/conf/conf2008/2008-announce.htm

2008 The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium
(CALICO) with The International Association for Language
Learning Technology (IALLT) Conference, San Francisco,
California, March 18-22, https://www.calico.org/conference/

Priority will be given to those who have not received SALRC conference support in the previous 12 months. The SALRC asks that applicants first attempt to receive funding from their home institution before applying for a SALRC grant. Faculty from institutions that do not have a South Asia Title VI Center are especially encouraged to apply. Faculty at South Asia NRC institutions are expected to get support from their home institution. Travel grant requests must be received by SALRC by 4 February 2008.

SALRC will consider those applicants whose papers complement our center’s mission of forwarding the teaching of South Asian
languages and developing the pedagogical skills and tools to do so. For further information on the SALRC’s mission and priorities, visit our website at http://salrc.uchicago.edu

Requests to SALRC for support should be accompanied by the proposal abstract that you submitted for the conference, the conference’s acceptance letter, and your proposed budget. Please apply to us via e-mail at salrc@uchicago.edu