CALL FOR PAPERS
Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics
In conjunction with the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences
June 3 – 5, 2019
University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC
Beverly Baker, University of Ottawa
Multilingual competence, language assessment literacy, and social justice: Tendances dans le domaine d’évaluation de la langue
Diane Dagenais, Simon Fraser University
Les perspectives sociomatérielles pour penser différemment la linguistique appliquée ici et ailleurs: réflexions et lignes de fuite
Transnational/transitional linguistic ecologies
Teaching and learning with children + youth from refugee backgrounds
Symposium Organizer: Saskia Van Viegen, York University
Discussant: Eve Haque, York University
Submission Deadline for Proposals: November 17, 2018
Francis Bangou (Université d’Ottawa) and Guillaume Gentil (Carleton University)
Meike Wernicke (University of British Columbia)
- Following the requirements listed below, please submit your abstract for a paper or symposium in a Word or PDF document at http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/acla2019 by November 17, 2018. ONLY ONE PROPOSAL PER PERSON AS FIRST AUTHOR PLEASE.
- Paper sessions will be designed for 20-minute papers followed by a 10-minute question/discussion period. Symposia will be scheduled for 3-hour blocks.
- Abstracts for single papers should be no longer than 250 words, excluding references. Abstracts for symposia should include a general description of the symposium (250 words) as well as a description of each panel member presentation (250 words). One page for each.
- In order to help ensure anonymity, abstracts should not contain excessive reference to its author’s publications.
- Abstracts will be evaluated according to each of the following categories:
- appropriateness and significance of the topic and interest for the participants of ACLA
- evidence of a theoretical framework and links to previous research
- clearly stated research design in the case of empirical studies
- organization and clarity
- for symposium proposals, evidence of coherence and complementarity of the papers
Only abstracts meeting the above criteria will be evaluated.