ISSN 1932-3611
 


 

Journal of Southeast Asian Language Teaching
Volume 14,  2008

 

Language Events Calendar

 

In this section we provide a short description and dates and/or contact information for language conferences, institutes, meetings, and other activities which may be of interest to our readers.  If you have information about a language event that would be appropriate for this section, please email the section editor, Dr. Erlin Barnard at esbarnard@wisc.edu or contact the new editor at jsealt@att.net

Language Events Calendar

In this section we provide a short description and dates and/or contact information for language conferences, institutes, meeting, and other activities which may be of interest to our readers. If you have information about a language even that would be appropriate for this section, please email the editor of this section, Dr. Erlin Barnard, at esbarnard@ wisc.edu.

March 2009

March 5-7
Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT)

Location: Atlanta, GA
lynnemcc@mindspring.com;
http://www.scolt.org.

March 19-21
Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (CSCTFL)

Location: Chicago, IL
CSCTFL@aol.com;
http://www.csctfl.org.

March 21-24
American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)

Location: Denver, CO
aaal@primemanagement.net;
http://www.aaal.org.

March 25-28
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages(TESOL)
Location: Denver, CO
info@tesol.org;
http://www.tesol.org.

March 2629
Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting (AAS)
Location: Sheraton CHICAGO
http: // www.aasianst.org/annmtg.htm

April 2009

April 23 to 26
National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL), Annual Conference
Location: The Madison Concourse Hotel, One West Dayton Street, Madison, WI 53703
 
www.councilnet.org,
ncolctl@mailplus.wisc.edu 
Phone: 608-265-7903. FAX: 608-265-7904
Deadline: Submit abstracts for the July 2009 COTSEAL Conference on Southeast Asian Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics by this date.  
E-mail your abstract to Lopao Vang at
orchidhomes @tds.net or Bac Tran at bact@calmail.berkeley.edu

Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literature and Culture
28 to 30 April 2009
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Website
: http://www.fbmk.upm.edu.my/~micollac
Contact name: Dr Mardziah Hayati Abdullah

May 2009

Language and Culture:Creating and Fostering Global Communities
5 to 6 May 2009
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Website
: http://www.fpbahasa.ukm.my/SoLLsINTEC09/
Contact name: Thang Siew Ming

International Conference on Languages
27 to 28 May 2009
Penang Island, Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
Website: http://www.icl-2009.com
Contact name: Suzana Ab Rahim / Farina

 

June 2009

June 12 to August 7
The Advanced Filipino Abroad Program (AFAP)
Location: De LaSalle University, Dasmarinas, The Philippines
Contact: Teresita V. Ramos at
teresita@hawaii.edu or call her at (808) 956-8933

June 15 to August 9
Advanced Study of Khmer (ASK)
Location: Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Contact:
sak@hawaii.edu or http://www.hawaii.edu/khmer/ASK/ or
Website: www.manoa.hawaii.edu/ask/

June 15 to August 10
Summer Study Abroad in Laos (SAIL)
Location: Lao American College, Vientiane, Lao PDR
Contact: lanlanxang@laostudies.org
Website:
www.laostudies.org

June 15 to August 7
Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI)
Languages: Burmese, Filipino, Hmong, Indonesian, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Location: The University of Wisconsin, Madison
Contact: Mary Jo Studenberg. Phone: 608-263-1755.
Email:
seassi@intl-institute.wisc.edu
Website: http://seassi.wisc.edu

June 15 to August 7
Vietnamese Advanced Summer Institute (VASI)
Location: Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
Contact: Bac H. Tran. Phone 510-642-3609. Email:
vasi@berkeley.edu

Advanced Study of Thai Program (AST)
Offered by the Consortium for Advanced Study of Thai.
Location:  Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Contact:   http://jsis.washington.edu/seac/ast.shtml/ or email seac@u.washington.edu

July 2009

COTSEAL Conference on Southeast Asian Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics.
Theme: Methodologies and Learning Strategies for Students of Southeast Asian Languages; papers on this theme or on the teaching of Southeast Asian languages generally are welcome.
Contacts:  Lopao Vang at orchidhomes@tds.net  and Bac Tran at bact@calmail.berkeley.edu
Location:  The Pyle Center, 702 Langdon  St .at the University of Wisconsin in Madison
Rooms:    The Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53706.  Reserve by calling 608-256-2621 or emailing lowell@ecc.uwex.edu  or go to http://conferencing.uwex.edu/

 

     

 
       
 

 

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