The (first) Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference will be held at the University of Auckland in New Zealand from February 15th to 19th, 2012.
The aim of this international conference conference is to bring together academics from around the world, the Asia Pacific region in particular, in order to report on developments in the use of corpora in linguistics, language learning, and translation studies.
The themes for the conference are:
corpora and language learning translation corpora corpora and the web corpus compilation corpora and discourse studies linking corpora and social dimensions learner corpora usage-based linguistics theoretical issues in corpus analysis
We invite submissions in the form of a 300 word abstract.
Submissions can be for a 15-minute paper (plus discussion) a poster a 3-hour or 6-hour workshop Abstracts can be submitted (and modified) at linguistlist.org/confcustom/apclc2012
Important Dates Deadline for submissions. June 1st, 2011. Earlybird registration. September 1st, 2011. Conference. February 15th-19th, 2012.
Conference email: apclc at corpling.com Website: www.corpling.com/conf
Organisers Michael BARLOW, University of Auckland Helen BASTURKMEN, University of Auckland
Yukio TONO, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Advisory Committee Monika BEDNAREK, University of Sydney Budsaba KANOKSILAPATHAM, Silpakorn University Howard CHEN, National Taiwan Normal University Winnie CHENG, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Thu DAO, Vietnam National University Danilo DAYAG, De La Salle University, Manila Lynne FLOWERDEW, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Paul GERAGHTY, University of the South Pacific Michael HAUGH, Griffith University Anping HE, Guangzhou Nornal University San San HNIN TUN, INALCO Huaqing HONG, Nanyang Technological University Hitoshi ISAHARA, Toyohashi University of Technology CK JUNG, Seoul National University Ummul KHAIR AHMAD, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Mohammad Abid KHAN, University of Peshawar Deny Arnos KWARY, Aarhus University Dushyanthi MENDIS, University of Columbo Ute ROEMER, University of Michigan Niladri SEKHAR DASH, Indian Statistical Institute Jiajin XU, Beijing Foreign Studies University Yogendra YADAVA, Nepal Language Technology Kendra
--- Michael Barlow Assoc. Prof. DALSL. University of Auckland www.michaelbarlow.com