- Abstracts should be 250-300 words.
- Please submit your abstract electronically via online abstract submission form provided below.
- Abstract submissions by email/fax WILL NOT be accepted.
- Each presenter can appear in the program only twice. A person may submit multiple proposals but if both/all are accepted, s/he will be asked to withdraw all but two. Colloquium organisers can also present a paper.
- Co-authors of papers who will not be attending the conference but wish to be acknowledged in the program by having their name listed, are required to be current IAWE members.
- All presenters and co-presenters should be IAWE members. To become a member please follow the link: http://www.iaweworks.org/membership.html
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
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CALL FOR PAPERS You are cordially invited to submit an abstract to the 21st Conference of the International Association for World Englishes (IAWE 2015), October 8-10, at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey. Each abstract proposal will be blind-reviewed by the Scientific Committee, which will decide on acceptance/rejection of the proposals.
Proposals are invited for the following types of presentations:
Individual presentations (20 minute plus 10-min discussion),
Colloquia (2 hours and 10 minutes) that address various topics within the field of World Englishes (WE) studies,
Proposals may be on any topic related to the theme of the conference, that is "World Englishes: Bridging cultures and contexts". In addition, paper submissions covering topics on the study of the forms and functions of varieties of Englishes in diverse cultural and sociolinguistic contexts in terms of theory, methodology, or pedagogy are also welcome.