October 15, 2011

Call for Papers for the 27th SEATJ Annual Conference

The 27th SEATJ conference Organizing Committee @ Clemson University is pleased to announce a Call for Papers/Presentations for the 27th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese. The conference will be held at Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, on February 25th and 26th, 2012. The 27th SEATJ conference is open to pre-college, college level, and heritage Japanese language teachers. Given the enormous disaster that happened in Japan in March 2011, the conference will focus on what Japanese language teachers can and should do in this ever-changing world. Dr.Yasuhiko Tohsaku of University of California, San Diego will be the keynote speaker. The organizers welcome proposals for 20-minute papers with an additional 10 minutes for discussion which relate to Japanese language education including, but not limited to: literature, linguistics, second language acquisition, heritage language, and cultural studies. An abstract for an individual paper should be no more than 300 words in English, or 700 characters in Japanese. Please e-mail your proposal by December 20, 2011 to ktoshik at clemson dot edu. Acceptance of proposals will be announced by January 10th, 2012. Accepted papers will be published in the 27th SEATJ on-line proceedings.

Kishimoto, T. Call for Papers for the 27th SEATJ Annual Conference. JTIT-L listserv (JTIT-L@LISTS.PSU.EDU, 7 Oct 2011).

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