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Second Call for Proposals:
Writing Research Across Borders
2008 Santa Barbara Conference on Writing Research
University of California Santa Barbara
February 22-24, 2008

The Gevirtz Graduate School of Education and the Writing Programs at the
University of California, Santa Barbara and the University of
California, Davis invite proposals for their interdisciplinary
conference, « Writing Research Across Borders, » to be held February
22-24, 2008 in Santa Barbara, California.

This is an exciting time where research on writing is having many
births, rebirths, and growing spurts in many nations and with foci on
many levels of schooling and development across the lifespan. At the
2008 Santa Barbara Conference on Writing Research we hope to foster
dialogues across different writing research traditions, located in
different national, disciplinary, and programmatic venues. We have
invited a premier panel of plenary and featured speakers to represent
the diversity of writing research in the world and to open the door for
further broad participation from researchers of all nations interested
in all age levels, institutional settings, and disciplinary approaches.

This conference follows on the successes of the 2002 and 2005 Santa
Barbara Conferences on Writing Research, which had the themes of
« Writing as A Human Activity » and « Writing Research in the Making. »
Further information about our upcoming conference is available at
http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/wrconf08/. Information about the 2005
conference is available at http://education.ucsb.edu/netshare/wrconf05/.

We invite proposals for panels, roundtables, and individual
presentations that discuss works in progress, completed research, and
reflections on how writing research is conceived, proposed, funded,
carried out, published, and responded to. Conference proposals should
be submitted by May 1, 2007. Proposals should be under 300 words and in
English (for a fuller statement on language diversity at our
conference, please see
http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/wrconf08/language.html ). Please send
proposals via email (as a Microsoft Word attachment or in the email
body) to writing@education.ucsb.edu or send paper copies to the address
below.

In addition, through the generosity of the Writing Program of the
University of California at Davis and Chris Thaiss, the Clark Kerr
Professor of Writing at UC Davis, we are able to offer several
fellowships to help support travel expenses for speakers. Fellowships
will be awarded based on financial need and proposal quality. If you
would like to apply for a fellowship, please submit a separate
fellowship application letter explaining your need for funding and how
the fellowship would fit with any other potential sources of funding
available to you.

If you have questions about the fellowship application letter or other
aspects of the submission process, please feel free to contact Dr.
Charles Bazerman or Suzie Null, the Writing Research Across Borders
Conference Coordinators. Both can be reached at
writing@education.ucsb.edu.

Writing Research Across Borders Conference
Proposal Committee
c/o Charles Bazerman
Gevirtz Graduate School of Education
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9490

Thank you for your interest in our conference. If you have any
questions please contact us at writing@education.ucsb.edu

For the Organizing committee

Charles Bazerman
Sheridan Blau
Robert Krut
Susan McLeod
Suzie Null
Paul Rogers
Amanda Stansell

http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/wrconf08/.
writing@education.ucsb.edu

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Divulgação Jornada Científica

Méthodes de recherche en didactique des langues Journée d’études du DILTEC, de. L’ ACEDLE et de L’ équipe ICAR

12 janvier 2007

Université Paris III, UFR DFLE, 46 rue St Jacques, 3eme étage, salle M Journée d’étude conjointe du Diltec, université Paris III (EA2288), groupe « Tâches et dispositifs », de l’ Acedle (Association des Chercheurs et Enseignants Didacticiens des Langues Etrangères) et de l’équipe Icar (« Plurilinguisme et multimédia »), ENS LSH de Lyon (UMR 5191)

9H30 – 18H

Programme

Présentation de la journée : Christine Develotte, ENS-LSH Lyon, laboratoire Icar (UMR 5191). 9H30 – 9H45 Françoise Demaiziere, université Paris 7 et Diltec, et Jean-Paul Narcy-Combes, université Paris IIL Diltec : « Diversité des méthodologies de recherche en didactique des langues » 9H45 – 10H15

Répondant : Marie-Thérèse Vasseur, université du Maine. lOH15 – lOH45 + questions => 11H

Pause 11H – 11H20

Dominique Montagne-Macaire, IUFM d’ Aquitaine, Bordeaux et laboratoire Icar :

« Didactique des langues et recherche-action ». 11H20 – 11H50

Répondant: Daniel Véronique, université de Provence et Diltec, Paris III 11H50 – ­12H20 + questions => l2H35

Déjeuner: 12H35 – 14H

Nicolas Guichon, université Lyon 2 et laboratoire Icar : « Didactique des langues et recherche développement ». 14H – 14H30

Répondant : Marie-Noelle Lamy, Open University (GB). 14H30 – 15H + questions => 15H15

Pause: 15H15 – 15H35

Muriel Grosbois, IUFM de Paris et Diltec : « Didactique des langues et recherche expérimentale ». 15H35 – 16H05

Répondant : André Tricot, IUFM de Midi Pyrénées et laboratoire « Travail et Cognition » (UMR 5551). 16H05 – l6H35 + questions => l6H50

Synthèse de la journée : Claude Springer, président de l’ Acedle, université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg. 16H50 – 17HI0

Pot de fin

Aucune inscription préalable n’est prévue. L’accès est gratuit

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