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Call for Proposals: Third Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America
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proposals for panels, individual papers, round table discussions, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and technological tools showcases to be presented at the third Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA). Proceedings of the Symposium will be published electronically. The deadline for receipt of proposals is February 30, 2014.

2/28/2014
When: 2/28/2014
Where: Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana 
United States

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THIRD SYMPOSIUM ON TEACHING AND LEARNING
INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES OF LATIN AMERICA (STLILLA)
 
October 23‐26, 2014
Indiana University – Bloomington
 
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Submission Deadline: February 30, 2014
 
 
 
The Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America
(ATLILLA), the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) and the Minority
Languages and Cultures of the Latin America Program (MLCP) at Indiana University invite
proposals for panels, individual papers, round table discussions, interactive workshops,
poster sessions, and technological tools showcases to be presented at the third Symposium
on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA).
Proceedings of the Symposium will be published electronically.

The deadline for receipt of proposals is February 30, 2014.

Proposals will be accepted only through the online submission system, details of which will
be announced in coming months.

Successful proposals will clearly indicate the relationship of the presentation to the core
symposium themes. Presentations should provide an opportunity for symposium
participants to engage with some of the challenging and fundamental questions at the
intersection of research and the teaching and learning of Latin American indigenous
languages.

Priority will be given to proposals that address one or more of the following topics in
relation to researching, teaching and learning Indigenous languages:
 Best practices, methodologies, and strategies
 Interplay of research, theory, and practice
 Pragmatics in pedagogy
 Languages as vehicles to cultures and the world of living experience
 Ethnographies and narratives of language teaching and learning
 Language attitudes and ideologies
 Language contact, hybridity, and difference
 Dialectology and standardization
 Ideologies of monolingualism, bilingualism, and multilingualism
 Intellectual, cultural, and political role of indigenous languages in Latin America
 Sociocultural practices and knowledge
 Revitalization and documentation
 Assessment and evaluation
 Language policy and planning
 Linguistic rights and indigenous languages
 Indigenous languages as first, second, third, foreign, heritage, and global languages
 Indigenous languages as Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTLs)
 Multimodal literacies
 New media and technology
 Distance learning / online courses

Please note that while proposals will be accepted from a broad range of disciplinary
perspectives, the selection will prioritize the intersection of research, teaching, and learning in
relation to indigenous languages.

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