Penn State Institute for Korean Studies - Korean Applied Linguistics Conference
Penn State Institute for Korean Studies 에서 제 2회 한국응용언어학 학회를 개최합니다. Exploring New Waves in Korean Applied Linguistics' 라는 주제로 열리는 이번 학회에서는 유영미 선생님 (Rutgers University), 조지은 선생님 (University of Oxford) 의 Plenary speech가 있을 예정입니다. 특히 대학원생 scholarship및 best paper award가 있으니 많은 참여 부탁드립니다.
Penn State Institute for Korean Studies
Korean Applied Linguistics Conference
Pennsylvania State University
State College, PA
Feb 17-18, 2023, virtual conference
Call for papers
Deadline for Submission (extended): December 18th, 2022
Notification of results: December 30th, 2022The Penn State Institute for Korean Studies is hosting the 2nd Korean Applied Linguistics Conference, with this year’s theme: Exploring New Waves in Korean Applied Linguistics. By “new waves” we refer dually to The Korean Wave as well as to the various new and emerging approaches in the diverse fields related to Korean Applied Linguistics.
Thanks to the international popularity of Korean movies, dramas, and K-Pop, the number of Korean L2 learners has increased significantly. According to the most recent MLA report (2018), Korean is the only language that showed a sharp increase in enrollment (+13.7%) over the past few years and ranks as the 11th most taught language in US colleges and universities in 2016. The growing visibility of Korean culture and language has also brought diverse groups of learners to Korean language and content classes, resulting in wider ranges of students with varying proficiency levels, learner characteristics, goals, and expectations.
Embracing the theme “Exploring New Waves in Korean Applied Linguistics,” the 2nd Penn State Korean Applied Linguistics Conference invites proposals for research and research-informed practical application that discusses the diversity underlying Korean learners’ language use and learning as well as new approaches to and methodologies concerning Korean Applied Linguistics. Abstracts addressing any aspect of Korean Applied Linguistics in higher education are welcome.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Korean second language acquisition
- Discourse analysis/critical discourse analysis
- Conversation Analysis
- Language and society
- Cognitive linguistics
- Linguistic perspectives on Korean diaspora/ Linguistic Landscape
- General linguistics and its implications for KSL teaching
- Language assessment
- Corpus linguistics and learner corpus in KSL
The Center for Language Acquisition at Penn State will support Graduate Student Awards to recognize emerging scholarship in the field and foster intellectual exchange.
For more information and abstract submission, please visit https://sites.psu.edu/kslconference/
Jayoung Song, Ph.D.
Watz Early Career Professor & Assistant Professor of Korean and Applied Linguistics
Department of Asian Studies | Pennsylvania State University
201 B Old Botany Building, University Park, PA 16802
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