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>From: David Witkosky <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Call for Manuscripts!
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>
>Please consider submitting a manuscript to be included the
>publication described below. We are especially interested in
>chapters analyzing how the political climate in the U.S.or other
>countries at a particular point in time can affect foreign language
>learning and teaching!
>
>Call For Manuscript Proposals
>
>TITLE: Language of the Land:
>Histories of Language and Nationalism Within Educational Settings
>
>Studies in the History of Education, Volume 2, scheduled
>publication 2005.
>Katherine Schuster, Ph.D., and David Witkosky, Ph.D., Editors
>Publisher:  Information Age Publishing
>
>PURPOSE: This anthology of research will address various issues
>concerning the politics inherent in language learning within the
>context of an established or nascent nation-state.
>
>SECTIONS: This anthology will include two sections:
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>Part One: Histories of the Politics of Language Learning within the
>United States
>Will examine nationalistic sentiment as it relates to the history of
>English-only stances and attitudes toward the teaching of
>languages other than English in the United States.
>
>Part Two: Histories of the Politics of Language Learning within
>Nationalistic and Independence Movements
>Will investigate ideas related to the history of language learning
>and nationalism in a variety of political and educational movements
>and contexts throughout the world.
>
>MANUSCRIPTS:
>
>The call is for research chapters of approximately 20 double-
>spaced pages.
>
>Please send a CV, a 250-word abstract, and a 2-3 page outline of
>the proposed chapter.  All responses (either by e-mail or U.S. mail)
>should be directed to:
>
>Part One Section Editor
>David Witkosky, Ph.D.
>International Studies
>Auburn University Montgomery
>P.O. Box 244023
>Montgomery, AL  36124-4023
>(334) 244-3371
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>Part Two Section Editor
>Katherine Schuster, Ph.D.
>5357 N. Wayne Ave.
>Chicago, IL  60640
>(773) 784-5790
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>Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts and Outlines: August 1, 2003
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>TIME LINE:
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>August 1, 2003: Abstracts and outlines due.
>
>January 1, 2004: Authors of accepted materials must submit
>manuscripts.
>
>April 1, 2004: Manuscripts with suggested revisions will be sent to
>authors from editors.
>
>September 30, 2004: Authors return final manuscripts to editors
>(either on disk or via e-mail).
>
>Best wishes,
>David Witkosky
>Associate Professor of German and International Studies
>Auburn University Montgomery

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