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Be very well prepared for the next SEALS conference in Manila if you work on (a) Southeast Asian language(s) or, if your interest intersects with it/them!
Read more at: http://www.seals26manila.org/
There was also a call for papers two months ago by Dr. Mark Alves, Editor-in-Chief of JSEALS, with the following message:
“This past Summer, the 25th annual SEALS conference was held at Payap University in Chiangmai, It is time for participants to submit articles to JSEALS.
Those who did not attend SEALS are also welcome to submit articles. Article topics may include any linguistic aspect of native mainland and insular Southeast Asian languages. The papers may include theoretical aspects, applied linguistics, and useful/interesting linguistic data.
Please visit the website <http://jseals.org> for more details.”
Mark J. Alves, JSEALS Editor-in-Chief; JSEALS Managing Editors: Paul Sidwell, Peter Jenks, Sigrid Lew