Announcement - Call for Submissions to the AATT Bulletin
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Call for Submissions

The Spring-Fall 2007 issue of the AATT Bulletin

We invite scholars of Turkic languages and cultures to submit
articles and reviews on topics ranging from language instruction material, methodology, and assessment to linguistics, literature, and culture for our upcoming edition. The deadline for submissions is 09/15/2007.

Submissions should be in English and around 3000 words. Double-spaced, type-written manuscripts may be sent as MS-Word documents e-mail attachments to the guest editor for this issue, Uli Schamiloglu: uschamil@wisc.edu

Contributors may also submit their materials as MS-Word files on a 3.5-inch diskette or CD-ROM in IBM-compatible format, along with a hard copy to:

Uli Schamiloglu
Guest editor, The AATT Bulletin.
Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia
1254 Van Hise, 1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706 USA
Tel. 1-608-262-7141
uschamil@wisc.edu

Manuscripts should follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Authors should use endnotes instead of footnotes. There is no need to send a separate bibliography.

The AATT Bulletin is published by Portland State University yearly, under the auspices of the American Association for Teachers of Turkic Languages, and with support from Indiana University Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies
Chair. It is sent free of charge to members of the association. If you would like to learn about advertising rates or if you have not been getting your copy, please contact Dr. Erika H. Gilson, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of AATT, at . For other questions regarding format, or copies of past issues (since 1999), please contact the editor. The Bulletin aims to foster communication among scholars of Turkic languages. We warmly encourage your contributions to our upcoming issue.

For more information about The AATT Bulletin, please contact the editor by e-mail at:
bnpb@pdx.edu

Pelin Basci, Ph.D.
Associate Professor,
Contemporary Turkish Studies,
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Portland State University
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207
Fax: (503) 725-5276

Uli Schamiloglu
Professor of Turkic & Central Eurasian Studies
Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia
1254 Van Hise, 1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706 USA
tel. 1-608-262-7141 (office), 1-608-262-3012 (department), 1-608-265-3538 (fax)
Email: uschamil@wisc.edu
LCA website: lca.wisc.edu

American Association of Teachers of Turkic Languages


 


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