LINGUIST List 10.1208

Mon Aug 16 1999

Calls: DGfS/Phonology, New Persian Journal

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  1. Antony Dubach Green, The Word in Phonology: Deadline extended
  2. Lotfi, Call for English Papers

Message 1: The Word in Phonology: Deadline extended

Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 13:53:42 +0200
From: Antony Dubach Green <greenzas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: The Word in Phonology: Deadline extended

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 SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT: PLEASE NOTE NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE

Workshop on

 T H E W O R D I N P H O N O L O G Y

 at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the German Society of Linguistics
 Marburg, Germany
 March 1-3, 2000

 - S E C O N D C A L L F O R P A P E R S -

The theme of the next meeting of the German Society of Linguistics (DGfS)
will be "The Word". The meeting consists of several simultaneous
workshops, including the workshop on "The Word in Phonology" organized by
Antony D. Green and Ursula Kleinhenz. In general, speakers at the DGfS are
expected to present a paper in only one workshop. Unfortunately there will
be no possibility to refund speakers' travel expenses this year.

For some time the word has been one of the central issues of phonology, and
many important studies on the status of the word in phonology have
appeared. Nevertheless many questions remain open, which this workshop
aims to address. Submissions are invited that deal with the status and
typology of the word in phonology, in particular:

1. the difference between the morphological word and the phonological word
2. the relationship between the phonological word and the other
constituents of the prosodic hierarchy (phonological phrase, foot, syllable)
3. the criteria that justify these constituents (e.g. stress,
Syllabification, phonotactic well-formedness conditions)
4. which properties of phonological words are universal and which are
language-specific
5. effects traditionally attributed to lexical and postlexical rules
(e.g. resyllabification across word boundaries). An important issue is how
these data can be analyzed in a constraint-based framework.

Those interested are asked to snail-mail, e-mail or fax a one-page
abstract, indicating the author's name, affiliation, and postal and e-mail
addresses, to Antony D. Green or Ursula Kleinhenz at:

 Zentrum fuer Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
 Jaegerstr. 10/11
 10117 Berlin
 Germany

 greenzas.gwz-berlin.de, ursulazas.gwz-berlin.de

 FAX: +49-30-20-192-402

***The new deadline for submission is August 31, 1999.***

Abstracts and talks may be in English or German.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by September 8, 1999.
For more information please contact Antony D. Green
(greenzas.gwz-berlin.de) or Ursula Kleinhenz (ursulazas.gwz-berlin.de).

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Dr. Antony Dubach Green greenzas.gwz-berlin.de
Zentrum fuer Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
Jaegerstr. 10/11 Tel +49 (0)30 20 192 574
10117 Berlin
Deutschland Fax +49 (0)30 20 192 402
 http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/mitarb/homepage/adgreen/index.htm
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Message 2: Call for English Papers

Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 14:42:10 -0400 (EDT)
From: Lotfi <Lotfiwww.dci.co.ir>
Subject: Call for English Papers






Dear Linguists,
A new Persian journal, "Danesh-o Pazhuhesh" (Science & Research),
published quarterly by Azad University at Khorasgan (IRAN) intends
to publish a special English edition on the occasion of the new
millennium. English submissions are invited on the following themes:
- Minimalist grammars of English,
- Generative grammars and pedagogical grammars, and
- Generative studies of English as a second/foreign language.
All papers will be refereed. Those accepted will be published by the
end of March 2000. Prompt submission is a must. Electronic submission
is encouraged. For regular submission, mail two copies of the paper
plus abstract and the affiliation sheet to A. R. Lotfi, the English
editor. Electronic submissions (postscript, or ASCII files)
are received at the address:
lotfiwww.dci.co.ir
Submission deadline is October 22, 1999. The authors of the papers
published in the journal, will receive one issue of "D-o P" free of
charge.
A. R. Lotfi
English Editor
Journal of "Danesh-o Pazhuhesh"
Azad University at Khorasgan
Esfahan, IRAN.
 ____ ____ __
 / ___ \ / ___ \ / / Dr. Ahmad Reza Lotfi
 / /__/ / / /__/ / / / Assistant Professor
 / /__/ / / ___ / / /____ English Dep, Graduate School
 /_/ /_/ /_/ \_\ /______/ Azad University at Khorasgan, Esfahan, IRAN
 ---------------------------- MailTo: lotfiwww.dci.co.ir
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