LINGUIST List 10.1570

Wed Oct 20 1999

Calls: Socioling/l'AFLS, Lang Variation/ICLaVE 1

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  1. Pierre_Larriv, Sociolinguistics: Colloque de l'AFLS - Aout 2000/Quebec
  2. unitat.variacio, Language Variation: ICLaVE 1/Barcelona 2000

Message 1: Sociolinguistics: Colloque de l'AFLS - Aout 2000/Quebec

Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 10:03:18 +0100
From: Pierre_Larriv <p.larriveeaston.ac.uk>
Subject: Sociolinguistics: Colloque de l'AFLS - Aout 2000/Quebec


DEUXIEME APPEL A COMMUNICATIONS


 COLLOQUE DE L'ASSOCIATION FOR FRENCH LANGUAGE STUDIES
 Le francais: perspectives a l'aube du vingt-et-unieme siecle

 24-27 AOUT 2000
 UNIVERSITE LAVAL (QUEBEC)


La britannique Association for French Language Studies tiendra son colloque
annuel d'aout 2000 a l'Universite Laval, au coeur de l'Amerique francaise.
Visant a etablir et a resserrer les liens entre les chercheurs
s'interessant au francais dans toute sa variete, le colloque comportera en
plus des sessions normales un grand nombre d'ateliers thematiques

- notamment sur la traduction, l'am�nagement linguistique, les vari�t�s de
fran�ais et la francophonie, la sociolinguistique variationniste, la
sociolinguistique historique, la competence interculturelle, la langue
�crite, le genre et la langue, l'acquisition du francais, sa phon�tique et
sa phonologie, sa morphosyntaxe, la langue orale, le francais quebecois et
de France et leur enseignement -

et de conferenciers invites

- ont confirme leur participation Jean-Claude Corbeil pour la politique
linguistique du Qu�bec, Josiane Hamers pour la didactique des langues,
Raymond Mougeon pour le fran�ais ontarien, Claude Poirier pour la
lexicologie, Pierrette Thibault pour
la sociolinguistique variationniste et Diane Vincent pour l'analyse de
discours -

couvrant largement les domaines de la linguistique appliquee et
theorique. Ce premier appel a communications sollicite des maintenant
des propositions pour des communications en francais, qui sera la
langue officielle et de travail du colloque. Les propositions
comprendront un resume de communication de 200 mots, en francais,
explicitant la problematique, la methodologie et les resultats de la
recherche presentee, resume accompagne de l'affiliation et des
coordonnees completes de l'auteur. Elles seront envoyees a un des deux
membres suivants du comite d'organisation, avant le 15 d�cembre 1999.

Professor Carol Sanders
Department of Linguistic and International Studies
University of Surrey
GUILDFORD
GU2 5XH
Angleterre

C.Sanderssurrey.ac.uk

Dr Aidan Coveney
Department of French
University of Exeter
EXETER
EX4 4QH
Angleterre.

A.B.Coveneyex.ac.uk

Le site de l'Association informera des developpements de l'organisation du
colloque.

 http://www.ncl.ac.uk/sml/AFLS/quebec

Pour les participants d'Am�rique du Nord, l'inscription se fera aupr�s de
Jocelyne Bisaillon (jocelyne.bisaillonlli.ulaval.ca) et aupr�s de Florence
Myles (fmlang.soton.ac.uk) pour ceux du reste du monde. Pour devenir
membre de
l'AFLS, contactez Marie Kenning (m.kenninguea.ac.uk).

Au plaisir de vous rencontrer a Quebec!

Pierre Larrivee
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Message 2: Language Variation: ICLaVE 1/Barcelona 2000

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 16:50:08 +0200
From: unitat.variacio <unitat.variacioiula.upf.es>
Subject: Language Variation: ICLaVE 1/Barcelona 2000

************************SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS*************************

 FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE VARIATION IN EUROPE 

 ICLaVE 1 (Barcelona 2000)

 Universitat Pompeu Fabra

 June 29-30/July 1, 2000


The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE)
has been set up as a regular, biennial meeting which aims at
addressing any aspect of linguistic variation observed in languages
spoken in present-day Europe. The idea of setting up this conference
originated in the Coordination Committee of the European Science
Foundation Network on the Convergence and Divergence of Dialects in a
Changing Europe, funded from 1995 to 1998

http://www.esf.org/human/hn/old/DIAL/dial.htm 

ICLaVE will continue work in this and other areas related to language
variation. The first ICLaVE will take place in Barcelona June 29 - 30/
July 1, 2000, and will be organized by M. Teresa Turell (Universitat
Pompeu Fabra). The scientific program will consist of regular papers
(selected on the basis of abstracts), invited papers and poster
presentations.

Scientific Committee:
Frans Hinskens (U. of Leipzig); Paul Kerswill (U. of Reading);
Maria-Rosa Lloret (U. of Barcelona); Inge Lise Pedersen (U. of
Copenhagen); M. Teresa Turell (U. Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona)); Juan A.
Villena (U. of M�laga).

Local Committee (U. Pompeu Fabra):
Josep M. Fontana, Montserrat Forcadell, Montserrat Gonz�lez, Louise
McNally, Montserrat Ribas, Enric Vallduv�.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 

Peter Auer (U. of Freiburg (Germany)) 
Humberto L�pez Morales (Real Academia de la Lengua Espa�ola) 
Susan Gal (U. of Chicago) 

2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

The Scientific Committee invites abstracts for papers in any area of
language variation in European languages. The abstracts should
indicate clearly whether they are for a regular 30-minute slot for a
Paper (20-minute presentation; 10-minute discussion) or for a Poster,
in which case specified display space and time slot will be offered.

The criteria for abstract selection will be: conceptual and
methodological relevance to the study of language variation,
specifically in European languages; empirical and conceptual
substance; quality of argumentation; originality. The abstracts will
be reviewed anonymously by members of the Scientific Committee during
January and February 2000.

CONFERENCE LANGUAGE

The conference language will be English. Papers should be presented,
and abstracts submitted, in English.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Participants wishing to present a paper or a poster should send ONE
camera-ready copy of their abstract (150-200 words), indicating the
title of the paper/poster, author's full name, and name and address
of institution; and THREE copies of their abstract with an indication
of the title only. All submissions should be sent directly via surface
mail to the Conference Chairperson (M. Teresa Turell) at the
Conference Office address listed below. Deadline for abstracts:
December 15, 1999.

Conference Office:

ICLaVE 1 (Barcelona 2000)
INSTITUT UNIVERSITARI DE LING��STICA APLICADA
UNITAT DE RECERCA DE VARICI� LING��STICA
UNIVERSITAT POMPEU FABRA
La Rambla 30-32
E-08002 Barcelona (Spain)
Tel. (34) 935 422 322 - Fax (34) 935 422 321
e-mail: unitat.variacioiula.upf.es
web page: http://www.iula.upf.es/iclaveuk.htm
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