LINGUIST List 10.1782

Tue Nov 23 1999

Calls: General Linguistics, Comp Ling/NLP - IAAI

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  1. Thomas R. Porter, General Ling: Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Symposium
  2. Priscilla Rasmussen, Comp Ling/NLP: Innovative Applications/IAAI - NLP/Spoken Language

Message 1: General Ling: Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Symposium

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 13:57:24 -0500
From: Thomas R. Porter <trportersouthernvirginia.edu>
Subject: General Ling: Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Symposium

Call for Papers

Second Annual
Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Society Symposium
at
Southern Virginia College
March 16-17, 2000

Keynote Speaker:
John P. Broderick, Old Dominion University
Language and Consciousness: Some Insights from Research on Discourse
Intonation

The Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Society Symposium is issuing a
call for papers for their upcoming symposium. The theme for this year 
is Revealing Language. The ambiguity of the phrase evokes possibilities 
for an interdisciplinary array of papers: both papers on language as a
tool for revealing insights into literature, culture, and life and
papers that reveal insights about language.

The conference welcomes papers treating a variety of topics in language
and linguistics. This includes not only papers treating topics within 
linguistic disciplines such as phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, 
pragmatics, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, and applied
linguistics, but also interdisciplinary presentations that involve
language analysis.

Deadline for submitting an abstract: January 15, 2000
Abstracts may be submitted by mail, fax or e-mail. (see accompanying
submission form)

To submit an abstract or for further information contact:

Dr. Thomas R. Porter, Department of Arts and Humanities
Southern Virginia College. Buena Vista, Virginia 24416.
Submissions may be faxed to: (540) 261-8451
E-mail: trportersouthernvirginia.edu


Submission Form

Shenandoah Language and Linguistics Society Symposium

Deadline for submitting an abstract: January 15, 2000
Abstracts may be submitted by mail, fax or e-mail
To submit an abstract or for further information contact:

Dr. Thomas R. Porter, Department of Arts and Humanities
Southern Virginia College. Buena Vista, Virginia 24416.
Submissions may be faxed to: (540) 261-8451
E-mail: trportersouthernvirginia.edu


1) Name (As you wish to appear in the program):


2) University or Institutional Affiliation:


3) Title of Presentation:


4) Address at Which You Can Be Reached (Please include Phone Numbers as
well as an e-mail
address if you have one):


5) Please indicate with a check mark which session the topic of your
most closely corresponds to:

_ Morphology and syntax _ Language and Literature
_ Diachronic and Synchronic studies _ Language and Religious Studies
_ Semantics, Pragmatics and _ Philosophy of Language
 Discourse Analysis _ Pedagogy or Language Acquisition
Phonetics and Phonology _ Other

6) Attach a 250 word abstract that describes the presentation you would
like to make.
Presentations are limited to 20 minutes. If you feel 20 minutes would
not be sufficient for your
topic, you may ask for an exception to the 20 minute limit.
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Message 2: Comp Ling/NLP: Innovative Applications/IAAI - NLP/Spoken Language

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 99 11:22:33 EST
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmussecs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: Comp Ling/NLP: Innovative Applications/IAAI - NLP/Spoken Language


The Innovative Applications of AI (IAAI) conference is especially interested in
encouraging the submission of papers on the emerging and deployed application
of techniques in Natural Language Processing or Spoken Language Understanding,
e.g. information retrieval or spoken dialogue systems. The deadline for
paper submissions is January 18th, 2000. Please see the full call at:

http://aaai.org/Conferences/IAAI/2000/iaai2000-call.html

Marilyn Walker
IAAI Program Committee

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