LINGUIST List 10.1807

Sat Nov 27 1999

Calls: Chamito-semitic Lang, Second Lang Research

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  1. Moha Ennaji, Chamito-semitic conference
  2. Xenia Bonch-Bruevich, Second Language Research Forum 2000 (SLRF 2000)

Message 1: Chamito-semitic conference

Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 11:11:16 +0000
From: Moha Ennaji <estryfesnet.net.ma>
Subject: Chamito-semitic conference

CALL FOR PAPERS 

The Generative Grammar Research Group at the University of Fes
(Morocco) is organising a two-day conference on March 20-21, 2000 on
	
"Aspects of the morphology and syntax of Chamito-semitic Languages"

Abstracts are welcome in all areas of descriptive and theoretical
linguistics concerned with Chamito-semitic languages. Papers will be forty
minutes long followed by fifteen minutes discussion. 

Suggested topics to be discussed during the conference :
-Morphology: inflection and derivation paradigms
-Word order and syntactic variation
-The morpho-syntax of tense, aspect, negation, adverbs, complementisers,etc
-comparative studies
- Minimalist approaches to chamito-semitic languages: movement, control,
case checking, etc

Abstracts should be sent by 20 January 2000, preferably by e-mail. The
name and contact address (e-mail), plus affiliation should be placed
at the top of the message. The body of the abstract should follow
after 6 blank lines. The author's name and contacts will be omitted
before sending the abstract to reviewers.
If submitted by air-mail, a hard copy of the abstract as well as a disk
copy should be dispatched to the address below.

Papers will be in English, French and Arabic.

Please note that the University will be able to pay only for participants'
board and lodging, but not for transportation.

Moha Ennaji
Groupe d'Etudes et de Recherches sur la Grammaire Generative
=====================
Dept of English
Faculte des Lettres 1
BP 50 Fes 30 000
Morocco
Fax: +212 5 64 08 44
Tel: +212 5 61 09 10
E-mail: estryfesnet.net.ma


Organising Committee
Moha Ennaji
Fatima Sadiqi
Mohamed Moubtassime
Souad Slaoui
El Hassan Es-saidy
Ahmed Makhoukh
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Message 2: Second Language Research Forum 2000 (SLRF 2000)

Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 14:18:04 -0800
From: Xenia Bonch-Bruevich <xbonchbrstudents.wisc.edu>
Subject: Second Language Research Forum 2000 (SLRF 2000)


CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS

Second Language Research Forum 2000 (SLRF 2000)
Thursday September 7 - Sunday September 10
University of Wisconsin -Madison
Topic: Past, Present, and Future of Second Language Research
Info: http://mendota.english.wisc.edu/~SLRF/


PLENARY SPEAKERS: 
Ellen Bialystok (York University)
Lynn Eubank (University of North Texas)
Claire Kramsch (University of California-Berkeley)
Bonnie Norton (University of British Columbia)

INVITED COLLOQUIA: 
Interlanguage data and Ultimate Attainment (Chris Bongartz, UNC-Charlotte)
Language Attrition (Dorit Kaufmann, SUNY-Stony Brook)
Technology and Second Language Research (Sally Sieloff Magnan, UW-Madison)
Conversation Analysis and Second Language Research (Numa Markee, UIUC)


ABSTRACTS REQUIREMENTS:
Areas will include:

-theories of SLA
-SL research methodology
-SLA and the classroom
-interdisciplinary approaches to SL research

Each paper presentation session will be 40 minutes long (30 minutes
plus 10 minutes for discussion). Posters will be displayed for a
3-hour block of time; posters are intended for reports of work in
progress or for reports where the author wants more feedback on the
work.

For a paper or poster submission, e-mail an abstract of no more than
400 words. Use the format below to include the additional information
with your abstract. Please send the abstract as the text of your
e-mail message and not as an attachment.

In the subject heading of the message please type either "Paper 
submission" or "Poster submission." Within a week of submission,
confirmation of your abstract's receipt will be sent to the e-mail
address from which you sent it. Individuals are to submit only one
abstract. Deadline for submission is April 15, 2000.

Send submissions to: slrf2000studentorg.wisc.edu by April 15, 2000.
Format for e-mail submission (all fields required):
In the subject heading of the e-mail message: Type "Poster Submission" OR
"Paper 
Submission
PRESENTATION TITLE (maximum ten words)
PRESENTER'S LAST (FAMILY) NAME
PRESENTER'S FIRST (GIVEN) NAME
DEPARTMENT
AFFILIATION
MAILING ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP
COUNTRY
PHONE
E-MAIL ADDRESS
CO-PRESENTER's LAST (FAMILY) NAME (if applicable)
CO-Presenter's FIRST (GIVEN) NAME
DEPARTMENT
AFFILIATION
MAILING ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP
COUNTRY
PHONE
E-MAIL ADDRESS
50-WORD (MAXIMUM) SUMMARY OF THE PRESENTATION 400-WORD 
(MAXIMUM) ABSTRACT OF THE PRESENTATION
 We ask that all abstracts be submitted via e-mail.
If this is not possible, please use the address below to submit 
an abstract by snail mail. 
 
Applied Linguistics Student Association (ALSA)
SLRF Committee 
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of English
7187 H.C.White Hall
600 North Park St.
Madison, WI 53706-1475 
 

SLRF 2000
Xenia Bonch, Organizing Committee
slrf2000studentorg.wisc.edu 
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