LINGUIST List 10.1828

Tue Nov 30 1999

Calls: Afroasiatic Linguistics, Korean Linguistics

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  1. Laurence Horn, NACAL 2000 - PORTLAND, OREGON
  2. David J. Silva, Korean Linguistics Conference

Message 1: NACAL 2000 - PORTLAND, OREGON

Date: Tue, 30 Nov 1999 15:10:31 -0400
From: Laurence Horn <laurence.hornyale.edu>
Subject: NACAL 2000 - PORTLAND, OREGON

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 		 NACAL 28: CALL FOR PAPERS

		 Twenty-eighth Annual
 North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics

 	 PORTLAND, OREGON

	 Friday, March 10th-Sunday, March 12th, 2000

(at the beginning of the American Oriental Society's Portland conference.)

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Dear Scholars in Afroasiatic Languages,

We are once again planning that pre-AOS bash for linguists working
with the Afroasiatic language family (Semitic, Egyptian, Berber,
Cushitic, Chadic, and Omotic languages). Proposals for 20-minute
papers are requested on any area of the phonology, grammar, syntax,
synchrony, diachrony, sociolinguistics, or epigraphy of these
languages. Those who are also attending the American Oriental Society
Conference can request to be scheduled in the joint session between
NACAL and AOS, but such slots will be limited in number due to time
constraints.

Deadline for paper proposals is January 10th, 2000, but please use the
e-mail form below to let me know now whether you plan to attend and to
keep the mailing list up-to-date. You may also submit an abstract via
e-mail, if you so desire. (FORM BELOW)

Hotel information and other logistics will be forthcoming.

The registration fee will be $40 payable to "Geoffrey Graham." Please
mail all checks and other postal correspondence to:

Geoffrey Graham (NACAL 28)
Department of NELC, Yale University
Hall of Graduate Studies, Box 208236
New Haven, CT 06520-8236, USA

Sincerely,
Geoff Graham

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MAILING LIST INFORMATION FORM:

Name:

Mr. or Ms.? _____

Affiliation (if applicable):

Postal Address:

Telephone Number (Optional):

E-mail Address:

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ABSTRACT PROPOSAL FORM:

Title of Paper:

Abstract of the Paper:

(Note that, if your paper is selected, this abstract will be printed *AS
IS* in the conference notebook. One pithy paragraph is usually
sufficient; please limit yourself to one typed page at most. If you need
diacritics or other characters than ten-bit ascii, please mail your
abstract to the address below.)

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 ` Geoffrey Graham `
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 ` Department of NELC, Yale University `
 ` Hall of Graduate Studies, Box 208236 `
 ` New Haven, CT 06520-8236, USA `
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 ` Res. (203) 436-1938 Dept. (203) 432-2944 `
 ` Bus. (203) 432-2950 Fax (203) 432-2946 `
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Message 2: Korean Linguistics Conference

Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 12:00:48 -0500
From: David J. Silva <davidling.uta.edu>
Subject: Korean Linguistics Conference


 ********** CALL FOR PAPERS: SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT **********

 THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
 ON
 KOREAN LINGUISTICS

 July 13 - 16, 2000
 Prague, Czech Republic

The International Circle of Korean Linguistics (ICKL) is pleased to
announce that the 12th ICKL Conference will be held at the Krystal
Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic on July 13-16, 2000. We invite abstracts
for talks on any aspect of Korean linguistics. Talks will be 20
minutes long, with 10 minutes for discussion. In addition to the
traditional General Sessions, we plan to organize 11 Special Sessions
on Korean linguistics in the areas of (1) Phonetics/Phonology, (2)
Formal Syntax, (3) Typology, (4) Semantics, (5) Discourse, (6)
Sociolinguistics, (7) Language Acquisition, (8) Historical
Linguistics, (9) Korean Language Teaching, (10) Semiotics, and (11)
Informational Research on Hangul. Special sessions will feature
presentations by leading researchers in each field.

Abstracts should not exceed two single-spaced pages including data and
references. The abstract itself should not bear the author's name but
only the title of the paper. The following information should
accompany the abstract: names and affiliations of all authors,
subfield of Korean linguistics, postal address, e-mail address,
telephone number, and fax number.

NOTE: We strongly encourage submission by e-mail. If you elect to send
an abstract by e-mail, please send your submission at least one week
before the deadline; this way the conference organizers can verify that
the format of the electronic file that you sent can be downloaded.

> Deadline for abstract submission: January 30, 2000
> Notification of acceptance via e-mail: February 27, 2000

Please mail your abstract to:

ICKL 2000
C/O Prof. Nam-Kil Kim, Korean Studies Institute, University of
Southern California, THH 226G, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0357
E-mail: nkimusc.edu

 - or -

ICKL 2000
C/O Prof. Hee-Don Ahn, Department of English, Konkuk University, Seoul
143-701, Korea
E-mail: hdahnkkucc.konkuk.ac.kr
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