LINGUIST List 10.758

Wed May 19 1999

Calls: Comp Linguistics, Hispanic Languages

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  1. Miriam Butt, DGfS/CL 99, Computational Linguistics
  2. Victoria Rodrigo, La Chispa 2000

Message 1: DGfS/CL 99, Computational Linguistics

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 01:35:09 +0100 (WET DST)
From: Miriam Butt <muttcallisto.sprachwiss.uni-konstanz.de>
Subject: DGfS/CL 99, Computational Linguistics



			 DGfS/CL 99

 7th Meeting of the Section for Computational Linguistics

	 of the Deutsche Gesellschaft f\252r Sprachwissenschaft

			 October 6-8,1999
	 Universit\228t des Saarlandes, Saarbr\252cken
 Theme: Computational Linguistics: Theoretical vs. Empirical Concerns


The conference welcomes current work within research and application
oriented computational linguistics. Abstracts which pertain to the
main theme of the conference will generally be preferred. The language
of the conference is both English and German and abstracts will be
accepted in either language.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is June 18th, 1999. 3
copies of abstracts no longer than 6 pages should be submitted to by
that date. The electronic submission of abstracts is strongly
encouraged (we will take postscript, Microsoft Word, RTF, HTML or PDF,
as well as simple ASCII).
 
A workshop on practical issues will form a part of the meeting. 

 Workshop: (Computational) Linguistics in University Programs


NOTE: This meeting will be the last of its kind (an autumn school will
take its place) 


DATES:
 Abstract Submission: June 18, 1999
 Notification of Acceptance: July 7,1999
 Meeting: Octobert, 6-8,1999




WHERE TO SUBMIT:

Miriam Butt
Universit\228t Konstanz 
Fachgruppe Sprachwissenschaft
Fach D 186
D-78457 Konstanz

E-mail: miriam.buttuni-konstanz.de 


We would appreciate if you registered by August 15th, 1999 with the
local organizer. 

Hans Uszkoreit
Universitaet des Saarlandes 
Computerlinguistik 
D-66041 Saarbruecken 
Germany 

E-mail: uszkoreitcoli.uni-sb.de

Further information will be provided in the next call for papers. 



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German Version:

			 DGfS/CL 99

	 7. Fachtagung der Sektion Computerlinguistik

	 der Deutschen Gesellschaft f\252r Sprachwissenschaft

			 6.10. - 8.10.1999
	 Universit\228t des Saarlandes, Saarbr\252cken
 Rahmenthema: Computerlinguistik zwischen Theorie und Empirie.
 

Erw\252nscht sind Beitr\228ge in deutscher und englischer Sprache, die sich
mit aktuellen Forschungs- und Anwendungsfragen aus allen Gebieten der
Computerlinguistik auseinandersetzen, wobei in der Regel ein Bezug zum
Rahmenthema hergestellt werden sollte. Erweiterte Abstracts in einem
Umfang von maximal 6 Seiten m\252ssen in drei Kopien bis zum 18.6.1999
bei der Sprecherin der Sektion Computerlinguistik, Miriam Butt,
eingereicht werden. Wenn m\246glich sollten die Abstracts elektronisch
eingereicht werden (angenommen werden PostScript-Dateien, Microsoft
Word, RTF, HTML oder PDF Formate, sowie auch einfaches ASCII).
 
 Anwendungsworkshop: (Computer-)Linguistik und gestufte Studieng\228nge 


WICHTIGER HINWEIS:

Diese Fachtagung wird nach Beschlu\223 der Sektion die letzte ihrer Art sein.



TERMINE:

 Einreichung von Beitr\228gen: 18.6.1999
 Benachrichtigung \252ber Annahme: 15.7.1999
 Fachtagung: 6. - 8.10.1999



ADRESSE F\220R DIE EINREICHUNG VON BEITR\196GEN:

Miriam Butt
Universit\228t Konstanz 
Fachgruppe Sprachwissenschaft
Fach D 186
D-78457 Konstanz

E-mail: miriam.buttuni-konstanz.de 


ANMELDUNG 

Die Anmeldung zur Fachtagung ist erw\252nscht bis zum 15.8.1999 beim
Organisator: 

Hans Uszkoreit
Universitaet des Saarlandes 
Computerlinguistik 
D-66041 Saarbruecken 
Germany 

E-mail: uszkoreitcoli.uni-sb.de


Weitere Informationen folgen im n\228chsten Call for Papers. 
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Message 2: La Chispa 2000

Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 09:24:02 -0500 (CDT)
From: Victoria Rodrigo <rodrigohomer.forlang.lsu.edu>
Subject: La Chispa 2000

Dear colleagues:

Below please find the call for papers for the next Louisiana
Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (LA CHISPA),
sponsored by Louisiana State University. It will be held at Baton
Rouge on March 2-4, 2000. Please foward this information to any
colleague that you think might be interested.

If you want to be included in LA CHISPA mailing list in order to
receive further information about the Conference, please send an
e-mail with your name and address to Montserrat Alas-Brun :
malasbrlsu.edu. Use "Add me to La Chispa Mailing List' as the
subject.

Thank you very much

CALL FOR PAPERS
	
Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures 21st Congress

March 2-4, 2000

Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge

Open topics on any aspect of Hispanic languages and literatures, film,
linguistics, second language acquisition, and pedagogy. Send a one
page abstract (in Spanish or English) and self-addressed stamped
envelope by November 15, 1999.

Special Sessions: If you are interested in organizing a special
session, the deadline for submission of proposals is September 15,
1999. Please contact the organizers for details.

Please address submisssion of

Papers on Peninsular, Latin-American Literature and Film to Monserrat 
Alas-Brun.
Papers on Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy to 
Victoria Rodrigo

to the following address;

Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
222 Prescott Hall
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5306

e-mail: malasbrlsu.edu

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		Victoria Rodrigo
		Foreign Language and Literatures
		Louisiana State University
		222 Prescott Hall
		Baton Rouge, LA 70803

		Ph # (504) 388-5176
		 (504) 388-6616
		Fax (504) 388-5074

		E-mail:
		rodrigohomer.forlang.lsu.edu
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