LINGUIST List 10.841

Fri Jun 4 1999

Calls: Natural Lang Understanding, Southwest Journal

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  1. Shuly Wintner, NLULP'99 : 2nd CALL FOR PAPERS
  2. Mary Jane Hurst, Southwest Journal of Linguistics-call for manuscripts

Message 1: NLULP'99 : 2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Fri, 4 Jun 1999 09:28:06 -0400 (EDT)
From: Shuly Wintner <>
Subject: NLULP'99 : 2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

	 Deadline for submissions: June 30, 1999

		 Sixth International Workshop on
	 Natural Language Understanding and Logic Programming

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December 3-4, 1999

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Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA
NLULP'99 is co-located with the Sixteenth International Conference 
on Logic Programming (ICLP'99)

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Sandiway Fong & Paul Sabatier

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Harvey Abramson (STMS, Portland)
Sandiway Fong (NEC Research Institute, Princeton)
Claire Gardent (Univ. of the Saarland, Saarbruecken)
Jose Gabriel Lopes (New University of Lisbon)
Gerald Penn (SFB 340, Univ. of Tuebingen)
Monique Rolbert (LIM, Marseille)
Paul Sabatier (LIM, CNRS, Marseille)
Patrick Saint-Dizier (IRIT, CNRS, Toulouse)
Shuly Wintner (IRCS, Univ. of Pennsylvania)

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Papers are invited on substantial, original, and unpublished research on
all aspects of the intersection of Natural Language Understanding with
Logic Programming and (Logic) Constraint Programming.

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Papers should be written in English, and describe original work. They
should emphasize completed work rather than proposed work. The state of
completion of reported results should be clearly indicated.

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Submissions should be no longer than 15 pages (A4 format, 11pt), including
abstract, keywords and references. All contributions are to be made
electronically as uncompressed mime-encoded PostScript attachments. Please
send your submission to both of the co-chairs:

 Sandiway Fong :
 Paul Sabatier :

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On-Line Proceedings of NLULP'99 will be available on the Web from 
November 15, 1999.

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Deadline for submissions: June 30, 1999
Acceptance notification: September 13, 1999
Final version of papers: October 11, 1999
On-Line Proceedings: November 15, 1999
Workshop dates: December 3-4, 1999
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Message 2: Southwest Journal of Linguistics-call for manuscripts

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 17:25:41 -0500
From: Mary Jane Hurst <ditmgTTACS.TTU.EDU>
Subject: Southwest Journal of Linguistics-call for manuscripts

 ***** Call for Manuscripts *****

The Southwest Journal of Linguistics invites manuscripts written in
Spanish or in English on any topic in linguistics, though essays
dealing with the languages of the southwestern United States and
northern Mexico are especially encouraged. The journal also publishes
scholarly reviews of the literature, book reviews, and occasional
commentary on topics of concern to the journal's readership. The
journal is published in two numbers, one in June and one in December.

The June 1999 issue of the journal, now in press, includes an essay on
public linguistics written by Robert D. King, an article on the
ingressive airstream in women's speech in Tohono O'odham written by
Jane Hill and Ofelia Zepeda, an analysis of two Korean motion verbs
written by Jeong-Hwa Lee, a treatment of epistemic and evidential
modality written by Ferdinand de Haan, and a sociolinguistic study of
Spanish in El Paso, Texas, written by Joseph Weyers. The issue also
includes seven book reviews.

For further information, contact the editor (Jon G. Jonz, Dept. of
Literature and Languages, Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX 75429
<>) or visit our website at


Mary Jane Hurst, Ph.D.
Department of English E-mail:
Texas Tech University Office fax: 806-742-0989
Lubbock, TX 79409-3091 Office phone: 806-742-2501
 Executive Director
 Linguistic Association of the Southwest
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