LINGUIST List 11.121

Fri Jan 21 2000

Calls: Ling Research Journal, UNC Ling Colloquium

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  1. Abderrezzak Tourabi, Linguistic Research Journal, Morocco
  2. UNC Linguistics, General Ling: UNC Linguistics Colloquium/ North Carolina, USA

Message 1: Linguistic Research Journal, Morocco

Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 10:54:40 +0000
From: Abderrezzak Tourabi <tourabiiera.um5souissi.ac.ma>
Subject: Linguistic Research Journal, Morocco

Dear Linguists

You are invited to take a look at the Editorial statement and the
contents of the seventh and the eighth issue of the Linguistic
Research Journal published by the Institute for the Study and Research
on Arabization, Rabat-MOROCCO. The Director of the Journal is
Dr. Abdelkader Fassi Fehri. The journal is published by a Research
Institute which has no commercial purposes.

Sincerely Yours,
Tourabi

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LINGUISTIC RESEARCH

 Editorial Statement


We are very pleased to present the seventh and eighth issue of
Linguistic Research / ?abhaat lisaaniyya. The journal is intended to
be an active forum for discussion, interaction, and integration of
theoritical and applied research on Arabic and other languages within
a comparative framework. Work on Semitic and African languages will be
particularly encouraged.

The journal will include contributions in the following topics and
disciplines:
- theoretically oriented work in linguistic sciences, including syntax,
morphology, phonology, lexicology, semantics, pragmatics, language
acquisition, cognitive science, corpus linguistics, etc.
- applied research especially in the domains of computational
linguistics, terminology, translation, didactics, language planning,
communication, and language variation
- interdisciplinary research
- reviews of important contributions in those fields
- replies or critiques
- brief descriptions of computational or didactic tools, especially
those applied to Arabic.

Contributions can be written in Arabic, English, or French. Manuscripts
are subjected to a thorough review, which would hopefully contribute to
improving their content and presentation.

Contributors are asked to submit their manuscripts in three copies.
Articles should not exceed 25 to 30 pages (double spaced). Very long
articles will be included only exceptionally. Final versions of accepted
texts should be preferrably edited on Word 6.0 (or later versions) and
made available on floppy disks (using PC or Mac). Guidelines for authors
are available from the editors. Manuscripts are not returnable.

We hope to create an active forum of research on Arabic and languages in
the area, situated with respect to languages in other areas of the
world. We also hope to bridge the gap between theoretical and applied
research.


Abdelkader Fassi Fehri, Director.


Contributors are asked to post their articles to the following address:
Abdelkader Fassi Fehri
Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization
Avenue Allal El-Fassi, B.P. 6216
Rabat-Agdal (Institutes)
Rabat, MOROCCO


* The journal is published as one volume of two issues per year (of
approximately 400 pages). Subscription rates for Volume 2 (1997) are the
following:
Institutions/Libraries: 200 DH (or 30 US dollars), plus 80 DH for
postage.
Individuals: 80 DH (or 12 US dollars), plus postage. Students: 60 DH.



Table of Contents

Editoriel Statement


Bakir, Murtadah J.: Ordering Principles in conjoined lexical pairs

Banksira, Degif Petros: Du r´┐Żle des prefixes a-, ta- et at- en chaha

Al-Shorafat, Mohammed O.: On the strategy of Resumptive Pronouns

Ezzahid, Samia: Les corespendances lexicales de Tacaalibii serait-elles
des fonctions lexicales standards au sens de Mel'cuk?

Articles en arabe

Fassi Fehri, Abdelkader: Iktissaabu I-lugati I-?arabiyati wa t-ta?allum
l-lugawiyu l-muta?addid

Salim Abdelilah: Binyaatu al musaabahati fii I-lugati l-?-arabiyah:
muqaaraba ma?rifiyah

Louis-Jean Rousseau: Al-istilaahu wa t-taxtiitu l-lugawiy



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Message 2: General Ling: UNC Linguistics Colloquium/ North Carolina, USA

Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 20:17:22 -0500 (EST)
From: UNC Linguistics <kbaker3email.unc.edu>
Subject: General Ling: UNC Linguistics Colloquium/ North Carolina, USA


The annual UNC Linguistics Colloquium will be held at the
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC on April 8, 2000.

 Keynote speaker: Janet Pierrehumbert

We invite submissions of proposals for 20-minute talks and 10 minute
discussion sessions in any area of linguistics from any theoretical
perspective.

Submissions must include 2 copies of an anonymous abstract and an index
card including the following information:

 *Name
 *Title of Abstract and area (phonology, syntax etc.)
 *Affiliation(s)
 *Mailing address
 *e-mail address

Abstracts must be at most one page with one-inch margins and typed in
at least 11-point font. An optional second page is permitted for data and
citations. Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract
per author. Abstracts by e-mail are accepted.

Abstracts must be received no later than February 29, 2000.

We will only consider submissions that conform to the above guidelines.

ABSTRACTS SHOULD BE SENT TO:

Linguistics Colloquium
Department of Linguistics
318 Dey Hall
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3155

or

linguisticsunc.edu
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