LINGUIST List 11.171

Thu Jan 27 2000

Calls: Japanese Pedagogy, Semantic & Linguistic Theory

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  1. yuji nakazato, 10th Virginia Japanese Pedagogy Workshop, Washington DC
  2. Semantic and Linguistic Theory 10 Conference, Semantic and Linguistic Theory: Cornell University, NY

Message 1: 10th Virginia Japanese Pedagogy Workshop, Washington DC

Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 13:21:40 -0500
From: yuji nakazato <yujiamerican.edu>
Subject: 10th Virginia Japanese Pedagogy Workshop, Washington DC


 Department of Language and Foreign Studies, American University
 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016-8045 


 CALL FOR PRESENTATION PAPERS

 10TH VIRGINIA REGIONAL WORKSHOP 
 IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY

 MAY 27-28, 2000



Dear Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to inform you that the Tenth Virginia Regional 
Workshop in Japanese Language Pedagogy will be held on Saturday, May 27 
to Sunday, May 28, 2000, at American University in Washington DC. The 
theme of this year's workshop is Understanding and Meeting the Needs of 
Students for the 21st Century: Japanese for Specific Purposes and 
Populations.O We are pleased to announce that Professor Meiko Inouye, 
from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins 
University, will be our Keynote speaker and will present on Japanese for 
"Professionally -specific" purposes. 

We are writing you to welcome proposals for 30 minute presentations in 
Japanese or in English on the theme of teaching and learning Japanese 
for various specific purposes and populations. Professionals at the K-12 
level, community language centers, cultural or business institutions, 
and higher education are encouraged to present. 

Please send a title and a 300 word abstract to the workshop organizer by 
February 10, 2000. With your abstract, please include a cover sheet 
containing the following information: the title of your presentation,
the name of the presenter(s), affiliation, mailing address, phone and 
fax numbers, and e-mail address. E-mail submissions of your proposal 
are acceptable. Please address all correspondence to Yuji Nakazato, 
Department of Language and Foreign Studies, American University, 
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016-8045
[ phone: (202) 885-1475; fax: (202) 885-1076; e-mail: 
yujiamerican.edu].

Please share this information with your colleagues. We are very excited 
about hosting this years workshop and look forward to welcoming you to 
American University.
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Message 2: Semantic and Linguistic Theory: Cornell University, NY

Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 14:25:47 -0500
From: Semantic and Linguistic Theory 10 Conference <salt10cornell.edu>
Subject: Semantic and Linguistic Theory: Cornell University, NY

			SALT X - ABSTRACT DEADLINE APPROACHING!

 Invited speakers
 Irene Heim, MIT
 James Higginbotham, Oxford and USC
 Peter Lasersohn, Illinois
 Mats Rooth, Stuttgart


 THIRD NOTICE


 Semantics and Linguistic Theory
 Tenth Annual Meeting
 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
 June 2-4, 2000

SALT 10 invites submissions for 30-minute presentations (with 10 additional
minutes for discussion) on any topic in the semantic analysis of natural
language emphasizing the connection to linguistic theory. Authors should
submit 10 copies of abstracts, no more than 2 pages (1,000 words) long.
Authors' names, address, affiliation, status (faculty/student), phone
number and e-mail address, paper title, and list of prior or planned
presentations at other conferences should accompany the abstracts on a 3x5
card. E mail and fax submissions cannot be accepted.

Deadline for receipt of abstracts is Monday, January 31, 2000. The program
will be announced in early April 2000.

______________

Guidelines:

SALT does not accept papers that by the time of the conference have
appreared or have been accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.

Preference will be given to presentations not duplicated at other major
conferences (including LSA, NELS, WCCFL, etc.). Authors are asked to
indicate prior or planned presentations of their papers on the abstract
submission card.

Any person can submit at most one abstract as sole author and a second
abstract as co-author or two abstracts as co-author.

_____________

Send abstracts to:
SALT 10 Organizing Committee
Department of Linguistics
Morrill Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-4701
USA

Further announcements will be made as the conference approaches. A website
is being set up and will include information on accommodations, travel, and
similar matters.

Inquiries are welcome to the address above, or by e-mail to
salt10cornell.edu.

Proceedings of SALT are in general available from clcpubscornell.edu.
For the Proceedings of SALT 2, write to lingadmling.ohio-state.edu.


Sally McConnell-Ginet
Professor of Linguistics
Secretary-Treasurer, Linguistic Society of America
Department of Linguistics
Morrill Hall, Cornell
Ithaca, NY 14853
607-255-6469
FAX: 607-255-2044
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