LINGUIST List 11.2121

Tue Oct 3 2000

Calls: Lang Planning/Lexicology, Nilo-Saharan/Ling

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  1. R.Corsetti-A.Lowenstein, International Symposium on Language Planning and Lexicology
  2. Mechthild Reh, 8th Nilo-Saharan LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM 2001

Message 1: International Symposium on Language Planning and Lexicology

Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 21:46:16 +0200
From: R.Corsetti-A.Lowenstein <corsettiitelcad.it>
Subject: International Symposium on Language Planning and Lexicology


LAST CALL



CROATIAN ACADEMY OF and ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES AND ARTS ESPERANTO

International Symposium on Language Planning and Lexicology

Under the auspices and sponsorship of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and
Arts, the Academy of Esperanto will organize an International Symposium on
Language Planning and Lexicology, to be held in Zagreb, Croatia, July
28--30, 2001. The working languages are Croatian, Esperanto, English, and
French.

The opening ceremony of the Symposium will take place in the afternoon of
Saturday, July 28, and the symposium will end in the afternoon of Monday,
July 30, 2001.

Venue

The Illyrian Hall of the Croatian Academy od Sciences and Arts, Opaticka
18, HR-10 000 Zagreb, Croatia.


Contributions

Contributions to the symposium are invited. Prospective contributors
should send their papers in electronic form to Professor Geraldo Mattos,
<mattossuper.com.br>, before the end of November 2000. In exceptional
cases, contributions not in electronic form may be accepted, but only
subject to prior agreement with Professor Mattos and only if they reach him
at Rua Dr. Jo´┐Żo Motter, 98, BR-81210-260 Curitiba PR, Brazil, before the
end of October, 2000. Accepted contributions will be published in a volume
that will be ready before the Symposium.


Participation

Persons who wish to attend the symposium (even without giving a talk) are
kindly requested to inform Professor Christer Kiselman,
<kiselmanmath.uu.se>, before the end of May, 2001.
(Paper address: P. O. Box 480, SE-751 06 Uppsala, Sweden.)


Committees

Honorary Board of the 
Croatian Academy of 
Sciences and Arts: 
Ivo Padovan, President 
Andrija Kas'telan, 
Secretary General 
Dalibor Brozovic', 
Head of the 
Lexicographic Institute 

Academy of Esperanto:
Geraldo Mattos, President
Christer Kiselman, Vice President
Renato Corsetti, Secretary General 
Spomenka S'timec
 
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Message 2: 8th Nilo-Saharan LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM 2001

Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2000 15:29:12 +0200
From: Mechthild Reh <mrehuni-hamburg.de>
Subject: 8th Nilo-Saharan LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM 2001


Second announcement: CALL FOR PAPERS

* The 8th NILO-SAHARAN LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM *
will be held at Hamburg University, August 22-25, 2001

Scholars are invited to present papers covering both traditional
topics of Nilo-Saharan linguistics as well as those related to text
analysis and to literature in Nilo-Saharan languages (20 min. + 10
min. discussion).

There are limited funds for scholars from African and from
Eastern European universities wanting to actively attend the
conference. Please contact the organizer early.

Deadline for submission of paper + preliminary abstract:
March 31, 2001.
Participants will be notified about acceptance of paper by
April 15, 2001.
Deadline for final abstract (max. 500 words):
June 30, 2001.

Registraton via website (s. below) is strongly preferred. If you use
ordinary mail, please also provide an e-mail address if possible.

Registration and further information see Homepage at
http://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/Nilo_Saharan_Coll/
- Email: nilosahuni-hamburg.de
- Slowmail: 8th NSLC 2001 (Mechthild Reh)
 Inst. of African & Ethiopian Studies,
 Hamburg University
 Rothenbaumchaussee 67/69
 D-20148 Hamburg/Germany
- Fax: 0049-40-428385675
- Tel.: 0049-40-428384873/4
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