LINGUIST List 11.2441

Fri Nov 10 2000

Calls: Arabic Ling Society, Structure of Hungarian

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  1. Samira Farwaneh, Arabic Linguistics Society - ALS 2001
  2. Zoltan Banreti, Conference on the Structure of Hungarian

Message 1: Arabic Linguistics Society - ALS 2001

Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 15:34:14 -0700
From: Samira Farwaneh <s.farwanehm.cc.utah.edu>
Subject: Arabic Linguistics Society - ALS 2001

Second Call For Papers


The Arabic Linguistics Society,
The University of Utah and
Brigham Young University

announce the

Fifteenth Annual Symposium on
Arabic Linguistics

to be held at

The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

March 2-3 2001

Keynote Speaker: Stuart Davis, University of Indiana at Bloomington
Keynote Address: The Controversy over the Grammatical Status of Root
Consonants

Papers are invited on topics that deal with the application of current
linguistic theories and analyses to Arabic. Research in the following areas
of Arabic linguistics is encouraged: grammatical analysis (phonology,
morphology, syntax, semantics), sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics,
discourse analysis, historical linguistics, corpus linguistics, etc.

Persons interested in presenting papers are requested to submit a one-page
abstract giving the title of the paper, a brief statement of the topic, and
a summary clearly stating how the topic will be developed (the reasoning,
data, or experimental results to be presented). Authors are requested to
be>as specific as possible in describing their topics. Abstracts should be
submitted by e-mail, where possible. The top lines of the message should
contain the authors name, affiliation, address, phone number, e-mail
address, and the title of the paper. The body of the abstract should then
follow after 4 blank lines. The heading will be omitted before it is sent
to the members of the paper selection committee. Please do not send
attachments. If submitted by mail,
both a disk copy and a hard copy are to be included. Names are not to
appear on the abstract; instead, a 3x5 card with the above information
should be enclosed. Twenty minutes will be allowed for each presentation.

2000 ALS membership dues ($20 faculty, $15 students) and conference fees
($25 preregistered) are to be submitted with all abstracts and must be
received by the abstract deadline. Membership dues are non-refundable;
conference fees are refundable, if requested, only to those whose papers
are not accepted.

Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts
November 15 2000

Abstracts should be addressed to:
Tessa Hauglid
1346 South 2950 East
Spanish Fork UT 84660
Phone: 801-794-9387
E-Mail: tmh1mstar2.net

Other enquiries may be addressed to:
Samira Farwaneh
Voice: 801 581 4928
E-Mail: s.farwanehm.cc.utah.edu
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Message 2: Conference on the Structure of Hungarian

Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 17:11:26 +0100 (CET)
From: Zoltan Banreti <banretinytud.hu>
Subject: Conference on the Structure of Hungarian


ANNOUNCING 

the 5th Conference on the Structure of Hungarian 
in Honor of Ferenc Kiefer's 70th Birthday

May 24-27 2001, at the 
Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 
Budapest.

Organized jointly by the Research Institute of Linguistics
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and 
the PhD Program in Theoretical Linguistics of the University
of Szeged

We are calling linguists in and outside Hungary to gather 
and celebrate Professor and Director Ferenc Kiefer 
with state-of-the-art presentations in English 
in the theoretical aspects of research into the Hungarian 
language, notably in phonology, morphology, syntax, 
semantics, pragmatics,socio-, psycho- and neuro- and 
historical linguistics, as well as cognitive science.

We are expecting anonymous abstracts in English of maximum
two pages (single-space, Times 12 point or equivalent)
preferably sent electronically to the following address 
until January 31, 2001:

icshnytud.hu

Hard copies (in 5 copies without author's name + a card
with author's name and affiliation) are to be sent 
to the following address (please, observe 
the above deadline): 

Zoltan Banreti
Research Institue for Linguistics
Budapest
VI. Benczur u. 33.
H-1068
Hungary

Please make sure that the abstract contains no easily 
recognizable reference to your own work. (The organizers
will see to it that abstracts submitted electronically 
are sent out to the selection committee after removing
all identification.)

We envisage a few invited talks and ca. 25 presentations of 
20 minutes each with a 10-minute discussion period in 
consecutuive sessions. 

Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2001

Young researchers, graduate and undergraduate students are 
particularly encouraged to apply for special grants made 
available to them in limited numbers.



On behalf of the organizers,

Zoltan Banreti, Deputy Director of the Institute, Budapest
Istvan Kenesei, PhD Program Director, University of Szeged
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