LINGUIST List 11.636

Tue Mar 21 2000

Calls: Ling theory/Speech Pathology, North East Ling

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  1. Elisabetta Fava, Linguistic theory & Speech Pathology
  2. Miok Pak, Conference of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 2000)

Message 1: Linguistic theory & Speech Pathology

Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 18:42:32 +0100
From: Elisabetta Fava <elifavaux1.unipd.it>
Subject: Linguistic theory & Speech Pathology

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Linguistic theory, Speech and Language pathology, Speech therapy

 FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
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 Padova 22th - 26th August 2000

The Department of Linguistics of the University of Padua is pleased to
announce a conference on the relevance of Linguistics in Speech and
Language Pathology and in Speech therapy.
Our aim is to explore the interdisciplinary complexity of the interface
language/cognition and evaluate the relevance of linguistic theory in the
development of cognitive science; to discuss general problems posed by
different analyses; to bring under scrutiny theoretical assumptions taken
for granted in recent analyses, which may not be so obvious as they seem;
to investigate how even apparently minimal choices in the description of
phenomena may affect the form and complexity of the interface; and to
stress the theoretical and methodological relevance of the tools developed
in this area by focusing on empirical data of different languages.
We encourage submissions of papers dealing with any aspect of Speech and
language pathology in relation to any area of linguistics: phonetics,
phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, language acquisition,
language change, sign language, bilingualism, sociolinguistics,
neurolinguistics, cognitive grammar, generative grammar, etc.
We welcome submissions of proposals for

PAPERS
POSTERS

Abstracts should be as specific as possible and include a statement of the
author's topic or problem, approach and conclusions.
Authors interested in presenting a paper should submit one copy of a
one-page abstracts (plus one-page for references). Please send a separate
cover page with the following information:

1. Name & affiliation.
2. Title of paper/poster.
3. Mail address
4. E-mail address
5. Phone and/or Fax number
6. Audiovisual needs
7. Status (faculty, graduate student)


THEME SESSIONS
Theme sessions are encouraged. They are organized by an individual and
submitted as a unit. They are intended to deal with a unified idea or
topic, whether from similar or diverse viewpoints. Talks should be on a
coherent topic within the conference themes that can be expected to
generate opposing views and discussion with a broader audience.
Theme sessions will normally include 3 or 4 papers, plus a brief
introduction. Papers should be distributed in advance among participants
and participants are invited to refer to each other's approaches. Each
panel can accommodate introductory remarks framing the issues and three to
four 30-minute talks.
Proposals for Theme sessions should include:

 - an overall abstract, outlining the topic and nature of the theme
session as a whole
 - a short abstract from each presenter
The form of the abstract for the theme session, and for each included
paper, is the same as that for regular abstracts.

Please send the following information on a separate cover page:
1. Topic/Title of the Theme Session.
2. Name & affiliation of organizer
3. Names & affiliations of presenters
4. Mail address
5. E-mail address
6. Phone and/or fax

SUBMISSION DEADLINES:

PAPERS AND POSTERS: 15TH MAY 2000
THEME SESSIONS: 30TH. MAY 2000
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: June 15 2000

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Official language for Papers and Posters is English. There will be No
Translation service. Spanish official languages and French are admitted for
Theme sessions.

Organizing Committee

Prof. Alberto Mioni
Chair of the Department Discipline Linguistiche, comunicative e dello
spettacolo,
Universit� di Padova
mionialipdunidx.unipd.it

Dr. Paola Crisma
Diploma Universitario di Logopedista, Universit� di Padova
Dipartimento di Scienze geografiche e storiche Universit� di Trieste
crismapuniv.trieste.it

Prof. Elisabetta Fava, contact person
Dipartimento di discipline Linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
Universit� di Padova
elifavaux1.unipd.it

Dr. Mario D'angelo
Diploma Universitario in Logopedia
Universit� di Padova
mario.dangeloiol.it

Dr. Sara Gesuato
Diploma Universitario in Logopedia
Universit� di Padova

Dr. Alessandro Zijno
Diploma Universitario in Logopedia
zijnodsc.unibo.it

contact person
Prof. Elisabetta Fava
Dipartimento di discipline Linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
Via Beato Pellegrino 1
Palazzo Maldura
I-35100 Padova (Italy)
Fax ++39-049 8274919
ElifavaUx1.Unipd.It


REGISTRATION FORM

CAPITALS THROUGHOUT PLEASE

Last name: 


First name: 


Institution: 


Address: 

Post code / zip code:
City:

Country: 

e-mail: 

FAX: 

Phone: 

Send to
fax ++39-049 8274919
or
ElifavaUx1.Unipd.It


REGISTRATION FEE:
70 Euros (35 Euros for students) before July 30, 2000
to be deposited at 10021 Banca AntonVeneta, sede di padova, via VIII
febbraio 5, 35100 Padova, CAB 12150, ABI 5040

after July 30, 2000: 100 Euros at the arrival in Padova

LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION: WWW.PADOVAnet.it




_____________________________________
Prof. Elisabetta Fava
Dipartimento di discipline Linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
Universit� di Padova
Palazzo Maldura
I-35100 Padova

fax ++39-049 8274919, phone ++39-0498274925

E-mail:
Elifavaux1.unipd.it (Prof. Elisabetta Fava)

http://www.maldura.unipd.it
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Message 2: Conference of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 2000)

Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 12:57:02 -0500 (EST)
From: Miok Pak <pakmgusun.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Conference of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 2000)


	 	 	 NELS 2000
		Conference of the North East Linguistic Society
		 October 6-8, 2000
		 Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

			KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
			Gennaro Chierchia
			Junko Ito and Armin Mester
			Howard Lasnik

			Nels 2000 features:
	Roundtable for Anti-symmetry and Minimalism in Romance Syntax 
		Workshop for The Neurological Basis of Language 
		Phonology and phonetics POSTER session

			CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite abstracts for twenty-minute talks plus ten-minute discussions on
any aspect of theoretical linguistics. We also invite abstracts for
posters for the phonology and phonetics poster session and Neurological
basis of Language workshop.

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
references. Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract
per author. 

We strongly encourage electronic submissions. Electronic submissions
should have the subject header "abstract" and include all the author
information (see below) in the body of the e-mail. Acceptable formats are
PC and Mac MS Word, text and RTF. Abstracts with unusual fonts must
attach the font file. 

Postal submissions must include 6 copies of an anonymous abstract and an
index card including the following information: name, title of abstract
and area (phonology, syntax, etc.), poster or main session,
affiliation(s), mailing address, and e-mail address. 

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: July 1, 2000
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: August 20, 2000

Electronic submissions: nels2000georgetown.edu

Postal submissions: Abstract Committee/NELS2000
		 Department of Linguistics
		 Georgetown University
		 37th and O street, NW
		 Washington, DC 20057

For more detail, visit our web-site: 
http://www.georgetown.edu/departments/linguistics/nels31.html
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