LINGUIST List 12.1231

Thu May 3 2001

Calls: Association/Applied Ling, Association/Comp Ling

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  1. Larry D. Chong, Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics
  2. Priscilla Rasmussen, North American Chapter of the Association for Comp Ling/ NAACL-2001

Message 1: Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 09:47:05 +0900
From: Larry D. Chong <>
Subject: Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

 *** The 6th Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics Conference ***
 JULY 30 to AUGUST 1, 2001 at Cheju National University, Cheju Island, 
 Republic of Korea

 The conference is intended for the exchange of opinions among the
 scholars of all over the world in the various areas of theoretical and
 applied linguistics. Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks.
 ABSTRACTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY May 12, 2001(Extended).


 The following keynote speeches are scheduled for the 6th PAAL conference: 
 Prof. Alan Davies (University of Edinburgh) Applied Linguistics 
 & Current Issues
 Prof. Ho-Min Sohn (University of Hawaii) Linguistics of Politeness in 
 Intercultural Communication
 Prof. Ikuo Koike (Keio University) English Language Education in Japan 
 seen in Asian Context
 Prof. Yongjae Paul Choe (Dongguk) Native Culture Loaded Expressions 
 in Korean EFL Students' Composition.
 Prof. Michel Forman (University of Hawaii) not decided yet
 Dr. Lee Byong-Ho (Senior Supervisor, Curriculum Policy Division, Ministry 
 of Education) English Education Policy of Korea
 Prof. William O'Grady (University of Hawaii) The Psycholinguistic 
 Investigation of the Language Faculty

 Areas of interest include, but are not limited by, the following topics:
 * Language Acquisition (FLA/SLA) * Language Policy and Planning
 * Material Development * Language and Culture
 * Pedagogy (Language/Literature) * Language Education for K12
 * CALL * Psycholinguistics/Neurolinguistics
 * Language Testing * Sociolinguistics
 * English for Special Purpose * Text Analysis
 Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail. Use MS Word and send the
 abstract as an attachment file titled with your name. Do not use
 special formatting or fonts. Abstracts should be no more than one
 8-1/2 by 11 page in length. An additional page for data and
 references may be included. Abstracts should be in 11-point type or
 larger, single spaced, with 1-inch margins. Include the following
 information at the end in the abstract: paper title, area (SLA, CALL,
 etc.), name of author(s), affiliation(s), mailing address, e-mail
 address, and phone number(optional).

 Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1
 joint abstract per author. E-mail submissions should be sent to
 International Cooperation Director Larry Chong at 
 The DEADLINE for receipt of all submissions for PAAL `2001
 will be by MONDAY, May 12, 2001. 
 Notification of acceptance will be sent by the end of May, 2001.
 All the accepted papers will be published in PAAL '2001 Proceedings volume.
Extended versions of selected papers will be given priority to for the 
publication in the Journal of PAAL, Vol. 5.

 For more information about PAAL '2001 Conference pre-
 registration, conference schedule, lodging options, and 
 social events, please visit our website at: 

Larry D. Chong, Ph.D.

School of Foreign Languages & Tourism
Kyongju University
42-1, Hyohyundong, Kyoongju, R.O.Korea
Phone 82-54-770-5134
Fax 82-54-748-2812

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Message 2: North American Chapter of the Association for Comp Ling/ NAACL-2001

Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 15:59:14 EDT
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <>
Subject: North American Chapter of the Association for Comp Ling/ NAACL-2001


 Language Technologies 2001:

 Second Meeting of the North American Chapter 
 of the Association for Computational Linguistics

 June 2-7, 2001
 Carnegie Mellon University
 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA



EARLY REGISTRATION has been extended to May 7. On-line registration
will be up shortly. In the mean time, please use the hard-copy
registration form you received in the mail or print a hard copy of the
registration form from the web page.

REGISTER EARLY: Late and on-site registration fees are significantly
higher than early registration fees. (See below.)

 Early--by May 7
 Late--by May 25
 On-site--after May 25


 Regular Student Student 
 (Paper and CD (Paper and CD (CD proceedings 
 proceedings) proceedings) only)
Early $275 $120 $100
Late $325 $145 $125
On-site $375 $170 $150

2001 ACL MEMBERSHIP: Regular $80; Student $50.

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WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS: If you would like wireless internet access
throughout Carnegie Mellon's campus, please register your WaveLAN
device in advance on the conference web page.
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