LINGUIST List 12.1746

Thu Jul 5 2001

Calls: ConSole X, Ling Association of Korea Journal

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  1. Craenenbroeck, J. van, ConSole X
  2. kcg, Linguistic Association of Korea Journal

Message 1: ConSole X

Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2001 16:18:37 +0200
From: Craenenbroeck, J. van <>
Subject: ConSole X

ConSole X : Second Call for Papers

The tenth meeting of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe
(ConSole) will be held at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, from 7
until 9 December 2001.

The invited speakers at this year's conference will be:
		-	Jonathan David Bobaljik (McGill University)
		-	John McCarthy (University of Massachusetts)
		-	Henriette de Swart (University of Utrecht)

SOLE aims at providing students of generative linguistics with a possibility
of gaining international experience and a publication forum of their own.
Furthermore, SOLE strives to enhance contacts and cooperation between
students of generative linguistics in Europe and around the world.

Papers are solicited from students in ALL fields of generative linguistics,
including but not limited to phonology, morphology, semantics, pragmatics,
phonetics, sign language, language acquisition and syntax. We will aim for a
balanced program

Abstracts should not exceed two pages, including data, references and
diagrams. Abstracts should be typed in at least 11-point font, with one-inch
margins (letter-size; 8"1/2 by 11" or A4). Abstracts must be anonymous.
Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author. 
We strongly encourage electronic submissions. Send name, affiliation,
e-mail, mailing address, and title of the paper in the body of the message.
The anonymous abstract should be sent as an attachment in one of the
following formats: pdf, rtf, postscript, Microsoft Word (2000 or earlier),
or plain text. For any unusual fonts, please attach the font file (Macintosh
Postal submissions must include 5 copies of an anonymous abstract and 
an index card (3'' by 5'') including the author, title, and contact
information as above. Submissions by fax will not be accepted.

		August 1, 2001

		September, 2001


		ConSole X - abstracts
		Vakgroep ATW 
		P.O. Box 9515 
		2300 RA Leiden
		The Netherlands

Electronic submissions will receive an email confirmation by August 15. If
you do not receive confirmation by this date, please contact the organisers.

Questions regarding submissions and the conference in general can be
addressed to the local organisers at the following e-mail address or fax

		Fax: 	+31-71 527 2125 or +31-71 527 2615

Information regarding the conference will soon be available on the following

Local organisers: 				
Jeroen van Craenenbroeck	

Ineke van der Meulen 	

Marina Tzakosta 

Marjo van Koppen

Erik Jan van der Torre

Malte Zimmermann
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Message 2: Linguistic Association of Korea Journal

Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 06:09:10 +0900
From: kcg <>
Subject: Linguistic Association of Korea Journal

Call for Papers to the Linguistic Association of Korea Journal

The editors of the Association of Linguistics Journal will produce
Volume 9, No. 2 of the Journal as of September, 2001. We welcome
submission of papers on all areas of theoretical linguistics and
applied linguistics including language education. The language of
publication is either English or Korean.
Paper Submission:
Please email a file of your paper to Gyonggu Shin at The paper should be sent either in Microsoft Word
file or Hangul Word file.
Deadline for submission: July 30, 2001
Acceptance Notification: August 30, 2001
Date of publication: September 30, 2001
Visit the LAK homepage for more

Download the instructions to authors (MS Word version) from,, or
Chun Gab Kim
016-764-2702 (m.p.)
063-635-9998 (h)
Dept. of English Language & Literature
Seonam University
720 Gwangchi-dong
Namwon 590-711
Cheonbuk, South Korea
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