LINGUIST List 12.1769

Mon Jul 9 2001

Calls: Hispanic Linguistics, Comparative Syntax

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  1. Dr Maria E Placencia, First UK Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
  2. Peter Oehl, Workshop on Comparative Syntax

Message 1: First UK Hispanic Linguistics Symposium

Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 17:50:39 +0100 (GMT Daylight Time)
From: Dr Maria E Placencia <>
Subject: First UK Hispanic Linguistics Symposium

First UK Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
Organized by University of Surrey and Birkbeck College, University of London

This is the second Call for Papers for the First UK Hispanic Linguistic 
Symposium to be held at the University of Surrey, UK, April 11-13, 2002. 

The Plenary Speakers are:
Diana Bravo, University of Stockholm 
Victoria Escandell Vidal, Universidad de Educacion a Distancia
Leo Hickey, University of Salford
Clare Mar-Molinero, University of Southampton

We are seeking abstracts for papers on pragmatics, 
conversation/discourse analysis and (interactional) 

The deadline for abstracts is October 1, 2001.

For further details please consult the Symposium Website:

Enquiries to:;

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Message 2: Workshop on Comparative Syntax

Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2001 13:03:41 +0200
From: Peter Oehl <oehlIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE>
Subject: Workshop on Comparative Syntax

 Workshop on Comparative Syntax

 Linguistik-Tage in Bratislava
 11. Jahrestagung der
 Gesellschaft f�r Sprache und Sprachen (GESUS) e.V
 (11th annual meeting of the
 Society for Language and Languages, Germany)

 4.2. - 6.2. 2002

There will be a workshop on comparative syntax included in the programme
of the 11th annual meeting of the German Society for Language and
Languages (Gesellschaft f�r Sprache und Sprachen e.V., GESUS) taking
place at the University of Bratislava in February 2002.

We strongly encourage submissions of papers on syntax in the
generative framework, though principally papers on comparative syntax in
any framework are welcome.

Abstracts in English or German of not more than 300 words should be
submitted before 16.November 2001.

Electronic submissions (*.txt, *.doc, *.rtf, *.htm, *.sdw,*.pdf, *.ps
in descending order of preference) to

Peter Oehl (workshop organiser)

are strongly encouraged.

Hard copy submissions please to
Peter Oehl
Institut fuer Linguistik/Germanistik
Universitaet Stuttgart
Keplerstr. 17
D-70174 Stuttgart

Further Workshops are offered on the following topics:
(except the workshop on comparative syntax, the conference language will
be German)

1. Redewiedergabe in Medien 
 Irmeli Helin, Dr.phil., Institut f. Linguistik, Helsinki 

2. Deutsche Sprachgeschichte 
 Georg Schuppener, Dr.Dr, Institut f. Germanistik, Leipzig 

3. Comparative Syntax 
 Peter Oehl, Institut f. Linguistik/ Germanistik, Stuttgart 

4. Grammatik im DaF-Unterricht 
 Univ.Doz. Dr. Jana Kor��kov�, PdF Hradec Kr�lov�, Tschechische

5. Sprachmittel und deren Kategorien und Relationen 
 Univ.Doz. Dr.Ruz^ena Kozmov�, Lehrstuhl f. deutsche Sprache u.
Literatur Bratislava, Slowakische Republik 

6. Phonetik und m�ndliche Kommunikation 
 Univ. Doz. Dr. L�via Adamcov�, Lehrstuhl f. deutsche Sprache und
Literatur Bratislava, Slowakische Republik 

7. Phraseologie 
 Univ. Doz. Dr. M�ria Vaj��kov�, Lehrstuhl f. deutsche Sprache und
Literatur Bratislava, Slowakische Republik 

8. Fachsprache Deutsch: Einsatz von Fachtexten im DaF- Unterricht 
 Prof. Dr. Vera H�ppnerov�, DrSc. Wirtschaftsuniversit�t Prag,
Tschechische Republik 

9. Slawistik 
 Dr. Vladimir V. Klimonov, Institut f. ang. Sprachwissenschaft Berlin,

10. Pragmatik und interkulturelle Kommunikation 
 Prof. Dr. Csaba F�ldes, Institut f. Germanistik Veszpr�m, Ungarn 

Submissions of abstracts please before 20. November 2001 to

Frau Dr. Ruz^ena Kozmov� 
Hviezdoslavova 13 
SK-915 01 Nov� Mesto nad V�hom 

(main organiser)

A submission Form and further information can be found on the following

Peter Oehl, University of Stuttgart/ Germany.
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