LINGUIST List 12.208

Fri Jan 26 2001

Calls: Tibeto-Burman Workshop, Prosody in Processing

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  1. Barbara F Kelly, Tibeto-Burman workshop
  2. Jocelyn Cohan, Prosody in Processing

Message 1: Tibeto-Burman workshop

Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 10:53:40 -0800 (PST)
From: Barbara F Kelly <bfk0umail.ucsb.edu>
Subject: Tibeto-Burman workshop


SECOND CALL: revised abstract due date - February 15th 2001.

Workshop on Tibeto-Burman Languages and Linguistics

To be held Friday July 27 & Saturday July 28, 2001
During the Linguistic Society of America 2001 Summer Institute
At the University of California, Santa Barbara

General Session
We are seeking abstracts on all aspects of T-B linguistics 
Field reports and graduate work encouraged
Keynote Speaker: 
James A. Matisoff
University of California, Berkeley

Parasession on Grammar and Spoken Discourse
We are seeking abstracts on 
The use of grammar in connected speech
Keynote Speaker:
Michael Noonan
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Abstracts for both the General Session and the Parasession should be no
longer than one page with one-inch margins using at least an 11-point
font. Along with the abstract, please enclose a separate page specifying
the affiliation, address, and e-mail address of the author(s). Abstracts
may be submitted electronically (as an attached file 
in RTF, postscript, PDF or MS Word format). 

Abstracts are due February 15, 2001

For more information, you can access the LSA Institute Web Page at
 http://www.summer.ucsb.edu or contact:


Carol Genetti
Department of Linguistics
University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
(805) 893-3574
cgenettihumanitas.ucsb.edu

or

Ellen Bartee at ellenbumail.ucsb.edu
Kristine Hildebrandt at kahildeumail.ucsb.edu
Barbara Kelly at bfk0umail.ucsb.edu




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Message 2: Prosody in Processing

Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 11:05:17 +0100
From: Jocelyn Cohan <jocelyn.cohanlet.uu.nl>
Subject: Prosody in Processing

Call for Posters: Prosody in Processing
UiL-OTS, Universiteit Utrecht

The Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS at Utrecht University will host an 
international workshop entitled "Prosody in Processing" (PiP) on 5-6 July 
2001. The workshop will bring together researchers interested in issues 
relevant to the role of prosody in the human language faculty.

The workshop will include space for a limited number of posters. The 
organising committee is thus seeking poster abstracts that address topics 
within the workshop theme. These might include, for example, posters that 
treat: potential roles of prosody in language production, language 
understanding or language acquisition; the relationship of prosody to 
syntax or semantics; interaction between prosody and other components of 
language; or the role of prosody within the architecture of the language 
faculty.

Papers based on the posters presented at the workshop will be eligible for 
inclusion in the workshop proceedings. The workshop will also include 
papers given by invited speakers, in sessions entitled "Prosody and 
modularity," "Prosody and syntax," "Prosody and interpretation," and 
"Prosody and acquisition." The following invited speakers have confirmed 
their contributions: Anne Christophe (Lab de Sci Cognitives et 
Psycholinguistique); Anne Cutler (Max Planck Institute-Nijmegen); Janet 
Dean Fodor (CUNY); Lyn Frazier (UMass-Amherst); Carlos Gussenhoven 
(Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen); Marina Nespor (U di Ferrara); Ardi 
Roelofs (Max Planck Institute-Nijmegen); Lisa Selkirk (UMass-Amherst); 
Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT); Mark Steedman (U of Edinburgh); Hubert 
Truckenbrodt (MIT/Rutgers); Jocelyn Cohan (UiL-OTS); Herman Hendriks 
(UiL-OTS) and Frank Wijnen (UiL-OTS).

More information about the workshop is available at the website:
	http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl/conferences/pip/

Guidelines for submission:

Researchers wishing to present a poster are encouraged to provide anonymous 
one-page abstracts (font no smaller than 10 pt), with an extra page for 
examples or references as needed. The deadline for submissions is 1 
February 2001. Authors of accepted abstracts may be asked to submit 
shorter versions for inclusion in the programme guide.

Electronic submissions may be sent within the body of an e-mail message or 
as an e-mail attachment (Word, text or RTF format) to 
piplet.uu.nl. E-mail messages should also include the title of the 
proposed poster, the names of authors and their affiliations, and postal 
and e-mail address for the first author.

Authors wishing to submit a proposal via postal mail are asked to send four 
copies of the abstract, together with a cover page reporting the title of 
the proposed poster, the names of authors and their affiliations, and a 
postal address and e-mail or telephone number for the first author. Postal 
submissions may be sent to:

PiP Organising Committee
UIL-OTS
Trans 10
3512 JK Utrecht
The Netherlands

Important Dates:
Deadline for Poster Submissions: 1 February 2001
Notification of Poster Acceptance: 15 March 2001
Dates of Workshop: 5-6 July 2001 (Thurs-Fri)

Workshop Registration Fees:
Regular registration:	fl. 150 (euro 68)
Student registration	fl. 100 (euro 46)

Information about visiting Utrecht is available at the website:
	http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl/events/general.htm
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