LINGUIST List 12.2453

Wed Oct 3 2001

Calls: Neuro & Cognitive Ling, Germanic Ling

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  2. Irmengard Rauch, Call for Papers

Message 1: conf

Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2001 20:06:19 +0300
From: solovyev <solovyevmi.ru>
Subject: conf



			NEUROCOGNITIVE BASES OF LANGUAGE
 Second call for papers 

On-line conference ´┐ŻNeurocognitive bases of language´┐Ż is going to be
held on December 10th to 20th 2001. The conference is organized by
Kazan State University and "Web Journal of Formal, Computational &
Cognitive Linguistics" (http://www.kcn.ru/tat_en/science/fccl/).
Papers on all aspects of neurolinguistics and cognitive linguistics,
modeling of development and language acquisition, neurophilosophy and
brain-imaging studies of language processes are welcome.

All the papers will be published on the Web site of the conference.
Discussions and comments to the papers presented are also welcome.
The proceedings of the conference will be available via Internet in
the Journal and on CD.
 
SUBMISSION & REVIEW PROCEDURES

Paper selection and review procedures are similar to those of a
regular conference. Abstracts and papers must be posted by e-mail to
<solovyevmi.ru>. The first 3 lines of the message should consist of

 Your name
 Your email address
 The title of the paper in one line

Attach a brief abstract up to 15 lines in plain ASCII code in English
and a paper. A paper must be presented in plain ASCII, PDF,
PostScript or MS Word RTF formats. Please, use standard font types,
preferably Times New Roman, 12 is the recommended size. Length of the
paper is not limited. The language of the conference is English.

Our time-frame is:

Deadline for papers: November 1, 2001

Final program announced: December, 1, 2001

The on-line conference will be carried out on the NEUROLING mailing
list that has been created for that purpose. To subscribe to this
list, send the following message to <majordomoksu.ru>:

SUBSCRIBE NEUROLING Your-email-address 

Once you have received confirmation of your subscription, you may send
messages to <neurolingksu.ru>. A record of all received messages will
be maintained on a specific Web page at the conference site. Everyone
subscribed to the list will receive these messages. If you wish to
leave the list, send the following message to <majordomoksu.ru>:

UNSUBSCRIBE NEUROLING Your-email-address

At the end of the conference participants will be automatically
removed from the NEUROLING list.
- --------------------------------------------------------------------
Valery Solovyev Editor of the "Web Journal of Formal, Computational &
Cognitive Linguistics" Kazan State University, Dep. Computer Science,
Kazan, 420008, Russia E-mail: solovyevmi.ru








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Message 2: Call for Papers

Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2001 09:49:09 -0800
From: Irmengard Rauch <irauchsocrates.Berkeley.EDU>
Subject: Call for Papers

Call for Papers: BERKELEY GERMANIC LINGUISTICS ROUNDTABLE

Friday-Saturday, April 5-6, 2002
The Faculty Club
University of California, Berkeley


Invited Speakers:

 Caroline Fery, University of Potsdam
 Wayne Harbert, Cornell University
 Theo Vennemann, University of Munich


Scholars (faculty and students) concentrating on Germanic Linguistics:
diverse approaches, synchrony and/or diachrony, historical and/or
contemporary language are invited to submit a one-page abstract (+
disk of abstract) of a twenty-minute paper by February 1, 2002 to the
conference organizer:

Irmengard Rauch
Department of German
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
irauchsocrates.berkeley.edu
Phone (510) 642-2003
phone/fax (707) 746-7480

Lodging:

Reservations can be made at:

The Faculty Club
(510) 642-1993/ (510) 540-5678
UC Berkeley
Berkeley CA 9472

or

The Durant Hotel
(510) 845-8981
2600 Durant Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94704

The Berkeley Germanic Linguistics Roundtable is supported by the
University of California Berkeley Center for German and European
Studies and the Max Kade Foundation, Inc.















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