LINGUIST List 12.2580

Tue Oct 16 2001

Calls: Second Lang Acquisition, History of Lang

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  1. Jessica Williams, Form-Meaning Connections in L2 Acquisition - Rescheduled
  2. Peter Schmitter, Call for Papers

Message 1: Form-Meaning Connections in L2 Acquisition - Rescheduled

Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 09:06:11 -0700
From: Jessica Williams <jessicawuic.edu>
Subject: Form-Meaning Connections in L2 Acquisition - Rescheduled


The University of Illinois at Chicago
presents
Form-Meaning Connections in
Second Language Acquisition
Rescheduled

Invited speakers
Catherine Doughty, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Nick Ellis, University of Bangor, Wales
Susan Gass, Michigan State University
Jan Hulstijn, The University of Amsterdam
Elaine Klein, City University of New York
Bill VanPatten, University of Illinois at Chicago

Because of the events of Sept. 11, the Form-Meaning Connections in 
SLA conference was postponed. This postponement has meant that some 
original participants will not be able to attend. This will open a 
limited number of spots in the conference program for February 21-24, 
2002. We are thus sending out a second-round call for papers. 
Abstracts are due Nov. 12. Please consult our website for submission 
guidelines.

http://www.uic.edu/depts/sfip/formmeaning/








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Message 2: Call for Papers

Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 17:26:07 +0900
From: Peter Schmitter <schmitpemaincc.hufs.ac.kr>
Subject: Call for Papers


The 14th (annual) International Colloquium of the "Studienkreis
'Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft' (SGdS)", the German Association
for the History of Linguistics, will be held at the University of Umea
(Sweden) from July 19 to 20, 2002. Papers may deal with any subject of
historiography and metahistoriography of linguistics, but those
focusing on the history of the theory of word formation are
particulary welcome. Conference languages are English, French, and
German. Applications and abstracts are to be submitted before March
1, 2002 to Professor Kjell-Ake Forsgren, University of Umea
(kjell-ake.forsgrentyska.umu.se). Further informations on the
conference are available under the following web address:
http://home.t-online.de/home/dutz.nodus/03-rb.htm

Prof. Dr. Peter Schmitter
University of Muenster (Germany) and
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul, Korea)
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