LINGUIST List 12.2749

Sat Nov 3 2001

Calls: Phrase Structure Grammar, Greek Syntax

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  1. Stephen M. Wechsler, HPSG-2002 1st CFP
  2. Spyridoula Varlokosta, Calls: Greek Syntax Workshop

Message 1: HPSG-2002 1st CFP

Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 17:38:13 -0800
From: Stephen M. Wechsler <wechslermail.utexas.edu>
Subject: HPSG-2002 1st CFP

 FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

 HPSG-2002
 9th International Conference on
 Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
 Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea
 8-9 August 2002

The 9th International Conference on HPSG will take place on 8-9 August
2001, on the campus of the Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea.
The conference will be co-hosted by the Linguistic Society of Korea
(LSK) and the Center for the Study of Language, Kyung Hee University,
as part of the LSK Summer Conference 2002.

(The Linguistic Society of Korea Conference will take place at the
same location on 5-7 August, 2002, immediately preceding HPSG-2002.
The final day of the LSK Conference, August 7, will feature workshops
of interest to practitioners of diverse theoretical frameworks. More
information on these workshops will be posted later.)

HPSG-2002 solicits abstracts for presentations that address
linguistic, foundational, or computational issues relating to the
framework of Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar.

INVITED SPEAKERS:

Robert Borsley (University of Essex)
Robert Levine (Ohio State University)
Ivan Sag (Stanford University)

SUBMISSION DETAILS:

We invite E-MAIL submissions of abstracts for presentations.
Your abstract must have two parts:

1) an information page in plain text format, containing
 - author name(s)
 - affiliation(s)
 - e-mail and postal address(es)
 - title of paper

2) An extended abstract with title, not more than 5 (five) pages long,
including all figures and references. Abstracts may be either in
plain ASCII, PostScript, or PDF format. A successful abstract clearly
describes the issues, presents an analysis (if appropriate) and
presents evidence for any proposals made, including samples of data.

If your mailer allows attachments, then please send part (1) in the
message body, and part (2) as an attachment.

Abstracts should contain the subject heading 'HPSG-02 abstract' and
should be sent to:

 	wechslermail.utexas.edu

All abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, so authors are asked to
avoid obvious self-references in their abstracts.

Presentations will last 30 minutes + 10 minutes discussion.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE:

 15 February 2001

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE:

 1 April 2001

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

Stephen Wechsler, chair

Olivier Bonami			Carl Pollard
Chan Chung			Frank Richter
Takao Gunji			Ivan Sag
Andreas Kathol			Peter Sells
Jong-Bok Kim			Melanie Siegel
Louise McNally			Eun-Jung Yoo
Tsuneko Nakazawa

LOCAL ORGANIZER:

Jong-Bok Kim
School of English, Kyung Hee University
jongbokkhu.ac.kr
Tel: 82-2-961-0892

Questions?
on abstract submittal: Stephen Wechsler, wechslermail.utexas.edu
on conference arrangements: Jong-Bok Kim, jongbokkhu.ac.kr
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Message 2: Calls: Greek Syntax Workshop

Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 15:06:09 -0000
From: Spyridoula Varlokosta <s.varlokostareading.ac.uk>
Subject: Calls: Greek Syntax Workshop

Workshop on Greek Syntax

GREEK SYNTAX & THE MINIMALIST SEDUCTION

University of Reading, 20-22 September 2002


FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

In the last ten years the Minimalist Program has increasingly become
more influential in syntactic research. The deepening of this theory
has been accompanied by a parallel extension of its empirical
basis. Also in the last ten years the field of Greek Syntax has been
expanding fast. There are increasingly more ambitious publications in
mainstream journals as well as other activities (annual and biannual
conferences, two journals, Glossologia and the newly launched Journal
of Greek Linguistics, etc.) revealing this dynamism. We are therefore
at the point where a workshop on Greek Syntax examined within the
framework of Minimalism is both possible and desirable. It is hoped
that the results will shed light on some thorny problems of Greek
Syntax and will provide a testing ground for the theory's claims and
predictions.


Guidelines for the submission of abstracts:

Abstracts are invited for thirty-minute talks (with an additional ten
minutes for discussion) in areas of Greek Syntax within a Minimalist
perspective. Abstracts should be no longer than two pages including
references and examples, with margins of at least 1-inch, letter size
12. Submissions are limited to either one individual or one joint
abstract per author. Please provide 2 copies of the abstract
containing title, author's name, affiliation, and email address. A
separate card should contain the title of the paper, author's name,
affiliation, address, telephone number, and email address. Electronic
submissions (as a Word document attachment) are encouraged. Selected
papers will be published in a special volume.

Please declare your interest in participating by 15 January 2002.

DEADLINE for receipt of abstracts: 30 April 2002


Abstracts should be sent to the following address:
Greek Syntax Workshop
Professor Irene Philippaki-Warburton
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
The University of Reading
Whiteknights, PO Box 218
Reading, RG6 6AA
United Kingdom

Electronic submissions: i.philippaki-warburtonreading.ac.uk

Organizing Committee:
Irene Philippaki-Warburton (i.philippaki-warburtonreading.ac.uk)
Spyridoula Varlokosta (s.varlokostareading.ac.uk)
Michalis Georgiafentis (m.georgiafentisreading.ac.uk)
Angela Hadjivassiliou (a.hadjivassiloureading.ac.uk)
George Kotzoglou (g.kotzogloureading.ac.uk)

More information to come in the next mailing:
-registration
-transport
-accommodation
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