LINGUIST List 12.2876

Thu Nov 15 2001

Calls: Hispanic Linguistics, Spanish Phonology

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  1. Maite Taboada, CFP: Canadian Association of Hispanists
  2. U of Minnesota Hispanic Linguistics, Call: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology

Message 1: CFP: Canadian Association of Hispanists

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 10:33:13 -0800
From: Maite Taboada <mtaboadasfu.ca>
Subject: CFP: Canadian Association of Hispanists

(Texto sin acentos)

Congreso anual de la Asociacion Canadiense de Hispanistas
Universidad de Toronto, 25 al 28 de mayo de 2002

La Asociacion Canadiense de Hispanistas anuncia la sesion de
linguistica hispanica en su congreso anual. Se hace un llamado a
remitir ponencias en todas las areas de linguistica teorica o
aplicada. Las ponencias son de 20 minutos y 10 minutos para
preguntas, y se pueden presentar en espan~ol, frances o ingles.
Las propuestas no deben exceder 300 palabras y han de ser enviadas
unicamente por correo electronico. La fecha limite para la entega
de propuestas es el 18 de diciembre de 2001. Por favor indicar si
se desea ser tenido en cuenta para la sesion especial en
adquisicion de lengua. Remitir las propuestas a
cj.ramirezutoronto.ca
Sitio web de la Asociacion: http://www.ryerson.ca/spanish/ach/

Organizadores:
Yvonne Lam, University of Toronto
Maite Taboada, Simon Fraser University
Carlos Ramirez, University of Toronto

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Annual conference of the Canadian Association of Hispanists
University of Toronto, May 25 to 28, 2002

The Canadian Association of Hispanists is pleased to announce a
session on Hispanic linguistics during its next annual conference.
We invite papers from all areas of theoretical and applied
linguistics. Each paper is to last 20 minutes, with 10 minutes
for questions, and the paper can be given in Spanish, French or
English. The abstract should not exceed 300 words and may only be
submitted by email. The deadline for submitting abstracts is
December 18, 2001. Please indicate if you wish to be considered
for the special session on language acquisition. Submit abstracts
to: cj.ramirezutoronto.ca
Association Web site: http://www.ryerson.ca/spanish/ach/

Organizers:
Yvonne Lam, University of Toronto
Maite Taboada, Simon Fraser University
Carlos Ramirez, University of Toronto

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Congres annuel de l'Association Canadienne des Hispanistes
Universite de Toronto, 25 au 28 mai 2002

L'Association Canadienne des Hispanistes annonce une session sur
la linguistique hispanique lors de son prochain congres annuel.
On invite des travaux sur tous les themes de la linguistique
theorique ou appliquee. Chaque travail doit durer 20 minutes et
sera suivi de 10 minutes de questions. On peut presenter en
espagnol, en francais ou en anglais. Le resume ne devrait pas
exceder 300 mots et il faut l'envoyer par courriel seulement. Les
resumes doivent etre recus au plus tard le 18 decembre, 2001.
Veuillez indiquer si vous voulez faire partie d'une session
speciale sur l'acquisition du langage. Envoyer le resume a
l'adresse suivante: cj.ramirezutoronto.ca
Le site Web de l'Association se trouve a
http://www.ryerson.ca/spanish/ach/

Organisateurs:
Yvonne Lam, University of Toronto
Maite Taboada, Simon Fraser University
Carlos Ramirez, University of Toronto


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Message 2: Call: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 13:02:02 -0600
From: U of Minnesota Hispanic Linguistics <hisplingtc.umn.edu>
Subject: Call: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology

First call for papers

Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology

September 6-7, 2002
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Conference Organizer: Timothy L. Face

Invited Speakers:
David Eddington, University of New Mexico
Jos� Ignacio Hualde, University of Illinois
Pilar Prieto, Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (followed by
10 minutes of discussion) addressing any topic in
Spanish phonology from an experimental perspective.
The phrase "laboratory approaches" is intended in its
broadest possible sense and includes any experimental
work that offers insight into the sound structure of Spanish.
This may include, but is not limited to, data from phonetic,
perception, language acquisition, psycholinguistic, and
speech disorder studies.

Guidelines for abstracts are as follows:
1. Authors may submit only one abstract for the conference.
2. Abstracts (and talks) must be in English so that they are
accessible to linguists who do not speak Spanish.
3. Submit a one-page, clearly titled abstract with at least
one-inch margins and 12 point font size. A second page
may be used for examples and references.
4. Send the abstract by e-mail attachment as a PDF file
(preferably) or as ASCII text in the body of the e-mail
message. Please include name(s) and affiliation(s) on the
abstract (they will be removed electronically for abstract
review), as accepted abstracts will be copied directly to the
conference program. If sending ASCII text, use the SAMPA
system for phonetic symbols:
http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/spanish.htm
5. In the body of the e-mail include the following information:
title of paper, name, academic affiliation, current/summer
address, current/summer phone and fax, and e-mail address
to be used for notification and correspondence between
May 1, 2002 and the conference. If sending the abstract as
ASCII text in the body of the e-mail message, include this
information at the bottom of the message.

E-mail for abstract submission and correspondence:
hisplingtc.umn.edu

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: April 1, 2002
Notification of Acceptance: May 1, 2002
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