LINGUIST List 12.570

Wed Feb 28 2001

FYI: Summer/ Forensic Ling, Journal/ Glossologia

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  1. Janet Cotterill, Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Cambridge U, UK
  2. Janet Cotterill, Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Address
  3. George Markopoulos, Journal: Glossologia, vol. 11-12

Message 1: Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Cambridge U, UK

Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2001 12:23:55 -0800 (PST)
From: Janet Cotterill <jcotterillyahoo.com>
Subject: Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Cambridge U, UK

Summer School in Forensic Linguistic Analysis

September 14th-18th 2001

Following the success of the 2000 Summer School
in Forensic Linguistic Analysis held at Cambridge
University, UK, we are pleased to announce
details of the Summer School 2001,to be hosted
this year by the University of Birmingham, UK.

If you or any of your colleagues or students are
interested in attending the summer school, please
contact me to register your interest and to
obtain further details and an application form,
as indicated below.

best wishes

Janet Cotterill

SUMMER SCHOOL IN FORENSIC LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS
2001
14th - 18th September 2001

Tutors: 

Professor Malcolm Coulthard 
(University of Birmingham)
Dr Janet Cotterill
(Cardiff University)
Mr Tom Davis 
(University of Birmingham)
Dr Peter French
(J P French Associates Ltd) 
Mrs Sonia Russell 
(Freelance Legal Interpreter) 

Course Outline:

Days 1 and 2: Forensic Linguistics and Courtroom
Interaction (Professor Malcolm Coulthard and Dr
Janet Cotterill)

Day 3: Forensic Linguistics and Courtroom
Interaction (Professor Malcolm Coulthard and Dr
Janet Cotterill)

Days 4 and 5: Other Specialisations 
(see below for details) 

On days 4 and 5, the following three specialist
areas will be offered: 

Introduction to Forensic Handwriting Analysis 
(Mr Tom Davis) 
Introduction to Interpreting in a Forensic
Context (Mrs Sonia Russell) 
Introduction to Forensic Phonetics (Dr Peter
French) 

Enrolment Packages (Please note - places on all
packages are limited and will be allocated on a
first come, first served basis):

Package 1: Five-day Introduction to Forensic
Linguistics with Specialisations (Days 1-5)
Dates: September 14th-18th 
Tuition Fee: �245 

Package 2: Four-day Introduction to Forensic
Linguistics with Specialisations (Days 1-3 + 4
OR 5) 
Dates: September 14-18th
Tuition Fee: �200 

Package 3: Three-day Introduction to Forensic
Linguistics (Days 1-3 OR 3-5) 
Dates: September 14th-18th 
Tuition Fee: �155 

Package 4:Two-day Specialisations (Selected from
Days 3, 4 and 5) 
Dates: September 16th-18th 
Tuition Fee: �110 

Individual Days: It is also possible to attend
individual days of the course at a cost of �60
per day. Please indicate which day of the
programme you are interested in.

Accommodation: All of the enrolment packages are
available on a residential or non-residential
basis. Single room University accommodation is
available at a cost of �35 per night (including
bed, breakfast and lunch), with hotel
accommodation also available on request.

Applications: Applicants for the Summer School
should initially register their interest by
sending an email or fax to the following address,
stating which package they are interested in, and
(where appropriate) which of the specialisations
they wish to study. 

Attn: Dr Janet Cotterill 
Fax: +44 (0)2920 874242 
Email: jcotterillcardiff.ac.uk

General enquiries about any aspect of the course
may also be directed to this address. 

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Message 2: Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Address

Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:23:55 -0800 (PST)
From: Janet Cotterill <jcotterillyahoo.com>
Subject: Summer School in Forensic Linguistics/ Address

Dear All

It has just been pointed out to me that the email
address given at the bottom of the publicity
information is currently unobtainable. If you
are interested in the summer school, please
contact me on one of the following two addresses
or on the fax number provided:

cotterilljcardiff.ac.uk

jcotterillyahoo.com

Many apologies

Janet Cotterill
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Message 3: Journal: Glossologia, vol. 11-12

Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 16:05:14 +0200
From: George Markopoulos <gmarkopilsp.gr>
Subject: Journal: Glossologia, vol. 11-12

GLOSSOLOGIA
A Greek Annual for General and Historical Linguistics

Edited by the Department of Linguistics - University of
Athens

The Department of Linguistics of the University of Athens is
pleased to inform the linguists in Greece and abroad that
Glossologia 11-12, its Journal for Theoretical and
Historical Linguistics, has just appeared.

This volume is actually a transition from a former into a
new stage of Glossologia's life, which we expect to be one
of essential renewal. Obeying to the higher requirements and
the editing needs of a modern linguistic journal, we have
proceeded to changes concerning its whole organisation:
status, editing and circulation. A new editorial board and a
new publisher will collaborate to ensure its annual
publication with a new appearance.

Glossologia, the first and only linguistic journal
published in Greece, will from now on appear annually
hosting articles, review articles and book reviews in any
research domain (phonetics-phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics, pragmatics etc.). The emphasis, as before, will
be put on the synchrony and diachrony of the Greek language,
but cross-linguistic or theoretical studies are also
welcome.

>From the 13th vol. on a list of the new linguistic
publications in Greece as well as a catalogue of the
doctoral dissertations on Greek linguistics (submitted or
under submission to Greek Universities) will normally be
included.

EDITORIAL BOARD
President of the Editorial Board:
G. Babiniotis

Members of the Editorial Board:
D. Theophanopoulou - Kontou, C. Charalambakis, P. Kontos, A.
Moser, D. Chila - Markopoulou

Editorial address:
Article manuscripts should be sent to Prof. G. Babiniotis;
Review articles and book reviews to Prof. D.
Theophanopoulou-Kontou

Department of Linguistics
School of Philosophy
Univ. Campus at Zografou
157 71 Zografou-Athens
GREECE

EDITING ASSISTANCE
�. Kalitzopoulou - Papageorgiou (in collaboration with G.
Markopoulos, O. Sinopoulou, N. Lavidas)

Department of Linguistics
School of Philosophy
Univ. Campus at Zografou
157 71 Zografou - Athens
GREECE

Tel: (01) 72 77 671, 72 77 853
Fax: (01) 72 48 979, 72 77 029
E-mail: glossathphil.uoa.gr

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS

Papers intended for publication (in Greek, English, French
or German) should be written in Word for Windows or Word for
Macintosh (Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 12 pt, Line
spacing: 1.5) on A4 paper with 2,5cm margins. For emphasis,
authors are requested to use italics or SMALL CAPITALS
rather than bold characters. Scripts other than Greek and
Roman should appear in transliteration.

They should be submitted in two printed copies, accompanied
by a computer disk labelled for PC or Macintosh

They should not exceed 25 pages, including footnotes and
references

They should contain the following items in the same order:
-Title of paper (in bold capitals on the left-hand side)
-Name of author (in capitals on the left-hand side)
-Abstract in English of no more than 150 words (in the case
of articles only)
-Main text (including footnotes)
-Author's name, address for correspondence and institutional
affiliation (if any) in italics
-Appendices (if any)
-Bibliographical references

All submissions are reviewed before publication
First proofs are sent to the authors for corrections
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