LINGUIST List 12.830

Sun Mar 25 2001

Calls: Lang Planning/Lexicology, Pacific L2 Research

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  1. Christer Kiselman, Language Planning and Lexicology
  2. National Foreign Language Resource Center, Pacific Second Language Research Forum (PacSLRF 2001)

Message 1: Language Planning and Lexicology

Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 23:27:52 +0100 (CET)
From: Christer Kiselman <kiselmanmath.uu.se>
Subject: Language Planning and Lexicology

	
	
 *** INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LANGUAGE PLANNING AND LEXICOLOGY ***

 ****** ISLPL 2001 ******


Under the auspices and sponsorship of the Croatian Academy of Sciences
and Arts, the Academy of Esperanto will organize an international
symposium on language planning and lexicology, to be held in Zagreb,
Croatia, July 28--30, 2001.

The opening ceremony of the Symposium will take place during the
afternoon of Saturday, July 28, and the symposium will end the
afternoon of Monday, July 30, 2001.


*** Venue

The Illyrian Hall of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts,
Opati^cka 18, HR-10 000 Zagreb, Croatia.


*** Contributions

The following contributions to the Symposium have been accepted.

Ayafor, Isaiah Munang (Freiburg im Breisgau, DE)
 Language Planning, Flexibility in Lexical Usage and the Status of
 English in Cameroon.

Balbin, Julius (New York, NY, US)
 Language Planning and Planned International Languages.

Benczik, Vilmos (Budapest, HU)
 Komunikteoriaj konsideroj pri Esperanto kaj ^gia leksiko.

Blanke, Detlev (Berlin, DE)
 Pri la leksikografio de kelkaj planlingvoj. Tipologia kaj
 bibliografia skizo.

Fiedler, Sabine (Gordemitz, DE)
 Frazeologia^joj en Esperanto: klasifiko kaj uzo.

Fu Kin-hung (Hong Kong, CN)
 Lexical differences in Chinese across the Taiwan Strait.

Goodall, Grant (El Paso, TX, US)
 Pri la transitiveco de verboj en Esperanto.

Haszpra Otto (Budapest, HU)
 Kritika trarigardo de la provoj modernigi la Fundamentan
 alfabeton de la komencoj ^gis 2001.

Hoffman, Heinz (Radebeul, DE)
 Komenco de nocisistemigo ^ce fervojo.

Kiselman, Christer (Uppsala, SE)
 Kreado de matematikaj terminoj.

Koutny Ilona (Poznan, PL)
 De nociklasifiko ^gis temvortaroj. Esperanta vortprovizo en temgrupoj.

Krouglov, Alexander (London, UK)
 Ukrainian: Undoing Previous Corpus and Status Planning.

Kurtboke, Petek (Milano, IT; Melbourne, AU)
 Schizoglossia, Turkish Language Reform, and Dictionaries.

Mattos, Geraldo (Curitiba, PR, BR)
 Analizo kaj Kritiko de Vortaraj Difinoj.

Salomonne Csiszar Palma (Budapest, HU)
 La funkcio de latinidaj prefiksoj en Esperanto kaj en la itala
 lingvo.

Wen Jingen (Beijing, CN)
 Esperanto-vortaro: internacieco kaj facileco.

Zelazny, Walter (Metz, FR; Rzesz�w-Tyczyn, PL)
 La lingvoplanado favore al la Internacia Lingvo bezonas novan
 leksikon de la sociaj kaj politikaj sciencoj.


*** Participation

Persons wishing to attend the symposium are kindly requested to inform
Professor Christer Kiselman, <kiselmanmath.uu.se>, before the end of
May, 2001. (Paper address: P. O. Box 480, SE-751 06 Uppsala, Sweden.)


*** Committees

Honorary Board of the Croatian Organizing Committee of the
Academy of Sciences and Arts: Academy of Esperanto:

Ivo Padovan, President Geraldo Mattos, President
Andrija Ka^stelan, Secretary General Christer Kiselman, Vice President
Dalibor Brozovi'c, Head of the Renato Corsetti, Secretary General
 Lexicographic Institute Spomenka ^Stimec, Member of the
 Academy of Esperanto

*** For updated information see the web page

 http://www.math.uu.se/~kiselman/islplen.html
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Message 2: Pacific Second Language Research Forum (PacSLRF 2001)

Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 15:45:07 -1000 (HST)
From: National Foreign Language Resource Center <pacslrfhawaii.edu>
Subject: Pacific Second Language Research Forum (PacSLRF 2001)


 PACIFIC SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM (PacSLRF) 2001

		 OCTOBER 4-7, 2001
		at the Imin Conference Center
		University of Hawai'i at Manoa
		 Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA

	 WEBSITE: http://www.LLL.hawaii.edu/pacslrf/
		 EMAIL: pacslrfhawaii.edu

This conference will focus on the acquisition of second languages in
instructed and naturalistic settings, particularly in East Asian,
Southeast Asian, and Pacific languages. Paper, poster, and colloquium
proposal submissions are welcome (see end of message for CALL FOR
PAPERS announcement - DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2001)!

PLENARY SESSIONS:
* "The state of emergentism in SLA" (KEVIN GREGG, 
 St. Andrews University, Osaka, Japan)
* "Operations and representations in second language 
 acquisition" (WILLIAM O'GRADY, University of Hawai'i
 at Manoa, Hawai'i, USA)
* "Issues in second dialect acquisition" (JEFF SIEGEL, 
 University of New England, New South Wales, Australia)
* "Children acquire traits of those who feed them" 
 (NOEAU WARNER, University of Hawai'i at Manoa,
 Hawai'i, USA)
* "Mind, language, and epistemology: Toward a language
 socialization paradigm for SLA" (KAREN WATSON-GEGEO,
 University of California at Davis, California, USA)
* "Morphological variability in SLA: A hardy perennial" 
 (LYDIA WHITE, McGill University, Montreal, Canada)

INVITED COLLOQUIA:
* "Japanese as a second language from different perspectives"
 (Convener: KAZUE KANNO, UH Manoa)
* "Current research in second dialect acquisition" (Convener:
 JEFF SIEGEL, University of New England)
* "Issues in Instructed SLA" (Convener: CATHERINE DOUGHTY, UH
 Manoa)

For more information about PacSLRF 2001 conference pre-
registration, conference schedule, lodging options, and 
social events, please visit our website at:

	http://www.LLL.hawaii.edu/pacslrf/
	 	
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 

	 *PacSLRF 2001 CALL FOR PAPERS *

Proposals for papers, posters, and colloquia regarding any 
aspect of research in second language acquisition, 
particularly in Asian and Pacific languages, are invited:

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS will be allotted 40 minutes (30 minutes 
	plus 10 minutes for discussion). 
POSTERS will be displayed for one day during the conference; 
	posters are intended as a format for reports of work
	in progress. 
COLLOQUIA will be allotted 2 hours and 10 minutes. 
	Distribution of this time will be left to the 
	discretion of the colloquium organizers,
	who are encouraged to include ample time for 
	audience response and discussion.

Proposals can be submitted as follows. Choose one submission
format only.

Either fill out and submit a proposal on the World Wide Web at
the PacSLRF 2001 Website (http://www.LLL.hawaii.edu/pacslrf)
OR submit the information listed below either via email
(pacslrfhawaii.edu) or on floppy disk. If sent on a floppy 
disk or as an email attachment, make sure that the proposal
is in MICROSOFT WORD, WORD PERFECT, or plain text format.
(Or you may also send a hard copy proposal via regular mail.
Be sure to include 3 copies if you choose this option)

For INDIVIDUAL PAPERS/POSTERS, include in the following order: 
	1. presentation category (paper or poster) 
	2. title of the presentation (maximum ten words) 
	3. language of presentation 
	4. presenter contact info: last name, first name, 
	 department, affiliation, mailing address, phone,
	 and e-mail address
	5. co-presenter(s) contact info: last name, first 
	 name, department, affiliation, mailing address, 
	 phone, and e-mail address 
	6. 50-word (maximum) single-spaced English language 
	 summary of the paper or poster 
	7. 300-word (maximum) single-spaced English language
	 abstract of the paper or poster 

For COLLOQUIA, include in the following order: 
	1. presentation category (colloquium) 
	2. title of colloquium (maximum ten words) 
	3. language of presentation 
	4. colloquium organizer contact info: last name,
	 first name, department, affiliation, mailing 
	 address, phone, and e-mail address 
	5. 50-word (maximum) single-spaced colloquium 
	 summary (in English) 
	6. 300-word (maximum) single-spaced abstract 
	 (in English), explaining theme and structure of 
	 the colloquium 
	7. For each individual colloquium presentation, send:
		a) title of the presentation 
		b) language of presentation 
		c) presenter contact info: last name, first
		 name, department, affiliation, mailing 
		 address, phone, and e-mail address 
		d) 50-word (maximum) single-spaced 
		 presentation summary (in English) 
		e) 300-word (maximum) single-spaced 
		 presentation abstract (in English) 

SNAIL MAIL/DISK SUBMISSIONS: 
	Pacific Second Language Research Forum 2001
	c/o National Foreign Language Resource Center
	University of Hawai'i at Manoa
	1859 East-West Road #106 
	Honolulu, Hawai'i 96822 USA 

EMAIL SUBMISSIONS: pacslrfhawaii.edu 

ONLINE WEB SUBMISSIONS: http://www.LLL.hawaii.edu/pacslrf

The DEADLINE for receipt of all submissions for PacSLRF 2001
has been extended to MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2001. Notification of
acceptance will be sent by the end of May, 2001.

Thank you for your interest,

Jim Yoshioka
Conference Chair, PacSLRF 2001
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