LINGUIST List 12.996

Tue Apr 10 2001

Calls: Japan/Interpretation Studies, JAIS journal

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Message 1: Japan Association for Interpretation Studies (JAIS)

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 03:20:53 +0900
From: SOMEYA, Yasumasa <someyakamakuranet.ne.jp>
Subject: Japan Association for Interpretation Studies (JAIS)


 The 2nd Annual Conference of JAIS 
 and 
 Call for Proposals 

The 2nd Annual Conference of the Japan Association for Interpretation 
Studies (JAIS) will be held on Sunday, September 23, 2001, on Itabashi
Campus of Daito-Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan. Proposals for oral 
presentation are now accepted via email as follows: 

[Deadline for submission] June 30, 2001 
[Length of proposal (ABSTRACT)] Approximately 100-200 words (or about 
 400-600 Kana-Kanji characters if written in Japanese), clearly 
 stating the nature of the problem that you are addressing. 
[Author's information] Attach a separate information page/sheet to your
 proposal, indicating (a) title of your presentation, (b) your full 
 name, (c) affiliation, (d) email address, and (e) telephone number.
[Presentation time] 45 minutes, plus 15 minutes for discussion. 
[Notification of acceptance] Official notification of acceptance of 
 proposals will be sent to successful applicants via email by the 
 end of July 2001. 

Please also note the following: 
* Presenters must be the members of, or have applied to the membership
 with, JAIS as of the date of proposal submission. 
* The Conference is conducted in Japanese, but presentation in English
 is also accepted.
* If you wish to use other languages, please contact the Program 
 Committee before submitting your proposal. 
* If you wish to use special presentation equipment including OHP and 
 RGB Projector, state it clearly in your proposal. 
* Online Submission Form is available at the following URL:
 http://web10.freecom.ne.jp/~logos/JAIS2001-online-submission.html

For inquires, contact: 
Mizuno Akira 
Secretary-General, JAIS 
Fax: +81 3-3811-9836 
Email: a-mizunofa2.so-net.ne.jp 
Website: http://ux01.so-net.ne.jp/~a-mizuno/index.html
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Message 2: Interpretation Studies/JAIS journal

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 02:50:14 +0900
From: SOMEYA, Yasumasa <someyakamakuranet.ne.jp>
Subject: Interpretation Studies/JAIS journal


<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< C A L L F O R P A P E R S >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The next issue of Interpretation Studies, the official journal
of the Japan Association for Interpretation Studies (JAIS), is
scheduled to be published in December 2001. We welcome your 
submission of papers on any topics relating to theoretical, 
practical, or pedagogic aspects of interpreting. 

Papers should be either in English or Japanese, should not 
exceed 20 pages, or approx. 7,000 words (or 38 CPL x 700 lines,
if written in Japanese), including abstract and bibliography. 
Each paper will be reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers,
and the result will be notified to respective authors via email
in September. 

Deadline for submission: August 1, 2001

For inquiries, send email to: Yasumasa Someya, Editor-in-chief,
JAIS Editorial Committee, at:
someyakamakuranet.ne.jp

Also visit JAIS Editorial Committee Homepage for more details:
http://web10.freecom.ne.jp/~logos/index.html

Yasumasa Someya <someyakamakuranet.ne.jp>
for 
The Japan Association for Interpretation Studies
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