LINGUIST List 13.1181

Mon Apr 29 2002

Calls: Comparative Romance Ling, Lang & Ling Articles

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  1. Martine Coene, Call: Comparative Romance Linguistics
  2. Karl Bernhardt, Journal of Language and Linguistics, April 2002: TOC

Message 1: Call: Comparative Romance Linguistics

Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 14:54:46 +0200
From: Martine Coene <>
Subject: Call: Comparative Romance Linguistics


International Conference on


To honor Liliane TASMOWSKI

Antwerp, 19, 20 & 21 september 2002

Invited speakers:



Richard KAYNE

Brenda LACA



During more than 25 years, Liliane Tasmowski has occupied a leading
position in the field of comparative Romance linguistics,
participating in a large number of scientific research projects at the
University of Antwerp-U.I.A. and abroad. Her scientific dynamism and
genuine passion for Romance languages and in particular for Romanian
has inspired many students and colleagues. Continuing Liliane's work
and projects at her home institution is probably one of the best ways
to honor and surprise her on the occasion of her pre-emeritus status.

Therefore, we invite you to send in abstracts on all aspects of the
syntax, semantics and pragmatics of Romance languages in a comparative

Conference languages are English and French.

Presentations will be 20 minutes long, plus 10 minutes for discussion.

Please submit:

- 3 one-page abstracts, spaced in 1,5 lines and in 10-pt Times font

- a separate page with the title of the abstract, the names and
affiliations of all authors and an E-mail address for correspondence

Deadline for submissions: May 1, 2002

Submission address: CRL, Dept.of Romance Languages, Universiteitsplein
1, B-2610 Antwerpen-Wilrijk, e-mail:,

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Message 2: Journal of Language and Linguistics, April 2002: TOC

Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 22:16:56 +0100
From: Karl Bernhardt <>
Subject: Journal of Language and Linguistics, April 2002: TOC

The April issue of the Journal of Language and Linguistics is now
available at Below is the table of contents.

Contributions are now sought for the July issue.


Karl Bernhardt
Editor, University of Buckingham UK (

Table of Contents


 To Teach Intensively or not? - That is the Question!
 by Damian Byrne, pp. 79 - 90

 Descriptive Linguistics at the Millennium: Corpus Data as
	Authentic Language
 by Robert de Beaugrande, pp. 91 - 131

 EFL for Intercultural Understanding: Question - Answer Adjacency
	Pairs in Emailing versus Face-to-Face Conversation Experimental
	Studies on Taiwanese Students
 by Chao - Chih Liao, pp. 132 - 168

 Take Two Language Learners : a Case Study of the Learning
	Strategies of Two Successful Learners of English as a Second Language
	with Instrumental Motivation by Pippa Macleod, pp. 169 - 195

 Language Teaching Research: In the Literature, but not always in
	the Classroom
 by Steve Schackne, pp. 196 - 209

 The Udmurt Language: Notes on its Status and Survival
 by Karl A. Bernhardt, pp. 210 - 215


 International English, Peter Trudgill and Jean Hannah, pp. 216 - 217
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