LINGUIST List 13.1420

Tue May 21 2002

Calls: Lang Acquisition, Theoretical Ling

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  1. Going Romance 2002, CFP - First & Second Language Acquisition
  2. hdls, HDLS V, 2002 First Call for Papers

Message 1: CFP - First & Second Language Acquisition

Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 08:00:44 -0400
From: Going Romance 2002 <>
Subject: CFP - First & Second Language Acquisition

 Sixteenth Symposium on Romance Linguistics
 University of Groningen



 Invited Speaker

Papers on all aspects of first or second language acquisition in
Romance are wellcome. The presentations will take thirty minutes, with
an additional ten minutes discussion. Abstracts should be anonymous
and no longer than two pages, including references and examples, with
margins of at least 1-inch, letter size 12. Submissions are limited to
a maximum of one individual and one joint abstract per author. The
abstracts should be sent by e-mail as a Word or RTF file. Join
separetely a file containing: title, author's name and address,
affiliation and e-mail address. All authors who present their work at
the conference will be invited to submit their paper for the
Proceedings Volume, to be published by John Benjamins. Notice that
there will be a separate afternoon session dedicated to phonology.

Deadline for receipt of abstracts:
September 14, 2002

Abstracts should be sent to:

Surface address:
Going Romance, RTC - Letteren
Oude Kijk int Jatstraat 26
Groningen University
P.O. Box 716
NL 9700 AS Groningen
The Netherlands 
Phone: 31(0)53635850
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Message 2: HDLS V, 2002 First Call for Papers

Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 15:59:19 -0600
From: hdls <>
Subject: HDLS V, 2002 First Call for Papers

The fifth annual High Desert Linguistics Conference will be held at the
 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, November 1 - 2, 2002.

 We invite you to submit proposals for 20-minute talks with 10 minute
 discussion sessions in any area of linguistics from any theoretical
 perspective. Papers in the following areas are especially welcome:

Evolution of language, Language change & variation, Grammaticization,
Applied linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Researching Metaphor &
Metonymy, Signed languages, Native American languages, and
Computational linguistics.

The Call for Papers can be found at

In addition, the guidelines for abstracts can be found at

The deadline for submitting abstracts is August 2nd, 2002 and the
acceptance & notification date will be August 19th, 2002

If you have any questions or need for further information please
contact either Christopher Shank ( or Gabe Waters at
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