LINGUIST List 13.1738

Wed Jun 19 2002

Calls: 3rd Lang Acquisition, Pragmatics

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  1. Cenoz Iragui Jasone, L3 conference
  2. Tom Van Hout, Pragmatics Bibliography: INCLUDE YOUR PUBLICATIONS

Message 1: L3 conference

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 21:30:49 +0200 (MEST)
From: Cenoz Iragui Jasone <fipceirjvc.ehu.es>
Subject: L3 conference




THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THIRD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND
TRILINGUALISM

4-6 September 2003

Venue: Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland


CALL FOR PAPERS

Organizers welcome papers on psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and
educational aspects of third language acquisition and trilingualism.
Please send your abstract (up to 300 words) and one separate page
stating:

1. the title
2. audiovisual/computer requirements
3. for each author: full name and affiliation, address, e-mail address
	and fax number


THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS DECEMBER 31ST, 2002

PLEASE SEND YOUR ABSTRACT TO:

Dr. Muiris O Laoire
Institute of Technology
(north Campus)
Tralee, Co Kerry Ireland
molaoireeircom.net

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Colin Baker, University of Wales
Michael Clyne, University of Melbourne
Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University & Bernard Spolsky (Bar-Ilan University)


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Jasone Cenoz (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
Britta Hufeisen (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)
Ulrike Jessner (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
Muiris O Laoire, (Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland)

For further information please visit the conference homepage at:
 http://www.spz.tu-darmstadt.de/L3/





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Message 2: Pragmatics Bibliography: INCLUDE YOUR PUBLICATIONS

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 05:39:04 +0000
From: Tom Van Hout <tom.vanhoutua.ac.be>
Subject: Pragmatics Bibliography: INCLUDE YOUR PUBLICATIONS


IPrA Research Center --- Pragmatics Bibliography

In 1987, John Benjamins published "A Comprehensive Bibliography of
Pragmatics" (Jan Nuyts & Jef Verschueren), an invaluable research tool
documenting developments in the field of pragmatics. This original
2197-page annotated bibliography was already converted into an
electronic format some ten years ago. Rapid changes in the world of
electronic publishing, however, have meanwhile required a
re-conversion and have led to a renewed project, fully financed by
John Benjamins Publishing Company, that will make a substantially
expanded and updated bibliography available in electronic form as
early as 2003, with annual or semi-annual expansions and updates from
then onwards.


INCLUDE YOUR PUBLICATIONS!!!
 

If you have (co-)authored, edited or reviewed publications in
linguistic pragmatics - to be broadly conceived as a social, cultural
and cognitive perspective on language use and communication - your
publication(s) can, and should, be covered by the electronic
Bibliography of Pragmatics (eBoP). You can make sure they are by
(e-)mailing the following data for each relevant title to the address
below, and we'll do the rest.

Each title should contain:


- Publication title

- Author(s) of publication

- Year of publication

- Publication source (journal or book series)

- Publisher

- Place of publication

- ISBN/ISSN number 

- Number of pages (for books) or page numbers (for articles)

- An abstract or annotation (except for reviews) 

 
Note that there are no restrictions on the language of publication,
nor on the date of publication. If the language of publication is not
English, be sure to add an English translation of the publication
title.


Sincerely,


Jef Verschueren & Tom Van Hout

*****************************
Bibliography Project
IPrA Research Center
University of Antwerp (UIA-GER)
Universiteitsplein 1
B-2610 Wilrijk Belgium
Tel.: +32 3 820 27 84
Fax: +32 3 820 27 62
URL: http://ipra-www.uia.ac.be/ipra/
E-mail: tom.vanhoutua.ac.be
			


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