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Thu Jul 18 2002

Calls: French in the US, Psycho & Socio Ling

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  1. Creole Institute, French in the US Colloquium
  2. Greg Thomson, Psycho/Sociolinguistics Conf., Kazakhstan : 2nd Notice

Message 1: French in the US Colloquium

Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 11:23:37 -0500
From: Creole Institute <creoleindiana.edu>
Subject: French in the US Colloquium

Please note the correction of the date of submission for this
colloquium: November 1, 2002.

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FRENCH IN THE UNITED STATES

call for papers - first announcement

Indiana University is organizing on its Bloomington campus a
Colloquium on French in the United States. The goals of the
Colloquium are to assess the state of the research on French as a
vernacular language in the United States and to promote more vigorous
research and development initiatives in this field.

Date: April 22-24, 2003

The Colloquium will be followed by the 33rd meeting of the Linguistic
Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL).

Keynote speaker (April 22): Henriette Walter
 Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris
U. de Haute-Bretagne, Rennes

LSRL Opening session speaker (April 24): Shana Poplack, U. of Ottawa

Organizers: Albert Valdman & Julie Auger

In addition to presentations by invited speakers, the Colloquium will
include a selection of competitively evaluated papers. Proposals are
invited on the following topics as well as any others that complement
the program (see program listing on reverse side):

* The description of the speech of endangered enclave communities:
Frenchtown, US Virgin Islands; Frenchville, PA; Old Mines, MO; etc.
* The documentation of past French presence in the United States
* New francophone communities, for example, Quebecois communities in
Florida
* Language maintenance and revitalization initiatives, including use
of media, bilingual education, etc.

Papers will be allotted 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for discussion.
Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be submitted either by post
(six [6] copies) or by e-mail attachment to:

French in the U.S.
Creole Institute, BH 604
1020 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405-7103
creoleindiana.edu <mailto:creoleindiana.edu>

Deadline for the submission of proposals: November 1, 2002

Please include on a separate sheet of paper or in your email the title
of the paper, name of author(s), affiliation(s), address, phone
number, and e-mail address.

Acceptances will be announced by December 20, 2002.

Publication: A volume will be published containing a selection of
invited presentations and papers complemented by commissioned
articles.

Program

* General theoretical and methodological perspectives: 
	Michel Francard, Universite catholique de Louvain
	Pierre Rezeau, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
	Albert Valdman, Indiana University

* The linguistic and sociolinguistic situation in New England
(Franco-American)
	Gilbert Albert, University of Maine-Fort Kent
	Cynthia Fox, University at Albany
	Jane Smith, University of Maine

* The linguistic and sociolinguistic situation in Louisiana (Cadien
and Creole)
	Barry Jean Ancelet, University of Louisiana-Lafayette
	Becky Brown, Purdue University
	Sylvie Dubois, Louisiana State University
	Tom Klingler, Tulane University
	Amanda LaFleur, Louisiana State University
	Michael D. Picone, University of Alabama
	Kevin Rottet, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

* Links to other French communities in North America
	Annette Boudreau, Universite de Moncton
	Raymond Mougeon, York University (Toronto)
	Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh, Universitat Regensburg
	Claude Poirier, Universite Laval

* The role of French and Creole in cultural identity in the Haitian
diaspora
	F. Zephir, University of Missouri


For more information, e-mail creoleindiana.edu
<mailto:creoleindiana.edu> or visit our web page:

www.indiana.edu/~creole/french_in_the_united_states.htm
<http://www.indiana.edu/~creole/french_in_the_united_states.htm>;

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LE FRAN´┐ŻAIS AUX ETATS-UNIS

APPEL DE COMMUNICATIONS - PREMIERE CIRCULAIRE

Nous organisons sur le campus de Bloomington de l'Universite d'Indiana
un colloque sur le francais aux Etats-Unis. Ce colloque vise a evaluer
l'etat de la recherche sur le francais parle aux Etats-Unis et a
promouvoir les recherches et les efforts de maintien et de
developpement dans ce domaine.

Quand: du 22 au 24 avril 2003

Le colloque sera suivi de la 33e edition du Linguistic Symposium on
Romance Languages (LSRL).

Conferenciere invitee (22 avril): Henriette Walter
Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris et Universite de
Haute-Bretagne, Rennes

Conferenciere d'ouverture de LSRL (24 avril): Shana Poplack
Universite d'Ottawa

Organisateurs: Albert Valdman & Julie Auger

En plus des presentations invitees listees au verso, le colloque
comprendra des communications selectionnees sur une base competitive.
Nous vous invitons a soumettre des propositions sur les sujets
suivants, de meme que sur tout autre sujet qui complemente le
programme :

* La description du parler et de la situation d'etiolement des isolats
francophones: Frenchtown, US Virgin Islands; Frenchville, PA; Old
Mines, MO; etc.
* La documentation historique de la presence francophone aux
Etats-Unis
* Les nouvelles communautes francophones aux Etats-Unis : par exemple,
les communautes quebecoises en Floride
* Le maintien du francais et les initiatives de revitalisation,
incluant les medias, les programmes d'enseignement bilingue, etc.

Chaque presentation durera 20 minutes et sera suivie d'une periode de
discussion de 10 minutes. Des resumes d'au plus 500 mots doivent etre
soumis par la poste (six [6] copies) ou sous forme de document attache
soumis electroniquement a:

Le francais aux Etats-Unis
Creole Institute, BH 604
1020 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405-7103
creoleindiana.edu

Date limite pour la soumission des resumes: 1er novembre 2002 Les
resultats seront annonces le 20 decembre 2002.

Veuillez inclure sur une feuille separee ou dans votre message
courriel le titre de votre communication, votre nom, affiliation,
adresse, numero de telephone et adresse courriel.

Publication: Un volume contenant une selection de presentations
invitees, de communications et d'articles commandes expressement pour
cet ouvrage sera publie.

Programme

* Perspectives theoriques et methodologiques: 
	Michel Francard, Universite catholique de Louvain
	Pierre Rezeau, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
	Albert Valdman, Indiana University

* La situation linguistique et sociolinguistique en
Nouvelle-Angleterre (franco-americain)
	Gilbert Albert, University of Maine-Fort Kent
	Cynthia Fox, University at Albany
	Jane Smith, University of Maine

* La situation linguistique et sociolinguistique en Louisiane (cadien
et creole)
	Barry Jean Ancelet, University of Louisiana-Lafayette
	Becky Brown, Purdue University
	Sylvie Dubois, Louisiana State University
	Tom Klingler, Tulane University
	Amanda LaFleur, Louisiana State University
	Michael D. Picone, University of Alabama
	Kevin Rottet, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

* Les liens avec d'autres communautes francophones en Amerique du
nord:
	Annette Boudreau, Universite de Moncton
	Raymond Mougeon, York University (Toronto)
	Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh, Universitat Regensburg
	Claude Poirier, Universite Laval

* Le role du francais et du creole dans l'identite culturelle de la
diaspora haitienne:
	F. Zephir, University of Missouri


Pour des informations supplementaires, ecrivez-nous a
creoleindiana.edu ou visitez notre page:

www.indiana.edu/~creole/french_in_the_united_states.htm

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Creole Institute
Indiana University
1020 E.Kirkwood Ave.
Ballantine Hall 604
Bloomington, IN 47405-7103
(812)855-4988
fax(812)855-2386



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Message 2: Psycho/Sociolinguistics Conf., Kazakhstan : 2nd Notice

Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 12:52:28 -0700
From: Greg Thomson <gthomsonmac.com>
Subject: Psycho/Sociolinguistics Conf., Kazakhstan : 2nd Notice

DEAR COLLEAGUES!
 
THE AL-FARABI KAZAKH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL LINGUISTICS
KAZAKH LANGUAGE: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC AND SOCIOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH LABORATORY

INVITES YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH
CONFERENCE IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF AL-FARABI
KAZAKH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS AND SOCIOLINGUISTICS: CONDITIONS AND PERSPECTIVES

Conference date: September, 18-19, 2003.

THE FOLLOWING AREAS ARE OFFERED FOR DISCUSSION BY CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS:

SOCIOLINGUISTIC TOPICS
- LANGUAGE SITUATIONS AND LANGUAGE POLICY
- SOCIAL AND REGIONAL VARIATION
- INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES
- SOCIETAL BILINGUALISM
- LANGUAGES IN CONTACT
- SOCIOLINGUISTICS IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS

PSYCHOLINGUISTIC TOPICS
- NATIVE LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND CHILD BILINGUALISM
- SPEECH PERCEPTION AND COMPREHENSION
- SPEECH PRODUCTION
- MENTAL LEXICON
- BILINGUALISM AND MULTILINGUALISM
- PSYCHOLINGUISTICS IN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

CONFERENCE WORKING LANGUAGES: KAZAKH, RUSSIAN, ENGLISH PLEASE, ADD
YOUR THESIS (1-2 PAGES) TO YOUR APPLICATION FORM . THESIS TEXT SHOULD
BE PRINTED AND IN ELECTRONIC FORM( IN RTF-FORMAT: FILES SHOULD BE
NAMED AFTER AUTHORS' SURNAMES).

DEADLINE: NOVEMBER, 30, 2002.
E-MAIL: altynkaszu.kz
PHONE NUMBERS (3272) 47-27-97 (13-29)
THE CONFERENCE MATERIALS ARE PLANNED TO BE PUBLISHED.
REGISTRATION COST: $50 BY ELECTRONIC TRANSFER TO ACCOUNT NUMBER 
199117351, BENEFICIARY UMATOVA, ZHANNA, BANK: KAZKOMMERTZBANK, 
ALMATY, KAZAKHSTAN. SWIFT: KZKOKZKX; CORR/ACC. NO. 890-0223-057. 
CORRESPONDING BANK: BANK OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA. SWIFT: IRVTUS3N. 
CHIPS: 0001.
FINANCIAL CONDITIONS: ALL PAYMENTS CONNECTED WITH CONFERENCE 
PARTICIPATION ARE PAID BY THE PARTICIPANT.
Place: 480078, Kazakhstan, Almaty -city, al-Farabi - avenue, 71, 
KazNU, philological faculty.

WE WELCOME YOUR INVOLVEMENT!

 CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Sincerely yours,
Zhanna Umatova
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