LINGUIST List 13.1968

Tue Jul 23 2002

Calls: Text & Discourse, Argument Structure

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  1. Society for Text and Discourse, Call for Papers: Winter Conference on Discourse, Text & Cognition
  2. Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Conference Calls: Argument Structure (Reminder)

Message 1: Call for Papers: Winter Conference on Discourse, Text & Cognition

Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 19:17:35 -0500
From: Society for Text and Discourse <st-dmail.psyc.memphis.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers: Winter Conference on Discourse, Text & Cognition

*** Call for Proposals for ***
*** the 2003 Annual Meeting of ***
*** the Winter Conference on Discourse, Text & Cognition ***

Full details are available at the conference website
(http://www.uic.edu/depts/psch/cog/wintertext or via the Conference
listing on the Society for Text and Discourse website
(http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/st&;d))

The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Winter Conference on Discourse,
Text & Cognition will be held in the usual location: The Inn at Teton
Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The meeting typically attracts
cognitive scientists interested in various aspects of language and
text and the roles they play in various types of cognitive activities,
e.g., reading, conversation, and learning. The meeting will take place
from Friday, January 24, through Monday, January 27, 2003. Sessions
begin at 4:00pm and end at 8:00pm each night. We have the option of
extending the conference to a fifth day (January 28th) if there are
sufficient papers to warrant it. This will be determined at the end
of October when we have an idea of the number of folks who would like
to present.

Proposals for symposia, individual paper presentations, or posters may
be submitted. The submission deadline is September 10, 2002. Proposals
will undergo review, with notification of acceptance to be provided by
the end of 2002. (If you would like to review proposals please e-mail
Susan Goldman). Posters will be presented in an organized poster
session.

Tim Koschmann has already indicated that he will organize a symposium
on video interactions. If you are interested in organizing another
symposium or inviting a special speaker, please get in touch with
Susan Goldman (sgoldmanuic.edu). For further information and details
on all of the above, please see
http://www.uic.edu/depts/psch/cog/wintertext/ or access the conference
information through the Society for Text and Discourse website,
conferences (http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/st&;d)


________________________________________
 Society for Text and Discourse
 Department of Psychology
 University of Memphis
 Psychology Building
 Memphis TN 38152
 USA

 fax: (901) 678-2579

 email: st_dmail.psyc.memphis.edu

 http://www.psyc.memphis.edu/st&;d.htm
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Message 2: Conference Calls: Argument Structure (Reminder)

Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 10:11:56 +0100 (BST)
From: Tanmoy Bhattacharya <bhattach2000yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Conference Calls: Argument Structure (Reminder)

Subject: Argument Structure

Argument Structure in Delhi

Conference Homepage:
http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~uclyara/argument1.htm

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 1 August 2002
CONFERENCE DATES: 5-7 January 2003

The department of linguistics, University of Delhi in collaboration
with the Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) is organising a
conference on Argument Structure from January 5-7, 2003 at Delhi.
Howard Lasnik of the University of Conneticut is the keynote
speaker. We invite abstracts not exceeding two A4 size pages
(inclusive of data and 12 pt font size) on the above theme by August
1, 2002. Scholars working in the areas of LFG, HPSG, Functional/
Computational Linguistics, Language Acquisition/ Psycholinguistics are
also welcome to submit abstracts as we intend to have a comprehensive
coverage of the issue of Argument Structure from different
theoretical/ empirical perspectives.

For details with respect to the issues that are of interest for this
conference, please refer to our earlier announcement of 15th April in
the Linguist List or go to the conference homepage at
http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~uclyara/argument1.htm

Abstracts may be sent as email attachments (Word, RTF, PDF only) to
the following and snail-mail abstracts (in 5 copies) may be sent to
the postal address below:

Tista Bagchi <tista_byahoo.com>
Tanmoy Bhattacharya <tanmoydu.ac.in>,
<bhattach2000yahoo.co.uk> 
KV Subbarao <KVS2811rediffmail.com>

Department of Linguistics
Arts Faculty Extension
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007, INDIA
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