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Fri Aug 2 2002

Confs: Language Variation,Uppsala University, Sweden

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Message 1: ICLaVE 2

Date: Thu, 01 Aug 2002 08:48:38 +0000
From: Lena Bergström <lena.bergstromnordiska.uu.se>
Subject: ICLaVE 2

ICLaVE 2 
Second International Conference on Language Variation in Europe

Uppsala University, Sweden
June 12-14, 2003

Call for papers and invitation to register

The primary goal of ICLaVE is to provide a forum for advancing
research on the analysis of linguistic variation as a phenomenon
inherent to language, as well as for investigating the implications of
this variability for our understanding of the different dimensions of
the languages spoken in Europe.

Plenary speakers

Prof Barbara Horvath, Sydney
Prof Nikolas Coupland, Cardiff
Prof Helge Sandöy, Bergen

Deadlines

Sept 1, 2002 Workshop proposals
Oct 1, 2002 Abstracts for papers and/or poster presentations
Nov 1, 2002 Notification of acceptance of workshop proposals
Feb 1, 2003 Notification of acceptance of abstracts for papers and
poster presentations

Abstracts submitted should be in English and no longer than 450
words, including references. Note that we request abstracts for
posters as well. Workshop proposals should include an abstract on the
theme of the workshop, and names of participants.

Abstracts can be submitted via e-mail (preferred),
ICLaVE2nordiska.uu.se, or be posted to ICLaVE2, Uppsala University,
Department of Scandinavian Languages, Box 527, SE-75120 Uppsala,
Sweden

The registration form can be downloaded from the conference homepage,
http://www.nordiska.uu.se/ICLaVE2

More information can be obtained from:

Lena Bergström, phone +46 18 471 6872
E-mail ICLaVE2nordiska.uu.se

http://www.nordiska.uu.se/ICLaVE2	
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