LINGUIST List 13.2068

Sun Aug 11 2002

Calls: Japanese Ling, Germanic Lang

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  1. WLODARCZYK Andre, Japanese Language - 10th EAJS Conference in Warsaw 2003
  2. ellyvangelderen, Germanic Lang - 2nd CFP

Message 1: Japanese Language - 10th EAJS Conference in Warsaw 2003

Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 10:58:42 +0200
From: WLODARCZYK Andre <wlodext.jussieu.fr>
Subject: Japanese Language - 10th EAJS Conference in Warsaw 2003


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 First CALL FOR PAPERS IN JAPANESE LINGUISTICS

 The 10th International Conference of EAJS in Warsaw (Poland)
 August 27-30, 2003

The tenth international conference of the European Association for
Japanese Studies (EAJS) will be held from August 27 to August 30, 2003
at the University of Warsaw.

Section 2:
General Topic: COGNITIVE SEMANTICS
Subsections: 
 (1) Linguistic Theory
 (2) Computational Processing (NLP)
 (3) Language Teaching

Please send the abstract of your contribution by e-mail to both
convenors indicating in which of the 3 subsections you would prefer to
present your paper.

Convenors,
 Prof. dr Romuald HUSZCZA
 UNIWERSYTET WARSZAWSKI (WARSAW), POLAND
 E-mail address: <rhuszczapolbox.com

 Prof. dr Andre WLODARCZYK
 UNIVERSITE CHARLES-DE-GAULLE (LILLE 3), FRANCE
 E-mail address: <wlodarczykuniv-lille3.fr

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Message 2: Germanic Lang - 2nd CFP

Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2002 15:03:41 -0700 (MST)
From: ellyvangelderen <ellyvangelderenasu.edu>
Subject: Germanic Lang - 2nd CFP

Call for Papers
Joint Meeting of the Forum for Germanic Language Studies and the
Society for Germanic Linguistics
London, 3-5 January 2003
 
Faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars are invited to
submit abstracts for 30-minute papers on any linguistic or
philological aspect of any historical or modern Germanic language or
dialect, including English (to the Early Modern period) and the
extraterritorial varieties. Papers from a range of linguistic and
philological subfields, including phonetics, phonology, morphology,
syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, language acquisition,
contact, and change, as well as differing theoretical perspectives,
are welcome.

Papers will be selected for the program by a broad-based
committee. Please send your (one-page) electronic abstract to
Professor Martin Durrell: martin.durrellman.ac.uk. Submissions must
be received by September 2, 2002. Notifications of acceptance will be
distributed by October 1, 2002.
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