LINGUIST List 13.2230

Fri Sep 6 2002

Calls: General Linguistics; Chinese Linguistics

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  1. Christine Kiraz, Call for Book and Dissertation Submissions
  2. Yen-Hwei Lin, 15th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-15)

Message 1: Call for Book and Dissertation Submissions

Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 13:19:30 -0400
From: Christine Kiraz <christineGorgiasPress.com>
Subject: Call for Book and Dissertation Submissions


Call For Submissions (Books & Dissertations in Linguistics) 

Gorgias Press (www.gorgiaspress.com), an academic publishing firm, is
interested in manuscript submissions in the various sub-disciplines of
language & linguistics, including textbooks, monographs, reference
works, and dissertations (the latter for inclusion in the Gorgias
Dissertations Series).

Interested authors of textbooks, monographs and reference works may
send a book proposal to publishinggorgiaspress.com containing a
description of the work, and brief curricula vitae. If the work is
complete or near completion, authors may include a table of contents
and sample chapters.

Authors of Ph.D. dissertations may submit dissertations for inclusion
in the "Gorgias Dissertation Series". Please send to
publishinggorgiaspress.com an abstract, a table of contents, sample
chapters, and the names and email addresses of three scholars who are
familiar with the work (e.g., examiners, supervisors, etc.) for review
purposes.

Gorgias Press also reprints out-of-copyright books which are still of
value to the modern scholars. A few books on Semitic languages have
already been published. Please let us know of any important books that
are worth reprinting by adding them to the Reprint Wish list on
www.gorgiaspress.com.

All submissions are subject to a peer-review process to ensure quality
of content.


Christine I. Kiraz
Vice President
Gorgias Press
Fax 732-699-0342
http://www.GorgiasPress.com


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Message 2: 15th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-15)

Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 16:10:35 -0400
From: Yen-Hwei Lin <linypilot.msu.edu>
Subject: 15th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-15)

The 15th Annual North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics
(NACCL-15)

Michigan State University
July 11-13, 2003


Call for Papers:

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks in all areas of Chinese 
linguistics and from any theoretical perspective.

Requirements for Submission of Abstracts:

Abstracts must be camera-ready, on a single page, single spaced, in 
12-point type, with one inch margins.

Mail five (5) copies of the abstract, one of which includes name(s) 
of author(s), affiliation(s), and e-mail address(es); the other four 
(for anonymous review) identified by title only.

Please include a 3x5 card containing the paper title, name(s) of 
author(s), affiliation, status (student or non-student), address, 
phone number, and e-mail.

To facilitate the reviewing process, kindly identify on the card the
primary area of linguistics addressed in your paper (e.g.,
Phonetics/Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Functional/Pragmatics,
Dialectology, Historical Phonology, Historical Syntax,
Computational/Corpus Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, or
Sociolinguistics).

Deadline for receipt of abstracts is January 3, 2003.

Please mail abstracts to:

 	NACCL-15
 	Department of Linguistics and Languages
 	A614 Wells Hall
 	Michigan State University
 	East Lansing, MI 48824
 	USA

Please do not send abstracts by e-mail or fax.

E-mail: NACCL15cal.msu.edu
NACCL-15 website: http://www.msu.edu/~linglang/NACCL-15

NACCL-15 will be held during the second weekend of the 2003 LSA 
Summer Institute (June 30-August 8). Information for the 2003 LSA 
Summer Institute is available at http://lsa2003.lin.msu.edu
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