LINGUIST List 13.2259

Tue Sep 10 2002

Calls: Speech Production, Arabic Ling

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  1. agwuele, 200TLS Conference call for papers
  2. Dilworth Parkinson, Arabic Linguistics Society 2003 Call for Papers

Message 1: 200TLS Conference call for papers

Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 21:07:00 -0500 (CDT)
From: agwuele <agwuelemail.utexas.edu>
Subject: 200TLS Conference call for papers

Call for Papers
Texas Linguistics Society (TLS)
2003 Texas Linguistics Society Conference

Venue: The University of Texas at Austin
Date: March 7-9, 2003
Theme: The Dynamics of Coarticulation in Speech Production and
	Perception.

Invited Speakers: 
Dr. B.Lindblom. University of Texas at Austin, and Stockholm
	University Sweden
Dr. John Ohala. University of California, Berkeley
Dr. S. Blumstein. Brown University, Providence
Dr. K. Johnson. Ohio State University
Dr. H. Sussman. University of Texas at Austin
Dr. A. Jongman. University of Kansas, Lawrence

CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite anonymous abstracts for twenty-minute talks followed by
10-minute discussion. Abstracts should be related to the conference
theme: "Dynamics of coarticulation in speech production and
perception." Abstracts must not exceed one page in length (11 point
font, 1 inch margins in all directions). A second page is allowed for
data and references. Authors may submit at most one individual and one
joint abstract. Joint abstracts should designate one address for
communication with TLS. Only e-mail submission of abstracts will be
accepted. They must be submitted as attachments to an e-mail
message. They may not be contained within the body of a message. The
body of the message should include all information listed in 1-5
below.

Author Information
1. Name(s) of author(s)
2. Title of paper
3. Affiliation(s)
4. E-mail address(es)
5. Postal address(es)

Please use 'TLS2002_Abstract' as the Subject header. Abstracts must be
submitted in either Word document or PDF format. No other formats will
be accepted. We will acknowledge the receipt of abstracts by e-mail.

Electronic submissions of abstracts and all queries should be directed
to the TLS 2003 e-mail address: tlsuts.cc.utexas.edu

Deadline for submission of abstracts: November 30, 2002
Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, and notification of acceptance
will be sent by January 15, 2003. Registration and conference
information will appear on the website of the Texas Linguistics
Society, University of Texas at Austin. http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~tls/

Augustine Agwuele
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Message 2: Arabic Linguistics Society 2003 Call for Papers

Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 11:19:14 -0600
From: Dilworth Parkinson <Dilworth_Parkinsonbyu.edu>
Subject: Arabic Linguistics Society 2003 Call for Papers

Call for Papers

 The Arabic Linguistics Society and Alexandria University
				announce the
	 Seventeenth Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics
				to be held at
 The Cecil Hotel, Alexandria, Egypt
				May 9-10, 2003

Papers are invited on topics that deal with the application of current
linguistic theories and analyses to Arabic. Research in the following
areas of Arabic linguistics is encouraged: grammatical analysis
(phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics), sociolinguistics,
psycholinguistics, discourse analysis, historical linguistics, corpus
linguistics, computer modeling, etc. Papers on Arabic Pedagogy are
normally not accepted.

Please see the full announcement on the Arabic-L archives of
linguist.org for details on submitting abstracts and fees.

Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts
November 30, 2002

For information about the society and abstracts, contact:
Tessa Hauglid
1346 South 2950 East	
Spanish Fork, UT 84660 USA
Phone: 801-794-9387
E-Mail: <tmh1mstar2.net>

Inquiries specifically about the conference may be addressed to:
Reem Bassiouney
<reem.bassiouneysomerville.oxford.ac.uk>
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