LINGUIST List 13.2483

Mon Sep 30 2002

Calls: Lang Acquisition, Semantics/Ling Theory

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  1. kotlet, Foreign & 2nd Lang Acquisition -Szczyrk, Poland
  2. Toshiyuki Ogihara, SALT13 - Call for Papers

Message 1: Foreign & 2nd Lang Acquisition -Szczyrk, Poland

Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 16:21:30 +0200
From: kotlet <kotletzeus.polsl.gliwice.pl>
Subject: Foreign & 2nd Lang Acquisition -Szczyrk, Poland



 THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
 FOREIGN AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

 FIRST CIRCULAR AND CALL FOR PAPERS



 Dear Colleague,

 The Institute of English at the University of Silesia is pleased to
 invite you to our 16th International Conference on Foreign and Second
 Language Acquisition. Traditionally, this conference focuses on
 research in foreign language learning. Although all contributions
 related to the field are welcome, in the next year's Conference we
 would like to pay special attention to broadly understood language
 contact and language transfer in SLA.

 The event will be held in Szczyrk, a resort town in the Beskid
 Mountains of Southern Poland, from 22nd to 24th May 2003. An
 all-inclusive conference fee of approximately PLN 500 ($125) will be
 collected on arrival at the conference desk.

 Paper abstracts should be sent before January 31, 2003 to the
 Institute of English. The registration form, including the paper
 abstract, may be posted or sent by fax or e-mail. You will be allowed
 a 20 minute presentation, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.

 For conference-related matters, contact Professor Janusz Arabski, or
 Conference Organisers, at the following address, or visit our website.



 Institute of English, University of Silesia
 ul. Eytnia 10
 41-205 Sosnowiec
 POLAND

 tel/fax: (48 32) 291 74 17
 e-mail: enofficeares.fils.us.edu.pl
 webpage:

 http://www.us.edu.pl/uniwersytet/konferencje/2003/icfsla/firstcircular.htm

 http://venus.fil.us.edu.pl/ija/kartki/ioe.htm
 


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Message 2: SALT13 - Call for Papers

Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 18:21:27 -0700
From: Toshiyuki Ogihara <ogiharau.washington.edu>
Subject: SALT13 - Call for Papers

 Semantics and Linguistic Theory 13
 (SALT 13)
 University of Washington
 May 9-11, 2003

 Invited speakers

 Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 Manfred Krifka, Humboldt University, Berlin
 S.-Y. Kuroda, University of California, San Diego
 William Ladusaw, University of California, Santa Cruz

 Call for papers

SALT 13 invites submissions for 30-minute presentations (plus ten-minute
discussions) on any topic pertaining to natural language semantics, with
relevance to linguistic theory. Abstracts will be at most 2 pages in length
(including references), with 1-inch (2.5 cm) margins on all four sides, with
a 12-pt font. In the interest of fairness, these limitations will be
strictly enforced. Any person can submit one abstract as a sole author and
one as a co-author.

We encourage electronic submissions. We prefer pdf (.pdf) files but also
accept MS-word (.doc) or plain text (.txt) files. Please use appropriate
suffixes for the names of your attached files. Please include your name(s),
affiliation(s), and contact information in the main text of your email.
Electronic abstracts should be sent to

salt13u.washington.edu

In case you send in your abstract via physical mail, please submit 7
anonymous copies of your abstract and a separate card giving the title of
your abstract, your name, affiliation, and contact information. Abstracts
should be sent to

SALT13 Committee, University of Washington, Linguistics, Padelford A-210,
Box 354340, Seattle, WA 98195-4340, U.S.A.

Abstracts (electronic or otherwise) should reach us by

 9 p.m. January 15 (Wednesday), 2003 (Seattle time)

We will not be able to consider abstracts arriving after this date.

More detailed information about the abstract submission process and the
conference will be posted at http://depts.washington.edu/salt13/
Questions can be sent to salt13u.washington.edu
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