LINGUIST List 13.2700

Fri Oct 18 2002

Calls: Romance Lang/ABRALIN Journal

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Message 1: Symposium on Romance Languages

Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 13:09:21 +0000
From: clements <clementsindiana.edu>
Subject: Symposium on Romance Languages


33rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages
Short Title: LSRL 33
Location: Bloomington, IN (USA)
Date: 24-Apr-2003 - 27-Apr-2003
Call Deadline: 06-Dec-2002
Web Site: http://www.indiana.edu/%7Elsrl33/
Contact Person: Deborah Piston-Hatlen
Meeting Email: lsrl33indiana.edu
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics
Language Family: Romance

Meeting Description: 

Main session: All areas of Romance linguistics
Parasession: Romance Languages in Contact Situations

				
Second Call for papers 

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (plus 10 minutes for
discussion) on any aspect of Romance linguistics. Abstracts should be
no more than two pages in length (including examples and references),
in 12-point type. All margins should be at least one inch wide (or 2.5
cm). Authors are asked to submit their abstracts either by:

(a) e-mail attachment (MS Word or WordPerfect) with a hard copy to
follow within 1 week 
OR 
(b) postal services (send six copies of an anonymous abstract and one
additional copy with the author's name and affiliation.)

No faxes will be accepted. In the email message or on a separate
sheet, please also include the title of the paper, name of author(s),
affiliation(s), address, phone number, and e-mail address. To
facilitate the review process, please indicate the primary area of
linguistics addressed in the paper. Those who wish to be considered
for both the Main Session and the Parasession should send two sets of
materials (please indicate MAIN SESSION / PARASESSION). Submissions
are limited to a maximum of one individual and one joint abstract per
author. Preference will be given to presentations not duplicated at
other major conferences (e.g., LSA, NELS, WCCFL). Authors are asked to
indicate prior or planned presentations of their papers. 

Send abstracts to: 

lsrl33indiana.edu
or 
LSRL XXXIII
CREDLI
1020 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Ballantine Hall 604
Bloomington, IN
47405-7103
USA
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Message 2: ABRALIN Journal

Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 10:40:40 -0300
From: Leonor Santos <leonorglobalite.com.br>
Subject: ABRALIN Journal

Brazilian Association of Linguistics ABRALIN
ABRALIN Journal, vol. 1, n. 2, December 2002.

CALL FOR PAPERS

ABRALIN's Journal of Linguistics is committed to be an internationally
acclaimed journal in general Linguistics. Following a multilingual
policy, articles in English, French, and Spanish are welcome as well
as texts in Portuguese.

Articles will be forwarded in anonymous form to be peer reviewed by
two members of the Advisory Editorial board or by ad hoc referees. All
correspondence must be sent to the Editor's address.

Authors should send three copies of their papers (according to NOTES
TO CONTRIBUTORS, http://www.letras.ufrj.br/abralin/callforpapers.htm)
to the Editor, Heronides de Melo Moura, by October 31st, 2002. Volume
1.2 will be published by December, 2002.

Editor's address
P�s-gradua��o em Ling��stica
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
CCE - BLOCO B - Sala 314, Trindade,
Florian�polis, Santa Catarina,
CEP 88040-900
Brazil

Telephone: +55 48 3319581
e-mail heronidesuol.com.br

Table of contents - Volume 1.1 (in print)

Articles

1. AGREEMENT IN ITALIAN IMPERSONAL SI CONSTRUCTIONS. A PHASE-BASED ANALYSIS
Roberta D'Alessandro (Institut f�r Linguistik/Anglistik, Universit�t
 Stuttgart)
2.COMMUNICATION PARADOXES IN PSYCHOSIS: A QUESTION FOR COGNITIVE APPROACHES
TO PRAGMATICS Mariluci Novaes (UFF)
3.CONVENTIONAL IMPLICATURE AND LANGUAGE CHANGE: The Romanian Paradigm of
Identity. Maria M. Manoliu (University of California, Davis)
4.L'indexicalit� de la r�f�rence dans l'interaction Sociale: constructions
discursives du "je" et de l'"ici" Lorenza Mondada. (Universit� de Lyon 2)
5.O PAPEL DA DEFINI��O DE TERMOS T�CNICO-CIENT�FICOS. Maria Jos�
 Finatto (UFRGS)
6. Intera��es entdre restr��es em Marubo (Pano). Raquel Costa
7. A Marca��o de Plural na Linguagem Infantil: Estudo Longitudinal
Elaine T. C. Capellari e Ana M. S. Zilles (UFRGS)


Debate

8.HIP�TESE DA RELEXIFICA��O NA G�NESE DOS CRIOULOS E PIDGINS Hildo
 Hon�rio do Couto. (Universidade de Bras�lia)

Review
9. Resenha de Hist�ria Concisa da Ling��stica, de Barbara Weedwood
(Tradu��o brasileira de Marcos Bagno)



Editor
Heronides de Melo Moura
(Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil)

Advisory Board
Eduardo Guimar�es (University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil)
Jos� Luiz Fiorin (University of S�o Paulo - USP, Brazil)
Maria Cec�Dlia Mollica (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ, Brazil)
Maria Elias Soares (Federal University of Ceara - UFC, Brazil)
Maria Helena de Moura Neves (University of the State of S�o Paulo - UNESP, 
Brazil)

Advisory Editorial Board
1. Carlos Alberto Faraco (Federal University of Paran� - UFPR, Brazil)
2. Cl�udia N�vea Roncarati de Souza (Universidade Federal Fluminense - UFF, 
Brazil)
3. Daniel Vanderveken (University of Quebec, Canada)
4. Diana Luz Pessoa de Barros (University of S�o Paulo - USP, Brazil)
5. Dino Preti (University of S�o Paulo - USP, Brazil)
6. Eni Orlandi (University of Campinas UNICAMP, Brazil)
7. Esmeralda Negr�o (University of S�o Paulo USP, Brazil)
8 Gillian Sankoff (University of Pensylvania, USA)
9. Gregory Guy (York University, Canada)
10. Leo Wetzels (Free University of Amsterdam, Holland)
11. Leonor Scliar (Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil)
12. L�cia Lobato (Federal University of Bras�lia - UNB, Brazil)
13. Luiz Marcuschi (Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE, Brazil)
14. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro UFRJ, 
Brazil)
15. Maria Helena Mira Mateus (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
16. Maria Manoliu Manea (University of California, Davis, USA)
17. Oswald Ducrot (EHESS- Paris, France)
18. Palmira Marrafa (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
19 Tereza Cabr� (University of Barcelona, Spain)
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