LINGUIST List 13.2701

Fri Oct 18 2002

Calls: Morphology/GLOW 2003

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  1. scalise, Mediterranean Morphology Meeting, Italy
  2. scmoon, GLOW 2003, Seoul, Korea

Message 1: Mediterranean Morphology Meeting, Italy

Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 09:29:39 +0000
From: scalise <scaliselingue.unibo.it>
Subject: Mediterranean Morphology Meeting, Italy

4th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting

Short Title: MMM4
Location: Catania - Italy
Date: 21-Sep-2003 - 23-Sep-2003
Contact Person: Antonietta Bisetto
Meeting Email: bisettolingue.unibo.it
Linguistic Subfield(s): Morphology 
Meeting Description: MMM4 - 2003

Geert Booij (University of Amsterdam)
Angeliki Ralli (University of Patras)
Sergio Scalise (University of Bologna)
Salvatore Sgroi (Local organizer, University of Catania)

CALL FOR PAPERS 

Topics:

- Which of the Greenberg universals on morphology have stood the test
of time, and in which ways do they have to be corrected?

- Which new typological universals might be proposed for the domain of
morphology?

- How can we explain morphological universals and typological
patterns? (potential factors are language change, grammaticalization,
language processing, semantics, etc.)

- What is the relation between syntactic and morphological typological
generalizations? (for instance, is there a relation between the
position of the head in phrases and that in compounds?)

- Which role should morphology play in language typology in general?
Does the traditional morphological classification of languages
(isolating, agglutinative, synthetic, polysynthetic, etc) still make
sense?

- Does the distinction between languages with word-based morphology
versus those with stem-based morphology, and that of word-based versus
morpheme-based morphology makes sense?

- Is there a prefix-suffix asymmetry from a typological point of view,
and if so, what is he explanation for that?

- To which extent are the implicational hierarchies of morphological
typology reflected by patterns of first and second language
acquisition, by patterns of language contact and codeswitching, and by
patterns of language change?

Schedule:
-End of March 2003: one page abstract
-May 10: notification of the accepted abstracts
-May 30: Definitive program
-Sept. 21-23: Meeting

Abstracts cannot exceed one page (normal size, including bibliography,
if any) and should be sent to Sergio Scalise (scaliselingue.unibo.it)
AND to Salvatore Sgroi (salvatoreclaudio.sgroitin.it). The abstract
page should contain ONLY the title and the text. Your name,
affiliation, telephon and fax number, e-mail address and 'terrestrian'
address have to be in a separate page of the same attachment. Please,
name your attachment in the following way: M4YOURNAME.

This is a meeting of the following standing conference:
Mediterranean Morphology Meeting

				
	
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Message 2: GLOW 2003, Seoul, Korea

Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 23:24:06 +0000
From: scmoon <scmoonhau.ac.kr>
Subject: GLOW 2003, Seoul, Korea


4th Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Short Title: GLOW 
Location: Seoul, Korea
Date: 21-Aug-2003 - 24-Aug-2003
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2003
Contact Person: Keun-Won Sohn
Meeting Email: kwsohneve.hannam.ac.kr
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description: 

We are pleased to announce that THE 4th GLOW IN ASIA 2003, an
international conference on theoretical linguistics, will be held at
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, on August 21-23, 2003. Two
additional workshops focusing on scrambling and wh-movement will be
held on August 24, 2003.
				
Abstracts for the main session are invited from all areas of
theoretical linguisitcs. The main session will consist of
approximately 20 talks. Each speaker will be allotted 45 minutes with
15 minutes for discussion. Abstracts for the two workshops on
scrambling and wh-movement are also invited. Each presentations for
the workshops will be allotted 20 minutes with 10 minutes for
discussion. Please specify whether your abstract is for the main
session or for one of the workshops. An author may submit at most one
individual and one joint abstract. Abstract submission by fax or
e-mail will not be accepted.

Invited Speakers:
 Main Session: Anders Holmberg (University of Durham)
 Workshops: Mamoru Saito (Nanzan University)
 Norvin Richards (MIT)

Abstract Submission (both for the main session and for the workshops)

Please Send
(a) 10 copies of an anonymous two-page abstract, 1-inch margins on all four
 sides, 12pt font, 
(b) a camera-ready original of the abstract with the author's name and 
 affiliation, and 
(c) a separate sheet indicating 
 - whether it is for the main session or for the workshops
 - the title of the paper
 - the author's name
 - affiliation
 - mailing address
 - e-mail address
 - telephone number
 - status (student or non-student)

to:
THE 4th GLOW IN ASIA Selection Committee
c/o Professor Keun-Won Sohn
Hannam University
Dept. of English Education
133 Ojung-dong Daeduk-gu
Daejon, Korea (zip code: 306-791)
e-mail: kwsohneve.hannam.ac.kr

Abstract Submission Deadline:
February 28, 2003

Local Organizers
 The Korean Generative Grammar Circle
 Language Research Institute at Seoul National University
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