LINGUIST List 13.2859

Tue Nov 5 2002

Calls: Meaning & Intonation/Language & Society

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  1. Vlachou, Evangelia, Amsterdam-Utrecht workshop on "Meaning and Intonation", 19 November 2002
  2. echun, Symposium about Language and Society

Message 1: Amsterdam-Utrecht workshop on "Meaning and Intonation", 19 November 2002

Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 18:11:43 +0100
From: Vlachou, Evangelia <Evangelia.Vlachoulet.uu.nl>
Subject: Amsterdam-Utrecht workshop on "Meaning and Intonation", 19 November 2002

We are very pleased to announce the program of the 4th Amsterdam/Utrecht 
workshop, this time on the topic of Meaning and Intonation. The workshop will 
take place on the 19th of November 2002, at the University of Utrecht, 
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics. For information how to get to the workshop 
venue, please consult the following web site:
http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl/events/conflinks.htm

Contact persons:
Rick Nouwen: rick.nouwenlet.uu.nl
Evangelia Vlachou: evangelia.vlachoulet.uu.nl


PROGRAM:
09.30-10.00 Welcome
10.00-10.10 Introduction
10.10-11.00 Carlos Gussenhoven&nbsp
11.00-11.15 Coffee Break
11.15-11.55 Marie Nilsenova: Intonation in Question Declaratives
11.55-12.35 Jocelyn Ballantyne: What's the difference between focus and 
pitch accent
12.35-13.15 Ad Neeleman &amp; Kriszta Szendroi: Superman sentences
13.15-14.15 Lunch Break
14.15-14.55 Heleen Hoekstra: Neither focus nor accent
14.55-15.35 Maria Aloni, Alistair Butler, Darrin Hindsill: 
(De)-accenting in Bidirectional OT
15.35-15.50 Tea Break
15.50-16.40 Emiel Krahmer: Perceiving Focus
16.40-17.15 General Discussion Session

"Meaning and intonation" is organised under the auspices of the
Institute of Logic, Language and Computation at the University of
Amsterdam http://www.illc.uva.nl
and the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics at the University of Utrecht
http://www-uilots.let.uu.nl

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

The organisers Robert van Rooy, Evangelia Vlachou and Rick Nouwen

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Message 2: Symposium about Language and Society

Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 14:23:50 +0000
From: echun <echunmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Symposium about Language and Society


SYMPOSIUM ABOUT LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY--AUSTIN
Short Title: SALSA 2003
Location: Austin, Texas, USA
Date: 11-Apr-2003 - 13-Apr-2003

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2003

Web Site: http://www.utexas.edu/students/salsa/index.shtml
Contact Person: SALSA Organizers
Meeting Email: utsalsauts.cc.utexas.edu
Linguistic Subfield(s): Sociolinguistics
		

Meeting Description: 

SALSA is pleased to announce its 11th annual meeting to be held APRIL
11-13, 2003, at the University of Texas at Austin. We encourage the
submission of abstracts on research that addresses the relationship of
language to culture and society. SALSA 2003 keynote speakers include
Richard Bauman (Indiana University), Penelope Eckert (Stanford
University), Lisa Green (University of Texas at Austin), and Karen
Tracy (University of Colorado at Boulder).

				
The SYMPOSIUM ABOUT LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY--AUSTIN is pleased to
announce its 11th annual meeting to be held APRIL 11-13, 2003, at the
University of Texas at Austin. We encourage the submission of
abstracts on research that addresses the relationship of language to
culture and society. Desired frameworks include but are not limited
to:

LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCIOLINGUISTICS
ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION
LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY
SPEECH PLAY, VERBAL ART, AND POETICS
LANGUAGE AND MEDIA
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTION
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
LANGUAGE VITALITY
LANGUAGE SOCIALIZATION
GESTURE IN TALK AND INTERACTION

2003 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Richard Bauman, Indiana University
Penelope Eckert, Stanford University
Lisa Green, University of Texas at Austin
Karen Tracy, University of Colorado at Boulder

Papers delivered at the conference will be published as a special
edition of the Texas Linguistic Forum. Speakers will be allowed 20
minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. Papers will be
selected based on the evaluation of an anonymous written abstract,
which may not exceed 600 words. This year, we will accept only
electronic submissions.

SUBMISSIONS

Please email your abstract to utsalsauts.cc.utexas.edu, Subject:
SALSA 11 Abstract. Please include in the following order:

1. Title of the paper
2. Author´┐ŻEuro(tm)s name
3. Author´┐ŻEuro(tm)s affiliation
4. Address, phone number, and email address at which the author wishes
to be notified
5. A 600-word abstract*
6. A short 200-word abstract* for publication in the conference program
7. Equipment needs (e.g., overhead projector, computer projection, etc.)

*Please send the abstracts as a Word attachment as well as in the body
of the email message.

**Visit the SALSA web page for submission guidelines and conference
details: ** http://www.utexas.edu/students/salsa/index.shtml

Deadline for receipt of abstracts is JANUARY 15, 2003. Late
submissions will not be accepted, and we cannot accept papers that are
to be published elsewhere. Notification of acceptance or rejection
will be sent in mid-February 2003. Registration fees will be
approximately $20 for students and $40 for non-students. Completed
papers must be brought to the conference to be included in the
published proceedings.

Contact us at: 
SALSA
University of Texas at Austin
Department of Linguistics
1 University Station B5100
Austin TX 78712-0198
Email: utsalsauts.cc.utexas.edu
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