LINGUIST List 13.2992

Mon Nov 18 2002

Calls: Contrastive Ling/Child Language

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  1. iamora, Contrastive Linguistics Conference, Spain
  2. Thomas Klee, Child Language Seminar 2003: 2nd announcement

Message 1: Contrastive Linguistics Conference, Spain

Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 11:36:25 +0000
From: iamora <iamorausc.es>
Subject: Contrastive Linguistics Conference, Spain

3rd International Contrastive Linguistics Conference (ICLC-3)

Short Title: ICLC 3
Location: Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
Date: 23-Sep-2003 - 26-Sep-2003 
Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2003

Web Site: http://www.usc.es/ia303/benvidag.htm
Contact Person: Andrew Rollings
Meeting Email: iaarolliusc.es
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

3rd International Contrastive Linguistics Conference Santiago de
Compostela (ICLC 3)welcome, particularly in the
following subject areas: Linguistic Description (grammar,
lexico-semantics, phonetics, phonology, etc), Discourse Analysis,
Pragmatics, Rhetoric, Translation Studies, Cross-Cultural Studies,
Second Language Acquisition, and Languages for Specific Purposes.


FIRST CIRCULAR: CALL FOR PAPERS

- We are pleased to announce that the Third International Contrastive
Linguistics Conference (ICLC-3) will be held from Tues. 23rd to
Fri. 26th September 2003, in the Philology Faculty of Santiago
University, Spain.

- As in our previous conferences, papers of a contrastive nature are
welcome, particularly in the following subject areas: Linguistic
Description (grammar, lexico-semantics, phonetics, phonology, etc),
Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Rhetoric, Translation Studies,
Cross-Cultural Studies, Second Language Acquisition, and Languages for
Specific Purposes.

- Papers will have a maximum duration of 20 minutes (2500 words). To
ensure maximum intelligibility among the audience, they should be
presented preferably in either English or Spanish (Castilian), but
they may if necessary be presented in French, German or Galician.

- If you wish to take part, please send us an abstract before 1st
February 2003. 

The following should be noted: 

- A participant can only present one paper, except that a maximum of
two may be presented, provided both are co-authored.

- The maximum number of named authors/participants per paper will be
three.

- Please let us emphasize the following:

In order to be accepted, abstracts MUST be written, presented and sent
EXACTLY as indicated below.

Section 1: Full name (including academic title or other style of
address) of author or authors (Some correspondence might be addressed
only to the first named)

Section 2: E-mail address , followed by postal address(es) * Please
make quite sure that both of these items are given fully and
correctly!

Section 3: University or other institution, and affiliation(s) (state
whether professor, lecturer, other researcher, or doctoral student)

Section 4: Research Area: please indicate which one (or more) of the
above subject-area labels best applies to your paper

Section 5: Title of paper 

Section 6: Abstract. This must be single-spaced, not more than 10
lines long, and in the language in which the paper will be
presented. (Do not include bibliography.)

- Each section will begin a new line.
- Abstracts MUST be sent by e-mail, as Word attachments, to: iaarolliusc.es
- Under "subject", only write "abstract".
- Please name the attachment as follows: ICLC-3 plus your full name.
- Please use, if possible, the form included at the end of this
Circular. This circular, including the form, will soon be available
on-line (see below).


- The Conference fee will be 90 euros, to be paid before 31st March 2003. 
- If paid between 1st April and the week of the Conference, it will be
115 euros.
- The fee is due from each named author. 
- For undergraduate students, the fee will be 30 euros, to be paid any
time before the Conference.
- After a blind refereeing processs, those papers that fulfil the
requirements of presentation, originality and scientific rigour will
be selected for publication by the Selection Committee.
- We regret that a further fee of 30 euros will have to be charged for
each paper accepted for publication (whether co-authored or not), as a
contribution towards publication and postage costs.

We look forward to your participation.

Kind regards from 
The Organising Committee.


Contact details:

University tel. no.: +34 981 57 53 40 
(or: +34 981 59 44 88 for direct dialling of extensions)
Faculty fax no.:+34 981 57 46 46

Contact details of individual Committee members:
Co-ordinators: tel. extension: e-mail:
Dr. Lu�s Iglesias-R�bade 118 97 iarabadeusc.es
Dr. Andrew Rollings 118 39 iaarolliusc.es 
Dr. Susana Doval-Su�rez 118 91 iasdovalusc.es
Secretaries: 
Dr. M� de los �ngeles G�mez-Gonz�lez 118 56 iadimlyusc.es
Elsa M� Gonz�lez-Alvarez 120 09 iaelsausc.es

Other committee members:
Dr. M� Teresa S�nchez-Roura 118 89 iatrourausc.es 
Dr. Cristina Mour�n-Figueroa 118 32 iacrismfusc.es 
Dr. Teresa Moralejo-G�rate 247 14 iamorausc.es 
Antonio �lvarez-Rodr�guez 244 46 aalvarezlugo.usc.es

Other collaborators:
Dr. Laura Pino-Serrano 118 77 filaurausc.es 
M� Jos� Dom�nguez-V�zquez 118 34 majodomiusc.es 


Postal address:
Dr. Lu�s Iglesias-R�bade
ICLC-3 
Facultad de Filolog�a
Universidad de Santiago 
Avda. de Castelao, s/n
E - 15782 Santiago de Compostela. 
SPAIN.

Website of English Department (with link, in due course, for ICLC-3): 
http://www.usc.es/ia303/benvidag.htm


ICLC-3 
Abstract Proposal Form

1. Name: 
 Prof. Dr Mr First name(s) Surname(s) 
 Miss Ms Mrs 
2. E-mail:
 Postal address(es):

3. Institution:
 Affiliation:
4. Research area (please write X where appropriate):
- Linguistic Description: 
grammar 
lexico-semantics 
phonetics 
phonology 
other (specify) 
- Discourse Analysis 
Pragmatics 
Rhetoric 
Translation Studies 
Cross-Cultural Studies 
Second Language Acquisition 
Languages for Specific Purposes 
Other (if none of the above apply) 

5. Title of Paper: 
6. Abstract: (max. 10 lines)
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Message 2: Child Language Seminar 2003: 2nd announcement

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 11:21:24 -0000
From: Thomas Klee <Thomas.Kleenewcastle.ac.uk>
Subject: Child Language Seminar 2003: 2nd announcement

Child Language Seminar
9-11 July 2003
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, England

2nd Announcement

We are pleased to announce the keynote speakers for CLS2003:

Elena Lieven
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig and
Department of Psychology, University of Manchester

Donna Thal
Department of Communicative Disorders, San Diego State University

Marilyn Vihman
School of Psychology, University of Wales, Bangor

Proposals are invited for papers and posters related to child
language/speech development and disorders. Submission deadline is 28
February 2003. Further information about submitting proposals may be
found at:

http://cls.visitnewcastlegateshead.com

The website also has a list of key dates and a registration form which
may be downloaded. It will be updated regularly to keep you informed of
the latest developments.

Newcastle upon Tyne is a coastal city in the North East of England with
excellent air, rail and road connections (3 hours from London and 1.5
hours from Edinburgh by train). Newcastle and neighbouring Gateshead are
currently bidding to be named European Capital of Culture in 2008 and
are within easy reach of the Northumbrian countryside, County Durham and
North Yorkshire as well as the Scottish Borders. Make plans now for
attending CLS2003!
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