LINGUIST List 13.3152

Mon Dec 2 2002

Calls: General Ling/Speech Production

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  1. Lexik, International Linguistic Association, New York USA
  2. agwuele, Texas Linguistics Society Conference, Austin TX USA

Message 1: International Linguistic Association, New York USA

Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 10:51:41 +0000
From: Lexik <>
Subject: International Linguistic Association, New York USA

International Linguistic Association: 48th Annual Conference

Location: New York, U.S.A.
Date: 04-Apr-2003 - 06-Apr-2003

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2003

Web Site:
Contact Person: Johanna Woltjer
Meeting Email:
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description: 

The 48th Annual Conference of the International Linguistic Association
will convene at New York University for three days. Proposals on any
topic in linguistics are welcome. Each year the conference features
special sessions devoted to a particular topic. This year the special
topic is ''Dialects and Dialectology.'' Plenary sessions will feature
presentations by Walt Wolfram, professor of linguistics (University of
North Carolina), and Joan Hall, editor-in-chief of The Dictionary of
American Regional English (University of Wisconsin).
Single-spaced, anonymous abstracts of not more than 425 words should
clearly state the problems addressed, or research questions, and some
indication of results or conclusions. Send via e-mail to the
conference coordinator, preferably as an attachment, with (separately)
name, title of paper, addresses, affiliation,and audio-visual
equipment needed. Simultaneously, send to the coordinator, via snail
mail, and in a size 10 (4 1/8*9 1/2) envelope, 1 hardcopy of the
abstract, for editing and verification purposes. Those wishing to
propose panels, or special sessions, etc., should contact the program
chair. Time allotted will be 20 minutes for delivery of the paper
plus 5 minutes discussion. Deadline for receipt of abstracts is
January 15, 2003.
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Message 2: Texas Linguistics Society Conference, Austin TX USA

Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 10:58:26 -0600 (CST)
From: agwuele <>
Subject: Texas Linguistics Society Conference, Austin TX USA

2003 Texas Linguistics Society Conference

Venue: The University of Texas at Austin
Date: March 7-9, 2003

Theme: The Dynamics of Coarticulation in Speech Production and 

Invited Speakers: 

Dr. B.Lindblom. UT at Austin, and Stockholm University Sweden
Dr. John Ohala. UC Berkeley
Dr. S. Blumstein. Brown University, Providence
Dr. K. Johnson. Ohio State University
Dr. H. Sussman. UT at Austin
Dr. A. Jongman. University of Kansas, Lawrence


We invite anonymous abstracts for twenty-minute talks followed by
10-minute discussion. Abstracts should be related to the conference
theme: "Dynamics of coarticulation in speech production and
perception." Abstracts must not exceed one page in length (11 point
font, 1 inch margins in all directions). A second page is allowed for
data and references.

Authors may submit at most one individual and one joint
abstract. Joint abstracts should designate one address for
communication with TLS.

Only e-mail submission of abstracts will be accepted. They must be
submitted as attachments to an e-mail message. They may not be
contained within the body of a message.

The body of the message should include all information listed in 1-5 

Author Information

1. Name(s) of author(s)

2. Title of paper

3. Affiliation(s)

4. E-mail address(es)

5. Postal address(es)

Please use 'TLS 2003_Abstract' as the Subject header. 

Abstracts must be submitted in either Word document or PDF format. No
other formats will be accepted. We will acknowledge the receipt of
abstracts by e-mail. Electronic submissions of abstracts and all
queries should be directed to the TLS 2003 e-mail address:

Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 15, 2002

Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, and notification of acceptance 
will be sent by January 15, 2003. Registration and conference information 
will appear on the website of the Texas Linguistics Society, University of 
Texas at Austin.
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