LINGUIST List 13.3379

Fri Dec 20 2002

Calls: Gramatica Generativa/Applied Linguistics

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  1. laurak, Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa, Argentina
  2. kevinzzh, Applied Linguistics & Language, China

Message 1: Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa, Argentina

Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 15:10:53 +0000
From: laurak <lauraknetizen.com.ar>
Subject: Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa, Argentina


II Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa

Short Title: EGG2
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date: 07-Aug-2003 - 09-Aug-2003 
Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2003

Contact Person: Patricia Jacob
Meeting Email: encuentroggyahoo.com.ar
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Sponsored by ALFA (Formal Linguistics Association of Argentina) and
Master in Linguistics (Universidad Nacional del Comahue)

1st CALL FOR PAPERS

The II Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa will be organized by the
Instituto en Lenguas Vivas Juan Ramon Fernandez on August 7-9,
2003. Submissions are invited for papers in any field related to the
formal study of grammar (syntax, morphology, phonology, semantics,
lexical theory, interfaces, language acquisition, philosophy of
language). Talks will be organized around major topics, depending on
the content of the submissions.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

The abstracts should be sent by e-mail as a Word or RTF file to the
following address: encuentroggyahoo.com.ar. Abstracts should be no
longer than two pages, including references and examples, with margins
of at least 1-inch, letter size 12. At the beginning of your email, in
the plain text part of it, please supply the following information: 
- name, 
- affiliation, 
- title of the paper, 
- email address, 
- snail mail address. 

The format of the conference is 30 min for presentation + 10 min for
discussion. The official languages of the conference are Spanish,
Portuguese and English.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS APRIL 1st, 2003. 
Notification of acceptance will be no later than April 30th, 2003.

CONFERENCE FEES (estimated):
- Regular: $ 30 
- Student: free

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 
Cristina Banfi (Universidad Nacional de Cordoba)
Eduardo Bibiloni (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco)
Heles Contreras (University of Washington)
Marcela Depiante (Universidad Nacional del Comahue)
Angela Di Tullio (Universidad Nacional del Comahue)
Celia Jakubowicz (Universite de Paris V CNRS)
Pascual Masullo (University of Pittsburgh)
Nora Múgica (Universidad Nacional del Rosario)
Jairo Nunes (Universidade de Campinas)

Organizing Committee: Patricia Jacob (IES en Lenguas Vivas), Marcela
Depiante (U.N. del Comahue), Laura Kornfeld (CONICET/ Universidad de
Buenos Aires), Silvia Iummato (IES en Lenguas Vivas), Moira Alvarez
(CONICET/ Universidad de Buenos Aires), Julieta Barba (IES en Lenguas
Vivas/ Universidad de Buenos Aires), Lucía Brandani (CONICET/
Universidad de Buenos Aires), Carolina Fraga (IES en Lenguas Vivas),
Mercedes Valerga (ISP Joaquín V. González), Elena
Ganazzoli (Universidad de La Plata) y Cecilia Pfister (ISP
Joaquín V. González)
 
For further information: encuentroggyahoo.com.ar
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Message 2: Applied Linguistics & Language, China

Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 02:31:37 +0000
From: kevinzzh <kevinzzhvip.163.com>
Subject: Applied Linguistics & Language, China


6th International Symposium on Applied Linguistics & Language 
Beijing - Shanghai

Location: Beijing & Shanghai, P.R. China
Date: 07-Oct-2003 - 15-Oct-2003 
Call Deadline: 31-May-2003

Contact Person: Kevin Zhang
Meeting Email: kevinzzhvip.163.com
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The Sixth International Symposium on Applied Linguistics and Language
Teaching (Beijing-Shanghai) now calls for papers. 

1.Symposium title: The 6th International Symposium on Applied
Linguistics & Language Beijing - Shanghai

2. Subject: Developing Language Skills 

3. Date: Oct. 7-15, 2003
i.	Oct. 7 Arrival & registration in Beijing
ii. Oct. 8-9 Plenary & group sessions for paper presentations,
seminars & workshops.
iii. Oct. 10 Visiting places of historical interest (One night of
performance of Beijing opera or equivalent during Oct. 8-10)
iv. Oct. 11 Sight-seeing in the morning & flight to Shanghai in the
afternoon
v. Oct. 12-13 Conference in Shanghai, with a night tour of the Bund &
the new Pudong District
vi.	Oct. 14 Tour of New Shanghai, with some entertainment at night
vii.	Oct. 15 Departure 

4. Location: Beijing and/or Shanghai

5. Call Deadline: 31-May-2003

6. Requirements for abstracts: Papers are invited for 20-minute
presentation in all areas of developing language skills and from any
theoretical perspective. Send one copy of a one-page abstract for
review. The abstract must specify which meeting you wish to present in
(Beijing or Shanghai or both), title of paper, author�Euro(tm)s
name, academic affiliation, current and summer address, phone and fax
number, e-mail, and audiovisual requests. Abstracts must be on a
single page, single spaced, in font size 12, with one inch
margins. Abstract may be submitted via e-mail or mail. If submitted
via email, it may be included in the body of the e-mail message or as
an attachment.
Please do not send abstracts by fax.

7.Contact Persons: 
Mr. Zhang Zhihui (Kevin)
Email address: kevinzzhvip.163.com 
Mail address: Department of Foreign Languages, Beijing University of
Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China
Ms. Aurelia Klink
Email address: Aurelia.Klinkuni.edu
Mail address: Department of International Relations, University of
Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA 50614, USA

8. All presented papers will be published in the Proceedings of the
6th International Symposium on Applied Linguistics and Language
Teaching one year after the conference and will be sent to their
authors by mail.

9. Fees
 10.1. For the Beijing portion: US$550.00
 10.2. For the Shanghai portion: US$500.00
 10.3. For both Beijing & Shanghai, incl. the flight Beijing-Shanghai:
US$1100.00.
 
These fees include US$100.00 for registration and all other expenses
(food, accommodation, transportation, tickets, publication and a
complimentary copy of the proceedings, etc.) They are for double-room
in a 3-star hotel or above. For single room, add $20 per person per
day.
 
10.4. For spouse/child 
 The Beijing portion alone: US$300.00
 The Shanghai portion alone: US$300.00
 Both Beijing & Shanghai, incl. the Beijing-Shanghai flight: US$700.00

10. Registration:
American and European participants may register at Ms. Aurelia Klink,
UNI, USA, while participants of others countries or regions may
register at Mr. Zhang Zhihui, BUAA, China.

11. Sponsors: 
 University of Northern Iowa (UNI), Cedar Falls, IA50614, USA
 Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics (BUAA), PRC
 Shanghai University of Science and Technology, PRC
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