LINGUIST List 13.633

Thu Mar 7 2002

Calls: Reduplication, English Lang Teaching

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  1. Bernhard Hurch, Call for Papers - Reduplication
  2. KEVIN LANDRY, The Fourth Annual Korea TESOL Conference: CALL FOR PAPERS

Message 1: Call for Papers - Reduplication

Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2002 15:25:32 +0100
From: Bernhard Hurch <bernhard.hurchuni-graz.at>
Subject: Call for Papers - Reduplication

Graz Conference on Reduplication

University of Graz, Austria, November 2-4, 2002


Call for Papers


Due to developments in phonological and morphological theory, the
discussion of reduplication has very much attracted the attention of
scholars in our field and the number of publications on the topic has
increased considerably. The major part of these studies, though, have
approached the problem from a theory-centric point of view and
substantial problems have been subordinated to theoretical issues.
Therefore we feel the need for discussion and clarification of more
essential problems. Such topics include:

� the role of reduplication within morphology
� the interaction of reduplication with other grammatical,
phonological, and prosodic processes
� the semantics of reduplication
� delimitation from other related phenomena (cyclicity, recursivity,
assimilative processes, etc.)
� reduplication and typological factors
� areal considerations
� diachrony
� productivity
� types and entities
� Pidgins/Creoles
� sign languages
� language acquisition etc.

The scholars who have already agreed to present a paper at the
conference are:

Aronoff, Mark , On reduplication and the order of operations
Bakker, Peter, Reduplication in Pidgins and Creoles
Downing, Laura, Tone and reduplication in Southern Bantu languages
Dressler, Wolfgang, On reduplication in language acquisition
Eisenberg, Peter, t.b.a.
Himmelmann, Nikolaus, Reduplication phenomena in (mostly western)
Austronesian languages
Inkelas, Sharon, Opacity in infixing reduplication
Maas, Utz,
Rubino, Carl, Reduplication: Form, Function, and Distribution
Shaw, Patricia, Reduplication in the languages of the American N.-W.
Wilbur, Ronnie, Reduplication in sign language
Zoll, Cheryl, t.b.a.
Hurch, Bernhard, On the productivity of reduplication


About a dozen additional papers will be accepted for presentation.
Mouton de Gruyter have already pronounced their interest in publishing
the results of the conference.

We invite scholars to submit an abstract of 1-2 pages by June 30th,
2002. Notification of acceptance will be sent out by July 31st, 2002.

Organisational details concerning participation, accommodation, etc.
will be accessible later on the homepage of the Institute.

The meeting will take place at the
University of Graz
Institute of Linguistics
Merangasse 70
A-8010 Graz
Austria

for further information please contact:

bernhard.hurchuni-graz.at


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Message 2: The Fourth Annual Korea TESOL Conference: CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 09:39:32 -0500 (EST)
From: KEVIN LANDRY <jediknight_kryahoo.com>
Subject: The Fourth Annual Korea TESOL Conference: CALL FOR PAPERS

The Fourth Annual KOTESOL Conference 
Co-sponsored by Seoul and Gyunggi Chapters 
TESOL 2002: Reflecting on ELT in Korea
May, 18th, 2002, at Suwon University, Gyunggi-do,
Korea 

CALL FOR PAPERS
The 2002 Seoul-Gyunggi-do Conference Committee invites presentation
proposals for its annual conference in the following areas of English
language teaching and learning: Elementary education, Secondary
education, Tertiary education, Action research/classroom based
research, Testing and assessment, CALL or MALL, Teacher training and
development, Global and cross-cultural issues, Teaching methodologies
and approaches, ESP, Grammar, Course and curriculum design, and Other
relevant areas of EFL/ESL. 50 minutes are allotted for each
presentation. Please send your presentation proposal to
mjkang5hotmail.com by April 15th, 2002.

PRESENTATION PROPOSAL

Presentation title
:___________________________________________________
Type: _____ workshop _______ paper ________
panel 
Equipment: ____ OHP ____ VCR _____ Computer 
_____ Other 
Number of the presenters: ________
Presenter's information
Name: ________________________ Email:
______________________________
Affiliation:
____________________________________________________________
Phone: home)____________________work) 
______________________________
Address:
_____________________________________________________________

For your abstract and biographical data, please use a separate sheet
with the title, presenter's name and affiliation on each
sheet. Maximum length for bio and abstract respectively: 100-150
words.

If you have any questions, please contact the
Conference Coordinator, Myung-Jai Kang (Yeojoo
Institute of Technology) at 031-880-5316(office),
019-246-1251(cell), reginamail.yeojoo.ac.kr. Please
visit www.kotesol.org/seoul/ for more.
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