LINGUIST List 13.992

Wed Apr 10 2002

Calls: Fluency Disorders, Lang & Terrorism

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  1. Ian MacKay, Call: Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders
  2. Lamont Antieau, call for papers

Message 1: Call: Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders

Date: Tue, 09 Apr 2002 17:12:07 -0400
From: Ian MacKay <imackayuottawa.ca>
Subject: Call: Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders

First Announcement / Call for Papers


The International Fluency Association

Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders

August 11-15, 2003

Montr�al

Qu�bec, Canada.

Information now available at: http://www.ifacongress2003.com





Ian MacKay
Phonetics Laboratory
Department of Linguistics
University of Ottawa
imackayuottawa.ca

(Please do NOT send e-mail to Ian MacKay regarding the
Congress. Contact information can be found on the website. Thank you.)

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Message 2: call for papers

Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 23:09:11 -0400
From: Lamont Antieau <elwouldix.netcom.com>
Subject: call for papers

Call for Papers: 2002 South Atlantic Modern Linguistic Association Linguistics
"Language and the War on Terrorism."

SAMLA Linguistics is seeking papers for its session at the 2002 SAMLA
Convention in Baltimore, Maryland, in November. The title of the
session is "Language and the War on Terrorism." Presentations will be
20 minutes long with 10 minutes for discussion. We will consider
papers using such linguistic approaches to the subject as discourse
analysis, pragmatics, corpus linguistics, and lexicography, as well as
more literary approaches examining rhetoric and style. Abstracts
(300-word maximum) are to be sent to Lamont Antieau
antieauarches.uga.edu by April 27th.
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