LINGUIST List 14.1087

Fri Apr 11 2003

Calls: Athabascan Lang/CA USA; Cognition/Lang

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  1. golla, Morphological Change and Comparative Work in Athabascan Languages
  2. Gilles Col, CORELA, Cognition, Representation, Language, Vol.1, num 1

Message 1: Morphological Change and Comparative Work in Athabascan Languages

Date: 12 Apr 2003 00:09:38 -0000
From: golla <gollassila.org>
Subject: Morphological Change and Comparative Work in Athabascan Languages

	
Morphological Change and Comparative Work in Athabascan Languages 

Date: 07-Jun-2003 - 07-Jun-2003
Location: Arcata, California, United States of America
Contact: Keren Rice
Contact Email: ricechass.utoronto.ca 
	
Linguistic Sub-field: Historical Linguistics 
Subject Language:Athapaskan
Call Deadline: 25-Apr-2003
	
This is a session of the following conference: Athabascan Languages
Conference
	
Meeting Description:
	
The aim of this special session at the 2003 Athabascan Languages
Conference (Arcata, CA, June 7, 2003) is to exchange research results
and stimulate new work in the field of diachronic studies within the
Athabascan language family. Papers on historical morphology are
especially welcome.
	
The 2003 Athabascan Languages Conference will feature a special
session on ''Morphological Change and Comparative Work in Athabascan
languages'' (June 7), organized by Dagmar Jung (University of Cologne)
and Keren Rice (University of Toronto). The aim of the session is to
exchange research results and stimulate new work in the field of
diachronic studies within the Athabascan language family. Papers on
historical morphology are especially welcome. Topics may include
morphological change within one language or within a whole language
group. Investigations of historical changes that have led to the
restructuring of grammatical categories are of special interest. Since
within the last few years new Athabascan data has become available,
this special session may also result in a re-evaluation of Athabascan
dialect and language relationships.
	
Anyone interested in participating in this session should email a
short abstract to the organizers (ricechass.utoronto.ca or
djunguni-koeln.de) with a copy to Victor Golla (gollavhumboldt.edu).
	
Abstracts must be received no later than April 25.
	
General information on the 2003 Athabascan Languages Conference,
including information on travel and accommodations, can be found at
the Conference website (http://www.uaf.edu/anlc/alc).

	
	
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Message 2: CORELA, Cognition, Representation, Language, Vol.1, num 1

Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 15:12:46 +0200
From: Gilles Col <Gilles.Colext.univ-poitiers.fr>
Subject: CORELA, Cognition, Representation, Language, Vol.1, num 1



COgnition, REpresentation, LAngages (CORELA) est une nouvelle revue de
sciences du langage en France. Elle vient de mettre en lignes son premier
num�ro.

Vous le trouverez sur le site de la revue (http://revue-corela.org) et sur
le site du Cerlico (Cercle Linguistique du Centre et de l'Ouest)
(http://cerlico.org, consultable avec Netscape), sous diff�rents formats.

Nous attendons d�s � pr�sent vos propositions d'article pour le procha
in num�ro, pr�vu en d�cembre 2003 (date de r�ception des propositions
d'articles: septembre 2003).

Gilles COL
Universit� Fran�ois-Rabelais, Tours, France
Directeur de publication
http://revue-corela.org


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Gilles Col, Universit� Fran�ois-Rabelais (Tours) et FORELL (Poitiers)
 Dir. revue CORELA -Cognition, Repr�sentations, Langages
 http://revue-corela.org
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