LINGUIST List 14.1611

Sat Jun 7 2003

Calls: Phonetics/Spanish/USA;Computational Ling/Sweden

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  1. mdiazcam, Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
  2. K�lm�n Abari, 16th Joint Annual Conference of ALLC and ACH

Message 1: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology

Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2003 00:06:43 +0000
From: mdiazcam <mdiazcamindiana.edu>
Subject: Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology


Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology 

Date: 17-Sep-2004 - 19-Sep-2004
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, United States of America
Contact: Manuel Diaz-Campos
Contact Email: mdiazcamindiana.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.indiana.edu/~spanport/conference/home.html

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonetics 
Subject Language: Spanish
Subject Language Family: Romance

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2004

Meeting Description:

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (followed by 10 minutes of
discussion) addressing any topic in the areas of Spanish phonetics or
phonology from an experimental perspective. The phrase "laboratory
approaches" is intended in its broadest possible sense and includes
any experimental work that offers insight into the sound pattern of
Spanish. This may include, but is not limited to data from phonetics,
perception, acquisition, psycholinguistic and phonological variation
studies. 2nd Conference on Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonetics
and Phonology

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Indiana University, Bloomington

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September 17-19, 2004

Call for papers

Guidelines for abstracts are as follows:

- Authors may submit only one abstract for the conference.
- Abstracts (and talks) may be in English or Spanish.
- Send one copy of a one page abstract for review (there may be an
additional page for references).
- Abstracts may be only submitted by e-mail
(mdiazcamindiana.edu). Please submit the abstract as an
attachment. Use Word, Times New Roman Font, 12-point font size, and at
least one-inch margins. In the body of your e-mail include the
following information: title of paper, name, academic affiliation,
current and summer address, phone and fax number, e-mail, and
audiovisual requests.
- DEADLINE: All submissions must be received by January 15, 2004.
- If you need more information our web page address is:
http://www.indiana.edu/~spanport/conference/home.html
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Message 2: 16th Joint Annual Conference of ALLC and ACH

Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2003 11:36:12 +0200
From: K�lm�n Abari <abarikdelfin.klte.hu>
Subject: 16th Joint Annual Conference of ALLC and ACH



The Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC) and the
Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) hereby announce
their 2004 joint conference to be held in G�teborg (Gothenburg),
Sweden


Computing and Multilingual, Multicultural Heritage

16th Joint Annual Conference of ALLC and ACH
June 11-16, 2004, G�teborg (Gothenburg), Sweden


The joint conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic
Computing (ALLC) and the Association for Computers and the Humanities
(ACH) is the oldest established meeting of scholars working at the
intersection of advanced information technologies and the humanities,
annually attracting a distinguished international community of
scholars at the forefront of their fields.

The 2004 conference has two aims. First, we invite papers and
contributions in all areas related to humanities computing and the
application of advanced information technologies in humanities
subjects, including linguistics, literature, cultural and historical
studies, translation studies, media studies and digital
collections. Papers on research and on teaching are both of interest.
Papers may report on new theoretical and methodological advances in
any relevant field. Second, within this context, the conference is
expected to address the increased challenges of multilingualism, an
issue manifested by the further enlargement of Europe and the process
of integration of nations world wide. We thus also encourage papers
related to the linguistic and cultural issues of multilingual
communities.

It is clear that specialists in humanities computing can help achieve
these aims through individual scientific and educational tasks and
joint projects, as well as by making available their research base
through educational and electronic library resources. We believe that
responding to these new challenges will also have a fertilizing effect
on humanities computing as a whole by opening up new ways and
methodologies to enhance the use of computers and computation in a
wide range of humanities disciplines.

The Call for Papers for the 2004 Joint ALLC/ACH Conference will be
published in June 2003. We welcome presentations in English, French,
German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish.

Further information on the research and educational activities as well
as on past conferences of the two associations can be found at
http://www.allc.org (ALLC) and http://www.ach.org (ACH). For an
overview of the range of topics covered by humanities computing please
refer to the journals of the Associations, Literary and Linguistic
Computing (http://www.oup.co.uk) and Computers and the Humanities
(http://www.kluweronline.com).

The conference website can be visited at:
http://www.hum.gu.se/allcach2004

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