LINGUIST List 14.1708

Mon Jun 16 2003

Calls: General Ling/USA; Phonetics/Phonology/Germany

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  1. nels, 34th Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Linguistic Society
  2. wiese, Phonetics-Phonology Interface

Message 1: 34th Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Linguistic Society

Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 00:01:49 +0000
From: nels <nelsic.sunysb.edu>
Subject: 34th Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Linguistic Society


34th Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Linguistic Society 
Short Title: NELS 34

Date: 07-NOV-03 - 09-NOV-03
Location: Stony Brook, New York, United States of America
Contact: NELS Organizational Committee
Contact Email: nelsic.sunysb.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.ic.sunysb.edu/Clubs/nels

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 01-Jul-2003

Meeting Description:

NELS 34

THE 34TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTH EASTERN LINGUISTIC SOCIETY

NOVEMBER 7-9, 2003

SUNY AT STONY BROOK
(Stony Brook University)
STONY BROOK, NY 


INVITED SPEAKERS:

GUGLIELMO CINQUE - UNIVERSITY OF VENICE

ELLEN BROSELOW - SUNY AT STONY BROOK

RICHARD LARSON - SUNY AT STONY BROOK

DAN JURAFSKY - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER


CALL FOR PAPERS: Abstracts are invited for 20-minute presentations
(plus 10 minutes for questions) on any aspect of theoretical
linguistics. Abstracts are also invited for poster sessions to be held
throughout the conference (please specify whether you would like your
abstract to be considered for a poster presentation.) Those chosen as
alternates will also be given the opportunity to present a
poster. Submissions are limited to one singly authored and one jointly
authored abstract per author or two jointly authored abstracts.

CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSION: Abstracts are invited for a special session
on Sentence and Speech Processing. Talks given as a part of this
special session will be 20 minutes long, followed by 10 minutes of
discussion. Additionally, we will be holding a poster session on
Sentence and Speech Processing. Please indicate on your submission if
you would like your abstract to be considered for this special
session, indicating also whether you would like to be considered to
present a poster or a talk.

ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION: Abstracts should be submitted as PDF attachments
to an e-mail to nelsic.sunysb.edu Please use the subject ABSTRACT in
your e-mail, including the following information in the body of the
message:
- Author's Name(s) and Contact Information
- Affiliation
- Title of the abstract
- Area of specification of the paper (syntax, phonology...)
- Please specify if you would like to have your paper considered as a
poster or for the special session. If you would like your abstract to
be considered for the special poster session please indicate this.

If there is any reason that you are unable to submit your paper in the
above format, please contact the organizers. Those wishing to submit a
paper version of the abstract should make sure that the abstract
arrives at the following address no later than the abstract deadline:
NELS Organizational Committee
Department of Linguistics
SUNY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376

ATTN: NELS ABSTRACT
 

ABSTRACT FORMAT: Abstracts should be limited to one page in length,
with 1" margins and use no smaller than 11 point font.
Abstracts may also include a second page limited to examples and
references, also with 1" margins and 11 point font.

THE DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS 
JULY 1, 2003.

AUTHORS WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THE ABSTRACT'S RESULTS BY AUGUST 31, 2003.
For more information, please browse our website or e-mail the
conference organizers at nelsic.sunysb.edu

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Message 2: Phonetics-Phonology Interface

Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 08:45:02 +0000
From: wiese <wiesestaff.uni-marburg.de>
Subject: Phonetics-Phonology Interface


Phonetics-Phonology Interface - Section of German Linguistics Society
Meeting
Short Title: Phonetics-Phonology

Date: 25-Feb-2004 - 27-Feb-2004
Location: Mainz, Germany
Contact: Richard Wiese
Contact Email: wiesestaff.uni-marburg.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-mainz.de/dgfs2004/

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology, Phonetics 
Call Deadline: 15-Aug-2003

Meeting Description:

The section is part of the annual meeting of the German Linguistics
Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft f�r Sprachwissenschaft) taking place
at the Johannes-Gutenberg-Universit�t Mainz. The conference includes
plenary sessions and twelve parallel thematic sections. The
relationship between phonetics and phonology is a traditional as well
as recent area of discussion. The notions of contrast and
categoriality seem to suggest a strict line of division; phonetic
naturalness, on the other hand, has always played a central role in
the development of phonological theories. More recent debates focus on
the status of gradience in phonology or on the role of acoustic cues
and/or articulatory gestures.

Papers in this section will discuss such issues surrounding the
phonetics-phonology interface, including questions of whether and how
to incorporate both components into a single constraint-based grammar,
or of finding phonetic explanations for synchronic and diachronic
phonological phenomena.

The section is organized by Wolfgang Kehrein and Richard Wiese,
Philipps-Universit�t Marburg. Authors should submit a one page
abstract including names, affiliation, address, and e-mail. The
abstracts should be submitted electronically (in postscript, pdf, html
or ascii) to Richard Wiese (wiesestaff.uni-marburg.de) by August 15,
2003. Notifications will be sent by September 5, 2003.
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