LINGUIST List 14.2125

Mon Aug 11 2003

Calls: Phonology/Germany; Ling & Literature/Japanese

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  1. khilde, Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology
  2. yuki.johnson, Association of Teachers of Japanese 2004 Seminar

Message 1: Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology

Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 10:00:50 +0000
From: khilde <khildeuni-leipzig.de>
Subject: Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology


Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology 

Date: 07-Apr-2004 - 08-Apr-2004
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Contact: Kristine Hildebrandt
Contact Email: khildeuni-leipzig.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~kahilde/workshop.html

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology 
Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2003

Meeting Description:

The theme of this workshop is the role of the ''word'' in phonology
and morphology from the perspective of both theory and typology.
Absracts are invited on papers dealing with any aspects of the theory
or typology of the word, including diagnostics for phonological and
grammatical words (and conflicts within these), the relationship
between phonological and grammatical words, phonological processes
bounded by the word, the relevance of the word for prosodic morphology
and tone, and other phenomena that make reference to phonological and
grammatical words. Papers will be 45 minutes, including about 15
minutes for discussion. Please send an electronic (PDF if including
special fonts) of an anonymous, one-page abstract to Kristine
Hildebrandt at khildeuni-leipzig.de
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Message 2: Association of Teachers of Japanese 2004 Seminar

Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 16:12:53 +0000
From: yuki.johnson <yuki.johnsonutoronto.ca>
Subject: Association of Teachers of Japanese 2004 Seminar


Association of Teachers of Japanese 2004 Seminar 
Short Title: ATJ Seminar 2004

Date: 04-Mar-2004 - 04-Mar-2004
Location: San Diego, CA, United States of America
Contact: Yuki Johnson
Contact Email: yuki.johnsonutoronto.ca 
Meeting URL: http://www.japaneseteaching.org/ATJseminar/2004/

Linguistic Sub-field: Ling & Literature, Language Acquisition, General
Linguistics 
Subject Language: Japanese
Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2003

Meeting Description:

The Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ) 2004 Seminar will take
place at The San Diego Town & Country Resort, in San Diego, in
conjunction with the annual meeting of the Association for Asian
Studies, on Thursday, March 4, 2004. The Seminar will feature a full
day of concurrent sessions with presentations by ATJ members on
linguistics, literature, second-language acquisition and
pedagogy. 

Call for Proposals/Panels for ATJ Seminar 2004

The Association of Teachers of Japanese calls for papers/panels in the
areas of Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Literature, Second Language
Acquisition in Japanese, and Japanese Language Pedagogy. ATJ also
welcomes session proposals from the Association's Special Interest
Groups (SIGs). Individual papers are 20 minutes long with an
additional 5 minutes for discussion. Organized panels are 100 minutes
long in total and should be limited to four active participants (four
paper presenters, or three presenters and one discussant). An abstract
for an individual paper should be no more than 300 words in English
(or 700 characters in Japanese). For organized panels, a maximum
300-word (or 700 characters in Japanese) abstract is required from
each participant, in addition to a maximum 300-word (or 700 characters
in Japanese) abstract for the panel itself.

Sessions will be held concurrently beginning at 10:00 a.m. Admission
is free for members of ATJ and our sister organization, the National
Council of Japanese Language Teachers (NCJLT). There will be a
registration fee of $35 for non-members.

Submission of abstracts is accepted either on-line at
(http://www.japaneseteaching.org/ATJseminar/2004/) or by mail. If
submitting by mail, please send five copies of abstracts (including
title and language of presentation, but not showing the name of
authors) and a single 3''x5'' card indicating: (1) subject area; (2)
the title of the paper (along with the English title, if in Japanese);
(3) author's name; (4) author's address; (5) author's affiliation; (6)
phone and fax number; (7) email address; and (8) any equipment needs
to:

Seminar Committee Chair, Prof. Yuki Johnson
Department of East Asian Studies, University of Toronto,
130 St. George St. #14-087 Toronto, ON M5S-3H1.

Deadline: October 31, 2003.

In addition, please pay attention to the following in submitting your
abstract:
1) All presenters must be ATJ members. The membership form can be
downloaded from the ATJ web site. Please submit it to the ATJ office
accordingly by the end of February.
2) We reserve the right to limit each submitter to one paper in any
authorship status.
3) Any information that may reveal your identity should not be
included in the abstract.
4) Due to the high cost of renting AV equipment, there will be a
charge for presenters who wish to give computer-based presentations
using an LCD projector.

Selection of papers/panels will be made by the planning committee.
Evaluation criteria will include (1) innovative ideas/theories, (2)
strength of arguments, and (3) in the case of a panel, unity of the
papers vis-�-vis the topic of the panel.

Information on hotel accommodations can be found at the web site of
the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), http://www.aasianst.org,
whose conference is held at the same venue beginning March 4, 2004.

The full schedule for the 2004 ATJ Seminar, including times and room
assignments, will be announced in January.
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