LINGUIST List 14.2165

Thu Aug 14 2003

Calls: Semantics/IL USA; Typology/Universals

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  1. kennedy, Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14
  2. jytak, Journal of Universal Language

Message 1: Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14

Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 14:47:50 +0000
From: kennedy <kennedynorthwestern.edu>
Subject: Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14


Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14 
Short Title: SALT 14

Date: 14-May-2004 - 16-May-2004
Location: Evanston, IL, United States of America
Contact: Chris Kennedy
Contact Email: salt14northwestern.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.ling.northwestern.edu/~salt14

Linguistic Sub-field: Semantics

Meeting Description:

Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 14 at Northwestern University
Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 14 will take place May 14-16,
2004 at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. The invited speakers
are:

Barbara Abbott (Michigan State)
Chris Barker (UCSD)
Kai von Fintel (MIT)
Barbara Partee (UMass Amherst)
Mark Steedman (University of Edinburgh)

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is January 15, 2004.
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Message 2: Journal of Universal Language

Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 01:36:13 +0000
From: jytak <jytaksejong.ac.kr>
Subject: Journal of Universal Language


Journal of Universal Language	

Call Deadline: 01-Sep-2003 

Final Call for the Journal of Universal Language (4:2)

Honorarium: 
As a token of our gratitude, the authors whose paper will appear in
the Journal of Universal Language will be given the $1,000 honorarium
(which is subject to taxation).

Topic Areas: 
The Journal of Universal Language is concerned with: -artificial
language, communication & culture in language usage, typology, and
universality in language; -interdisciplinary contributions written
with applied linguists in mind; -brief notes, comments or observation
concerning official language; -reaction/replies to recent papers.

The editors encourage the submission of papers on proposed themes as
well as on other topics relevant to the interest of the Journal of
Universal Language. Each volume contains two issues, published in
March and September. The language of publication is English.

Format: 
1. The length of a manuscript should not exceed 25 pages. 
2. A 200-word abstract should be given at the beginning of each
manuscript.
3. Manuscripts should be submitted on A4 paper, with the margins at
least 4cm on all four sides of each sheet. They may be single-spaced
and/or double-sided, if desired.

Important Dates: 
No Submission deadline: We accept manuscripts throughout the year. 
Notification of acceptance: September 1, 2003 
Submission of camera-ready papers: September 15, 2003 

Submissions: 
1. Electronic submissions are acceptable. Acceptable file formats are
Portable Document Format (.pdf) and MS Word (.doc). Please send your
file in an attachment to jytaksejong.ac.kr.
2. For hard copy submissions, please send 3 copies, accompanied by a
cover letter which includes the author's name, affiliation, address,
and home or office phone number, to:

Jin-young Tak, Editor 
Department of English Language/Literature 
Sejong University 
Dasan-gwan 435 Gunja-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea 
e-mail:jytaksejong.ac.kr 

TOC (Journal of Universal Language 4:1): 
Purev Jaimai & Hyun Seok Park 
Representing Unish Grammar Based on Tree 
Adjoining Grammar Formalism 
Eun-Joo Kwak 
Comparisons between Pidgins and 'Unish' 
David Odden 
Languages and Universals 
Neil Olsen 
Marketing an International Auxiliary Language: 
Challenges to a New Artificial Language 
Miho Sasaki 
The Writing System of an Artificial Language: 
For Efficient Orthographic Processing 
Andrey Yakovlev 
Evolution of the Pattern of Pronouns and Pronominal 
Adverbs in Artificial Language 

For more information: http://www.unish.org/ 

 


 
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