LINGUIST List 14.2434

Mon Sep 15 2003

Calls: Linguistic Theories/CA USA; General Ling/Greece

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  1. raranovich, 23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
  2. staurou, Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Message 1: 23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 18:08:56 +0000
From: raranovich <raranovichucdavis.edu>
Subject: 23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 
Short Title: WCCFL 23

Date: 23-Apr-2004 - 25-Apr-2004
Location: Davis, CA, United States of America
Contact: Ra´┐Żl Aranovich
Contact Email: wccflucdavis.edu 
Meeting URL: http://linguistics.ucdavis.edu/wccfl23


Linguistic Sub-field: Linguistic Theories 
Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2003


Meeting Description:

Abstracts from all areas of formal linguistics from any theoretical
perspective are invited for 20-minute talks for the general
session. There will also be a special session on formal approaches to
Spanish and Portuguese linguistics. Abstract for the special session
are also invited for 20 minute talks. WCCFL 23 West Coast Conference
on Formal Linguistics University of California, Davis

4/23/2004 - 4/25/2004

Davis, California

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

General session: Abstracts from all areas of formal linguistics from
any theoretical perspective are invited for 20-minute talks.

Invited Speakers:

Georgia Green (UIUC), 
Robert Kluender (UCSD)

Special session: Formal Approaches to Spanish and Portuguese
Linguistics

Abstracts are invited for 20 minute talks. 

Invited Speaker:

Jose Hualde (UIUC)

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: November 30, 2003

Abstract requirements: Submissions are limited to one individual and
one joint abstract (or, two joint abstracts) per author. Abstract text
should be single-spaced on one letter size (8.5x11 inch) or A4 page,
in 11 point or larger font and one inch margins on all sides. An
additional page for data, tables, figures, charts, graphics, and/or
references may be included.

Submission by e-mail is preferred, but snail-mail submissions will be
accepted if absolutely necessary.

E-mail submission: Send e-mail message to wccflucdavis.edu. Attach an
anonymous pdf (preferred) or postsrcipt file to your message. The
subject line should read ''abstract'' and the body of the message
should contain the following information:

Title of the paper
Area(s) of linguistics (phonology, syntax, etc)
Session (general or special)
Name(s) of author(s)
Affiliation(s)
e-mail address(es)
Snail-mail address(es)
Phone number (optional)

Snail-mail submission (discouraged): Mail ten anonymous copies of your
abstract and an index card containing the information specified above
to:

WCCFL committee
Linguistics Department
UC Davis
One Shields Ave.
Davis, CA 95616

Allow ample time for receipt of snail-mailed abstracts. Abstracts
received after the deadline cannot be accepted even if the delay was
beyond the author's control.

Notification of acceptance will take place in early February, 2004.

For more information, please visit the WCCFL 23 web site at
http://linguistics.ucdavis.edu/wccfl23

The WCCFL committee thanks the linguistics department and the
department of Spanish and Portuguese at UC Davis for sponsoring WCCFL
23.
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Message 2: Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 08:45:45 +0000
From: staurou <stauroulit.auth.gr>
Subject: Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Generative Linguistics in the Old World 
Short Title: GLOW 2004

Date: 18-Apr-2020 - 21-Apr-2020
Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
Contact: Melita Stavrou
Contact Email: stauroulit.auth.gr 
Meeting URL: http://glow.uvt.nl


Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: First call for abstracts for the GLOW meeting.

The GLOW Colloquium (Generative Linguistics in the Old World) will be
held in Thessaloniki, Greece, in April 2004. The main colloquium will
take place from the 19th to the 21st of April and will be preceded by
the three Glow Workshops on the 18th. The GLOW Colloquium (Generative
Linguistics in the Old World) will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece, in
April 2004, hosted by the Linguistics and the German Department of the
Aristotle University. The Colloquium will take place from April 19 to
April 21, preceded by three workshops on April 18. The theme of the
Colloquium is free. The three workshops will be on (1) Tense, Aspect,
Modality, (2) Theoretical approaches to language contact and (3)
(Phonology) Markedness. The deadline for submissions for the
Colloquium and the workshops is December, 1st. This is the first
call. The description of the workshops and information for the
submission of abstracts can be obtained at the GLOW website
http://glow.uvt.nl You may also visit the local organisers' webpage
at: www.auth.gr/del/GLOW2004 Information concerning the local
organisation, registration fee, bookings, travel and accommodation as
well as other events will be available with the second call the first
week of October.

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