LINGUIST List 14.2858

Tue Oct 21 2003

Calls: Text/Corpus Ling/NJ, USA; General Ling/TX, USA

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  1. aaacl, The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics
  2. ntrue, FIGS Conference

Message 1: The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics

Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2003 19:06:46 +0000
From: aaacl <aaaclmail.montclair.edu>
Subject: The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics

The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics The Fifth
North American Symposium

Short Title: AAACL Symposium

Date: 21-May-2004 - 23-May-2004
Location: Upper Montclair, NJ, United States of America
Contact: Melinda Moss-Senel
Contact Email: aaaclmail.montclair.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.chss.montclair.edu/linguistics/aaacl/index.html

Linguistic Sub-field: Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Jan-2004

Meeting Description:

The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics
The Fifth North American Symposium on Corpus Linguistics
May 21 - 23, 2004
MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY
Upper Montclair, NJ
Sponsored by the Montclair State Linguistics Department
The American Association for Applied Corpus Linguistics

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The Fifth North American Symposium on Corpus Linguistics

May 21 - 23, 2004

MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY
Upper Montclair, NJ

Sponsored by the Montclair State Linguistics Department

Deadline for Submission: January 1, 2004

Notice of Acceptance/Rejection: January 31, 2004

Send submissions to:
Symposium on Corpus Linguistics
Linguistics Department
Montclair State University
Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
USA

E-mail address: aaaclmail.montclair.edu

Web site address:

http://www.chss.montclair.edu/linguistics/aaacl/index.html

Papers, Colloquia, and Posters are invited on topics including (but
not limited to):

*design of corpora
*corpus annotation
*linguistic analyses of corpora
*the use of corpora in language teaching and learning
*parallel corpora
*learner corpora
*ESP and LSP corpora
*lexicography
*register/genre variation
*tagging/parsing
*concordancing
*software development

Abstracts submitted must represent original, unpublished research and
should follow the guidelines below.

Submission Guidelines:

Individual Papers should be 20 minutes long with an additional 10
minutes for discussion.

Posters are for one-on-one discussion of work in progress. Posters are
especially effective for presenting data visually (in charts, graphs,
or tables). Narrative discussion is best presented in bullet format. A
block of time will be designated when presenters are available to
discuss their posters. Upon acceptance, presenters will receive
guidelines for their posters.

For a Poster or a Paper, send a copy of an abstract, no more than 250
words long, typed on a single page. On a separate page, place the
submitter's name, address, institutional affiliation, phone and fax
numbers, and e-mail address.

Colloquium Proposals are invited for 1 ½ hour blocks. Colloquium
organizers may divide their time as they choose, but time should be
allocated for opening and closing remarks, presentations, discussants
(if included) and extended audience response. Colloquium organizers
serve as the liaison between participants in their colloquium and the
Site Committee, and are responsible for communication among these
participants. A colloquium proposal abstract should include the
following: - One copy of a single page statement from the organizer
explaining the theme of the colloquium, how the individual
presentations relate to one another, and how the time will be
allocated. Include organizer's name, institutional affiliation,
address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address in the upper
left-hand corner. - One copy of a 250 word abstract typed on a single
page for each individual presentation. In the upper left-hand corner
place the presenter's name, institutional affiliation, address, phone
and fax numbers, and e-mail address.

Proposal abstracts can be submitted by mailing in the information or
by sending as a Word attachment via e-mail (see addresses below). For
more information on the symposium, please visit the 2004 AAACL
Symposium website at:

http://www.chss.montclair.edu/linguistics/aaacl/index.html or e-mail
us at aaaclmail.montclair.edu

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Message 2: FIGS Conference

Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2003 23:16:15 +0000
From: ntrue <ntruemail.utexas.edu>
Subject: FIGS Conference

FIGS Conference 
Date: 27-Feb-2004 - 28-Feb-2004
Location: Austin, TX, United States of America
Contact: Elizabeth Strong
Contact Email: elizabethstrongmail.utexas.edu 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 
Subject Language: Italian, French

Subject Language Family: Romance 
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2003

Meeting Description:

Graduate student conference in French, Italian and Romance
Linguistics, and French and Italian Literature The University of Texas
at Austin French and Italian Graduate Student Organization presents
our first annual graduate student conference, the FIGS conference, to
be held 27 and 28 February 2004 in Austin, TX.

We welcome the submission of abstracts, in English or in French, on
any topic in the fields of French, Italian and Romance Linguistics,
and French and Italian literary studies. Submissions from students
currently enrolled in a graduate program will receive preference.

Please submit a 300-word abstract with your name, school affiliation
and contact information (including e-mail) on a separate page, c/o
Elizabeth Strong, to:

Department of French and Italian
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station B7600
Austin, TX 78712 USA

Submissions may also be emailed to elizabethstrongmail.utexas.edu.

Submissions must be received by November 15. Notification of
acceptance will be made by December 15, 2003. For questions, please
email Elizabeth Strong at the above address.
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